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(White Plains, NY - AUDITIONS: September 2, 2014 between 10:00 am-4:00 pm By Appointment at White Plains Performing Arts Center, 11 City Place, 3rd flr., White Plains, NY 10601) - To schedule a five-minute appointment, Call: 914-328-1600 Ext. 18. White Plains Performing Arts Center will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: SWEENEY TODD. PROD ART DIR/DIR, Jeremy Quinn; CHOREO, James Oblak; MUSIC DIR, Stephen Ferri. Contract: Equity LOA Contract, level and salary pending. EMC points also available. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 15, 2014. Performance Dates: October 10-12, 16-19 & 23-26 (three performances/wk. in White Plains, NY). Breakdown-- Sweeney Todd: 30-55, male, any ethnicity. A wrongfully imprisoned barber seeking to right the wrongs committed against him. He is Johanna's father, singularly focused on taking bloody revenge. The story's tormented protagonist. Vocal range: F2-Gb4; Mrs. Lovett: 30-55, female, any ethnicity. An entrepreneurial and amoral meat pie shop owner. She falls in love with Todd and turns his desire for revenge into a profitable business venture. Vocal range: G3-E5; Tobias Ragg: 13-19, male, any ethnicity. A poor youngster apprenticed to Pirelli. He finds a surrogate family in Todd and Lovett. Vocal range: Bb2-Ab4; Beggar Woman: 40-59, female, any ethnicity. A deranged and schizophrenic woman who harbors a dark, surprising secret. Vocal range: Ab3-F5; Judge Turpin: 50-69, male, any ethnicity. A lecherous public official who portrays himself as a sanctimonious authoritarian. He takes advantage of his position in the city and is responsible for imprisoning Todd. Vocal range: E2-Gb4; Johanna: 17-25, female, Caucasian, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race. A spritely girl, full of innocence, constantly yearning for freedom. Todd's long-lost daughter and Turpin's ward. Vocal range: Bb3-A5; Anthony Hope: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. A naive and youthful sailor returning to London. He helps Todd return to London and unexpectedly falls in love with Johanna. Vocal range: Bb2-F4; The Beadle: 40-59, male, any ethnicity. A pompous public official. He is deeply loyal to the corrupt Turpin. Vocal range: D3-D5; Adolfo Pirelli: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. A flamboyant Italian rival barber; a charlatan with a secret past. Doubles in the ensemble. Vocal range: B2-C5; Jonas Fogg: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. The owner of Fogg's Asylum. He sells the hair of madmen to wigmakers. Speaking role. Doubles in the ensemble; Ensemble: 18-59, male, any ethnicity. Various ages, types and physical characteristics to play townspeople, policemen and lunatics. Possible partial nudity to be determined in rehearsal. Equity members without appointments will be seen as time permits. Equity monitor will not be provided; producer runs all aspects of this call. Prepare 32 bars of a Broadway selection in the style of the show/composer that can be fully interpreted with strong acting choices. Performers may also sing from the show/role in which they are interested. Bring sheet music in the correct key; an accompanist will be provided but will not transpose. No charts, cd's or acapella auditions. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(Fontana, CA - AUDITIONS: September 2, 2014 between 7:00-9:00 pm By Appointment at TIBBIES Center Stage, 8463 Sierra Ave, Fontana, CA 92335) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email/Call photographs & resumes ASAP to: info@centerstagefontana.com; Tel: 909-429-7469 Ext. 0. Stargazer Productions will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN. EXEC PROD, Jennifer Vigiletti. Contract: Compensation varies dependent upon role. Rehearsal Dates: September 6-October 2, 2014. Performance Dates: October 3-November 2, 2014 (at Center Stage Theater in Fontana, CA). Breakdown-- Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: 30-45, male, any ethnicity. Eccentric grandson of an infamous mad scientist; Dean of Anatomy at New York's best university. Vocal Range: Bb2-G4. Lead; Monster: 30-40, male, any ethnicity. Large, misunderstood creation of Frederick; hopeless romantic. Vocal Range: D3-Bb4. Supporting; Igor: 30-45, male, any ethnicity. Frederick's faithful, bright-eyed, eager servant. Vocal Range: C3-G4. Supporting; Inga: 20-39, female, any ethnicity. Not-so-bright assistant to Frederick; young and sexy. Vocal Range: G#3-A5. Supporting; Elizabeth Benning: 30-40, female, any ethnicity. Self-loving, naive, boisterous fiancee of Frederick. Vocal Range: F#3-F5. Supporting; Frau Bleucher: 50-65, female, any ethnicity. Proud housekeeper of the Frankenstein estate; intense and stern. Vocal Range: E3-B4. Supporting; Inspector Hans Kemp: 40-50, male, any ethnicity. Justice-driven, protective, steadfast town inspector. Vocal Range: A2-F4. Supporting; Hermit: 35-55, male, any ethnicity. Lonely, poor, blind town hermit. Vocal Range: A2-Db4. Supporting; Dr. Victor Von Frankenstein: 55-65, male, any ethnicity. Frederick's infamous grandfather and creator of the original monster; proud and stubborn man. Vocal Range: B2-F4. Supporting; Ziggy: 20-35, male, any ethnicity. Well-intentioned village idiot. Vocal Range: B3-E4. Supporting; Ensemble: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Gravediggers, villagers, medical students, mad scientists. Need great tappers who can sing too. Supporting. Bring a musical theater style up-tempo and ballad song to perform. Sheet music must be in proper key; an accompanist will be provided. Be prepared to dance. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(Chicago, IL - AUDITIONS: September 2, 2014 between 4:00-9:00 pm By Appointment for Online Auditions [Monologues & Songs]) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: tmscasting@gmail.com. No phone calls. Eta Creative Arts Foundation will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: IF SCROOGE WAS A BROTHER. CSTG, Tamara Sibley. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 16, 2014 (in Chicago, IL). Breakdown-- Ebenezer: 40-60, male, African-American. Plain looking, solid build, good stature, wealthy yet unhappy, actor must be comfortable in his body and have strong physical and vocal dexterity. Note: This role does not require a solo voice, but actor must be able to sing along with the cast. Lead; Cratchet: 35-45, male, any ethnicity. Singer, a faithful husband, doting father, hardworking, loving, a family man, underpaid, poor, trapped in dead-end job and every decision he makes has consequences for those he loves. Note: This actor may double as Marley. Supporting; Tiny Tim or Tina: 10-13, males & females, African-American. Singer, bright, upbeat, articulate, wheelchair-bound, fights to stay positive despite his economic environment compounded with bullying and gang harassment in school, actor should be able to sing well, director will consider older actor who can play a teen believably. Supporting; Mrs. Cratchet: 30-40, female, African-American. Spirited singer, positive, loves life, the childhood sweetheart of Mr. Cratchet and the heart of the family. Note: Will double as Christmas Past. Supporting; Belinda/Martha: 16-20, female, African-American. Strong singer, must be an excellent character actor and will doubles as Shopkeepers, Fran, Belle, and Fred's Party Guest. Supporting; Fred: 25-30, male, African-American. Singer, gregarious, hopeful, supportive, humanitarian, he and his wife are committed to helping the less fortunate, bass/baritone preferred. Note: Will double as the Voice of Fezziwig, Christmas Present, Shopkeeper and possibly Marley. Supporting; Ida: 25-30, female, African-American. Excellent character actor, will double as Shopkeeper, Christmas Past, and Christmas Future. Supporting. Prepare two contrasting monologues, one comedic and one dramatic, 90-seconds each. Prepare 16 bars of two contrasting musical selections from the following list: "Silent Night" and "Joy to The World" or "O Holy Night" and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(New York, NY)(San Francisco, CA - AUDITIONS: September 2, 2014 between 10:00 am-2:00 pm for Open Casting Call [Registration at 9:00 am] at A.C.T. Studios, 30 Grant St., 7th flr., Studio 9C, San Francisco, CA 94108) - For questions/more information, Email: kingandiopenauditions@gmail.com. Lincoln Center Theater will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: Rodgers and Hammerstein's THE KING AND I. AP, Ira Weitzman; ART DIR, Andre Bishop; DIR, Bartlett Sher; CHOREO, Christopher Gattelli; MUSIC DIR, Ted Sperling; CSTG, Abbie Brady-Dalton. Contract: Equity Production Contract. Rehearsal Dates: Begins January, 2015. Performance