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Save the Date! SETC Fall 2018 Auditions

Save the Date for SETC Fall 2018 Audition Dates: Aug. 26 & 27, 2018 Venue: Sheraton Charlotte Hotel, Uptown Charlotte, NC The Stage Is Yours: Aug. 25, 2018 Plan to arrive early at SETC Fall 2018, and start preparing your act for our annual Saturday evening social event, The Stage Is Yours!, sponsored by Break A Leg Network. Sign up on-site to participate. Online Registration Opens: June 1, 2018 Online Registration Deadlines: Early-Bird ($35): Noon ET on July 2, 2018 Final ($45): Noon ET on Aug. 15, 2018 Hotel Group Rate Reservation Deadline: Aug. 3, 2018 Use this link to reserve your room at the SETC Group Rate.  Professional Actors, Singers & Dancers Check Your Eligibility To participate in SETC’s Fall Unified Professional Auditions, actors must meet the following qualifications: ...

How Much Money Do Broadway Actors Make?

BY LOGAN CULWELL-BLOCK via www.playbill.com If you’ve ever wondered how much your favorite Broadway artists earn for the work they do, you’re in luck. Thanks to public standard union contracts, we know what the base salary is for Broadway performers, stage managers, and musicians. These minimum rates are only for professionals on Broadway and are calculated by the week since, unlike other vocations who report annual salaries, artists will not necessarily be employed by their Broadway show for a full year. Data for actors and stage managers comes from Actors’ Equity. These figures are valid as of October 2, 2017, and are scheduled to remain through September 29, 2018, after which most of these rates will increase slightly. Musician pay rates comes from Local 802. Their rates are valid as of...

6 Rules for Following Up After an Audition

BY KRISTYN BRADY via www.dancemagazine.com If you made it through several cuts but didn’t land a contract, you’re probably wondering what went wrong. It’s perfectly acceptable to ask for feedback—if you go about it the right way. Here’s how company and casting directors want to hear from you so you’ll be remembered for your dancing (not for nagging). DON’T Follow Up Prematurely If you get cut in the first round, it’s not necessary to follow up. Photo by Jim Lafferty for Pointe. If you didn’t make the first cut, don’t follow up. Andrea Zee, a casting director for Broadway musicals and tours, says she can’t be helpful unless you’ve made it through several cuts. “It’s just too hard with the number of people we’...

DEAR EVAN HANSEN – OPEN CALL

Tara Rubin Casting New York, NY 10036SEEKING:THE ROLE OF EVAN HANSEN  ACTORS 17 AND UP TO PLAY A HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR  Smart, sincere, and cripplingly self-conscious, Evan prefers to hover in the background, a supporting player in his own life, too afraid to step forward into the spotlight and risk ridicule or, what might be worse, no one noticing him at all. Tenor with Pop/Rock Sensibilities   AUDITION INFORMATION WHEN Sunday, February 25th Sign in:  9:00am – 12:00pm Call:  10:00am-5:00pm WHERE PEARL STUDIOS 500 8TH AVE, 12TH FLOOR New York City, NYC 10018 WHAT TO PREPARE  –       16 bars of a pop/rock or contemporary musical theatre song  –       Please bring a picture and resume  –       Accompanist will be provided ADDITIONAL DETAILS PLEASE NOTE: WE WILL NOT BE SEE...

Steven Spielberg’s New WEST SIDE STORY Film Announces Open Casting Call

Here’s your chance to star in the highly anticipated new West Side Story film remake. Cindy Tolan Casting has put out an open call for the roles of Tony, Maria, Anita and Bernardo in the new take on the iconic movie musical. The previously announced project will feature a new adaptation by Angels in America Tony and Pulitzer winner Tony Kushner and direction by Oscar-winning film icon Steven Spielberg. Billed as a modern-day Romeo & Juliet, West Side Story follows two gangs who battle to control their turf on New York’s Upper West Side. The situation gets complicated when one gang member falls for a rival’s sister. West Side Story first opened on Broadway in 1957, going on to play 732 performances. Co-created by Arthur Laurents, Jerome Robbins, Leonard Bernstein and S...

One Week Left to Register for 2018 StrawHat Auditions

Only 1 week left to register for the 2018 StrawHat Auditions! APPLICATION DEADLINE : February 1, 2018 at NOON. Audition Dates: March 16-18, 2018 Audition Location: Pace University – New York City Registration: Complete the online form and submit your non-refundable annual registration fee (also known as your subscription), then mail your hard-copy application and supporting materials (see INSTRUCTIONS). Apply for a Song & Monologue, Monologue Only, or Dancer Who Sings audition (see AUDITION TYPES). Every submission received by the deadline date is given consideration for an appointment (see CRITERIA). Auditions: All three days of auditions are open to Musical Theatre and non-singing performers. Friday appointments are reserved for those who are available for immediate year-round ...

