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    Building 'Fences' 

    "I love theater," says Denzel Washington. "It's where I started, and this is a great play." He's speaking of August Wilson's "Fences," which recently opened to rave reviews on Broadway.

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    Grace Gummer and the Family Business

    Yes, Grace Gummer looks a hell of a lot like her mother. That might not be such a big deal if she were an astrophysicist or a pediatrician.

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    Playing in 'Cleveland'

    The animated character of "Family Guy" and now star of his own program, "The Cleveland Show," shares much in common with Mike Henry, the man who created and voices him.

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    Making Ditsy Authentic in 'Lend Me a Tenor'

    Watching Mary Catherine Garrison play the ditsy blonde Maggie in "Lend Me a Tenor" on Broadway, it's hard to imagine that she once suffered from paralyzing stage fright.

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    You Gotta Have 'Heart'

    Cox is perhaps best known for his recent spate of movie and TV roles in such projects as "Deadwood," the second "X-Men" movie, and "Adaptation," but he has dozens of other stage and screen credits.

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    Live Wire

    Since her breakthrough role as Jonah Hill's dream girl who is even better in reality in "Superbad," Emma Stone has been charming audiences with smart, funny turns as girls wise beyond their years.

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    Days of Her 'Week'

    On the big screen, Rosemarie DeWitt garnered critical praise for portraying the title role, a beleaguered daughter, in "Rachel Getting Married."

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    He, Claudius

    For any actor overlooked and underappreciated in his or her early days, take heart. Patrick Stewart has tales for you.

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    Shira Lazar: A Back Stage Exclusive

    "I love people, and the Internet happens to have the most people," says Shira Lazar. A web early adopter, she brings old-school journalistic chops to covering the world of new media.

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    Ed Asner: From Lou Grant to 'FDR'

    "If he was not the greatest president, he was certainly the second greatest," says Ed Asner. "I am distressed by the savagery of the attacks upon him. He's not been honored sufficiently."