Sunday, October 17, 2010

Auditions: Sunday, October 17, 2010

This post contains auditions posted on Sunday, October 17, 2010.

This post will continue to be updated as new audition notices are discovered, so please check back throughout the day.


Auditions for Lakewood Theatre's, "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever"

About the Play: The Herdmans were absolutely the worst kids in the history of the world. They lied and stole and smoked cigars (even the girls) and talked rough and hit little kids and talked back to their teachers. So it surprised just about everybody when they decided to take part in the town's Christmas Pageant. The Herdman kids had never heard of the Christmas story, but the way they interpreted it, you'd think the story of Jesus came right out of the F.B.I. files. (They called the Wise Men a bunch of dirty spies). It was a Christmas pageant to remember. An American classic ... one of the best Christmas stories ever told. The play, written by Barbara Robinson and directed by Milli Hoelscher, is an added holiday attraction that has become a tradition with Lakewood audiences for the past 20 years.

Parts needed: 4 men and 6 women (various adult ages), 8 boys and 9 girls (ages 9-15) and a singing angel choir (ages 7-10). The director is seeking young people with self-confidence, good vocal skills and stage presence. Please bring a photo and resume and be prepared to read. Parents will be asked to sign agreement forms. Call 503-635-3901 for an appointment time.

Audition location: Lakewood Theatre Company at Lakewood Center for the Arts, 368 S. State Street in Lake Oswego.
Audition Date: Saturday, Oct. 23, 2010 - Auditions for speaking roles (ages 9-adult)
Audition Date: Sunday, Oct. 24, 2010 - Auditions for angel choir (ages 7-10)
(Call 503-635-3901 beginning Oct. 1 for an audition appointment)

Performance Schedule: The Best Christmas Pageant Ever opens Wednesday Dec. 15 at 7:30 PM and continues nightly at 7:30 PM Dec. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 & 22, 2010. There are also 2:00 PM matinees on Sat. Dec. 18 and Sun. Dec. 19.

Source: Regional Arts & Culture Region


**Seattle Area**


Casting: Living History Character Native American Princess Angelina (daughter to Native American Chief of Seattle)

Information: This character tells a story about her life to school tours and the general public as they visit the museum.

Script of the story will be provided to the actor. The person cast should be a good story teller and at ease interacting with the public.

Age Range: Female: 50 + this is Princess Angelina in her later mature years.


The dates for this are specific and cannot be changed. Please only inquire if you are available for all these time commitments.


Tuesday, October 19 - 8:00-11:00 am (If this is too short notice for this rehearsal, we can arrange another one for you during the week instead.)

Dress Rehearsal:

Tuesday, October 26 - 10:00-Noon (This date cannot be changed)

Performance Dates: (These dates are set and cannot be changed)

November 3, 10, 17, 24 = 9:00 am-1:30 pm

Nov 20 – 12:00-3:30 pm

Location for performances will be at a museum in downtown Tacoma, WA . You must have transportation to get there. However, several performers will be coming from the Lacey Park n Ride and can ride share with you from that location.

DO NOT CALL THE MUSEUMS to inquire. Contact the director, Katherine Billings, at:

or call: 360 438 0728

Stipend Paid: $650 plus a additional $50 for the wardrobe supplied by you

Source: Pacific Northwest Performers Callboard


**Seattle Area**

Seeking an actor (Male 20s to 30s, all types.) and an actress (Female 20s to
30s, all types.) for a small run and gun music video shoot. Pay is $100 for
the 1-day shoot. Lunch will be provided. Shoot will be in the north Seattle
area. Shoot date is set for October 22nd.

Artist: Jeff Scott Townsend

Song: “The Last Song”

Video storyline: A man sailing a boat has a flashback about his lost love
and the moment he lost her. The rest of the video will be intercut with
B-roll imagery.

Here are some samples of my previous work:

If interested please respond to

Lucid Pixel Productions

Source: Pacific Northwest Performers Callboard


**Seattle Area**

We are now casting for a Short Film/Promotional Trailer. The project
is a provocative and brutal thriller.

AUDITION DATE: November 6th 2010
LOCATION: 8623 Palatine Ave North Seattle, WA 98103
TYPE OF AUDITION: This is a cold reading. Material will be provided at
the audition.

All roles are unpaid as this is a no budget production. The entire
cast is required to sign a release form before
production begins. A DVD copy of the finished trailer will be
provided. There will be light craft services for everyone during the
production. This project will be shot on HD video. Shooting will take
place over 3 weekends in January 2011 in the Seattle area.

About the Director:

Synopsis for the project:

A young woman finds herself back in a relationship with her old boy
friend from college. As their relationship gets more serious she
begins to notice a change in him that she can’t explain. Something is
not right. She gets an unexpected visit from another woman who has
information about his family and past. As things turn from bad to a
nightmare both women are subjected to unimaginable terrors and
struggle to stay alive.

Casting for:

Age 21 to 28
Partial Nudity required.
An accountant fresh out of college lives alone looking for mister
right. Meets an old boyfriend from college and thinks he might be the
one for her.

Age 19 to 25
Partial nudity required
A cashier with a wild side she likes to party and hang out with her
friends. She finds herself in a bad relationship and can’t get out.

Age 21 to 28
After college his father passed away he moved to Seattle to help his
mother cope with her lose. He meets up with an old girlfriend from
college and try’s to start his life over.

Doctor Kenneth Johnson:
Age 40 to 50
A psychiatrist for over 15 years college educated married with two
kids spent the last two years working closely with one patient he has
doubts about his decision to let him back into society.

Source: Pacific Northwest Performers Callboard


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