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    4 Things That Piss Seth Rudetsky Off

    Broadway radio personality Seth Rudetsky chats with Backstage about his acting idols and biggest pet peeves in the audition room.

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    Arden Kaywin’s 1 Tip for Accessing Your Full Vocal Range

    Using her experiences as a recording artist, musical theater performer, and opera singer, Arden Kaywin helps her students access their full vocal range and break free from the physical and emotional challenges holding them back.

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    4 Reasons Actors Should Do Indie Film

    Indie film production company Footprint Features’ CEO Adam Saunders gives advice about producing your own content, chats about whether or not actors can make a living off indie film, and what’s changed about theater.

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    1 Thing Every Aspiring Sitcom Actor Must Know

    Founder of Actors Comedy Studio Gunnar Todd Rohrbacher offers tips for aspiring comedy actors, including one invaluable thing to keep in mind in the audition room.

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    The 3 Most Common Social Media Mistakes

    Actor-Entrepreneur (and Backstage Expert!) Tony Howell chats about his company, Creative Social Media; the three most common mistakes actors make on Twitter, Instagram, and the like; and how social media is changing the industry.

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    1 New Casting Company Actors Should Consider

    Anthony Pichette has been hired to start up Sidecar Casting, the on-camera division of the New York–based audio postproduction studio Sound Lounge, where he’s delivering quality talent (and even booze) to his clients.

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    1 New Place to Find Monologues

    New VP at Playscripts Brad Lohrenz chats with Backstage about what the company is known for, what sets it apart, and tools to make life a little easier for those looking to license plays.

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    1 Piece of Advice for Actors Looking to Produce Their Own Work

    Professor Andrew Shea has worked in theater, film, and television all over the country, and is now teaching production at the University of Texas at Austin.

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    1 Way to Get Closer to Your Broadway Dreams

    Backstage chats with the director of education at the Broadway Dreams Foundation about what opportunities the not-for-profit has to offer actors of all ages with dreams of standing on stage on the Great White Way.

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    3 Things to Remember When Producing Your Own Content

    Ondine Landa Abramson, president–executive producer of the newest merging of the theater community and Web, Stage17, gives advice about starting to make your own content, the perks of its new website, and its plans for the future of theater in the digital space.