Sunday, November 21, 2010

Auditions: Sunday, November 21, 2010

This post contains auditions posted on Sunday, November 21, 2010.

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

Things are a bit slow this weekend, I'm guessing because of the holidays right around the corner.


**Seattle Area**

Audition stage actress

We are auditioning for the role of Lisa in the play "Collected Stories" by
Donald Margulies until Dec. 7. The other cast member and director are
professionals with extensive experience. The character Lisa calls for a
woman in her 20s to mid 30s. We are looking for someone with stage training
and experience for this demanding role. Will pay $300 for rehearsal process
plus share of ticket sales. (Because this production is not associated with
a specific theater, we cannot post on TPS, so are posting here.) Rehearsals
will be in Seattle. First performances on Whidbey Island (great housing

Performances in April and possibly will tour.

Reply to: If you are interested in auditioning or more information about the project,
please send your acting resume to:
Chris Fisher

Source: Performers Callboard


**Seattle Area**

Call for Extras!

"Passion's Shadow: One Woman, Two Men and One Dead Philosopher" will
filming 9:00 AM – 11:00 PM Saturday November 27th and 11:00 – 7:00 PM
Sunday November 28th, next weekend. This
Short Romantic Dramedy is being produced by Beatfour Media and

The scene takes place in a North Seattle Community College classroom.
from all walks of life are welcome!

Check us out on facebook:

You will be fed a meal, presented with snacks and duly credited. Plus
will have the opportunity to work with a bunch of good people. This is
volunteer, non-union production.

Reply to: If you can make it either day, please contact: with
a short description of your appearance.

Source: NW Film Forum Callboard


**Seattle Area**

Casting Call: who wants to be Rocket Girl?

Project needs:
Seeking female to photographically represent the character: Rocket
Powered Girl

Female who looks around 16-25 yrs old.
(We will see female under the age of 18 with a parent or guardian only.)

Rocket girl is a young ms. superhero, tomboy with retro influenced
style. She is a do-gooder with a big heart like Punky Brewster. She
is daring and adventurous like Pippy Longstocking. She is smart and
crafty like Hit Girl in the ‘Kick Ass’ movie.

Rocket girl has built her own rocket and she is getting ready to take
it for a spin. She is no longer just a girl and she is going to prove
it, for example: Scarlett Johansson in ‘Ironman’, Krysten Stewart in
‘The Runaways’, and Ellen Page in “Whip It’.

Here is a link to our character sketch:

You don’t have to have acting experience, but it is helpful.
Gymnastics, dance, or athletic background is a plus. We are looking
for these qualities: independent streak, confidence, wise for age,
feminine but a strong tomboy side.

Here is how it works:

You apply by following the application instructions below.
We review your application.
If you seem right, we will contact you to schedule a casting time at
our studio.
If you are under 18, you must come with your parent or legal guardian.
One female will be selected to come back for a costume fitting + 1
full day of shooting.
You will be required to sign a model release.
We pay $300 flat.

Application instructions:

Send an email with the following:
Send a headshot, full body shot, and applicable photos of yourself in
action. We want to see images of you in a dance leotard, body suit, or
fitted athletic clothes
What is your availability for a casting Dec 2nd, 3rd, or 4th.
What is your availability around Dec 15th?

Send your email here:

Select applicants will be asked to come to the studio for a casting.
We do review all applications, but are unable to see everyone.
Therefore, you must send photographs via the email address in order to
be considered.

Thank you for your time,

55. South Atlantic St. #410
Seattle, Washington 98134

Reply to:, following the guidelines above

Source: Performers Callboard

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