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(Cruise Ships) - If you cannot attend the auditions, Send video/DVD, pictures & resumes to: Stiletto Entertainment, Cruise Ship Casting, 5200 West 83rd St., Studio G, Los Angeles, CA 90045. For more information, Call/Email: James Nadeau, 310-957-5757 Ext. 209; Email: jnadeau@stilettomail.com or Jodie Stinebaugh, 310-957-5757 Ext. 218; Fax: 310-846-0097; Email: jstinebaugh@stilettomail.com. Website: http://www.stilettotheatricals.com. Stiletto Entertainment will be holding auditions for performers for their fabulous production shows that take place onboard Holland America Line’s 15 luxury vessels with worldwide itineraries. Each of their main stage productions features a male and female singer couple leading the energetic cast of up to six female dancers and up to four male dancers in addition to a male and female singer/dancer couple, through several evenings of thrilling passenger entertainment offered during exotic cruises from 7 days to 180 day grand voyages. Eight months contracts with pay, travel, and lodging provided. No cruise staff duties required. Audition Dates & Locations (All Dates / Locations are subject to change):

New York, NY - November 3, 2014 at 10:00 am for Singers [Registration at 9:00 am] & at 2:00 pm for Singers [Registration at 1:00 pm] & at 8:00 pm for Singers [Registration at 7:00 pm] & at 10:00 pm for Dancers [Registration at 9:00 pm] at Pearl Studios, 500 Eighth Ave., New York, NY 10018. Sign-in begins one hour prior. Singers bring a CD walkman should you be asked to learn additional music. Singers Who Dance may be asked to attend the dance call. Dancers prepare to learn a short challenging combination. Females bring heels and clothing that show body type.

New York, NY - November 4, 2014 at 10:00 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:00 am] & at 2:00 pm for Dancerss [Registration at 1:00 pm] & at 8:00 pm for Singers [Registration at 7:00 pm] & at 10:00 pm for Dancers [Registration at 9:00 pm] at Pearl Studios, 500 Eighth Ave., New York, NY 10018. Sign-in begins one hour prior. Singers bring a CD walkman should you be asked to learn additional music. Singers Who Dance may be asked to attend the dance call. Dancers prepare to learn a short challenging combination. Females bring heels and clothing that show body type.

Boston, MA - November 7, 2014 at 10:00 am for Singers [Registration at 9:00 am] & at 2:00 pm for Dancers [Registration at 1:00 pm] & at 8:00 pm for Singers [Registration at 7:00 pm] & at 10:00 pm for Dancers [Registration at 9:00 pm] at Jeannette Neill Dance Studio, 261 Friend St., 5th flr., Boston, MA 02114. Sign-in begins one hour prior. Singers bring a CD walkman should you be asked to learn additional music. Singers Who Dance may be asked to attend the dance call. Dancers prepare to learn a short challenging combination. Females bring heels and clothing that show body type.

Breakdown-- Male & Female Lead Singers: Versatile singers with strong Broadway-Pop belt, ability to sing contemporary legit and harmonize. Must have a solid ‘G’ and developed falsetto. Must have excellent acting skills and move well; Male & Female Singers/Dancers: Versatile singers with strong Broadway-Pop belt, ability to sing contemporary legit and harmonize, excellent acting skills required, advanced dance experience in jazz, ballet and tap required. Must have a solid ‘G’ and developed falsetto; Male & Female Dancers: Experienced dancers with athletic and toned bodies, must have strong technique in jazz, ballet, tap and partnering. Gymnastics and acting a plus! Notes: · Female Singers & Singer/Dancers: No shorter than 5'4" for Lead Singers and 5'2" for singer/dancers / No taller than 5'9" /dress size 2 – 8 (U.S. sizes). · Male Singers & Singer/Dancers: No Shorter than 5'7" / No taller than 6'3" / suit size 36 – 42 (U.S. sizes) · Female Dancers: No shorter than 5'2" / No taller than 5'9" /dress size 0 – 6 (U.S. sizes). · Male Dancers: No Shorter than 5'6" / No taller than 6'3" / suit size 36 – 42 (U.S. sizes). · You must be at least 18 yrs old to work onboard Holland America Line. · All performers must meet height and weight limits to fit into existing costumes. There are no exceptions to this requirement. Singers must learn songs from our shows. Accompaniment and sheet music for the required song will be provided via CD at the audition. In addition, singers should be prepared to sing their best 16 bars acapella; men should have a pop tune and women a ballad. Singers, please bring a CD player should be you given additional music to sing. If you’re being considered as a LEAD SINGER, you may be asked to stay and do a movement combination. Please be dressed appropriately to sing. If you’re being considered as a SINGER/DANCER, you may be asked to attend a dance call. Please be dressed to sing first. We will give you time to change your clothes if we want to see you dance. Dancers will be taught a challenging combination from our shows. Please wear comfortable clothing you can move in and that shows your body type. Please wear jazz shoes (NO HEELS). Everyone must arrive one hour prior to their audition time to register, fill out paperwork, and for the singers to learn the audition music. Bring pictures & resume to auditions. Also seeking - Production Staff: Assistant choreographers, casting supervisors, production managers, costume supervisors, etc.; Musicians: Music directors, pianists, guitarists, drummers, etc.. Must have excellent sight-reading abilities and familiarity with American popular music. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 29, 2014)

(Paris, France) - Anybody unable to attend this audition is invited to consult their website for future audition dates at http://www.disneylandparis-casting.com/en. Euro Disney is looking for enthusiastic and highly energetic people to perform as our famous characters and to participate in our wonderful parade and cavalcades! Contract Dates: Between November, 2014-January, 2015 for a minimum of 3 consecutive months. Housing possibilities. Audition Dates & Locations:

London, UK - November 4, 2014 at 10:00 am Open Casting Call at Pineapple Dance Studios, 7 Langley St., London, UK.

London, UK - November 5, 2014 at 10:00 am Open Casting Call at Pineapple Dance Studios, 7 Langley St., London, UK.

Breakdown-- They are searching for Male look-alikes/Dancing the following look-alike roles - Aladdin, Prince Charming, Prince Eric, Snow White’s, Belle’s & Sleeping Beauty’s Princes: 5'10"-6'0" (178-183cm); Prince Naveen: 5'10"-6'2" (178-188cm); Peter Pan: 5'0"-5'7" (152-170cm). They are searching for Female look-alikes/Dancing the following look-alike roles - Mulan: 5'2"-5'6" (157-168cm); Princess Tiana: 5'5"-5'8" (165-173cm); Rapunzel & Ariel: 5'4"-5'7" (163-170cm); Sleeping Beauty, Belle Cinderella, Snow White, Anna & Elsa: 5'3"-5'7" (160-170cm); Merida & Jasmine: 5'4"-5'6" (163-168cm). Dancing & non Dancing roles available. All heights are welcome. *All parade performers and character look-alike performers also perform as costume characters. All look-alike performers must have a basic dance level and the distinguishing characteristics to portray these animated characters. Candidates must speak English or French and be a minimum of 18 years old. Wear comfortable clothing as you will be asked to participate in a movement/dance combination. Successful candidates must be available until 6pm. Please note that they do not reimburse any transportation costs to attend the audition. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 29, 2014)

(Cruise Ships)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 5, 2014 between 9:00 am-3:30 pm for Singers by Appointment Only & at 4:00 pm Open Call for Dancers [Registration at 3:00 pm], No Appointment Necessary at Pearl Studios, 500 Eighth Ave., New York, NY 10018) - To schedule an audition appointment, Call: James Nadeau, 310-957-5757 Ext. 209. Agent calls welcome. If you cannot attend the auditions, Send video/DVD, pictures & resumes to: Specialty Show Casting, Stiletto Entertainment, 5200 West 83rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90045. For more information, Call/Email: James Nadeau, 310-957-5757 Ext. 209; Email: jnadeau@stilettomail.com or Jodie Stinebaugh, 310-957-5757 Ext. 218; Fax: 310-846-0097; Email: jstinebaugh@stilettomail.com. Website: http://www.stilettotheatricals.com. Stiletto Entertainment will be holding auditions for SPECIALTY SHOW (a new concept in shipboard entertainment, aboard Holland America Line) and various other projects. The centerpiece of the new entertainment lineup is a musical repertory company, showcasing singers from two distinct vocal styles (one operetta/legitimate musical theatre and the other Broadway/contemporary pop), as well as dancers and a resident comedian. Various combinations of performers appear each night... from two classical singers backed by a 14-piece orchestra, to a four-man pop/rock doo-wop group on a street corner, to a singing host and his guests in a fictitious Vegas nightclub, to an ensemble for the ultimate Broadway tribute. CSTG, James Nadeau, Jodie Stinebaugh. Contract: Eight months contract (competitive salary, officer status with room and board provided aboard newly renovated vessels, medical benefits and worldwide itineraries as well as paid rehearsals with transportation provided). Performance Dates: Begins on board ship after rehearsals (in Los Angeles, CA). Breakdown-- Male Singers: Bari-tenor range low G to high B, occasional high C. Must be able to sing tight harmonies. Male Broadway/Contemporary Pop: Bari-tenor must have a solid G and developed falsetto. Height range 5'10"-6'2", jacket sizes 38R-42L. Must be able to sing tight harmonies. Male Broadway/Contemporary Pop: Must have a solid G and developed falsetto. Height range 5'7"-6'2", jacket sizes 38R-42L. Must be able to sing tight harmonies and move very well. Note: All performers must be 21+ and have Broadway, National Tour or Regional Theater lead credits. Female Singers: Soprano range, low G to high G; with belt/mix range. Must be able to sing tight harmonies. Broadway/Contemporary Pop: Versatile voices with strong Broadway-pop belt/mix to F. Height range 5'4"-5'9", dress sizes 6-10. Must be able to sing tight harmonies. Note: All performers must be 21+ and have Broadway, National Tour or Regional Theater lead credits. Male Comics & Musical Comedy Character Actors: Must have excellent timing and ability to act, sing and harmonize & dance (move well). You will be a featured performer in the "Showroom At Sea" productions for character and comedic flair. Female Dancers: Must have advanced technique in jazz and ballet. Height range 5'8"-5'11". Beautiful body, confident presence and outgoing personality a must! Note: All performers must be 21+. All performers will learn songs from Stiletto shows as well as something from your repertoire with provided accompanist. You may be asked to learn a short movement and/or dance combination. Be dressed to sing, but also bring dance attire in case you're asked to stay. Comics and musical comedy character actors: Be prepared to sing a musical comedy song of your choice with provided accompanist. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 29, 2014)

(Cruise Ship) - For more information or to submit online, See: http://carnivalentertainment.com/auditions. Carnival Cruise Lines will be holding auditions for singers, dancers & musicians for productions aboard Carnival cruises. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Dates vary. Audition Dates & Locations:

Chicago, IL - November 5, 2014 at 10:00 am Open Casting Call for Male & Female Singers who Dance [Registration at 9:30 pm] at Visceral Dance Center, 2820 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL 60618.

