Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Auditions: Wednesday, January 02, 2013

This post contains auditions posted on Wednesday, January 02, 2013.

As we start off this new year, what are your goals for 2013?  What were your successes last year?  Share with the community in the chat box below.

As you know, the available work is always limited this time of year as we hit our slow season in the PDX market.  That being said I will still update the blog as work comes along, at minimum once a week. 

I am glad that this blog is a helpful and reliable resource for those in the PDX community, and it is great to know people are booking work from using this blog.

Thanks for visiting and supporting this blog.

**Disclaimer:  Please use your best judgement when responding to audition posts.  PDX Auditions compiles auditions from various resources, including Craigslist, and cannot be held liable for the content of these pages or the legitimacy of these auditions.  We do our best to post only legitimate auditions, but user discretion is advised.**


**Paid Projects**


Agony Casting

We are looking for 4 high school boys and one girl.

Boys athletic
Girl average student

$50 for each student.

Reply to:  Dave Owen at

Source:  Agony Casting on Facebook



The Merry Wives of Windsor, or The Amorous Adventures of the Comical Knight Sir John Falstaff

Bag&Baggage Productions, a professional theatre company in Hillsboro,, is pleased to announce auditions for an upcoming production: The Merry Wives of Windsor, or The Amorous Adventures of the Comical Knight Sir John Falstaff, adapted and directed by Scott Palmer.  John Dennis (a relatively unknown playwright from the Restoration period) wrote his adaptation of Shakespeare’s Merry Wives in 1647...only one copy of the script still exists, and Bag&Baggage has found it! Artistic Director Scott Palmer has combined Shakespeare’s classic romantic romp with Dennis’ trimmed-down, fast paced adaptation, added a few of his own surprises, and created our very own world premiere: The Merry Wives of Windsor or the Amorous Adventures of the Comical Knight Sir John Falstaff!

We will be casting actors for the following roles:

Messr. Ford (age 35+, M)
Messr. Page (age 35+, M)
Slender (tall, slender, age 18+, M)
The Host (comedic, age 25+, M)
Dr. Caius (French accent, age 25+, M)
*The roles of Sir John Falstaff, Mistress Ford, Mistress Page, Mistress Quickly, and Fenton have been pre-cast.
Actors will receive a $500 - $600 (depending on role) stipend after the close of the show.

Performance dates are: March 7 – 24, 2013.  All performances will be at the Venetian Theatre in downtown Hillsboro.  Rehearsals for this production begin January 19, 2013.

Auditions will be held in Hillsboro Saturday January 5 (noon to 4pm), with the possibility of overflow and/or callbacks scheduled on Sunday January 6 (1:30pm to 5:00pm). We are not able to accommodate alternative audition times. To be considered for an audition slot, actors should have previous professional experience, have access to reliable transportation, and be available and willing to rehearse and perform in Hillsboro.

To be considered for an audition slot, please send an electronic resume in PC format (Word or PDF format) and attached headshot (JPG format) to ASAP but no later than January 3, 2013.  Actors selected for auditions will be contacted to arrange an audition time. All actors should come prepared with two contrasting Shakespeare (or contemporary of Shakespeare) monologues not longer than 2 minutes total. Please ensure that your monologue choices are age and character appropriate.

Thanks! We look forward to hearing from you!

Audra Petrie, Company/Production Manager
Scott Palmer, Artistic Director

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Source:  PDX Backstage


"Mousetrap" at Sandy Actor's Theatre auditions

Saturday, January 5, 2013

1 PM to 4 PM
Sandy Actors Theatre
14733 Meinig Ave. (behind Ace Hardware)
Sandy, OR 97055

The Mousetrap, by Agatha Christie
Performance dates: April 5 through April 28
Directed by Doug Holtry

At Monkswell Manor, the news on the radio reports a murder has recently taken place in London. Mollie and Giles Ralston, the young owners of the once-regal estate recently converted into a guesthouse, hardly notice the news. They are far too busy preparing for the arrival of their first guests and concerned the heavy snowfalls may prevent the guests reaching their destination. As the guests arrive safely and the Manor becomes snowed in, a policeman arrives on skis suspecting one of the seven occupants may be the killer. After a second murder occurs in the Manor, Sergeant Trotter is convinced.

