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    'Come and Gone' and Come Again

    "Acting is in your soul," asserts LaTanya Richardson Jackson, who is returning to the New York stage after a 20-year absence to make her Broadway debut in 'Joe Turner's Come and Gone'.

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    Going Rogue With Werner Herzog

    Werner Herzog is the kind of daring director who shoots his documentaries like narrative films and his narrative films like documentaries.

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    'Station' Agent

    Michael Hoffman began his career as an actor, spending time at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and studying at Oxford, before "stumbling" into filmmaking.

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    'Happy' Days

    Tony Hale is probably best known for his work on "Arrested Development" as Buster Bluth, an overcoddled man-child with a penchant for giving horribly awkward shoulder massages.

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    Dawn Olivieri: A Back Stage Exclusive

    "I think being ostracized a lot, being the outcast and odd kid, you learn to be by yourself and cultivate yourself," says Dawn Olivieri. And cultivate she has.

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    A Whole New Look, Charlize Theron

    In Hollywood it's ironic that beautiful actors who become homely or repulsive for a role get more notice for doing so than they do for the performance.

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    ‘Smash’ Star Brian d’Arcy James on the Move from Stage to Screen

    A Broadway veteran, Brian d’Arcy James has played characters ranging from a lonely, 1950s press agent to an angry green ogre.

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    Young at Heart

    Even before his breakthrough role in Alexander Payne's "Sideways," the industry had caught on to Paul Giamatti.

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    Behind the Scenes with Yuri Lowenthal

    In this week's edition of Behind the Scenes, Back Stage's film editor Jenelle Riley interviews actor, filmmaker and horror expert Yuri Lowenthal.

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    Proud as a Peacock

    In describing how her lengthy and distinguished career began, veteran actor-singer Mimi Hines giggles with a childlike sense of mischief. "When I was 2 years old, I used to sing songs like 'Chattanooga Choo Choo,'" she begins. And I especially loved 'Rosalie,' a Nelson Eddy song." She stops to sing ...