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    Summer Training

    Summer isn't only about relaxation. In fact, summer is the perfect time to reflect upon your résumé and brush up on your skills or experience. Get started with Back Stage's Spotlight on Summer Training.

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    Welcome to LA Spotlight

    Thinking of moving to Los Angeles? Check out Back Stage's comprehensive spotlight to ease your transition. Find out where to live, network, and launch your Hollywood career!

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    <strong>Musical Theatre </strong>

    The following teachers and schools offer training and coaching primarily for musical theatre. Other organizations and individuals throughout this issue also offer training that applies to musical theatre; check other categories for details.Click Here

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    Spotlight on Comedy and Improv

    Hear from the masters at the Upright Citizens Brigade, get advice on making a perfect demo reel out of your stand-up, and find out how to apply comedy skills to your acting.

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    Spotlight on Fall TV Casting

    Al Bundy returns to TV with a new family. Vampires in love.  We took a look at some of the networks' most promising series and spoke with the casting directors to see what casting opportunities actors can expect.

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    Spotlight on Agents: Reality Check

    Agent H. Shep Pamplin of Agents for the Arts said he couldn't stand it when an actor calls him and asks, " 'Can I send you a picture?' I'm not the post office. I can't stop you," Pamplin quipped. The audience laughed, as Pamplin offered another common scenario ...

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    2011 Casting Standouts

    Casting is a difficult business—crucial to the quality of your project, but the best of it should go unnoticed. No one understands that better than actors.

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    Five Events For L.A. Actors

    Actors needing to fine tune their Twitter and Facebook pages can get some help next Tuesday when Social Media Week Los Angeles kicks off.

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    The New Wave on Broadway is Extreme Facial Expressions.

    Everyone knows that stage acting requires a certain amplitude or normal acting techniques due to the environment. The audience is a twenty to thirty feet away from the Stage. Actors need to speak louder, move more generously and now actors find that exaggerated facial expressions add that sorely needed missing ...

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