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    Inside Outdoor Drama

    Jordan Reeves had never heard of Fort Harrod Drama and its yearly outdoor production, "Daniel Boone: The Man and the Legend." But his audition impressed the show's producers.

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    More Than a 'Coach'

    Craig T. Nelson, perhaps still most identified with the comically oafish and bumbling title character on "Coach" (1989–97), insists his lifelong career on television has in no way curtailed other options.

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    From Bollywood to Hollywood

    "Everybody wants to make it globally, which means making it in the U.S.," asserts Anil Kapoor, best known as the supercilious quiz-show host in "Slumdog Millionaire."

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    Michael Urie: Onstage and Offscreen

    When the series finale of ABC's "Ugly Betty" airs April 14, devoted viewers of the dramedy will see Michael Urie as the flamboyant Marc St. James for the last time.

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    The Devil's Own

    Mark Pellegrino seems to specialize in shadowy characters with murky motivations. Many viewers likely recognize him as Paul, the abusive ex-husband of Rita (Julie Benz), on Showtime's "Dexter."

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    Clear and 'Present'

    Have no doubt: The Tony- and Emmy-nominated Garber is thrilled to be back on a Broadway stage and adores inhabiting Garry Essendine, the self-indulgent, self-absorbed, womanizing matinee idol.

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    Alexandra Daddario: A Back Stage Exclusive

    "I've gotten to the point where I've gotten comfortable with my awkwardness," says Alexandra Daddario, although there are no signs of any uneasiness that we can detect.

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    Behind the Scenes with Henry Dittman

    In this week's edition of Behind the Scenes, Back Stage's film editor Jenelle Riley discusses upcoming movies with actor, host and writer Henry Dittman.

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    The Real Deal

    Though he shares a name with his character on Showtime's hit "Weeds," actor Guillermo Diaz is nothing like a shady, menacing drug dealer.

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    Brave New World

    Writer-director James Cameron is keenly aware that many actors are concerned about this new technology and what it means for the future of their careers.