by Julio Martinez


In early 1972, Bill Bordy, a young actor from Pittsburgh, published the first Hollywood Drama-Logue Casting Sheet—a single, mimeographed, 8 1/2 x 11-inch sheet of paper with hand-typed casting notices. By June of 1977, Bordy had been joined by actor/producer/journalist Lee Melville and three more staff members, and Drama-Logue had grown into a 12-page publication that included casting notices and reviews of small local theater productions; in 1998, Drama-Logue was absorbed by Backstage West. In honor of the Drama-Logue staff, writers, and

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