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    New York Post Expands Theatre Coverage

    Tapping Donald Lyons as its new daily drama critic, is the New York Post making a bid to become a New York Times competitor in its theatre coverage? It certainly seems so. If nothing else, it's redefining its blue-collar, meat-and-potatoes image.

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    "JUST DORE"

    Mario Cocco (prod.) is seeking a D.P., A.D., art director, set dresser, production manager, prop master, gaffer, grip, makeup artist, assistant makeup artist, wardrobe person, and P.A.s for Just Dore, a digital film abour a reality show meeting fiction with a group of friends. Dir. Mandore ...

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    The Pay's the Thing Service Association Head Directs Actors In Do's & Don'ts of Temp Success

    To survive and succeed as an actor in New York City, your method must include powerful auditions, an agent you can communicate with, and playing each role to the

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    DANCE DIARY

    Eliot Feld Brings Provocation to NYC

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    CRITIC'S PICKS

    NORTHERN

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    "SELLING BREASTS"

    Ronnie Larsen (dir.) will hold auditions for Selling Breasts, a play about the breast enhancement industry. Prod. Jackie McKnight. Performances run Mar.-Apr. at the St. Genesius Theatre. There is no pay.

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    Actors' Fund Sponsors Show, Career Night

    The Actors' Fund of America will sponsor special performances of "1776." The shows are open to theatre professionals unable to attend the productions during normally scheduled

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    CHORUS CALLS

    NORTH CAROLINA

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    Union Boards Approve Resids Study

    The Eastern section of the joint board of directors of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, in a key test of the proposed new contract covering film and primetime TV actors, has voted overwhelmingly to approve the unions' participation in a two-year study ...