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    Abby Craden & Tracy Middendorf

    The ghost of Hollywood cinema's archetypal sexpot, Marilyn Monroe, haunts two local productions still running at small L.A.-area theatres.

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    Into the Words

    It's a Sondheim summer, as American Theatre recently dubbed it, what with the six-play Sondheim Celebration at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and Into the Woods on Broadway, to name only a few.

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    Theatrical at Heart

    What on earth is it about ABBA? Is it the buoyancy of the music—its shameless, unadulterated pop-ness? The fanciful, shiny, out-there costumes? The beat? The fantastic fusion of the voices of the four members—Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, Anni-Frid Lyngstad, and Agnetha Faltskog? Some people may scoff, but anyone ...

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    Beginner's Luck

    Although Sharlto Copley has always been known among friends and colleagues for his virtuosic ability to make up characters on the spot, he never seriously considered acting as a legit career.

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    VIDEO: 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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    Joan Rivers Can't Get Off the Elevator

    Joan Rivers has been a lot of things. She's been a star of late-night TV. She's been a menace to celebrities on the red carpet. She's been whatever word you call people who appear on reality television shows.

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    VIDEO: Chris Colfer Discusses 'Glee'

    Check out our behind-the-scenes interviews with Chris Colfer of Fox TV's "Glee" as he talks about the upcoming second season of the critically acclaimed show. 

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    Just 'Another American' Dream

    Marc Wolf's multi-award-winning "Another American: Asking and Telling,"  largely emerged from his impulse to do something more political with his career.

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    At the Helm

    Back Stage spoke with an executive producer and/or showrunner from one new fall show on each broadcast network to see what actors can look forward to.

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    Amanda for All Seasons

    Judith Ivey is the deeply respected actor who has won Tonys and earned vast screen credits, but as Ivey tells it, Amanda, the iconic mother in "The Glass Menagerie," may be the role of her lifetime.