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    Those Who Can

    Back Stage spoke with five actors who have incorporated teaching or coaching into their working lives.

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    VIDEO: Behind the Scenes with Erik Patterson

    In this week's edition of Behind the Scenes, Back Stage's Jenelle Riley talks to award-winning playwright Erik Patterson about his new play "Sick."

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    Jenna Ushkowitz: A Back Stage Exclusive

    "If you say, 'You've made it,' then you kind of come to a standstill ,and I don't think any actor wants to do that," says Jenna Ushkowitz of Fox's mega-hit TV show "Glee."

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    Tackling 'The Glass Menagerie'

    Perhaps best known as aging and cynical medical student Drew Suffin on the TV comedy "Scrubs," Michael Mosley says his method varies with the project, though usually he finds his character through physicality.

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    Great Scott

    From the moment he first saw "Raiders of the Lost Ark," Adam Scott knew he wanted to be an actor. "I watched Harrison Ford onscreen and said, 'That looks like fun."

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    Brent Rose Takes Control with '50 in 50'

    When Brent Rose lost his representation, he decided to take his career into his own hands. "Ultimately, I wanted to be acting in the things that I wrote," said the 30-year-old actor.

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    VIDEO: Janet McTeer

    British actress Janet McTeer talks to Back Stage about reprising her role in the play "God of Carnage" on Broadway after a successful run in London's West End.

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    Jennifer Stone: A Back Stage Exclusive

    "I still haven't gotten there, dear," says Jennifer Stone of success. This Texas native has been acting since age six, and has already accomplished more than most people twice her age.

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    From 'Sopranos' to Singing

    After many years away from the stage, Matt Servitto has had to readjust to its special demands, he says. Not that he's complaining about what he's done in the interim.

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    'Modern' Times

    Though Eric Stonestreet has been working regularly since his TV debut on a 1999 episode of "Dharma & Greg," he had never been a series regular before "Modern Family."