Chicago, IL - November 6, 2014 at 10:00 am Open Casting Call for Male & Female Dancers who Sing [Registration at 9:30 pm] at Visceral Dance Center, 2820 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL 60618.

Chicago, IL - November 8, 2014 for Musicians By Appointment at Visceral Dance Center, 2820 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL 60618.

London, UK - November 13, 2014 at 9:00 am Open Casting Call for Male & Female Singers who Dance. Please note this is an agent invited call *Agents/Managers: Please submit your clients to Debbie O'Brien Casting.

London, UK - November 14, 2014 at 9:00 am Open Casting Call for Male & Female Dancers who Sing. Please note this is an agent invited call *Agents/Managers: Please submit your clients to Debbie O'Brien Casting.

Breakdown-- Singers Who Dance: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Seeking experienced stylistic vocalists with strong performance qualities and dance background; females must belt to a D or E; males must belt to an Ab and have a strong falsetto; Dancers Who Sing: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Seeking experienced dancers with strong ability in lyrical, jazz, and hip-hop; Musicians: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Should be familiar with a broad range of contemporary musical styles and be experienced with a high level of proficiency with their chosen instrument; strong sight-reading skills and the ability to "play by ear" are both important. Singer audition will begin with dance call and selected candidates will be called back to sing. Prepare two selections (16 bars each) of a contemporary pop, rock, or R&B style song. Accompanist provided or you may use your own pre-recorded tracks, no a cappella. Dancers, prepare two songs that best display your vocal range and style. Accompanist provided or you may use your own pre-recorded tracks, no a cappella. Selected candidates will be invited to the dance call later that day where technical exercises and contrasting combinations will be taught. Dress in close-fitting dance attire. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 29, 2014)

(Cruise Ship) - If you are unable to attend one of their live auditions, Go to: http://www.royalcaribbeanproductions.com/form/nojs/talent & send us your talent information. For more information, Email: Anthony Raphael, araphael@rccl.com (Note: Pictures, Resumes/CV will not be accepted at this address). Website: http://www.royalcaribbeanproductions.com. Royal Caribbean International will be holding auditions for professional Singers & Dancers for their contemporary stage productions. Contract: Five to Seven months contract (Competive Salaries, Paid Rehearsals and Guest Privileges Provided, Family Cruise Privileges, Professional working environment & Contemporary Musical Stage Productions). Performance are ongoing aboard cruise lines. Audition Dates & Locations:

New York, NY - November 5, 2014 at 9:00 am for Singers [Registration at 8:30 am] for MAMMA MIA! at Pearl Studios New York, 500 8th Ave., 4th flr., New York, NY 10018.

New York, NY - November 5, 2014 for Singer Agent Call by Appointment [Contact Your Agent. Agents/Manager, email your clients cv to: araphael@rccl.com] for MAMMA MIA! at Pearl Studios New York, 500 8th Ave., 4th flr., New York, NY 10018.

New York, NY - November 7, 2014 at 9:00 am for Dancers [Registration at 8:30 am] for MAMMA MIA! at Pearl Studios New York, 500 8th Ave., 4th flr., New York, NY 10018.

London, UK - November 10, 2014 at 9:00 am for Dancers [Registration at 8:30 am] for MAMMA MIA! at Pineapple Dance Studios, 7 Langley Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9JA, UK.

London, UK - November 11, 2014 at 9:00 am for Singers [Registration at 8:30 am] for MAMMA MIA! at Pineapple Dance Studios, 7 Langley Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9JA, UK.

London, UK - November 11, 2014 for Singer Agent Call by Appointment [Contact Your Agent. Agents/Manager, email your clients cv to: araphael@rccl.com] for MAMMA MIA! at Pineapple Dance Studios, 7 Langley Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9JA, UK.

New York, NY - November 11, 2014 at 9:00 am for Dancers [Registration at 8:30 am] for WE WILL ROCK YOU at Pearl Studios New York, 500 8th Ave., 14th flr., New York, NY 10018.

New York, NY - November 12, 2014 at 9:00 am for Singers [Registration at 8:30 am] for WE WILL ROCK YOU at Pearl Studios New York, 500 8th Ave., 12th flr., New York, NY 10018.

New York, NY - November 12, 2014 for Singer Agent Call by Appointment [Contact Your Agent. Agents/Manager, email your clients cv to: araphael@rccl.com] for WE WILL ROCK YOU at Pearl Studios New York, 500 8th Ave., 12th flr., New York, NY 10018.

London, UK - November 17, 2014 at 9:00 am for Dancers [Registration at 8:30 am] for WE WILL ROCK YOU at Pineapple Dance Studios, 7 Langley Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9JA, UK.

London, UK - November 18, 2014 at 9:00 am for Singers [Registration at 8:30 am] for WE WILL ROCK YOU at Pineapple Dance Studios, 7 Langley Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9JA, UK.

London, UK - November 18, 2014 for Singer Agent Call by Appointment [Contact Your Agent. Agents/Manager, email your clients cv to: araphael@rccl.com] for WE WILL ROCK YOU at Pineapple Dance Studios, 7 Langley Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9JA, UK.

Breakdown-- Singers: To play 18-40, any ethnicity. Females Range - G below middle C, with a strong belt/mix up to a G. Top notes should soar. Males Range - C below middle C, with the ability to sing comfortably up to an A. Must be able to sustain an upper range. Come prepared with one ballad and one up-tempo song in contrasting styles. 16-32 bars. Bring sheet music in the proper key. An accompanist will be provided. We are looking for Pop/Rock, R&B, Contemporary Musical Theater/Broadway & Jazz (Rent, Wicked, Tommy, Contact, etc…), No Legit (Oklahoma, Sound of Music, Guys N’ Dolls). Be No acapella or CD allowed. An accompanist will be provided for you. Singers must have the ability to act and phonetically speak other languages.prepared to learn a short dance/movement combination. Proper dance attire should be worn for the dance portion of the audition. Dancers: To play 18-40, any ethnicity, must be technically trained and have a strong background in jazz, also seeking dancers who have acrobatic and/or flying skills. Their choreographer will teach three challenging combinations of contrasting styles. Flying and Tumbling skills a plus. Please come prepared with proper dance attire (avoid baggy or bulky clothing) and shoes (whatever you dance comfortably in). Note: You are welcome to audition at 17, however, you must be 18 to be hired. Bring photographs & resumes. If you are unable to attend an audition, video/dvd submissions will be accepted. However, the video/dvd must be in specific format. Videos should be anywhere from 5 to 7 minutes long and include contact information. Please note: Live auditions are always preferred. Improvisational Comedic Actors: To play 30-40. Teaching experience a plus. Singers - They are seeking Singers with exceptional vocal abilities and qualities. Please include the following on your video: Any previous professional material you may have. Vocal styles should include; R&B, Pop/Rock, Contemporary Musical Theatre, Jazz, Material that shows dance ability. Dancers - They are seeking Dancers that have technical training along with a background in Jazz. Please include the following on your video: Any previous professional material you may have. Combinations across the floor showing technique. Three routines; one Lyrical Jazz, one Broadway Jazz and one Contemporary Pop. Improvisational Comedic Actors - They are seeking Improvisational Comedic Actors with at least 2 years performance experience. Come prepared to improvise and read sides from the musical Hairspray. Gymnast/Tumblers - Must have a Jazz dance background. Please include the following on your video: Any previous professional material you may have. Combination across the floor showing dance ability. Include: Front walkovers, Back walkovers, Side aerials, Front aerials, Standing back tucks, Standing backhand spring, Round off backhand spring, Round off backhand spring back tuck. Men, also include round off backhand spring Full twisting layout or Layout step out. Ballroom Couples/Dancers - Please include on your tape: Any previous professional material you may have. You must be able to perform all styles of Latin Ballroom Dances: Jive, Cha cha cha, Samba, Rhumba, Quick Step and Waltz. Send/Email Videos/DVDs to: Dancers/Gymnast/Ballroom Couples: Patrick Mullaney - Email: Pmullaney@rccl.com & Singers: Robert Kling - Email: Rkling@rccl.com. Royal Caribbean Productions, 2700 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, FL 33020. Videos/DVDs will not be returned. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 29, 2014)

(UK) - For more information on these roles and also interview days for Redcoats, Technical support and Wardrobe, Call: 01442 203015; EmailL entertainments@bourne-leisure.co.uk. Website: http://www.Butlins.com/auditions. Butlins Auditions will be holding auditions for a versatile singer, dancer and actor who can bring one of their colourful personalities to life? They need you to join their performance cast for 2015 in their fantastic shows SKYLINE GANG & ALADDIN ROCKS. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Begins January, 2015-January 2016, at one of our three resorts. Audition Dates & Locations:

London, UK - November 5, 2014 at 9:30 am for Performers at Dragon Hall, 17 Stukeley St, London, WC2B 5LT, UK. Please bring two up-tempo songs, with dots or backing tracks on CD or MP3 (no USBs) dancewear will also be required, be prepared to stay all day. 

London, UK - November 5, 2014 at 12:30 noon for Dancers at Dragon Hall, 17 Stukeley St, London, WC2B 5LT, UK. Male dancer/actors (an American accent required) – to join our performance cast in ‘Aladdin Rocks’ and ‘Scooby-Doo’. Female Dancers required to join our performance cast in ‘Aladdin Rocks’ and ‘Scooby-Doo’. Please bring your dancewear will also be required, be prepared to stay all afternoon. Males will be given acting pieces from ‘Scooby-Doo’ to perform.

Birmingham, UK - November 11, 2014 at 9:30 am for Performers at Birmingham Hippodrome, Patrick Centre, Hurst St, Birmingham, B5 4TB, UK. Please bring two up-tempo songs, with dots or backing tracks on CD or MP3 (no USBs) dancewear will also be required, be prepared to stay all day. 

Birmingham, UK - November 11, 2014 at 12:30 noon for Dancers at Birmingham Hippodrome, Patrick Centre, Hurst St, Birmingham, B5 4TB, UK. Male dancer/actors (an American accent required) – to join our performance cast in ‘Aladdin Rocks’ and ‘Scooby-Doo’. Female Dancers required to join our performance cast in ‘Aladdin Rocks’ and ‘Scooby-Doo’. Please bring your dancewear will also be required, be prepared to stay all afternoon. Males will be given acting pieces from ‘Scooby-Doo’ to perform.

