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    Jonathan Brown

    One expects to drive a lot in L.A., but Echo Park-based actor Jonathan Brown puts a bit more wear on the radials than most.

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    Liz Quin

    When Liz Quin saw the notice for "College Bound," part of GreatSchools.net's online video series designed to help parents enable and support their children in school, she was interested right away.

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    They're Gonna Rock It Tonight

    "Only people who have done the original show or are strict followers of Jerome Robbins will notice any of the changes I've made," says Joey McKneely.

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    How Do You Collaborate With Actors?

    I  like to think of a play as a blueprint for a house. All of the people involved in the production help build the house. In the context of a new play, the actors are the heavy lifters—they are the ones laying the foundation, brick by brick, of the ...

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    Voiceover Actors in Toon with Nick

    Believe it or not, it's been 27 years since Nickelodeon made broadcast history when it debuted as the first-ever network completely dedicated to kids.

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    For Me! For Me?

    I wanted to ask for your advice on researching and joining theater companies. I feel silly asking this question, because it feels like I should know the answer, being from New York.

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    But Seriously…

    Show business should be the place where actors can show off all their colors, but in reality it's more often about showing the same color over and over again.

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    The New Testament--Story of Paul the Apostle

    In it's third successful run, "The New Testament" is a modern day version of the life of Paul aka Saul of Tarsuras, from the bible (Acts 12-Phielmon).

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    Rethink Your Resolutions

    Let's face it: No one really keeps their New Year's resolutions. I know I haven't. Admitting so allowed me to finally start accomplishing my goals. You can do it too. Here's how.

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    The Baby and the Bathwater: Stanislavsky Teaching Today

    Rumor says Lee Strasberg drove his students and those at the Actors Studio to breakdowns because of his obsessive insistence on emotion memory as the most effective trigger.