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    Lithographic vs. Photographic Reproduction

    You may have seen some ads offering reproductions of your headshot for less than half of the normal rate. Read the ad carefully, and you will probably see the word "lithograph" somewhere. What's the difference? Back Stage asked Ken Taranto, of New York City's Taranto Photo Services, to

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    Black History Month Opens

    Black History Month, theatrical division, will kick off Fri., Feb. 4, at 8 pm, with The Trinity Players of Queens' "Salute to Lorraine Hansberry," and end Tues., Feb. 29, with AFTRA's Equal Employment Opportunity Committee (EEOC) program and panel discussion "Radio Now and Then: A Retrospective in Drama and

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    ACTORS WE LOVE - Alfre Woodard: Grounded

    It seems fitting that accomplished actress Alfre Woodard sees herself as an "Everywoman role model." Having garnered numerous awards and nominations for her superb characterizations, Woodard also finds time to be a wife and mother of two, as well as co-founder of the charity organization Artists for a New South ...

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    COMBINED AUDITIONS: TAKING STOCK - Preparing for the Audition

    You've heard the old saw about the three things to consider when you're buying real estate: "location, location, location." Well, we would suggest that when preparing for combined auditions you consider "selection, selection, selection." The monologues and/or songs that you choose for one of these audition marathon ...

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    CENTERSTAGE

    The Magic of

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    Currently Filming Features

    The Devil's Own with Brad Pitt and Harrison Ford, and Donnie Brasco starring Johnny Depp and Al Pacino are both set to wrap this week. But there are still plenty of features and series filming in the

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    CASTINGSTAGE

    "CAN CAN"

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    Arts and the Law - Net Profits--Ha! Ha!

    How unusual it is for "talent"--actors, screenwriters, and directors--to challenge a Hollywood studio. Except for a very few stars, most actors until recently have accepted the unfair and sometimes unconscionable terms demanded by the major Hollywood