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  • 33 Tips From Established Actors in 2014

    Backstage readers got to know a wide variety of some of the hardest-working actors in theater, TV, and film this year. Whether they were reflecting on how a recent project stretched their acting muslces or relaying the advice they wish they’d been given when starting out, the following outstanding performers drew from their distinct perspectives to illuminate some of the joys and pitfalls of today’s acting industry.
    As 2014 comes to a close, let these tidbits continue to guide your career both professionally and creatively. Happy New Year!
    1. Find the joy, from Jonathan Groff.As “Looking” premiered in January, Groff chatted with the magazine that helped him get his start (“I believe in Backstage. It changed my life.”). Between the HBO show and his role in Disney’s hit “Frozen,” the actor has found plenty of opportunities to perform on a foundation of pure joy. “People create from different places,” he said of his process. “Some love to create from a tortured place, some from a joyful place. And when I feel like I’m a 5-year-old kid in my backyard playing pretend, that’s when I’m happiest.”
    2. Study, study, study, from

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