Casting Notices

 


Walnut Street Theatre is excited to host to continuation of this region’s annual auditions program.  As you know, participating theatres and professionals across the Delaware Valley join together each year at an audition da for local actors.  This program continues to give actors the opportunity to be seen by multiple theatre professionals at once.  They have been instrumental in helping the region meet and cast talent for upcoming productions.

 

Today – the announcement to the public with event information was released!  Details can be found online.

 

What can you expect in 2014?

·         3 Days of Auditions – 3/31, 4/7, and 4/14

·         AEA, Nonunion, and College Senior Day.

·         A minimal ($35) fee for theatres/personnel to participate, aiding the cost of this year’s hospitality, materials, and accompanists

·         No fees for actors

·         Sustainable paperless option for headshots

·         Union theatres can still have the AEA day count toward a required EPA, pending individual approval from AEA. 

 

Join us all three Mondays as we continue to discover and foster local actors within our community.  Academic universities will be contacted separately.  Attached to this email you will find the registration for your organization to participate in the annual auditions this spring season. 

 

Visit www.phillyannualauditions.org

Greater Philadelphia Annual Auditions
Matching Great Opportunity with Great Talent!

 

BRIAN KURTAS  |  Casting Director | Assistant to the Producing Artistic Director

WALNUT STREET THEATRE

215.574.3565 | 825 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107 

www.walnutstreettheatre.org

I'm shooting a campaign for a California based client on 2/1 and 2/2 in NYC.  The client will be present both days.  Day one will be indoors and day two outdoors.  A single female model will be used for the shoot.  This will be a snazzy piece for your port, for sure.

Please send your portfolio and rate to the email below, I will NOT be checking here for messages.

erik@monkeysinspace.com  | subject: CREW NYC

 

Casting for Featuring: Designers D Izzajaye Dungca http://www.one10collection.com/  DESIGNER : JOHANNA SARRIA http://johannasarria.com/

RUNWAY MODELS NEEDED FOR UPCOMING '' WALK IN CLOSET '' FASHION SHOW FOR FASHION WEEK NYC FEB 13TH

LOTS OF PRESS AND MAGAZINES COVERAGE

EXPERIENCE ON THE RUNWAY IS MOST PREFERRED but Print models with confidence and the right look will be considered

Female models needed. 5/8 AND UP

Age 21-30

Ethnicity: All considered post pics and info to

SEND INFO TO GREENLIGHTSTUDIO23@GMAIL.COM

 


Walnut Street Theatre is excited to host to continuation of this region’s annual auditions program.  As you know, participating theatres and professionals across the Delaware Valley join together each year at an audition da for local actors.  This program continues to give actors the opportunity to be seen by multiple theatre professionals at once.  They have been instrumental in helping the region meet and cast talent for upcoming productions.

 

Today – the announcement to the public with event information was released!  Details can be found online.

 

What can you expect in 2014?

·         3 Days of Auditions – 3/31, 4/7, and 4/14

·         AEA, Nonunion, and College Senior Day.

·         A minimal ($35) fee for theatres/personnel to participate, aiding the cost of this year’s hospitality, materials, and accompanists

·         No fees for actors

·         Sustainable paperless option for headshots

·         Union theatres can still have the AEA day count toward a required EPA, pending individual approval from AEA. 

 

Join us all three Mondays as we continue to discover and foster local actors within our community.  Academic universities will be contacted separately.  Attached to this email you will find the registration for your organization to participate in the annual auditions this spring season. 

 

Visit www.phillyannualauditions.org

Greater Philadelphia Annual Auditions
Matching Great Opportunity with Great Talent!

 

BRIAN KURTAS  |  Casting Director | Assistant to the Producing Artistic Director

WALNUT STREET THEATRE

215.574.3565 | 825 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107 

www.walnutstreettheatre.org

 CASTING CALL: Philadelphia/New Jersey/New York/ DC area.


Urban Drama featured film scheduled to shoot in the Spring.

Non-union

Audition Date: February 9, 2014
                      11am to 8pm.

