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    Movie Remakes of the Classics We Love

    Universal Pictures was famous for those monster movies produced during the 30s and '40s. Now, several of those horror classics are getting remade once again for the big screen.

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    'Spider' Cents

    At an estimated cost of $65 million, "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" is the most expensive musical in Broadway history. We thought it might be interesting to figure out what that kind of money could buy for Back Stage readers.

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    Simple Resolutions

    This year I'd like to take a stab at some less overarching but altogether worthwhile objectives. Use these resolutions to get started on some practical goals of your own.

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    Congress Can Procrastinate, But You Shouldn't

    Despite what most people think, the Internal Revenue Service does not make the rules that it enforces.

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    Hypocrisy

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    Avoiding Ninevah

    This play is about a man who runs away from God and God's plans for him. This man learns some lessons on his journey and eventually finds his way back home.

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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.

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    Latest News from the Film Front

    An October production start date has been planned forNothing but the Truth, a film that mirrors the case of outed CIA agent Valerie Plame. The drama focuses on a female reporter who reveals a CIA agent and goes to jail for refusing to give up her source.

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    Combining the Art and Biz of Acting

    The art and the business of acting are often at odds; in order to get work, or even agent representation, one must learn to "sell oneself"—that is, represent oneself as a business.