You need to be 18 years or over to work within the Entertainments department and ID will be required at registration (Passport or full birth certificate with proof of National Insurance number). Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 29, 2014)

(Kissimmee, FL - AUDITIONS: November 6, 2014 at 10:00 am Open Casting Call at Disney's Animal Kingdom Rehearsal Facility, 3271 Sherberth Road, Kissimmee, FL 34747) - For more information, See: http://www.disneyauditions.com. Walt Disney World Entertainment will be holding auditions for union & nonunion actors for FOR THE FIRST TIME IN FOREVER: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration, in which Anna, Elsa and Kristoff lead the audience through a retelling of the story of Disney’s animated hit, "Frozen". CSTG, Mark Catlett-Miller. Contract: Equity Walt Disney World Contract ($16.28/hr. min.). Performs live at Disney’s Hollywood Studios at the Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, FL. Breakdown-- Anna: 18+, female, any ethnicity, 5'3"-5'7", type cast, Elsa’s younger sister, and Princess of Arendelle; quirky and a bit awkward at times, fun spirited with great comedic timing and outgoing personality. Non-singing role; Elsa: 18+, female, any ethnicity, 5'3"-5'7", type cast, the elegant Queen of Arendelle; warm, and caring, with a strong stage presence. Non-singing role; Kristoff: 18+, male, any ethnicity, 5'10"-6'2", type cast, the rugged, yet charming, ice harvester of Arendelle; shows a love for Anna, and also Queen Elsa’s powers of ice and snow. Needs comedic timing and quick wit. Non-singing role. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Prepare a one-minute comedic monologue. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and authorized to work in the United States. Note: Roles do not require live singing. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 29, 2014)

(Kissimmee, FL - AUDITIONS: November 7, 2014 between 10:00 am-5:00 pm for Equity Principal By Appointment at Maingate Office Complex, 3010 Maingate Lane, Kissimmee, FL 34747) - To schedule an audition appointment, Call: 407-397-3285. For more information, See: http://www.disneyauditions.com. Walt Disney World Entertainment will be holding auditions for Equity actors for FOR THE FIRST TIME IN FOREVER: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration, in which Anna, Elsa and Kristoff lead the audience through a retelling of the story of Disney’s animated hit, "Frozen". CSTG, Ray DeChiara, Darla Hayward, Mike Korkis. Contract: Equity Walt Disney World Contract ($16.28/hr. min.). Performs live at Disney’s Hollywood Studios at the Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, FL. Breakdown-- Anna: 18+, female, any ethnicity, 5'3"-5'7", type cast, Elsa’s younger sister, and Princess of Arendelle; quirky and a bit awkward at times, fun spirited with great comedic timing and outgoing personality. Non-singing role; Elsa: 18+, female, any ethnicity, 5'3"-5'7", type cast, the elegant Queen of Arendelle; warm, and caring, with a strong stage presence. Non-singing role; Kristoff: 18+, male, any ethnicity, 5'10"-6'2", type cast, the rugged, yet charming, ice harvester of Arendelle; shows a love for Anna, and also Queen Elsa’s powers of ice and snow. Needs comedic timing and quick wit. Non-singing role. Open to AEA Members only. Auditions will be held by appointment only. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Prepare a one-minute comedic monologue. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and authorized to work in the United States. Note: Roles do not require live singing. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 29, 2014)

(Tokyo, Japan)(Las Vegas, NV - AUDITIONS: November 7, 2014 at 9:00 am Open Casting Call [Registration between 8:30-9:00 am; late applicants will not be accepted] at The Rock Center For Dance, 8210 S. Maryland Parkway) - Disney Creative Entertainment/Oriental Land Company (OLC) will be holding auditions for beautifully trained aerialists and dancers with aerial experience who can act very well to portray Disney’s beloved Princess ‘Ariel’ for opening company in brand new concept production directed by Sylvia Hase and opening Spring 2015 at Tokyo DisneySea Park. Contract: $800 (US dollars)/wk., per diem, round trip travel and private apartments provided. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: One year contracts begin January/March, 2015 (5-day work weeks at Tokyo DisneySea Park in Tokyo, Japan). Breakdown-- Ariel: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Ariel’s wide eyed charm and adventurous spirit are infectious but she can be just as head strong when dealing with matters that are important to her. As the entire production occurs suspended in the air, dancers must have strong abdominal/back muscles with beautiful port de bras and no fear of heights. Experience with two point harness a plus, but not required. Performer must be able to lip sync to Japanese track. (Japanese language not required). Advanced registration is not required. Wear appropriate form fitting attire, showing your silhouette. Wear proper dance shoes, no bare feet; street shoes are not allowed in the studio. Be warmed-up and ready to begin at the listed time. Must be 18+ and willing to relocate to Tokyo for the terms of their individual contracts. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 29, 2014)

(Cruise Ship) - For more information, See: http://www.headlinerstc.co.uk. Headliners Theatre Company is looking for talented performers to appear in various productions on board seven ships within the P&O Cruises fleet. Audition Dates & Locations:

Manchester, UK - November 10, 2014 at 9:30 am for Male & Female Production Vocalists at The Lowry, Pier 8, Salford Quays, Manchester, M50 3AZ, UK.

Manchester, UK - November 11, 2014 at 9:30 am for Male & Female Production Dancers at The Lowry, Pier 8, Salford Quays, Manchester, M50 3AZ, UK.

Please prepare your best 16-32 bars from two contrasting songs preferably a well known musical theatre and a pop/rock song. Backing Tracks - MP3 Player or iPod Only. Please Be Prepared To Dance. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 29, 2014)

(Cruise Ship) - RWS and Associates will be holding auditions for Seeking singers and dancers for Viking Ocean Cruises' new productions aboard their inaugural ship. CSTG, Franklyn Warfield. Contract: $2,500-$3,500/month. The producers are seeking both union and nonunion performers for this production, but no union contract is currently planned. Union performers should check with their union before accepting any work. Rehearsal Dates: Begins at the end of January, 2015 or beginning of February, 2015. Performance Dates: End of July or August, 2015. Itineraries are in the Western Mediterranean & Baltic Seas. Audition Dates & Locations:

New York, NY - November 12, 2014 at 10:00 am for Female Singers who Dance & at 2:00 pm for Male Singers who Dance at Pearl Studios "500", 500 8th Ave., 4th flr., New York, NY 10018.

New York, NY - November 13, 2014 at 10:00 am for Male & Female Dancers at Pearl Studios "500", 500 8th Ave., 4th flr., New York, NY 10018.

Breakdown-- Singer/Actors Who Move Well: 18-40, males & females, any ethnicity. Strong, versatile vocalists with a solid ability to harmonize, who are comfortable performing a wide range of material from legit to rock; women should be prepared to show mix/belt as well as head voice; men should be prepared to demonstrate falsetto in addition to legit and belt/rock; Dancer/Actors Who Sing Well: 18-40, males & females, any ethnicity. Strong, versatile dancers with excellent physiques who are comfortable performing a wide range of dance styles, from ballet to jazz to ballroom; dancers must sing; vocal range is open. Singers who move well: Prepare 16 bars of a pop/rock or contemporary musical theater song showing range and personality. Prepare a second selection to show a legit sound--opera, light opera, art song. Bring sheet music in correct key; accompanist will be provided. Bring headshot and resume, stapled together. You may be called back to move later the same day; bring dance clothes/shoes. Dancers who sing: A brief dance combination will be taught. Bring form-fitting dance attire (women bring heels and flats), and headshot and resume stapled together. Select dancers will be asked to sing at the callback the following day. Prepare 16 bars of a pop/rock or contemporary musical theater song showing range and personality as well as a contrasting second selection. If you have a legit sound, be prepared to show it. Bring sheet music in correct key; accompanist will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 29, 2014)

(Cruise Ship) - Send/Email short profile with present/past exp, date of birth, nationality & photographs music repertoire & song list/ballet type exp. & resumes ASAP to: Med Ship's Owners Consortium/Partners/Ship Operators & Charterers Companies, Ctr Mura, P.O. Box 3751, S.Marino, Rep.S.Marino, RSM-47031, Rep.S.Marino. Tel: 39(0)36698-29199; Fax: 39(0)81551-4473; Email: entertainment-div@libero.it. Looking for Dance Ballet, Duo, Trio, Pianist, Go-Go Dancer(for our Disco Club), Guest Relation Hostess on board Med & Red Sea Ships/Yachts. DIR, Pierre Vosges De Marvaux. Contract: Min. 3 months onboard (Pay Amount: Depend on position min. Euro 3000.00 monthly). Rehearsal Dates: Onboard only. Performance Dates: Begins Mid November, 2014 (onward, Italy & Malta). (Posted: October 29, 2014)
  

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(Seattle, WA - AUDITIONS: November 3, 2014 between 10:00 am-3:00 pm by By Appointment at 5th Avenue Theatre DAT5, 1308 5th Ave., Seattle, WA 98101) - To schedule an audition appointment, Call/Email: 206-625-1418 Ext. 215; Email Kelsey Thorgalsen, kthorgalsen@5thavenue.org. For more information, See: http://www.5thavenue.org/auditions. Fifth Avenue Theatre will be holding auditions for their Season 2014-2015. Season Titles: A CHRISTMAS STORY. DIR, Brandon Ivie; CHOREO, Mara Newberry; MUSIC DIR, Kat Sherell. Rehearsal Dates: Begins October 28, 2014. Performance Dates: December 4-31, 2015 (in Seattle, WA). CAROUSEL. DIR, Bill Berry; CHOREO, Donald Byrd; MUSIC DIR, Ian Eisendrath. Rehearsal Dates: Begins January 6, 2015. Performance Dates: February 12-March 1, 2015 (in Seattle, WA). SOMETHING ROTTEN. DIR/CHOREO, Casey Nicholaw; MUSIC DIR, Phil Reno. Rehearsal Dates: Begins March 17, 2015. Performance Dates: May 14-24, 2015 (in Seattle, WA). GREASE. DIR, Eric Ankrum; MUSIC DIR, RJ Tancioco. Rehearsal Dates: Begins June 9, 2015. Performance Dates: July 16-August 2, 2015 (in Seattle, WA). WATERFALL. Rehearsal Dates: Begins August 25, 2015. Performance Dates: September 30-October 25, 2015 (in Seattle, WA). PROD ART DIR, Bill Berry. Contract: Equity WCLO WCLO Minimum Contract ($1029.09/wk.). Breakdown-- All Roles Are Open: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Prepare a verse and a chorus of one contemporary musical theatre song and a verse and a chorus of one 'Golden Age' musical theatre song. Bring your own sheet music in correct key. An accompanist will be provided. Children will not be seen at these auditions. EPA Rules are in effect. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 28, 2014)