Location: Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District
               400 Arch st.
               Philadelphia, Pa 19106

Lerrez - Early 20's, Brown to dark skin, African-American female, beautiful
Teenage Lerrez - 14-16, African-American female
Young Lerrez - 10-12, African-American female
Kia - Early 20's, Light skin, African-American female
Young Kia - 10-12, African-American female
Jackie - Brown to dark skin, African American female, in her 30's, drug addict, later
             rehabilitated, Lerrez's mother
Michelle - Light skin, African-American female, in her 30's, drug addict, later rehabilitated
Tina - Late teens early 20's, African-American female, party girl, flirtatious
Teenage Alex - 16-18, African-American male, thuggish, pot head
Alex/A-Money - Mid to late 20's, African-American male, thuggish, rapper
Claudia - Late teens early 20's, Caucasian female, pretty, college girl, stylish
Ms, Corps - Late 20's, African-American female, teacher, caring, stylish
Jim - Late 30's, Caucasian male,
Smurf - Late 20's early 30's, African-American male, gang member
Cease - Early to mid 20's, African-American or Hispanic male, hustler
Grandma - Elderly African-American female, big momma traits
Antonio - Early 20's, Spanish male, drug dealer
Dr. Johnson - Late 30's, Asian, Caucasian, Indian female
Trevor - Late teens, African-American male, Black's best friend
Betty Boop - Late teens early 20's, African-American female, ghetto attitude
Minister - Late 40's, African-American
Reporter - Mid 20's to mid 30's, any race, female
Fed Ex Man - Late 20's to mid 40's, any race
Drunk Man - Mid 40's to early 50's, dirty, unshaven
Store Clerk - Mid 40's, Middle Eastern or Hispanic male
Young Boy Store clerk - late teens, Middle eastern or Hispanic male
(5) Hustlers/Drug Dealers - Late teens to early 30's, any race
Limo Driver - Mid 40's to mid 50's, any race
(2) Young Boys - 8-10, African-American or Hispanic, males


EMAIL RESUME AND HEAD SHOTS TO: submit2iconz@gmail.com
In the subject line, put what role your auditioning for.
You will receive a time slot to audition

Crew positions are still open. Email us and specify what position your applying for.

"LET'S MAKE MAGIC"
My Heart in a Suitcase – A Holocaust Story
ArtsPower National Touring Theatre, in its twenty eighth year as a touring theatre company for young and family audiences, is casting for its 2014 spring touring season the non-musical play “My Heart in a Suitcase – A Holocaust Story” directed by Greg Gunning. Rehearsals begin February 25; play tours until June 14. The play is based on the autobiography of Anne Lehmann Fox – a Holocaust survivor who as a young girl in Nazi Germany got out of Berlin on the Kindertransport in 1938.

Pays $400/week for actor/ASM; plus $55/day provided when touring.
(Note: All actors will be signed on as an assistant stage manager. As an ASM, all actors will have some light set-up and strike duties.

Males & Females, 18 – 35, All Ethnicities.

Anne: A girl in her twenties but can also look younger (mid-teens), talks to the audience reflecting back on her life as a young girl in Berlin in 1938, German (no accent wanted), intelligent, sensitive, loving, grows up fast, loses all her family in the Holocaust, escapes Germany on the Kindertransport, a survivor of the Holocaust.
Dorit: a girl in her twenties but can also look younger (mid-teens), Anne’s best friend and schoolmate, Protestant, German (no accent wanted), lively, excitable, talkative, likeable, joins but then quits the Hitler Youth Movement.
Mr. Lehmann: A man in his late twenties or thirties, Anne’s young father, German (no accent wanted), has pride, intelligent, proper but with anguish under the surface, slowly stripped of all his rights as a citizen, becomes embittered that his Germany is rejecting him, later killed in the Holocaust. Mrs. Lehmann: A woman in her late twenties or thirties, Anne’s young mother, German (no accent wanted), maternal, warm, loving, proper, an optimist who is naively convinced that the Nazi threat will soon pass, struggles to hold onto a normal family life in Nazi Germany, later killed in the Holocaust.

Non Union
$400 per week

Audition:
Friday, February 7, 2014
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
(Open Casting Call for non-singing actors only.)

Monday, February 10, 2014
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
(Open Casting Call for singing and non-singing actors as part of ArtsPower’s spring season auditions.)

Tuesday, February 11, 2014
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
(Open Casting Call for singing and non-singing actors as part of ArtsPower’s spring season auditions.)

Nola Studios
250 West 54th Street (between Broadway & Eighth Ave.), 11th Floor.
New York, New York 10019

Prepare a brief one minute monologue of your choice. Sides from the play will be provided at the auditions. Bring pix & resume, stapled together. For more information, visit www.artspower.org. 

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