Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Auditions: Tuesday, November 2, 2010

This post contains auditions posted on Tuesday, November 2, 2010.

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


Hispanic Male Extra Needed - $50

We will be shooting an episode of a true crime series with the Washington County Sheriff's Office. On Thursday (11/4), we need a hispanic male extra to play a suspect in an interrogation scene at the WCSO. There will be no lines to memorize, or any major acting. We will just have you sitting in an interview room with a real detective who will be asking some basic questions. The field producer will feed you the responses we need. The scene will take no more than one hour to film.

If interested please send a recent photo, and previous acting experience if you have any.

Reply to: job-nagde-2038879141@craigslist.org

Source: Craigslist


Casting for 1940's Radio Play "Yes Virginia, There Is A Santa Claus"

Men needed to play multiple roles
Scripts held, no memorizing necessary
Actors perform all sound effects
Accents needed: Irish, Italian, German

Rehearsals begin November 8th, 6:30-8:30
We will break for Thanksgiving!

Performances December 3-12 (Fridays/Saturdays 7:30 & Sundays at 2:00)

Contact Director at 360/907-9996 or info@lovestreetplayhouse.com
for more details about the theatre log on to:

Reply to: 360-907-9996 or info@lovestreetplayhouse.com

Source: Craigslist


Last minute Role Available

Hey Portlanders-
So, we're doing an invite-only reading of a new script tonight, and one of our actresses just pulled out sick!
Are there any 40ish female African American Actresses out there who are free this evening? If I can't find someone that fits, I'm willing to give on age or race....
If so, please email me back ASAP at TheatreBrian@yahoo.com. I'll be checking frequently.
Unfortunately no pay, but a fantastic role and a good opportunity to help shepherd along a young play.
7:30 reading at the Concordia University theatre in close in NE Portland.

Reply to: TheatreBrian@yahoo.com

Source: PDXBackstage


Looking for Female Voice Over Talent

Lake Productions is searching for a female voice over artist for short-term paid work. The job would entail a brief narration of a new website that helps users navigate through the site. The client desires a voice that is playful and intimate and that can keep the interest of new clients.

Please respond with some v.o examples if you have them, thank you for your time and hope to hear from you soon.

Jon Garcia

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Source: PDXBackstage


**Seattle Area**

SAG Extras needed for Chevy Commercial

TYPE: Broadcast
DATE: Filming Monday, November 8, 2010
Need to be available for possible travel dates as well (Sunday,
November 7 and Tuesday, November 9)
COMPENSATION: $187.50 + 10% talent agency fee (as of right now 13
week run) as well as mileage.


SAG EXTRAS (union) members

1 MALE, 30, looks to be 30-39 years of age
all ethnicities including Caucasian

1 FEMALE, looks to be 30- 39 years of age
all ethnicities including Caucasian

1 OLDER MALE OR FEMALE, ages 50-65

Please send headshots/resumes, contact information, union status and
availability to:

*Must have availability to travel Sunday PM and Tuesday AM.

Reply to: gibbsdesign@comcast.net

Source: Foreground Background Casting

**Seattle Area**

Casting notice for a Non-Union Feature Film


AK Films (artificialkhaos.com) is now casting for the two main roles in its' upcoming feature film, The Pony Man.

Plot Synopsis:

It’s 2010 and the economy is in recession. But when Ed Heller loses his job, he sees it as an opportunity rather than a reason to lose hope. Inspired by a homeless street clown, Ed buys a pony and begins taking it door to door in his Seattle neighborhood. Will Seattle open its doors to the Pony Man? And will Ed's children let him back in their hearts?

Character Breakdown / Casting Needs:

Ed - late fifties, caucasian, an accountant forced into early retirement who decides to pursue a new career as "The Pony Man" by traveling door to door in Seattle neighborhoods with a pony & a camera. Though the odds are against him (he has no prior experience with horses & this career in particular has been obsolete for decades) Ed forges ahead, determined to make his dream a reality. He has two grown children, one of whom still lives at home. During the course of the story, he takes a homeless woman into his home as well.

Bertie - mid to late fifties, African American. Decades ago, Bertie decided to dedicate her life to being a clown. Despite the fact she is now homeless, she remains strongly tied to her passion for entertaining children. Retaining a surprisingly positive outlook on life (& a very keen sense of humor) even in the face of extreme adversity, Bertie serves as a source of inspiration & strength for both Ed & his grown daughter, Barbara.

Audition details:

We're holding auditions on Thursday, November 11th from 6-8pm in the Seattle Center's Center House, Room 4G. If interested, please e-mail mccauliflower@hotmail.com to schedule a slot.


Reply to: Jonah Martin at jonathandrewmartin@yahoo.com

Source: Northwest Film Forum Callboard


**Seattle Area**

UNPAID- Need 3 actors for a student project film at SCCC

I'm the producer of a student film at Seattle Central and i need three
actors for a 60 second PSA about the ACLU's 75th anniversary in Washington. Very simple and straightforward. Need one Japanese woman age 20-30, need one Hispanic male age 40-50, and one Caucasian male age 20-30.