Suspects include the young married couple, a spinster with a curious background, an architect who seems better equipped to be a chef, a retired army major, and an unexpected visitor who claims his car has run into a snowdrift. During his interrogation, Sergeant Trotter uncovers the many mysterious secrets of everyone present, as he tries to solve the murder in true Christie style.

All roles available

NOTE: Auditions will be cold readings from the scripts. However, headshots, resumes, and/or monologues are welcome, but not required. (If you have a prepared monologue, you will be given the opportunity to share it as an additional basis for consideration.) All are welcome and no experience is necessary.

We also are recruiting crew positions (Stage Mgr., Asst., Stage Mgr., Lights & Sound technicians, Costumers, Props, Set Builders, Set Painters) for these productions. If interested in these areas, please attend the auditions.

Sandy Actors Theatre provides limited stipends to all cast and crew to cover expenses (travel, etc.)

Reply to:  For additional information, or phone 503 668-6834 (voice mail).

Source:  Sandy Actors Theater


Female Travel Host Wanted. No experience necessary. (Portland Metro Area)

Female Travel Host. Review Spas, Resorts, Hotels.

Do video interviews with small business owners, chefs, tourists

On camera skills a must. If you've never done this, we can try a probationary period to see if this opportunity works for you.

You'll need to learn to operate a small film kit that we provide. You'll also learn editing, photography and review writing.

If you have existing video samples, please include in response email

Must sends photos: Head Shot, full body shot.

Screened applicants will be called for a phone interview so provide a phone number.

Email a short description about yourself. Reliable transportation necessary. You'll need to be able to travel for 1 to 3 days.

Location: Portland Metro Area
Compensation: DOE

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Source:  Craigslist


**Unpaid or No Pay Specified**


Eugene Open Call Thursday 5pm   
TAKE 2 is having an Open Call looking for talent to fill gaps in their talent stable.
1011 Green Acres Rd, Eugene, Oregon

Currently looking for males ages 12 to 17 and 18 to 25 interested in acting as well as models, voice over talent and performers. Experience is great but not required.

We will be holding the open call this Thursday, January 3rd at 5:00 pm SHARP!!! Located inside the lesson Factory at 1011 Green Acres Road, Eugene, Oregon 97408.

Feel free to visit our website at and like our TAKE 2 Facebook.

Take 2 Productions formally known as Moonlight Talent is a full service talent agency offering our clients sophisticated talent resources. We have two locations, Portland and Eugene, Oregon.


No need to bring anything unless you are under 18. Then you must bring your parent.

Hope to see you then. Feel free to share this event with others.

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Source:  Facebook


Casting Call for Short Film

Sway of the Knife, a short film by local writer/director, Vu Pham, is casting for the following roles:

Tommy: 25-30 years old, Caucasian, male, pudgy, greasy, carries an asshole streak with pride. Tommy is a hipster-bar owner whose main preoccupations are chasing tail, drinking, ingesting substances of every shape and size, preaching the opposite of what he does, and revering dead white men who were some how "legendary" for doing such things.

Eric: 30-40 years old, Caucasian, male, average build. Midwestern raised, latter Oregon transplant regular boozer at Tommy's bar. He's been single for four years but touts it as a badge of masculine honor as opposed to the painful affliction that it truly is. Stubborn, prideful, stupid at times, but ultimately loyal and just.

Brian: 30-40 years old, Caucasian, male, rugged good looks. Brian is an extremely funny and charismatic character whose gregarious and unassuming nature generally wins him friends from all walks of life. Enjoys football, beer, Bukowski, and 18-23 year old girls; loves his mother more than anything in the world and often writes poetry for her.

