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Oct. 6-12, 2011 Issue of Back Stage Now on Newsstands

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In this issue:

Actor Frank Langella, currently starring in the Roundabout Theatre Company's revival of Terence Rattigan's "Man and Boy," is on the cover to talk about acting, careerism, and aging.

Back Stage's "Spotlight on Dance & Movement" includes: a look at Pace University's new college dance program that trains dancers to work in the commercial entertainment industry; how choreographers can hone their dance-making skills on college campuses; and our comprehensive listings of undergraduate and graduate dance programs and dance studios.

As soaps are being cancelled or move online, Back Stage asks, "Is there a future for the soap opera?"

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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