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    17 Shakespeare Films Worth Watching

    Though there’s nothing like seeing Shakespeare live on stage, the magic of cinema can bring new light to the Bard's classic works—and can allow us to view timeless performances over and over again. How many great Shakespearean performances have you seen at the movies? Here are 17 ...

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    9 Things to Know Before Your First EPA

    While we love the extra opportunities, EPAs can be intimidating for those just starting out. Feeling nervous about your first EPA? Here are nine things you need to know before entering that room.

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    4 Audition Opportunities That Could Change Your Life

    A medical training video series, a musical about a lightning thief, a fin-tastic Web series, and a glasses commercial belong on your radar going into the weekend.

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    The 7 Ensembles That Wowed Us Onstage This Year

    From the British royal family to a certain Revolution-era musical, these phenomenal groups of actors took the New York theater scene by storm in 2015.

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    ‘Hello Dolly’ and 3 Other Gigs on Your Radar

    Say “Hello” to these four varied casting opportunities on Backstage. Who knows? One of these gigs could be the launching pad you need to take your career to the next level!

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    How to Ignite Fire and Life Onstage

    When Scott Graham and Steven Hoggett co-founded U.K.-based physical theater company Frantic Assembly, they changed the way today’s choreographers and directors approach live storytelling.

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    11 Musicals Based on Children’s Books

    From “Jerry Springer: The Opera” to “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark,” it seems musical inspiration can be found just about anywhere. Do you know which composers and lyricists found source material in your favorite childhood stories? Here are 11 musicals based on classic children’s books.

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    8 Actor-Writers All Thespians Should Study

    Actor-writers take note: There’s a lot to be learned from the work of today’s hardest-working multi-hyphenates of the stage. Are you the next Lin-Manuel Miranda or Lisa Kron?

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    Playing On Air Is a Must-Listen for Theater Artists

    Your new favorite audio podcast series features one-acts from top playwrights such as David Ives and Lynn Nottage—performed by some of the best actors around, including Audra McDonald, Mamie Gummer, and Bobby Cannavale!

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    New in Call Sheet: Entertainment Industry Contacts & Resources

    Call Sheet features details about hundreds of casting directors, talent agents, managers, production companies, theaters, schools, and film festivals. The online version of Call Sheet is fully searchable and includes tons of exclusive listings updated daily.

    Search the online Call Sheet database to find the latest details on thousands of ...