Dates: Spring, 2015 (at the Vivian Beaumont Theater in New York, NY). Breakdown-- King of Siam: 40-60, male, Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander. Siamese, a powerful and elegant leader struggling to bring Siam into the modern era without losing control of traditions and power. Lead; Lady Thiang: 35-45, female, Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander. Head wife of the King and mother of the Crown Prince, steady influence in the court, strong, discreet, and loving. Supporting; Lun Tha: 20-30, male, Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander. Burmese, emissary to the Prince of Burma, courageous yet doomed lover of Tuptim. Supporting; Tuptim: 18-30, female, Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander. Burmese, a gift to the King from the Prince of Burma, and doomed lover of Lun Tha, beautiful, daring, and rebellious. Supporting; Kralahome: 45-70, male, Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander. Siamese, right-hand man to and advisor of The King, a strong traditionalist, imposing, professional, and deeply loyal. Supporting; Prince Chulalongkorn: 11-16, male, Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander. Siamese, Crown Prince of Siam and one of Anna’s most vocal and opinionated students. Supporting. Be prepared to sing a short traditional musical theater song a cappella that shows off your voice. Bring sheet music for your song in the event that you are asked to sing along with piano accompaniment. You may be asked to stay for a few hours. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: September 2, 2014 between 10:00 am-1:00 pm Open Casting Call for Male Singers who Dance & 2:00-5:00 pm Open Casting Call for Female Singers who Dance at Ripley-Grier Studios, 520 8th Ave., 16th flr., New York, NY 10036) - Big League Productions, Inc. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: GUYS AND DOLLS. EXEC PROD, Daniel Sher; DIR, Jeffrey B. Moss; CHOREO, Bob Richard; CSTG, Alison Franck. Contract: $400/wk. min., plus housing and per diem provided. Rehearsal Dates: Begins November 28, 2014. Performance Dates: December 26, 2014-May 21, 2015 (on tour). Breakdown-- Arvide Abernathy: 60-79, male, any ethnicity. Salvation Army man, Sarah's paternal figure, kind and gentle, lyric baritone; Benny Southstreet: 35-49, male, any ethnicity. A funny character man who can sing, baritone; Rusty Charlie: 35-49, male, any ethnicity. A funny character man who can sing and dance; Harry the Horse: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. Another featured gangster; Lt. Brannigan: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. Featured acting role, may cover Sky Masterson, should sing well for this reason; Female Ensemble: 20-29, female, any ethnicity. Excellent dancers who sing to play Hot Box Girls, natives of Havana, Cuba and others; Male Ensemble: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Excellent dancers who sing to play Gangsters, natives of Havana, Cuba and others. Singers, prepare 16 bars of a traditional musical theater song (no pop, no contemporary). Dancers, be warmed up and ready to dance, and bring 16 bars of a traditional musical theater song (no pop, no contemporary); some will be asked to stay and sing. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: September 2, 2014 between 10:00 am-2:00 pm Open Casting Call [Registration at 9:00 am] at Ripley-Grier Studios, 520 8th Ave., 16th flr., New York, NY 10018) - Big League Productions, Inc. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS. EXEC PROD, Daniel Sher; DIR, Matt August; CHOREO, Bob Richard; CSTG, Alison Franck. Contract: $500/wk. min. plus housing and per diem. Rehearsal Dates: Begins October 6, 2014. Performance Dates: November 4-December 28, 2014 (Tours Nationally). Breakdown-- Ensemble Children/Dancers: 18-26, males & females, any ethnicity. Young adults to play children, must be under 62"; energetic, charismatic, athletic. Need to be experienced dancers who are able to sing well and pick up dance quickly. The more physically versatile and acrobatic, the better. Need strong singing voices of all types. Chorus / Ensemble. Be warmed up and ready to dance. Some dancers will be asked to stay and sing, so bring sheet music and audition books, will be asking for 16 bars musical theater song/uptempo that shows a belt or bright mix sound for women or high tenor sound for men. Note: Male and Female dancers must be 18+ and under 5'2". Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: September 2, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Singers at Pearl Studios NYC "519", 519 8th Ave., 12th flr.) - Nederlander Presentations, Inc. will be holding auditions for ensemble singers for their upcoming production. Title: ON YOUR FEET. DIR, Jerry Mitchell; CHOREO, Sergio Trujillo; CSTG, Justin Huff. Contract: Equity Developmental Lab Agreement ($1000/wk.). Performance Dates: Lab is October 27-November 21, 2014. Breakdown-- Ensemble Singers: 20-59, males & females, Hispanic. To appear in the ensemble and play various parts; all must dance and have great pop voices. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Prepare 16 bars of a pop song showing range. Bring sheet music; a piano accompanist will be provided. Note: Only Equity performers will be seen at this call. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(Holmdel, NJ - AUDITIONS: September 3, 2014 between 7:00-10:00 pm for Open Casting Call at Duncan Smith Theater, 36 Crawford Corner Rd., Holmdel, NJ 07733) - Holmdel Theatre Company will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: THE LION IN WINTER by James Goldman. PROD, Rebecca Zaccagnino. Contract: Special appearance AEA contract available (Travel stipends available for extended travels). Performance Dates: November 1-16, 2014 (in Holmdel, NJ). Breakdown-- All Roles Are Open: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(USA Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: September 3, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Adult Female Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Adult Male Singers at Ripley-Grier Studios, 520 Eighth Ave.) - Royal Shakespeare Company (UK) & Dodgers will be holding auditions for the national touring production. Title: MATILDA. DIR, Matthew Warchus; CHOREO, Peter Darling. Contract: Equity Production (League) Tier D Tour Contract (Current minimum $996/wk., salary level pending). Rehearsal Dates: Begins March 30, 2015. Tour Performance Dates: TBA. Breakdown-- Adult Ensemble: 18-39, males & females, any ethnicity. Vivid musical theater performers--must be strong singers and dancers to play older children, parents, and small character moments. Everyone must show government photo ID to enter building. Prepare 32 bars of a short contemporary musical theater or pop/rock song that best showcases your voice. Bring sheet music; accompanist provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(Chicago, IL - AUDITIONS: September 3, 2014 between 4:00-9:00 pm By Appointment for Online Auditions [Monologues & Songs]) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: tmscasting@gmail.com. No phone calls. Eta Creative Arts Foundation will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: IF SCROOGE WAS A BROTHER. CSTG, Tamara Sibley. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 16, 2014 (in Chicago, IL). Breakdown-- Ebenezer: 40-60, male, African-American. Plain looking, solid build, good stature, wealthy yet unhappy, actor must be comfortable in his body and have strong physical and vocal dexterity. Note: This role does not require a solo voice, but actor must be able to sing along with the cast. Lead; Cratchet: 35-45, male, any ethnicity. Singer, a faithful husband, doting father, hardworking, loving, a family man, underpaid, poor, trapped in dead-end job and every decision he makes has consequences for those he loves. Note: This actor may double as Marley. Supporting; Tiny Tim or Tina: 10-13, males & females, African-American. Singer, bright, upbeat, articulate, wheelchair-bound, fights to stay positive despite his economic environment compounded with bullying and gang harassment in school, actor should be able to sing well, director will consider older actor who can play a teen believably. Supporting; Mrs. Cratchet: 30-40, female, African-American. Spirited singer, positive, loves life, the childhood sweetheart of Mr. Cratchet and the heart of the family. Note: Will double as Christmas Past. Supporting; Belinda/Martha: 16-20, female, African-American. Strong singer, must be an excellent character actor and will doubles as Shopkeepers, Fran, Belle, and Fred's Party Guest. Supporting; Fred: 25-30, male, African-American. Singer, gregarious, hopeful, supportive, humanitarian, he and his wife are committed to helping the less fortunate, bass/baritone preferred. Note: Will double as the Voice of Fezziwig, Christmas Present, Shopkeeper and possibly Marley. Supporting; Ida: 25-30, female, African-American. Excellent character actor, will double as Shopkeeper, Christmas Past, and Christmas Future. Supporting. Prepare two contrasting monologues, one comedic and one dramatic, 90-seconds each. Prepare 16 bars of two contrasting musical selections from the following list: "Silent Night" and "Joy to The World" or "O Holy Night" and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: September 3, 2014 between 10:00 am-1:00 pm Open Casting Call for Male Dancers who Sing, tumbling a plus, but not necessary & 2:00-5:00 pm Open Casting Call for Female Dancers who Sing at Ripley-Grier Studios, 520 8th Ave., 16th flr., New York, NY 10036) - Big League Productions, Inc. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: GUYS AND DOLLS. EXEC PROD, Daniel Sher; DIR, Jeffrey B. Moss; CHOREO, Bob Richard; CSTG, Alison Franck. Contract: $400/wk. min., plus housing and per diem provided. Rehearsal Dates: Begins November 28, 2014. Performance Dates: December 26, 2014-May 21, 2015 (on tour). Breakdown-- Arvide Abernathy: 60-79, male, any ethnicity. Salvation Army man, Sarah's paternal figure, kind and gentle, lyric baritone; Benny Southstreet: 35-49, male, any ethnicity. A funny character man who can sing, baritone; Rusty Charlie: 35-49, male, any ethnicity. A funny character man who can sing and dance; Harry the Horse: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. Another featured gangster; Lt. Brannigan: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. Featured acting role, may cover Sky Masterson, should sing well for this reason; Female Ensemble: 20-29, female, any ethnicity. Excellent dancers who sing to play Hot Box Girls, natives of Havana, Cuba and others; Male Ensemble: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Excellent dancers who sing to play Gangsters, natives of Havana, Cuba and others. Singers, prepare 16 bars of a traditional musical theater song (no pop, no contemporary). Dancers, be warmed up and ready to dance, and bring 16 bars of a traditional musical theater song (no pop, no contemporary); some will be asked to stay and sing. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(Staten Island, NY)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: September 3, 2014 at 9:30 am for Equity Chorus Male Singers who Dance extremely well & at 11:30 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers who Dance extremely well & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers who Sing & at 4:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers who Sing at Actors' Equity Association Audition Center, 165 W. 46th St., 16th flr., New York, NY 10036) - Harbor Lights Theater Company will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: WEST SIDE STORY. PROD, Tamara Jenkins, Jay Montgomery; AP, Beth Gittleman; DIR, Stephen Nachamie. Contract: Equity LOA ($279/wk. four shows/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins October 14, 2014. Performance Dates: November 7-23, 2014 (in Staten Island, NY). Breakdown-- Dancers Who Sing Extremely Well: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. To play Sharks and Jets; must have excellent technique and strong voices; Singers Who Dance Extremely Well: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. To play Sharks and Jets. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Singers: Prepare 16 bars of a song that best shows off your voice. Bring sheet music; accompanist provided. Dancers: Wear dance clothes. Women wear character heels, men in sneakers. Prepare 16 bars of a song in case asked to stay and sing. Producer states: "Note we do not hold agent calls. We will be casting from this call". Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(White Plains, NY - AUDITIONS: September 3, 2014 between 10:00 am-5:00 pm By Appointment at White Plains Performing Arts Center, 11 City Place, 3rd flr., White Plains, NY 10601) - To schedule a five-minute appointment, Call: 914-328-1600 Ext. 18. White Plains Performing Arts Center will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: SWEENEY TODD. PROD ART DIR/DIR, Jeremy Quinn; CHOREO, James Oblak; MUSIC DIR, Stephen Ferri. Contract: Equity LOA Contract, level and salary pending. EMC points also available. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 15, 2014. Performance Dates: October 10-12, 16-19 & 23-26 (three performances/wk. in White Plains, NY). Breakdown-- Sweeney Todd: 30-55, male, any ethnicity. A wrongfully imprisoned barber seeking to right the wrongs committed against him. He is Johanna's father, singularly focused on taking bloody revenge. The story's tormented protagonist. Vocal range: F2-Gb4; Mrs. Lovett: 30-55, female, any ethnicity. An entrepreneurial and amoral meat pie shop owner. She falls in love with Todd and turns his desire for revenge into a profitable business venture. Vocal range: G3-E5; Tobias Ragg: 13-19, male, any ethnicity. A poor youngster apprenticed to Pirelli. He finds a surrogate family in Todd and Lovett. Vocal range: Bb2-Ab4; Beggar Woman: 40-59, female, any ethnicity. A deranged and schizophrenic woman who harbors a dark, surprising secret. Vocal range: Ab3-F5; Judge Turpin: 50-69, male, any ethnicity. A lecherous public official who portrays himself as a sanctimonious authoritarian. He takes advantage of his position in the city and is responsible for imprisoning Todd. Vocal range: E2-Gb4; Johanna: 17-25, female, Caucasian, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race. A spritely girl, full of innocence, constantly yearning for freedom. Todd's long-lost daughter and Turpin's ward. Vocal range: Bb3-A5; Anthony Hope: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. A naive and youthful sailor returning to London. He helps Todd return to London and unexpectedly falls in love with Johanna. Vocal range: Bb2-F4; The Beadle: 40-59, male, any ethnicity. A pompous public official. He is deeply loyal to the corrupt Turpin. Vocal range: D3-D5; Adolfo Pirelli: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. A flamboyant Italian rival barber; a charlatan with a secret past. Doubles in the ensemble. Vocal range: B2-C5; Jonas Fogg: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. The owner of Fogg's Asylum. He sells the hair of madmen to wigmakers. Speaking role. Doubles in the ensemble; Ensemble: 18-59, male, any ethnicity. Various ages, types and physical characteristics to play townspeople, policemen and lunatics. Possible partial nudity to be determined in rehearsal. Equity members without appointments will be seen as time permits. Equity monitor will not be provided; producer runs all aspects of this call. Prepare 32 bars of a Broadway selection in the style of the show/composer that can be fully interpreted with strong acting choices. Performers may also sing from the show/role in which they are interested. Bring sheet music in the correct key; an accompanist will be provided but will not transpose. No charts, cd's or acapella auditions. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(Holmdel, NJ - AUDITIONS: September 4, 2014 between 7:00-10:00 pm for Open Casting Call at Duncan Smith Theater, 36 Crawford Corner Rd., Holmdel, NJ 07733) - Holmdel Theatre Company will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: THE LION IN WINTER by James Goldman. PROD, Rebecca Zaccagnino. Contract: Special appearance AEA contract available (Travel stipends available for extended travels). Performance Dates: November 1-16, 2014 (in Holmdel, NJ). Breakdown-- All Roles Are Open: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(Las Vegas, NV - AUDITIONS: September 4, 2014 at 11:00 am for Female Dancers at Venetian Hotel & Casino, Rock Of Ages Theatre, 3355 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109) - S2BN Entertainment & BASE Entertainment will be holding auditions for upcoming and future replacements for their upcoming production. Title: ROCK OF AGES. DIR, Kristin Hanggi; CHOREO, Kelly Devine; CSTG, Rachel Hoffman, Justin Huff. Contract: Equity Special Agreement ($805/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins October, 2014 (in Las Vegas, NV). Breakdown-- Ensemble Dancers: 13-39, female, any ethnicity. Fit, excellent dancers with strong modern/jazz technique; must sing; play various characters in the ensemble and understudy principal roles; Waitress/Ensemble Female #1: 20-29, female, Caucasian. Young, pretty; left her Midwestern family to pursue stardom in Los Angeles; innocent, naïve, with great comedic timing; Constance Sack/Ensemble Female #2: 30-39, female, any ethnicity. Strong comedic timing; excellent dancer and singer; solo dance feature in show; Angel/Ensemble Female #3: 20-29, female, any ethnicity. Young and sexy, strong vocals and a great dancer; pole dancing skills a plus. Prepare 16 bars of a pop/rock song. 