Acting, Auditions, Casting Calls, Dance, Film, Jobs, Modeling, Movie, Music, Photography, Stage, Television, Theatre, TV, Actor, Actress, Crew, Dancer, Models, Musician, Photographer, Singer, Modeling Agency
MY Entertainment WORLD
UPCOMING AUDITIONS
NEW LISTING
How To
Subscribe
Member Area Login
Plan "A" | Plan "B"
Plan "C" | Plan "D"
Advertising
Information
Click to place your ad here!
Do You have A Company Profile Or Personnel Profile Listing With
1esource
1ESource - Entertainment Directory
International Modeling Guide
IMG - International Modeling Guide
UPCOMING 
FEATURE FILMS
New Listing
Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Date - TBA
Submit Listing & Updates
Sample Listing
TV PRODUCTION
EVENTS
New Listing
TV Movie
TV Pilot / TV Mini Series
TV Series
Submit Listing & Updates
Sample Listing
CALENDAR
OF EVENTS
View Listing
Submit Listing & Updates
UPCOMING
AUDITIONS
New Listing
Chorus Call
Cruiseship/ Theme Parks
Dance
Film & TV
Other
Stage
Submit Listing & Updates
UPCOMING EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITES
Club Talent/Comedians
For Sale Or To Buy
Investor Wanted
Jobs Wanted
Magazine/Newspaper
Make-Up/Hair Stylist
Models
Motion Picture
Musicians/Singers/Band/
Composer
News & Press Releases
Other
Photographer/Videographer
Radio
Sales
Screenplays/Scripts For Sale
Television
Theatre
Writers
Submit Listing & Updates
Who Reads & Subscribes to MEW?
Disclaimer
PRODUCTION CHART KEY
Abbreviations: CAST - Actor/s - Actress/es; EXEC PROD - Executive Producer; CO-EXEC PROD - Co-Executive Producer; SUPR PROD - Supervising Producer; PROD - Producer; CO-PROD - Co-Producer; AP - Associate Producer; DIR - Director; SCR/WRTR - Screen Writer; CSTG - Casting Director; EX-CSTG - Extras Casting Director. All Casting Notices Printed in MY Entertainment WORLD Are Free.  MY Entertainment WORLD reserves the right to refuse to print any casting notice. Please send all new listing, additions, deletions and changes to: CASTING NOTICES. Or by mail to: MY Entertainment WORLD, Attn: C/N, P.O.Box 523, Melbourne, FL 32902-0523. USA.
Posted on April 16, 2014
   
(Hong Kong)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 22, 2014 at 10:00 am Open Call [Registration at 9:00 am] at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for female dancers who resemble "Ariel" from the Disney movie "The Little Mermaid" for performances at Hong Kong Disneyland. Contract: Six months contracts begin Fall, 2014 (in Hong Kong). Benefits include roundtrip airfare, individual housing with paid utilities, shuttle service to and from work, medical and dental coverage, paid vacations and sick days, competitive salary and a daily living allowance. Breakdown-- Female Dancers: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Well-rounded background in jazz and ballet, tumbling and gymnastic ability is a plus, should resemble the character "Ariel". Note: Performers must be at least 18 years of age and willing to relocate to Hong Kong for the duration of the contract. Wear form fitting attire that shows silhouette. Be warmed up and ready to begin at time listed. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 16, 2014)

(Hong Kong)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 22, 2014 at 2:00 pm Open Call [Registration at 1:30 pm] at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for vocalists for musical productions at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort to include FESTIVAL OF THE LION KING, THE GOLDEN MICKEYS & WELCOME WAGON STREET SHOW. Contract: Six months contracts begin Fall, 2014 (in Hong Kong). Benefits include roundtrip airfare, individual housing with paid utilities, shuttle service to and from work, medical and dental coverage, paid vacations and sick days, competitive salary and a daily living allowance. Breakdown-- Simba: 18-96, male, any ethnicity. Youthful African prince destined to become King, moves well, pop tenor. Lead; Nala: 18-64, female, any ethnicity. Beautiful African princess, moves well, pop soprano. Lead; Scar: 18-64, male, any ethnicity. Evil uncle to Simba, menacing presence, baritone. Supporting; Storyteller: 18-64, female, any ethnicity. African host who tells the story of The Lion King, soulful pop alto. Supporting; Belle: 18-64, female, any ethnicity. 5'5"-5'7", heroine from the Disney animated classic "Beauty and the Beast," soprano. Supporting; Miss Kitty: 18-64, female, any ethnicity. Singer-actress-street performer, moves well, sultry and spirited proprietress of the local saloon in the new gold mining town of Grizzly Gulch, brassy alto, strong G below middle C to C (possibly a mixed C#). Prepare two 16 bar selections of a song that best showcase your vocal range, and provide clearly marked sheet music in the correct key for the accompanist. Prerecorded accompaniment tracks or a cappella auditions are not allowed. Be prepared to learn a movement combination. Note: For all roles, you must be at least 18+ and willing to relocate to Hong Kong for the length of the contract. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 16, 2014)

(Cruise Ship) - For more information, See: Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for singers and dancers for all new productions aboard Holland America Line’s Westerdam and Eurodam luxury ships. EXEC PROD, Ryan Stana; CSTG, Franklyn Warfield. Contract: $600-1,000/wk., plus travel and lodging provided. Rehearsal Dates: Take place in August, 2014 (Westerdamin New York, NY) & October, 2014 (Eurodam in New York, NY). Performance Dates: October 2014-April 2015 (Westerdam in New York, NY) & December, 2014-June, 2015 (Eurodam in New York, NY) & . (All Dates / Locations are subject to change):

New York, NY - April 28, 2014 at 10:00 am for Female Singers & at 2:00 pm for Male Singers at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - April 29, 2014 at 10:00 am for Female Dancers & at 2:00 pm for Male Dancers at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Breakdown-- Singers, Singer/Dancers & Dancers: 21-40, males & females, any ethnicity. All performers must be 21 or over at the time of audition. Singers and Singer/Dancers: Prepare 16 bars of a pop/rock or contemporary musical theatrer song showing range and personality. Bring sheet music in correct key; an accompanist will be provided. You may be called back to move later the same day; bring dance clothes/shoes. Dancers: A brief dance combination will be taught. Bring form-fitting dance attire (women bring heels and flats). Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 16, 2014)

(Cruise Ship) - Email current telephone numbers/email address, a professional resume, a headshot & a link to an online reel ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Reels should be uploaded via YouTube or Vimeo and should highlight strong technique in ballet, jazz and musical theater expertise, as well as any adagio/partnering and acrobatic experience. Performance footage and studio footage are welcome. Reels should also include two song selections: one up-tempo and one ballad. If suitable, talent will be contacted to complete a vocal e-audition. Crystal Cruises is seeking legitimate musical theater male dancers who sing. Contract: Paid rehearsal and vacation; open-ended performance contracts; medical benefits; onboard officer status with single cabin; elegant six-star cruising worldwide destinations. Lodging and transportation are provided for the rehearsal period. Rehearsal Dates: TBD for a 5-6 weeks period in Los Angeles, CA; thereafter, deployment to the ship for onboard rehearsals and put-ins before live performances commence. Breakdown-- Singer/Dancers: 21-40, male, 5'10"-6'2", any ethnicity. Chorus / Ensemble. (Posted: April 16, 2014)

(Cruise Ships) - Submit photographs & resumes ASAP to: Submit cover letter, photographs, demo or video of performance and contact information through: Details Are only Available By Subscription. is casting for the productions of CALIFORNIA DREAM & SUNSHINE PARADISE onboard a Scandinavian cruise line. Creative director states: "Dance Factory Productions creates, produces and manages premium entertainment operations at Scandinavian sea including variety and cabaret style floor shows to Las Vegas style productions. Our production company provides exciting opportunities to entertainers working in Scandinavia and to be apart of the European entertainment industry. Our creative team is always seeking the best talent from around the world as our goal is to create spectacular shows onboard Tallink Silja vessels in Scandinavia". Contract: $3000/month, plus travel expenses & accommodation are provided. Rehearsal Dates: May 5-31, 2014 (in Tallinn & Estonia). Performance Dates: June 1-August 31, 2014 (on a Scandinavian cruise in route to Riga/Latvia, Stockholm/Sweden & Turku/Finland). Note: There are no off days. Breakdown-- Singers: 20-35, males & females, Caucasian, African-American, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent. Professional, seasoned singers with various vocal styles to include: Pop/Rock, R&B, Contemporary Musical Theatre/Broadway and Jazz; also have good skills in dancing, should love the stage and the stage should love them, acting skills, energy, physical shape, good humor, ability to work, an advanced sense of style and nice personality are also a plus. Note: Will perform a Cabaret Style Floorshows/Mini Musical. Note: A valid passport is required. (Posted: April 16, 2014)

(Cruise Ship) - Send/Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. is casting current and future productions for Celebrity Cruise Lines' Solstice, Equinox, Eclipse, Silhouette & Reflection cruise ships. Contract: 6-9 months performance contracts (Competitive salary, travel and lodging provided. Casting is seeking both Union & Non-Union performers for this production, but no Union contract is currently planned. Union performers should check with their union before accepting any work). Rehearsal Dates: Brief rehearsal periods in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Performance Dates: Dates vary per contract, performance locations are Celebrity Cruise Lines' Solstice, Equinox, Eclipse, Silhouette and Reflection cruise ships on Australian, Caribbean, Alaskan and Mediterranean itineraries; current and future contracts available year-round. (All Dates / Locations are subject to change):

New York, NY - May 7, 2014 at 9:30 am for Vocalists [Registration at 9:00 am] at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - May 8, 2014 at 9:15 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:00 am] at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Breakdown-- Vocalists: 20-39, males & females, theatrical singers with excellent vocal technique and versatility, for Broadway-style, Cirque-style, and pop productions. Looking for female vocalists with belt to D and soprano extension a plus, versatile male baritenors to G or tenors to A with some riffs, strong pop falsetto a plus; Dancers: 18-39, males & females, versatile, classically trained with strong ballet and jazz technique as well as improvisational skills, should be willing and able to train and perform at heights up to 25 feet. Note: If contracted, some dancers will be trained by in-house aerial trainers to perform various aerial choreography in addition to dance choreography. Singers, bring sheet music in the appropriate key. Be prepared to learn several short lines of music and a short movement combination if you are invited for a callback. Female dancers should wear stage makeup, fishnets, and heels; male dancers should wear dance sneakers or jazz shoes. All should wear form-fitting dance attire. Vocalist callbacks will be held by invitation only May 8, 2014 at 1:00 pm. (Posted: April 16, 2014)

(Tokyo, Japan)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: May 9, 2014 at 10:00 am Open Call [Registration at 9:30 am] at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for principal male vocalists for BIG BAND BEAT, a live entertainment show at Tokyo Disneyland Park and Tokyo DisneySea Park. Contract: Seven months contracts (Competitive salary [pay varies, depending on role and show], per diem, round trip travel, and private apartments provided). Performance Dates: Begins August, 2014 (5-day work weeks in Tokyo, Japan). Breakdown-- '40s-Style Male Vocalist: 25-49, male, Caucasian, African-American, African Descent, 5'9"+, thin-to-average build, seasoned principal vocalist for "Big Band Beat", a large-scale musical where the Cotton Club meets Big Band Swing, performed with a live orchestra, handsome and charismatic, can command a stage with his star quality and charm, moves well, tap a plus; baritone/tenor to a G. Prepare two contrasting vocal selections (best 16 bars of each) which reflect the style of the show for which you are auditioning. You must bring sheet music in the correct key; an accompanist will be provided. Be prepared to learn a movement combination. Note: Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and willing to relocate to Tokyo for the terms of their individual contracts. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 16, 2014)

(Hong Kong)(N. Hollywood, CA - AUDITIONS: May 15, 2014 at 1:00 pm Open Call [Registration at 12:30 pm] at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for vocalists for musical productions at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort to include FESTIVAL OF THE LION KING, THE GOLDEN MICKEYS & WELCOME WAGON STREET SHOW. Contract: Six months contracts begin Fall, 2014 (in Hong Kong). Benefits include roundtrip airfare, individual housing with paid utilities, shuttle service to and from work, medical and dental coverage, paid vacations and sick days, competitive salary and a daily living allowance. Breakdown-- Simba: 18-96, male, any ethnicity. Youthful African prince destined to become King, moves well, pop tenor. Lead; Nala: 18-64, female, any ethnicity. Beautiful African princess, moves well, pop soprano. Lead; Scar: 18-64, male, any ethnicity. Evil uncle to Simba, menacing presence, baritone. Supporting; Storyteller: 18-64, female, any ethnicity. African host who tells the story of The Lion King, soulful pop alto. Supporting; Belle: 18-64, female, any ethnicity. 5'5"-5'7", heroine from the Disney animated classic "Beauty and the Beast," soprano. Supporting; Miss Kitty: 18-64, female, any ethnicity. Singer-actress-street performer, moves well, sultry and spirited proprietress of the local saloon in the new gold mining town of Grizzly Gulch, brassy alto, strong G below middle C to C (possibly a mixed C#). Prepare two 16 bar selections of a song that best showcase your vocal range, and provide clearly marked sheet music in the correct key for the accompanist. Prerecorded accompaniment tracks or a cappella auditions are not allowed. Be prepared to learn a movement combination. Note: For all roles, you must be at least 18+ and willing to relocate to Hong Kong for the length of the contract. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 16, 2014)
  

Posted on April 15, 2014
 
(Waltham, MA - AUDITIONS: April 18, 2014 between 1:00-10:00 pm for Equity Principal By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: ME AND MY GIRL. PROD ART DIR, Robert J. Eagle; DIR/CHOREO, Cynthia Thole; MUSIC DIR, Daniel Rodrigue. Contract: Equity LOA ref to COST Contract ($549/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins June 24, 2014. Performance Dates: July 10-20, 2014 (in Waltham, MA). Breakdown-- Bill Snibson: 25-35, male, any ethnicity. Apugnacious comedic Cockney costermonger from Lambeth, complete with bobbing brown bowler who inherits Lord Hareford's land and titles. A straight forward chap who is utterly devoted to his sweetheart Sally; Sally Smith: 22-33, female, any ethnicity. Bill’s sweetheart, a simple young girl who wants the best for Bill and is prepared to give him up to allow him to achieve his destiny; Maria, Duchess of Dene: 40-60, female, any ethnicity. An intimidating aristocrat. Bill's Aunt who is fiercely proud of the heritage of the Hareford family and is determined to mold Bill into the perfect gentleman whether he wants it or not. She displays the odd moment of compassion now and again, but is generally a 'battle-axe'; Lady Jacqueline Carstone: 22-36, female, any ethnicity. A calculating young blonde who breaks off her engagement to Gerald in order to pursue Bill for her love of money; Sir John Tremayne: 45-65, male, any ethnicity. An older gentleman, rather fond of his drink, who is kind to Sally and Bill. He is in love with the Duchess, but has never mentioned his feelings; The Hon. Gerald Bolingbroke: 25-38, male, any ethnicity. Described as 'a good-looking young man', he is perpetually cheerful even when faced with the loss of his income. He is desperately in love with Jackie and pursues her regardless of the way she has treated him; Herbert Parchester: 30-60, male, any ethnicity. Family solicitor, who doesn't take the Duchess and her clan at all seriously. He tries to stir Bill up into rebellion against Her Grace and believes that as long as you can sing and dance, eat and drink, then there's really nothing to worry about; Lord and Lady Battersby: 40-60, males & females any ethnicity. Older aristocratic couple. Both are strong singers and movers; Sir Jasper Tring: 60-90, male, any ethnicity. A nonagenarian with a severe hearing difficulty; Ensemble: 18-64, males & females any ethnicity. Other named characters and bit parts will be played by the singing and dancing ensemble. AEA members without appointments seen as time permits. EMC points are available. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Prepare and bring sheet music for a brief song in the style of the show that best showcases your acting ability and vocal range. AEA members will have a minimum of two minutes. EMC points are available. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 15, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 19, 2014 between 11:00 am-5:00 pm for Male & Female Ensemble Dancers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming productions. Titles: ALL SHOOK UP by Joe Di Pietro. Rehearsal Dates: Begins June 17, 2014. Performance Dates: July 2-27, 2014 (in Ivoryton, CT). LA CAGE AUX FOLLES by Harvey Fierstein, Jean Poiret & Jerry Herman. Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 22, 2014. Performance Dates: August 6-31, 2014 (in Ivoryton, CT). EXEC ART DIR, Jacqueline Hubbard; DIR/CHOREO, Richard Amelius; MUSIC DIR, Kyle Norris. Contract: $420/wk. Equity SPT Contract. Breakdown-- Dancers: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. Chorus / Ensemble. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Prepare a song from the show or in the style of. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 15, 2014)

(Paris, France & New York, NY)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 25, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Singers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: AN AMERICAN IN PARIS. DIR/CHOREO, Christopher Wheeldon; MUSIC DIR, Brad Haak, CSTG, Rachel Hoffman. Contract: Equity Special Agreement, approval pending (Salary pending). Rehearsal Dates: Begins approximately September 24, 2014 (in New York, NY). Travel to Paris, France approximately November 5, 2014. Preview Dates: Approximately November 22, 2014. Performance Dates: Runs through January 5, 2015 (in Paris, France). Breakdown-- Mr. Z/Male Ensemble: 40-59, male, any ethnicity. Russian-born choreographer and artistic director of the Paris Opera Ballet; good singer; featured ensemble; Monsieur Baurel/Male Ensemble: 50-69, male, any ethnicity. Upper middle class, comically self righteous father of Henri. Actor with comic timing; good singer; featured ensemble; Madame Dutoit/Female Ensemble: 40-59, female, any ethnicity. Excellent legit singer; comfortable with some movement, ensemble; Female Ensemble Singers: 30-59, female, any ethnicity. Excellent legit voices. Male Ensemble Singers: 20-59, male, any ethnicity. Excellent legit voices. Prepare 16 bars of a Gershwin song or a song from the Great American Songbook. 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: April 15, 2014)

(Phoenix, AZ - AUDITIONS: May 2, 2014 between 3:00-10:00 pm for Equity Principal/Equity Chorus Call By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for singers for their 2014-2015 Season. Season Titles: MEMPHIS. Performance Dates: August 24-October 12, 2014. MARY POPPINS. Performance Dates: October 28-December 21, 2014 (with possible extension through January 4, 2015). TWO PIANOS 4 HANDS. Performance Dates: December 23, 2014-February 1, 2015 (with possible extension through February 8, 2015. ANYTHING GOES. Performance Dates: February 3-March 22, 2015 (with possible extension through March 29, 2015). BUYER & CELLAER. Performance Dates: March 24-May 3, 2015. ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS. Performance Dates: April 28-June 14, 2015. SHEAR MADNESS. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: October 7-November 23, 2014. END OF THE RAINBOW. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: April 7-May 17 2015 (with possible extension through May 24, 2015). PROD ART DIR, Michael Barnard; MUSIC DIR, Alan Ruch; CSTG, Pasha Yamotahari. Contract: Equity LOA/LORT Contract (Previous season's salary: $542 min./wk., current level pending). Breakdown-- Actors Who Sing: 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. For musical auditions, prepare 16 bars of an up-tempo song, 16 bars of a ballad and a one to one and a half minute monologue. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 15, 2014)

(Phoenix, AZ - AUDITIONS: May 3, 2014 between 11:00 am-8:00 pm for Equity Principal/Equity Chorus Call By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for singers for their 2014-2015 Season. Season Titles: MEMPHIS. Performance Dates: August 24-October 12, 2014. MARY POPPINS. Performance Dates: October 28-December 21, 2014 (with possible extension through January 4, 2015). TWO PIANOS 4 HANDS. Performance Dates: December 23, 2014-February 1, 2015 (with possible extension through February 8, 2015. ANYTHING GOES. Performance Dates: February 3-March 22, 2015 (with possible extension through March 29, 2015). BUYER & CELLAER. Performance Dates: March 24-May 3, 2015. ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS. Performance Dates: April 28-June 14, 2015. SHEAR MADNESS. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: October 7-November 23, 2014. END OF THE RAINBOW. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: April 7-May 17 2015 (with possible extension through May 24, 2015). PROD ART DIR, Michael Barnard; MUSIC DIR, Alan Ruch; CSTG, Pasha Yamotahari. Contract: Equity LOA/LORT Contract (Previous season's salary: $542 min./wk., current level pending). Breakdown-- Actors Who Sing: 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. For musical auditions, prepare 16 bars of an up-tempo song, 16 bars of a ballad and a one to one and a half minute monologue. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 15, 2014)

(Phoenix, AZ - AUDITIONS: May 4, 2014 between 11:00 am-8:00 pm for Equity Principal/Equity Chorus Call By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for singers for their 2014-2015 Season. Season Titles: MEMPHIS. Performance Dates: August 24-October 12, 2014. MARY POPPINS. Performance Dates: October 28-December 21, 2014 (with possible extension through January 4, 2015). TWO PIANOS 4 HANDS. Performance Dates: December 23, 2014-February 1, 2015 (with possible extension through February 8, 2015. ANYTHING GOES. Performance Dates: February 3-March 22, 2015 (with possible extension through March 29, 2015). BUYER & CELLAER. Performance Dates: March 24-May 3, 2015. ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS. Performance Dates: April 28-June 14, 2015. SHEAR MADNESS. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: October 7-November 23, 2014. END OF THE RAINBOW. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: April 7-May 17 2015 (with possible extension through May 24, 2015). PROD ART DIR, Michael Barnard; MUSIC DIR, Alan Ruch; CSTG, Pasha Yamotahari. Contract: Equity LOA/LORT Contract (Previous season's salary: $542 min./wk., current level pending). Breakdown-- Actors Who Sing: 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. For musical auditions, prepare 16 bars of an up-tempo song, 16 bars of a ballad and a one to one and a half minute monologue. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 15, 2014)

