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    Eric Pagán...Got the Part

    Despite a shaky audition, the actor used his AMDA training to land a role in a musical based on an L. Frank Baum story.

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    It Ain't Over 'Til...

    Yes, the income tax filing season is over—for those of us who are in the income tax preparation line of work and for you, too. Or is it? You have put together all those slips of paper reflecting wages or independent-contractor income or interest income or dividend income, and ...

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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.

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    Meet Your New Friends

    "While in college, I was the French-speaking, backpack-toting, soccer-playing, frat brother–partying, pre-med thespian desperately searching for his sanity."

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    Robert Sciglimpaglia

    When Robert Sciglimpaglia walked into the courtroom at New York's John Jay College of Criminal Justice to film a mock death-penalty trial for a set of research videos, he felt right at home.

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    Grieving for Natasha

    I have been very upset over Natasha Richardson's death. It's like someone in my family died, but I didn't even know her. Is there anything wrong with me?

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    Fighting Fear

    I've had some success as an actor, but I wonder if this is the time to think about doing something else with my life. I keep worrying about this all the time, to the point where I can't sleep. What can I do?

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    Casting Aspersions

    In his interview with Bonnie Gillespie (Back Stage West, 3/21/02), Casting Society of America president Gary Zuckerbrod made several assertions that demand response.

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    NEW YORK CITY PRODUCTION LISTINGS

    Back Stage lists major U.S. film and TV productions that are currently casting or accepting submissions. On this page you'll find productions occurring in the greater New York area.

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    Looking at Strike's Two Sides

    Back Stage welcomes letters on performing arts issues. Each letter must include the writer's address and phone number, is subject to editing, and must be limited to 250 words.