Bartender: 25-30 years old, African-American, male. One of the main bartenders at Tommy's Bar; has more attitude than he knows what to do with, rushes for no one, and loves disaster news.

Gallery Employee: 20-30 years old, Caucasian, male, average build. Jessica's coworker at a downtown art gallery. He is simultaneously secretly in love with Jessica and stricken by a sexual orientation crisis.

Alternative Gallery Employee: 20-30 year old, Caucasian, female.  Jessica's best friend and coworker.  She is smart, artistic, and very neurotic.  Likes to observe people from afar and dissect them with her unforgiving critical acumen for entertainment but will never reveal her hand.


These roles are volunteer. However, we can promise that you'll be treated with the utmost respect and professionalism, be well fed, given proper credit for your work, have something of professional quality for your reel, and be participant in a unique project of merit with outstanding potential for festival attention.

Friday, 1/4, 10AM-1PM
Sunday, 1/6, 4-8PM
Monday, 1/7, 10AM-1PM
Wednesday, 1/9, 2PM-6PM

Inner Southeast (Clinton Street Neighborhood)

Please send a headshot and resume to the email below. If we're interested, you'll be contacted with sides and an audition time.

Thank you very much for your time and we look forward to hearing from you!

Vu Pham
Writer/Director/Producer, nomenstatua

Source:  PDX Backstage


On Wednesday, January 9th, evening.

Looking for actors to participate in a read of a new feature script. PM me or email You will be fed (mmm….pizza…).

WANTED: Male actors 18+ who are either British or who can convincingly feign a British accent.

Also seeking Male actors of 18+ speaking in normal American dialect.

One 18+ female speaking part- speaking in normal American dialect.

Thanks and happy new year!

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Source:  PDX Film Collective on Facebook


Auditions for A Midsummer Night's DreamHART Theatre announces:
Auditions for "A Midsummer Night's Dream" – directed by Paul Roder

Audition dates: Saturday, January 12, 1:00 – 4:00 PM & Sunday, January 13, 5:30 – 8:30 PM

Audition location: HART Theatre

Cold readings from the script. Monologue not required, but will be heard.

Headshot/resume/experience helpful, but not required.

This will be a primarily classic production, no modern dress, but some possible interesting twists.

The age ranges are listed below next to the character descriptions, and are only guidelines.
Rehearsals will begin no later than January 21; two or three weeknights and some weekends, based on actor availability.

HART is a volunteer-based community theatre. There are no stipends of any kind for the actors.

All actors receive two complimentary tickets to a performance, based on availability.