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. Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(USA Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: September 4, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Adult Female Dancers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Adult Male Dancers at Ripley-Grier Studios, 520 Eighth Ave.) - Royal Shakespeare Company (UK) & Dodgers will be holding auditions for the national touring production. Title: MATILDA. DIR, Matthew Warchus; CHOREO, Peter Darling. Contract: Equity Production (League) Tier D Tour Contract (Current minimum $996/wk., salary level pending). Rehearsal Dates: Begins March 30, 2015. Tour Performance Dates: TBA. Breakdown-- Adult Ensemble: 18-39, males & females, any ethnicity. Vivid musical theater performers--must be strong singers and dancers to play older children, parents, and small character moments. Everyone must show government photo ID to enter building. Wear jazz pants or fitted sweat pants and bring sneakers or jazz shoes/jazz sneakers. Women should also bring a pair of heels. Also bring your book with a 16-32 bar cut of a contemporary musical theater song, just in case. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(Las Vegas, NV - AUDITIONS: September 4, 2014 between 3:00-5:00 pm for Equity Principal at Venetian Hotel & Casino, Rock Of Ages Theatre, 3355 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109) - S2BN Entertainment & BASE Entertainment will be holding auditions for upcoming and future replacements for their upcoming production. Title: ROCK OF AGES. DIR, Kristin Hanggi; CHOREO, Kelly Devine; CSTG, Rachel Hoffman, Justin Huff. Contract: Equity Special Agreement ($805/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins October, 2014 (in Las Vegas, NV). Breakdown-- Drew Dillenbeck: 20-29, male, any ethnicity. Young, handsome; great comedic timing and a strong rock tenor; desperately wants to be a rocker, but works as a bar back at the famous "Rock of Ages" club on the Sunset Strip until his dreams, however unrealistic, come true. Lead. Note: Also casting partial swing role; Sherrie Christian: 20-29, female, Caucasian. Has left her Midwestern family to pursue stardom in Los Angeles; innocent, naïve with great comedic timing; has a strong rock vocal and terrific movement. Note: Also casting partial swing role; Lonny Barnett: 20-49, male, any ethnicity. Very strong comedic timing and a commanding but comically strong rock vocal. Narrator with a slightly unflattering appearance, but doesn’t see it. Note: Also casting partial swing role; Dennis Dupree: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. Runs the famous "Rock of Ages" club on the Sunset Strip; caught between a rock and a hard place when German business men pressure him to sell his club; possibly heavyset, with very strong comedic timing. Note: Also casting partial swing role; Stacee Jaxx/Father: 40-59, male, Caucasian. Very sexy; at the top of his game and just left his very successful metal rock band to venture out on his own. Very strong comedic timing and a strong rock voice. Arrogant and charming, his life is a merry-go-round of sex, drugs and rock-n-roll. Will also play Sherrie’s father; Franz Klinemann: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Foppish German who is pressured by his father to work for his business. Small, shy, with good vocals and strong comedic timing. Note: Also casting partial swing role. Lead; Justice Charlier/Mother: 50+, female, African-American. Runs the strip club where Sherrie ends up when the going gets rough. Commanding, sultry, maternal, and a sexy madam with strong vocals and belt. Will also play Sherrie’s mother; Hertz Klinemann: 40-69, male, Caucasian. German businessman looking to take over Sunset Strip. Villain; needs to have a commanding presence with strong comedic timing and vocals. Needs to have a good German accent. Note: Also casting a partial swing role; Regina: 20-39, female, any ethnicity. Strong comedic timing; hilarious, tree-hugging fighter who will stop at nothing to protect the Sunset Strip; Mayor/Ensemble #1: 20-49, male, any ethnicity. Like the Dentist in "Little Shop Of Horrors"; strong comedic actor and singer. Must be comfortable with some dance/movement. Chorus / Ensemble; Joey Primo/Ensemble #2: 20-29, male, any ethnicity. Great singer and actor with a strong "rocker" vibe. Good mover. Will cover principal roles. Chorus / Ensemble; Waitress #1/Ensemble #1: 20-25, female, any ethnicity. Sassy, strong vocals and a great dancer. Covers Sherrie; Constance Sack/Ensemble #2: 25-29, female, any ethnicity. Strong comedic timing and excellent dancer and singer. Solo dance feature in show; Angel/Ensemble #3: 20-29, female, any ethnicity. Young and sexy, strong vocals and a great dancer. Pole dancing skills a plus. Prepare 16 bars of a pop/rock song; an accompanist will be provided. You may sing to a track if you prefer. 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. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: September 4, 2014 between 6:30-9:30 pm Open Casting Call [Registration between 6:00-8:00 pm] at St. Jean's Auditorium, 167 E. 75 St., New York, NY 10019) - For more information including full character breakdown, See: http://stjeansplayers.org. St Jeans Players will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: Rodgers & Hammerstein's CAROUSEL. DIR, Jay Fink. Performance Dates: November 7-23, 2014 (performs over three weekends in New York, NY). Breakdown-- Actors: 18-60, males & females, any ethnicity. To play various roles including Billy Bigelow, Julie Jordan, Carrie Pipperidge, Nettie Fowler, Enoch Snow, Jigger Craigin, and Mrs. Mullin. Lead; Experienced Dancers: 15-25, males & females, any ethnicity. Experienced dancers for seven-minute ballet sequence in which much of the story is told through dance, major dancing role for young women and slightly older man. Originally choreographed by Agnes de Mille. Dancers are also needed for other numbers in the show that feature the dancer's talents. Supporting; Chorus: 18-75, males & females, any ethnicity. For both singing/dancing and non-singing/non-dancing roles. Chorus / Ensemble. No appointment needed. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: September 5, 2014 between 9:30-5:30 pm for Equity Principal at Actors' Equity Association Audition Center, 165 W. 46th St., 16th flr., New York, NY 10036) - Title: ON A STOOL AT THE END OF THE BAR by Robert Callely. ART DIR/DIR, Michael Parva. Contract: Equity LOA-NYC Contract ($400 min./wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins October 20, 2014. Preview Dates: November 14, 2014. Performance Dates: November 19-December 14, 2014 (no performance Thanksgiving Day in New York, NY). Breakdown-- Tony: 40-49, male, any ethnicity. Italian American, fit, a bit macho, upper blue-collar, widower, committed, hardworking, father of three children, owner of a small local lumber & hardware business in the outskirts of Camden, NJ. A Robert De Niro at 40 type; Chris McCullough: 30-45, female, any ethnicity. A male to female transgender woman. Bright, attractive, well-built, quick-witted, loving. Has lived with Tony and his children for eight years; Joey: 17, male, any ethnicity. Tony's son, going to grow up to be like is father; Angie: 16, female, any ethnicity. Tony's daughter, sweet girl, adores Joey, protective of Mario; Mario: 13, male, any ethnicity. Tony's son, smart, still a little klutzy, can speak his mind; Michael McCullough: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Christine's older brother, from a middle-American working class family who has done better than his parents. He is generally unhappy, repressed and in an empty marriage; Dr. Johns: 60-69, male, any ethnicity. Psychiatrist/psychotherapist, caring and committed, sense of humor; Fr. O’Connor: 70-79, male, any ethnicity. A Roman Catholic priest, very dogmatic and conservative. Prepare a one minute contemporary monologue. