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Slut: The Play. Sasithon Photography.

Teen actors from Slut: The Play discuss a serious issue among the selfie generation.

Naomie Harris on the struggles of portraying Winnie Mandela. (video)

Helpful phone apps for actors.

Do (non)friends ask to meet for coffee? Charge them for it.

Q&A with Teresa Lee, creator of NYC comedy web series #YouUp.

Halle Berry helps Hannibal gain strength at the History Channel.

Bollywood actress Mallika Sherawat does not back down. (video)

Thumbs-up! A list of the 5 best lesbian relationship movies.

Congratulations to Ginger Zee and to the women chosen for NYFCC awards!

— KELLY GLOVER

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