Character List
Puck - Also known as Robin Goodfellow, Puck is Oberon's jester, a mischievous fairy who delights in playing pranks on mortals. Age: none; youthful-looking and agile
Oberon - The king of the fairies, Oberon is initially at odds with his wife, Titania. His desire for revenge on Titania leads him to send Puck to obtain the love-potion flower that creates so much of the play's confusion and farce. Age: none; looks "older and wiser", (40's +)
Titania - The beautiful queen of the fairies. Titania's brief, potion-induced love for Nick Bottom, whose head Puck has transformed into that of an ass, yields the play's foremost example of the contrast motif. Age: you never ask a lady her age; she's a timeless beauty. (30's-40s)
Lysander - A young man of Athens, in love with Hermia. Lysander becomes the victim of misapplied magic and wakes up in love with Helena. Age: 20's
Demetrius - A young man of Athens, initially in love with Hermia and ultimately in love with Helena. Age: 20's
Hermia - Egeus's daughter, a young woman of Athens. Hermia is in love with Lysander and is a childhood friend of Helena. As a result of the fairies' mischief with Oberon's love potion, both Lysander and Demetrius suddenly fall in love with Helena. Age: 20's
Helena - A young woman of Athens, in love with Demetrius. Demetrius and Helena were once betrothed, but when Demetrius met Helena's friend Hermia, he fell in love with her and abandoned Helena. Age: 20's
Egeus - Hermia's father, who brings a complaint against his daughter to Theseus: Egeus has given Demetrius permission to marry Hermia, but Hermia, in love with Lysander, refuses to marry Demetrius. Age: 45+
Theseus - The heroic duke of Athens, engaged to Hippolyta. Theseus represents power and order throughout the play. Age: 30's-40's
Hippolyta - The legendary queen of the Amazons, engaged to Theseus. Like Theseus, she symbolizes order. Age: reference Titania.
Nick Bottom - The overconfident weaver chosen to play Pyramus in the craftsmen's play for Theseus's marriage celebration. Age range: open
Peter Quince - A carpenter and the nominal leader of the craftsmen's attempt to put on a play for Theseus's marriage celebration. During the craftsmen's play, Quince plays the Prologue. Age range: open
Francis Flute - The bellows-mender chosen to play Thisbe in the craftsmen's play for Theseus's marriage celebration. Age range: open, but younger than the others
Robin Starveling - The tailor chosen to play Thisbe's mother in the craftsmen's play for Theseus's marriage celebration. He ends up playing the part of Moonshine. Age range: open
Tom Snout - The tinker chosen to play Pyramus's father in the craftsmen's play for Theseus's marriage celebration. He ends up playing the part of Wall, dividing the two lovers. Age range: open
Snug - The joiner chosen to play the lion in the craftsmen's play for Theseus's marriage celebration. Age range: open
Philostrate - Theseus's Master of the Revels, responsible for organizing the entertainment for the duke's marriage celebration. Age: open, (played by Egeus)
Peaseblossom, Cobweb, Mote, and Mustardseed - The fairies ordered by Titania to attend to Bottom after she falls in love with him. Ages: 8-17 (roughly)

Reply to: Paul Roder,

Source:  PDX Backstage


*Upcoming Auditions*

by David Auburn
Directed by Alicia Marie Turvin

Date: January 6 & 7
Time: 6-8 PM
Place: Serendipity Playhouse
500 Washington Street
Vancouver, WA 98660

AUDITION will consist of cold readings from the script. Please bring head shots if you have them. No appointment necessary. For questions, please call Tony Broom at (971) 563-3661.

Source:  Seredipity Players



"Tommy's Toys"

When: January 5th 2013 at 1pm -- 3pm Open Casting

Where: Indent Studios @ 1535 SE 9th Ave. Portland OR 97214 Please Use Clay Street Entrance.

For questions please contact Kyle Johnson


A young boy named Tommy is constantly being bullied by a classmate. He tries to look for a way to stop the bully from continuing to harass him, so he turns to his toys for advice. His toys give him differing advice on what to do and Tommy must figure out the correct way of handling the situation.

What I'm looking for:

Tommy (lead): Middle School looking boy that is somewhat of an outcast. He is bullied and taunted and just wants the bullying to stop. He must be able to show a range of emotions from happiness to sadness.
Carver (Supporting): Middle School looking boy that can play the part of a bully. Must be able to look mean and menacing.

Shoot Dates:

Saturday and Sunday January 26-27, 2013

This film dose have EXPLICIT LANGUAGE!!!!!!

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Source:  Craigslist


Actresses Wanted for short drama film (Portland)

I am currently a film student, doing independent film work in addition to school work as well, and am preparing to shoot a short film tentatively titled "Intersection", which follows a collection of female characters at different stages in their lives all approaching the same street intersection and whom are possibly on the verge of having a multi-car accident there. Each character has a legitimate reason for being distracted, which might make her responsible for an accident, and furthermore these characters are interconnected with one another. I am looking for actresses to fill in the roles of these various characters for which I have listed below. Each character has their own parts in the film, each of which will be approximately five minute segments.

ERIKA (20-30 years old) - a young woman working as a pizza delivery person who is caught up in the sluggishness of her life, which goes in conflict with her job which requires her to rush all around town making timely deliveries. As she reflects on her life, while in a rush, she is quite distracted.

NADINE (30-35 years old) - something of a "soccer mom" type character, who is very caught up in her busy life, which primarily focuses on her multiple children. Her greatest distraction is repeatedly having to check her cell phone, distracting her repeatedly.