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: September 5, 2014 between 6:30-9:30 pm Open Casting Call [Registration between 6:00-8:00 pm] at St. Jean's Auditorium, 167 E. 75 St., New York, NY 10019) - For more information including full character breakdown, See: http://stjeansplayers.org. St Jeans Players will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: Rodgers & Hammerstein's CAROUSEL. DIR, Jay Fink. Performance Dates: November 7-23, 2014 (performs over three weekends in New York, NY). Breakdown-- Actors: 18-60, males & females, any ethnicity. To play various roles including Billy Bigelow, Julie Jordan, Carrie Pipperidge, Nettie Fowler, Enoch Snow, Jigger Craigin, and Mrs. Mullin. Lead; Experienced Dancers: 15-25, males & females, any ethnicity. Experienced dancers for seven-minute ballet sequence in which much of the story is told through dance, major dancing role for young women and slightly older man. Originally choreographed by Agnes de Mille. Dancers are also needed for other numbers in the show that feature the dancer's talents. Supporting; Chorus: 18-75, males & females, any ethnicity. For both singing/dancing and non-singing/non-dancing roles. Chorus / Ensemble. No appointment needed. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(Metuchen, NJ - AUDITIONS: September 6, 2014 between 12:00 noon-6:00 pm for Open Casting Call at Forum Theatre, 314 Main St., Metuchen, NJ 08840) - Email: annaepaone@gmail.com with any questions or if you cannot make the auditions. For more information, See: http://www.dragonflyartsnj.com. Dragonfly Multicultural Arts Center will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: BLITHE SPIRIT. ART DIR/DIR, Catherine LaMoreaux. Rehearsal Dates: Begins Mid September, 2014 (nights & weekends). Performance Dates: October 30 & 31, 2014 (with possible extension to November 1, 2014 [Halloween weekend] in Metuchen, NJ). Breakdown-- All Roles Are Open: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Actors should have good comedic timing and be able to do British accents; particularly seeking non-Caucasian actors; high-school students with reliable transportation are welcome. No appointments necessary. Sides will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(Las Vegas, NV)(Los Angeles, CA - AUDITIONS: September 8, 2014 at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers who Sing & at 4:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers who Sing at 3rd Street Dance, 8558 West 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90048) - S2BN Entertainment & BASE Entertainment will be holding auditions for upcoming and future replacements for their upcoming production. Title: ROCK OF AGES. DIR, Kristin Hanggi; CHOREO, Kelly Devine; CSTG, Rachel Hoffman, Justin Huff. Contract: Equity Special Agreement ($805/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins October, 2014 (in Las Vegas, NV). Breakdown-- Ensemble Dancers: 18-45, males & females, any ethnicity. Unique and fit dancers with strong modern/jazz technique. Women should be sexy and in great shape. Dancers play various characters in the ensemble and will possibly understudy principal roles, therefore should also be great singers; Waitress #1/Ensemble #1: 20-29, female, Caucasian. Young, pretty girl who has left her Midwestern family to pursue stardom in Los Angeles. She is innocent, naïve with great comedic timing; Constance Sack/Ensemble #2: 20-39, female, any ethnicity. Strong comedic timing and excellent dancer and singer. Solo dance feature in show; Angel/Ensemble #3: 20-29, female, any ethnicity. Young and sexy, strong vocals, and a great dancer. Pole dancing skills a plus; Mayor/Ensemble #1: 20-49, male, African-American. Like the dentist in "Little Shop Of Horrors." Great character, strong comedic actor. Must be comfortable with some dance/movement. Great singer; Joey Primo/Ensemble #2: 20-29, male, any ethnicity. Great singer and actor with a strong "rocker" vibe. Good mover. Will cover principal roles. Come prepared to dance. Women should bring heels, knee pads, and 16 bars of a pop/rock song in case asked to stay and sing. Open call. Sign up on the day of auditions. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. We are seeking an ethnically diverse ensemble. All ethnicities are encouraged to attend. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(Chicago, IL - AUDITIONS: September 8, 2014 between 4:00-9:00 pm By Appointment for Online Auditions [Monologues & Songs]) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: tmscasting@gmail.com. No phone calls. Eta Creative Arts Foundation will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: IF SCROOGE WAS A BROTHER. CSTG, Tamara Sibley. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 16, 2014 (in Chicago, IL). Breakdown-- Ebenezer: 40-60, male, African-American. Plain looking, solid build, good stature, wealthy yet unhappy, actor must be comfortable in his body and have strong physical and vocal dexterity. Note: This role does not require a solo voice, but actor must be able to sing along with the cast. Lead; Cratchet: 35-45, male, any ethnicity. Singer, a faithful husband, doting father, hardworking, loving, a family man, underpaid, poor, trapped in dead-end job and every decision he makes has consequences for those he loves. Note: This actor may double as Marley. Supporting; Tiny Tim or Tina: 10-13, males & females, African-American. Singer, bright, upbeat, articulate, wheelchair-bound, fights to stay positive despite his economic environment compounded with bullying and gang harassment in school, actor should be able to sing well, director will consider older actor who can play a teen believably. Supporting; Mrs. Cratchet: 30-40, female, African-American. Spirited singer, positive, loves life, the childhood sweetheart of Mr. Cratchet and the heart of the family. Note: Will double as Christmas Past. Supporting; Belinda/Martha: 16-20, female, African-American. Strong singer, must be an excellent character actor and will doubles as Shopkeepers, Fran, Belle, and Fred's Party Guest. Supporting; Fred: 25-30, male, African-American. Singer, gregarious, hopeful, supportive, humanitarian, he and his wife are committed to helping the less fortunate, bass/baritone preferred. Note: Will double as the Voice of Fezziwig, Christmas Present, Shopkeeper and possibly Marley. Supporting; Ida: 25-30, female, African-American. Excellent character actor, will double as Shopkeeper, Christmas Past, and Christmas Future. Supporting. Prepare two contrasting monologues, one comedic and one dramatic, 90-seconds each. Prepare 16 bars of two contrasting musical selections from the following list: "Silent Night" and "Joy to The World" or "O Holy Night" and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: September 8, 2014 for Equity Principal By Appointment at Urban Stages Theatre, 259 West 30th St.) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: shatter@decasting.com (Stating 'Shatter/Role' in the Subject line). Urban Stages will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: SHATTER by Trina Davies. AP, Peter Napolitano; ART DIR, Frances Hill; DIR, Susan Fenichell; CSTG, Daryl Eisenberg. Contract: Equity LOA-NYC Contract ($300/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 23, 2014. Performance Dates: October 18-November 16, 2014 (in New York, NY). Breakdown-- Anna Maclean: 18-20, female, Caucasian. To play age 16-17, Scottish descent. On the brink of womanhood, giddy with the prospects of her first crush. Falls in love and loses her senses, like all teenagers, regardless of time/place. Strong-willed, but easily swayed by her heart; Jennie Maclean: 30-39, female, Caucasian. Scottish descent. Anna's devoted single, over-protective mother. Socially repressed, following the disaster that blinds her, she goes from open-hearted and functional to withdrawn, isolated, and paranoid with flashes of violence; Elsie Shultz: 50-59, female, Caucasian. Widow devoted to the memory of her husband; seeks great solace there; Brian Davidson: 18-20, male, Caucasian. Scottish descent. Recent recruit to the military. Still finding his way in to manhood. A loyal soldier, doing what the job entails. Although he wants to take care of Anna as he becomes devoted to her, his job is his top priority. