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    NYTW Hosts Community Day

    New York Theatre Workshop (NYTW) will be hosting their annual Community Day on Sat., July 21. The free event is open to the public and will feature performances, discussions, and a sneak peek of works in progress.

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    Public gets say in Hollywood fest

    Via deals with the Hollywood Video retail chain and Entertainment Tonight's ETOnline.com, the Hollywood Film Festival for the first time will allow the public to vote on the winners

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    SAG's Cooke Says No More Disney Stock

    John F. Cooke, the Screen Actors Guild's new chief executive officer/national executive director, has stated he no longer owns any stock in his old boss, the Walt Disney Co., a major producer and signatory to SAG contracts.

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    Actors, AMPTP Close to Pact

    The actors and producers continued to negotiate their lucrative feature-film and TV contract at press time Monday. Signs indicated the two sides were near an agreement.

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    'Theatre Week 2001' Events Range from Private to Public

    Mayor Rudolph Giuliani will officially launch Theatre Week 2001 at an invitation-only party at Gracie Mansion Tues., May 29. The invited guests include all Tony Award nominees for the year, who will first gather at Radio City Music Hall for the customary "class photo," and then board chartered buses for ...

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    The Great Debate--Resolved:

    The American Musical Has Entered a New Golden Age

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    2000 TCG Report Shows NFP Theatres in Rude Health

    For the second year in a row, a study by Theatre Communications Group (TCG) estimates that not-for-profit theatre companies pumped almost $2 million per day into the American economy.

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    Eli's Comin'

    The opening and closing numbers are the highlights of "Eli's Comin'," the new musical entertainment based on the work of 1960s songwriter-singer Laura Nyro at the Vineyard.