(Boston, MA - AUDITIONS: November 3, 2014 between 4:00-10:00 pm for Equity Principal at Wheelock Family Theatre, 180 The Riverway) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email/Call photographs & resumes ASAP to: Shelley Bolman, sbolman@wheelock.edu; Tel: 617-879-2235. Email preferred. Include name, phone number & preferred audition time. Wheelock Family Theatre will be holding auditions for Equity actor/singers for various roles and ensemble for their upcoming production. Title: SHREK THE MUSICAL. DIR, Shelley Bolman; CHOREO, Patricia Manalo Bochnak; MUSIC DIR, Matthew Stern. Contract: Equity LOA Contract ($385/week.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins March 24, 2015. Performance Dates: April 17-24, 2014 (in Boston, MA). Breakdown-- Fairytale Creatures: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Gingy, Big Bad Wolf, Three Little Pigs, White Rabbit, Fairy Godmother, Peter Pan, Wicked Witch, Sugar Plum Fairy, Ugly Duckling, Three Bears, Humpty Dumpty; Ensemble: 13-19, males & females, any ethnicity. Young Shrek, Mamma and Pappa Ogre, King Harold and Queen Lillian, Young Fiona, Teen Fiona, Captain and Guards, Knights, Pied Piper, Rats Three Blind Mice, Bluebird, Bishop; Shrek, Fiona, Donkey, Farquaad & Pinocchio: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Understudies only. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Prepare 32-bars, or one minute, of a contemporary musical theater song that displays range. Bring sheet music; accompanist provided. AEA members without appointments seen as time permits. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 28, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 3, 2014 at 9:30 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers & at 11:30 am for Equity Chorus Female Dancers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Singers & at 4:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers at Pearl Studios NYC "500", 500 Eighth Ave.) - Maltz Jupiter Theatre will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: THE WIZ. ART DIR, Andrew Kato; CHOREO, Jennifer Werner; MUSIC DIR, Eric Alsford; CSTG, Bob Cline. Contract: Equity LORT Non-Rep Contract ($812/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins December 22, 2014. Performance Dates: January 15-February 1, 2015 (in New York, NY). Breakdown-- Actors: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Singers prepare a short song in the style of the show. Be prepared in case you are asked to stay and dance. Dancers be warmed and ready to dance. Have 16 bars of a song prepared in case asked to stay and sing. Puppeteer experience a plus. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to attend. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 28, 2014)

(Fort Atkinson, WI)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 4, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Male Dancers who Sing/Act well & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers who Sing/Act well at Nola Rehearsal Studios, 250 W 54th St., 5th flr., New York, NY 10019) - Fireside Theatre will be holding auditions for singers and dancers for their upcoming production. Title: THE WIZARD OF OZ. DIR, Ed Flesch; CHOREO, Desiree Davar; MUSIC DIR, Mary Ehlinger. Contract: Equity Dinner Theatre Fireside Agreement ($615/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins February 9, 2015. Performance Dates: February 26-April 19, 2015 (in Fort Atkinson, WI). Breakdown-- Equity Dancers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Strong ensemble dancers who sing and act well. All physical types and ethnicities welcome. Some ensemble members will cover principal roles; Equity Singers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Strong ensemble singers who act well and are accomplished dancers. All physical types and ethnicities welcome. Some ensemble members will cover principal roles. Chorus / Ensemble. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Dancers: Be warmed up and ready to dance when the call begins. Some may be asked to stay and sing after all have danced. Prepare 16 bars of music; singing from the show is fine. Singers: Prepare 16 bars of music; singing from the show is fine. Some may be asked to stay and do a movement combination after all have sung. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 28, 2014)

(North Hollywood, CA - AUDITIONS: November 4, 2014 at 10:30 am for Equity Chorus Male Dancers [Registration at 10:00 am] & at 12:00 noon for Equity Chorus Female Dancers [Registration at 11:30 am] at Madilyn Clark Studios, 10852 Burbank Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91601) - For more information, See: http://www.mpient.com. Lythgoe Family Productions and Magic Pictures Int. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: SLEEPING BEAUTY & HER WINTER KNIGHT. PROD, Becky Baeling Lythgoe, Kris Lythgoe, Bonnie Lythgoe; ART DIR, Sheldon Epps; DIR, Bonnie Lythgoe; WRTR, Kris Lythgoe; CHOREO, Spencer Liff; MUSIC DIR, Michael Orland. Contract: Equity TYA Tier 1 Contract ($461/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins November 29, 2014. Performance Dates: December 10, 2014-January 4, 2015. Breakdown-- Three Male & Three Female Dancers: 18-35, males & females, any ethnicity. Lots of personality and strong technique in ballet, jazz, hip-hop, and modern, tricks a bonus as well as experience with partnering. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Be prepared to learn a dance combination. Men must bring jazz sneakers/shoes. Ladies - please bring heels/character shoes in addition to dance boots or jazz shoes. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 28, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 5, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Male Dancers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers at Telsey + Company, 315 West 43rd St., 10th flr.) - The Weinstein Company will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: FINDING NEVERLAND. EXEC PROD, Barry Weissler, Alecia Parker; DIR, Diane Paulus; CHOREO, Mia Michaels; MUSIC DIR, Mary-Mitchell Campbell; CSTG, Patrick Goodwin. Contract: Equity Production (League) Contract ($1,861/wk. min.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins on or about January 26, 2015. Preview Dates: Begins on or about March 8, 2015. Performance Dates: Opens on or about April 8, 2015 (on Broadway). Breakdown-- Dancers: 20-49, males & females, any ethnicity. Seeking a physical, versatile ensemble to play multiple roles. Ability to play multiple characters. A British accent, physical movers and/or excellent contemporary dance training is strongly desired, highly athletic, physically strong technical dancers with extensive training and experience in both ballet and contemporary dance. Men should be fully capable of lifts. Women should have excellent flexibility. Chorus / Ensemble. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Please come warmed up and ready to dance with comfortable, flat dance shoes and/or sneakers. Ladies should bring heels as well. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 28, 2014)

(Fort Atkinson, WI)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 6, 2014 at 9:30 am for Equity Chorus Male Singers & at 11:30 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers at Nola Rehearsal Studios, 250 W 54th St., 5th flr., New York, NY 10019) - Fireside Theatre will be holding auditions for singers and dancers for their upcoming production. Title: THE WIZARD OF OZ. DIR, Ed Flesch; CHOREO, Desiree Davar; MUSIC DIR, Mary Ehlinger. Contract: Equity Dinner Theatre Fireside Agreement ($615/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins February 9, 2015. Performance Dates: February 26-April 19, 2015 (in Fort Atkinson, WI). Breakdown-- Equity Dancers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Strong ensemble dancers who sing and act well. All physical types and ethnicities welcome. Some ensemble members will cover principal roles; Equity Singers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Strong ensemble singers who act well and are accomplished dancers. All physical types and ethnicities welcome. Some ensemble members will cover principal roles. Chorus / Ensemble. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Dancers: Be warmed up and ready to dance when the call begins. Some may be asked to stay and sing after all have danced. Prepare 16 bars of music; singing from the show is fine. Singers: Prepare 16 bars of music; singing from the show is fine. Some may be asked to stay and do a movement combination after all have sung. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 28, 2014)

(Huntington, IN) - Initial auditions will be held online digitally. See: http://www.different-stages.com/different-auditionslesmis/ for full information on submitting and auditioning. Different Stages Theater will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: LES MISERABLES. DIR, Joel Froomkin. Contract: $300-$400/wk. depending on role, as a 1099 Independent Contractor. Shared housing provided at no cost with high-speed Internet access, air-conditioning, all linens, and kitchen access. 24-hour gym (Anytime Fitness) membership available for appx. $30/month ($1/day). Travel from your city of origin provided. Housing is three blocks from the theater and cast trips to shopping/amenities are regularly scheduled by the Company Manager. There is one day off per week; Sundays are the day off during rehearsal for this contract with the exception of Thanksgiving week where it may be on Thanksgiving. Mondays are the day off when shows are performing. Rehearsal’Performance Dates: November 9-December 22, 2014 (in Huntington, IN). Breakdown-- Jean Valjean: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Plays 30-40s, sings to B (high lyric baritone or tenor with strong low notes); a poor peasant who rises to affluence, he has great natural nobility and dignity; a powerful figure, ideally a large man with a character of operatic size and passion, must be at least 5'9"; prepare a video submission of "Who am I?" and "The Prayer". Lead; Javert: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Baritone, sings to G; policeman who relentlessly hunts Valjean; ideally a large man, the ultimate "law and order" figure; obsessed, to the point of irrationality, with a rigid and merciless moral code; he too is a character of operatic size and passion; both belt voice and classical can suit this role but must have a darker quality than Jean Valjean; diction sharp and impeccable; prepare a video submission of "Stars". Lead; Thenardier: 18+, male, any ethnicity. To play Late 30s-40s, strong comic character role, Cockney; a crooked innkeeper, later a petty, amoral thief; greedy, irreverent, selfish, boorish, vulgar; baritone, sings to F sharp; a sinister clown; will double in ensemble; prepare a video submission of "Master of the House" and "Dog Eats Dog". Supporting; Marius: 18+, male, any ethnicity. To play 20s; high baritone (sings to A) with a strong bottom (to A), a member of the revolutionary student movement; attractive and romantic but in a sensitive, 19th-century "Byronic" way; will double in ensemble; prepare a video submission of "Café Song" & "A Heart Full of Love". Supporting; Enjolras: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. To play 20s-Early 30s; high baritone (to G sharp/A), very strong singer; charismatic, handsome political figure, leader of the revolutionary movement; physically fit…athletic; will double in ensemble; prepare a video submission of "The People’s Song" & "One Day More" solo. Supporting; Fantine: 18+, female, any ethnicity. To play Late 20s-Early 30s, belt up to C, sings to E flat; poor factory girl, struggling to support her fatherless daughter; later is a pauper, a prostitute, a consumptive, and a ghost; earthy and poignant; although is finally defeated by circumstances she should appear to be strong and a survivor; the climax of "I Dreamed a Dream" should be belt not mix; she is starving, very lean; will double in ensemble; prepare a video submission of "I Dreamed a Dream". Supporting; Cosette: 18+, female, any ethnicity. To play 18-25 (the younger the better); Fantine’s daughter (first seen as and played by a child) delicate, elegant, vulnerable, and beautiful; falls in love with and later marries Marius; soprano (to high C) but a light, young "floating" sound, without heavy vibrato; petite/lean; will double in ensemble; prepare a video submission of "In My Life". Supporting; Eponine: 18+, female, any ethnicity. An enormous and beautiful belt voice, to C in belt (sings to E flat); daughter of the Thenardiers but in no way behaves like them; fired by an unrequited love for Marius; small, gamine, waif-like; hasn’t learned to disguise her emotions, wears her heart on her sleeve; the end of the "On My Own" should be belted not mixed; will double in ensemble; prepare a video submission of "On My Own". Supporting; Madame Thenardier: 18+, female, any ethnicity. To play 30s-Early 40s; tough, sharp, coarse, boorish, vulgar, strong character comedienne role; belter, Cockney; will double in ensemble; prepare a video submission of "Master of the House". Supporting; Female Ensemble: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Prepare a video submission of one of the roles and indicate in your submission that you are interested in ensemble roles, or submit a video of your best pop (not screlting) song and best legit song, or submit both a role and your bests. Chorus / Ensemble; Male Ensemble: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Prepare a video submission of one of the roles and indicate in your submission that you are interested in ensemble roles, or submit a video of your best pop (not screlting) song and best legit song, or submit both a role and your bests. Chorus / Ensemble. (Posted: October 28, 2014)