Greater Philadelphia Annual Auditions – Registration NOW OPEN

How To Apply How to apply for all three of the audition dates Monday, April 2, 2018 has been reserved as an Equity day. AEA Members: learn how to reserve an audition time slot. Please be prepared to give your AEA member number. Appointments will be accepted until all time slots are reserved. After all time slots are reserved, AEA members are welcome to come to the audition day to stand-by for an open appointment as an alternate, as per EPA procedures. EQUITY REGISTRATION: Begins Monday, February 19, 2018 All actors (Equity and Non Union) are eligible to apply for an audition slot for Monday, April 9, 2018. NON- EQUITY REGISTRATION: NOW OPEN! *Non-Equity Registration Deadline: Monday, February 19, 2018 Students at local colleges should have their department administrator contact the Walnut’...

2018 Pittsburgh CLO Auditions

What:  Auditions for Pittsburgh CLO’s 2018 Summer Season – TITANIC, THE FULL MONTY, BRIGADOON, Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST and THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE. We will not be casting ON YOUR FEET! Who: Trained Singers, Dancers and Character Actors. Please note that Chorus Members must be able to sing and dance. Most age-appropriate roles are cast from the chorus. We recommend those under the age of 30 should audition for the chorus. Children’s roles will be cast from students of the Pittsburgh CLO Academy. For information regarding enrollment, contact 412-281-2234.  Audition dates for children are TBD. Please do not submit this application for anyone under the age of 18. When: By appointment only. Thursday, February 22 Friday, February 23        Saturday, February 24 Cal...

TPS Unified General Auditions – Application Now Open!

  THEATRE PUGET SOUND – UNIFIED GENERAL AUDITIONS: 2018 ACTOR APPLICATION Auditions dates are Monday through Thursday, March 5 – 8, 2018.  ELIGIBILITY The Unified General Auditions is a showcase of the region’s premiere talent. While experienced actors receive priority, well-prepared actors with various degrees of experience are welcome to apply. Application Process & Requirements: In order to audition at the 2018 Unified General Auditions, the following requirements must be met: Must be a 2018 Theatre Puget Sound Individual Member or PATA(Portland Area Theatre Alliance) Membership Meet one of the experience requirements (listed below) Fill out the online actor application Once approved to audition, actors must: Schedule audition time online and upload print-ready headshot a...

MidWest Theatre Auditions to Open More Audition Slots

Did you miss the application sign-up date last November, or did space fill up too quickly for the MidWest Theatre Auditions?  Good News!  MWTA posted on their Facebook Page, stating that they will re-open the audition application for a limited number of audition spots. The application will open on  Friday, January 19th at 12:30pm CENTRAL TIME.  Review the Application Guidelines or applications before this time to make sure you are prepared to fill out all required information. If you have any questions or concerns you can always call or email MWTA at mwta@webster.edu (314)-968- 6937. For more information about the MidWest Theatre Auditions, Click Here.

Village Theatre 2018-2019 General Auditions Announcement

VILLAGE THEATRE ANNOUNCES GENERAL AUDITIONS FOR THE 2018-2019 SEASON FOR AEA AND NON-UNION PERFORMERS Village Theatre 2018-2019 Season General Auditions: January 16, 17, & 19, 2018 | 10am-6pm Village Theatre 303 Front St. N Issaquah WA 98027 Village Theatre will be holding singer/actor auditions for their 2018-2019 Season, Beta Series, and The Village Originals Festival of New Musicals on January 16th, 17th and 19th from 10am-6pm at Village Theatre, in Issaquah. These auditions are for principal and ensemble actors and singers ages 17+. Village Theatre’s 2018-2019 Season will be announced on Wednesday, March 7th, 2018 and additional EPA’s, ECC’s (dance calls) and youth auditions will be held on a per show basis throughout the year. Village Theatre would also like to encourage actors of...

2018 UPTA Actor Registration Deadline: Friday, January 12th

Have you registered for the Unified Professional Theatre Auditions yet? The actor application deadline is Friday, January 12, 2018. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER. All Acting Talent Guidelines (Pre-Professional & Regular Auditionees) Registration form filled out completely online. Registration cost is $55. Registration for actors closes 1/12/18. Audition slots fill quickly and are given on a first-come, first-served basis. Upload of registration materials by registration close DOES NOT GUARANTEE AN AUDITION SLOT. Actors must upload photos/resumes. Your photos and resumes should be 8″x10″ (or other 5:4 aspect ratio image for best results.) Pre-Professional actors must be pre-screened. (Deadline has passed) NO WALK-UPS ALLOWED. Qualified and Regular Auditions Regular Auditions will occur on Satu...

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