Need actors THIS WEEK so email or call me [(360)-929-6552] if youre interested.

Thank you.

Reply to: Evan Elwell at mugwut@gmail.com

Source: Northwest Film Forum Callboard


**Seattle Area**

The Drowsy Chaperone audition announcement at Seattle Musical Theatre

*Audition dates*

Monday, November 29th - 7:00-10:00PM

Tuesday, November 30th - 7:00-10:00PM

Wednesday December 1st - 7:00-10:00PM

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Saturday, December 4th - 9:30AM-5:00PM

*Rehearsal & Performance Dates*

Rehearsals begin Monday, January 3rd, 2011

Rehearsals are Mon-Thurs, 7:00-10:00PM & Sat. 1:00PM-5:00PM

Performances run February 11, 2011 – March 5th, 2011

*Scheduling an Audition*
To schedule an audition or if you have any
questions please call Seattle Musical Theatre’s production office at (206)

All actors are paid a stipend

*About the Show*

To chase his blues away, a modern day musical theatre addict known simply as
'Man in Chair' drops the needle on his favorite LP – the 1928 musical comedy
The Drowsy Chaperone. From the crackle of his hi-fi, the musical magically
bursts to life on stage, telling the tale of a pampered Broadway starlet who
wants to give up show business to get married, her producer who sets out to
sabotage the nuptials, her chaperone, the debonair groom, the dizzy chorine,
the Latin lover and a pair of gangsters who double as pastry chefs.

*Audition Requirements*
For the audition, please prepare a monologue and a
verse and/or chorus of a standard Broadway song. Please bring sheet music in
the key you will sing it in (the accompanist will not transpose on the spot,
and we do not do auditions with CD accompaniment or a cappella singing). *The
song and the monologue together should not last more than three minutes*.
Also, please bring a headshot and resume.

*Dance Requirements*
Dance call will be held during callbacks. ALL actors
called back need to attend the dance call and should be dressed in dance
appropriate clothes. Men should bring jazz sneakers and women should bring
character shoes. If you can tap dance, please also bring your tap shoes.


MAN IN CHAIR - 30's-50's, non-singing. Musical theatre aficionado who mourns
the end of the Golden Era. Quirky and reserved, he is absolutely obsessed
with the Golden Age of musical theatre. Like, REALLY obsessed. Lovably
awkward and odd, he is the heart of the show.

JANET VAN DE GRAAF - 20's-30's, G-Eb, triple threat. The famous bride,
played by rising star Jane Roberts. A leading lady all the way - beautiful,
poised, and on the verge of knowing it. A true star-in-the-making.

ROBERT MARTIN - 20's-30's, leading man, C-Ab. MUST TAP DANCE. The dashing,
ever-cheerful groom, played by matinee-idol Percy Hyman A little too
knowledgable of his good looks, and a total cheeseball. If Janet's not the
best actress in the world, next to Robert she looks like Meryl Streep.

F-D. Janet's alcoholic confidante, played by well-established stage actress
Beatrice Stockwell. Somewhere between Judy Garland, Liza Minelli, Carol
Channing, Ethel Merman, Elaine Stritch, Eartha Kitt, Shirley Bassey and

ALDOLPHO - 30's-50's, A#-G. European self-proclaimed "ladies man", played by
former silent movie star Roman Bartelli. An absolute minstrel show of an
European stereotype. You can tell that he's mostly done silent movies.

MRS. TOTTENDALE - 40's-60's, G-Db. Dumb as a box of hair.

UNDERLING - 40's-60's, Ab-G. British. Butler.

MR. FELDZIEG - 40's-60's, Db-Db. Producer with a commanding presence

KITTY - 20's-30's, Bb-F. Sleezy, bleach-blonde chorine. Think Lily St. Regis

GANGSTERS - 20's-50's, Db-Gb. Ideally, Italian twins who have a vaudeville
act. Need two actors who look alike with great skills in physical comedy.
Preferably short.

GEORGE - 20's-40's, F-Bb, MUST TAP DANCE. The best man at the wedding.
Strong character actor, lovable but not "cute."

TRIX - 20's-40's, Ab-Eb. African American. Lesbian airplane pilot. Big,
boisterous and full of joy.

ENSEMBLE (4) - 20's-40's, all vocal ranges. Looking for singers who move
extremely well.


*Seattle Musical Theatre (SMT) employs a policy of open and diverse casting.
No casting decisions will be made until everyone participating in our
audition process has been seen by the Production Directors and the Producer
representing the SMT Board of Directors. It is the policy of SMT that
pre-casting of any kind NEVER be allowed. *

Carine Hutchison

*Seattle Musical Theatre*

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Reply to: (206) 363-4807

Source: PerformersCallboard

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