Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 2011 Issue of Back Stage Now on Newsstands
In this issue:
Seth Rogen, producer and co-star of the new cancer comedy 50/50 with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, is on our cover to talk about auditions, his early career, and turning a personal story into a funny film.
The recent Screen Actors Guild elections, which determined control of SAG's New York division, turned out to be less surprising than many predicted, with incumbents retaining their seats and a merger between SAG and AFTRA on the horizon.
Back Stage's "Spotlight on Los Angeles Acting School & Coaches" examines the pros and cons of studying from a working actor, as well as listings of Los Angeles-area acting teachers.
Take a look at the trends that emerged at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.
Back Stage gives you an inside look at Kansas City Ballet's new home, and its new work "Tom Sawyer: A Ballet in Three Acts."
Back Stage reviews the new horror-comedy movie Tucker and Dale vs. Evil.
We also review Keen Company's Off-Broadway production of Lemon Sky at the Clurman Theatre in NYC.
For these stories and more, pick up a copy of Back Stage or visit BackStage.com.