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Updated: Sep. 1

BANDS/SOLOISTS/SHOWCASES:

COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION COMPANY – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 3 - DANCE Spectacular Productions is seeking trained female dancers and female production singers for 2020/2021 shows/tours. Perform worldwide for corporate events, state fairs, military bases, resorts, and special events. Assistant producer states: "This is a fun, energetic variety song-and-dance show. Show themes customized for each event (the '50s, country, military tribute, flapper dancers, hip-hop, jazz, Broadway, and much more). Dancers must have excellent stage presence and personality and enjoy all genres of dance. Talent must live close to Carol Stream IL. The minimum age is 16. Only submit if you meet these requirements. You will be commuting to Carol Stream for rehearsals." Bi-weekly online rehearsals to start; live rehearsals will take place at a studio in Carol Stream IL. Paid performances- hotel, meals (on show days), performance, and travel provided (commuting from Chicago). Note: DSP Company members must live in or close to Chicago, IL. Seeking—Singer: Female, 16-35, pop singer (non-theatrical); great stage presence; team player; moves well. Seeking talent from Chicago IL. In your cover letter, note your current weekly schedule from Sunday to Saturday.

2020-21 CABARET SERIES: ANNAPOLIS SHAKESPEARE COMPANY – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 5 - Annapolis Shakespeare Company is casting trained and experienced musical theatre vocalists for monthly cabaret/variety shows and special events. Rehearsals daytimes TBD. 3+ rehearsals are required for each performance starting 1.5 weeks before the gig. Performances held the first Sunday of every month at 7:30pm, starting November 2020. All rehearsals and performances in Annapolis MD. Pays $150 per gig. Seeking—Male Cabaret Artist: 20-60, trained and experienced musical theatre vocalists for monthly cabaret/variety shows and special events; must be versatile in style from golden age musicals to contemporary pop and be able to handle close harmonies; must be local to the MD/DC/VA area. Personality essential and strong comic timing a plus; Female Cabaret Artist: 20-60, trained and experienced musical theatre vocalists for monthly cabaret/variety shows and special events; must be versatile in style from golden age musicals to contemporary pop and be able to handle close harmonies; must be local to the MD/DC/VA area. Personality essential and strong comic timing a plus. Seeking talent from Annapolis MD; Washington DC; Baltimore MD; Arlington VA. Apply via backstage.com Send headshot, resume, and three videos of vocal pieces showing range. Must be local to the MD/DC/VA area. Callbacks are invitation only and will be held remotely.

SEEKING A REPLACEMENT FEMALE SINGER-DANCER For GIRL BAND! – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 9 - Vementertainment is auditioning for a replacement Singer-Dancer for Girl Band! Must have great harmony skills! The auditions will be Virtual! Please send a video of yourself singing a verse & chorus of a cover song and email it to Vmmgtco@gmail.com! If you're chosen for a callback you will receive a invitation to a Zoom audition. Rehearsals evenings & weekends in NYC & Long Island. Contract after trial period. Seeking—Female Singer, 18-26; Female Singer-Dancer Who Can Harmonize: 18-25, Must have great harmony skills! The auditions will be Virtual! Please video yourself singing a verse & chorus of a cover song and email it to Vmmgtco@gmail.com! If you're chosen for a callback you will receive a invitation to a Zoom audition; Female Singers (Backup): 18-24, Seeking female singers to finish Girl Band. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via backstage.com or submit music, pictures, and video or links to Vmmgtco@gmail.com.

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE REGIONAL BANDS SEEKING VOCALISTS – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 14 - United States Air Force Regional Bands is seeking singers of all voice types and abilities to submit all pre-screen materials for upcoming vocalist vacancies for all Air Force Regional Bands. The audition date will be TBA but rolling prescreen acceptances will be made as the materials are reviewed. To kick off our search for vocalists, Air Force Bands will be hosting a panel discussion at Actor's Expo happening virtually on Sunday Sep. 13 at 3:45 EST. Our seminar can be accessed for free to the public on desktop or mobile via the Whova. Vocalists for the Air Force Bands perform for official functions and ceremonies as well as major sporting and community events. In addition, Air Force Bands rely on their vocalists to be the front-person for a variety of ensembles, including concert bands, jazz big bands, and various pop/rock ensembles. Whether rendering honors at a ceremony or captivating audiences with a high-energy rock show, vocalists convey the professionalism and dedication inherent in every United States Air Force Airman. Seeking—Singer (Lead): All Genders: 18-39. Live auditions - TBA; free virtual seminar Sunday, Sept. 13 at 3:45 (EST) in San Antonio, TX. PRE-SCREENING REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE: Resume. Please include recordings of each of the following styles: Music Theater, Jazz Standard, Rock, Pop/R&B, Country; Recordings should be 10-15 minutes in length with accompaniment preferred. Email WAV or MP3 Files to bandofthewestauditions@gmail.com For more information, visit: https://www.music.af.mil/.

