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Sound Advice

9 February 2011 9:00 AM, PST | | See recent Backstage news »

When it comes to building a voiceover career in New York, it's important to find what you do well and stick with it.Eileen Galindo has been a professional voiceover performer for 27 years, working in commercials, narration, Adr (dubbing or looping), and animation. She plays Dora's mom on the long-running Nickelodeon animated series "Dora the Explorer" and also voices Mrs. Garcia-Shapiro on the Disney Channel's "Phineas and Ferb." "In New York, it's important to garner all kinds of voiceover experience and try all styles, then find your niche and market yourself in that area," says Galindo. "No one does everything. You make a more consistent living if you know what you do well and perfect it."Fellow veteran performer Olga Merediz just finished almost three years on Broadway as Abuela Claudia in "In the Heights," for which she was nominated for a Tony Award. But for 29 years, she has »

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'Lear' Looms Large in Ladcc Noms

25 January 2011 1:00 AM, PST | | See recent Backstage news »

Shakespeare's "King Lear," featuring alternating star turns by Dakin Matthews and Harry Groener; Rogue Machine's searing family drama "Four Places"; and Fountain Theatre's powerful "The Ballad of Emmett Till" are among the most-honored productions in the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle's 42nd annual awards nominations, announced today. The annual citations salute excellence in L.A.-area theater productions during 2010. Winners will be announced during a ceremony at Burbank's Colony Theatre on March 14. Joining the aforementioned shows in contention for the coveted production award are the Fountain's "Opus," the Actors' Co-op's "Wit," and two world premiere offerings: Del Shores' "Yellow" (Coast Playhouse) and Tom Jacobson's "The Twentieth-Century Way" (Theatre @ Boston Court). Shores' "Yellow" has also been named as the recipient of the Ted Schmitt Award for outstanding world premiere script, accompanied by a $1,000 award from Samuel French, which also extends an offer to publish it.Among other special recipients »

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