(Phoenix, AZ - AUDITIONS: May 5, 2014 at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers & at 4:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for dancers for their 2014-2015 Season. Season Titles: MEMPHIS. Performance Dates: August 24-October 12, 2014. MARY POPPINS. Performance Dates: October 28-December 21, 2014 (with possible extension through January 4, 2015). TWO PIANOS 4 HANDS. Performance Dates: December 23, 2014-February 1, 2015 (with possible extension through February 8, 2015. ANYTHING GOES. Performance Dates: February 3-March 22, 2015 (with possible extension through March 29, 2015). BUYER & CELLAER. Performance Dates: March 24-May 3, 2015. ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS. Performance Dates: April 28-June 14, 2015. SHEAR MADNESS. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: October 7-November 23, 2014. END OF THE RAINBOW. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: April 7-May 17 2015 (with possible extension through May 24, 2015). PROD ART DIR, Michael Barnard; MUSIC DIR, Alan Ruch; CSTG, Pasha Yamotahari. Contract: Equity LOA/LORT Contract (Previous season's salary: $542 min./wk., current level pending). Breakdown-- Actors Who Dance: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Be prepared to dance. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 15, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: May 20, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Female Dancers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding possible future replacements for the Broadway production. Title: ALADDIN. DIR/CHORO, Casey Nicholaw; MUSIC DIR, Michael Kosarin; CSTG, Tara Rubin Casting. Contract: Equity Production (Disney) Contract ($1807 min./wk.). Performance Dates: Currently running on Broadway. Breakdown-- 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. Men, bring jazz shoes, tap shoes, and knee pads. Women, bring character heels, heeled tap shoes, and flats. Prepare traditional musical theater song showing vocal range in case asked to sing. Bring sheet music; accompanist provided. Note that this production will use smoke and haze in accordance with guidelines established with Actors’ Equity Association. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 15, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: May 22, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Singers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding possible future replacements for the Broadway production. Title: ALADDIN. DIR/CHORO, Casey Nicholaw; MUSIC DIR, Michael Kosarin; CSTG, Tara Rubin Casting. Contract: Equity Production (Disney) Contract ($1807 min./wk.). Performance Dates: Currently running on Broadway. Breakdown-- Ensemble Singers: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. Who dance well, to comprise the ensemble and also play featured roles for possible future replacements. Prepare a brief traditional musical theater song that shows vocal range. Bring sheet music; accompanist provided. Actors of all cultural backgrounds are strongly encouraged to attend. Note that this production will use smoke and haze in accordance with guidelines established with Actors’ Equity Association. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 15, 2014)
 

Posted on April 14, 2014

(NoCal.)(Oakland, CA - AUDITIONS: April 18, 2014 between 5:00-7:00 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription.) - Title: BEATNIK, a Feature Film. DIR, Mwamba Yeshitela. Rehearsal Dates: Begins June, 2014. Shoot Dates: June & July, 2014 (in NoCal). STORY: The film is about five offenders court ordered to complete a diversion program have to spend a Saturday morning at a local school in an all day workshop learning job skills and receiving counseling in order to receive partiality from the state. Director states: "There is Kruma (the quasi intellectual), Nya (the dreamy damsel in distress), Sean (the rapper), Saana (the stylish around-the-way girl) and Son-Sun (a young introverted teen). Ms. Garcia, a young teacher with big ideas and a bigger heart, see's these five "students" as the nucleus of the black community and it's future. She decides to detour from the script and do away with the court ordered curriculum instead she show's them the underlying value pop culture and politics. With a fondness for jazz she explores the transcending quality of the genre as it relates to the very reason they are offenders in the first place. As her lecture unfurls the prospects of understanding and achieving seems increasingly probable. It is the spirit of the film, the gonzo style of dialogue, it's emphasis on understanding and curating a generation that gives credence to the title 'Beatnik'". Breakdown-- Nya: 18-25, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent. The damsel in distress, an attractive person but has a deep pain in her, observes a lot and is often withdrawn, she expresses herself through fashion, is having a difficult time in her personal life and she is trying to figure it out. Supporting; Mrs. Garcia: 30-46, female, Hispanic, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race. Well read, liberal laid back but passionate, loves books, music and art, very open minded and highly ambitious good sense of humor and subtly flirtatious. Lead; Sanaa: 18-28, female, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent. The stylish homegirl, think Teyana Taylor, comfortable in her own skin, she knows who she is and is very self aware, honest and quick to express herself she consumes anything pop culture, magazines, fashion, television, music, technology. Supporting. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 14, 2014)

(London, UK) - To apply, See: Details Are only Available By Subscription. for sides and instructions on how to submit a video audition by April 18, 2014. Title: MISS PEREGRINE'S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN, a Feature Film. DIR, Tim Burton; SCR, Jane Goldman. Contract: SAG-AFTRA Agreement (Professional pay). Shoot Dates: August, 2014 (in London, UK). STORY: The film is about a boy who, following a horrific family tragedy, follows clues that take him to an abandoned orphanage on a Welsh island. Breakdown-- Jacob: 18, to play 17, male, any ethnicity. Jacob is an outsider in his Florida town. Wears odd vintage clothes, as if from another era. After the traumatic & mysterious death of his beloved grandfather leaves him troubled, he sets off in search for answers to the story of his eastern European grandfather. Lead. (Posted: April 14, 2014)

(NoCal.)(Oakland, CA - AUDITIONS: April 19, 2014 between 5:00-7:00 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription.) - Title: BEATNIK, a Feature Film. DIR, Mwamba Yeshitela. Rehearsal Dates: Begins June, 2014. Shoot Dates: June & July, 2014 (in NoCal). STORY: The film is about five offenders court ordered to complete a diversion program have to spend a Saturday morning at a local school in an all day workshop learning job skills and receiving counseling in order to receive partiality from the state. Director states: "There is Kruma (the quasi intellectual), Nya (the dreamy damsel in distress), Sean (the rapper), Saana (the stylish around-the-way girl) and Son-Sun (a young introverted teen). Ms. Garcia, a young teacher with big ideas and a bigger heart, see's these five "students" as the nucleus of the black community and it's future. She decides to detour from the script and do away with the court ordered curriculum instead she show's them the underlying value pop culture and politics. With a fondness for jazz she explores the transcending quality of the genre as it relates to the very reason they are offenders in the first place. As her lecture unfurls the prospects of understanding and achieving seems increasingly probable. It is the spirit of the film, the gonzo style of dialogue, it's emphasis on understanding and curating a generation that gives credence to the title 'Beatnik'". Breakdown-- Nya: 18-25, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent. The damsel in distress, an attractive person but has a deep pain in her, observes a lot and is often withdrawn, she expresses herself through fashion, is having a difficult time in her personal life and she is trying to figure it out. Supporting; Mrs. Garcia: 30-46, female, Hispanic, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race. Well read, liberal laid back but passionate, loves books, music and art, very open minded and highly ambitious good sense of humor and subtly flirtatious. Lead; Sanaa: 18-28, female, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent. The stylish homegirl, think Teyana Taylor, comfortable in her own skin, she knows who she is and is very self aware, honest and quick to express herself she consumes anything pop culture, magazines, fashion, television, music, technology. Supporting. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 14, 2014)

(New Orleans, LA) - Register online for free at: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Title: BEST OF ME, a Feature Film. CAST, Michelle Monaghan, James Marsden; CO-PROD, Denise Di Novi, Nicholas Sparks; DIR, Michael Hoffman. Shoot Dates: April 21& 25, 2014 (in New Orleans, LA). STORY: The film is about a pair of former high school sweethearts reunite after many years when they return to visit their small hometown. Breakdown-- Doctors: 30-69, males & females any ethnicity. Background / Extra; Nurses: 30-69, males & females any ethnicity. Background / Extra. (Posted: April 14, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 22, 2014 between 2:00-5:00 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Title: NOT GUILTY, a Short Film. ART DIR, John Pallotta; SCR, Angelo King, Michael Juliano. Contract: Pay to be determined. Shoot Dates: May, 2014 (in New York,NY). STORY: The film is the ultimate look at the personal life behind a Dominican natural. This dramatic story tells the twists and turns of a ruthless government that is prosecuting him. Despite family turmoil he maintains a presence as a formidable force not to be taken lightly. Breakdown-- Roberto Tamarez: 50-70, male, Hispanic. Salt and pepper hair, Latino, father, a former baker from the Dominican Republic. Note: Must speak fluent Spanish. Lead; Aracelis Schneider: 20-30, female, Hispanic. Americanized Latina, Roberto’s daughter, independent, strong willed, snotty, and pregnant. Note: Must speak fluent Spanish and English. Supporting; Cindy: 20+, female, any ethnicity. Aracelis caring close friend. Supporting; Ed Jameson (Perp): 20-39, male, Caucasian. Psychotic, junky, defendant. Supporting; Detective Peter Kelly: 30-40, male, Hispanic. Latino. Note: Must speak fluent Spanish and English. Supporting; Dominick: 20-35, male, Hispanic. Latino, co-worker of Roberto’s daughter Aracelis. Supporting; Judge John P. Smith: 50+, male, Caucasian. A tough no-nonsense Judge. Supporting; Prosecutor Joseph K. Moses: 25-35, male, Caucasian. Young, inexperienced, nervous lawyer who just started his first case as a prosecutor. Supporting; Louis Pallotti: 35-70, male, Caucasian. Jameson’s defense lawyer with qualities of Saul the lawyer from "Breaking Bad". Supporting; Troy: 5-7, male, Caucasian. Jameson’s son. Supporting; Sheryl: 20-40, female, Caucasian. Jameson’s girlfriend. Supporting; Court Clerk: 20-40, males & females any ethnicity. Supporting; Bailiff: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. Supporting. Prepare a one minute dramatic piece. Note: No online video submissions will be accepted. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 14, 2014)

(Charlottesville, VA - AUDITIONS: Ongoing basis by appointment through April 24, 2014) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Make sure your submission includes your name, city, state, and union status; the role you're interested in; whether or not you are within 60 miles of Staunton, VA; height, weight, age, cell phone number, agent (if any), contact details for your agent (if any); "full avail" details (availability to attend the auditions and callbacks in April; and your availability to attend the shoot between May-June). Also note whether or not you'd be interested in being an extra, or if you're only interested in speaking roles. Title: TEXAS REIN, a Low Budget Feature Film. EXEC PROD, Durrell Nelson; DIR/SCR, Rebecca Rogers Nelson. Contract: Non-Union ($115/day [+10% if agent represented] and mileage and/or lodging may be provided if applicable). Shoot Dates: May-June, 2014 (in Staunton, VA). STORY: The film is a faith-based family drama about returning home and the power of family. Breakdown-- Chase Eversoll: 30-39, male, Caucasian. All-American cowboy. Gentle and humorous with strong work ethic. He believes he’s found a champion in Marvin Roberts’ prize horse, but his desire to train the champion competes with his growing interest in Marvin’s daughter, Cassie. Western horseback riding/reining experience a plus. Lead; Marvin Roberts: 63-69, male, Caucasian. Gentleman rancher. Strong, wise, and faithful husband and father, despite the fact his dreams concerning horses and his daughter have never materialized. Has a difficult but loving relationship with his daughter, Cassie. Western horseback riding/reining experience a plus. Supporting; Peggy Roberts: 60-69, female, Caucasian. Southern, steadfast rancher’s wife. After Marvin’s surgery, she makes it her job to keep her husband healthy. Loves her daughter Cassie, but sometimes can’t contain her disappointment in Cassie’s life choices. Supporting; Aunt Clara: 60-69, female, Caucasian. Chase’s aunt, old friend of the Roberts’ family. Quirky, but genuine. Kind hearted and quick with a word of scripture (if not always the perfect selection), she’s wise and becomes Cassie’s friend and moral compass. Supporting; Jeff Deavers: 30-39, male, Caucasian. Guy’s son, newly graduated veterinarian and childhood friend of Cassie’s. Good looking in an ordinary, guy-next-door kind of way. He'd like the relationship to go further than "just friends," with Cassie, but knows it probably won’t. Supporting; Garrison: 30-34, male, Caucasian. Cassie’s East Coast love interest. Wealthy, expensively handsome. A true "player"; Cassie is more of an accessory than a girlfriend. He wants her even more when he thinks he can't have her. Two-scene cameo. Day Player; Background Actors: 10+, males & females any ethnicity. Must be local to the Staunton, VA area. Background / Extra. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 14, 2014)

(Southwest New Mexico)(Albuquerque, NM - AUDITIONS: April 26, 2014 between 1:00-5:00 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription.) - Title: UNTITLED Independent Feature Film. DIR, Ryan P. Paulk. Contract: Pay, plus food, travel & lodging provided. Shoot Dates: May, 2014 (in Southwest New Mexico [Luna County area]). Breakdown-- Boss: 50-69, male, any ethnicity. Western, rancher, cowboy or knowledge of such is preferred but not required. Lead; Ranch Hand: 25-35, male, any ethnicity. Horseman. Supporting; Ranch Hand: 25-35, male, any ethnicity. Horseman. Supporting; News Anchor: 25-35, female, Hispanic. Hispanic woman who speaks. Supporting; Mary: 20-30, female, Hispanic. Young mother. Supporting; Younger Brother: 9-13, male, any ethnicity. Must be accompanied by parent. Supporting; "Kid": 20-30, male, any ethnicity. Man of the house. Supporting; Abuela: 50-70, female, any ethnicity. Fluent in Spanish. Supporting; Beachgoer: 20-30, female, any ethnicity. Non-speaking role. Day Player. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 14, 2014)

(New York, NY & Eastern North Carolina) - Email photographs, resumes & video monologue ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. If we are interested, we will contact you for another video monologue and possible skype interview. Note: For the role of Little Bit, only video submissions will be accepted. Title: ANNIE, a Feature Film. PROD/DIR, Ashley Christopher Leach. Contract: Pay, meals and lodging provided. Note: Must provide your own transportation. Shoot Dates: TBD (in New York, NY & Eastern North Carolina). STORY: Torn between a caring lover and crazed producer, Annie seeks to define herself as a transgendered performance artist living in New York. But when a troubled memory from her past begins to haunt her day-to-day activities, Annie begins to unravel at the seams. A film about the perplexities of identity, 'Annie' asks the question: is it the trauma of a character's past or how she manifests it that defines who she is?" Breakdown-- Little Bit: 15-22, male, Caucasian. Annie's brother; salt of the earth; slightly reserved and in his own world. Supporting. (Posted: April 14, 2014)

(Los Angeles, CA - AUDITIONS: May 8, 2014 at 10:00 am Open Call at Sofitel LA at Details Are only Available By Subscription.) - Title: THREE'S A CHARM, a Feature Film. Contract: SAG Ultra Low Budget Agreement ($100/day, plus meals provided). Shoot Dates: TBD. Breakdown-- Atlee: 18-29, male, any ethnicity. A superstar basketball player, arrogant, confident. Lead; Scotty: 18-29, male, any ethnicity. Atlee's best friend, concerned, tries to keep Atlee out of trouble! Supporting. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 14, 2014)

Posted on April 10, 2014

(Edmonton, Canada - AUDITIONS: April 22, 2014) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes by April 15, 2014 to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: AVENUE Q. DIR, Dayna Tekatch. Contract: CTA. Rehearsal Dates: Begins March 31, 2015. Performance Dates: April 30, 2015-May 24, 2015 (in the Shoctor Theatre, Edmonton, Canada). Breakdown-- Kate Monster/Lucy the Slut: 22-35, female. Puppet, strong alto/actor. Kate - a feisty, smart kindergarten teaching assistant who is searching for love. Lucy - a promiscuous nightclub singer. Lead; Princeton/Rod: 22-35, male. Puppet, strong tenor/actor. Princeton - a young English major who is searching for his purpose in life. Rod - a Republican investment banker who is secretly gay. Lead; Trekkie Monster/Nicky/Bad Idea Bear: 25-35, male. Strong tenor/character voices. Trekkie -a monster who is addicted to internet pornography. Nicky - Rod’s roommate. Bad Idea Bear - an adorable teddy bear with a sinister streak. Lead; Brian: 30-40, male. Strong singer/actor, human, am unemployed Jewish 32 year old with dreams of being a comedian. Lead; Christmas Eve: 28-40, female. Strong mezzo/actor, human, an opinionated Japanese therapist who is engaged to Brian. Supporting; Gary Coleman: 30-40, male or female. Strong alto/actor, the former star of Diff’rent Strokes who is the building superintendent of Avenue Q. Supporting; Mrs Thistletwat/Bad Idea Bear: 20-45, female. Soprano. Mrs T - a kindergarten teacher. Bad Idea Bear - an adorable teddy bear with a sinister streak. Supporting. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 10, 2014)

(Edmonton, Canada)(Vancouver, Canada - AUDITIONS: April 24, 2014) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes by April 15, 2014 to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: AVENUE Q. DIR, Dayna Tekatch. Contract: CTA. Rehearsal Dates: Begins March 31, 2015. Performance Dates: April 30, 2015-May 24, 2015 (in the Shoctor Theatre, Edmonton, Canada). Breakdown-- Kate Monster/Lucy the Slut: 22-35, female. Puppet, strong alto/actor. Kate - a feisty, smart kindergarten teaching assistant who is searching for love. Lucy - a promiscuous nightclub singer. Lead; Princeton/Rod: 22-35, male. Puppet, strong tenor/actor. Princeton - a young English major who is searching for his purpose in life. Rod - a Republican investment banker who is secretly gay. Lead; Trekkie Monster/Nicky/Bad Idea Bear: 25-35, male. Strong tenor/character voices. Trekkie -a monster who is addicted to internet pornography. Nicky - Rod’s roommate. Bad Idea Bear - an adorable teddy bear with a sinister streak. Lead; Brian: 30-40, male. Strong singer/actor, human, am unemployed Jewish 32 year old with dreams of being a comedian. Lead; Christmas Eve: 28-40, female. Strong mezzo/actor, human, an opinionated Japanese therapist who is engaged to Brian. Supporting; Gary Coleman: 30-40, male or female. Strong alto/actor, the former star of Diff’rent Strokes who is the building superintendent of Avenue Q. Supporting; Mrs Thistletwat/Bad Idea Bear: 20-45, female. Soprano. Mrs T - a kindergarten teacher. Bad Idea Bear - an adorable teddy bear with a sinister streak. Supporting. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 10, 2014)

(El Cajon, CA - AUDITIONS: April 15, 2014 between 6:30-9:30 pm for Male & Female Adults 16+ By Appointment at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: LES MISERABLES. DIR, Travis Russell. Rehearsal Dates: May 20-July 16, 2014 (at Red Door Playhouse in El Cajon, CA). Performance Dates: July 17-August 2, 2014 (at Mt. Helix Amphitheater in La Mesa, CA). Breakdown-- All Roles Are Open: 8-64, males & females any ethnicity. 30-40 roles total; 8 young looking children ages 9-13; five male and four female feature roles requiring strong vocals; Ensemble. Bring sheet music in the correct key, CD or MP3 play only; auditions may be one minute long. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 10, 2014)

(El Cajon, CA - AUDITIONS: April 16, 2014 between 6:30-9:30 pm for Male & Female Adults 16+ By Appointment at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: LES MISERABLES. DIR, Travis Russell. Rehearsal Dates: May 20-July 16, 2014 (at Red Door Playhouse in El Cajon, CA). Performance Dates: July 17-August 2, 2014 (at Mt. Helix Amphitheater in La Mesa, CA). Breakdown-- All Roles Are Open: 8-64, males & females any ethnicity. 30-40 roles total; 8 young looking children ages 9-13; five male and four female feature roles requiring strong vocals; Ensemble. Bring sheet music in the correct key, CD or MP3 play only; auditions may be one minute long. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 10, 2014)

(USA Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 16, 2014 at 10:00 am for Male Singers & at 2:00 pm for Female Singers [Anything Goes & Flashdance] at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming productions. Titles: ANYTHING GOES. EXEC PROD, Orin Wolf; DIR/CHOREO, Kathleen Marshall; CSTG, Duncan Stewart and Company. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 15, 2014 (in New York, NY). Performance Dates: Begins October 10, 2014. FLASHDANCE. EXEC PROD, Dani Davis; DIR/CHOREO, Sergio Trujillo; CSTG, Duncan Stewart and Company. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 22, 2014 (in New York, NY). Performance Dates: Begins October 17, 2014. Contract: Weekly salary, plus per diem and profit share provided. Breakdown-- For ANYTHING GOES - Reno Sweeney: 30s-Early 40s, chic, sexy, brassy nightclub singer turned evangelist, seeking a strong singer/actor/dancer, must dance extremely well (including tap), strong comedic skills a must, belt; Hope Harcourt: 20s, beautiful debutante, betrothed to wealthy Englishman Lord Evelyn Oakleigh but secretly in love with Billy, beautiful, elegant and charming, torn between two men, must sing and dance exceptionally well, soprano/mix; Erma: Mid 20s-30s, Moonface’s sidekick and right-hand woman, fun, brassy, and flirty, a real good-time girl, seeking an excellent actor/singer/comedienne, dance skills a plus, belt; Evangeline Harcourt: 50s+, Hope’s haughty, overbearing mother, foolish, but also cold and calculating, strong comedic actress; Billy Crocker: Mid 20s-Mid 30s. Young broker employed by Elisha Whitney. Boards the ship without a ticket in pursuit of his true love. To avoid being caught he must adopt a series of disguises. Attractive, charming and funny. Must sing, dance and act extremely well. Excellent comic timing and a gorgeous tenor voice; Moonface Martin: 40s up. Hapless gangster. Public Enemy #13, but trying to move up on the list. Exceptional comedic actor who sings; Lord Evelyn Oakleigh: Late 30s-40s. Wealthy, often bumbling Englishman, engaged to Hope. Loves America and is fascinated by its slang but doesn’t always get it right. Excellent British accent and superior comedic skills req.. Must be comfortable singing; Elisha Whitney: 50s up. Wall Street tycoon; Billy’s boss. Upper-class blowhard. Excellent comic actor who can carry a tune; Captain: 40s up. Military man & captain of the ship. Mature, serious and authoritative. Must sing. Baritone; Purser: 30s. The captain’s nervous lackey. Must sing/dance well. Tap skills a plus; Luke & John: 20s-30s, characters are of Asian descent. Luke is a mischievous gambler; John is a timid worrier. Strong comedic skills needed. Must tap & sing well; Ensemble: 18-40, males & females any ethnicity. Female ensemble characters are 20s-30s, seeking singers and dancers to play various passengers aboard the ship, including Reno’s Angels, all ensemble members must sing and dance extremely well, highly skilled tap dancers a plus. Male ensemble characters are 20s-30s, seeking singers and dancers to play various passengers aboard the ship, including the male quartet, all ensemble members must sing and dance extremely well, highly skilled tap dancers a plus. Note: Ensemble tracks will include understudy assignments. Chorus / Ensemble. For FLASHDANCE - Nick Hurley: 30, confident, intelligent, playful and brash, the heir to a steel dynasty, with a winning swagger that belies a genuine desire to help his workers, capable of falling deeply in love, strong singer, with good pop sensibility, high baritone with solid Gs, and able to float a mixed/head voice A; Harry: 40s-Early 60s, worn-down, gruff, curmudgeonly (but truly warm-hearted) owner of the bar, a working-class Pittsburgh man trying to stay afloat in a tough economy, baritone; C.C.: Late 30s-40s, a slick, morally bankrupt businessman and bar owner with a talent for exploiting vulnerable young women, strong baritone singer with attitude, good pop sensibility, range Bb below low C to a strong high F; Jimmy: 20s, an aspiring stand-up comic marking time working at Harry’s while waiting for the big break, is full of energy and drive, strong singer (think a young Billy Joel), high baritenor, must have solid pop Gs, but also strong low register (low Bb); Joe: Late 30s-Early 40s, African American, Alex’s foreman at the Steel Plant, tough and strict as a boss, but sympathetic to his employees and co-workers, strong singer, with good pop sensibility; Alex Owens: 19, fiery, proud, wry sense of humor, deeply loyal to her friends, emotionally guarded with men despite being sexually in command, tough and has a temper, but is also capable of great vulnerability, her energy drives the show, must be an excellent jazz/contemporary jazz dancer, hip-hop a plus, strong dance improv skills, strong belt voice, Bb below C, belt to high D, pop sensibility, with smooth transition from pop mix to belt; Hannah: To play 70s, seasoned show biz vet with a great sense of humor and down-to-earth, take-no-prisoners point of view, physically in decline with an undimmed passion for dance, background in dance/or a very strong mover, traditional musical theater character belt; Kiki: 20s-30s, African American, funny, quick-witted, sexy and confident dancer at Harry’s and close friend to Alex, must be an excellent jazz/contemporary jazz dancer, hip-hop a plus, strong belt with pop/R&B instincts, must be able to riff, belt to a high D; Tess: 30s-40s, a sexy dancer at Harry’s with a long and unhappy history, wry, with a tough veneer, but a clear wistfulness and sadness beneath, must be excellent jazz/contemporary jazz dancer, hip-hop a plus, strong belt singer, rock sensibility, range Bb to C above middle C, star dancer; Gloria: 20s, Alex’s closest friend, petite dancer, sometimes scattered, with vulnerability she barely covers with a quick wit, harbors dreams of stardom, good dancer with powerful belt, very good pop sensibility, strong low chest voice (Bb below C) to high Db, straight tone, seamless transition from mix to belt a must; Ms. Wilde: Late 30s-40s, somewhat imperious but ultimately generous head of a prestigious arts academy, with a slightly beleaguered air, should be a good mover, belt or mix-belt to a D; Louise: 30s-50s, nurse and home aid for Hannah, deadpan sensibility, is excellent at her job and devoted to her client despite her dry humor, alto; Ensemble: 18-45, males & females any ethnicity. Strong dancer/singers. Flashdance has a contemporary pop/rock score. The ensemble must be strong belters, able to sing with straight tone, but also have the versatility to sing legit music theater. All Women belt or mix-belt to a D. Men: tenors need solid A's, baritones need solid F's. Dancers should have strong Classical training, Jazz and contemporary Jazz. Should also be very good hip-hop dancers. Gymnastics a plus. Will understudy principal and featured roles. Chorus / Ensemble. Ensemble will also understudy principal roles. Singers (all adult ages): Please prepare a 16 bar pop-rock and/or traditional musical theater selection & bring resume/photo stapled back to back. Dancers - ANYTHING GOES: Please be warmed up and ready to dance when the call begins. Bring tap and jazz/character shoes. Men should also bring knee-pads. Singing callbacks will be held time permitting. Traditional musical theater song. Dancers - FLASHDANCE: Please arrive in dance clothes & bring jazz/dance sneaker, ballet slippers, and knee pads, women bring dance heels as well. Singing callbacks will be held time permitting. Bring sheet music for a pop or rock song (preferably from the 1980’s.) Accompanist provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 10, 2014)

