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    New American Plays at 21st Humana Festival

    The Humana Festival of New American Plays, now in its 21st year at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (ATL), will offer six new, full-length works for the stage by up-and-coming playwrights in a rotating schedule of performances from March 4 through April

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    "THE COMPLEX"

    Katherine Brooks and Jennifer Lane (prod.) are accepting submissions for The Complex, a lesbian version pilot of "Queer As Folks". Five-day shoot starts Feb. 15. There is pay.

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    Newman Encourages CEOs to Dig Deep

    Film star and philanthropist Paul Newman along with a group of America's top business executives, is urging corporations to almost double their annual charitable

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    "6 FEET UNDER"

    Frank Nunez (dir.) will hold auditions for 6 Feet Under, a 16mm inner-city drama for Cal State Northridge about the consequence of a wrong choice. Prod. Carlos Reza, Alicia Flores. Two-weekend shoot starts Mar. 2 in L.A. and San Diego. Copy, credit, meals, travel, and lodging provided. There is ...

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    Arts-Ed Board in First Meeting

    The advisory board for the new $36 million arts-in-education partnership initiative with New York City schools has begun to form, and its leaders have prepared a new timeline for arts groups to submit

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    Festival for Deaf Artists

    Over 30 deaf and hard-of-hearing performers will gather for the second annual Festival of Deaf Performing Artists of Color on Sat., May 17, at The Lighthouse, 111 E. 59th St. from noon to 5

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    City Investigates 47 New York City Ticket Brokers

    Just weeks after Governor George E. Pataki signed legislation regulating how much ticket brokers may charge for their services, the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs has initiated an investigation of all 47 of the brokers which it

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    Broadway Group Due to Reveal Recovery Plan

    The Broadway Initiatives Working Group's plan on how best to revive the Broadway industry, now nearly one year in the making, may soon see the light of