Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Auditions: Tuesday, February 15, 2011

This page contains auditions posted on Tuesday, February 15, 2011.

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Seeking Actress for Short Comedy Film

We're looking for an actress for our new short comedy film, called The Incorrigibles. This is a PG project and should be pretty fun.
You'll be playing an Alien who comes to earth, meets a bunch of goofy guys (a DJ, a garbage artist, a British genius) and hilarity ensues.

You'll need to be able to pull off a good British accent, have a great sense of humor and be 21 to 35.

Previous professional experience not required, although a professional attitude on set is a must.
We'll be using this project as a pitch for a series, so future work is a possibility too.

Compensation: $100 for a two day shoot.

Here's a link to some of what we've done.

Here's a link to a little promo we did to start getting an idea of our characters (all we're missing is our actress).

Reply to: gigs-6egxr-2213463777@craigslist.org

Source: Craigslist


Auditions: Broadway Rose

Broadway Rose Theatre is seeking African-American dancers/singers ages 17 - 25 for Hairspray. All ethnicities encouraged to audition for all shows.

Broadway Rose Theatre auditions for the musicals Hairspray and Ripper and children's productions Rumpelstiltskin is My Name and The Frog Prince are by appointment only and will be:

General Auditions:

Sunday, March 6, 6pm-10pm

Monday, March 7, 6pm-10pm

Tuesday, March 8, 6pm-10pm

Auditions will be held at the Broadway Rose New Stage, 12850 SW Grant Ave., Tigard, OR 97223.

These are singing auditions only, reading and dance auditions will be held during callbacks. There will not be a dance audition at the initial auditions.

Hairspray, directed by Peggy Taphorn, musical direction by Rick Lewis, choreography by Jacob Toth.

- The role of the Edna has been cast.

- The callbacks will be held March 14, 15 & 16 and will include a dance audition.

- Rehearsals: 5/31- 6/29, Tues – Fri 6-10pm., Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 1-10pm.

- Performances: 6/30-7/24.

Ripper, directed and choreographed by Abe Reybold, musical direction by Alan Lytle.

- All roles are available.

- The callbacks will be held March 17, 18 & 19.

- Rehearsals: 6/27- 8/2, Tues – Fri 6-10pm., Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 1-10pm.

- Performances: 8/3- 8/21.

- Scripts are available for perusal by arrangement with Emma.

Rumpelstiltskin directed by Sharon Maroney and The Frog Prince directed by Annie Kaiser.

- These will be singing auditions only, no dance or readings.

- All roles are available.

- Must be available for daytime rehearsals and performances.

- Rumpelstiltskin, runs 7/13-7/16.Rehearsals 6/27-7/12, Mon-Sat 10am-2pm.

- The Frog Prince, runs 8/10-8/13.Rehearsals 7/25-8/9, Mon-Sat 10am-2pm.

Callbacks will be at the discretion of the directors and will be held March 14-19. The Broadway Rose hires Equity Guest Artists and Non-Equity performers. Scripts are available for perusal by arrangement with Emma.

Note for all auditions:

- Please prepare 32 bars from musical theater in the style of the show. Song must be memorized. Bring sheet music in your own key (music will not be transposed). Accompanist will be provided. Be prepared to sing a second song if requested. No taped or acappella music.

- Women, please wear a dress or skirt.

- 17 years old and older please, except for the role of L'il Inez in Hairspray (see website character descriptions).

- Please bring a current non-returnable photo and resume.

- Please bring your calendar to list your conflicts.

- Please arrive at least 10 minutes prior to your scheduled slot to give yourself time to complete the audition form.

Please see www.broadwayrose.com for character descriptions.

Reply to: Please call Emma at 503-906-2378 for an appointment.

Source: PDX Backstage