Friday, July 29, 2011

Auditions: Friday, July 29, 2011

This post contains auditions posted on Friday, July 29, 2011.

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Male Model for Magazine Shoot (Portland, OR)

A well known Portland based magazine is seeking a male model for an editorial shoot to be featured in next months issue. We are seeking a Caucasian male model with a slim/athletic build, attractive, who looks between 24 & 35. This shoot will take place sometime before Tuesday the 2nd. If you are interested please respond with your stats, some photos, and/or link to your portfolio for consideration and for more details. Thank you.

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BODY BUILDER's for comedy movie (portland/lake oswego)

I'm looking for body builder types for an indie feature film. It is a comedy about workout partners. My next step is to put together a short video to raise $20,000 on I wanted to do a quick ad on here to see who I could get interested in helping with the shoot(Cast, crew, etc). My job is to convince the viewers that this movie is worth their donations. The more people I have involved, the more likely they are to take it serious and donate.

If I take you on board I will tell you more about this film, but I can't just throw my ideas on the web. Thanks everyone.

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Need Extra to Play a Tailor (Downtown)


Looking for someone to play a tailor taking suit measurements for a short film/music video I'm working on. Only requirements are you have an outfit suitable for the role and you can take suit measurements (or at least act like it).
Here's a link to my group's previous video to get an idea of what we do:
and here's a link to our website:

Thanks in advance!

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This Friday July 29th -4-7pm
Cami Curtis Performing Arts Center - Portland
1932 W Burnside St
Portland, OR 97209

We are pleased to introduce our new Pre Professional Program beginning this upcoming fall!

The Pre Professional Senior Division was formed for very serious students and is suitable for students considering a career in dance, those who wish to dance competitively, or those who want to get the most out of their dance training. The Pre Professional Program is technique and performance based and divided into Kids, Junior, Teen and Senior divisions

The Senior Division is the highest level of focus and commitment and open to strong Intermediate/advanced dancers ages 11-18. Dancers in this level are preparing for a professional career in the dance field and/or who want to get the most out of their dance training. Consistency in mastering technique, artistry, performance qualities and team unity are just a few benefits students will gain. In this division dancers individual goals are discussed with the director and she will help guide and recommend the necessary summer study, college programs and dance companies etc.

Although the Senior Division dancers do commit many hours toward refining their technique and fostering their future they also learn to become part of a dance group, develop lasting friendships with students who have similar goals as well as having fun, sharing accomplishments, and celebrating each other in a positive atmosphere. All skills they will take with them in their future whether dancing for companies or whatever career path they choose.

Performing is just one part of the foundation to become a well-rounded dancer. Therefore during the year there are several scheduled performances including five regional competitions and one National Competition. We believe competitions give the dancers good exposure to performing and dancers of all levels. Competitions also allow dancers to grow in numerous ways beyond technique. The National competition dancers will participate in is the NYCDA National Competition and Workshop in New York, New York. This time is always exciting for the dancers and their families because dancers embark on a journey that is unparalleled to anything they will experience at home. In New York dancers will attend the NYCDA workshop hosted by some of the best dancers and teachers in the business. Following the workshop dancers will have the opportunity to perform many of the dances they have been refining throughout the year. It is through these workshops and performances that many dancers receive scholarships and are recognized by companies and individuals. As always we like to leave some time for a little fun taking open class at some of the best studios in New York including Broadway Dance Center and American Ballet Theater, as well as attend Broadway shows and site see.

The senior division time commitment is 11+ hours of dance a week. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 5:45-8:45 and Friday from 4-7
All classes during these times will be based on individual student; choreography and group need and include four ballet classes and a balance of choreography, tap, hip-hop pointe and contemporary

There are times that an extra rehearsal time could be required as needed, especially before a performance or competition.

The audition is Friday July 29 from 4-7pm

Audition will include a 75-minute ballet class, 30 minuets in tap, contemporary & hip-hop. . In order to be considered, dancers will only be required to attend one out of the two audition dates and should wear form fitting dance attire, the appropriate shoes and participate in the entire audition.

The financial commitment is *$350 per month. Prices are per month and do not include costumes, make up kits, competition entry fees, dance bag or warm-ups. Costumes can range any where from $60-$100 per dance. The number of costumes required for this division will be determined by the choreographers. Makeup kits are $49.99 only one kit will be required. Competition entry fees very and can range between $60-$100 per competition entry. Warm ups & dance bag are one time $140 for the jacket, pant & bag. Tuition fees do cover participation in Aug. Summer Camp, ballet classes and technique & choreography as well as extra rehearsals prior to competitions. There is a $5 administration fee per competition and a $25 one-time non-refundable registration fee for the year.
The dancers' commitment is from August through July. There is no early cancellation.

Summer Conditioning Camp: Senior Division Classes begin Monday, Aug 1st-26th; 12pm-4pm (included in fee)
The week of August 29th the dancers have off.
Fall Classes start Tuesday, September 6th.

November Performing Company Fundraiser
December Festival of Trees
Zoo Lights
Winter Review at the Studio
January Competition
February Competition
March Competition
April Competition/Performing Company Fundraiser
May Competition
June Rose Festival
End of the Year Review at the Studio
June 28-July 5 NYCDA Nationals

Please feel free to contact us with any questions regarding the senior performing company or any other divisions that require less of a time commitment.

We would LOVE to see her at the auditions this Friday he 29th from 4-7pm.

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