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    Readers Theatre

    Coffee Club Cafe

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    Los Angeles 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 Los Angeles area. Check for new listings every Thursday! (Website members only.)

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    Heroes: Super-Sized

    They're not really superheroes — they just play one on TV. But the all-too-human actors who portray these save-the-day types have pretty big costumes to fill.

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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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    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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    Of All Your Performances, Which One Are You Most Proud Of?

    Two years ago, I did a Shakespeare play, "Pericles," for a small Shakespeare company in Seattle, with a director named Sheila Daniels. I played Thaisa, which is not a huge part, but from start to finish the production was one of the most collaborative.

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    Flash in the Pan, Unkindest Cut

    "I have a question that is too tough to ask of people in a position to hire me, so I beg for your help!"

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    After School Special

    Improv Olympic Theatre

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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.