(New York, NY & USA Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 13, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Male Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Singers at Pearl Studios NYC "519", 519 8th Ave., 12th flr.) - Dodger Stage Holdings will be holding auditions for singers who move extremely well for possible replacements in the ensemble in both the currently-running Broadway and Second National Tour productions. Title: JERSEY BOYS. DIR, Des McAnuff; CHOREO, Sergio Trujillo; MUSIC DIR, Ron Melrose; CSTG, Tara Rubin Casting. Contract: Equity Production (League) Contract ($1861/wk. min.). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Currently running on Broadway and on tour. Breakdown-- Singers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Seeking male and female singers who move extremely well, to comprise the ensemble and understudy the principals. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Men and women: Prepare 16 bars of a rock 'n’ roll song that shows as much range as possible. Bring sheet music; accompanist provided. Do not sing anything from the show. You will not be asked to stay and move on this day. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 28, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 14, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Female Dancers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers at Nola Rehearsal Studios, 250 W. 54th St., 5th flr., New York, NY 10019) - Disney Theatrical Productions will be holding auditions for ensemble dancers for their production. Title: ALADDIN. DIR/CHOREO, Casey Nicholaw; MUSIC DIR, Michael Kosarin; CSTG, Eric Woodall. Contract: Equity Production (Disney) Contract ($1861/wk. min.). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Currently running on Broadway (in New York, NY). Breakdown-- Equity Ensemble Dancers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Excellent male and female dancers with fantastic singing voices to comprise the ensemble and also play featured roles for possible future replacements in the currently-running Broadway production. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Men: Bring jazz shoes, tap shoes, and knee pads. Women: Bring character heels, heeled tap shoes, and flats. You may be asked to stay and sing. Bring sheet music for a traditional musical theater song that shows vocal range. Accompanist provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 28, 2014)

(New York, NY & USA Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 14, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Male Dancers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers at Pearl Studios NYC "500", 500 Eighth Ave.) - Dodger Stage Holdings will be holding auditions for dancers who sing extremely well for possible replacements in the ensemble in both the currently-running Broadway and Second National Tour productions. Title: JERSEY BOYS. DIR, Des McAnuff; CHOREO, Sergio Trujillo; MUSIC DIR, Ron Melrose; CSTG, Tara Rubin Casting. Contract: Equity Production (League) Contract ($1861/wk. min.). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Currently running on Broadway and on tour. Breakdown-- Dancers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Seeking male and female dancers who sing extremely well, to comprise the ensemble and understudy the principals. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Women: Bring character heels. Men: Bring flat dance shoes. Also prepare a brief song in case asked to stay and sing. Bring sheet music. Do not sing anything from the show. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 28, 2014)

(Little Rock, AR)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 17, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Male Singers who Dance well & at 11:30 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers who Dance well & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers who Sing well & at 4:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers who Sing well at Nola Rehearsal Studios, 250 W. 54th St., Studio A, New York, NY 10019) - Arkansas Repertory will be holding auditions for singers who dance well and dancers who sing well for their upcoming production. Title: MARY POPPINS. DIR, Donna Drake; CHOREO, Rhonda Miller; CSTG, Peter Mensky. Contract: Equity LORT Non-Rep D Contract ($600/wk. min. Housing and transportation provided). Rehearsal Dates: Begins February 10, 2015. Performance Dates: March 6-April 12, 2015 (in Little Rock, AR). Breakdown-- Dancers Who Sing Well: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For the ensemble; Singers Who Dance Well: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For the ensemble. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Singers: Prepare 16 bars in the style of the show. Dancers: Women bring flats, heels, and tap shoes; men should bring jazz shoes and/or sneakers and tap shoes. Singers may be asked to stay and dance. Dancers may be asked to stay and sing. All welcome and encouraged to sing from the show. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 28, 2014)

(New York, NY & USA Tour)(N. Hollywood, CA - AUDITIONS: November 18, 2014 between 10:00 am-6:00 pm for Equity Chorus Calls [Registration at 9:00 am]at Screenland Studios, 10501 Burbank Blvd., N. Hollywood, CA 91601) - Dodger Stage Holdings will be holding auditions for male and female singers who act and dance extremely well for future replacements in both the currently-running Broadway and Second National Tour productions. Title: JERSEY BOYS. DIR, Des McAnuff; CHOREO, Sergio Trujillo; MUSIC DIR, Ron Melrose; CSTG, Tara Rubin Casting. Contract: Equity Production (League) Contract ($1861/wk. min.). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Currently running on Broadway and on tour. Breakdown-- Frankie: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Must be 5'9" or shorter. Must have a strong tenor with sweet and strong falsetto and be able to sing in the style of Frankie Valli. Strong tenor to high A or Bb plus strong falsetto up to treble G. Charismatic and charming. Must be a very strong actor (comfortable with narrative text) and have a gritty side as well as a polished veneer. Must be very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies; principal role. Lead; Bob: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Preferably tall; an intelligent, sensitive, and introspective musical prodigy; must be very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies. Also needs to be comfortable with narrative text. Ability to play piano a plus, but not necessary; strong tenor/baritenor; principal role. Lead; Tommy: 30-39, male, any ethnicity. A natural-born leader with an appealing, bad-boy quality; must be very comfortable with traditional four part harmonies and comfortable with narrative text; strong tenor/baritenor voice; ability to play guitar a very strong plus; principal role. Lead; Nick: 30-39, male, any ethnicity. A quiet dreamer who longs for life after The Four Seasons; must be very comfortable with traditional four part harmonies as well as with narrative text. Ability to play bass a plus, but not necessary; strong bass/baritone; principal role. Lead; Gyp DeCarlo: 45-65, male, any ethnicity. Tough, mafioso type; must be a good actor and strong singer. Ability to play guitar a plus, but not required; principal role. Lead; Bob Crewe: 35-45, male, any ethnicity. Intelligent and flamboyant; genius music producer and lyricist, an integral part of creating the magic of the Four Seasons; principal role. Lead; Joe Pesci: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Must be 5'9" or shorter, young, energetic. Must be a good actor and a strong singer. Ability to play guitar a plus, but not required. Ensemble role. May understudy ‘Frankie Valli;’ featured ensemble role. Chorus / Ensemble; Mary: 20-39, female, any ethnicity. Frankie’s wife; Tough, ‘Seen it All’, Italian, Jersey girl. She’s got a killer sense of humor. Also plays a variety of other roles, including member of a '60s style girl group. Strong belt useful. Good Dancer. High straight tone soprano also useful but not required; featured ensemble role. Chorus / Ensemble; Lorraine: 20-39, female, any ethnicity. Frankie’s girlfriend; Educated, not from Jersey, a real career girl - young Diane Sawyer; Also plays a variety of other roles, including member of a '60s style girl group and tough-as-nails Jersey Girl. Strong high belt useful, belt to high F extremely useful; high, straight tone soprano also useful but not required; good dancer; featured ensemble role. Chorus / Ensemble; Francine: 30-39, female, any ethnicity. Frankie’s daughter; named for, doted on and deeply loved by Frankie. She’s a Jersey girl; vulnerable, lost and acts out to make up for lack of attention from her Dad. Also plays a variety of other roles including member of a '60s style girl group and a tough-as-nails Jersey Girl. Strong, high belt useful. Belt to high F extremely useful, high straight tone soprano also useful but not required; good dancer; featured ensemble role. Chorus / Ensemble; Barry & Others: 20-49, male, any ethnicity. Strong actor/singers to play various roles (friends, producers, etc). One track requires a baritone or baritenor voice down to a strong low G. A second track includes playing guitar. And a third track includes playing drums or possibly both guitar and drums; featured ensemble roles. Chorus / Ensemble; Three Men: 40-49, male, any ethnicity. Strong actor/singers to play various roles (friends, producers, etc). One track requires a baritone or baritenor voice down to a strong low G. A second track includes playing guitar. Third track includes playing drums or possibly both guitar and drums. Featured ensemble roles. Chorus / Ensemble. EPA Rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Prepare a rock ’n’ roll song and bring your book of music; an accompanist will be provided. Do not sing any music from the show. Male Singers: Bring your guitar if you play well. Note: Roles are for future replacements for the ensemble and to understudy the principals. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 28, 2014)

(New York, NY & USA Tour)(N. Hollywood, CA - AUDITIONS: November 19, 2014 between 10:00 am-6:00 pm for Equity Principal [Registration at 9:00 am] at Screenland Studios, 10501 Burbank Blvd., N. Hollywood, CA 91601) - Dodger Stage Holdings will be holding auditions for male and female singers who act and dance extremely well for future replacements in both the currently-running Broadway and Second National Tour productions. Title: JERSEY BOYS. DIR, Des McAnuff; CHOREO, Sergio Trujillo; MUSIC DIR, Ron Melrose; CSTG, Tara Rubin Casting. Contract: Equity Production (League) Contract ($1861/wk. min.). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Currently running on Broadway and on tour. Breakdown-- Frankie: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Must be 5'9" or shorter. Must have a strong tenor with sweet and strong falsetto and be able to sing in the style of Frankie Valli. Strong tenor to high A or Bb plus strong falsetto up to treble G. Charismatic and charming. Must be a very strong actor (comfortable with narrative text) and have a gritty side as well as a polished veneer. Must be very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies; principal role. Lead; Bob: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Preferably tall; an intelligent, sensitive, and introspective musical prodigy; must be very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies. Also needs to be comfortable with narrative text. Ability to play piano a plus, but not necessary; strong tenor/baritenor; principal role. Lead; Tommy: 30-39, male, any ethnicity. A natural-born leader with an appealing, bad-boy quality; must be very comfortable with traditional four part harmonies and comfortable with narrative text; strong tenor/baritenor voice; ability to play guitar a very strong plus; principal role. Lead; Nick: 30-39, male, any ethnicity. A quiet dreamer who longs for life after The Four Seasons; must be very comfortable with traditional four part harmonies as well as with narrative text. Ability to play bass a plus, but not necessary; strong bass/baritone; principal role. Lead; Gyp DeCarlo: 45-65, male, any ethnicity. Tough, mafioso type; must be a good actor and strong singer. Ability to play guitar a plus, but not required; principal role. Lead; Bob Crewe: 35-45, male, any ethnicity. Intelligent and flamboyant; genius music producer and lyricist, an integral part of creating the magic of the Four Seasons; principal role. Lead; Joe Pesci: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Must be 5'9" or shorter, young, energetic. Must be a good actor and a strong singer. Ability to play guitar a plus, but not required. Ensemble role. May understudy ‘Frankie Valli;’ featured ensemble role. Chorus / Ensemble; Mary: 20-39, female, any ethnicity. Frankie’s wife; Tough, ‘Seen it All’, Italian, Jersey girl. She’s got a killer sense of humor. Also plays a variety of other roles, including member of a '60s style girl group. Strong belt useful. Good Dancer. High straight tone soprano also useful but not required; featured ensemble role. Chorus / Ensemble; Lorraine: 20-39, female, any ethnicity. Frankie’s girlfriend; Educated, not from Jersey, a real career girl - young Diane Sawyer; Also plays a variety of other roles, including member of a '60s style girl group and tough-as-nails Jersey Girl. Strong high belt useful, belt to high F extremely useful; high, straight tone soprano also useful but not required; good dancer; featured ensemble role. Chorus / Ensemble; Francine: 30-39, female, any ethnicity. Frankie’s daughter; named for, doted on and deeply loved by Frankie. She’s a Jersey girl; vulnerable, lost and acts out to make up for lack of attention from her Dad. Also plays a variety of other roles including member of a '60s style girl group and a tough-as-nails Jersey Girl. Strong, high belt useful. Belt to high F extremely useful, high straight tone soprano also useful but not required; good dancer; featured ensemble role. Chorus / Ensemble; Barry & Others: 20-49, male, any ethnicity. Strong actor/singers to play various roles (friends, producers, etc). One track requires a baritone or baritenor voice down to a strong low G. A second track includes playing guitar. And a third track includes playing drums or possibly both guitar and drums; featured ensemble roles. Chorus / Ensemble; Three Men: 40-49, male, any ethnicity. Strong actor/singers to play various roles (friends, producers, etc). One track requires a baritone or baritenor voice down to a strong low G. A second track includes playing guitar. Third track includes playing drums or possibly both guitar and drums. Featured ensemble roles. Chorus / Ensemble. EPA Rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Prepare a rock ’n’ roll song and bring your book of music; an accompanist will be provided. Do not sing any music from the show. Male Singers: Bring your guitar if you play well. Note: Roles are for future replacements for the ensemble and to understudy the principals. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 28, 2014)

