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    Broadway Spotlight Series: Michael Winther

    Presented by Ars Nova Theater and Broadway.com, the Broadway Spotlight Series continues with the charismatic MICHAEL WINTHER on

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    Mini Red Satan

    Welcome to the dark nether world of comedy where ita?"s better to laugh alone in Hell, than laugh with the masses at a Disney movie

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    Intaxication

    Obviously, all taxpayers are looking for a refund, and all too frequently they are willing to be creative to get one. Here are some cautionary tales from years of experience.

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    Political Play: Getting Ahead as an Actor

    Should represented actors—that is, those lucky enough to have an agent and/or manager—attend EPAs? Answer: Yes.

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    Are Your Dance Classes Working for You?

    Most professional dancers today came of age during the era of the megastudio, enormous dance facilities that feature instructors teaching many different kinds of classes under one roof.

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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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    Ron DeStefano

    Ron DeStefano was going to be a chemist; he only took a job doing summer stock to say goodbye to performing before grad school. But he was passionate about being on stage.

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    Pricey Program, Hostage to Housing

    Last year I auditioned for a New York acting conservatory program that was on an audition tour. The feedback I received was that I am very talented, but because I did not have a strong enough résumé they were not going to accept me.

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    Just Breathe

    "You can't control what people are going to think of your audition, but you can control everything else."

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    Newcomer Conundrum, Curse Clarification

    I've heard a lot lately that casting directors are only looking at those with credits right now. What should I do?