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    Acting Schools and Classes

    This, the biggest and most broadly defined listing of all, includes all kinds of class types, sizes, and approaches, from Stanislavski nuts-and-bolts to cold reading and audition prep. What unites them is that while many offer specialized classes, all offer some class or other that could simply go under the ...

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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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    Who's in the Running: Actresses

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

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    Spotlight on Comedy and Improv

    Charlyne Yi talks with us about her her new role in "Paper Heart" and top comedians talk about transitioning from comedy to drama. Also read about the hot, new comics who are on their way to the top.

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    <strong>Young Performers </strong>

    The following institutions and individuals train young people exclusively, or nearly so, but many schools and coaches in all fields, listed elsewhere in this issue, also offer programs for young people. Check other categories for details.Click Here

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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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    BB'S KIDS Have Starred

    BB'S KIDS Have Starred in...

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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

    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.