(New York, NY & USA Tour)(N. Hollywood, CA - AUDITIONS: November 19, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Male Dancers [Registration at 9:30 am] at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers [Registration at 1:30 pm] at Screenland Studios, 10501 Burbank Blvd., N. Hollywood, CA 91601) - Dodger Stage Holdings will be holding auditions for male and female dancers who sing and act extremely well for future replacements in both the currently-running Broadway and Second National Tour productions. Title: JERSEY BOYS. DIR, Des McAnuff; CHOREO, Sergio Trujillo; MUSIC DIR, Ron Melrose; CSTG, Tara Rubin Casting. Contract: Equity Production (League) Contract ($1861/wk. min.). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Currently running on Broadway and on tour. Breakdown-- Frankie: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Must be 5'9" or shorter. Must have a strong tenor with sweet and strong falsetto and be able to sing in the style of Frankie Valli. Strong tenor to high A or Bb plus strong falsetto up to treble G. Charismatic and charming. Must be a very strong actor (comfortable with narrative text) and have a gritty side as well as a polished veneer. Must be very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies; principal role. Lead; Bob: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Preferably tall; an intelligent, sensitive, and introspective musical prodigy; must be very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies. Also needs to be comfortable with narrative text. Ability to play piano a plus, but not necessary; strong tenor/baritenor; principal role. Lead; Tommy: 30-39, male, any ethnicity. A natural-born leader with an appealing, bad-boy quality; must be very comfortable with traditional four part harmonies and comfortable with narrative text; strong tenor/baritenor voice; ability to play guitar a very strong plus; principal role. Lead; Nick: 30-39, male, any ethnicity. A quiet dreamer who longs for life after The Four Seasons; must be very comfortable with traditional four part harmonies as well as with narrative text. Ability to play bass a plus, but not necessary; strong bass/baritone; principal role. Lead; Gyp DeCarlo: 45-65, male, any ethnicity. Tough, mafioso type; must be a good actor and strong singer. Ability to play guitar a plus, but not required; principal role. Lead; Bob Crewe: 35-45, male, any ethnicity. Intelligent and flamboyant; genius music producer and lyricist, an integral part of creating the magic of the Four Seasons; principal role. Lead; Joe Pesci: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Must be 5'9" or shorter, young, energetic. Must be a good actor and a strong singer. Ability to play guitar a plus, but not required. Ensemble role. May understudy ‘Frankie Valli;’ featured ensemble role. Chorus / Ensemble; Mary: 20-39, female, any ethnicity. Frankie’s wife; Tough, ‘Seen it All’, Italian, Jersey girl. She’s got a killer sense of humor. Also plays a variety of other roles, including member of a '60s style girl group. Strong belt useful. Good Dancer. High straight tone soprano also useful but not required; featured ensemble role. Chorus / Ensemble; Lorraine: 20-39, female, any ethnicity. Frankie’s girlfriend; Educated, not from Jersey, a real career girl - young Diane Sawyer; Also plays a variety of other roles, including member of a '60s style girl group and tough-as-nails Jersey Girl. Strong high belt useful, belt to high F extremely useful; high, straight tone soprano also useful but not required; good dancer; featured ensemble role. Chorus / Ensemble; Francine: 30-39, female, any ethnicity. Frankie’s daughter; named for, doted on and deeply loved by Frankie. She’s a Jersey girl; vulnerable, lost and acts out to make up for lack of attention from her Dad. Also plays a variety of other roles including member of a '60s style girl group and a tough-as-nails Jersey Girl. Strong, high belt useful. Belt to high F extremely useful, high straight tone soprano also useful but not required; good dancer; featured ensemble role. Chorus / Ensemble; Barry & Others: 20-49, male, any ethnicity. Strong actor/singers to play various roles (friends, producers, etc). One track requires a baritone or baritenor voice down to a strong low G. A second track includes playing guitar. And a third track includes playing drums or possibly both guitar and drums; featured ensemble roles. Chorus / Ensemble; Three Men: 40-49, male, any ethnicity. Strong actor/singers to play various roles (friends, producers, etc). One track requires a baritone or baritenor voice down to a strong low G. A second track includes playing guitar. Third track includes playing drums or possibly both guitar and drums. Featured ensemble roles. Chorus / Ensemble. EPA Rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to attend. Men bring flat dance shoes; Women bring heels to dance in. You may be asked to stay and sing. Prepare a rock’n’roll song and bring your book of music. An accompanist will be provided. Do not sing any music from the show. Male Singers: Bring your guitar if you play well. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 28, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 20, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Singers at Pearl Studios NYC "500", 500 Eighth Ave.) - Disney Theatrical Productions will be holding auditions for ensemble singers for their production. Title: ALADDIN. DIR/CHOREO, Casey Nicholaw; MUSIC DIR, Michael Kosarin; CSTG, Eric Woodall. Contract: Equity Production (Disney) Contract ($1861/wk. min.). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Currently running on Broadway (in New York, NY). Breakdown-- Equity Ensemble Singers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Seeking excellent male and female singers who dance well to comprise the ensemble and also play featured roles for possible future replacements in the currently-running Broadway production. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Prepare a traditional musical theater song that shows vocal range. An accompanist will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 28, 2014)
 