(San Francisco, CA - AUDITIONS: April 16, 2014 between 1:00-9:00 pm for Equity Principal at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for 2014-2015 season. Contract: Equity Bay Area Theatre Contract (Salary pending). Season runs in San Francisco, CA. Breakdown-- Actors: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. Sign in with the doorman, Ste. 211. Audition in rehearsal space. EPA Rules are in effect. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Prepare one, two minute contemporary monologue of your choice. Have an additional contrasting monologue only by request of casting. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 10, 2014)

(El Cajon, CA - AUDITIONS: April 17, 2014 between 6:30-9:30 pm for Children 15 & Younger By Appointment at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: LES MISERABLES. DIR, Travis Russell. Rehearsal Dates: May 20-July 16, 2014 (at Red Door Playhouse in El Cajon, CA). Performance Dates: July 17-August 2, 2014 (at Mt. Helix Amphitheater in La Mesa, CA). Breakdown-- All Roles Are Open: 8-64, males & females any ethnicity. 30-40 roles total; 8 young looking children ages 9-13; five male and four female feature roles requiring strong vocals; Ensemble. Bring sheet music in the correct key, CD or MP3 play only; auditions may be one minute long. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 10, 2014)

(USA Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 17, 2014 at 10:00 am for Male Dancers & at 2:00 pm for Female Dancers [Anything Goes] at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming productions. Titles: ANYTHING GOES. EXEC PROD, Orin Wolf; DIR/CHOREO, Kathleen Marshall; CSTG, Duncan Stewart and Company. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 15, 2014 (in New York, NY). Performance Dates: Begins October 10, 2014. FLASHDANCE. EXEC PROD, Dani Davis; DIR/CHOREO, Sergio Trujillo; CSTG, Duncan Stewart and Company. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 22, 2014 (in New York, NY). Performance Dates: Begins October 17, 2014. Contract: Weekly salary, plus per diem and profit share provided. Breakdown-- For ANYTHING GOES - Reno Sweeney: 30s-Early 40s, chic, sexy, brassy nightclub singer turned evangelist, seeking a strong singer/actor/dancer, must dance extremely well (including tap), strong comedic skills a must, belt; Hope Harcourt: 20s, beautiful debutante, betrothed to wealthy Englishman Lord Evelyn Oakleigh but secretly in love with Billy, beautiful, elegant and charming, torn between two men, must sing and dance exceptionally well, soprano/mix; Erma: Mid 20s-30s, Moonface’s sidekick and right-hand woman, fun, brassy, and flirty, a real good-time girl, seeking an excellent actor/singer/comedienne, dance skills a plus, belt; Evangeline Harcourt: 50s+, Hope’s haughty, overbearing mother, foolish, but also cold and calculating, strong comedic actress; Billy Crocker: Mid 20s-Mid 30s. Young broker employed by Elisha Whitney. Boards the ship without a ticket in pursuit of his true love. To avoid being caught he must adopt a series of disguises. Attractive, charming and funny. Must sing, dance and act extremely well. Excellent comic timing and a gorgeous tenor voice; Moonface Martin: 40s up. Hapless gangster. Public Enemy #13, but trying to move up on the list. Exceptional comedic actor who sings; Lord Evelyn Oakleigh: Late 30s-40s. Wealthy, often bumbling Englishman, engaged to Hope. Loves America and is fascinated by its slang but doesn’t always get it right. Excellent British accent and superior comedic skills req.. Must be comfortable singing; Elisha Whitney: 50s up. Wall Street tycoon; Billy’s boss. Upper-class blowhard. Excellent comic actor who can carry a tune; Captain: 40s up. Military man & captain of the ship. Mature, serious and authoritative. Must sing. Baritone; Purser: 30s. The captain’s nervous lackey. Must sing/dance well. Tap skills a plus; Luke & John: 20s-30s, characters are of Asian descent. Luke is a mischievous gambler; John is a timid worrier. Strong comedic skills needed. Must tap & sing well; Ensemble: 18-40, males & females any ethnicity. Female ensemble characters are 20s-30s, seeking singers and dancers to play various passengers aboard the ship, including Reno’s Angels, all ensemble members must sing and dance extremely well, highly skilled tap dancers a plus. Male ensemble characters are 20s-30s, seeking singers and dancers to play various passengers aboard the ship, including the male quartet, all ensemble members must sing and dance extremely well, highly skilled tap dancers a plus. Note: Ensemble tracks will include understudy assignments. Chorus / Ensemble. For FLASHDANCE - Nick Hurley: 30, confident, intelligent, playful and brash, the heir to a steel dynasty, with a winning swagger that belies a genuine desire to help his workers, capable of falling deeply in love, strong singer, with good pop sensibility, high baritone with solid Gs, and able to float a mixed/head voice A; Harry: 40s-Early 60s, worn-down, gruff, curmudgeonly (but truly warm-hearted) owner of the bar, a working-class Pittsburgh man trying to stay afloat in a tough economy, baritone; C.C.: Late 30s-40s, a slick, morally bankrupt businessman and bar owner with a talent for exploiting vulnerable young women, strong baritone singer with attitude, good pop sensibility, range Bb below low C to a strong high F; Jimmy: 20s, an aspiring stand-up comic marking time working at Harry’s while waiting for the big break, is full of energy and drive, strong singer (think a young Billy Joel), high baritenor, must have solid pop Gs, but also strong low register (low Bb); Joe: Late 30s-Early 40s, African American, Alex’s foreman at the Steel Plant, tough and strict as a boss, but sympathetic to his employees and co-workers, strong singer, with good pop sensibility; Alex Owens: 19, fiery, proud, wry sense of humor, deeply loyal to her friends, emotionally guarded with men despite being sexually in command, tough and has a temper, but is also capable of great vulnerability, her energy drives the show, must be an excellent jazz/contemporary jazz dancer, hip-hop a plus, strong dance improv skills, strong belt voice, Bb below C, belt to high D, pop sensibility, with smooth transition from pop mix to belt; Hannah: To play 70s, seasoned show biz vet with a great sense of humor and down-to-earth, take-no-prisoners point of view, physically in decline with an undimmed passion for dance, background in dance/or a very strong mover, traditional musical theater character belt; Kiki: 20s-30s, African American, funny, quick-witted, sexy and confident dancer at Harry’s and close friend to Alex, must be an excellent jazz/contemporary jazz dancer, hip-hop a plus, strong belt with pop/R&B instincts, must be able to riff, belt to a high D; Tess: 30s-40s, a sexy dancer at Harry’s with a long and unhappy history, wry, with a tough veneer, but a clear wistfulness and sadness beneath, must be excellent jazz/contemporary jazz dancer, hip-hop a plus, strong belt singer, rock sensibility, range Bb to C above middle C, star dancer; Gloria: 20s, Alex’s closest friend, petite dancer, sometimes scattered, with vulnerability she barely covers with a quick wit, harbors dreams of stardom, good dancer with powerful belt, very good pop sensibility, strong low chest voice (Bb below C) to high Db, straight tone, seamless transition from mix to belt a must; Ms. Wilde: Late 30s-40s, somewhat imperious but ultimately generous head of a prestigious arts academy, with a slightly beleaguered air, should be a good mover, belt or mix-belt to a D; Louise: 30s-50s, nurse and home aid for Hannah, deadpan sensibility, is excellent at her job and devoted to her client despite her dry humor, alto; Ensemble: 18-45, males & females any ethnicity. Strong dancer/singers. Flashdance has a contemporary pop/rock score. The ensemble must be strong belters, able to sing with straight tone, but also have the versatility to sing legit music theater. All Women belt or mix-belt to a D. Men: tenors need solid A's, baritones need solid F's. Dancers should have strong Classical training, Jazz and contemporary Jazz. Should also be very good hip-hop dancers. Gymnastics a plus. Will understudy principal and featured roles. Chorus / Ensemble. Ensemble will also understudy principal roles. Singers (all adult ages): Please prepare a 16 bar pop-rock and/or traditional musical theater selection & bring resume/photo stapled back to back. Dancers - ANYTHING GOES: Please be warmed up and ready to dance when the call begins. Bring tap and jazz/character shoes. Men should also bring knee-pads. Singing callbacks will be held time permitting. Traditional musical theater song. Dancers - FLASHDANCE: Please arrive in dance clothes & bring jazz/dance sneaker, ballet slippers, and knee pads, women bring dance heels as well. Singing callbacks will be held time permitting. Bring sheet music for a pop or rock song (preferably from the 1980’s.) Accompanist provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 10, 2014)

(Millburn, NJ)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 17, 2014 between 10:00 am-6:00 pm for Equity Principal at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: CAN CAN. PROD ART DIR, Mark S. Hoebee; DIR, David Lee; CHOREO, Patti Colombo; MUSIC DIR, Steven Orich; CSTG, Tara Rubin Casting. Contract: Equity COST Tier 4 Contract ($808/wk. AEA min.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 2, 2014. Performance Dates: Rehearsals begin Sept. 2; runs October 1-26, 2014 (in Millburn, NJ). Breakdown-- La Mome Pistache: 30-35, female, any ethnicity. A big personality; very strong singer, a stunning chanteuse, a country girl who has come to the big city, overcome incredible obstacles, and established herself as a strong businesswoman, has a vulnerable side just below the surface, commanding stage presence, great with comedy, able to engage with audience, good mover, may be a tad exotic; G to B belt. Note: The role is on offer; Aristide Forestier: 30-35, male, any ethnicity. Leading man, comedian, has an uptight, awkward, but appealing air about him, experience in stage combat a plus, big legit voice; lyric baritone to an F. Note This role is on offer; Boris Adzinidzinadze: 22-32, male, any ethnicity. Comic second lead, a self-absorbed artist, character man, Eastern European, must have excellent comedic skills, Bulgarian accent, must sing, but can be character voice, needs to be able to hold harmony, excellent physical comedian, stage combat experience a must; baritone to an F; Claudine: 20-30, female, any ethnicity. Gamine like good looks, really appealing character actress, minimal singing (but some), must be a brilliant, highly accomplished, evanescent, quirky dancer, this was the role that made a young Gwen Verdon famous in 1953. Note: This role is on offer; Hilaire Jussac: 35-45, male, any ethnicity. Slick, self possessed, intellectual snob, the villain of the piece, must have a good baritone singing voice, must have excellent fencing/stage combat skills and be able to partner a pas de deux, comedy a plus; bass/baritone with a low G; Etienne: 22-35, male, any ethnicity. Boris’ painter sidekick, character singer/actor who must move well, great with comedy; high baritone/tenor. Note: This role is on offer; Hercule: 22-35, male, any ethnicity. Boris’ poet sidekick, character singer/actor who must move well, great with comedy; high baritone/tenor. Note: This role is on offer; Jean-Louis: 25-40, male, any ethnicity. The head waiter at the club and Pistache’s best friend/confident, kind, understanding, but with a biting wit; high baritone/tenor. Note: This role is on offer. EPA rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Prepare a brief traditional musical theater or Cole Porter song. No pop songs. Those coming in for character roles should prepare a vintage character song. An accompanist will be provided. Note: [AEA Statement: AEA considers a role to be cast only if an offer has been given and accepted. There are some roles listed below where offers have been given but have not yet been officially accepted. AEA considers these roles to still be available as of the posting of this notice]. Performers of all races and ethnic backgrounds are encouraged to attend this call. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 10, 2014)

(Toronto, Canada - AUDITIONS: April 23, 2014 for Male & Female Performers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. is accepting resumes for their 2014 General Auditions. All ethnicities and body types encouraged to audition. Prepare 2 contrasting modern Canadian monologues totaling no more than 5 minutes. Only those selected for an audition will be contacted. (Posted: April 10, 2014)

(Toronto, Canada - AUDITIONS: April 25, 2014 for Male & Female Performers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. is accepting resumes for their 2014 General Auditions. All ethnicities and body types encouraged to audition. Prepare 2 contrasting modern Canadian monologues totaling no more than 5 minutes. Only those selected for an audition will be contacted. (Posted: April 10, 2014)

(Halifax, Canada)(Toronto, Canada - AUDITIONS: May 5, 2014) - Email photographs & resumes by April 18, 2014 to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming productions. Titles: INTO THE WOODS. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: August 19-October 5, 2014. A CHRISTMAS STORY. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: November 4, 2014-January 4, 2015. THE ADDAMS FAMILY. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: March 17-May 31, 2015. Breakdown-- For INTO THE WOODS - Cinderella: 20-30, female. Range G3-G5; Cinderella’s Prince/Wolf: 25-35, male. Range B2-F4; Cinderella’s Stepmother: 40-50, female. Range A3-F#5; Florinda & Lucinda: 25-35, female. Range C4-Ab5; Jack: 20-30, male. Range B2-G4; Jack’s Mother: 50-60, female. Range Bb3-Gb5; Little Red Riding Hood: 18-20, female. Range Bb3-F5; Mysterious Man/Narrator: 40-50, male. Range G2-E4; Rapunzel: 20-30, female. Range B3-A5; Rapunzel’s Prince: 25-35, male. Range C#3-E4; The Baker: 35-45, male. Range Ab2-G4; The Baker’s Wife: 35-45, female. Range F3-G5; The Witch: 45-55, female. Range F3-G5. For A CHRISTMAS STORY - Ralph Parker (Narrator): 30-50, male; Mother: 35-50, female; Old Man: 35-50, male; Miss Shields: 30-40, female; Ralphie Parker: 10-13, boy; Randy: 8-10, boy; Flick/Desperado 1: 10-13, boy; Schwartz/Desperado 2: 10-13, boy; Scut Farkas/Black Bert: 10-13, boy; Esther Jane Alberry: 10-13, girl; Helen Weathers: 10-13, girl. For THE ADDAMS FAMILY - Gomez: 40-50, male. Baritone; Morticia: 40-50, female, Alto; Wednesday: 18-21, female, Soprano; Lucas: 18-21, male. Baritone; Fester: 30-40, male. Tenor; Pugsley: 10-14, male. Tenor; Alice: 35-50, female, Soprano; Mal: 40-55, male. Tenor; Grandma: 45-60, female, Belt; Lurch: 25-35, male. Bass-baritone; Ancestors: 25-50, males & females. Ensemble/dancing/singing. Performers of all ethnicities are encouraged to apply. Only successful applicants will be contacted with an audition time. Successful audition applicants will be asked to prepare: One contemporary monologue (Maximum of two minutes in length). Those auditioning for a musical please prepare One contemporary monologue (Maximum of two minutes in length). One song from the standard musical theatre repertoire. There will be an accompanist for the musical auditions. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 10, 2014)

(Halifax, Canada)(Toronto, Canada - AUDITIONS: May 6, 2014) - Email photographs & resumes by April 18, 2014 to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming productions. Titles: INTO THE WOODS. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: August 19-October 5, 2014. A CHRISTMAS STORY. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: November 4, 2014-January 4, 2015. THE ADDAMS FAMILY. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: March 17-May 31, 2015. Breakdown-- For INTO THE WOODS - Cinderella: 20-30, female. Range G3-G5; Cinderella’s Prince/Wolf: 25-35, male. Range B2-F4; Cinderella’s Stepmother: 40-50, female. Range A3-F#5; Florinda & Lucinda: 25-35, female. Range C4-Ab5; Jack: 20-30, male. Range B2-G4; Jack’s Mother: 50-60, female. Range Bb3-Gb5; Little Red Riding Hood: 18-20, female. Range Bb3-F5; Mysterious Man/Narrator: 40-50, male. Range G2-E4; Rapunzel: 20-30, female. Range B3-A5; Rapunzel’s Prince: 25-35, male. Range C#3-E4; The Baker: 35-45, male. Range Ab2-G4; The Baker’s Wife: 35-45, female. Range F3-G5; The Witch: 45-55, female. Range F3-G5. For A CHRISTMAS STORY - Ralph Parker (Narrator): 30-50, male; Mother: 35-50, female; Old Man: 35-50, male; Miss Shields: 30-40, female; Ralphie Parker: 10-13, boy; Randy: 8-10, boy; Flick/Desperado 1: 10-13, boy; Schwartz/Desperado 2: 10-13, boy; Scut Farkas/Black Bert: 10-13, boy; Esther Jane Alberry: 10-13, girl; Helen Weathers: 10-13, girl. For THE ADDAMS FAMILY - Gomez: 40-50, male. Baritone; Morticia: 40-50, female, Alto; Wednesday: 18-21, female, Soprano; Lucas: 18-21, male. Baritone; Fester: 30-40, male. Tenor; Pugsley: 10-14, male. Tenor; Alice: 35-50, female, Soprano; Mal: 40-55, male. Tenor; Grandma: 45-60, female, Belt; Lurch: 25-35, male. Bass-baritone; Ancestors: 25-50, males & females. Ensemble/dancing/singing. Performers of all ethnicities are encouraged to apply. Only successful applicants will be contacted with an audition time. Successful audition applicants will be asked to prepare: One contemporary monologue (Maximum of two minutes in length). Those auditioning for a musical please prepare One contemporary monologue (Maximum of two minutes in length). One song from the standard musical theatre repertoire. There will be an accompanist for the musical auditions. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 10, 2014)

