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    Her Story

    Juliette Binoche laughs when she answers questions. Her laughter isn't nervous, nor is it patronizing or demeaning. It's a sign of awareness, of her connection with the mysteries of her craft.

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    Tom Shillue: 'Supernormal' Storyteller

    Stand-up comedian and master storyteller Tom Shillue won an ECNY Award for "Best One Person Show" for "Supernormal," "an evening of stories so normal, they're radical."

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    Catching His 'Star'

    Christian Borle is enjoying a star turn in the Off-Broadway hit "Peter and the Starcatcher," based on Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson's novel, a prequel to "Peter Pan."

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    David Wain Directs Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston in 'Wanderlust'

    The writer-producer-actor is going multi-platforms with shows on Cartoon Network, My Damn Channel, and on the big screen.

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    Known Quantities

    Just how important is it for actors to know and trust their directors when tackling particularly challenging roles? "Collaborating with people you've collaborated with before is where you want to be ideally. It's terribly important if you are embarking on some of the more ambitious projects," said Deborah ...

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    'Like Crazy' Stars Felicity Jones and Anton Yelchin Discuss the Film (Video)

    Actors Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones spoke to an audience of Back Stage readers following a screening of their film "Like Crazy" on Nov. 1.

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    Officer and a Gentleman

    Though you might not recognize him, Robert Ben Garant seems to be everywhere this summer.

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    From 'Hell'

    To his detractors, Tucker Max is nothing more than a hatemonger. To his fans, Max is a hero, a guy who says what they all wish they could and who lives a whirlwind life of willful debauchery.

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    Moises Kaufman Finds Metaphor in Simon Gray's 'The Common Pursuit'

    Helming Roundabout Theatre production, experimental artist Moises Kaufman moves outside his comfort zone in tackling realistic play.

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    Making Her Mark

    Beth Henley was depressed. The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright had reached that point in her life we all eventually come to, where we try to figure out the meaning of life and what the hell we're doing on this planet, anyway. Henley and a friend had been having dinner at ...