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50th Anniversary Issue of Back Stage Now on Newsstands!

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In this issue:

Back Stage celebrates our 50th Anniversary! CEO John Amato, Publisher Jeff Black, and Editor-in-Chief Jamie Young thank our readers and pledge to serve actors for another 50 years. Also in this special 50th Anniversary issue...

As Back Stage celebrates another milestone after a half-century of publication, we examine the history of the "actor's bible" and how we plan to turn our past success into a bright future.

Back Stage staff and contributors share decades of memories and experiences from working at the actor's trade publication, industry professionals pay tribute, and famous actors offer testimonials about how Back Stage launched their careers.

We asked some of our favorite actors to talk about getting their SAG cards, audition horror stories, and other aspects of their careers. Read about their acting experiences, "in their own words."

Back Stage paired off artistic collaborators to talk about their craft, their professional (and in some cases personal) relationships, and their advice for actors. Interviews include father and son actors Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez, TV stars Dylan McDermott and Julianna Margulies, married actors Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman, Mariska Hargitay and her former acting coach Joanne Baron, and many more.

Actors share insight gained from years of experience in the industry. We also asked a variety of artists to write about discoveries they've made over the course of their own work.

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

For the complete 50th Anniversary celebration, pick up a copy of Back Stage or visit BackStage.com.

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