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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.

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    Totally 'Normal'

    Performing opposite each other is nothing new for real-life married couple Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley.

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    Setting Sail

    Philip Seymour Hoffman has learned from some of the best, so it's no surprise that with his film directorial debut, "Jack Goes Boating," he proves himself a natural behind the camera as well.

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    Starting 'Stop'

    Back Stage caught up with Jill Bennett and Cathy DeBuono from the Web series "We Have to Stop Now" to discuss creating content when all else fails, and advice for out actors and couples who work together.

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    Still 'Lovely'

    Veteran actor Ellen Burstyn believes that young actors are misguided in thinking an agent is a panacea. "They feel the most important thing is to get an agent," she says. "It's not."

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    The 'A' List

    Patricia Clarkson and Stanley Tucci share more in common than critical accolades and impressive resumes. (Check out our exclusive photo gallery with these terrific actors!)

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    Deep in the Heart

    On May 15, Emmy Award–winning actor Holland Taylor ("Two and a Half Men") stepped onto the stage of the Galveston Opera House in what may turn out to be a career-defining role: former governor of Texas Ann Richards.

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    First Steps

    Geoffrey Soffer, a former ABC casting exec and the CD for 'Ugly Betty,' offers his advice on launching your career.

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    Page to Screen

    Back Stage caught up with journalist and author Lawrence Wright to talk about the documentary based on Wright's one-man show, "My Trip to Al-Qaeda," as well as his unexpected transformation from writer to actor. 

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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.