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  • "The book is called An Actor's Education for a reason," Lithgow said recently, in his publisher's office in Toronto.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • In 1953, he used his savings to pay Mr. Goldwyn a kill fee to get out of his contract, and after making a few more films headed east to learn stage-acting at the Actor's Studio in New York.

    Screen Star Showed Independent Streak

  • I'm was trained at the Actor's Studio and I'm thankful to Soukat Production -- the production company behind Viva Riva -- who allowed me to work this way.

    Lola Adesioye: African Film's Rising Star

  • Others artists in the fine arts and crafts, performing and literary arts have also contributed to emergency funds for their peers through unions, membership organizations, such as New York Artists Equity and the Actor's Fund, doing so without the notoriety of a foundation bearing their name.

    Daniel Grant: Emergency Relief Funds Help Artists in Dire Need

  • Travis' connection with her team was so important that she commuted from Austin to New York and back every Thursday to coach her Actor's Equity team in Central Park.

    Joe Robinson: Is Social Networking Destroying Our Social Lives?

  • Pop Mannion is a big fan of Inside the Actor's Studio.

    Writers I have known and loathed

  • There's a TV show called Inside the Actor's Studio which can be eye-opening, usually in a good way -- the host (whose name I cannot recall at the moment) talks to actors about their work and they also take questions from an auditorium full of drama students.

    Writers I have known and loathed

  • Shihtzu: On Inside the Actor's Studio recently, George Clooney was asked what his favorite word was.

    Westminster Dog Show 2012—as it happened

  • After gaining a scholarship to Erwin Piscator's drama workshop, he eventually moved to the equally legendary Actor's Studio headed by Lee Strasberg.

    Ben Gazzara obituary

  • "This is one of many ways, I think, that Americans can become more enamored of live performances, of the theater," said Maria Somma, a spokeswoman for Actor's Equity, which in December ratified a Broadway contract that for the first time includes terms for cinematic broadcasts.

    Theater's Newest Act Is HD

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