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  • Interview

    Kathryn Hahn Gets Seriously Funny

    Your favorite supporting comedic player (“Our Idiot Brother,” “Parks and Rec,” “We’re the Millers”) takes a turn for the darker opposite Steve Coogan on Showtime’s “Happyish.”

  • Interview

    #IGotCast: Selena Mars

    Selena Mars is just one of many actors cast through Backstage!

  • Interview

    ‘Fun Home’s’ Michael Cerveris on Theater That Goes Beyond Entertainment

    Tony winner Michael Cerveris (“Assassins,” “Sweeney Todd”) discusses adapting Alison Bechdel’s graphic novel “Fun Home,” for the Broadway stage, theater that goes beyond just entertainment, and his advice for career longevity.

  • Advice

    Looking for a Stage?

    If you’re developing a one-person show or cabaret act, chances are, if you’re the right fit, the historic Joe’s Pub can help expand your professional network and fulfill your creative dreams.

  • Interview

    Robert Sheehan on Knowing What You Deserve as an Actor

    Best known for his role on “Misfits,” Irish-born Robert Sheehan chats about his new film “The Road Within,” the challenges of playing a character with Tourette syndrome, and the one thing all actors must remember.

  • Interview

    Juliette Binoche Looks Back

    The Oscar-winning star, currently onscreen in “Clouds of Sils Maria,” looked back at her career during the 2014 Beirut International Film Festival and spoke about choosing her roles, working with great directors—and doing “Godzilla.”

  • Interview

    8 Questions With...Ben Miles

    The star of “Wolf Hall,” a two-part epic transferring from the West End to Broadway this month, tells Backstage readers how to handle rejection—and how not to tackle a musical audition.

  • Interview

    Fox’s ‘Weird’ New Unromantic Comedy

    From “King of Queens” co-creator Michael J. Weithorn comes “Weird Loners,” a comedy about relationship-phobic singles into which he poured himself and his life.

  • 1 New Opportunity for Serialized Content Creators (Worth $10K!)

    IFP’s Screen Forward Lab is seeking serialized content creators from Instagram to Web series and beyond to apply to their Labs program, which provides artists with mentors, a Made in NY Media Center residency, and $10,000 to create new work.

  • Interview

    Joel Kinnaman Stays Versatile

    The former star of AMC’s “The Killing” is back on screens this year as a sociopath in “Child 44,” following his turn as Liam Neeson’s son in “Run All Night”—all part of his plan to keep fans guessing.