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    The Lovely 'Drones'

    Recently, the real-life couple of Amber Benson and Adam Busch teamed up to co-helm "Drones," a screwball sci-fi comedy set in a seemingly mundane cubicle farm.

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    Forget the Unions, Make a Film

    I want to share ideas about movies in an economy that has failed us all. The unions may find my ideas controversial; but with a weak economy, something has to give.

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    2009-10 College and University Programs in Theater and Dance

    The following is a list of accredited, degree-granting acting and dance programs at colleges and universities in the United States and the United Kingdom.

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    Fall Network TV Preview: NBC, The CW

    NBC will enhance its current roster of programs with shows that lean heavily toward the dramatic; The CW kicks off its second season with three new dramas, two new comedies and four reality series.

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    Add Layers to Copy, Not Wardrobe

    Your clothes don't audition, you do. But what you wear can help auditors better visualize you in the role.  So, help the auditors along. Dress the part so they can visualize you in the role.

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    Jeanette Steiner... Got the Part!

    With the help of Back Stage, the creators of the indie action thriller "Delivered" were able to locate their femme fatale in L.A.-based actor Jeanette Steiner.

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    What's on My Desk?

    Secret Agent Man reveals eight essential items on his desktop that are integral to his day-to-day operation or that play an important role in his identity.

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    Casting Myself

    I was willing to make one last big effort, and go out with a bang, so to speak. Making a feature film could be just that: One that I wrote and in which I appeared as the lead.

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    Ian Loren ... Got the Part

    Audrey Hepburn and Debra Messing on "Will & Grace" inspired Loren and helped him land a web series.

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    Hit the Road, Jack

    Sometimes I wonder if actors are born with a genetic mutation that forces them to get in their own way. It's the only possible explanation for all the self-destructive behavior.