(USA Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 18, 2014 at 10:00 am for Male Dancers & at 2:00 pm for Female Dancers [Flashdance] at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming productions. Titles: ANYTHING GOES. EXEC PROD, Orin Wolf; DIR/CHOREO, Kathleen Marshall; CSTG, Duncan Stewart and Company. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 15, 2014 (in New York, NY). Performance Dates: Begins October 10, 2014. FLASHDANCE. EXEC PROD, Dani Davis; DIR/CHOREO, Sergio Trujillo; CSTG, Duncan Stewart and Company. Rehearsal Dates: Begins September 22, 2014 (in New York, NY). Performance Dates: Begins October 17, 2014. Contract: Weekly salary, plus per diem and profit share provided. Breakdown-- For ANYTHING GOES - Reno Sweeney: 30s-Early 40s, chic, sexy, brassy nightclub singer turned evangelist, seeking a strong singer/actor/dancer, must dance extremely well (including tap), strong comedic skills a must, belt; Hope Harcourt: 20s, beautiful debutante, betrothed to wealthy Englishman Lord Evelyn Oakleigh but secretly in love with Billy, beautiful, elegant and charming, torn between two men, must sing and dance exceptionally well, soprano/mix; Erma: Mid 20s-30s, Moonface’s sidekick and right-hand woman, fun, brassy, and flirty, a real good-time girl, seeking an excellent actor/singer/comedienne, dance skills a plus, belt; Evangeline Harcourt: 50s+, Hope’s haughty, overbearing mother, foolish, but also cold and calculating, strong comedic actress; Billy Crocker: Mid 20s-Mid 30s. Young broker employed by Elisha Whitney. Boards the ship without a ticket in pursuit of his true love. To avoid being caught he must adopt a series of disguises. Attractive, charming and funny. Must sing, dance and act extremely well. Excellent comic timing and a gorgeous tenor voice; Moonface Martin: 40s up. Hapless gangster. Public Enemy #13, but trying to move up on the list. Exceptional comedic actor who sings; Lord Evelyn Oakleigh: Late 30s-40s. Wealthy, often bumbling Englishman, engaged to Hope. Loves America and is fascinated by its slang but doesn’t always get it right. Excellent British accent and superior comedic skills req.. Must be comfortable singing; Elisha Whitney: 50s up. Wall Street tycoon; Billy’s boss. Upper-class blowhard. Excellent comic actor who can carry a tune; Captain: 40s up. Military man & captain of the ship. Mature, serious and authoritative. Must sing. Baritone; Purser: 30s. The captain’s nervous lackey. Must sing/dance well. Tap skills a plus; Luke & John: 20s-30s, characters are of Asian descent. Luke is a mischievous gambler; John is a timid worrier. Strong comedic skills needed. Must tap & sing well; Ensemble: 18-40, males & females any ethnicity. Female ensemble characters are 20s-30s, seeking singers and dancers to play various passengers aboard the ship, including Reno’s Angels, all ensemble members must sing and dance extremely well, highly skilled tap dancers a plus. Male ensemble characters are 20s-30s, seeking singers and dancers to play various passengers aboard the ship, including the male quartet, all ensemble members must sing and dance extremely well, highly skilled tap dancers a plus. Note: Ensemble tracks will include understudy assignments. Chorus / Ensemble. For FLASHDANCE - Nick Hurley: 30, confident, intelligent, playful and brash, the heir to a steel dynasty, with a winning swagger that belies a genuine desire to help his workers, capable of falling deeply in love, strong singer, with good pop sensibility, high baritone with solid Gs, and able to float a mixed/head voice A; Harry: 40s-Early 60s, worn-down, gruff, curmudgeonly (but truly warm-hearted) owner of the bar, a working-class Pittsburgh man trying to stay afloat in a tough economy, baritone; C.C.: Late 30s-40s, a slick, morally bankrupt businessman and bar owner with a talent for exploiting vulnerable young women, strong baritone singer with attitude, good pop sensibility, range Bb below low C to a strong high F; Jimmy: 20s, an aspiring stand-up comic marking time working at Harry’s while waiting for the big break, is full of energy and drive, strong singer (think a young Billy Joel), high baritenor, must have solid pop Gs, but also strong low register (low Bb); Joe: Late 30s-Early 40s, African American, Alex’s foreman at the Steel Plant, tough and strict as a boss, but sympathetic to his employees and co-workers, strong singer, with good pop sensibility; Alex Owens: 19, fiery, proud, wry sense of humor, deeply loyal to her friends, emotionally guarded with men despite being sexually in command, tough and has a temper, but is also capable of great vulnerability, her energy drives the show, must be an excellent jazz/contemporary jazz dancer, hip-hop a plus, strong dance improv skills, strong belt voice, Bb below C, belt to high D, pop sensibility, with smooth transition from pop mix to belt; Hannah: To play 70s, seasoned show biz vet with a great sense of humor and down-to-earth, take-no-prisoners point of view, physically in decline with an undimmed passion for dance, background in dance/or a very strong mover, traditional musical theater character belt; Kiki: 20s-30s, African American, funny, quick-witted, sexy and confident dancer at Harry’s and close friend to Alex, must be an excellent jazz/contemporary jazz dancer, hip-hop a plus, strong belt with pop/R&B instincts, must be able to riff, belt to a high D; Tess: 30s-40s, a sexy dancer at Harry’s with a long and unhappy history, wry, with a tough veneer, but a clear wistfulness and sadness beneath, must be excellent jazz/contemporary jazz dancer, hip-hop a plus, strong belt singer, rock sensibility, range Bb to C above middle C, star dancer; Gloria: 20s, Alex’s closest friend, petite dancer, sometimes scattered, with vulnerability she barely covers with a quick wit, harbors dreams of stardom, good dancer with powerful belt, very good pop sensibility, strong low chest voice (Bb below C) to high Db, straight tone, seamless transition from mix to belt a must; Ms. Wilde: Late 30s-40s, somewhat imperious but ultimately generous head of a prestigious arts academy, with a slightly beleaguered air, should be a good mover, belt or mix-belt to a D; Louise: 30s-50s, nurse and home aid for Hannah, deadpan sensibility, is excellent at her job and devoted to her client despite her dry humor, alto; Ensemble: 18-45, males & females any ethnicity. Strong dancer/singers. Flashdance has a contemporary pop/rock score. The ensemble must be strong belters, able to sing with straight tone, but also have the versatility to sing legit music theater. All Women belt or mix-belt to a D. Men: tenors need solid A's, baritones need solid F's. Dancers should have strong Classical training, Jazz and contemporary Jazz. Should also be very good hip-hop dancers. Gymnastics a plus. Will understudy principal and featured roles. Chorus / Ensemble. Ensemble will also understudy principal roles. Singers (all adult ages): Please prepare a 16 bar pop-rock and/or traditional musical theater selection & bring resume/photo stapled back to back. Dancers - ANYTHING GOES: Please be warmed up and ready to dance when the call begins. Bring tap and jazz/character shoes. Men should also bring knee-pads. Singing callbacks will be held time permitting. Traditional musical theater song. Dancers - FLASHDANCE: Please arrive in dance clothes & bring jazz/dance sneaker, ballet slippers, and knee pads, women bring dance heels as well. Singing callbacks will be held time permitting. Bring sheet music for a pop or rock song (preferably from the 1980’s.) Accompanist provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 10, 2014)

(Halifax, Canada)(Toronto, Canada - AUDITIONS: June 2, 2014 for Male & Female Performers) - Email photographs & resumes by May 16, 2014 to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding General Auditions. ART DIR, George Pothitos. Those who have auditioned for Mr. Pothitos within the past year or have previously worked with him can apply by confirming with us your interest, availability and interest in a specific role. Performers of all ethnicities are encouraged to apply. Only successful applicants will be contacted with an audition time. Successful audition applicants will be asked to prepare: One contemporary monologue (Maximum of two minutes in length). If you are a singer please prepare Onesong from the standard musical theatre repertoire. There will be an accompanist for the musical auditions. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 10, 2014)

Posted on April 9, 2014

(Addison, TX - AUDITIONS: April 13, 2014 between 10:00 am-7:00 pm for Equity Principal at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: DOGFIGHT. DIR, Terry Martin. Contract: Equity SPT 6 Contract ($417 min./wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 7, 2014. Performance Dates: July 25-August 17, 2014 (with possible extension August 20-24, 2014 in Dallas, TX). Breakdown-- Eddie Birdlace: 18-25, male, any ethnicity. U.S. Marine, Private First Class, a natural leader, initially a cocky smooth talker, but sheds his brash exterior when he meets Rose; from Buffalo, NY; range: A2-A4; Rose Fenny: 18-21, female, any ethnicity. A diner waitress, a dreamer, naturally shy, naïve of the world around her; range: G3-E5; Bernstein: 18+, male, any ethnicity. U.S. Marine, Private First Class, a bit nerdy and inexperienced with the opposite sex; from Cleveland, OH; range: B2-B4; Boland: 18+, male, any ethnicity. U.S. Marine, Private First Class, Birdlace’s closest friend, the most crude in his behavior and language, a poor Southern cad; range: B2-B4; Marcy: 25-35, female, any ethnicity. A nearly toothless and homely prostitute, brash and crass; actor also plays other ensemble roles; range: F#3-Eb5; Fector: 18+, male, any ethnicity. U.S. Marine, Private, not too bright; actor also plays other ensemble roles; Stevens: 18+, male, any ethnicity. U.S. Marine, Private First Class, cocky; actor also plays other ensemble roles; Gibbs: 18+, male, any ethnicity. U.S. Marine, Private First Class, Midwestern; actor also plays other ensemble roles; Mama: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Rose’s mother, protective of her daughter; actor also plays other ensemble roles; Ruth Two Bears: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Stone-faced; actor also plays other ensemble roles; Lounge Singer: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Greasy club singer; actor also plays other ensemble roles. EPA rules are in effect. A monitor will not be provided; the producer will run all aspects of this audition. Actors should come prepared with a song in the style of the show. Music from the show is acceptable. Actors might be asked for a second audition song. Casting personnel state: "Equity and Non-Equity roles are available. These roles are local hire only. No housing or travel can be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 9, 2014)

(USA & INTERNATIONAL Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 14, 2014 at 10:00 am for Male Singers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their 2014-15 international and national tours. Title: Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. DIR, Robert Jess Roth; CHOREO, Matt West; TOUR DIR, Sam Scalamoni; TOUR CHOREO, Connor Gallagher; CSTG, Bob Cline, Tricia Gentry. Contract: All roles paid. Non-Equity performers only. Tour is currently running and scheduled through June 8, 2014. Rehearsals for both the international and national tours begin August 24, 2014. Closing date is TBD. Breakdown-- Belle: 20-26, female, any ethnicity. To play 18, classically beautiful face, her eyes shine with intelligence, seems entirely unaware of her looks, strong-willed, adventurous, and noble, a true heroine, sensitive and smart, should move very well, vocal range: lyrical pop theatre voice to an E with a very strong and clear belt; Beast: 26-40, male, any ethnicity. 6'0" or taller, this role requires an exceptional actor (classical training helpful) who is also a major singer, a tortured soul trapped in the body of the Beast, angry, volatile, and hopeless, when he meets Belle, she awakens his warm, loving human side and is able to overcome his bestial nature to break the spell, should be handsome and well-built, vocal range: baritone to an F; Maurice: 46-60, male, any ethnicity. Belle's father, eccentric inventor, comic, warm, sincere, and immensely lovable, devoted to his daughter, short and stout is good, not obese, vocal range: character voice to a D; Gaston: 25-35, male, any ethnicity. No older, must be 6'0" or taller, very handsome, muscular build, sexy with a larger-than-life chiseled face, actor must be a strong comedic farceur capable of playing a larger-than-life style, rude, self-centered bully, egomaniacal, narcissistic, should move very well, vocal range: big Broadway baritone with a solid F; Le Fou: 25-35, male, any ethnicity. No taller than 5'8", Gaston's adoring hanger-on buddy, a true fall guy, buffoon, must be able to handle physical comedy and move well, seeking an accomplished stage comedian/stage clown, must be able to sing and be able to do a character voice, vocal range: to a G; Mrs. Potts: 40-55, female, any ethnicity. Plump sweet-faced English teapot, kind-hearted maternal cook, sings the title song, vocal range: lyrical alto down to a low F sharp with a convincing English accent; Lumiere: 30-45, male, any ethnicity. A candelabra, very charming, very suave, very French, maitre D' who fancies himself as a ladies' man, passionate, prone to dramatic displays of emotion, the Beast's coach in the love department, must have a credible French accent, must move well, vocal range: baritone to a G; Cogsworth: 35-50, male, any ethnicity. Manic, officious English major domo, someone wound him up way too tight and he has never wound down, slightly snooty Brit, with a heart of gold, English accent required, vocal range: character voice--baritone, not much singing; Babette: 20-35, female, any ethnicity. Beautiful feather duster, continually teases Lumiere, must dance, not too bright, voluptuous, tall with a show-girl body, French accent required, vocal range: Broadway belt with a legit soprano; Wardrobe: 18-64, female, any ethnicity. Warm, friendly, comedic, vain old girl, very theatrical, had pretensions to an operatic career, should have an ample build, but not obese, loud laugh, the life of the party, vocal range: legit operatic mezzo to G or B flat; Chip: 8-10, male, any ethnicity. Pre-adolescent boy, to play an adorable, inquisitive, eight-year-old teacup, 51" maximum, weight: 68 lbs., must sing; Ensemble: 18-64, males & females any ethnicity. Seeking strong dancer/singers or singer/dancers with strong ballet and jazz technique; most need to be able to understudy principle roles. Casting personnel state: "We will also be auditioning for our 'Elf' tours on the same day in the same room, so if you are available for both tours, you’ll be auditioning for both productions at the same time. If an unofficial sign-up list is started, it should be on one sheet of paper for both shows. We are seeking performers with strong legit Broadway voices. We are always seeking male tumblers during these calls. Actors of all ethnicities are encouraged to attend this call. Almost all ensemble members must sing well enough to cover principal roles". Prepare an uptempo or ballad which shows off your voice and range; standard Broadway music is best. If you are a character actor, prepare a song appropriate for that character. Bring sheet music. Pianist provided. You are welcome to sing from the show, but please have another appropriate selection with you. Singers should be prepared in case they are asked to stay and dance, and dancers should be prepared to stay and sing. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 9, 2014)

(USA Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 14, 2014 at 10:00 am for Male Performers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for two separate 2014-2015 national tours. Title: ELF. EXEC PROD, Kary Walker; DIR, Sam Scalamoni; CHOREO, Connor Gallagher; CSTG, Bob Cline. Contract: All roles paid. Seeking Non-Equity performers only. Rehearsal Dates: Begins October 14, 2014. Performance Dates: November 10, 2014- January 4, 2015. Breakdown-- Buddy: 25-35, male, Caucasian. This role was made famous by Will Ferrell in the movie, funny and warm, with an infectious personality, has been raised as one of Santa's elves and has the innocence of a child, has outrageous enthusiasm for everything he sees and does, but it is very genuine, seeking a comedian with great subtle timing and an amazing singing voice, must be a very strong mover, must be charming and extremely likeable. Lead; Jovie: 20-39, female, any ethnicity. To play Caucasian, this role was played by Zooey Deschanel in the movie, warm, funny, and comedic, a New Yorker who doesn’t have much Christmas spirit until meeting Buddy, must have a great singing voice and be appealing, relatable, and funny. Lead; Walter: 50-59, male, Caucasian. This role was played by James Caan in the movie, an upscale, successful business man who has become cold and distant with his family until Buddy enters their life, a workaholic with little time left for enjoying life or appreciating simple things, should be a good singer; Emily: 40-49, female, any ethnicity. To play Caucasian, warm, amazing singing voice, a very New York, dry-witted, loving mother to Michael and wife to Walter, must have great comedic skills; Michael: 9-12, male, any ethnicity. To play a Caucasian 10-year-old, funny, smart, amazing singing voice, supporting lead; possibly seeking role and standby for role; Deb: 30-49, female, any ethnicity. Funny secretary, full of character and sharp wit, amazing singing voice; Mr. Greenway: 50-59, male, any ethnicity. Shrewd businessman, must have an amazing singing voice and great comic timing, the man in command; Santa: 50-69, male, any ethnicity. To play Caucasian, jolly, warm, funny, good singing voice, down to earth, a beer and pizza kind of Santa; Store Manager: 30-49, male, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent. Funny, physically large, full of character, lots of attitude, sassy and spirited, must be able to sing well and have great comic timing, funny is more important than size; Comedic Ensemble Dancer-Singers: 20-35, female, any ethnicity. Funny, attractive, smart, seeking very strong dancers with big personalities who sing very well, must be able to deliver various comedic bit parts throughout the show, will possibly cover principal roles; dancers should have a strong sense of style; women should bring heels and flats (tapping is not required); singers who move should attend the singer call; Comedic Ensemble Dancer-Singers: 20-49, male, any ethnicity. Funny, smart, unique, seeking very strong dancers with big personalities who sing very well, must be able to deliver various comedic bit parts throughout the show, will possibly cover principal roles; dancers should have a strong sense of style; men should bring jazz shoes and sneakers (tapping is not required); singers who move should attend the singer call. Casting personnel state: "We will also be auditioning for our 'Beauty and the Beast' tours on the same day in the same room, so if you are available for both tours, you’ll be auditioning for both productions at the same time. If an unofficial sign-up list is started, it should be on one sheet of paper for both shows". Prepare a brief song selection which shows off your voice and range. Bring sheet music; pianist provided. You are welcome to sing from the show, but have another appropriate selection with you. Singers should be prepared in case they are asked to come back for a movement call later in the day. For the dance call, dancers should still bring a song selection, plus both jazz shoes or sneakers and character shoes. Casting personnel state: "Seeking performers with strong legit Broadway voices. Good comedic skills required. Almost all ensemble members must sing well enough to cover a principal role. All cast must at least move well. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 9, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 14, 2014 between 9:30 am-5:30 pm for Equity Principal at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: AND I AND SILENCE. ART DIR, James Houghton; DIR, Caitlin McLeod; WRTR, Naomi Wallace. Contract: Equity Off Broadway Contract, Cat. A ($566 min./wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 8, 2014. Performance Dates: August 5-September 14, 2014 (in New York, NY). Breakdown-- Jamie: 26, female, African-American. Working class. Very smart-practical and tough. Steely, but unflinchingly optimistic-can be playful at times. Likes words, rhyming and songs. Jamie has more awareness about the world around her than Dee; Dee: 25, female, Caucasian. Working class. Smart. Tough, and fiercely loyal. Younger than Jamie, but can be mature and tender. Although she tries to keep up with Jamie's unflinching optimism, Dee retreats into darkness as the play progresses; Young Jamie: 17, female, African-American. Suspicious and wary of Dee when she first arrives at the prison-has more of a barrier up, but loves the games they establish. More aware of the oppressive forces around them than Dee, but believes she can overcome them with good practice; Young Dee: 16, female, Caucasian. Just as tough as her older self. A willing student-earnest and eager to make friends with Jamie, even when she is punished for it. Delights in the role-play they establish and enthusiastic to follow Jamie’s example. Prepare a brief contemporary monologue. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 9, 2014)

(Costa Mesa, CA - AUDITIONS: April 14, 2014 between 7:00-10:00 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. DIR/MUSIC DIR, Stephen Hulsey. Rehearsal Dates: Begins April 21, 2014. Performance Dates: May 30-June 29, 2015 (at the Costa Mesa Playhouse in CA). Breakdown-- Mr. Mushnik: 40-60, male, Caucasian. Major supporting lead, New York Jewish vibe, very domineering, opportunistic, think "Fiddler On The Roof," truly cares about his employees despite his character flaws, baritone. Supporting; Orin Scrivello: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Nitrous oxide-loving dentist, too cool for the room, think slick 50’s greaser reject, verbally and physically abusive, also plays six other characters, including Mrs. Luce in drag. Supporting; Voice of the Plant: 20-80, male, any ethnicity. Commanding speaking voice and big gospel singing voice that radiates tons of personality, also plays another small role, baritone. Supporting; Plant Puppeteer: 16-50, male, any ethnicity. Strength and stamina required, also plays another small role. Supporting. Prepare two contrasting songs in the style of the show. An accompanist will be provided. Be prepared to indicate any scheduling conflicts you may have. Note: The roles of Audrey, Seymour and the Urchins have been cast. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 9, 2014)

(USA & INTERNATIONAL Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 15, 2014 at 10:00 am for Female Singers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their 2014-15 international and national tours. Title: Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. DIR, Robert Jess Roth; CHOREO, Matt West; TOUR DIR, Sam Scalamoni; TOUR CHOREO, Connor Gallagher; CSTG, Bob Cline, Tricia Gentry. Contract: All roles paid. Non-Equity performers only. Tour is currently running and scheduled through June 8, 2014. Rehearsals for both the international and national tours begin August 24, 2014. Closing date is TBD. Breakdown-- Belle: 20-26, female, any ethnicity. To play 18, classically beautiful face, her eyes shine with intelligence, seems entirely unaware of her looks, strong-willed, adventurous, and noble, a true heroine, sensitive and smart, should move very well, vocal range: lyrical pop theatre voice to an E with a very strong and clear belt; Beast: 26-40, male, any ethnicity. 6'0" or taller, this role requires an exceptional actor (classical training helpful) who is also a major singer, a tortured soul trapped in the body of the Beast, angry, volatile, and hopeless, when he meets Belle, she awakens his warm, loving human side and is able to overcome his bestial nature to break the spell, should be handsome and well-built, vocal range: baritone to an F; Maurice: 46-60, male, any ethnicity. Belle's father, eccentric inventor, comic, warm, sincere, and immensely lovable, devoted to his daughter, short and stout is good, not obese, vocal range: character voice to a D; Gaston: 25-35, male, any ethnicity. No older, must be 6'0" or taller, very handsome, muscular build, sexy with a larger-than-life chiseled face, actor must be a strong comedic farceur capable of playing a larger-than-life style, rude, self-centered bully, egomaniacal, narcissistic, should move very well, vocal range: big Broadway baritone with a solid F; Le Fou: 25-35, male, any ethnicity. No taller than 5'8", Gaston's adoring hanger-on buddy, a true fall guy, buffoon, must be able to handle physical comedy and move well, seeking an accomplished stage comedian/stage clown, must be able to sing and be able to do a character voice, vocal range: to a G; Mrs. Potts: 40-55, female, any ethnicity. Plump sweet-faced English teapot, kind-hearted maternal cook, sings the title song, vocal range: lyrical alto down to a low F sharp with a convincing English accent; Lumiere: 30-45, male, any ethnicity. A candelabra, very charming, very suave, very French, maitre D' who fancies himself as a ladies' man, passionate, prone to dramatic displays of emotion, the Beast's coach in the love department, must have a credible French accent, must move well, vocal range: baritone to a G; Cogsworth: 35-50, male, any ethnicity. Manic, officious English major domo, someone wound him up way too tight and he has never wound down, slightly snooty Brit, with a heart of gold, English accent required, vocal range: character voice--baritone, not much singing; Babette: 20-35, female, any ethnicity. Beautiful feather duster, continually teases Lumiere, must dance, not too bright, voluptuous, tall with a show-girl body, French accent required, vocal range: Broadway belt with a legit soprano; Wardrobe: 18-64, female, any ethnicity. Warm, friendly, comedic, vain old girl, very theatrical, had pretensions to an operatic career, should have an ample build, but not obese, loud laugh, the life of the party, vocal range: legit operatic mezzo to G or B flat; Chip: 8-10, male, any ethnicity. Pre-adolescent boy, to play an adorable, inquisitive, eight-year-old teacup, 51" maximum, weight: 68 lbs., must sing; Ensemble: 18-64, males & females any ethnicity. Seeking strong dancer/singers or singer/dancers with strong ballet and jazz technique; most need to be able to understudy principle roles. Casting personnel state: "We will also be auditioning for our 'Elf' tours on the same day in the same room, so if you are available for both tours, you’ll be auditioning for both productions at the same time. If an unofficial sign-up list is started, it should be on one sheet of paper for both shows. We are seeking performers with strong legit Broadway voices. We are always seeking male tumblers during these calls. Actors of all ethnicities are encouraged to attend this call. Almost all ensemble members must sing well enough to cover principal roles". Prepare an uptempo or ballad which shows off your voice and range; standard Broadway music is best. If you are a character actor, prepare a song appropriate for that character. Bring sheet music. Pianist provided. You are welcome to sing from the show, but please have another appropriate selection with you. Singers should be prepared in case they are asked to stay and dance, and dancers should be prepared to stay and sing. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 9, 2014)

