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    Stacey Oristano: A Back Stage Exclusive

    The daughter of a stage actor, Stacey Oristano of "Friday Night Lights" remains devoted to theater work and confesses that she still sings along to "Les Miserables" in her car at full volume.

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    Erica Cerra: A Back Stage Exclusive

    "I've always been a person who thinks it's really important to better themselves," says Erica Cerra, not that she needed much improvement.

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    Miles of 'Isles'

    Sasha Alexander knows something about episodic TV, having appeared on "NCIS," "Dawson's Creek," and "Presidio Med."

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    Family Values

    Director Lisa Cholodenko and screenwriter Stuart Blumberg's "The Kids Are All Right" is about to hit the mainstream and awards season in a big way.

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    Eye of the Storm

    How actors—including Dev Patel—handled their newfound success and planned for the future.

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    Funny Girl

    Jordana Spiro, who plays the likable, looking-for-love P.J. Franklin on the TBS television series “My Boys,” never thought of herself as a comedic actor.

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    Mariana Klaveno: A Back Stage Exclusive

    "Vampires are funny and intelligent and passionate," says Mariana Klaveno, and the same can be said about her.

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    'Welcome' Wagon

    There's no question Melissa Leo is a busy woman. In addition to appearing on the HBO series “Treme,” the Oscar nominee for “Frozen River” has no fewer than four films set for release in 2010.

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    Military Staging

    Director, writer, and classical scholar Bryan Doerries' New York–based company, Theater of War, was tapped by the Pentagon last November to receive $3.7 million in order to visit 50 military sites nationwide.

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    Sucking Up

    "True Blood's" Mariana Klaveno talks about the freedom of embodying a supernatural being, avoiding the urge to Google herself, and why she held onto her restaurant job through the second season