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    How to Act the Ethnic Other

    Actors often play ethnicities that are not their own -- even ethnicities perceived as in conflict with their own. Here's how to approach such a role.

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    Eliot Feld's Ballet Tech in Repertory

    Since 1967, Eliot Feld has created 107 ballets. His latest, "Organon," was conceived for New York City Ballet during that company's winter season. While there were no premieres scheduled for his own company, Ballet Tech, in their five-week season at the Joyce Theater (March 20-April 22), there certainly was ...

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    Secret Agent Man: The History Boys (and Girls)

    It seems to me that a lot of you spend way too much time worrying about the business of acting when you should be focusing more on becoming better actors.

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    Kesselring Noms Named

    Fourteen regional theatres have nominated dramatists for the 21st annual Joseph Kesselring Prize in playwriting, to be awarded later this year by the National Arts Club.

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    Free Actors' Fund Seminars

    The Actors' Work Program (AWP), of the Actors' Fund of America, regularly offers free programs and services, including career counseling, special seminars, job training, and financial support for those returning to school. With offices in New York and Los Angeles, AWP services entertainment industry union members nationwide.

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    Actor's Taxes

    Many performers want to believe in tax magic. They want to be able to write off everything they do in their careers and get every dime back that was "stolen" from them in withholding or in prepaid estimated taxes throughout the year. Well, it ain't gonna happen, because that ...

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    Stella Adler Conservatory, Los

    Stella Adler Conservatory, Los Angeles

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    Attic Theatre Co-Founder Dies

    Denise Wiesenmeyer, co-founder of Los Angeles' Attic Theatre Ensemble, died Feb. 13 at her home in Chatham, Ill. She was 53. Cause of death was not immediately known.

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    TV Times Are A Changing, Net Chiefs Concur

    The news of NBC's plans for layoffs across its TV units and significant strategy shifts in its programming and production operations was the talk of the annual Hollywood Radio & Television Society luncheon.

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    'Hannah Montana' Fans Wig Out Halloween

    Thirteen-year-old actress Miley Cyrus knew her kids TV show "Hannah Montana" had hit the big time when she went shopping at the mall with her mother and got mobbed by fans.