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    "B'way on B'way" Show Expected to Draw Thousands

    "Broadway on Broadway," consistently one of New York City's most popular free public spectacles, will return again this year to Times Square on Sun., Sept. 13, from 12 noon-2 pm. According to the League of American Theatres and Producers, the event is expected to draw a crowd of over

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    Actors' Fund Offers Health Resource

    The Actors' Fund of America has launched a web site featuring the new Artists' Health Insurance Resource Center

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    (SAG/AFI) "BAR TIME"

    Donovan & Hardwick Casting is accepting submissions for Bar Time, a 16mm/35mm dark drama for AFI about a brooding and weary man with a past slowly revealed. Prod. Ximena Shyfter, dir. Ernst Gossner. Nine-day shoot starts Mar. 7. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.

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    ATA Regulations Expire

    Hollywood has entered a "period of uncertainty" because of the expiration of the Screen Actors Guild's regulations governing talent agents on Oct. 20, Association of Talent Agents executive director Karen Stuart said.

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    April Deadlines For NEA Grants

    If you're administering a not-for-profit arts organization, you've more than tax reports to file during April. The National Endowment for the Arts has four deadlines for grant applications for fiscal 1998

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    SPOTLIGHT ON SUMMER TRAINING 2000: Comedy - It's All in the

    You can't teach someone to be funny, right? So why spend the time or money trying? As many comedy coaches agree, everyone is funny-it's just a matter of knowing how to use it. As the famous story of Lunt and Fontanne relates: Lunt says, "When I ask for ...

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    AFTRA Forum, Black History Fete

    The New York Local of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) has scheduled a Members' Forum at 6 pm on March 2, in the 7th floor Board Room at 260 Madison

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    Columbia Conference

    Bill T. Jones, Margo Jefferson, Andrei Serban, Anne Bogart, and David Henry Hwang will take part in a Columbia University Theatre Conference, "Thinking and Doing: Performance and Text," at Columbia's Oscar Hammerstein II Center for Theatre Studies, May 2-4. Panels will include "Revisiting the Greeks," "Justice, Race, Performance," and ...

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    Our Nov. 2 winner: We asked readers to connect Dan

    Our Nov. 2 winner: We asked readers to connect Danny Elfman to Robert De Niro and got busted by past winner Jenny Brenton of Colorado who noted that Danny Elfman did the score for the De Niro starrer Midnight Run. Who knew? Apparently, not us. Thanks, Jenny.