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    Church of Muslin and Greasepaint

    Theater did not play an enormous role in my life until high school. Prior to that, searching for self-definition like any adolescent, I first sought clarity in religion.

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    The Interview

    I swore I would never wait tables again, but here I am—applying at one of L.A.'s finest Italian restaurants. I've come to terms with the fact that I need to make money. Instead of acting.

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    Den J. Economou

    Den J. Economou spent decades working in transportation and travel in north Texas before pursuing a career in acting, his lifelong ambition.

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    The Match Game

    Veteran voice CD Barbara Harris on the art of voice matching.

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    Travel Inclination, EPA Irritation

    Youth is a valuable commodity, but your life should be your first priority, and if you have a chance to travel extensively, it's my strong opinion that you should take it.

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    L.A. Noir

    It's the time of year we call hiatus. That means the networks have picked up their new shows and I'm just sitting around, waiting for casting to kick in.

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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.