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    B'way Actors Care About Paper Mill

    Broadway actors John Lloyd Young, Leslie Kritzer, and Kelli Rabke were among the 500 people who attended a pep rally and impromptu music revue in Milburn, N.J, last night to help save Paper Mill Playhouse.

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    TV Stars Declare Themselves Spokespeople

    Actors America Ferrera (Ugly Betty) and Hayden Panettiere (Heroes) will serve as spokespeople for Declare Yourself.

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    Has Back Stage Helped You Get Cast?

    Have you landed a role through one of our casting notices in the past year? Let us know and we'll run a profile of you and your headshot in print!

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    From 'Sesame Street' to Solo Star

    Carlo Alban's solo autobiographical play Intríngulis—which in Spanish can mean an ulterior motive, a snag or difficulty, or a puzzle or mystery—is undoubtedly a terrific acting showcase for the 28-year-old Ecuador-born actor, allowing him to play a range of characters, from a street kid and an immigrant ...

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    AFTRA's New LGBT Group to Meet in L.A.

    The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists will host the first meeting of its national Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender and Allies Committee next week at the union's Los Angeles headquarters.

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    Flaming Lips Bringing 'Yoshimi' to Life

    The Flaming Lips are known for their outlandish stage shows, which can involve fake blood and mock UFOs. Now, the group is hoping to bring that sensibility to Broadway with a musical based on its 2002 album.

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    Letterman Regular 'Bud' Melman Dies

    Calvert DeForest, the white-haired, bespectacled nebbish who gained cult status as the oddball Larry "Bud" Melman on David Letterman's late night television shows, has died after a long illness.

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    Lang to Star in His Play 'Beyond Glory'

    Stephen Lang will appear in his own one-man playBeyond Glory, an adaptation of Larry Miller's book about recipients of the Medal of Honor.

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    Pay Attention or Pay Extra Taxes

    Most people understand the basic rule of taxation: When you earn money, you have to pay taxes. It also has a corollary: The more money you make, the more taxes you have to pay.