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(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 1, 2014 between 2:00-6:00 pm for Equity Principal Children at Telsey + Company, 315 West 43rd St., 10th flr.) - The Weinstein Company will be holding auditions for boys who sing for principal and standby roles in their upcoming production. Title: FINDING NEVERLAND. EXEC PROD, Barry Weissler, Alecia Parker; DIR, Diane Paulus; CHOREO, Mia Michaels; MUSIC DIR, Mary-Mitchell Campbell; CSTG, Patrick Goodwin. Contract: Equity Production (League) Contract ($1,861/wk. min.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins on or about January 26, 2015. Preview Dates: Begins on or about March 8, 2015. Performance Dates: Opens on or about April 8, 2015 (on Broadway). Breakdown-- George: 12-14, male, any ethnicity. To play 12-14 years old, the oldest of the Davies boys; most sensible and mature though still able to play and have fun. Takes charge when he needs to. Must be a very strong mover and have an unchanged pop/rock voice; one of the Llewelyn Davies Boys; Jack: 10-12, male, any ethnicity. To play 10-12 years old, the second oldest of the boys, the naughtiest and most outlandish, but even his cheek comes from a good heart. Must have strong movement skills and an unchanged pop/rock voice; one of the Llewelyn Davies Boys; Peter: 8-10, male, any ethnicity. To play 8-10 years old, the second youngest of the boys, buried under the grief of losing his father. Thoughtful and considered, initially angry and contained, he goes on a journey from 'not believing' to opening up and embracing the world of magic and play that Barrie presents to him. Must move very well and have an unchanged pop/rock voice; one of the Llewelyn Davies Boys; Michael: 6-8, male, any ethnicity. To play 6-8 years old, the youngest of the boys, is also possibly the loudest and most confident in his actions and his statements. Unknowingly funny. Must have an unchanged pop/rock voice; one of the Llewelyn Davies Boys; Child Standbys (3): 7-14, male, any ethnicity. To understudy two or more of the following roles George (to play 11-13); Jack (to play 10-12); Peter (to play 8-10); and Michael (to play 7-9). All roles speak in a British accent. See above for character descriptions. EPA Rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to attend. Prepare a short, contemporary pop/rock (preferably British) song that shows off your range. Bring sheet music as an accompanist will be provided. Note: All roles require singers ages 8-14. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(Plano, TX - AUDITIONS: November 1, 2014 between 9:00 am-1:00 pm for Performers at The Art Centre Theatre, 5220 Village Creek Dr., Plano, TX 75093) - Art Centre Theatre will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: CRIMES OF THE HEART. Rehearsal Dates: TBD. Performance Dates: February 6-22, 2015 (in Plano, TX). Breakdown-- General Roles: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Supporting. Prepare a one-minute monologue. Cold reading will also be used. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(San Francisco, CA - AUDITIONS: November 1, 2014 at 1:00 pm By Appointment at The New Conservatory Theater Center, 25 Van Ness @ Market, Lower Lobby, San Francisco, CA 94102) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: Lori Fowler, lori@nctcsf.org. Auditions are by invitation only, based on submission. E-mails that do not include headshots and resumés will not be considered. NO PHONE CALLS OR LINKS TO WEBSITES, PLEASE! New Conservatory Theatre Center will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: FROM WHITE PLAINS. PC/CSTG, Lori Fowler. Contract: $670.00 (non-negotiable and inclusive with rehearsals and performances). Rehearsal Dates: Begins February 16, 2015. Performance Dates: March 28-April 26, 2015 (in San Francisco, CA). Breakdown-- Dennis: 20-30, male, any ethnicity. Director who just won a Oscar for a film about a friend of his who was bullied in high school. Lead; Gregory: 20-30, males & females, any ethnicity. Dennis’ boyfriend. Supporting; Ethan: 20-30, male, any ethnicity. The bully named in the film who went to high school with Dennis. Supporting; John: 20-30, male, any ethnicity. Ethan’s friend. Supporting. Prepare a two-minute contemporary monologue and be prepared to cold read from the script if requested. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(Glenview, IL - AUDITIONS: November 1, 2014 between 9:00 am-12:00 noon By Appointment at Oil Lamp Theater, 1723 Glenview Rd.) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: oillamptheater@yahoo.com or Call: 847-834-0738. Oil Lamp Theater will be holding open auditions for their 2015 season. Season Titles: THE ODD COUPLE by Neil Simon. Rehearsal Dates: Begins December, 2014. Performance Dates: January 8-February 22, 2015 (in Glenview, IL). LONE STAR & LAUNDRY IN BOURBORN by James McLure. Rehearsal Dates: Begins January, 2015. Performance Dates: March 5-April 19, 2015 (in Glenview, IL). LATE LIFE by A.R. Gurney. Rehearsal Dates: Begins March, 2015. Performance Dates: April 30-June 14, 2015 (in Glenview, IL). Breakdown-- Actors: 20-60, males & females, any ethnicity. Supporting. Auditions will consist of one comedic monologue, not to exceed 2 minutes. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(St. Louis, MO & Cincinnati, OH)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 5 & 7, 2014) - Email photographs & resumes by November 2, 2014 to: richcolenyc@hotmail.com (A thumbnail headshot and resumes should be embedded in the body of the email. Attachments will not be opened). Repertory Theatre of St. Louis & Cincinnati Playhouse will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE by Christopher Durang. ART DIR, Steve Woolf (St Louis), Blake Robison (Cincinnati); DIR, Michael Evan Haney; CSTG, Rich Cole. Contract: Equity LORT Non-Rep B Contract ($812/week min.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins February 24, 2015 (in St. Louis, MO) & Begins April 21, 2015 (in Cincinnati, OH). Performance Dates: March 18-April 12, 2015 (in St. Louis, MO) & April 25-May 23, 2015 (in Cincinnati, OH). Breakdown-- Sonia: 50-59, female, any ethnicity. His adopted sister, early 50’s, living with him in Bucks County. Discontented, upset, regretful; Masha: 50-59, female, any ethnicity. His sister, glamorous and successful actress who goes gallivanting around the world, vain, glamorous, self-possessed; Spike: 20-29, male, Caucasian, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, African Descent. An aspiring actor, sexy, extremely handsome, well built, self-absorbed. Masha’s new companion. Actor must have an excellent, muscular body ... morean aspiring actor, sexy, extremely handsome, well built, self-absorbed. Masha’s new companion. Actor must have an excellent, muscular body and not be shy about showing it off; Nina: 20-29, female, any ethnicity. Lovely, wispy, sincere would-be actress, visiting her aunt and uncle next door. Star-struck and energetic; Cassandra: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Cleaning lady and soothsayer, any age. Filled with both common sense and wild eccentricity. From the Islands. Knowledge of Voodoo. Actress of color sought. Note: Seeking submissions from AEA members only for these appointments. The AEA member must submit him/herself directly to be considered via this posting. "Vanya" and the name of role sought must be included in the subject line of the email, as well ''AEA Submission." No phone calls or visits. Note: All roles require actors with excellent comedy skills. Those cast must do both engagements of this co-production. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(Fort Worth, TX - AUDITIONS: November 2, 2014 at 2:00 pm By Appointment at Circle Theatre, 230 West Fourth St., Fort Worth, TX 76102) - To schedule an audition appointment, Call: 817-877-3040. Circle Theatre will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: MY NAME IS ASHER LEV. DIR, Harry Parker; CSTG, Tim Long. Rehearsal Dates: Begins January 5, 2015. Performance Dates: January 29-March 7, 2015 (in Ft. Worth, TX). Breakdown-- Asher Lev: 20-39, males & females, any ethnicity. Narrator, plays multiple ages (6-25). Supporting; The Woman: 30-49, female, any ethnicity. Plays multiple roles (Rivekh Lev, Anna Schaeffer, and Rachel). Supporting. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(Vancouver, Canada - AUDITIONS: November 2, 2014 between 5:30-9:30 pm for Performers at Vancouver Film School, 198 W Hastings St.) - Awkward Stage Productions will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: DOGFIGHT. CSTG. Lisa Goebel. Contract: All roles are paid. Rehearsal Dates: March 10-April 28, 2015. Performance Dates: April 29-May 3, 2015 (in Vancouver, Canada). Breakdown-- Bernstein: 18-25, male, any ethnicity. A marine private first class and Birdlace’s good friend, a bit nerdy and very inexperienced with the opposite sex. Supporting; Boland: 18-25, male, any ethnicity. A marine private first class and Birdlace’s closest friend, a poor Southern cad, he is the most vocal supporter of the dogfight and fairly crude in his behavior and language. Supporting; Eddie Birdlace: 18-25, male, any ethnicity. A marine private first class, he is well respected and a natural leader amongst his comrades. Initially a hothead; a cocky smooth talker, he eventually sheds his brash exterior when he falls for Rose. Supporting; Mama: 41-50, female, any ethnicity. The owner of the local diner, she is unamused by the marines’ antics and protective of her daughter, Rose. Supporting; Marcy: 26-35, female, any ethnicity. Boland’s date for the dogfight, she is a nearly toothless and homely prostitute, crass and brash, but sneaky and cunning. Supporting; Rose Fenny: 18-21, female, any ethnicity. A diner waitress who dreams of life as a musician, she is a naturally shy girl, naive of the world around her, becomes smitten with Birdlace and discovers a lot about her self-respect and confidence along the way, ability to play guitar an asset. Supporting; Lounge Singer: 18-35, male, any ethnicity. Multi-character track for one performer, smooth crooner at the low-rent Nite Lite, contemporary tenor voice, but must be comfortable in more pastiche styles as well, early ‘60s music ranging from Engelbert Humperdinck to the Beatles. Supporting; Chorus: 18-35, males & females, any ethnicity. Chorus / Ensemble. Prepare one contemporary musical theatre song. Bring sheet music, double sided and hole punched in a binder. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(San Diego, CA - AUDITIONS: November 3, 2014 between 10:00 am-6:00 pm for Equity Principal [Registration at 9:00 am] at Old Globe Rehearsal Hall, 1439 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101) - Actors who cannot attend either EPA can Email submissions to: casting@theoldglobe.org or Mail to: Attn. Casting, 1363 Old Globe Way, San Diego, CA 92101. For more information, See: http://www.theoldglobe.org. No phone calls. Old Globe Summer will be holding auditions for their 2015 Season. Season Titles: RICH GIRL by Victoria Stewart. DIR, James Vasquez. Rehearsal Dates: Begins April 28, 2015. Performance Dates: May 23-June 21, 2015 (in San Diego, CA). TWELFTH NIGHT by Shakespeare. DIR, Rebecca Taichman. Rehearsal Dates: Begins May 19, 2015. Performance Dates: June 21-July 26, 2015 (in San Diego, CA). BASKERVILLE: A SHERLOCK HOLMES MYSTERY by Ken Ludwig. Rehearsal Dates: Begins June 29, 2015. Performance Dates: July 24- August 23, 2015 (in San Diego, CA). THE COMEDY OF ERRORS by Shakespeare. DIR, Scott Ellis. Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 14, 2015. Performance Dates: August 16-September 22, 2015 (in San Diego, CA). AP, Justin Waldman. Contract: Equity LORT Non-Rep B+ Contract ($909/wk.). Breakdown-- Equity Males & Females: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. EPA Rules are in effect. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to attend. Sign up on the day of. Non-Equity actors will be seen if time allows. Prepare two one-minute contrasting monologues. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(New Brunswick, NJ - AUDITIONS: November 3, 2014 By Appointment) - Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: submission.mccorklecasting@gmail.com. (Stating "The Whipping Man"/NYC Appts/AEA submission in the Subject line). George Street Playhouse will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: THE WHIPPING MAN. ART DIR, David Saint; DIR, Seret Scott; CSTG, Pat McCorkle. Contract: Equity LORT Non-Rep C Contract ($753/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins December 23, 2014. Performance Dates: January 20-February 15, 2015 (in New Brunswick, NJ). Breakdown-- Simon: 50-59, male, any ethnicity. Recently freed slave. Reared Jewish and is strong in his faith. Dignified. Family and freedom are most important to him. Loyal to a fault to his former owners, but will not accept the past master/slave relationship he lived; John: 20-29, male, Caucasian. Recently freed slave who was educated by his owners. Reared Jewish but practices his religion for survival more than faith. Angry and rebellious toward his former owners and whites. Prepared to do anything necessary to live and build a new, free life; Caleb: 20-29, male, Caucasian. Jewish, only son of a slave-holding father. Returns home injured after the war. The only life he's known is that of white entitlement and doesn't understand how being on the losing side of the war will affect him. Secretive and cautious. Seeking submissions from AEA members only for these appointments. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 3, 2014 between 10:00 am-6:00 pm for Equity Principal at Telsey + Company, 315 West 43rd St., 10th flr.) - The Weinstein Company will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: FINDING NEVERLAND. EXEC PROD, Barry Weissler, Alecia Parker; DIR, Diane Paulus; CHOREO, Mia Michaels; MUSIC DIR, Mary-Mitchell Campbell; CSTG, Patrick Goodwin. Contract: Equity Production (League) Contract ($1,861/wk. min.