Sunday, May 29, 2011

Auditions: Sunday, May 29, 2011

This page contains auditions posted on Sunday, May 29, 2011.

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Audition for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat!

Christian Community Theater (a division of Christian Youth Theater -- Vancouver/Portland) is holding auditions for its first summer show, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice. Directed by J. Scott Lapp ( Auditions will be held in Vancouver from 5 -- 9 p.m. on Monday June 6, Tuesday, June 7 and Wednesday, June 8. Auditions are open to those 8 years through adult. Performances will be Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, August 5 -- 14 at the Washburn Performing Arts Center at Washougal High School. Rehearsals will be held in Vancouver on Thursday evenings from 6 -- 10 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 -- 2p.m. starting on June 16. All roles open (to see a full list, along with more information go to including a children's chorus for kids ages 8 -- 14. To schedule an audition time, please send an email to Bethany Larson - 
This is community theatre; there is no pay. Production Fee for cast members: $50. Each cast member must be represented by a Production Committee Member.

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Source: Craigslist


Voice Talent for Rock Radio Station (Portland)

The Chronicles of Rock (TCOR) Radio has an opportunity for YOU!

Portland's dynamic new rock and metal radio station is seeking voice talent for 3 hour music shows, voice over work, and station IDs.

Radio Jockey will host a live show, selecting music to be played based on program specialty and responding to audience requests. He/she will also comment on music and other matters of interest to audience, for example, concerts, related music news, and band announcements.

Voice talent also needed for creating advertisements and station IDs.

Experience preferred, with an emphasis on production values, editing, and SAM Broadcaster. Applicants must be confident public speakers, and willing to be involved in public promotion (for example, public speaking at charity events). Applicants must also have a vast knowledge of rock and roll from all genres.

This position is unpaid, however there will be plenty of perks that come with the territory (exposure in front of a statewide audience, working with local and national bands, attending shows and events as a known radio jockey, etc.).

Please visit for more information about TCOR Radio.

Reply to: To apply, please email Erica Schoenborn at ericas[at]TCORradio[dot]com with a statement of interest and your resume.

Source: Craigslist


Female Cellist with Cello for Photo shoot

I am a Photography student at the Art Institute in Portland. For my final project, I chose to do portraits of Cellists with their Cello, either playing or posing for the portraits. I would like to shoot outside if weather permits or inside. Sunshine, a beautiful spring day, in one of the Iris flower fields, or just somewhere fun.

What you get is a cd of all of the images I take of you. If you have a friend that is interested then that would be great too. I would like to have both male and female artists for my project, but my emphasis is for a girl with her Cello, or a group of guys and girls. Age does not matter and you don't have to be the best at playing it either. You just need a Cello and a dress, or dress nice for a guy. You may have someone with you so that you feel comfortable too.

Please email me back right away if you are interested. I am hoping to shoot this weekend, or next at the latest.

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Source: Craigslist