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    Coriolanus

    Knightsbridge Theatre

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    The Newsweek Debate

    As an out professional actor and chair of the Screen Actors Guild National LGBT Actors Committee, I am offended by Setoodeh's attack.

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    Watch and Learn

    If you ask most people if they know who John Cazale is, chances are they'll scratch their heads. But show them a picture from the "Godfather" saga, and they'll likely reply, "Oh, you mean Fredo."

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    Stop Signs, Early Checkout

    I believe acting is a calling. If it's your calling, then you've simply got to do it. If you haven't yet found the person who sees your gifts and wants to cast you, that's fine. It doesn't matter. Keep learning. Keep offering your talents.

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    'Brighton Beach' Bombs

    Broadway is still reeling from the abrupt closing Sunday of the revival of "Brighton Beach Memoirs" after only nine performances.

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    Everything Matters

    Speaking with Back Stage, Olympia Dukakis and Marco Barricelli touched on many subjects related to the craft of acting.

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    Dariean Henderson

    Having faith is important for all aspiring actors. But Dariean Henderson's faith factored in a little more when the actor responded last year to a notice for a nonunion feature called "True Riches."

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    Congress Can Procrastinate, But You Shouldn't

    Despite what most people think, the Internal Revenue Service does not make the rules that it enforces.

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    16 Routines

    A Rhapsodic Comedy which takes place in a home for distressed actors. A Padua Playwrights Production, written by Murray Mednick.

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    Flight

    Open Fist Theatre