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    How Old Is Too Old?

    Playwright-actor Vanessa Claire Stewart discusses “making it” by a certain age.

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    Adios, Amigo

    Every agency I know evaluates its list at least twice a year to see who can stay and who should go. These aren't fun meetings, but they're absolutely necessary.

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    Aisling Quinn

    In April, Aisling Quinn saw a casting notice in Back Stage for a staged reading of "The Day the Music Died," a musical based on Don McLean's song "American Pie."

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    Scar Scare, Card Concern, Director Distress

    I don't go to many auditions is because I had an accident when I was little. I'm self-conscious about these scars, and I'm really scared I'll be rejected for jobs because of them.

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    Networking in Los Angeles

    Theater companies such as Sacred Fools and Theatre of Note, as well as performances and classes, afford opportunities to meet other actors.

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    New York-Based Television Programs

    Here is a list of television shows that are currently based in the New York City area.

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    Learn How to Nail Your College Dance Audition!

    Dancewave, a nonprofit dedicated to developing strategies for learning and connecting dance in Brooklyn, will be hosting Dance Through College and Beyond 2015 on Oct. 18.

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    Creating Spectacle on a Cruise Ship

    Danny Teeson has directed and choreographed for Princess Cruises for eight years. He talks about why he loves the freedom his job gives him.

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    A Q&A with Manager Linda Rohe

    Linda Rohe, owner of Coastal Entertainment Productions, answers questions about the actor-manager relationship.

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    Forever 21, Kissing Comfort

    Working actor columnist Jackie Apodaca fields questions about figuring out which ages actors can play and love scenes.