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    8 Auditions to Round Out Your Summer

    The summer is winding down, but your auditions are just getting started! Check out these eight upcoming auditions to be aware of, including Disney cruises, Baz Luhrmann’s new Netflix series “The Get Down,” and more.

  • Advice

    Your ‘Devil Wears Prada’-Meets-Broadway Beach Read

    Dress Circle Publishing, a book publishing company from producers Roberta Pereira and Brisa Trinchero, is dedicated to lifting the curtain on Broadway. Check out “Starstruck,” the final novel in Ruby Preston’s Broadway Trilogy!

  • Interview

    6 Questions With…Misty Copeland

    The history-making African-American principal dancer of the American Ballet Theatre chats about her Broadway debut in “On the Town,” her dance crushes, and which of her performances have left a lasting mark on her.

  • Advice

    6 Things You Didn’t Know About Being a Broadway Understudy

    Currently on Broadway in “Amazing Grace,” working actor and life coach Bret Shuford shares six things you probably didn’t know about being an understudy!

  • News

    7 Chances to Get Hired!

    Here are seven opportunities—from short films and Broadway dance, to TV and Web series—to showcase your audition skills all across the country. Check them out and see if any are right for you!

  • News

    NBC’s ‘The Wiz’ Has Found Its Dorothy

    NBC has announced their casting of unknown Shanice Williams as Dorothy in the upcoming live rendition of “The Wiz.” The decision was announced Wednesday morning on “Today.”

  • News

    6 Chances to Get Cast

    Here are six chances to practice what you learned in that acting workshop all over the country!

  • News

    Lifetime TV Brings Broadway to the Small Screen

    Tune into Season 2 of “Broadway Balances America,” which takes viewers behind the scenes of several touring Broadway shows including “Kinky Boots,” “Cabaret,” and “If/Then.”

  • Advice

    6 Qualities to Look for in an Agent

    Founder of Abrams Artists Agency Harry Abrams chats about how he got started in the biz, what his agents look for in potential clients, and, conversely, what actors should look for in potential agents.

  • Interview

    Why This Year’s B’way Season Was a Twirling Success for Dancers

    Backstage chats with Patricia Watts, the executive producer for the annual Fred and Adele Astaire Awards, designed to recognize outstanding dance performances on Broadway, about why this season was so special and the Awards’ future plans.