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  • Advice

    The Ins and Outs of Stage Managing

    Michael J. Passaro (“Phantom of the Opera”) talks about how he skated into stage management, what key qualities are necessary, and the group of people who keep him honest.

  • Advice

    Actors Anonymous Step 10: Establishing Boundaries

    Working Actor Kelli Barrett knows that it’s difficult to pass up work, but sometimes you need to have the strength to choose a life for yourself that is more happy than busy.

  • News

    1 Place Where Broadway Meets Social Media

    The Broadway League is quenching your theater thirst with a new platform that curates social media posts, articles, and videos relating to all things Great White Way!

  • News

    7 Upcoming Acting Opportunities

    Looking for a last-minute Halloween gig? Or maybe you’re looking for something that will get you out of New York’s increasingly chilly temperatures? We’ve got seven projects now casting all over the country. Check it out!

  • Advice

    Atlantic Theater Company Kicks Off Its 30th Anniversary Season

    Managing director Jeffory Lawson walks us through the planning of an Off-Broadway theater season, and the many ways early-career thespians can get involved with Atlantic!

  • News

    Going Green on the Great White Way

    With shows like “Wicked,” “The Lion King,” and others dominating box offices with eight shows a week, it’s important productions remain environmentally conscious. Broadway Green Alliance, in partnership with Wearable Collections, is ensuring it happens Oct. 21.

  • News

    8 Upcoming Auditions That Could Be Right for You!

    Halloween extravaganzas, theatrical productions, indie films, and television series are all seeking actors to fill roles all over the country. Check out these eight and see which you’d like to submit to!

  • Advice

    4 Qualities Acting Coach Seth Barrish Instills in Students

    The NYC based coach, director, and co-founder of the Barrow Group speaks on the school’s curriculum, what actors should let go of, and what he has to offer his students.

  • Interview

    7 Questions With...Tovah Feldshuh

    Broadway legend Tovah Feldshuh (“Pippin,” “Golda’s Balcony”) talks to Backstage about her role on “The Walking Dead,” what she wishes she’d known before she started acting, and her brush with death minutes after the worst audition ever.

  • News

    B’way League Announces Education Grant Recipients

    The Broadway League has announced the 10 recipients for their 20th annual National Education and Engagement Grants, which help support programs geared toward experiencing Broadway as an education tool.