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    Talent x Technique = Self-Assurance and Success

    Talent isn't all that's needed to build an acting career. Supplement your talent with the study of a specific technique and you'll become a stronger, more confident, more successful actor for it.

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    New Year, New Start

    If you're taking the time to read this column this early in the year, then congratulations on your wisdom in wanting to be prepared.

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    Cafe Millennium

    Slam poetry in Harlem

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    Not Waitin' on the World to Change

    Taking that leap of faith to pursue acting more seriously last year was not nearly as life-changing as the decision I made a few days ago: I quit my desk job.

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    LETTERS

    Closet Land

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    Letter From the Editor

    It's that time of year when we get to pull our sweaters out of storage, leaves start to change colors—or at least fall off a few trees in L.A.—new TV series debut, and television production is back in action.

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    Making a Success of It

    The year is halfway over, and though I have added more experience to my acting résumé, I think the number of rejections we all face is a constant reminder of how stiff competition is in this industry.

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    Graceland

    A one-act play by Ellen Byron

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    Sugarbaby

    The Red Room

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    In Defense of 'Workshops'

    "Can you honestly tell me there's any other way other than workshops to get in front of major casting directors or casting associates for one-on-one face time, guaranteed?"