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(New York, NY)(Los Angeles, CA - AUDITIONS: September 8, 2014 By Appointment) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: thekingandicasting@gmail.com. Lincoln Center Theater will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: Rodgers and Hammerstein's THE KING AND I. AP, Ira Weitzman; ART DIR, Andre Bishop; DIR, Bartlett Sher; CHOREO, Christopher Gattelli; MUSIC DIR, Ted Sperling; CSTG, Abbie Brady-Dalton. Contract: Equity Production Contract. Rehearsal Dates: Begins January, 2015. Performance Dates: Spring, 2015 (at the Vivian Beaumont Theater in New York, NY). Breakdown-- King of Siam: 40-60, male, Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander. Siamese, a powerful and elegant leader struggling to bring Siam into the modern era without losing control of traditions and power. Lead; Lady Thiang: 35-45, female, Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander. Head wife of the King and mother of the Crown Prince, steady influence in the court, strong, discreet, and loving. Supporting; Lun Tha: 20-30, male, Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander. Burmese, emissary to the Prince of Burma, courageous yet doomed lover of Tuptim. Supporting; Tuptim: 18-30, female, Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander. Burmese, a gift to the King from the Prince of Burma, and doomed lover of Lun Tha, beautiful, daring, and rebellious. Supporting; Kralahome: 45-70, male, Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander. Siamese, right-hand man to and advisor of The King, a strong traditionalist, imposing, professional, and deeply loyal. Supporting; Prince Chulalongkorn: 11-16, male, Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander. Siamese, Crown Prince of Siam and one of Anna’s most vocal and opinionated students. Supporting. Be prepared to sing a short traditional musical theater song a cappella that shows off your voice. Bring sheet music for your song in the event that you are asked to sing along with piano accompaniment. You may be asked to stay for a few hours. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(Chicago, IL - AUDITIONS: September 9, 2014 between 4:00-9:00 pm By Appointment for Online Auditions [Monologues & Songs]) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: tmscasting@gmail.com. No phone calls. Eta Creative Arts Foundation will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: IF SCROOGE WAS A BROTHER. CSTG, Tamara Sibley. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 16, 2014 (in Chicago, IL). Breakdown-- Ebenezer: 40-60, male, African-American. Plain looking, solid build, good stature, wealthy yet unhappy, actor must be comfortable in his body and have strong physical and vocal dexterity. Note: This role does not require a solo voice, but actor must be able to sing along with the cast. Lead; Cratchet: 35-45, male, any ethnicity. Singer, a faithful husband, doting father, hardworking, loving, a family man, underpaid, poor, trapped in dead-end job and every decision he makes has consequences for those he loves. Note: This actor may double as Marley. Supporting; Tiny Tim or Tina: 10-13, males & females, African-American. Singer, bright, upbeat, articulate, wheelchair-bound, fights to stay positive despite his economic environment compounded with bullying and gang harassment in school, actor should be able to sing well, director will consider older actor who can play a teen believably. Supporting; Mrs. Cratchet: 30-40, female, African-American. Spirited singer, positive, loves life, the childhood sweetheart of Mr. Cratchet and the heart of the family. Note: Will double as Christmas Past. Supporting; Belinda/Martha: 16-20, female, African-American. Strong singer, must be an excellent character actor and will doubles as Shopkeepers, Fran, Belle, and Fred's Party Guest. Supporting; Fred: 25-30, male, African-American. Singer, gregarious, hopeful, supportive, humanitarian, he and his wife are committed to helping the less fortunate, bass/baritone preferred. Note: Will double as the Voice of Fezziwig, Christmas Present, Shopkeeper and possibly Marley. Supporting; Ida: 25-30, female, African-American. Excellent character actor, will double as Shopkeeper, Christmas Past, and Christmas Future. Supporting. Prepare two contrasting monologues, one comedic and one dramatic, 90-seconds each. Prepare 16 bars of two contrasting musical selections from the following list: "Silent Night" and "Joy to The World" or "O Holy Night" and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". (Posted: September 2, 2014)

(Jacksonville, FL - AUDITIONS: September 15, 2014 between 1:00-5:00 pm for Equity Principal Equity Chorus Call at Alhambra Dinner Theatre, 12000 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32246) - Alhambra Dinner Theatre will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: THE DROWSY CHAPERONE. DIR, Tod Booth; CHOREO, James Kinney; MUSIC DIR, Cathy Murphy. Equity Dinner Theatre/Alhambra DT Agreement. Note: Housing is available for a limited number of actors ($599/wk. min.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins October 13, 2014. Performance Dates: October 22-November 23, 2014 (in Jacksonville, FL). Breakdown-- Equity Actors/Singers/Dancers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. For principal roles and chorus; strong versatile singers and dancers. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. No advance appointments. Equity performers seen on a first come, first serve basis. Non-union actors will be seen, if time permits. Prepare a song in the classic musical theater style. You may be asked to learn a dance combination. Bring jazz and tap shoes, if possible. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: September 2, 2014)
  

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(Houston, TX - AUDITIONS: September 1, 2014 between 12:00 noon-5:00 pm By Appointment) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: LoboVistaCasting@gmail.com. Title: RAISING OLIVIA, a Short Film. DIR, Manny Mireles; SCR, Kevin Brennan, Manny Mireles. Shoot Dates: September 13-14, 2014 (in Houston, TX). STORY: A man yet again reaches his "fork in the road" and must decide on the proper path or risk losing everything he most holds dear. Breakdown-- Olivia (Age 8): 7-10, female, any ethnicity. Sweet and precocious little girl who loves her father. Supporting; Olivia (Age 13): 12-15, female, any ethnicity. Same girl, rife with teenage angst, animosity, and deep seeded sense of loss. Supporting. Ideally looking for sisters who can play the same character at two different ages. However, we are happy to consider all actors who believe they can play the part and will attempt to match accordingly. (Posted: September 1, 2014)

(New Orleans, LA)(Slidell, LA - AUDITIONS: September 3, 2014 between 10:00 am-5:00 pm for Open Casting Call at Slidell Municipal Auditorium, 2056 2nd St., Slidell, LA 70460) - Title: OUR BRAND IS CRISIS, a Feature Film. CAST, Sandra Bullock, George Clooney; EXEC PROD, Sandra Bullock; PROD, George Clooney; DIR, David Gordon Green. Contract: Some pay. Shoot Dates: Fall, 2014 (in New Orleans, LA). STORY: The film is based on the 2005 documentary of the same name, which focuses on the use of American political campaign strategies in South America. Breakdown-- Bolivian Extras: 18+, males & females, Hispanic, Native-American. To play Bolivians. Background / Extra. Note: You must bring the necessary documents to fill out an I-9 form. (Posted: September 1, 2014)

(Dallas, TX - AUDITIONS: September 4, 2014 By Appointment) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: steve@steverileypictures.com. Website: http://www.steverileypictures.com. Title: PAUSES, a Feature Film. DIR/SCR, Steve Riley. Contract: This is a SAG-AFTRA production (Some pay). Shoot Dates: October 24-26, 2014 (in Dallas & Ft. Worth, TX). STORY: The film is about Michael West, a world class artist, finds true love elusive when he discovers women have become a mirror image of his younger self midst the backdrop of the Semana Santa processions in Spain. Breakdown-- Michael: 60-64, male, any ethnicity. Fine art photographer, spent his younger years using women and not being emotionally present, has a catharsis and wants change. Lead; Molly: 38-50, female, any ethnicity. Very attractive singer, appears at first to be spiritually grounded, but is a lonely soul who uses men to find temporary happiness and security. Lead; Sister Philomena: 35-45, female, any ethnicity. Cancer survivor, former wife of Michael for twenty years, a beautiful former stage actress and singer, who would have been a movie star had she not given her heart to Michael. Supporting; Kathleen: 45-50, female, any ethnicity. Very classy gallery director (think former Vassar girl), with a great business sense. Supporting; Young Michael: 10, male, any ethnicity. Dark hair, wide range of emotion. Supporting; Ann: 45-60, female, any ethnicity. Diva stage actress, artistic dresser, a former lover of Michael. Supporting; Kristin: 32-35, female, any ethnicity. Assistant for Michael, obsessed with him, artsy, sexy unique look, somewhat quirky. Supporting; Louise: 50-65, female, any ethnicity. Very Highland Park old money, Texas accent, collects art with her husband, a bit pedantic, she knows enough about art to be dangerous. Supporting; Cassidy: 18, female, any ethnicity. Cute cheerleader type, wide range of emotion. Supporting; Sophia: 12, female, any ethnicity. Daughter of Michael, wide range of emotion. Supporting; Waitress in Spain: 35-40, female, any ethnicity. Has an Andalusian Gypsy quality, darker skin with light eyes. Supporting; Doctor: 65-70, male, any