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    Readers’ Choice: NYC Monologue Coach David Newer’s 3 Tips For Getting Inside Your Monologue

    The William Esper Studio monologue coach talks to Backstage about how he helps his students get in the moment of their monologues.

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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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    Officer and a Gentleman

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

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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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    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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    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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    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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    Labor Pains

    Giving birth to a character in a new show has long been one of Alice Ripley's ambitions.

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    Australian for Actor

    Without question, Cate Blanchett's physical elegance permeates her roles. Like a dancer, she seems to have complete physical and emotional control over her onscreen work, lending her characters dignity—whether they are queens or housewives. But forget her gracefulness for a second, and what soon becomes clear is the ...

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    Zoe Caldwell & Judith Ivey

    Opera and Broadway mesh this week when the Los Angeles Opera presents its first-ever summer event, A Little Night Music. It stars Zoe Caldwell as the grande dame Madame Armfeldt and Judith Ivey as her actress-daughter Desirée in one of Stephen Sondheim's best-known musicals.