(USA Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 15, 2014 at 10:00 am for Female Performers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for two separate 2014-2015 national tours. Title: ELF. EXEC PROD, Kary Walker; DIR, Sam Scalamoni; CHOREO, Connor Gallagher; CSTG, Bob Cline. Contract: All roles paid. Seeking Non-Equity performers only. Rehearsal Dates: Begins October 14, 2014. Performance Dates: November 10, 2014- January 4, 2015. Breakdown-- Buddy: 25-35, male, Caucasian. This role was made famous by Will Ferrell in the movie, funny and warm, with an infectious personality, has been raised as one of Santa's elves and has the innocence of a child, has outrageous enthusiasm for everything he sees and does, but it is very genuine, seeking a comedian with great subtle timing and an amazing singing voice, must be a very strong mover, must be charming and extremely likeable. Lead; Jovie: 20-39, female, any ethnicity. To play Caucasian, this role was played by Zooey Deschanel in the movie, warm, funny, and comedic, a New Yorker who doesn’t have much Christmas spirit until meeting Buddy, must have a great singing voice and be appealing, relatable, and funny. Lead; Walter: 50-59, male, Caucasian. This role was played by James Caan in the movie, an upscale, successful business man who has become cold and distant with his family until Buddy enters their life, a workaholic with little time left for enjoying life or appreciating simple things, should be a good singer; Emily: 40-49, female, any ethnicity. To play Caucasian, warm, amazing singing voice, a very New York, dry-witted, loving mother to Michael and wife to Walter, must have great comedic skills; Michael: 9-12, male, any ethnicity. To play a Caucasian 10-year-old, funny, smart, amazing singing voice, supporting lead; possibly seeking role and standby for role; Deb: 30-49, female, any ethnicity. Funny secretary, full of character and sharp wit, amazing singing voice; Mr. Greenway: 50-59, male, any ethnicity. Shrewd businessman, must have an amazing singing voice and great comic timing, the man in command; Santa: 50-69, male, any ethnicity. To play Caucasian, jolly, warm, funny, good singing voice, down to earth, a beer and pizza kind of Santa; Store Manager: 30-49, male, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent. Funny, physically large, full of character, lots of attitude, sassy and spirited, must be able to sing well and have great comic timing, funny is more important than size; Comedic Ensemble Dancer-Singers: 20-35, female, any ethnicity. Funny, attractive, smart, seeking very strong dancers with big personalities who sing very well, must be able to deliver various comedic bit parts throughout the show, will possibly cover principal roles; dancers should have a strong sense of style; women should bring heels and flats (tapping is not required); singers who move should attend the singer call; Comedic Ensemble Dancer-Singers: 20-49, male, any ethnicity. Funny, smart, unique, seeking very strong dancers with big personalities who sing very well, must be able to deliver various comedic bit parts throughout the show, will possibly cover principal roles; dancers should have a strong sense of style; men should bring jazz shoes and sneakers (tapping is not required); singers who move should attend the singer call. Casting personnel state: "We will also be auditioning for our 'Beauty and the Beast' tours on the same day in the same room, so if you are available for both tours, you’ll be auditioning for both productions at the same time. If an unofficial sign-up list is started, it should be on one sheet of paper for both shows". Prepare a brief song selection which shows off your voice and range. Bring sheet music; pianist provided. You are welcome to sing from the show, but have another appropriate selection with you. Singers should be prepared in case they are asked to come back for a movement call later in the day. For the dance call, dancers should still bring a song selection, plus both jazz shoes or sneakers and character shoes. Casting personnel state: "Seeking performers with strong legit Broadway voices. Good comedic skills required. Almost all ensemble members must sing well enough to cover a principal role. All cast must at least move well. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 9, 2014)

(Boston, MA - AUDITIONS: April 15, 2014 between 10:00 am-2:00 pm for Equity Principal [Registration at 9:00 am] at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: SWEENEY TODD. DIR, Spiro Veloudos. Contract: Equity NEAT Cat. 6 Contract (2014-15 salary pending; currently $371/wk.). Note: No housing available to out-of-town performers. Rehearsal Dates: Begins August 12, 2014. Performance Dates: September 5-October 11, 2014 (in Boston, MA). Breakdown-- Anthony Hope: 20-29, male, any ethnicity. Young and naïve sailor; baritone/tenor; Beggar Woman: 40-59, female, any ethnicity. Mezzo-soprano; Mrs. Lovett: 40-59, female, any ethnicity. A cheery but amoral restaurateur; contraltro or mezzo-soprano; Judge Turpin: 60-69, male, any ethnicity. A corrupt and depraved judiciary official; bass or bass-baritone; The Beadle: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. Turpin’s right hand man; tenor/countertenor; Johanna: 20-29, female, any ethnicity. Todd’s beautiful young daughter, soprano; Townspeople, Lords, Ladies, Policemen, Lunatics, ETC.: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Actors seen in order they arrive or may select a specific audition slot. Audition slots are five minutes long; each actor has two minutes to perform. Prepare a short standard musical piece which shows best range and a short comic monologue. Material from 'Sweeney Todd' or other work by Stephen Sondheim is appropriate. Bring sheet music with noted start/stop places; accompanist provided. Scripts & reader provided at the audition (there are no sides). Note: The roles of Sweeney Todd, Tobias Ragg & Pirelli have been cast. Auditioning performers will be considered as possible (emergency) replacements, should any become necessary. No understudies are being cast. All roles are available for non-traditional casting. You may audition for one or more roles in the season. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 9, 2014)

(Miami, FL)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 15, 2014 between 9:30 am-5:30 pm for Equity Principal at Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Title: I LOVE LUCY ®. EXEC PROD, David George, Stephen Kahn, Dede Harris, Sharon Karmanzin, Jeff Davis, Allan Williams; PROD, Hyra George, Kim Flagg; DIR, Rick Sparks; MUSIC DIR, Wayne Moore; CSTG, Michael Cassara. Contract: Equity Short Engagement Touring Agreement, Category 1 ($916 min./wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins approximately August 25, 2014. Performance Dates: September 30, 2014-June 28, 2015 (in Miami, FL). Breakdown-- Lucy Ricardo: 30-49, female, any ethnicity. Iconic zany NY housewife, married to a Cuban bandleader, longs to be in show business. Fearless, slim and attractive actor with exceedingly strong comic chops. Physical comedy, athleticism, and dancing required. Huge expressive eyes are a plus; Ricky Ricardo: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. Tenor. Cuban bandleader with fiery temper and passion, married to beautiful wife. Has huge ambition and an overactive imagination. Actor must have strong comic chops, good singing voice, great sultry rhythm, conga/percussion skills (or the ability to learn), and must be able to master Ricky's Cuban accent; Ethel Mertz: 30-59, female, any ethnicity. Lucy’s co-conspirator and best friend. Married to Fred. Actor with dry sense of humor and terrific timing. Sings and moves well; Fred Mertz: 50-69, male, any ethnicity. Long suffering husband to Ethel, and landlord of the Ricardos. Crusty curmudgeon with dry sense of humor. Sings and moves well. Bald or balding with a tummy. Not too tall; Maury Jasper: 30-59, male, any ethnicity. Desilu Playhouse Host. This consummate host and ‘everyman’ must be completely facile with improvisation. He also should have dexterous knowledge of (or at least be willing to learn) popular American and entertainment history of the late 1940s and 1950s. His warmth and humor can charm the masses, even the most cynical of audiences. May also need to cover and imitate character actor Frank Nelson. Sings and moves well; Mrs. Eugenia Swanson: 40-59, female, any ethnicity. Audience member who finds herself taking part in the proceedings. Actor must have exceedingly strong improvisational skill and perfect comic timing, also owns an infectious laugh. Sings and moves well. Will cover other roles as well; Ensemble Man #1 (Eye Dr./Crystaltone Singer): 30-49, male, any ethnicity. High baritone. Actor/singer with great comic timing who moves well. Must be able to imitate character actor Frank Nelson. Also covers Ricky Ricardo; Ensemble Man #2 (Bill Parker/Crystaltone Singer): 40-49, male, any ethnicity. Tenor. Handsome sophisticated "silver fox." Sings and moves well. Good comic timing. Will cover other roles; Ensemble Man #3 (King Kat Walsh/Crystaltone Singer): 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Tenor. Attractive actor/singer with comic chops. Expert Dancer. Blond is helpful, but not necessary. Will cover other roles; Ensemble Woman #1 (Dinah Beach/Crystaltone Singer): 30-49, female, any ethnicity. Soprano. Chameleon actor who sings and dances, with great comic chops. Plays everything from a singing and dancing Dinah Shore-esque to dowdy stage assistant. May also cover Lucy Ricardo; Ensemble Woman #2 (X Beauty Contestant/Crystlatone Singer): 20-49, female, any ethnicity. Mezzo soprano (with belt), character, plus-sized, funny gal who sings and moves very well; Ensemble Woman #3 (Makeup Girl/Crystaltone Singer): 20-49, female, any ethnicity. Mezzo soprano with belt, attractive and funny singer/actor. Moves very well. May also cover Lucy Ricardo; Ensemble Woman #4 (Alka Seltzer’s Speedy/Dorothy Day spokesperson): 40-59, female, any ethnicity. Alto. Funny chameleon character actor. Diminutive stature also helpful, but not prerequisite. Sings and moves well. Plays everything from down-home audience member, elegant commercial spokeswoman, to very old lady. Has strong improvisational skills while mingling with audience. Tap is helpful, but not a prerequisite; Gerald: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. The harried and fastidious Desilu stage manager. Also performs a musical number. Good coming timing. Sings and moves well. Possibly covers Man #1, Man #2, Man #3 and/or Ricky Ricardo; Male Standby: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Covers up to five roles in the show: Fred, Maury, Gerald, Man #1, and #2; Female Standby: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Plays Frannie (a Desilu wardrobe woman) and covers Female #1, #3,#4, and Mrs. Eugena Swanson. Prepare a very brief up-tempo & very brief ballad from standard repertoire. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 9, 2014)

(Costa Mesa, CA - AUDITIONS: April 15, 2014 between 7:00-10:00 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. DIR/MUSIC DIR, Stephen Hulsey. Rehearsal Dates: Begins April 21, 2014. Performance Dates: May 30-June 29, 2015 (at the Costa Mesa Playhouse in CA). Breakdown-- Mr. Mushnik: 40-60, male, Caucasian. Major supporting lead, New York Jewish vibe, very domineering, opportunistic, think "Fiddler On The Roof," truly cares about his employees despite his character flaws, baritone. Supporting; Orin Scrivello: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Nitrous oxide-loving dentist, too cool for the room, think slick 50’s greaser reject, verbally and physically abusive, also plays six other characters, including Mrs. Luce in drag. Supporting; Voice of the Plant: 20-80, male, any ethnicity. Commanding speaking voice and big gospel singing voice that radiates tons of personality, also plays another small role, baritone. Supporting; Plant Puppeteer: 16-50, male, any ethnicity. Strength and stamina required, also plays another small role. Supporting. Prepare two contrasting songs in the style of the show. An accompanist will be provided. Be prepared to indicate any scheduling conflicts you may have. Note: The roles of Audrey, Seymour and the Urchins have been cast. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 9, 2014)

(USA Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 16, 2014 at 10:00 am for Female Dancers who Sing well& at 2:00 pm for Male Dancers who Sing wellat Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for two separate 2014-2015 national tours. Title: ELF. EXEC PROD, Kary Walker; DIR, Sam Scalamoni; CHOREO, Connor Gallagher; CSTG, Bob Cline. Contract: All roles paid. Seeking Non-Equity performers only. Rehearsal Dates: Begins October 14, 2014. Performance Dates: November 10, 2014- January 4, 2015. Breakdown-- Buddy: 25-35, male, Caucasian. This role was made famous by Will Ferrell in the movie, funny and warm, with an infectious personality, has been raised as one of Santa's elves and has the innocence of a child, has outrageous enthusiasm for everything he sees and does, but it is very genuine, seeking a comedian with great subtle timing and an amazing singing voice, must be a very strong mover, must be charming and extremely likeable. Lead; Jovie: 20-39, female, any ethnicity. To play Caucasian, this role was played by Zooey Deschanel in the movie, warm, funny, and comedic, a New Yorker who doesn’t have much Christmas spirit until meeting Buddy, must have a great singing voice and be appealing, relatable, and funny. Lead; Walter: 50-59, male, Caucasian. This role was played by James Caan in the movie, an upscale, successful business man who has become cold and distant with his family until Buddy enters their life, a workaholic with little time left for enjoying life or appreciating simple things, should be a good singer; Emily: 40-49, female, any ethnicity. To play Caucasian, warm, amazing singing voice, a very New York, dry-witted, loving mother to Michael and wife to Walter, must have great comedic skills; Michael: 9-12, male, any ethnicity. To play a Caucasian 10-year-old, funny, smart, amazing singing voice, supporting lead; possibly seeking role and standby for role; Deb: 30-49, female, any ethnicity. Funny secretary, full of character and sharp wit, amazing singing voice; Mr. Greenway: 50-59, male, any ethnicity. Shrewd businessman, must have an amazing singing voice and great comic timing, the man in command; Santa: 50-69, male, any ethnicity. To play Caucasian, jolly, warm, funny, good singing voice, down to earth, a beer and pizza kind of Santa; Store Manager: 30-49, male, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern, Southeast Asian / Pacific Islander, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race, African Descent. Funny, physically large, full of character, lots of attitude, sassy and spirited, must be able to sing well and have great comic timing, funny is more important than size; Comedic Ensemble Dancer-Singers: 20-35, female, any ethnicity. Funny, attractive, smart, seeking very strong dancers with big personalities who sing very well, must be able to deliver various comedic bit parts throughout the show, will possibly cover principal roles; dancers should have a strong sense of style; women should bring heels and flats (tapping is not required); singers who move should attend the singer call; Comedic Ensemble Dancer-Singers: 20-49, male, any ethnicity. Funny, smart, unique, seeking very strong dancers with big personalities who sing very well, must be able to deliver various comedic bit parts throughout the show, will possibly cover principal roles; dancers should have a strong sense of style; men should bring jazz shoes and sneakers (tapping is not required); singers who move should attend the singer call. Casting personnel state: "We will also be auditioning for our 'Beauty and the Beast' tours on the same day in the same room, so if you are available for both tours, you’ll be auditioning for both productions at the same time. If an unofficial sign-up list is started, it should be on one sheet of paper for both shows". Prepare a brief song selection which shows off your voice and range. Bring sheet music; pianist provided. You are welcome to sing from the show, but have another appropriate selection with you. Singers should be prepared in case they are asked to come back for a movement call later in the day. For the dance call, dancers should still bring a song selection, plus both jazz shoes or sneakers and character shoes. Casting personnel state: "Seeking performers with strong legit Broadway voices. Good comedic skills required. Almost all ensemble members must sing well enough to cover a principal role. All cast must at least move well. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 9, 2014)

(USA & INTERNATIONAL Tour)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 17, 2014 at 10:00 am for Female Dancers & at 1:30 pm for Male Dancers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their 2014-15 international and national tours. Title: Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. DIR, Robert Jess Roth; CHOREO, Matt West; TOUR DIR, Sam Scalamoni; TOUR CHOREO, Connor Gallagher; CSTG, Bob Cline, Tricia Gentry. Contract: All roles paid. Non-Equity performers only. Tour is currently running and scheduled through June 8, 2014. Rehearsals for both the international and national tours begin August 24, 2014. Closing date is TBD. Breakdown-- Belle: 20-26, female, any ethnicity. To play 18, classically beautiful face, her eyes shine with intelligence, seems entirely unaware of her looks, strong-willed, adventurous, and noble, a true heroine, sensitive and smart, should move very well, vocal range: lyrical pop theatre voice to an E with a very strong and clear belt; Beast: 26-40, male, any ethnicity. 6'0" or taller, this role requires an exceptional actor (classical training helpful) who is also a major singer, a tortured soul trapped in the body of the Beast, angry, volatile, and hopeless, when he meets Belle, she awakens his warm, loving human side and is able to overcome his bestial nature to break the spell, should be handsome and well-built, vocal range: baritone to an F; Maurice: 46-60, male, any ethnicity. Belle's father, eccentric inventor, comic, warm, sincere, and immensely lovable, devoted to his daughter, short and stout is good, not obese, vocal range: character voice to a D; Gaston: 25-35, male, any ethnicity. No older, must be 6'0" or taller, very handsome, muscular build, sexy with a larger-than-life chiseled face, actor must be a strong comedic farceur capable of playing a larger-than-life style, rude, self-centered bully, egomaniacal, narcissistic, should move very well, vocal range: big Broadway baritone with a solid F; Le Fou: 25-35, male, any ethnicity. No taller than 5'8", Gaston's adoring hanger-on buddy, a true fall guy, buffoon, must be able to handle physical comedy and move well, seeking an accomplished stage comedian/stage clown, must be able to sing and be able to do a character voice, vocal range: to a G; Mrs. Potts: 40-55, female, any ethnicity. Plump sweet-faced English teapot, kind-hearted maternal cook, sings the title song, vocal range: lyrical alto down to a low F sharp with a convincing English accent; Lumiere: 30-45, male, any ethnicity. A candelabra, very charming, very suave, very French, maitre D' who fancies himself as a ladies' man, passionate, prone to dramatic displays of emotion, the Beast's coach in the love department, must have a credible French accent, must move well, vocal range: baritone to a G; Cogsworth: 35-50, male, any ethnicity. Manic, officious English major domo, someone wound him up way too tight and he has never wound down, slightly snooty Brit, with a heart of gold, English accent required, vocal range: character voice--baritone, not much singing; Babette: 20-35, female, any ethnicity. Beautiful feather duster, continually teases Lumiere, must dance, not too bright, voluptuous, tall with a show-girl body, French accent required, vocal range: Broadway belt with a legit soprano; Wardrobe: 18-64, female, any ethnicity. Warm, friendly, comedic, vain old girl, very theatrical, had pretensions to an operatic career, should have an ample build, but not obese, loud laugh, the life of the party, vocal range: legit operatic mezzo to G or B flat; Chip: 8-10, male, any ethnicity. Pre-adolescent boy, to play an adorable, inquisitive, eight-year-old teacup, 51" maximum, weight: 68 lbs., must sing; Ensemble: 18-64, males & females any ethnicity. Seeking strong dancer/singers or singer/dancers with strong ballet and jazz technique; most need to be able to understudy principle roles. Casting personnel state: "We will also be auditioning for our 'Elf' tours on the same day in the same room, so if you are available for both tours, you’ll be auditioning for both productions at the same time. If an unofficial sign-up list is started, it should be on one sheet of paper for both shows. We are seeking performers with strong legit Broadway voices. We are always seeking male tumblers during these calls. Actors of all ethnicities are encouraged to attend this call. Almost all ensemble members must sing well enough to cover principal roles". Prepare an uptempo or ballad which shows off your voice and range; standard Broadway music is best. If you are a character actor, prepare a song appropriate for that character. Bring sheet music. Pianist provided. You are welcome to sing from the show, but please have another appropriate selection with you. Singers should be prepared in case they are asked to stay and dance, and dancers should be prepared to stay and sing. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 9, 2014)

Posted on April 8, 2014

(Cruise Ship) - If you are unable to attend one of their live auditions, Go to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. 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:

Los Angeles, CA - April 1, 2014 at 9:30 am for Singers [Registration at 9:15 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Los Angeles, CA - April 2, 2014 at 9:45 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:15 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Los Angeles, CA - April 2, 2014 at 3:00 pm for Costumed Character Performers [Registration at 2:30 pm] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - April 5, 2014 at 1:30 pm for Dancer/Aerialist [Registration at 1:00 pm] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription.. *No prior aerial experiance required. Will train.

Sydney, Australia- April 6, 2014 at 9:45 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:15 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Sydney, Australia- April 6, 2014 at 1:00 pm for Dancers [Registration at 1:45 pm] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Melbourne, Australia- April 8, 2014 at 9:45 am for Singers [Registration at 9:15 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Melbourne, Australia- April 9, 2014 at 9:45 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:15 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Brisbane, Australia- April 11, 2014 at 9:45 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:15 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Brisbane, Australia- April 11, 2014 at 1:45 pm for Singers [Registration at 1:15 pm] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - April 13, 2014 at 9:30 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:00 am] for CATS at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - April 14, 2014 for Dancer Agent Call by Appointment [Contact Your Agent. Agents/Manager, email your clients cv to: Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - April 16, 2014 for Singer Agent Call by Appointment [Contact Your Agent. Agents/Manager, email your clients cv to: Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - April 17, 2014 at 9:45 am for Singers [Registration at 9:15 am] for CATS at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

London, UK - April 22, 2014 at 9:30 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:00 am] for CATS at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

London, UK - April 25, 2014 for Singer Agent Call by Appointment [Contact Your Agent. Agents/Manager, email your clients cv to: Details Are only Available By Subscription..

London, UK - April 27, 2014 at 9:45 am for Singers [Registration at 9:15 am] for CATS at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Hollywood, FL - April 27, 2014 at 9:30 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:00 am] at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Hollywood, FL - April 27, 2014 at 9:30 am for Singers [Registration at 9:00 am] at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

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: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Royal Caribbean Productions, 2700 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, FL 33020. Videos/DVDs will not be returned. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 1, 2014. Revised: April 8, 2014)

(Warsaw, Poland - AUDITIONS: June 1, 2014 at 1:00 pm for Male & Female Dancers By Invitation Only) - Please submit a full CV (which must include date of birth, nationality, height, weight, education, work experience, roles, address & email) with portrait and classical dance photos. For soloists also a recent DVD. Candidates for soloist positions can arrange to have an alternate date for their audition. All must be submitted by April 15, 2014 to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for new male and female soloists and corps de ballet dancers, with strong classical and contemporary technique for the 2014-2015 season. DIR, Krzysztof Pastor. Breakdown-- Male Dancers: Minimum height: 1.80 m; Female Dancers: Maximum height: 1.75 m. (Posted: April 8, 2014)

(Moncton, Canada) - Email photographs, resumes & DVD or web link of recent work ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. is looking for Male & Female Dancers for the 2014-2015 Season. ART DIR, Igor Dobrovolskiy. Dancers must have strong classical technique and be of high soloist standard. The company has a principal focus on new creations, therefore, dancers must be flexible and able to adapt to new and varied choreography. A competitive salary is offered. (Posted: April 8, 2014)

(Essen, Germany - AUDITIONS: By Invitation Only) - Email photographs, resumes & DVD or web link of recent work ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. is looking for experienced Male Soloist with strong classical and modern technique (with a minimum height of 182 cm) for the season 2014-2015. (Posted: April 8, 2014)

(Hong Kong) - For more information, See: Details Are only Available By Subscription. is looking for Dancers with strong classical and modern technique of any nationality or ethnicity. ART DIR, Madeleine Onne. Applications for corps de ballet, soloists and principals will take place in spring 2014 for 12-month contracts starting July 2014. (Posted: April 8, 2014)

(Lausanne, Switzerland- AUDITIONS: By Invitation Only - ASAP) - Email photographs, resumes & DVD or web link of recent work ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. is looking for four Soloist Dancers (male and female) for its next creation in May, 2014. Only European citizens or those with a valid work permit will be considered. The candidates must have an excellent classical and contemporary background and strong stage experience. (Posted: April 8, 2014)

(Cruise Ship) - If you are unable to attend one of their live auditions, Go to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. 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:

Williamsburg, VA - May 4, 2014 at 9:45 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:15 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Williamsburg, VA - May 4, 2014 at 1:45 pm for Singers [Registration at 1:15 pm] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Williamsburg, VA - May 5, 2014 at 9:45 am for Singers [Registration at 9:15 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Williamsburg, VA - May 5, 2014 at 1:45 pm for Dancers [Registration at 1:15 pm] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Austin, TX - May 9, 2014 at 8:45 am for Dancers [Registration at 8:15 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Austin, TX- May 9, 2014 at 12:45 pm for Singers [Registration at 12:15 pm] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - May 21, 2014 at 9:30 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:00 am] for CHICAGO at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - May 22, 2014 for Singer Agent Call by Appointment [Contact Your Agent. Agents/Manager, email your clients cv to: Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - May 22, 2014 at 9:45 am for Singers [Registration at 9:15 am] for CHICAGO at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Hollywood, FL - May 25, 2014 at 9:30 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:00 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Hollywood, FL - May 25, 2014 at 9:30 am for Singers [Registration at 9:00 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

London, UK - May 26, 2014 at 9:30 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:00 am] for CHICAGO at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

London, UK - May 27, 2014 for Singers Agent Call by Appointment [Contact Your Agent. Agents/Manager, email your clients cv to: Details Are only Available By Subscription..

