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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 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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    <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 Colleges and Universities

    Heading to college? Back Stage asked six current undergraduate drama students from around the United States to describe their lives on campus.

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    TMLet me help you perfect your craft and

    TMLet me help you perfect your craft and get the job.

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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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    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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    2011 Film Independent Spirit Awards Voters Guide

    Back Stage takes an in depth look at all the nominees in every category of the 2011 Film Independent Spirit Awards.

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    Spotlight on the Healing Arts

    Strains, sprains, breaks, aches, and pains are all-too-familiar results of the extreme movement work required of many professional performers.  This week Back Stage shines the spotlight on the healing arts.

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    Spotlight on Video Games

    Our Spotlight on Video Games goes behind the scenes to highlight the talented actors who use voiceover and motion capture techniques to bring the most popular and recognizable video games to life.