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    SAG-AFTRA-AEA Agents

    The following New York, Chicago and Los Angeles agencies are franchised either with Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, or the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. They have been compiled from the most recent union lists, and are indicated (E) for Equity, (S) for SAG, and (A) for ...

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    CENTERSTAGE: Finding the Shoe That Fits

    I needed to buy a new pair of running shoes. I went into one of the sports stores near my house but was surprised and overwhelmed by the number of makes and models available. I tried on a few pairs that caught my eye, but couldn't make up my ...

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    CENTERSTAGE: Commercial Appeal

    Call me naive, but I was surprised to see so many more people attending the commercials panels over the legit panels that were held as part of Back Stage's Actorfest the other week. Is it simply the financial reward that draws performers to TV commercials, or do some people ...

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    The Voice Is the Thing: Vocal Coaches on the Shakespeare Challenge

    "It's very helpful and exciting, and he's not dictatorial. He just wants to help you solve the

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    Critic's Picks

    ¥ ACME Schmacme, presented by and at the ACME Comedy Theatre, 135 N. La Brea Ave., Hollywood. Through July 25. (213)

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    EXTRAS (SAG TV)

    The following extras casting companies may also provide a registration and/or photo fee-based service to be included in their permanent files for consideration on all projects. But you should not be required to register in order to be considered for the particular projects advertised here. Alert "Back Stage West ...

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    Biography on Stage: Interpretation or Imitation?

    Shortly before No"l Coward died in 1973, he asked his biographer Sheridan Morley-a British theatre critic and journalist-to write a second biography of him, one that would touch on certain facts that were discreetly missing from Morley's first, "A Talent to