ethnicity. Explains Elizabeth’s condition, technical and clinical in approach. Supporting; Catholic Priest: 50-80, male, any ethnicity. Silver hair, performs Mass and Communion. Supporting; Bob: 50-59, male, any ethnicity. Oil man who runs his own drilling outfit, Texas accent. Supporting; Hedge Fund Manager: 45-49, male, any ethnicity. Sharp dresser, aggressive, self indulgent. Supporting; Grandparents: 65-70, males & females, any ethnicity. Supporting. (Posted: September 1, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: September 5, 2014 between 12:00 noon-4:30 pm at Film Society of Lincoln Center, Roy Furman Gallery, 165 W. 65th St., New York, NY 10023) - Title: DON'T BE LIKE ROY' CAMPAIGN, a Feature Film. DIR, Julianna Schley. Contract: $50/day during production. Rehearsal Dates: Late September-Early October, 2014. Shoot Dates: Late October, 2014 (in New York, NY). STORY: The film is about two ex-lovers, Natalie Tavern and Roy Sperry, separately struggle to overcome their issues of control. Breakdown-- Natalie Tavern: 26-45, female, any ethnicity. A controlling woman who becomes increasingly convinced that her younger lover is a doppelganger version of her ex-boyfriend, Roy. Her desperation to prevent the past from repeating shows that she has been deeply wounded. Natalie shows signs of delusion to the point of possibly being schizophrenic. Lead; Roy Sperry: 26-45, male, any ethnicity. A neurotic movie theater projectionist who is terrified by the changing landscape of the film industry. His fear increases when he gets emotionally involved with a younger woman whose presence threatens his simple lifestyle. Roy has a phobic and avoidant personality disorder. A lot of his anxiety is manifested in feelings of inadequacy and his debilitating phobia of vomiting. Lead; Mitch Buckley: 18-26, male, any ethnicity. The most malleable character in the movie, and Natalie Tavern's younger love interest. He takes on the various personalities assigned to him by those around him, which is no doubt what Natalie finds intriguing when she first meets him. His mutable personality lends itself to her delusion that he is a doppelganger version of her ex-boyfriend Roy. Supporting; Charlotte Bell: 22-26, female, any ethnicity. A self-proclaimed art guru and the beautiful love interest of Roy. Due to her privileged upbringing as the daughter of two wealthy artists, Charlie never developed much compassion for others. She fiercely criticizes those who do not pursue their passion without realizing the obstacles others have to face to realize their dreams. Supporting. (Posted: September 1, 2014)

(Lewisburg & Williamsport, PA) - Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: jessica@FistInPostFilms.com. Title: OLD BABY, Feature Film. PROD, Jessica Paquin; DIR/SCR, Steve Gibson. STORY: While reporter Jon Edens is researching for a book about people that have closed themselves off from the outside world (shut-ins), he stumbles upon a curious woman named Adelaide. Her stern, morally over-zealous upbringing within a cult-like communal group known only as "The Family" shaped her early years and has caused her to be emotionally undeveloped in relating to the outside world. Jon finds out that, shortly after the birth of her only son, a horrific house fire claimed the lives of Adelaide's husband and a community midwife. Knowing the evidence would point to her as the alleged murderer, she collected up her son and fled from the judgment of the community. Since that time she has been holed-up as a long-term renter at a distant, off-road motel. It is there that obsession is sparked and dark secrets are illuminated. Secrets that she would die for - or kill to protect. Breakdown-- Abram: 40-65, male, Caucasian. Seeking actor to portray zealous farmer (think Amish without the beard). One day shoot in Millheim, PA on September 8, 2014. Pivotal character in feature film. Non union. Supporting; Mitchell: 45-65, male, Caucasian, African-American, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race. Seeking actor to play tough, over bearing newspaper editor for independent feature film. Non union. Two days filming in Sunbury, PA in September 6 & 14, 2014. Supporting; Barry Whitehouse: 40-60, male, Caucasian, African-American, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race. A private eye with a Steve Buscemi kind of a look. Smarmy and dry. Needed for filming on September 7, 2014 in Sunbury, PA. Supporting. (Posted: September 1, 2014)

(San Antonio, TX - AUDITIONS: September 6, 2014 between 9:00 am-1:00 pm By Appointment at Starbucks, 255 Basse Rd., Ste. 700, San Antonio, TX 78209) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: deimoscinema@gmail.com. Title: ZATANNA, a Feature Film. DIR, Michael Colburn, Veronica Orosco; SCR, Jessica Herrera, Michael Colburn. Shoot Dates: September 13-14, 2014 (in San Antonio, TX). STORY: Zatanna feels that the only way to meet her fathers legacy is to become what she felt was never the right way to meet her fathers standards. Breakdown-- Mikey: 25+, male, any ethnicity. Greaseball villain that used to be a associated with Oscar Hemphill. Supporting; Oscar Hemphill: 25+, male, any ethnicity. Voice actor needed only. Supporting; Henchmen: 18-59, male, any ethnicity. Must be large to convey comic book style villains. Supporting; Extras: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Needed for a theater scene, dress up required. Background / Extra. (Posted: September 1, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: September 13, 2014 between 1:00-6:00 pm for Open Casting Call at Todman Center, 35 W. 4th St., New York, NY 10012) - For more information about the film, See: https://www.facebook.com/Jobethemovie/timeline. Title: JOBE, a Feature Film. PROD, Alanna Harrington; DIR, Seong-Tae Han. Shoot Dates: Over the Fall, 2014 & Spring, 2015 (in New York, NY). STORY: The film is about a man who emigrates from Korea to America and through the events of life's trials and tragedies, questions his values and struggles to find his resolve. Breakdown-- Jobe: 26-36, male, Asian. He was burned by boiling water on half of his body, excluding his face, when he was age four; although kids made fun of Jobe's appearance and physical inabilities, he realized he could beat others in school; he goes to Harvard for his undergraduate education and finishes his education at UNC with a PhD in Environmental Sciences. He gets the "right" education and marries the "right" girl and gets the "right" job, but he puts all his energy into his career, ignoring his family; when his career is taken from him, he struggles to recover, but discovers the real Jobe is not identified by his career. Lead; Rachel: 26-36, female, Asian. She grew up in a patriarchal household; she was taught how to be the perfect housewife: look beautiful, be excellent at cooking and cleaning. She marries the "right" guy who is supposed to get the "right" job and together they would live the American dream, but as her ideal future grows increasingly impossible, Rachel is forced to work a day job and soon questions her identity as a housewife. Supporting. (Posted: September 1, 2014)

(Fitchburg, MA - AUDITIONS: September 13, 2014 between 10:30 am-3:30 pm at Fitchburg Public Library, 610 Main St., Fitchburg, MA 01420) - Title: CHARLIE & POPPY, a Short Film. PROD, Mary Baker. Shoot Dates: October 31-November 2, 2014 (in North Conway, NH). STORY: Over the span of 20 years, a boy and his grandfather enjoy simple yet magical moments on a train station platform, creating a bond that extends to the next generation. Breakdown-- Charlie: 4-7, male, Caucasian. A vibrant child with an old soul whose favorite past time is watching trains and eating forbidden fast food with his grandfather. Lead. Note: This role will only be needed for one day of shooting. Must be able to travel to location; Charlie: 8-12, male, Caucasian. A vibrant child with an old soul whose favorite past time is watching trains and eating forbidden fast food with his grandfather. Lead. Note: This role will only be needed for one day of shooting. Must be able to travel to location; Charlie: 13-16, male, Caucasian. Still takes time out of his life to join his grandfather for lunch at the train station, even though he thinks he might be getting a little too old for trains. Lead. Note: This role will only be needed for one day of shooting. Must be able to travel to location; Noah: 4-6, male, any ethnicity. A vibrant child with an old soul whose favorite past time is watching trains and eating forbidden fast food with his father (Charlie). Supporting. Note: This role will only be needed for one day of shooting. Must be able to travel to location. Prepare a monologue approximately one-minute in length and the audition scene for the age range you will be auditioning for. (Posted: September 1, 2014)

