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Sept. 22-28, 2011 Issue of Back Stage Now on Newsstands

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In this issue:

Captain American himself, Chris Evans is on our cover to talk about his early career, his worst audition experiences, and how he transitioned from playing a superhero to a flawed hero as a drug-addicted lawyer in the new film Puncture.

In Back Stage's "Spotlight on Headshots and Marketing," headshot photographers in New York and Los Angeles discuss what makes an effective headshot.

Tyler Labine has been acting since he was 9 years old, but you probably still only know him as "that guy." That could all change this month, when he stars opposite Alan Tudyk in the horror comedy Tucker & Dale vs. Evil.

A new study by actor (and Ph.D. in psychology candidate) Gordon Goodman shows that stage fright is common among working actors.

Actor-directo Charles Martin Smith offers advice for auditioning and directing child actors.

And more News, Reviews, and Advice Columns -- Plus production listings and hundreds of new casting and job notices in NY, CA, and nationwide!

For these stories and more, pick up a copy of Back Stage or visit BackStage.com.

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