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    See for Yourself

    Want to check out the great performances of another era—either to see how far we've come or measure how far we've fallen? Here's a list of revival houses, organizations, businesses, and other resources that cater to film buffs and other students of the screen art.

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    BREAKOUT TALENT Taking Charge

    It has taken Melissa Leo 20 years to stand up for herself as an actor. That doesn't mean she hasn't landed good parts or steady work. She has supported herself and her 16-year-old son as an actor for two decades, appearing as the popular character Det. Sgt. Kay ...

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    Rob Zombie

    Who he is: Best known as the lead singer of metal band White Zombie, Rob Zombie isn't content just releasing platinum-selling discs. Zombie used his status to branch out into directing music videos, animation (he collaborated with creator Mike Judge on a sequence in Beavis and Butt-head Do America ...

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    Juan Pablo Di Pace’s 5 Strategies for Memorizing Lines

    The “Dallas” actor talks about moving from the U.K. to the States, the differences between stage and screen, and the aspect of his character he doesn’t have to apologize for.

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    Laura Donnelly Debuts on B’way with Hugh Jackman

    Laura Donnelly first starred in “The River” in London, and now she’s back for Round 2 of the Jez Butterworth drama on Broadway.

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    Readers’ Choice: Ted Bardy’s 7 Elements of a Great Audition

    The Readers’ Choice winner for the NYC Audition Technique, NYC On-Camera Coach, and NYC Acting School/Coach categories talks about his seven-step approach to script analysis, his advice for moving from stage to screen, and the missed opportunity that led him to his true passion.

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    Sayles Pitch

    As John Sayles recalled during a recent stop in Los Angeles, he cast an Equity show in New York years ago, and 300 actors showed up over two days for an open call. "You're supposed to give them two minutes and take their headshots, and everyone of the actors ...

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    Stars of Yesteryear

    I spent my earliest years in little Nebraska towns that could not be classified as hotbeds of culture. Not that the people were stupid, unenlightened, or unintelligent, not that they were uneducated, but their intellectual and cultural resources were, to say the least, limited.

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    Friends and Family

    When Peter Sollett and Eva Vives, two 1998 graduates of New York University's film school, set out to make a short film they co-wrote called Five Feet High and Rising, about a boy's first kiss on a summer afternoon, they were disappointed by the young performers sent to ...

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    On the Verge

    Since her film debut in 1998 in the David Schwimmer comedy Kissing a Fool, Judy Greer has been working steadily, appearing in more than 20 movies in the past six years. Most recently she shared the screen with Jennifer Garner in the romantic fantasy 13 Going On 30, and she ...