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    5 Classes For Kids in L.A.

    Child and teen actors can never start studying the craft too early—and these L.A.-area classes may be the place to start.

  • Advice

    Major Issues for Minors

    When it comes to entertainment, kids are no longer in the minor leagues. Today, young actors are grabbing major roles—just look at Miley Cyrus, the Jonas Brothers, or the "Harry Potter" stars.

  • News

    Children's Theater Festival Seeking Submissions

    Playwrights across the world are encouraged to submit their work to the second annual festival, be it play, musical, or puppetry

  • News

    Introducing 2,500 School Kids to Broadway

    Inside Broadway, a leading arts education not-for-profit, is partnering with the Broadway revival of “Annie” to offer two free “Creating the Magic” events to local children.

  • Advice

    The Youth Market

    "Hannah Montana." "High School Musical." The youth market is taking Hollywood by storm. There's never been a better time for aspiring kid and teen actors to break into show business.

  • News

    Volunteer Org Seeks Actors to Help Kids

    “Watching the student, seeing what they’ve written come to life, that is hands down the most memorable moment,” said YSF executive director Bill Thompson.

  • News

    A Star Is Born

    The show he's on is called "Ugly Betty" (ABC) but there's no question that Mark Indelicato's role as Betty's flamboyant young nephew has been a major contributor to the show's appeal.

  • News

    Can Sexualized Scenes Derail a Young Actor’s Career?

    Underage characters are increasingly featured on television in scenes with sexually exploitative content, which raises tough questions for performers.

  • News

    Child Actors Protection Bill Signed Into Law

    Legislation designed to protect child actors from sexual predators has been signed into law by California Gov. Jerry Brown.

  • Advice

    Transitioning from Child to Adult Actor

    Transitioning from child to adult actor is never easy, and kids need support from parents above all else.