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    'This Is Tyler'

    Like most actors who have spent years auditioning regularly, I never dwell on an audition, whether I'm happy with how I did or not. But this is the first time I have seen myself on TV with my family present.

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    Ydaiber Orozco (Slideshow)

    Backstage member Ydaiber Orozco did her acting training at the William Esper Studio in New York and made her Off-Broadway debut as the lead in "A Hole in His Heart."

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    Space Case, Thai Ties

    Is it considered unethical for an actor to use a gimmick or shtick to leapfrog over other struggling actors and get ahead in the business?

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    Change for a Dollar, This Week Only

    Last year I got Abrams to be my agent. I've booked with them, but over the last five months I've had no calls. I am frustrated but don't want to burn a bridge.

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    London, and the World, Calling

    What are the odds that a California boy will grow up to play Charles Dickens characters at the London Palladium? It wasn't something I planned.

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    Remembering a Star and a Character Actor

    Last week, screen legend Elizabeth Taylor died Wednesday, March 23, at 79; character actor Helen Stenborg died just a few hours earlier at age 86.

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    Astaire Award Nominees Talk About Dancing on Broadway

    The 2011 Astaire Award Nominees spoke to Back Stage about their dance training and how to make it as a performer in New York.

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    Rep Meeting, Round One

    Yes, I received an audition simply because of Twitter. So, as an actor, if you're not on there, what are you waiting for?

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    Room

    Seattle, Washington

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    Rattlesnakes

    Feed The Herd Theatre Co. extends the Americanized world premiere of British playwright Graham Farrow's RATTLESNAKES.