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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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    Who's in the Running: Actors

    As awards season arrives, Back Stage takes a look at the actors who've stood out over the last year for their film performances.

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    In Good Company

    A new type of actor-driven organization is proving a successful prototype for local theatre companies. Back Stage looked at four Los Angeles groups that have earned respect and praise for their contributions to the local scene.

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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 LA Acting Schools and Coaches

    Backstage talks to actors about the process of narrowing the field and what advice they would give to others.

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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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    Spotlight on... New Media

    From optimizing your social media skills to creating webisodes and uploading them correctly, Back Stage takes a look at new media tools for actors.

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    Spotlight on Young Performers

    For young performers, show business is changing. Parents have to pay attention to ever-changing rules as well as be vigilant in protecting their children from the stress of auditioning.

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    Spotlight on Comedy and Improv

    From improvising at auditions to the ten comedians to keep your eye on, Back Stage explores how to make it in the comedy and improv business while remaining in good humor.