(Greenville, SC - AUDITIONS: September 13, 2014 between 9:30 am-12:00 noon for Open Casting Call at Downtown Greenville Library, 25 Heritage Green Place, Greenville, SC 29601) - Title: UNTITLED, a Short Film. PROD, Sandra Woodruff. Breakdown-- Bobby: 23-25, male, Caucasian. Supporting; Tommy: 25-30, male, any ethnicity. Supporting; Andrea: 30-46, female, African-American. Supporting; Gloria: 25-30, female, African-American. Supporting. (Posted: September 1, 2014)

(San Antonio, TX - AUDITIONS: September 13, 2014 between 1:00-7:00 pm By Appointment ) - Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: offtheblockscasting@gmail.com. Website: http://www.hugmeink.com. Title: OFF THE BLOCKS, a Feature Film. DIR/SCR, N.B. Holstein. Shoot Dates: November 18, 2014-March 31, 2015 (mostly weekends in San Antonio, TX). STORY: The film is aboput the life of an inspiring swimmer and his journey living with a mental illness: from childhood, getting diagnosed and all that came with being diagnosed and to current life. Breakdown-- Swimmers: 15-20, males & females, any ethnicity. Swimming experience required. Background / Extra. (Posted: September 1, 2014)

(Austin, TX - AUDITIONS: September 15, 2014 between 1:00-8:00 pm By Appointment ) - Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: willymcgee88@gmail.com. Title: ICE BREAKER, a Feature Film. SCR, Daniel Davis. Shoot Dates: Begins October 10, 2014 (in Austin, TX). STORY: The film is about a young man who moves to the tech Capitol to sell his app and find his feet. Breakdown-- Kevin Cassidy: 18-24, male, any ethnicity. Type of guy that introduces himself by his full name, every time, reserved personality yet he tries really hard to be cool. Supporting; Layla: 18-24, female, any ethnicity. Female lead’s best friend, strong sense of humor, accommodating to the soul. Supporting; Kevin's Mother: 30+, female, any ethnicity. Hopeful, proud. Supporting; Eric: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Supporting; Scott: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Supporting; Nick: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Epitome of hipster, boos at poetry slams. Supporting; Hostel Manager: 25+, males & females, any ethnicity. Supporting; Shea's Dad: 30+, male, any ethnicity. Business minded antagonist. Supporting; Linda: 30+, female, any ethnicity. Classic Mom. Supporting; Homeless Man: 30+, male, any ethnicity. Paranoid. Supporting; Vintage Sales Assistant: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Supporting; Waiter: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Doubtful, skeptical, tired. Supporting; Garage Sale Homeowner: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Native Texan, words of wisdom. Supporting; Bar Manager: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Supporting; Stage Musicians: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Supporting; Fashion Designer: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Supporting; Job Interview Employer: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Supporting; Extravagant Pedi Cabbers: 18+, males & females, any ethnicity. Background / Extra; Door Guy: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Supporting; Kid: 8-12, males & females, any ethnicity. Eats pizza. Supporting. (Posted: September 1, 2014)

(Indianapolis, IN)(Chicago, IL - AUDITIONS: September, 2014) - Email photographs, resumes, two recent references from your last two projects & demo reels ASAP to: chris@racsocomics.com. For more information, See: http://www.racsocomics.com. Title: AFTER THE FIRE, a Short Film. Contract: Non- Union ($100/day. Travel, food, lodging provided). Shoot Dates: November 1-2, 2014 (in Indianapolis, IN). Breakdown-- Brian Shively: 18-22, male, Caucasian, physically fit, muscular. Hero, Protagonist – A 17 year old man whose only concerns are graduating high school and getting a date with Selena Rodriguez. Everything he knows and believes is about to change. Lead; Keith Nance: 18-22, male, Caucasian, physically fit. Antagonist. A jaded soul tormented by bullies and life, Keith’s outlook is more gritty and surreal. Had been Brian’s best friend since they were toddlers, Keith is jaded by family conflict and a system that belittles instead of champions. Lead; Selena Rodriguez: 18-22, Hispanic. The gorgeous homecoming queen; every girl wants to be her while every guy wants her. Her beauty radiates from within, inspiring Brian from afar for a number of years. Supporting. (Posted: September 1, 2014)

(Austin, TX) - Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: casting@muttproductions.com. Website: http://www.muttproductions.com. Title: THE GREEN GHOST, a Feature Film. DIR, Aaron Lopez; SCR, Rafael Antonio Ruiz. Contract: Some pay, plus film credit and meals will be provided. Shoot Dates: October 1-November 28, 2014 (in Austin, TX). STORY: The film is about a car salesman who, as a child, was accidentally given superpowers from coming into contact with Aztec crystals and now has to overcome self-doubt in order to utilize those powers to fight off the fabled Lechusa, an Evil Titan of Industry and their gang of supercharged Aztec warriors, hell bent on using the crystals to bring back Montezuma. Breakdown-- Professor Drake: 45-60, male, Caucasian. Professor of Aztec History and Culture, takes work very seriously. Supporting; Nana: 40-59, female, Hispanic. Caregiver and superhero. Supporting; Drake Jr.: 14-16, male, Caucasian. Fidgety, bored teenager. Supporting; Marco: 10-12, male, Hispanic. Sweet boy coming to terms with his super powers. Supporting; Lechusa: 20-30, female, Hispanic. Powerful, dangerous witch, able to shape-shift, a great beauty with long dark hair. Supporting; Charlie: 10, male, Caucasian. Nervous, kind young kid who loves his Nana. Supporting; Melissa: 30-35, female, any ethnicity. Well-dressed society woman, despondent step-mother. Supporting; Master Gin: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Likes to drink gin, has a great sense of humor and a mischievous streak. Supporting; Master Somchai: 18+, male, Asian, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander. Prickly personality. Supporting; Master Yeoh: 18+, female, Asian. Severe looking. Supporting; Master Reis: 18+, male, Hispanic. Cocky, energetic, master of Jiu Jitsu. Supporting; Tector: 60-69, male, Hispanic. Homeless, hangs around the car dealership to help clean-up. Supporting; Sergio: 60-69, male, any ethnicity. Kindly car salesman by day, protector of Charlie by night. Supporting; Karina: 25-34, female, any ethnicity. Stunning, tough, investigative reporter for local news, speaks Spanish. Supporting; Drake: 30-39, male, Caucasian. Bored, all grown up and just as spoiled, sleek, but without an ounce of humility. Supporting; Raquel: 30-39, female, any ethnicity. High powered attorney for Drake, hired to handle his will. Supporting; Bull: 30-39, male, any ethnicity. Hulking New Jersey enforcer for Drake, may not be as dumb as he seems. Supporting; Dr. Mente: 30+, male, any ethnicity. Demur, researcher on powerful Aztec Crystals. Supporting; Dr. Blasco: 30+, male, any ethnicity. Researcher on powerful Aztec Crystals, gets a little too close to his research and learns first hand what it is like to have their superpowers. Supporting; Marco: 30-39, male, any ethnicity. The sweet boy we met as a child has grown into a severe looking warrior, reluctantly sent to train Charlie. Supporting; Seamstress: 20-39, female, South Asian. Unearthly beauty, poise, grace, fighter. Supporting; Sumo Wrestler: 18-49, male, Asian. Supporting. (Posted: September 1, 2014)

(Washington, DC) - Email photographs resumes & two Shakespearean monologues with links ASAP to: learfirst@gmail.com (Shakespeare reel required. Reels and links to other online work also accepted). Title: KING LEAR, a Feature Film. DIR, Alexander Barnett. Contract: SAG-AFTRA New Media Agreement (Pay provided for shoot days. Must have own housing and transportation). Rehearsal & Shoot Dates: Late fall, 2014-January, 2015 (in Washington, DC). Breakdown-- Gloucester: 55-65, male, any ethnicity. Selfish, self-absorbed, cynical and credulous; judges everything by appearance; ultimately proves to be a brave and decent man. Lead; Edmund: 26-32, male, any ethnicity. Next to Iago, Shakespeare’s greatest actor; charming, amoral, cold-blooded, and totally objective. Lead; Goneril: 28-38, female, any ethnicity. One of the most progressive and contemporary women in all of Shakespeare; fiercely independent, ambitious, assertive, utterly ruthless, and determined; counts on no one except Edmund. Lead. (Posted: September 1, 2014)
  

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