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  1. Hell Hath No Fury Like Frances McDormand in ‘Three Billboards’

    03.23 / 20:57 www.backstage.com Backstage.com -Theatre
    No one can spit scathing profanity better than Frances McDormand. Need proof? Watch the trailer below—but out of range of small children or the faint-hearted.  The Oscar-winning actor headlines “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” a new dark comedy from Martin McDonagh about an acid-tongued woman at war with her town following the unsolved murder of her daughter. “My daughter Angela was murdered seven months ago,” McDormand deadpans in the…
  2. 11 Pilots We Have an Eye on This Spring

    03.23 / 18:38 www.backstage.com Backstage.com -Theatre
    With pilot season nearly finished, we’re rounding up some of the shows we can’t wait to see. Even if you secretly think TV is a vast wasteland (as Newton Minow once put it), we think you’ll appreciate these upcoming dramas and comedies for their fresh storylines. Drama “The Crossing”Sandrine Holt (“House of Cards”) will star in this futuristic ABC pilot written by Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie (“Criminal Minds”). The show centers on…
  3. Now Casting: ‘Siren’s Den: A Rock Musical’ + 3 More Paid Jobs

    03.23 / 18:38 www.backstage.com Backstage.com -Theatre
    In today’s casting roundup we have two musical opportunities, principal roles in a dramatic short film, and a background gig on the highly anticipated “Pitch Perfect 3.” Well, what are you still doing here? Get out there and get to auditioning!  “SIREN’S DEN: A ROCK MUSICAL”Union and nonunion talent is sought for principal and ensemble roles in “Siren’s Den: A Rock Musical,” a new musical providing a “modern twist on the…
  4. Kids Now Casting: B’way’s ‘School of Rock’ Open Call + More

    03.23 / 18:38 www.backstage.com Backstage.com -Theatre
    Hey, young actors! Now is your chance to be in the band! Broadway’s Tony-nominated “School of Rock” will hold an open casting call for union and nonunion child talent to join its current ensemble.  The musical, with a book by Julian Fellowes and score by Andrew Lloyd Webber, is casting male and female actors ages 8–12 for five principal roles including guitar-wielding Zack, Freddy the “killer drummer,” and Tomika, the “exasperated”…