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    Acting Rock Songs

    Sheri Sanders has figured something out about the relationship of rock musicals to rock music that she claims few others guiding rock-musical aspirants these days have wised up to.

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    Manager and Agent Working Together?

    "When building a team, an actor hires agents—legit, commercial, voiceover—and a manager who can work together, complement each other, and provide opportunities to achieve success."

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    Clayton Farris

    When Clayton Farris got the part of Paul in “Kiss Me Kate” at the Glendale Centre Theatre, he knew a dream of his would be realized: He'd get to sing and dance to the iconic “Too Darn Hot.”

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    Opinions Destroy Actors

    Everyone has got a f--king opinion. And I'm not talking about sexual orientation preference, fav fetish, or predilection of position. But everyone does have a position. On something.

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    Pilot Season: Landing an Audition

    Yes it's that time of year when the entertainment industry is tossed into a tail spin as hundreds of pilots are sought and fought for.

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    Sacred Time, Sacred Space

    I have reached my 83rd year of life on this planet and am happy to say that I have lived to see my hope and ideal come to fruition. Success!

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    Classes Query, Need for Nerves

    I realized that when I'm super-nervous, I do much better. But once I realized that, I stopped getting nervous and therefore lost all the nervous energy.

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    When Women Age

    How do older women relate to the ages of their characters? And what do they know now about the craft of acting that they didn't know when they were younger?

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    Do the Clothes Make the Actor?

    While the advice "Dress to suggest" applies to theatrical auditions, it seems that you should "Go for it" when wardrobing for commercial auditions.

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    You've Got to Have Friends

    "While evaluating my December numbers, I noticed that I put together a solid month of activity during the hiatus of "30 Rock." " -- Richard Rella Jr.