GEENA (30-35 years old) - woman in a very unhappy and lifeless marriage of which she feels no happiness or spark from. Due to this she has to find her own ways to seek release in life. As she is out on a drive alone on a straightaway she tries to find some pleasure in speeding, which puts her in a dangerous place as she approaches the intersection.

ABBY & TORRY (both about 25 years old) - a young lesbian couple who have found themselves becoming listless together and are about to go out of town to try and spice up their rather young relationship. As they try and have a serious talk and connection they become distracted approaching the intersection.

CHELSEY (character is 16-17 years old, played by someone around 18-20 years of age) - a young driver on her way to a friends house after having a fight with her parents over the way she's been leading her young life. Distracted by inexperience and her exaggerated frustration at her parents.

LYNDSEY (20 years old) - An inexperienced driver without a license who borrows a friends car after another friend calls her with an emergency in which her help is needed. The simple fact that she is a poor driver, caught up in her friends recent emergency, makes her a liability out on the road.

LYDIA (20-25 years old) - has been in an abusive relationship for the past couple years and she has chosen this day to try and flee at all cost. She doesn't know until she's out on the road that her possessive boyfriend is aware of her efforts to try and get away.

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Source:  Craigslist


"Steel Magnolias" 

North End Players is holding auditions for their spring production of "Steel Magnolias" directed by Ronald Jorgensen

Auditions will be held on Thursday 1/3 and Friday 1/4 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Andrews Episcopal Church located at 7600 N Hereford Avenue.

This is a community theater production so there will be no pay.

The part of "Truvy" has been pre-cast.

All other roles are open: Annelle, Clairee, Ouiser, Shelby and M'Lynn

Auditions will conducted via cold readings from the script.

The production dates will be May 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19 2013.

Reply to:  For questions contact the North End players at or 503-705-2088

Source:  North End Players on Facebook


“How Sweet Was My Swamp” – an old fashioned melodrama 

 7-9 PM (no reservations necessary) BOTH locations

Monday, January 7, 2013 @

Calvin Presbyterian Church
10445 SW Canterbury Lane
Tigard, Oregon 97224

Tuesday, January 8, 2013 @

The Van Raden Community Center (in Tualatin Park)
8535 SW Tualatin Rd.
Tualatin, OR, 97062

There are 10 major roles to be cast for 5 males and 5 females, aged teens to elderly; plus Olio performers and other supporting roles both on and off stage.

Auditions will be readings from the script and headshots are welcome but not necessary. The show will play from March 2 through March 17 in Tigard. Mask & Mirror is an all-volunteer, non-profit theatre and all actors, production crew and administrators are unpaid.

Melodrama was a mainstay of early American theatre, dominating the American stage from 1850 until the early 1900s. These are stories of virtue, with good conquering evil and always leading to a happy ending. The action is characterized by over-the-top emotions and exaggerated characters. Crowds love to boo the Villain, cheer the Hero and Heroine, and laugh at the Fool. All these stock characters and more have been transplanted to the deep swamps of Louisiana for the show at Mask & Mirror.

Characters (all roles are open for audition)

Reply to:  Contact the Director, Gary Romans ( with questions.

Source:  Mask and Mirror


Mock’s Crest Auditions for “DIE FLEDERMAUS”

Invitation ONLY
January 12th, 2013   10:00 am to 12:00pm by

General Auditions
January 12th, 2013   12pm to 4pm
General Auditions
January 13th, 2013   12pm to 4pm

Necessary Callbacks will be determined the following  weekend.

Please bring your headshot & resume.  

Be prepared to sing an aria of your choice for the director.

Auditions are in Mago Hunt Center – Recital Hall on campus.

This operatta is a crowd pleaser with its funny music and wealth of funny and original characters.

