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    Cafe Millennium

    Slam poetry in Harlem

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    LETTERS

    SAG Speaks On

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    The Comeback 'Toon

    Animated shows may not be real, but they often reflect real life. And without real people to voice them, they'd be nothing but ideas floating about in the creative ether.

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    Heard 'Em Say

    Upon my arrival in the City of Angels 10 years ago, one of the first things I did was race to the legendary street known as Hollywood Boulevard.

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    Not Waitin' on the World to Change

    Taking that leap of faith to pursue acting more seriously last year was not nearly as life-changing as the decision I made a few days ago: I quit my desk job.

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    Referral Riddle, Contact Conundrum

    The director and I got along really well. I could tell he was sincere when he said, "If you ever need a referral, let me know." How do I use this offer to my advantage?

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    Not Godot, Not Anyone!

    Here I sit in an airplane waiting to leave Denver. All day I have been waiting. Waiting to leave LAX after a canceled morning flight. Waiting to leave Denver after a four-hour delay.

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    Hair Cuts

    I feel that the actions of the management of Broadway's "Hairspray" were shameful and wrong. I applaud Joel Vig for having the courage to stand up for what is right.

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    NEW YORK CITY PRODUCTION LISTINGS

    Back Stage lists major U.S. film and TV productions that are currently casting or accepting submissions. On this page you'll find productions occurring in the greater New York area.