London, UK - May 27, 2014 at 12:00 noon for Singers [Registration at 11:30 am] for CHICAGO at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

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: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Videos/DVDs will not be returned. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 8, 2014)

(Cruise Ship) - If you are unable to attend one of their live auditions, Go to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. 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 - June 4, 2014 at 9:30 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:00 am] for SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - June 5, 2014 for Singer Agent Call by Appointment [Contact Your Agent. Agents/Manager, email your clients cv to: Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - June 4, 2014 at 9:45 am for Singers [Registration at 9:15 am] for SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

London, UK - June 9, 2014 at 9:30 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:00 am] for SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

London, UK - June 10, 2014 for Singer Agent Call by Appointment [Contact Your Agent. Agents/Manager, email your clients cv to: Details Are only Available By Subscription..

London, UK - June 10, 2014 at 12:30 pm for Singers [Registration at 12:00 noon] for SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

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: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Videos/DVDs will not be returned. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 8, 2014)

(Ljubljana, Slovenia - AUDITIONS: June 19, 2014 at 12:00 am for Male & Female Dancers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions new Soloists & Corps the Ballet Dancers with strong classical and contemporary technique. (Posted: April 8, 2014)

Posted on April 7, 2014

(Chicago, IL - AUDITIONS: April 10, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Females Only [Registration at 9:30 am] & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Males Only [Registration at 1:30 pm] at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for Singers & Dancers for their upcoming production. Title: THE WHO'S TOMMY. DIR, Jim Corti; CHOREO, Katie Spelman; MUSIC DIR, Tom Vendafreddo. Contract: Equity LOA ref. to COST Contract ($639 min./wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins December 22, 2014. Performance Dates: January 14-February 15, 2015 (in Aurora, IL). Breakdown-- Captain Walker: 30-40, male, any ethnicity. A former soldier with lingering guilt. He murders his wife's lover after coming back from a POW camp, resulting in Tommy's trauma-induced blindness, deafness, and dumbness. Father to Tommy and husband to Mrs. Walker. Range: F3-C#5; Cousin Kevin: 18-25, male, any ethnicity. A bully with sadistic tendencies. Tortures his cousin, Tommy, when they're young and later seizes the opportunity to profit from Tommy's success. Range: Ab2-B4; Ensemble: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. To play Soldiers, Nurses, Harlots, Lads and Lasses, Guards, and Reporters; Gypsy: 25-35, female, any ethnicity. A brazen drug dealer and prostitute. Tommy's parents bring him to the Gypsy to experiment with unusual cures. Range: G3-F5; Mrs. Walker: 25-35, female, any ethnicity. A weary middle-class woman. Mrs. Walker is tired and frustrated from trying to care for and cure Tommy. Tommy's mother and Captain Walker's wife. Range: G3-D6; Sally Simpson: 15-18, female, any ethnicity. A bold, sensitive, and excitable teenybopper. Sally develops a fan crush on Tommy and rushes the stage to be close to him. Range: F3-D5; The Specialist: 30-45, male, any ethnicity. A doctor with modern ideas about how to cure Tommy. Tommy's parents hire him in their desperation to find any cure for their son. Range: G#3-F4; Tommy/Narrator: 18-25, male, any ethnicity. An embittered young genius stricken deaf, dumb, and blind after a childhood trauma. Tommy discovers that he is a natural master of pinball, and later becomes a cult-like hero figure to masses enthralled by his story. Captain Walker and Mrs. Walker's son. Range: Db3-B4; Uncle Ernie: 30-45, male, any ethnicity. A lecherous, drunken bachelor. Ernie molests a young Tommy and later runs a children's camp seeking to profit from Tommy's popularity. Mrs. Walker's brother and Tommy's uncle. Range: G2-Bb4. No appointments necessary. This is an Equity Chorus Call; Equity members will be seen first. Chorus rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Be warmed up and prepared to dance in appropriate attire; bring flat shoes. Bring sheet music in your key; an accompanist will be provided. You may be asked to sing. Prepare one 32 bar pop/rock song in the style of the show showing vocal range with an act-able lyric. Have a second selection prepared in case you are asked. Bring 2 sets of photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 7, 2014)

(New Canaan, CT - AUDITIONS: April 12, 2014 between 10:00 am-6:00 pm for Equity Principal at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: HAIRSPRAY. DIR, Allegra Libonatti; CHOREO, Doug Shankman; MUSIC DIR, David Hancock-Turner. Contract: Equity LOA ref. to LORT Contract ($353/wk. min.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins June 3, 2014. Performance Dates: June 21-August 3, 2014 (in New Canaan, CT). Breakdown-- Tracy Turnblad: 18+, female, any ethnicity. A high-spirited, irrepressible, chubby teen girl; she loves to dance and is eager for her life to kick in; Edna Turnblad: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Her hefty, loving, somewhat repressed mother, a laundress with deferred dreams; Wilbur Turnblad: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Tracy’s father; a mischievous joke shop proprietor but always reliable dad; Penny Pingleton: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Tracy’s ditzy but devoted best friend; Corny Collins: 18+, male, any ethnicity. The smooth and smart adult host of Baltimore’s local TV teen dance show; Link Larkin: 18+, male, any ethnicity. The show’s teen male dreamboat, ambitious but essentially good-hearted; Amber Von Tussle: 18+, female, any ethnicity. The show’s resident princess, conniving and selfish, but superficially perky; Velma Von Tussle: 18+, female, any ethnicity. The TV station manager; a rich, bigoted, bossy widow who’s pushing daughter Amber to the stardom she herself never had; Motormouth Maybelle: 18+, female, African-American. The big, brassy, all-embracing black radio DJ and once-a-month guest host on Corny’s show; she wears blonde wigs as her trademark; Seaweed J. Stubbs: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Motormouth Maybelle's sexy teen son, street smart but easygoing; his unique dance lessons give Tracy the edge she needs to catch Corny’s attention; Little Inez: 12+, female, any ethnicity. To play 12, Seaweed’s little sister, cute but angry, impatient for the promised land of actual civil rights; Male Authority Figure: 18+, male, any ethnicity. To play assorted middle-aged men: a nervous businessman, a condescending high school principal, a flamboyant fashion boutique owner, a cop, and a corrupt jail guard; Female Authority Figure: 18+, female, any ethnicity. To play assorted middle-aged women: Prudy (Penny’s incredibly uptight and small-minded mother), a sadistic gym teacher, a cop, and a sardonic prison matron; The Dynamites: 18+, female, African-American. A trio of ultra-glamorous black divas who emerge from a poster to be the magical hostesses of Tracy and Edna’s whirlwind visit to the emerging Swinging Sixties; Ensemble: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. To play Council Members, Patterson Park High School Students, and Denizens of Baltimore. Prepare two contrasting 16-bar selections from or in the style of the show. Bring sheet music in the correct key. Accompanist is provided. Some may be asked to demonstrate dancing skills; be prepared to move as part of your audition. AEA members without appointments may be seen as time permits. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Note: All cast members must be good singers, movers and dancers. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 7, 2014)

(New Canaan, CT - AUDITIONS: April 13, 2014 between 12:00 am-6:00 pm for Equity Principal at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: HAIRSPRAY. DIR, Allegra Libonatti; CHOREO, Doug Shankman; MUSIC DIR, David Hancock-Turner. Contract: Equity LOA ref. to LORT Contract ($353/wk. min.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins June 3, 2014. Performance Dates: June 21-August 3, 2014 (in New Canaan, CT). Breakdown-- Tracy Turnblad: 18+, female, any ethnicity. A high-spirited, irrepressible, chubby teen girl; she loves to dance and is eager for her life to kick in; Edna Turnblad: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Her hefty, loving, somewhat repressed mother, a laundress with deferred dreams; Wilbur Turnblad: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Tracy’s father; a mischievous joke shop proprietor but always reliable dad; Penny Pingleton: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Tracy’s ditzy but devoted best friend; Corny Collins: 18+, male, any ethnicity. The smooth and smart adult host of Baltimore’s local TV teen dance show; Link Larkin: 18+, male, any ethnicity. The show’s teen male dreamboat, ambitious but essentially good-hearted; Amber Von Tussle: 18+, female, any ethnicity. The show’s resident princess, conniving and selfish, but superficially perky; Velma Von Tussle: 18+, female, any ethnicity. The TV station manager; a rich, bigoted, bossy widow who’s pushing daughter Amber to the stardom she herself never had; Motormouth Maybelle: 18+, female, African-American. The big, brassy, all-embracing black radio DJ and once-a-month guest host on Corny’s show; she wears blonde wigs as her trademark; Seaweed J. Stubbs: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Motormouth Maybelle's sexy teen son, street smart but easygoing; his unique dance lessons give Tracy the edge she needs to catch Corny’s attention; Little Inez: 12+, female, any ethnicity. To play 12, Seaweed’s little sister, cute but angry, impatient for the promised land of actual civil rights; Male Authority Figure: 18+, male, any ethnicity. To play assorted middle-aged men: a nervous businessman, a condescending high school principal, a flamboyant fashion boutique owner, a cop, and a corrupt jail guard; Female Authority Figure: 18+, female, any ethnicity. To play assorted middle-aged women: Prudy (Penny’s incredibly uptight and small-minded mother), a sadistic gym teacher, a cop, and a sardonic prison matron; The Dynamites: 18+, female, African-American. A trio of ultra-glamorous black divas who emerge from a poster to be the magical hostesses of Tracy and Edna’s whirlwind visit to the emerging Swinging Sixties; Ensemble: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. To play Council Members, Patterson Park High School Students, and Denizens of Baltimore. Prepare two contrasting 16-bar selections from or in the style of the show. Bring sheet music in the correct key. Accompanist is provided. Some may be asked to demonstrate dancing skills; be prepared to move as part of your audition. AEA members without appointments may be seen as time permits. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Note: All cast members must be good singers, movers and dancers. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 7, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 14, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Female Singers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Singers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for possible replacements for the Broadway production. Title: AFTER MIDNIGHT. DIR/CHOREO, Warren Carlyle; MUSIC DIR, Wynton Marsalis; CSTG, Laura Stanczyk Casting. Contract: Equity Production (League) Contract ($1807 min./wk.). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Currently running on Broadway. Breakdown-- Male Singers: 20-59, male, any ethnicity. Gents with rhythm, swing and astonishing ears who can blend and hold close harmony, They should also be able to step out into solo numbers with great technique, charm and charisma. Seeking all ranges from true bass (low D below middle C) to first tenor; Female Singers: 20-59, female, any ethnicity. Ladies with great jazz technique, supple sexy voices, the ability to sing in tight harmony and the ability to step out with sexuality, sass and great emotional depth into solo numbers. Seeking all ranges from meaty altos to gorgeous floaty sopranos. Considering all sizes but performers must move well and have an open, joyous sensuality. Everyone must show government photo ID to enter the audition venue. Prepare a 16 bar selection of your choice in the style of the show. Bring sheet music, an accompanist will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 7, 2014)

(Paris, France & New York, NY)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 16, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Female Dancers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: AN AMERICAN IN PARIS. DIR/CHOREO, Christopher Wheeldon; MUSIC DIR, Brad Haak. Contract: Equity Special Agreement, approval pending (Salary pending). Rehearsal Dates: Begins approximately September 24, 2014 (in New York, NY). Travel to Paris, France approximately November 5, 2014. Preview Dates: Approximately November 22, 2014. Performance Dates: Runs through January 5, 2015 (in Paris, France). Breakdown-- Ensemble Dancers: 18-49, males & females any ethnicity. Must have excellent technique & training in ballet. Singing ability a plus but not required for all tracks. Everyone must show government photo ID to enter audition venue. Come warmed up and prepared to dance. The combination will be ballet-based, so bring appropriate shoes and clothing. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 7, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 17, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Female Dancers & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for possible replacements for the Broadway production. Title: AFTER MIDNIGHT. DIR/CHOREO, Warren Carlyle; MUSIC DIR, Wynton Marsalis; CSTG, Laura Stanczyk Casting. Contract: Equity Production (League) Contract ($1807 min./wk.). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Currently running on Broadway. Breakdown-- Male Dancers: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Dancers with charm, charisma, and panache. We are seeking tall, broad, athletic, classically trained dancers in the techniques of ballet, theatre dance and jazz as well as astonishing tappers. Traditional dancers do not need to sing. We are seeking tappers who sing and some who do not. We are also seeking hip hop dancers, poppers, crunkers, crumpers and all forms or modern street dance provided artists have true discipline, can move to traditional music and work with choreographers. All must have precision, style, good rhythm and elegance; Female Dancers: 20-39, female, any ethnicity. Dancers with great jazz and ballet technique, long legs, astonishing figures and rhythm. These dancers do not need to sing. We are also seeking female tappers with great charm and joy who sing very well. Everyone must show government photo ID to enter the audition venue. Be warmed up and ready to dance. Women, have character heels. Men, have jazz or character shoes. In case you are asked to stay and sing, have prepared 16 bars of a song in the style of the show. Bring sheet music, an accompanist will be provided. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 7, 2014)

(Seattle, WA - AUDITIONS: April 21, 2014 between 2:00-3:30 pm for Female Dancers & 4:00-5:30 pm for Male Dancers By Appointment at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding an open dance call for age 18+ principal and ensemble dancers, singers & actors for their 2014-2015 season. Season Titles: A CHORUS LINE, KINKY BOOTS, A CHRISTMAS STORY, THE MUSICAL, Rodgers and Hammerstein's CAROUSEL, JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND WELL & LIVING IN PARIS, SOMETHING ROTTEN & GREASE. CSTG, Kelsey Thorgalsen. Contract: All roles are paid. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Throughout 2014-2015 (at the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle, WA). Breakdown-- Dancers: 18-50, males & females any ethnicity. Must have an advanced background in jazz and ballet. Chorus / Ensemble. Come dressed to dance and be prepared to follow combination steps under a choreographer’s direction. Arrive warmed up and ready to dance. Bring sheet music in your correct key for two songs that demonstrate your vocal ability, acting ability and stage presence. Prepare one contemporary musical theatre song and one song from the "Golden Age" of musical theatre. All songs should be from the musical theatre canon. No opera arias, or pop songs, etc. There is no guarantee that you will be asked to sing, but be prepared to do so at any time. An accompanist will be provided. Taped accompaniment or singing a cappella will not be permitted. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 7, 2014)

(Hartford, CT - April 23, 2014 between 10:00 am-5:00 pm for Equity Principal By Appointment at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their 2014-2015 season. Season Titles: ETHER DOME. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: August 26-October 5, 2014 (in Hartford, CT). HAMLET. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: September 19-November 9, 2014 (in Hartford, CT). A CHRISTMAS CAROL - A GHOST STORY OF CHRISTMAS. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: November 11-December 28, 2014 (in Hartford, CT). PRIVATE LIVES. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: December 16, 2014-February 1, 2015 (in Hartford, CT). REVERNERATION. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: January 20-March 15, 2015 (in Hartford, CT). THE PIANIST OF WILLDESDEN LANE. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: March 23-April 26, 2015 (in Hartford, CT). KISS ME, KATE. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: April 17-June 7, 2015 (in Hartford, CT). Contract: Equity LORT Non-Rep Cat B Contract ($812/wk. min.). Breakdown-- For ETHER DOME - Dr. Horace Wells: 34, male. Charismatic leading man. Prominent dentist. Discovers nitrous oxide as an anesthetic but fails to prove its worth. Betrayed by his former partner, Morton, driven near mad after his failure and Morton’s duplicity, he loses everything. Dignified, honorable, and determined – until he explodes; Elizabeth Wells: 27, female. Leading lady. Married to Horace and serves as his dental assistant. Kind, loving and righteous. She’s seen it all, and is the only person in the play who is not afraid of pain or death. Only wants what is owed her husband and defends Horace and his good name until the bitter end; William Morton: 27, male. Charming and attractive. Dentist, Horace’s partner until he breaks off to get married and become a doctor. Desperate to please, Ambitious, impatient and always looking to strike it rich. Lives in constant fear of others discovering who he really is; Elizabeth Morton: 20s, female. Comic Ingenue. William Morton’s wife. A graduate of Miss Porter’s school where she was given all the skills useful for marrying a wealthy husband. Idealistic and engaging. Possible brief nudity. (but not at the EPA); Dr. Charles Jackson: 47, male. Respected surgeon, might well be a genius in another field, (having studied Geology, Chemistry, Astronomy and More), but in this one, he’s constantly mocked because he faints at the sight of blood; Dr. John Warren: 68, male. Powerful and patrician. Renowned surgeon and professor, Beacon Hill Blue-blood, a perfectionist who is constantly disappointed by others. Loves being a surgeon. Very old school, he is not interested in a new way of doing things; Dr. Bigelow: 25, male. Youngest doctor on staff at Mass General. Seems to have it all: wealth, good looks and confidence. Treated like a baby by all the other doctors. Has a nose for innovation and recognizes a good idea when he sees it. Will double in other roles; Dr. Augustus Gould: 50, male. Spectacled conchologist and former surgeon. Can’t stand the screaming anymore. An outsider. Insecure and fragile. Could possibly double in other roles; Dr. Hayward: 50, male. House surgeon. Tough and hardworking. Should be valued more by the hospital. Trying to hide his growing resentment. Will double in other roles; Mrs. Wadsworth: 50s, female. Wealthy patient of Horace’s. Educated. Dignified. Has impeccable taste and a dry sense of humor that escapes most people. Will double in other roles; Livingston: 20s, male. The top medical student. A bit of a smart ass. Ruthless enough to be Chief of Surgery some day. Will double in other roles; Dr. Colton: 40s- 50, male. Legitimately a doctor with a degree, but instead of practicing he puts on a stage show pretending to lecture and sell Laughing Gas. Will double in other roles; Young Woman In White: Teens-20s, female. The manifestation of Horace’s laughing-gas and chloroform induced visions. Beautiful. Ethereal. Will double in other roles; Inman: 20s, male. Medical student at Massachusetts General Hospital. Will double in other roles; Livingston: 20s, male. Medical student at Massachusetts General Hospital. Will double in other roles. For HAMLET - All Roles Are Open. For A CHRISTMAS CAROL- A GHOST STORY OF CHRISTMAS - All roles have been CAST. For PRIVATE LIVES - All Roles Are Open. For REVERBERATION - Jonathan: 30s, male. An emotionally fragile and combustible young man. Dealing (poorly) with a recent tragedy, he has withdrawn from the world, leading a life of solitude within the safety of his Astoria apartment. His only real connection with the world is through the Internet. He’s always been someone who feels emotions much more acutely than others. Now that they are dark and painful, he tries to numb them with alcohol and anonymous sex. He’s going down a rabbit hole that he is in danger of never escaping. And yet, despite all this, he still has the ability to love and be compassionate, but only when moved to by others. Left to his own devices, he’d destroy himself. This role requires nudity. (but not at the EPA); Claire: Late 20s, female. The human equivalent of a sheer curtain fluttering by an open window. Light to Jonathan’s dark. A bit of a wanderer with no real roots set down anywhere, Claire is a wanna-be fashionista without the budget to fully commit to the lifestyle. She dates older, married men in exchange for nice things and fancy dinners. She drinks too much but not in the way Jonathan does. She flits, she flirts. She is pink champagne. But once you get to know her, you start to realize that all of this is simply a mask guarding against her own demons. She makes bad decisions but she makes them with style. She is, in her own way, just as lonely and self-destructive as Jonathan. This role requires nudity. (but not at the EPA); Wes: 20s, male. Possessed of the wide-eyed optimism of youth and yet with a loneliness equal to Jonathan and Claire’s, if not yet as fully articulated. You get the sense he doesn’t have many real friends, just acquaintances, most of whom seem to be from online hook-ups, which he engages in frequently. Despite his youth, he is an old soul. He yearns for love and happiness but doesn’t know how, exactly, to get either. He is charming and seductive and is learning how to use his youth and his body to get what he wants. The trouble is, the things he wants aren’t often obtained through either tactic. He is a young man still forming an identity. One has high hopes for him. But danger signs abound. This role requires nudity. (but not at the EPA). For THE PIANIST OF WILLESDEN LANE - All roles have been CAST. For KISS ME, KATE - All Roles Are Open. Prepare two contrasting monologues. If auditioning for musicals, also prepare 16 bars of a song; accompanist will be provided. Auditions should be no longer than four minutes in length. Equity actors without appointments seen on a 1st-come, 1st-served basis as time permits. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Bring 2 sets of photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 7, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 24, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Male Singers who Tap & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Singers who Tap at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for first-rate musical theater dancers & singers of all types for the ensemble of the world-premiere. Title: HOLIDAY INN. PROD, Michael Price; AP, Bob Alwine; DIR, Gordon Greenberg; CHOREO, Denis Jones; MUSIC DIR, Michael O’Flaherty; CSTG, Paul Hardt/SH Entertainment. Contract: Equity LORT B Non-Rep Contract ($812/wk. min.). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: August 19-December 21, 2014 (at the Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam, CT). This show will require the ensemble to tap dance as well as be versed in traditional musical theater jazz. Breakdown-- Dancers & Singers: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. Prepare a brief traditional musical comedy song (no contemporary material). You may be asked to stay and dance/move/tap later that day, time permitting. Be prepared with appropriate clothes and shoes - including tap shoes. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 7, 2014)

