Sunday, October 31, 2010

Auditions: Sunday, October 31, 2010

This post contains auditions posted on Sunday, October 31, 2010.

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


3 Actresses For Short Film

We are getting ready to shoot a short film here, We are looking for the following in each actress

Actress #1
Race: Caucasian
Age: 18-22
Hair color: Brunette

Actress #2
Race: Any
Age: 18-22

Actress #3
Race: Caucasian
Age: 18-22
Hair color: blonde

Please submit a headshot along with your email, And we'll contact you. Thanks.

No Pay.

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Source: Craigslist


2 Actresses Needed for Scene

main role 18- 25 asian 5'2-5'8 petite

back up 18-30 caucasion 5'4- 5'10 slim athletic build

reply with pic and contact info please.

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Source: Craigslist


Auditions for American Ballet Theatre’s Summer Intensive 2011 National Audition Tour

January 22, 2011

Event location: Northwest Dance Project, 833 N. Shaver Street, Portland, OR
Event time: 10AM ages 12-14; 12PM ages 15 and up (Registration begins one hour prior to each age group’s scheduled audition time)
Admission price: $30 registration fee
Contact name: Naomi Gewanter
Contact phone: 212-477-3030 Ext. 3416
Contact email:
Description: Please bring informal headshot and first arabesque photo

Event Date: 1/22/11

Source: Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC)


Extras Needed for Commercial

We need people of all ages to come help us film our commercial this Wed. Nov. 3rd at 12:00 noon. This is an opportunity to meet up and coming actors and have fun! The commercial will be entered in a contest, and you may be seen on national television! This is a low budget project, but we will provide snacks and drinks.You can come alone or bring family and friends along with you. Please respond with a recent picture of yourself, this will help us identify you at the filming location. Thank you!

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**Seattle Area**

Auditions for Sarah Ruhl's Clean House

Burien Little Theatre announces auditions for fve roles, including two South American women, in the comedy “Clean House,” written by Sarah Ruhl. The author is best known for her play “Dead Man’s Cell Phone.”

This play is an ensemble piece for five actors, two of whom will also fill dual roles. Characters range in age from their late 20s to their 50s.

Synopsis: A clever offbeat comedy about the beautiful messiness of life, full of romance, laced with astringency and tinged with absurdist fantasy. A doctor hires a maid who hates to clean and is in search of the perfect joke. To cover for the maid, the doctor’s sister secretly takes over the housecleaning--and finds “foreign” underwear in the laundry. As the doctor’s marriage unravels, true love emerges and the perfect joke is found.
Performances are at Burien Little Theatre in Burien from Feb. 11 through March 6, 2011.

Auditions are Thursday, Nov. 4 from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m., and Saturday, Nov. 6 from 1 to 4 p.m. Callbacks are Tuesday, Nov. 9 from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Rehearsals begin Jan. 3.

Stage director Maggie Larrick.

$100 stipend provided.

Please prepare two contrasting short contemporary monologues (serious/comedy) totaling 3 minutes maximum. Bring resume and headshot. Callbacks will consist of cold readings from the script.

Please make audition appointment:, 206-242-5180. Auditions and callbacks will be held in the theater at the Burien Community Center Annex, 4th Ave. S.W. and S.W. 146th St.
For directions, go to

Character Descriptions

Lane: A doctor, in her late 40s to early 50s. Wears white and is always busy. A logical woman who unravels when confronted with her husband’s seemingly illogical behavior.

Matilde: Lane’s housecleaner, a Brazilian woman in her late 20s. Wears black and hates to clean. Has a refined sense of deadpan humor and is in search of the perfect joke. Speaks some Portuguese. Actor should either already know or be able to learn how to speak with a Portuguese accent plus a few sentences in Portuguese.

Virginia: Lane’s sister, in her 50s. A housewife in an unsatisfying marriage and a compulsive cleaner.

Charles: Lanes’s husband, in his late 40s to 50s. A compassionate surgeon who discovers his soulmate in Ana. Charles plays Matilde’s father in Act I. Movement background a plus.

Ana: An Argentinean woman, older than Lane. Impossibly charismatic. Ana plays Matilde’s mother in Act I. Movement background a plus. Speaks some Argentinean. Actor should either already know or be able to learn how to speak with an Argentinean accent plus a few sentences in Argentinean.

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Source: Northwest Film Forum Callboard

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