The current production staff is:
Prof. Larry Larsen -  Producer, Set Designer and Technical Director
Prof. Tracey Edson -  Music Director and Conductor
Kristine McIntyre  -  Stage Director
Clara Weishahn -  Asst. Stage Director
Darrin Pufall – Costume Designer
Jennifer Hammontree -  Stage Manager

Performance Dates
The show plays in the evenings at 7:30 pm on June 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 27th, 28th, 29th – and 2:00 performances on Sundays June 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th. – no evening performances on Sunday.

Tickets will go on sale May 6th, 9am – 6pm at 503-943-7287 or email:  or can be purchased at the Mago Hunt Box Office on campus. Dinner or Lunch on the lawn before the show is offered for a fee and provided by Bon Appetit. The dinner is 90 minutes before the show time.

Reply to:  Call Jewell at 503.943.7228 to make an appointment for an audition or email:

Source:  Mock's Crest


Auditions for "Suite Surrender"

The Beaverton Civic Theatre will hold open auditions for Michael McKeever’s comedy, Suite Surrender, directed by Kraig Williams.

Auditions will be held Fri, 1/4, from 6:30pm – 8:30pm; and Sat, 1/5, from 11am – 1pm at the First Baptist Church Beaverton, 5755 SW Erickson Avenue, Beaverton.

No appointment is necessary. Please plan on being there from start to finish.

Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. May be asked to sing but no need to prepare a song for the audition. The first read through will be Mon, 1/7, and rehearsals begin Mon, 1/14.

Performances are March 1 – March 16 - Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm.

Reply to:  Contact director Kraig Williams at with any questions.

Source:  Beaverton Civic Theatre





Call for Directors

 Portland Actors Ensemble
2013 Shakespeare-in-the-Parks

Portland Actors Ensemble seeks directors for its summer 2013 Shakespeare-in-the-Parks season featuring "problem plays" The Merchant of Venice and Cymbeline. Directors are invited to submit proposals for one or both shows. The Merchant of Venice, our twilight show, is scheduled to begin rehearsals in early May, open mid-June, and run through late July. The touring production of Cymbeline is scheduled to begin rehearsals in late May or early June, open in late July and run through Labor Day.

PAE has been bringing free Shakespeare to Portland area audiences for over forty years. PAE is committed to providing financially-accessible classical theatre in a variety of locations. Our tradition is to embrace the natural beauty of the area, rather than to attempt to recreate an indoor production outside. Some performances will be ASL-interpreted and audio-described. Last season's Hamlet and Twelfth Night were among our most successful shows ever.

We are considering primary performance locations for Merchant, and potential directors are invited to propose an outdoor (or non-traditional theatre space) location in the Portland area. Previous Twilight Tragedy performances have occurred at Lovejoy Fountain, Cathedral Park, Lone Fir Cemetery, and at the top of Mount Tabor. The touring production of Cymbeline will visit a variety of parks and universities around the Portland area and Maryhill Museum in the gorge.

Directors will be paid $1,000. If you have not worked with, or seen a production by PAE before, please feel free to visit our website at or reach us at for more information about our company, mission, and tradition.

Below are some areas to cover in your proposal. Feel free to explore and expand, however be sure to cover at least these topics:
What will the rehearsal process be like? How long?
What are the dominant themes you are emphasizing? How will the controversial themes (if any) be addressed?
What is your approach to the text itself? What's staying, what's being moved or compressed and what's going away? Is there extra material you're bringing in? We don't need line-by-line, but more on a scenic level.
What's your casting approach (gender, age, etc)? Cast size? Doubling? Consolidating characters?
What sort of design elements (Costume/Set/Movement, et al.) do you imagine?
What's your preferred allocation of budget (this can be done in terms of % if you prefer)?
In what time period do you plan to place your play? Do you plan to do a "concept" show? If so, what is it?

Merchant-specific topics:
How would you deal with anti-Semitic themes?
Cymbeline-specific topics:
Twins? Complexity of story?

Please include a resume with your proposal.
Proposals should be submitted to, or by postal mail to Portland Actors Ensemble, PO BOX 8671, Portland, OR 97207. Email submission is preferred.

