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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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    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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    It's (Ouch!) Shoe Time

    Shoes with 6-inch stiletto heels or sharp toes or flat soles without arch support may not be a big deal when worn for a short time, but what if you're cast in a role that requires them?

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    Actors Phone Home

    By using a product like LogMeIn or GoToMyPC, your home computer appears virtually on the desktop of your work computer. Then you can do anything remotely that you might do if you were really there.

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    Dyeing to Work, Vultures With Vouchers

    Because of how I look, I am constantly being called in for roles that fit the blonde stereotype. But once I actually audition, most casting directors are surprised to see that my acting does not fit my appearance.

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    Unions, Guilds & Associations - REDIRECTED

    The following organizations support the film, theatrical and television industries.

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    If It's Tuesday, This Must Be...?

    An actor friend asked me to recommend software to remind her of important dates. She felt overwhelmed trying to keep track of all the details of her life. Don't we all?

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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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    Have You Ever had to Play A Real Person?

    "I played young Charles Bukowski in a film based on one of his poems. A fan, I jumped at the opportunity."

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    Dues Discussion

    "I have a difficult time understanding how the unions are protecting the "working actor," and I am hoping you can help to clear something up for me."