(Hartford, CT - April 24, 2014 between 10:00 am-5:00 pm for Equity Principal By Appointment at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their 2014-2015 season. Season Titles: ETHER DOME. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: August 26-October 5, 2014 (in Hartford, CT). HAMLET. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: September 19-November 9, 2014 (in Hartford, CT). A CHRISTMAS CAROL - A GHOST STORY OF CHRISTMAS. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: November 11-December 28, 2014 (in Hartford, CT). PRIVATE LIVES. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: December 16, 2014-February 1, 2015 (in Hartford, CT). REVERNERATION. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: January 20-March 15, 2015 (in Hartford, CT). THE PIANIST OF WILLDESDEN LANE. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: March 23-April 26, 2015 (in Hartford, CT). KISS ME, KATE. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: April 17-June 7, 2015 (in Hartford, CT). Contract: Equity LORT Non-Rep Cat B Contract ($812/wk. min.). Breakdown-- For ETHER DOME - Dr. Horace Wells: 34, male. Charismatic leading man. Prominent dentist. Discovers nitrous oxide as an anesthetic but fails to prove its worth. Betrayed by his former partner, Morton, driven near mad after his failure and Morton’s duplicity, he loses everything. Dignified, honorable, and determined – until he explodes; Elizabeth Wells: 27, female. Leading lady. Married to Horace and serves as his dental assistant. Kind, loving and righteous. She’s seen it all, and is the only person in the play who is not afraid of pain or death. Only wants what is owed her husband and defends Horace and his good name until the bitter end; William Morton: 27, male. Charming and attractive. Dentist, Horace’s partner until he breaks off to get married and become a doctor. Desperate to please, Ambitious, impatient and always looking to strike it rich. Lives in constant fear of others discovering who he really is; Elizabeth Morton: 20s, female. Comic Ingenue. William Morton’s wife. A graduate of Miss Porter’s school where she was given all the skills useful for marrying a wealthy husband. Idealistic and engaging. Possible brief nudity. (but not at the EPA); Dr. Charles Jackson: 47, male. Respected surgeon, might well be a genius in another field, (having studied Geology, Chemistry, Astronomy and More), but in this one, he’s constantly mocked because he faints at the sight of blood; Dr. John Warren: 68, male. Powerful and patrician. Renowned surgeon and professor, Beacon Hill Blue-blood, a perfectionist who is constantly disappointed by others. Loves being a surgeon. Very old school, he is not interested in a new way of doing things; Dr. Bigelow: 25, male. Youngest doctor on staff at Mass General. Seems to have it all: wealth, good looks and confidence. Treated like a baby by all the other doctors. Has a nose for innovation and recognizes a good idea when he sees it. Will double in other roles; Dr. Augustus Gould: 50, male. Spectacled conchologist and former surgeon. Can’t stand the screaming anymore. An outsider. Insecure and fragile. Could possibly double in other roles; Dr. Hayward: 50, male. House surgeon. Tough and hardworking. Should be valued more by the hospital. Trying to hide his growing resentment. Will double in other roles; Mrs. Wadsworth: 50s, female. Wealthy patient of Horace’s. Educated. Dignified. Has impeccable taste and a dry sense of humor that escapes most people. Will double in other roles; Livingston: 20s, male. The top medical student. A bit of a smart ass. Ruthless enough to be Chief of Surgery some day. Will double in other roles; Dr. Colton: 40s- 50, male. Legitimately a doctor with a degree, but instead of practicing he puts on a stage show pretending to lecture and sell Laughing Gas. Will double in other roles; Young Woman In White: Teens-20s, female. The manifestation of Horace’s laughing-gas and chloroform induced visions. Beautiful. Ethereal. Will double in other roles; Inman: 20s, male. Medical student at Massachusetts General Hospital. Will double in other roles; Livingston: 20s, male. Medical student at Massachusetts General Hospital. Will double in other roles. For HAMLET - All Roles Are Open. For A CHRISTMAS CAROL- A GHOST STORY OF CHRISTMAS - All roles have been CAST. For PRIVATE LIVES - All Roles Are Open. For REVERBERATION - Jonathan: 30s, male. An emotionally fragile and combustible young man. Dealing (poorly) with a recent tragedy, he has withdrawn from the world, leading a life of solitude within the safety of his Astoria apartment. His only real connection with the world is through the Internet. He’s always been someone who feels emotions much more acutely than others. Now that they are dark and painful, he tries to numb them with alcohol and anonymous sex. He’s going down a rabbit hole that he is in danger of never escaping. And yet, despite all this, he still has the ability to love and be compassionate, but only when moved to by others. Left to his own devices, he’d destroy himself. This role requires nudity. (but not at the EPA); Claire: Late 20s, female. The human equivalent of a sheer curtain fluttering by an open window. Light to Jonathan’s dark. A bit of a wanderer with no real roots set down anywhere, Claire is a wanna-be fashionista without the budget to fully commit to the lifestyle. She dates older, married men in exchange for nice things and fancy dinners. She drinks too much but not in the way Jonathan does. She flits, she flirts. She is pink champagne. But once you get to know her, you start to realize that all of this is simply a mask guarding against her own demons. She makes bad decisions but she makes them with style. She is, in her own way, just as lonely and self-destructive as Jonathan. This role requires nudity. (but not at the EPA); Wes: 20s, male. Possessed of the wide-eyed optimism of youth and yet with a loneliness equal to Jonathan and Claire’s, if not yet as fully articulated. You get the sense he doesn’t have many real friends, just acquaintances, most of whom seem to be from online hook-ups, which he engages in frequently. Despite his youth, he is an old soul. He yearns for love and happiness but doesn’t know how, exactly, to get either. He is charming and seductive and is learning how to use his youth and his body to get what he wants. The trouble is, the things he wants aren’t often obtained through either tactic. He is a young man still forming an identity. One has high hopes for him. But danger signs abound. This role requires nudity. (but not at the EPA). For THE PIANIST OF WILLESDEN LANE - All roles have been CAST. For KISS ME, KATE - All Roles Are Open. Prepare two contrasting monologues. If auditioning for musicals, also prepare 16 bars of a song; accompanist will be provided. Auditions should be no longer than four minutes in length. Equity actors without appointments seen on a 1st-come, 1st-served basis as time permits. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Bring 2 sets of photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 7, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 27, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Girl Dancers who Sing at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: MATILDA. DIR, Matthew Warchus; CHOREO, Peter Darling. Contract: Equity Production (League) Contract ($1807 min./wk.). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Currently running on Broadway. Breakdown-- Female Children's Ensemble: 8-12, female, any ethnicity. Strong dancers, who sing and act. Heights range from 4'2''-4'8''. Equity girls seen first; non-Equity girls will be seen immediately after. Sign-up for Equity girls begins at 9:30 am with the Equity monitor; a representative of the casting office will begin the sign up process for Non-Equity girls at 8:30 am in Studio #1209. Wear comfortable clothes that you can dance in (sneakers or jazz shoes). There is no tap or ballet. Prepare a short, musical theater song of your choice, in case you are asked to sing. Adult auditions are held separately. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 7, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 28, 2014 at 10:00 am for Equity Chorus Male Dancers who Sing & at 2:00 pm for Equity Chorus Female Dancers who Sing at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for first-rate musical theater dancers & singers of all types for the ensemble of the world-premiere. Title: HOLIDAY INN. PROD, Michael Price; AP, Bob Alwine; DIR, Gordon Greenberg; CHOREO, Denis Jones; MUSIC DIR, Michael O’Flaherty; CSTG, Paul Hardt/SH Entertainment. Contract: Equity LORT B Non-Rep Contract ($812/wk. min.). Rehearsal/Performance Dates: August 19-December 21, 2014 (at the Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam, CT). This show will require the ensemble to tap dance as well as be versed in traditional musical theater jazz. Breakdown-- Dancers & Singers: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. Prepare a brief traditional musical comedy song (no contemporary material). You may be asked to stay and dance/move/tap later that day, time permitting. Be prepared with appropriate clothes and shoes - including tap shoes. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 7, 2014)

(Arvada, CO)(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: May 1, 2014 at 9:30 am for Equity Chorus Female Danceers & at 1:30 pm for Equity Chorus Male Dancers at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: TARZAN®, The Stage Musical. ART PROD, Rod A. Lansberry; DIR, Gavin Mayer; CHOREO, Kitty Skillman Hilsabeck; MUSIC DIR, David Nehls. Contract: Equity LORT Non-Rep Contract, Tier B ($812 min./wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins June 17, 2014. Performance Dates: July 11-August 3, 2014 (in Arvada, CO). Breakdown-- Ensemble Dancers: 18-39, male, any ethnicity. Skilled, fit dancers/actors with a wide range of physical ability and some experience in modern/contemporary dance. Seeking people with acrobatic skills using upper body strength; forms of dance that are very athletic and strength-oriented; Singing ability is also necessary. All of the dancers perform fly in the show. Individuals of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds are needed and encouraged. Be warmed up and ready to dance. Bring your book of music in case asked you are asked to stay and sing. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 7, 2014)

Posted on April 3, 2014

(Orlando, FL - AUDITIONS: April 5, 2014 between 10:00 am-1:00 pm for Male & Female Actors By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding General Auditions for their upcoming 18th season. Theatre is seeking professional actors with strong dramatic and comedic skills for season 18 productions. Auditioners should prepare two contrasting 1-minute monologues. Monologues should be from published work only. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Orlando, FL - AUDITIONS: April 6, 2014 between 10:00 am-1:00 pm for Male & Female Actors By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding General Auditions for their upcoming 18th season. Theatre is seeking professional actors with strong dramatic and comedic skills for season 18 productions. Auditioners should prepare two contrasting 1-minute monologues. Monologues should be from published work only. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Chicago, IL - AUDITIONS: April 6, 2014 between 7:00-10:00 pm By Appointment at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: ALICE IN WONDERLAND, a musical by The Manhattan Project. ART DIR, Bradley Baker. Performance Dates: June 28-August 10, 2014 (in Chicago, IL). Breakdown-- Actors: 18-64, males & females any ethnicity. Instrumental ability a plus. Supporting. Prepare two contrasting contemporary monologues. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Orlando, FL - AUDITIONS: April 7, 2014 between 6:30-9:30 pm for Male & Female Actors By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding General Auditions for their upcoming 18th season. Theatre is seeking professional actors with strong dramatic and comedic skills for season 18 productions. Auditioners should prepare two contrasting 1-minute monologues. Monologues should be from published work only. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Dallas, TX - AUDITIONS: April 7, 2014 between 5:00-10:00 pm for Equity Principal at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: SOHO CINDERS. DIR, John De Los Santos. Contract: Equity SPT Contract, Tier 3 ($291 min./wk. Two principal actor contracts available; hiring local performers only). Rehearsal Dates: Begins the week of May 19, 2014. Performance Dates: June 13-22, 2014 (in Dallas, TX). Breakdown-- Robbie: 18+, male, any ethnicity. A college rent boy who gets wrapped up in an illicit affair with an aspiring politician; Velcro: 18+, female, any ethnicity. A single mother who runs Sit and Spin Laundromat; Clodagh: 18+, female, any ethnicity. One of Robbie’s ugly stepsisters; Dana: 18+, female, any ethnicity. One of Robbie’s ugly stepsisters; Lord Bellingham: 18+, male, any ethnicity. An older wealthy gentleman and one of Robbie’s clients; James Prince: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Engaged perspective mayoral candidate of London who is hiding a secret; Marilyn Platt: 18+, female, any ethnicity. James’ beautiful fiancé; William George: 18+, male, any ethnicity. James’ campaign manager. EPA rules are in effect. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. There is a free parking lot at the theater; check in at theater lobby. Bring sheet music in the correct key. An accompanist will be provided. Prepare up to two minutes of two contrasting contemporary Broadway musical selections that show off vocal range, musicianship and versatility. Both Equity and non-Equity performers will be considered. Bring 2 sets of photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Novato, CA)(San Francisco, CA - AUDITIONS: April 7, 2014 between 7:00-9:00 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for the staged reading of ALMOST MAINE. DIR, Kris Neely. Performance Dates: May 2-4, 2014 (in Novato, CA). Breakdown-- All Roles Are Open: 18-64, males & females any ethnicity. Supporting. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Whittier, CA - AUDITIONS: April 7, 2014 at 7:30 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: CHARLEY'S AUNT by Brandon Thomas. PROD, Gabe Puga; DIR, Roxanne Barker. Rehearsal Dates: April 14-May 29, 2014. Performance Dates: May 30-June 14, 2014 (at the Whittier Center Theater in Whittier, CA). Breakdown-- Six Men & Four Women: 19-60, males & females, Caucasian, African American, Hispanic. Must speak with English accent. All roles are open and those auditioning will cold read from the script. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Chicago, IL - AUDITIONS: April 8, 2014 between 7:00-10:00 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: ALICE IN WONDERLAND, a musical by The Manhattan Project. ART DIR, Bradley Baker. Performance Dates: June 28-August 10, 2014 (in Chicago, IL). Breakdown-- Actors: 18-64, males & females any ethnicity. Instrumental ability a plus. Supporting. Prepare two contrasting contemporary monologues. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Dallas, TX - AUDITIONS: April 8, 2014 between 5:00-7:00 pm for Equity Principal at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: SOHO CINDERS. DIR, John De Los Santos. Contract: Equity SPT Contract, Tier 3 ($291 min./wk. Two principal actor contracts available; hiring local performers only). Rehearsal Dates: Begins the week of May 19, 2014. Performance Dates: June 13-22, 2014 (in Dallas, TX). Breakdown-- Robbie: 18+, male, any ethnicity. A college rent boy who gets wrapped up in an illicit affair with an aspiring politician; Velcro: 18+, female, any ethnicity. A single mother who runs Sit and Spin Laundromat; Clodagh: 18+, female, any ethnicity. One of Robbie’s ugly stepsisters; Dana: 18+, female, any ethnicity. One of Robbie’s ugly stepsisters; Lord Bellingham: 18+, male, any ethnicity. An older wealthy gentleman and one of Robbie’s clients; James Prince: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Engaged perspective mayoral candidate of London who is hiding a secret; Marilyn Platt: 18+, female, any ethnicity. James’ beautiful fiancé; William George: 18+, male, any ethnicity. James’ campaign manager. EPA rules are in effect. A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. There is a free parking lot at the theater; check in at theater lobby. Bring sheet music in the correct key. An accompanist will be provided. Prepare up to two minutes of two contrasting contemporary Broadway musical selections that show off vocal range, musicianship and versatility. Both Equity and non-Equity performers will be considered. Bring 2 sets of photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Novato, CA)(San Francisco, CA - AUDITIONS: April 8, 2014 between 7:00-9:00 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for the staged reading of ALMOST MAINE. DIR, Kris Neely. Performance Dates: May 2-4, 2014 (in Novato, CA). Breakdown-- All Roles Are Open: 18-64, males & females any ethnicity. Supporting. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Whittier, CA - AUDITIONS: April 8, 2014 at 7:30 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: CHARLEY'S AUNT by Brandon Thomas. PROD, Gabe Puga; DIR, Roxanne Barker. Rehearsal Dates: April 14-May 29, 2014. Performance Dates: May 30-June 14, 2014 (at the Whittier Center Theater in Whittier, CA). Breakdown-- Six Men & Four Women: 19-60, males & females, Caucasian, African American, Hispanic. Must speak with English accent. All roles are open and those auditioning will cold read from the script. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Glencoe, IL - AUDITIONS: April 8, 2014 between 10:00 am-5:00 pm for Equity Principal at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK. Contract: Equity CAT Contract, Tier 5 ($725 min./wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins January 27, 2015. Preview Dates: February 24, 2015. Performance Dates: March 6-August 2, 2015 (in Glencoe, IL). Breakdown-- Otto Frank: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. Anne's father. Intelligent, loving, driven and unafraid to make hard decisions for the safety of his family; Edith Frank: 30-49, female, any ethnicity. Anne's mother. A fragile person who's barely managing to live under these circumstances; Margot Frank: 20-29, female, any ethnicity. Anne's older sister. Similar to her mother but more consciously aware of the horrors happening outside; Mr. Kahler: 40-49, male, any ethnicity. The Dutchman who is helping the Franks stay hidden. Principled and pragmatic; Miep Gies: 20-29, female, any ethnicity. A young Dutchwoman who along with Mr. Kraler is helping the Franks (precast); Mr. Van Daan: 30-49, male, any ethnicity. The father of Peter Van Daan. A Jewish family that is native to the Netherlands; Mrs. Van Daan: 30-49, female, any ethnicity. The mother of Peter and wife of Mr. Van Daan; Mr. Dussel: 50-69, female, any ethnicity. A Jewish dentist who joins the Franks and Van Daans in hiding. He has been in a relationship with a Dutch Christian woman. EPA rules are in effect. A monitor will be provided. Prepare a three-minute contemporary monologue. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 8, 2014 between 10:00 am-6:00 pm for Equity Principal at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: AIN'T MISBEHAVEN. EXEC PROD, Alex Fraser; PROD, Stephen Kocis, Josh Fiedler; PROD DIR, Robyn Goodman; DIR, Hunter Foster; CHOREO, Lorin Latarro; CSTG, Tara Rubin Casting. Contract: Equity COST Contract, Tier 1 ($638 min./wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins July 28, 2014. Performance Dates: August 14-September 7, 2014 (in New Hope, PA). Breakdown-- Man #1: 18+, male, any ethnicity. Bass-baritone; Man #2: 18+, male, any ethnicity; Bass; Woman #1: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Alto; Woman #2: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Soprano; Woman #3: 18+, female, any ethnicity. Alto. Prepare from or in the style of the show. Bring sheet music; an accompanist will be provided. Producer states: "This is a brand new, re-conceived production". Seeking dynamic and exciting performers with great voices who move well. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 10, 2014 between 9:30 am-5:30 pm for Equity Principal at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: BOOTYCANDY. CSTG, Alaine Alldaffer. Contract: Equity Off Broadway Contract, Cat. A ($566/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins Rehearsals begin July 29, 2014. Preview Dates: August 22, 2014. Performance Dates: Approximately September 14-15 through October 26, 2014 (in New York, NY). Breakdown-- Actor 1: 20-30, female, African-American. Will play a wide array of roles. Actor should be fearless, colorful, and possess a great understanding of rhythm and comedic timing; Actor 3: 30-40, female, African-American. Will play a wide array of roles. Actor should be confident and witty with natural instincts and comfortable with explicit text; Actor 5: 20-40, male, Caucasian. Will play a wide array of roles. Actor should be funny, sexy and comfortable with outrageous behavior. Nudity required; Actor 2 (CAST): 20-30, African-American. Intelligent and confident. Sexually explicit and at times vicious. Must have strong dramatic and comedic abilities. Note: This role has been CAST; performers will be considered as possible replacements.; Actor 4 (CAST): 30-40, male, African-American. Flamboyant and extremely funny. Strong dramatic and comedic abilities. Plays several roles. Note: This role has been CAST; performers will be considered as possible replacements. Sides will be provided at the audition. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 11, 2014 between 10:00 am-2:00 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their 19th Summer season in 2014. Titles: TWELFTH NIGHT. Performance Dates: July 10-26, 2014 (Performances run in the parking lot at Ludlow & Broome Sts., New York, NY). OTHELLO. Performance Dates: July 31-August 16, 2014 (Performances run in the parking lot at Ludlow & Broome Sts., New York, NY). PROD ART DIR, Hamilton Clancy. Contract: Equity Showcase Code pending. Breakdown-- All Roles Are Open: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. Except Iago and Viola. A monitor will arrive one hour prior to audition. Prepare one short classical monologue of your choosing. Company's note: "This is outdoor Shakespeare in an urban environment. The company works collectively in all facets of presenting the performance, including both set-up and strike. Those with the ability to invent, a spontaneous sense of humor and the ability to play an instrument are especially encouraged. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Orlando, FL - AUDITIONS: April 12, 2014 between 10:00 am-5:00 pm for Male & Female Actors By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding General Auditions for their upcoming 18th season. Theatre is seeking professional actors with strong dramatic and comedic skills for season 18 productions. Auditioners should prepare two contrasting 1-minute monologues. Monologues should be from published work only. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 12, 2014 between 10:00 am-2:00 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their 19th Summer season in 2014. Titles: TWELFTH NIGHT. Performance Dates: July 10-26, 2014 (Performances run in the parking lot at Ludlow & Broome Sts., New York, NY). OTHELLO. Performance Dates: July 31-August 16, 2014 (Performances run in the parking lot at Ludlow & Broome Sts., New York, NY). PROD ART DIR, Hamilton Clancy. Contract: Equity Showcase Code pending. Breakdown-- All Roles Are Open: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. Except Iago and Viola. A monitor will arrive one hour prior to audition. Prepare one short classical monologue of your choosing. Company's note: "This is outdoor Shakespeare in an urban environment. The company works collectively in all facets of presenting the performance, including both set-up and strike. Those with the ability to invent, a spontaneous sense of humor and the ability to play an instrument are especially encouraged. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Orlando, FL - AUDITIONS: April 14, 2014 between 6:30-9:30 pm for Male & Female Actors By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding General Auditions for their upcoming 18th season. Theatre is seeking professional actors with strong dramatic and comedic skills for season 18 productions. Auditioners should prepare two contrasting 1-minute monologues. Monologues should be from published work only. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Orlando, FL - AUDITIONS: May 3, 2014 between 10:00 am-5:00 pm for Male & Female Singers/Actors/Dancers By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding General Auditions for their upcoming 18th season. Theatre is seeking professional singers/actors/dancers for Season 18 musical productions. Auditioners should prepare 32 bars from 2 contrasting musical theatre songs. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Orlando, FL - AUDITIONS: May 4, 2014 between 10:00 am-2:00 pm for Male & Female Singers/Actors/Dancers By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding General Auditions for their upcoming 18th season. Theatre is seeking professional singers/actors/dancers for Season 18 musical productions. Auditioners should prepare 32 bars from 2 contrasting musical theatre songs. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Orlando, FL - AUDITIONS: May 4, 2014 between 6:00-10:00 pm for Male & Female Singers/Actors/Dancers By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding General Auditions for their upcoming 18th season. Theatre is seeking professional singers/actors/dancers for Season 18 musical productions. Auditioners should prepare 32 bars from 2 contrasting musical theatre songs. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Orlando, FL - AUDITIONS: May 5, 2014 between 6:00-10:00 pm for Male & Female Singers/Actors/Dancers By Appointment Only at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding General Auditions for their upcoming 18th season. Theatre is seeking professional singers/actors/dancers for Season 18 musical productions. Auditioners should prepare 32 bars from 2 contrasting musical theatre songs. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

(Orlando, FL) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email/Call photographs & resumes ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for their upcoming production. Title: HAIR. EXEC DIR, Mitzi Maxwell; DIR, Elena Day; MUSIC DIR, Philip King. Contract: Equity OAT Contract ($270/wk.). Rehearsal Dates: Begins the week of May 5, 2014. Performance Dates: June 6-July 6, 2014 (in Orlando, FL). Breakdown-- Claude: 20-29, male, any ethnicity. Charismatic actor with sensational rock/pop vocals, creative with strong dramatic and vocal skills, a smart, young hippie who loves life and loves his hair, follows his heart and struggles with his conscience, tolerant and open, loves everyone in the Tribe and provides them with an emotional center, is Berger’s very best friend and is obsessed with Sheila; rock baritone/tenor. (Posted: April 3, 2014)