The deadlines for proposals:
Merchant of Venice: January 6, 2013
Cymbeline: January 20, 2013

Good Will for all,
Michael Godsey
Artistic Director
Portland Actors Ensemble

Reply to:  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Michael Godsey at

Source:  PDX Backstage



Lighting Designers FYI: Applications Open for Hemsley Internship January 1-15
Applications Open for Hemsley Internship January 1-15

Applications for the 30th annual Hemsley Internship Program will be accepted from January 1- 15, 2013. Interviews for finalists will be held in New York on March 16, 2013 in conjunction with the Hemsley Lighting Portfolio Review on March 16 - 17, 2013.

Candidates should submit a resume, a one-page statement of personal goals and anticipated benefits from the internship, and three letters of recommendation. The selected intern will begin in June 2013 and continue until the end of February 2014. The internship provides the opportunity to work in a professional repertory situation with resident and guest designers. This year's companies include the Lincoln Center Festival, San Francisco Opera, New York City Ballet, and Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre. Additional opportunities may include touring and media events. A monthly stipend of $2,000 is provided in addition to travel expenses. Digital or paper applications are accepted.

Gilbert Hemsley dedicated his life to the training of young theater professionals. Beginning with the first intern in 1984, the internship has continued his legacy by offering a unique experience to young designers as they begin their professional careers.

Reply to:  To submit an application or for further information, please contact: Mark Stanley, resident lighting designer, New York City Ballet, 20 Lincoln Center, New York, NY 10023, phone: 212-870-4205, and email:

Source:  PDX Backstage



NEED MAKEUP AND HAIR STYLIST FOR SHORT FILMI am currently looking for a make up and hair artist for a film I am beginning production for on February 5th through mid March 2013 and will need someone once a week during this time period for half a shoot day. I don't necessarily need someone with alot of experience but someone who has a passion and knack for doing make up and hair.

Here is some information about the film.

SYNOPSIS: The Second Coming is a dark love story about a escort who is trying to get out of the business who falls in love with a schizophrenic who thinks he is the Second Coming of Christ. It is a modern day version of the Jesus and Mary Magdelene story meets the film True Romance, which follows the heroes journey but takes the viewer into the twisted minds of the characters through surreal imagery and dreamscapes.

Please email me a little about yourself and experience, and a demo reel or pictures of your work (if you have some)

This is a no budget production with only minimal funds to pay for food, rentals, props, and permits.
Nobody is getting paid and everyone involved is doing this because they, like myself are artists and want more experience and footage for their reel.

What I can offer is that you are well fed, respected, credited, have a beautiful piece for your reel, multiple invitations to screenings, connections with those working in the industry and some great experience for your future career as a make up artist.

Of Course I will pay for all transportation costs and make up supplies.

Please feel free to view a trailer of my last film to see if this the kinda production you would like to participate in.


I look forward to meeting with you and hopefully working with you.

-D.R. Garrett

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Source:  Craigslist



Sound Mixer Needed 

Documentary shoot next Saturday, January 5 for 3-4 hours. Need sound mixer with experience for an interview and b roll. Please reply with list of equipment, resume and rate for half day.

Location: Portland

Compensation: Negotiable

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Source:  Craigslist



Several hair and make-up artists needed for a feature film on January 12th
The scene is a fancy futuristic cocktail party set in a virtual world where everything is perfect and/or strange. (Lots of creative freedom for you!)
We're filming it on fantastic boat house (see attached photo), and we need fantastic hair and make-up too!

It wouldn't be a paid gig (we're a super-low budget film), but we'd feed you! (Free food! Yay!)

DATE: Saturday, Jan. 12th
TIME: 5:00pm - 7:00pm (if you can stay all night for touch-ups that would be wonderful!)
LOCATION: The Fennell Boat House near Oaks Park
THE FILM: Dystopia (

Reply to:  If you're available, please reply as soon as possible to this thread or email

Source:  Collaborate Portland on Facebook