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins on or about January 26, 2015. Preview Dates: Begins on or about March 8, 2015. Performance Dates: Opens on or about April 8, 2015 (on Broadway). Breakdown-- J.M. Barrie: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. A successful Scottish playwright with a rebellious, childlike spirit that is entirely benevolent, at odds with the sensible, restrained world around him. Must have an excellent pop/rock tenor voice a sense of humor, and a genuine heart; principal. Note: This role has been offered; Charles Frohman/Hook: 50-59, male, any ethnicity. A wealthy American impresario who has stood by Barrie for much of his career, known as "The Napoleon of Drama;"doubles as Hook- JM Barrie’s darker, alter-ego with a wicked sense of humor. Must have an excellent voice with a strong bari-tenor sound; principal. Note: This role has been offered; Sylvia Llewelyn Davies: 20-39, female, any ethnicity. A recent widow and mother of four boys, she encourages her boys to be free thinkers and is one herself; must have a strong pop/rock belt and mix as well as strong soprano notes; principal. Note: Role has been offered and accepted; Mary Barrie: 20-39, female, any ethnicity. The wife of J.M. Barrie, she cares about the trappings of society. She and her husband do not share the same interest and live progressively separate lives. Must have a excellent sense of navigating comedy. Must have a strong pop/rock sound as well as strong soprano; principal. Note: This role has been offered; Mrs. Du Maurier: 50-69, female, any ethnicity. A socialite and mother of Sylvia, holds social etiquette in high esteem and wants her daughter to do the same. Steely on the outside, perhaps to a fault, but wants the best for her daughter and grandchildren. She has a very dry sense of humor. Must have a strong alto voice with pop/rock sensibility; principal. Note: Role has been offered and accepted. EPA Rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to attend. Prepare a short, contemporary pop/rock (preferably British) song that shows off your range. Bring sheet music; an accompanist will be provided. Note: Seeking actors who sing for various principal roles and/or possible replacements for any roles that have been cast. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(Fort Worth, TX - AUDITIONS: November 3, 2014 at 6:00 pm By Appointment at Circle Theatre, 230 West Fourth St., Fort Worth, TX 76102) - To schedule an audition appointment, Call: 817-877-3040. Circle Theatre will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: MY NAME IS ASHER LEV. DIR, Harry Parker; CSTG, Tim Long. Rehearsal Dates: Begins January 5, 2015. Performance Dates: January 29-March 7, 2015 (in Ft. Worth, TX). Breakdown-- Asher Lev: 20-39, males & females, any ethnicity. Narrator, plays multiple ages (6-25). Supporting; The Woman: 30-49, female, any ethnicity. Plays multiple roles (Rivekh Lev, Anna Schaeffer, and Rachel). Supporting. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 4, 2014 between 9:30 a.m-5:30 pm for Equity Principal at Actors' Equity Association Audition Center, 165 West 46th St., 16th flr., New York, NY 10036) - Vagabond LLC. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: AFGHANISTAN ZIMBABWE AMERICA KUWAIT. DIR, Daniel Talbott. Contract: Equity Mini Agreement ($450/wk.). Performance Dates: April 7-June 27, 2015 (at Judson Gym in New York, NY). Breakdown-- Soldier 1/Smith: 20-29, male, any ethnicity. Young, average American guy and the default leader of a two-man desert operation. Capable, volatile, with extreme emotional depth and physical stamina; Soldier 2/leadem: 21, male, any ethnicity. A young and completely average American kid, but with very little of Smith’s confidence. Swept through a war he doesn’t control or get, he l... morea young and completely average American kid, but with very little of Smith’s confidence. Swept through a war he doesn’t control or get, he looks like his heart’s traveled out of his eyes and left his body here. Extreme emotional depth and physical stamina; Soldier 3/Miller: 30-39, male, any ethnicity. To play Early 30s, a more seasoned soldier, though not higher ranking. He’s survived in the desert alone and is lucky to be alive. Extreme emotional depth and physical stamina; Mom: 50-59, female, any ethnicity. Early 50s, mother of Leadem and Brother. She exists outside and away from the war in California’s Central Valley, but is always connected to it. She is beautiful and worn out by life and being left alone to do it all; Brother: 17-18, male, any ethnicity. Leadem’s little brother. Kind, wise, but a kid. Also existing in California, outside and away from the war, but understanding it deeply through his connection to his brother; Serbian Woman: 20-29, female, any ethnicity. To play Late 20s, a guide who is lost herself; a creature of war who carries its weight but somehow lives outside of it. The character must speak fluent Serbian. Perform a brief contemporary monologue under 2 minutes. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 5, 2014 between 10:00 am-6:00 pm for Equity Principal at NOLA Rehearsal Studios, 250 W 54th St., Holding Rm., 10th flr., Audition Rm. 11th flr., New York, NY 10019) - Westchester Broadway Theatre will be holding auditions for Equity actors who sing for various principal roles in their upcoming productions. Titles: CAMELOT. DIR, Richard Sabellico. Rehearsal Dates: Begins January 19, 2015. Performance Dates: January 29-April 5, 2015. WEST SIDE STORY. DIR/CHOREO, Barry McNabb. Rehearsal Dates: Begins March 30, 2015. Performance Dates: April 9-July 5, 2015 (in Elmsford, NY). EXEC PROD, Bill Stutler, Bob Funking. Contract: Equity Dinner Theatre WBT Agreement ($558/wk.). Breakdown-- For CAMELOT - Arthur: 20-35, male. Baritone. Seeking an ACTOR who sings. Boyishly charming. A reluctant leader with a great thirst for knowledge. Sensitive, philosophical and pensive; Guenevere: 16-30, female. Soprano, Seeking an actor who sings well. Coquettish. Charming with a quick wit and a quick tongue. Strong, principled and very pretty; Lancelot: 25-35, male. High Baritone, strong singer. Extremely handsome. Egotistical, Intellectual, Spiritual and Charismatic; Mordred: 17-22, male. High Baritone. Arthur’s son. A conniving prevaricator. Not without charm. A man with a strong agenda. Strong actor preferred; Merlyn/Pellinore: 45-70, male. Baritone. Plays both roles. A good actor with a strong sense of comedy. Compassionate, clever with bumbling aura; Sir Dinadan: 20-30, male. High Baritone/Tenor. Handsome. Tall. Intellectual, petulant, cheeky. Well Built. Athletic and dance ability a plus; Sir Lionel: 25-35, male. Bass/Baritone. At least 6’ 2" Handsome. Strong. Massive Ego, Massive body. Athletic and dance ability a plus; Sir Sagramore: 20-30, male. Solid Baritone. Tall, well-built. Not the brightest in the bunch. Eccentrically attractive. Athletic and dance ability a plus; Nimue/Lady Anne: 20-30, female. Lyric Soprano. Patrician. Etherial, Expressive, Lean and Crafty. For WEST SIDE STORY - Tony: Male. To play Late Teens. Strong actor and tenor. Passionate, earnest, idyllic young man who is also very physical and agile; Maria: Female. To play Middle Teens. Strong actor and soprano. Delicate yet strong, looks innocent yet formidable when needs to be; Anita: Female. To play Late Teens. Strong actor singer and excellent dancer. Fiery, passionate, sexy young woman who is a natural leader with grit and humor; Man 1 (Doc/Krupke): 40- 60+, male. Strong versatile actor. Must play kind and fatherly as well as double as a semi-bumbling cop. Singing not required; Man 2 (Lt Schrank/Gladhand): 30-50+, male. Strong versatile actor. Must play threatening and rough detective as well as sheepish and put upon schoolteacher. Singing not required; Riff: Male. To play Late Teens. Strong actor/singer/dancer. A leader with command and energy, a fighter. Sings lead in ''Cool''; Bernardo: Male. To play Late Teens. Strong actor/singer/dancer. A leader with command and energy, a fighter; Chino: Male. To play Mid Teens. Strong actor/singer/dancer. A meek, but not absent young man who finds courage when he needs it. Please prepare song appropriate for show & character auditioning for. Bring sheet music; accompanist provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(San Diego, CA)(N. Hollywood, CA - AUDITIONS: November 5, 2014 between 10:00 am-6:00 pm for Equity Principal [Registration at 9:00 am] at Screenland Studios, 10501 Burbank Blvd., N. Hollywood, CA 91601) - Actors who cannot attend either EPA can Email submissions to: casting@theoldglobe.org or Mail to: Attn. Casting, 1363 Old Globe Way, San Diego, CA 92101. For more information, See: http://www.theoldglobe.org. No phone calls. Old Globe Summer will be holding auditions for their 2015 Season. Season Titles: RICH GIRL by Victoria Stewart. DIR, James Vasquez. Rehearsal Dates: Begins April 28, 2015. Performance Dates: May 23-June 21, 2015 (in San Diego, CA). TWELFTH NIGHT by Shakespeare. DIR, Rebecca Taichman. Rehearsal Dates: Begins May 19, 2015. Performance Dates: June 21-July 26, 2015 (in San Diego, CA). BASKERVILLE: A SHERLOCK HOLMES MYSTERY by Ken Ludwig. Rehearsal Dates: Begins June 29, 2015. Performance Dates: July 24- August 23, 2015 (in San Diego, CA). THE COMEDY OF ERRORS by Shakespeare. DIR, Scott Ellis. Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 14, 2015. Performance Dates: August 16-September 22, 2015 (in San Diego, CA). AP, Justin Waldman. Contract: Equity LORT Non-Rep B+ Contract ($909/wk.). Breakdown-- Equity Males & Females: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. EPA Rules are in effect. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to attend. Sign up on the day of. Non-Equity actors will be seen if time allows. Prepare two one-minute contrasting monologues. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: November 5, 2014 between 9:30 am-5:30 pm for Equity Principal at Actors' Equity Association Audition Center, 165 W. 46th St., 16th flr., New York, NY 10036) - Playwrights Horizons will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: IOWA by Jenny Schwartz. DIR, Ken Rus Schmoll; CSTG, Alaine Alldaffer. Contract: Equity Off Broadway A Contract ($566/wk. current min.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins February 20, 2015. Performance Dates: March 20-June 7, 2015 (in New York, NY). Breakdown-- Sandy: 40-50, female, any ethnicity. Funny, fast talker; vulnerable, open, filled with longing and regret, commanding; leading lady, capable of passion, emotional and physical, not afraid of cruelty; a singer; Becca: 18+, female, any ethnicity. To play 14, your average teenager; bored, sullen, capable of passion; a brooding adolescent, but then can break into a stylized Noel Coward play; a singer; Younger Becca/Child: 8-10, female, any ethnicity. Simple, straightforward, not cutesie; a big heart, full of longing; a singer; Roger/Mr. Hill/Jim/Pony: 40-50, male, any ethnicity. Funny, quick-witted; able to be in a stylized Noel Coward play; saucy, ironic, zany; jumps around between different crazy characters, but also grounded and real; a singer; Amanda/Sister Wife: 20-30, female, any ethnicity. Latina or Mediterranean; seeking an excellent singer/actor who is great with comedy; Liz/Sister Wife: 40-49, female, Asian. This role has been cast; actors will be considered for possible replacements if needed; Chinese; seeking an excellent singer/actress who is great with comedy; Cheerleader/Sister Wife: 40-49, female, Caucasian. This role has been cast; actors will be considered for possible replacements if needed; seeking an excellent singer/actress who is great with comedy; Nancy Drew/Sister Wife: 40-49, female, African-American. This role has been cast; actors will be considered for possible replacements if needed; seeking an excellent singer/actress who is great with comedy. EPA Rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Prepare a brief song of choice. Bring sheet music; accompanist provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(New Brunswick, NJ - AUDITIONS: November 5, 2014 By Appointment) - Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: submission.mccorklecasting@gmail.com. (Stating "The Whipping Man"/NYC Appts/AEA submission in the Subject line). George Street Playhouse will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: THE WHIPPING MAN. ART DIR, David Saint; DIR, Seret Scott; CSTG, Pat McCorkle. Contract: Equity LORT Non-Rep C Contract ($753/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins December 23, 2014. Performance Dates: January 20-February 15, 2015 (in New Brunswick, NJ). Breakdown-- Simon: 50-59, male, any ethnicity. Recently freed slave. Reared Jewish and is strong in his faith. Dignified. Family and freedom are most important to him. Loyal to a fault to his former owners, but will not accept the past master/slave relationship he lived; John: 20-29, male, Caucasian. Recently freed slave who was educated by his owners. Reared Jewish but practices his religion for survival more than faith. Angry and rebellious toward his former owners and whites. Prepared to do anything necessary to live and build a new, free life; Caleb: 20-29, male, Caucasian. Jewish, only son of a slave-holding father. Returns home injured after the war. The only life he's known is that of white entitlement and doesn't understand how being on the losing side of the war will affect him. Secretive and cautious. Seeking submissions from AEA members only for these appointments. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)

(Plano, TX - AUDITIONS: November 8, 2014 between 9:00 am-1:00 pm for Performers at The Art Centre Theatre, 5220 Village Creek Dr., Plano, TX 75093) - Art Centre Theatre will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: CRIMES OF THE HEART. Rehearsal Dates: TBD. Performance Dates: February 6-22, 2015 (in Plano, TX). Breakdown-- General Roles: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Supporting. Prepare a one-minute monologue. Cold reading will also be used. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: October 27, 2014)
 

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