Posted on April 2, 2014

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 5, 2014 between 10:00 am-6:00 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription.) - Title: MY, YOUR, OUR TUMOR, a Short Film. DIR, Felicitas Yang. Rehearsal Dates: May, 2014. Shoot Dates: June 3-10, 2014 (in New York, NY). STORY: The film is about a struggling wannabe-writer, who pairs up with a blood-sucking alien that simultaneously feeds him ideas. Breakdown-- Sam Kcolb: 25-40, male, Caucasian, Middle Eastern, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race. Sensitive, impatient, an American writer, has high expectations regarding success and fame, he has been trying to reach the triumph he's always been dreaming of, but is lacking worthy ideas; as his publisher's deadline approaches, he finds himself plagued by a hairy alien that miraculously feeds him inspiration by sucking his blood; think Tim Roth and Jamie Bell type. Lead. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 2, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 6, 2014 between 10:00 am-4:30 pm Open Call atDetails Are only Available By Subscription.) - Title: MY, YOUR, OUR TUMOR, a Short Film. DIR, Felicitas Yang. Rehearsal Dates: May, 2014. Shoot Dates: June 3-10, 2014 (in New York, NY). STORY: The film is about a struggling wannabe-writer, who pairs up with a blood-sucking alien that simultaneously feeds him ideas. Breakdown-- Sam Kcolb: 25-40, male, Caucasian, Middle Eastern, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race. Sensitive, impatient, an American writer, has high expectations regarding success and fame, he has been trying to reach the triumph he's always been dreaming of, but is lacking worthy ideas; as his publisher's deadline approaches, he finds himself plagued by a hairy alien that miraculously feeds him inspiration by sucking his blood; think Tim Roth and Jamie Bell type. Lead. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 2, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 12, 2014 between 10:00 am-6:00 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription.) - Title: MY, YOUR, OUR TUMOR, a Short Film. DIR, Felicitas Yang. Rehearsal Dates: May, 2014. Shoot Dates: June 3-10, 2014 (in New York, NY). STORY: The film is about a struggling wannabe-writer, who pairs up with a blood-sucking alien that simultaneously feeds him ideas. Breakdown-- Sam Kcolb: 25-40, male, Caucasian, Middle Eastern, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race. Sensitive, impatient, an American writer, has high expectations regarding success and fame, he has been trying to reach the triumph he's always been dreaming of, but is lacking worthy ideas; as his publisher's deadline approaches, he finds himself plagued by a hairy alien that miraculously feeds him inspiration by sucking his blood; think Tim Roth and Jamie Bell type. Lead. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 2, 2014)

(Houston/Clear Lake, TX - AUDITIONS: April 13, 2014 By Invitation Only) - Email photographs resumes & link to reel (if applicable) ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. (Please include your availability for June, 2014 and Stating the role(s) you are submitting for in the Subject line). If you can’t attend, email with info and state that you wish to do a video submission. Title: THE PIZZA JOINT, an Independent Feature Film. PROD, Sam Rivas; DIR, William Leonardo Molina; SCR, Robert Jauregui. Contract: SAG-AFTRA. Shoot Dates: Begins June 1, 2014 (14 days shoot in Houston/Clear Lake, TX). STORY: In order to stop The Pizza Joint from going out of business, Anthony and Thomas have a deal with the most notorious pot dealer in town, Playa Playa, selling pizzas infused with their "special sauce." To their surprise, they discover on pay day that the k owed to Playa Playa has been stolen. The duo, along with their band of misfit employees, have until midnight to pay the debt… or else. Breakdown-- Ariel: Early 20's, Caucasian/Hispanic. It's her first day of work at The Pizza Joint. She's cute, quiet, polite, but a firecracker when needed! Her and Anthony instantly have chemistry when they meet; Gus: Mid-Late 30's, Caucasian. Gus is the store manager at The Pizza Joint. Thomas hired him to run the day to day business, but treats him poorly due to Gus annoying him with his chipper attitude. He tries so hard to fit in with the crew, but everyone always gives him a hard time; Cujo: Mid-Late 20's, Caucasian/Hispanic/Middle Eastern. Cujo loves to smoke out and deliver pizzas. He lacks tack. He also has a porn addiction, and plays his sexual conquests up from the truth. He is pretty clueless to women; Carlos: Early/Mid 20's, Caucasian/Hispanic. Carlos is the quiet nice guy of the group. He doesn't say much, but fits right in with the misfit crew. His eyes are opened up when he has a crazy experience on one of his deliveries, and is forever changed with confidence as a man; Phu King: Early 50's, Asian/Thai. Phu is Thomas' mother. She is the head of the household, loud, and doesn't hesitate to let Thomas know what she's thinking. She only talks in her native language, but understands English. She and Hideo King gave Thomas The Pizza Joint so he would stop being such a slacker and learn some responsibility. The Pizza Joint is actually named after her; Hideo King: Late 40's-Early 50's, Asian. Hideo is Thomas' father, and plays second fiddle to Phu. He's calm and collected, and tries to relay and diffuse Phu's harsh words constantly. Phu overpowers him with her words, as he's not a loud person. He takes it easier on Thomas, and tries to help him; Maria: Early-Late 50's, Hispanic. Maria is Anthony's sweet mother who makes great tortillas; Isabella: 20's, Caucasian/Hispanic. Isabella is Anthony's ex girl friend. She's crazy and is bad news for Anthony. She cheated on him 17 times (according to Thomas), but still wants him back; Shanae: 20's, African-American. Shanae is Thomas' girlfriend. She is sweet, smart and genuinely likes Thomas; Harriet: 60-80's, Caucasian. Harriet has a dirty mouth on her (think Betty White), and her stories from when she lived in Jamaica are surprising. Despite her sweet older lady cover, she's lived a crazy life. (Posted: April 2, 2014)

(New York, NY - AUDITIONS: April 13, 2014 between 10:00 am-4:30 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription.) - Title: MY, YOUR, OUR TUMOR, a Short Film. DIR, Felicitas Yang. Rehearsal Dates: May, 2014. Shoot Dates: June 3-10, 2014 (in New York, NY). STORY: The film is about a struggling wannabe-writer, who pairs up with a blood-sucking alien that simultaneously feeds him ideas. Breakdown-- Sam Kcolb: 25-40, male, Caucasian, Middle Eastern, Ethnically Ambiguous / Mixed Race. Sensitive, impatient, an American writer, has high expectations regarding success and fame, he has been trying to reach the triumph he's always been dreaming of, but is lacking worthy ideas; as his publisher's deadline approaches, he finds himself plagued by a hairy alien that miraculously feeds him inspiration by sucking his blood; think Tim Roth and Jamie Bell type. Lead. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 2, 2014)

(Florence, SC - AUDITIONS: April 19, 2014 By Appointment) - Everyone interested must register at Details Are only Available By Subscription. under the cast registration tab. Once you have registered, there will be a follow up email to request pictures. Title: THE KISS, a Short Film. PROD/DIR, Jasper Dewitt II. Shoot Dates: May 2-9, 2014 (in Florence, SC). STORY: The film is about a young couple has flashbacks of their time together as they take their wedding vows at the altar. They both share special memories, but one may find it interesting to see which moments were the golden ones. Breakdown-- Cloe Ashton: 18-29, female, any ethnicity. A Southern Belle, had a simple upbringing, both excited and nervous after just graduating college; Ben Mears: 18-29, male, any ethnicity. Quirky, dashing, found a tender love when everything around him was making his heart get hard; The Preacher: 30-64, male, any ethnicity. Exhibits a wise demeanor, will read wedding vows; 15 Background Extras: 18-64, males & females, any ethnicity. Actors should be great at creating a supporting atmosphere. Background / Extra. Prepare a short monologue that overviews your experience. (Posted: April 2, 2014)

(Orlando, FL - AUDITIONS: April 19, 2014 between 10:00 am-2:00 pm at Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Title: TREASURE. PROD, Chelsie Holler; DIR, Chris Williamson. Contract: Non-Union. Shoot Dates: May 17-June 14,2014 (in Orlando, FL Metro Area). STORY: After getting into trouble with the law, Erica has been assigned to do community service. Through friendship, struggle, betrayal and the willingness to try new things and make a difference in the world, Erica just might be able to find the meaning of life. Breakdown-- Ryan: 18-21, male. Smart, hard-working, easy-going, do-gooder. He volunteers at the soup kitchen. He likes geocaching and shows Erica how it’s done. (Posted: April 2, 2014)

(Middletown, DE & Baltimore, MD) - Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Title: DAYS OF POWER, a Feature Film. PROD, Michel Grey. Shoot Dates: June 2-21, 2014 (in Middletown, DE & Baltimore, MD). Transportation and housing accommodations are not provided. STORY: The film is about a Swiss singer/songwriter who disappears while on tour, as the search for her ensues, a concealed industry is revealed. Breakdown-- Milow The Girl: 25-35, female, any ethnicity. Swiss singer/songwriter and animal lover. Lead; Riley: 24-27, male, Caucasian. Fit and charming ladies’ man, as he feeds the song’s intensity with his drums. Lead; Gia: 20-24, female, Caucasian, Hispanic, Middle Eastern. Italian, efficient, attractive, no-nonsense assistant. Lead; Brooklyn: 27-29, male, any ethnicity. The muscular and cocky bassist, oozes arrogance as he picks the strings, unaffected by the massive crowd that starts clapping in rhythm. Supporting; Greg: 29-34, males & females, any ethnicity. The confident and cool guitarist. Supporting; Jody: 17-19, males & females, any ethnicity. Editing & Video Guru. Supporting; Reporter: 23-34, female, any ethnicity. Supporting; News Anchor: 23-34, female, any ethnicity. Supporting; Rachel: 30-37, female, any ethnicity. Record Label CEO. Supporting; James: 27-37, male, any ethnicity. Camera man who documents the tour. Supporting; Sound Guy: 20-23, male, any ethnicity. Lost in the sixties’ era complete with tie-dye shirt. Supporting. (Posted: April 2, 2014)

(Dallas, TX) - Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Title: SON, a Short Film. PROD, Bryce Richardson, Nicole Marxen, Judd Myers; DIR, Judd Myers; SCR, Cole Hill, Judd Myers. Contract: Non-Union. Shoot Dates: June 20, 2014 (3-4 days shoot in Dallas, TX). STORY: The film is about a sheltered, 12 years old boy fakes sick to get a break from his overbearing parents. Left home alone for the first time, his seemingly ordinary existence is turned upside down when he stumbles upon fragments of a sinister and secret world lurking beneath the surface. Breakdown-- Son: 10-12, male, Caucasian, Brown, Gray, Hazel, or Mixed color eyes with black or brown short hair, average to short height, slim, smallish. A seemingly ordinary 12 years old boy. Comes from a middle-class family. Quiet, brooding type, with a sympathetic magnetism. Although he’s the lead, the character has no dialogue, so the actor must be capable of expressing a wide range of emotions solely through physical means (face and body language). Must be able to play the following emotions in varying degrees: feverish/physical illness, innocence, mischievous, curiosity, puzzlement, suspicion, dread, fear and panic. The majority of the film takes place with him in an empty house, making one mysterious discovery after another, leading to a tense and frightening climax.; Mother: 35-43, female, Caucasian. On the surface, she’s an ordinary, middle class, homemaker. Though, this is all an act to conceal her sinister and secret double life. She’s ambitious, clever, cunning, deceptive and a master manipulator. Attractive in a motherly, yet slightly seductive and menacing way. Harsh skin from overexposure to sun. Must be able to play role of homemaker with shades of malice, resentment, frustration and anxiety buried under the surface of her character. The actress should be able to subtly express the toll this double life has taken on her; Father: 35-45, male, Caucasian. Harsh skin from stress and sun exposure, perhaps with slightly hunched posture. On the surface he’s a middle class family man that works as a high-school history teacher. Though, this is an act to hide the sinister and secret life he shares with his wife. He’s got an inferiority complex from growing up as an orphan and is submissive to his wife. Following her lead all these years has left him riddled with guilt and a compromised morality. At his core he’s a regretful man with a guilty conscience, who does his best to play his role in order to please his wife. (Posted: April 2, 2014)

(Los Angeles, CA) - Email photographs & resumes, a video submission is optional ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. After the director looks over your materials, you will receive an audition date, along with sides. Title: STUCK IN THE MIDDLE, a Short Film about a divorced couple. Contract: The producers plan to apply for a SAG-AFTRA Short Film Agreement (Pay will TBD). Shoot Dates: Summer, 2014 (in Los Angeles, CA). Breakdown-- Daniel: 30-35, male, any ethnicity. Joseph’s dad, willing to risk it all to be in his son’s life, he and Janet divorced after a year of marriage, the custody battle over Joseph has gone on for eight years; he has been denied every chance by Janet to see his son, he has gone to every extreme; now with money running low, he feels he must take matters into his own hands. Lead; Janet: 25-35, female, any ethnicity. Joseph’s mom, she feels hurt, disrespected, and belittled by Daniel, will do whatever it takes to cut all ties with Daniel, even if it means keeping him from his son; she's very focused on this, so much so that she works full-time in order to hire an attorney, keep Joseph in private schools, and stay independent of Daniel; she even got officials at Joseph’s school to ban Daniel. Lead. (Posted: April 2, 2014)

Posted on April 1, 2014

(Cruise Ship) - If you are unable to attend one of their live auditions, Go to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. 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:

Los Angeles, CA - April 1, 2014 at 9:30 am for Singers [Registration at 9:15 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Los Angeles, CA - April 2, 2014 at 9:45 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:15 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Los Angeles, CA - April 2, 2014 at 3:00 pm for Costumed Character Performers [Registration at 2:30 pm] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - April 5, 2014 at 1:30 pm for Dancer/Aerialist [Registration at 1:00 pm] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription.. *No prior aerial experiance required. Will train.

Sydney, Australia- April 6, 2014 at 9:45 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:15 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Sydney, Australia- April 6, 2014 at 1:00 pm for Dancers [Registration at 1:45 pm] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Melbourne, Australia- April 8, 2014 at 9:45 am for Singers [Registration at 9:15 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Melbourne, Australia- April 9, 2014 at 9:45 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:15 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Brisbane, Australia- April 11, 2014 at 9:45 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:15 am] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Brisbane, Australia- April 11, 2014 at 1:45 pm for Singers [Registration at 1:15 pm] for General Audition at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Hollywood, FL - April 27, 2014 at 9:30 am for Dancers [Registration at 9:00 am] at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Hollywood, FL - April 27, 2014 at 9:30 am for Singers [Registration at 9:00 am] at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

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: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Videos/DVDs will not be returned. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 1, 2014)

(Cruise Ships) - For more information, See: Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for singers, dancers & musicians for productions on board their Cruise Lines. Contract: Professional pay provided. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Dates may vary. Audition Dates & Locations (All Dates / Locations are subject to change):

Boston, MA - April 7, 2014 at 10:00 am for Male & Female Singers at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Boston, MA- April 8, 2014 at 10:00 am for Male & Female Dancers at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - April 15, 2014 at 10:00 am for Male & Female Singers at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - April 16, 2014 at 10:00 am for Male & Female Dancers at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

New York, NY - April 16, 2014 for Musicians By Appointment. For an audition appointment, See: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Submission deadline is April 11, 2014.

Boston, MA - April 17, 2014 for Musicians By Appointment. For an audition appointment, See: Details Are only Available By Subscription.. Submission deadline is April 12, 2014.

Breakdown-- Singers Who Dance: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. All singers should be able to demonstrate multiple styles including R&B, contemporary pop, and rock. Note: Females must belt to a D or E. Males must belt to Bb and have strong falsetto; Dancers Who Sing: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. Experienced dancers with strong ability in lyrical, jazz, and hip hop that sing; Musicians: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. Bass, drums, guitar, horns, and keyboard; 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. Dancers - Dancers that also sing should prepare two vocal selections. Technical exercises & contrasting combinations will be taught to you at the audition. Please dress in close fitting dance attire. Singers - Please prepare 16 bars contrasting styles with sheet music or CD, no a cappella. All singers should be able to demonstrate multiple styles including R&B, contemporary pop, and rock. Females must belt to a D or E; Males must belt to Bb and have strong falsetto. Be prepared to dance if asked. Musicians - All applicants 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. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 1, 2014)

(San Francisco, CA) - To schedule an audition appointment, Email photographs & resumes ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for actors for THE DUNGEON, a new attraction in the heart of San Francisco at Fisherman's Wharf. The San Francisco Dungeons is an experience that will inform and entertain. It's scary, but fun, sees the funny side of horror and is grippingly captivating. Humor sets Dungeons apart with these actor-led, live shows trawling through history and bringing visitors face-to-face with the chilling truth of our past. This is the first Dungeons to open in the USA. Contract: All roles are paid hourly, part time up to 28 hrs/wk. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Summer, 2014 (in San Francisco, CA). Audition Dates & Locations (All Dates / Locations are subject to change):

San Francisco, CA - April 7, 2014 By Appointment.

San Francisco, CA - April 8, 2014 Open Call.

San Francisco, CA - April 9, 2014 Open Call.

San Francisco, CA - April 10, 2014 Open Call.

San Francisco, CA - April 11, 2014 Open Call.

Breakdown-- Actors: 18-64, males & females, any ethnicity. Strong, physical performers, good characterization skills, will perform in scripted shows and bring to life some of the rich, twisted characters of SF in 1848–1906;will perform within the dark, eerie, and foreboding sets of the new Dungeon, all performers will need to be disciplined, self-motivated as this is an interactive experience; very good visitor interaction skills are required as well as stamina, strong vocal ability, and a wicked sense of humor. Lead. There are seven Dungeons in the group, including the world Famous London Dungeons. The Dungeons will be the first for Merlin in the USA and Madam Tussauds will be the fifth addition to the USA and a cornerstone on Merlin Entertainments' roll out of new sites across the USA, Asia, Europe and Australasia. Madame Tussauds is the ultimate celebrity fun day out. Where else can you get up close and personal with A-List celebrities, sporting legends, political heavyweight,s and historical icons and relive the lives, events, and moments that made the world talk about them? Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 1, 2014)

(UK Tour)(London, UK - AUDITIONS: April 10, 2014 for Male & Female Circus Performers ) - Email photographs & resumes for audition consideration ASAP to: Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for male & female Circus Performers for 6 Week UK Tour. Seeking sexy and sassy gymnasts & artists with great performance & various circus skills for their second successful year of this exclusively produced touring summer production. Accommodation, travel and great rates of pay provided, plus lots of fun & Pirate capers! All skills considered including Ariel. (Posted: April 1, 2014)

(Los Angeles, CA - AUDITIONS: April 14, 2014 between 11:00 am-5:00 pm Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription.. will be holding auditions for dancers, character performers and tumblers for the upcoming tour of DISNEY LIVE! Contract: Run approximately six-nine months with domestic and international travel. Note: Casting occurs year round in conjunction with individual tour schedules. Breakdown-- Dancers, Tumblers & Character Performers: 18-35, males & females, any ethnicity. Seeking specialty skills such as adagio, trampoline, puppetry, in-line skating, and foreign language skills a plus. Chorus / Ensemble. Females, arrive with performance ready hair and neutral stage make-up. Males, arrive clean shaven. Note: All performers will learn a dance combination. No hats. Must be at least 18 years of age to audition. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 1, 2014)

(Kissimmee, FL - AUDITIONS: April 14, 2014 at 10:00 am for Vocalists [Registration between 9:00-10:30 am] at Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for male vocalists for THE DAPPER DANS, a traditional male barbershop quartet. Contract: Equity Walt Disney World Contract ($16.03/hr.). Performs at The Magic Kingdom Park at the Walt Disney World Resort (Orlando, FL). Breakdown-- Vocalists: 20-39, male, any ethnicity. Tap experience a plus. 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. Prepare 16 bars of a musical selection and provide sheet music, in the correct key, for the accompanist. Prerecorded tracks or a cappella auditions are not allowed. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 1, 2014)

(Paris, France) - If unable to attend this audition, you are invited to consult their website: Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for enthusiastic and highly energetic people to perform as their famous characters and to participate in their wonderful parade and cavalcades! Housing possibilities. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Availability start dates between April-July, 2014 (for a minimum of 3 consecutive months) for an immediate contract or to join our talent pool. Audition Dates & Locations (All Dates / Locations are subject to change): 

Leeds, UK - April 14, 2014 at 10:00 am for Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription.

London, UK - April 16, 2014 at 10:00 am for Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription.

London, UK - April 17, 2014 at 10:00 am for Open Call at Details Are only Available By Subscription.

Breakdown-- Male Look-A-Likes/ Dancing Roles - Aladdin, Prince Charming, Prince Eric, Snow White's, Belle's & Sleeping Beauty's Princes: 5'10"–6'0"/178-183 cm; Prince Naveen: 5'10"–6'2"/178-188 cm. Female Look-A-Likes/ Dancing Roles - Mulan: 5'2"–5'6"/157-168 cm); Cinderella, Ariel & Belle: 5'5"–5'7"/165-173 cm; Snow White: 5'3"–5'7"/160-170 cm; Sleeping Beauty & Princess Jasmine: 5'4"–5'6"/163-168 cm; Rapunzel: 5'4"–5'7"/165-170 cm. Dancing Roles: All heights are welcome. All parade performers and character look-a-like performers also perform as costume characters. All look-a-like 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. Please bring a non-returnable CV & a pen. Wear comfortable clothing as you will be asked to participate in a movement/dance combination. Candidates must be available until 6:00 pm. Note: They do not reimburse any transportation costs to attend the audition. (Posted: April 1, 2014)

(Hampshire, UK - AUDITIONS: April 29, 2014 for Male & Female Host) - For more information, Call: Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for ENTZ HOSTS for Shorefield Holiday 2014 Holiday Season. Applicants must be able to sing and dance, work with adults and children of all ages. Accommodation available. (Posted: April 1, 2014)

(Hampshire, UK - AUDITIONS: May 8, 2014 for Male & Female Host) - For more information, Call: Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for ENTZ HOSTS for Shorefield Holiday 2014 Holiday Season. Applicants must be able to sing and dance, work with adults and children of all ages. Accommodation available. (Posted: April 1, 2014)

(Cruise Ships) - For more information, See: Details Are only Available By Subscription. will be holding auditions for singers, dancers & musicians for productions on board their Cruise Lines. Contract: Professional pay provided. Rehearsal/Performance Dates: Dates may vary. Audition Dates & Locations (All Dates / Locations are subject to change):

London, UK - May 20, 2014 at 10:00 am for Male & Female Singers at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

London, UK - May 21, 2014 at 10:00 am for Male & Female Dancers at Details Are only Available By Subscription..

Breakdown-- Singers Who Dance: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. All singers should be able to demonstrate multiple styles including R&B, contemporary pop, and rock. Note: Females must belt to a D or E. Males must belt to Bb and have strong falsetto; Dancers Who Sing: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. Experienced dancers with strong ability in lyrical, jazz, and hip hop that sing; Musicians: 18+, males & females any ethnicity. Bass, drums, guitar, horns, and keyboard; 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. Dancers - Dancers that also sing should prepare two vocal selections. Technical exercises & contrasting combinations will be taught to you at the audition. Please dress in close fitting dance attire. Singers - Please prepare 16 bars contrasting styles with sheet music or CD, no a cappella. All singers should be able to demonstrate multiple styles including R&B, contemporary pop, and rock. Females must belt to a D or E; Males must belt to Bb and have strong falsetto. Be prepared to dance if asked. Musicians - All applicants 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. Bring photographs & resumes, stapled together. (Posted: April 1, 2014)
 

MY Entertainment WORLD
P. O. Box 523, Melbourne, FL 32902-0523. USA
Tel: 321-773-3615
Email:.mew@myentertainmentworld.com
WE CALLED EVERYONE SO YOU WON'T HAVE TO...
Copyright © 1999-2014, MY Entertainment WORLD, Inc. All Rights Reserved.