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    Hitting Those High Notes

    It is no secret that one of the most difficult aspects of singing is hitting the high notes. Good or bad, these notes will usually bring the singer the most attention.

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    2012 Regional Combined Auditions

    Here's a list of the upcoming combined regional auditions for 2012.  Make the most of your opportunities by first reviewing this information.

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    Social Media for Actors: Foursquare

    How is this specifically helpful for actors? Well, on the most surface level, it can make networking easier.

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    Trying to Quit Acting: The Movie

    The universe seems to want me to be an actress. Yet it continually puts lots of obstacles in my way, and causes me to doubt my career choice. Does the universe have a sense of humor, or malice?

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    Ree Merrill...Got the Part

    Merrill attributes being able to deliver a convincing performance at the cold read to her years of advanced Meisner training.

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    It's Resolution Time

    As the year crawls to an end, I want you to take some time off from your acting career. Try to enjoy the holidays. The industry and all its frustrations will be here when you're done.

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    Haven't Got a Prayer

    I am moving to New York City from Oman to start an acting career. I am a devout Muslim, and I was wondering what forums and opportunities there are for Muslims in the New York theater.

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    Cathy Rigby Talks About Playing Peter Pan at 59

    On Dec. 12, former Olympic gymnast Cathy Rigby turned 59. Two days later, she began a two-week run at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York, where she is performing the title role in "Peter Pan."

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    Plan for Your Taxes Now

    If you just put a little thought into preparing for tax season now, you may be able to take steps that will put some extra money in your pocket next year.

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    Why Did You Become a Manager?

    "My very first word was "Hi!" There and then I knew that what I wanted more than anything else in the whole world was to entertain." - Betty McCormick, Midwest Talent Management, Los Angeles and Ohio