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    book REVIEW

    The title of this book may make you think acting coach Alice Spivak is writing about what actors can do to keep their instrument fine-tuned when they're not working. But the subtitle—Acting and the Media—tips you off to her real theme: Spivak is writing about assignments in ...

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    INDUSTRY INSIDER

    y needs for acting have changed," declares Robert LuPone, who as an actor, director of New York's New School for Drama, and artistic director of Off-Broadway's MCC Theater perhaps juggles more hats than a thriving haberdashery. He's eager to demonstrate why, after more than 40 years in ...

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    Knowledge From College

    Only an extraordinarily gifted, grounded 18-year-old would be able to strike out on his or her own in this business.

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    Free LA Screening: 'Yesterday Was a Lie'

    Attend a screening of film noir feature'Yesterday Was a Lie'Feb. 7. Plus, a Q&A with the filmmakers.

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    Oscar Noms Hopeful Show Will Go On

    Optimism was in the air among Academy Awards nominees — both on their films' prospects and the chances that Hollywood's crippling writers strike will end in time.

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    Actors: Have You Been Tested for Chemistry?

    If you've been tested for chemistry with a potential co-star for a film, TV, commercial, or stage project, tell us about it!

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    The following is a list of New York–area

    The following is a list of New York–area stage and film acting schools, teachers, and coaches organized alphabetically. Also included is a separate list of career coaches/ counselors.

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    Portraying iconic singer Edith Piaf was an

    Portraying iconic singer Edith Piaf was an enormous challenge for Marion Cotillard, the French actor who transforms herself into Piaf in La Vie en Rose. At a Back Stage "Evening With..." event Oct. 21, Cotillard talked about slipping into the skin of the legendary chanteuse.