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    Shuffling off This Mortal Coil

    Despite the popular belief, dying isn't easy--especially on stage.

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    Learning from Other Actors?

    What have you learned by looking at other actors' careers and what could other actors learn from your career?

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    Keeping the Rockettes in Line

    Linda Haberman discusses her historic role as director and choreographer of the iconic dance troupe.

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    Sex, Lies and Shakespeare

    The whole concept seemed funky: An untitled, Shakespeare-themed indie film that would use a variety of characters and stories from his different plays aimed at a young-adult audience.

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    Alex Querna

    Alex Querna was comfortable in front of the camera long before his first acting gig, having come to L.A. to work in sports television.

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    Stop Signs, Early Checkout

    I believe acting is a calling. If it's your calling, then you've simply got to do it. If you haven't yet found the person who sees your gifts and wants to cast you, that's fine. It doesn't matter. Keep learning. Keep offering your talents.

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    Brave, Beautiful New Worlds

    "I remember my first print audition like it was yesterday: I was 11 and thought I was so cool for leaving class early to go into the city." --Allison Strong

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    The 401(k) Way to a Better Day

    Everyone knows saving for retirement is important. But often in the hustle and bustle of our day-to-day responsibilities, this important task is overlooked.

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    Manchester's Master Class

    The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Melissa Manchester offers her expertise to five young performers in her YoungArts' In the Studio master class.

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    Qualities for Casting Comedies

    "I love when an actor focuses on the action and truth of the scene instead of trying to be funny." --Daniel Talbott, New York; founding artistic director, Rising Phoenix Rep