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    Spotlight on the 63rd Annual Tony Awards

    Back Stage shines the spotlight on the 63rd Annual Tony Awards.  This week's spotlight includes a roundtable discussion with nominees and a profile of all 40 nominees.

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    Spotlight on SAG: A Tribute

    Back Stage looks back -- and forward -- at SAG, detailing many of the union's special committees, reminiscing with former presidents, and finding out how actors snagged their SAG card.

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    2003-04 College Guide to the Performing Arts: Theatre Departments, 2003-04

    The following is a list of selected theatre departments at colleges, universities, and conservatories in the United States offering degrees or certificates. Those that are members of NAST (National Association of Schools of Theatre), NASD (National Association of Schools of Dance), and U/RTA (University/Resident Theatre Association) are indicated ...

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    Spotlight on New York Acting Schools and Coaches

    It's that time again for Back Stage's comprehensive spotlight on New York acting schools and coaches. Take advantage of this great resource to hone your abilities and further develop your acting skills.

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    Spotlight on Voiceover

    Commercial voiceover is an actor's medium today. But the competition is stiffer than ever, thanks in large part to voiceover casting websites and electronic self-submissions.

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    Spotlight on Young Performers

    Back Stage surveys the world of young performers by talking to actors, directors, organizers of youth musicals, and more.

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    Summer Training

    In anticipation of summer 2010, Back Stage looks at the various ways actors can stay busy in the sizzling season.

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    BB'S KIDS Have Starred

    BB'S KIDS Have Starred in...

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    The Sundance Issue

    From a smartphone app to Jon Heder's tips for actors, Back Stage gathers insider information and success stories surrounding the Park City film festival.

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    Spotlight on Fall TV Casting

    Experts estimate that only 15 percent of the new shows will survive the season. Though it's impossible to predict what audiences will respond to, we've compiled this preview of some of the most promising shows.