OFF-BROADWAY HIP-HOP MUSICAL – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 17 - DWhit Presents is seeking vocalists and rappers who can dance well for an Off-Broadway hip-hop musical. Producer states: "Filming entire show for TV show pitch to networks." Rehearses on Wed. & Thurs. evenings; next show date is Sep. 19. Pays $50 stipend per show. Contracts vary. Possible higher pay in the future. Seeking—Vocalists (Lead): All Genders, 18-40, lead vocalist responsible for several lead songs in the show. Must be able to learn song material quickly for upcoming show performances. Seeking talent from New York NY. Production will provide instructions on how to submit for an audition. Do not apply if you are not available for evening rehearsals or performance on Sep. 19. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://www.ghettochroniclesmusical.com

FEMALE HISPANIC SINGERS WHO DANCE – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 30 - Vementertainment is seeking the last members for a girl band for an indie label. CEO states: "Audition for a replacement Singer-Dancer for my Girl Band! Must have great harmony skills! The auditions will be Virtual! Works in NYC and West Hempstead, Long Island NY. No pay. Seeking—Hispanic Dancer Who Can Sing (Supporting): Female, 18-27, Hispanic female dancer who can sing in harmony, ages 21-27, to complete a Latina girl band. Must be able to harmonize, perform, and be fit. Seeking talent in New York NY. Email a video of your dancing and a sample of your singing to: Vmmgtco@gmail.com! If you're chosen for a callback you will receive an invitation for an audition via Zoom."

'UNION SQUARE BEGINNINGS' – NOTICE EXPIRES OCT. 1 - Musical United is casting Union Square Beginnings, a musical. Synopsis: A group of lost people are assembled in a green space. There are 7 characters. They seek the joys they once had. A rich woman appears. Coordinator states: "The music is a combination of Kurt Weill and Irving Berlin." Dates TBD in the NYC area. Pay TBD. Seeking—Clown (Supporting): 30-50; “Ehlizabeth” (Lead): Female, 40-65, Once an actress; Captain: Male, 35-60, Former naval captain; “Fritz Landowski:” Male, 45-65, Struggling salesman; “Geraldine” (Supporting): Female, 18+, Former hooker, says she is an Ann Miller type. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via backstage.com or contact the producer.

'DAVE's BASEMENT' – NOTICE EXPIRES OCT. 31 - Todd Harold Productions is casting all kinds of video acts for a live-streamed video variety show named "Dave's Basement." Shoots in your own home. No pay. Seeking—Singers: 18+; Dave's Basement is a weekly online variety show seeking performers of all stripes doing all kinds of acts. Specifically interested in actors performing monologues or characters they've always wanted to play. Also singing, painting, comedians, dancers, musicians playing music, and more. Puppets, stick figure animations, graphic art pieces, parody ads, experimental works. It can be old work you've recorded in the past or work you've recorded recently during these quarantined times. If you can record it and play it back on a computer, we are interested! Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://davesbasement2.com, submit pix & résumés and, if you can, please include a cover letter with a brief description of what you're thinking you would like to submit for the show.

'CABARET 500mg' VIRTUAL CABARET – NOTICE EXPIRES DEC. 12 - The Pharmacy Theatre is seeking cabaret singers for Cabaret 500mg, a virtual cabaret. Artistic director states: "The Pharmacy Theatre, in collaboration with the Paragon Press, is hosting weekly virtual cabarets on our YouTube page. We are inviting some of you to participate with us in the adventure. We are including our YouTube page, so you can check out the first two cabarets. Also attaching the submission site to submit your cabaret video if you would wish. You may also apply via backstage.com and we will contact you directly." A new Cabaret video is posted every Sunday during quarantine. Submissions needed before the Thursday of every Sunday. No pay. Seeking—Cabaret Singer (Lead): 10+. Seeking talent Worldwide. Visit the Submission page: https://theparagonjournal.submittable.com/submit/164276/pharmacy-theatre-cabaret-500mg.

CHICAGO COVER BAND – NOTICE EXPIRES MAY 31, 2021 - A. Vachon is seeking an experienced Chicago-based female lead singer/performer to co-front an existing Chicago cover band. Note: Accepting submissions from Chicago area applicants. Once we get back to performing live, our shows are in/around the Chicagoland area only. Producer states: "Music is focused around the pop/dance/electronic/Top 100 hits of the 2000s, with remixed versions of popular '80s and '90s songs. The band has established booking support for fests, clubs, casinos, private/corporate events, etc. and typically performs 4-8 times a month. We are ideally looking for someone who lives locally in the Chicagoland area with an open schedule (i.e. not involved in other weekend projects, other bands, theater shows, etc.). You'll be co-fronting the band, so you'll be singing both leads and harmonies throughout the show. We're looking for someone who can bring energy to their performance and knows how to move rhythmically with the music while singing." Rehearsals are typically once a week (flexible; as needed) until the singer has learned and developed the show, located on the north side of Chicago in a residential area. Note: Self-study ability is important, and it is expected that all band members come to rehearsal prepared and having memorized their parts/lyrics. All shows are paid. Seeking—Singer/Front Person (Lead): Female, 24-39, with the following attributes: charismatic, confident rockstar vibe and presence; stage experience with a live band; ability and discipline to self-study and be fully prepared for weekly rehearsals (please see note below - rehearsals are postponed temporarily); experience and willingness to work with another singer; fairly open/flexible schedule, especially on weekends (day and night) for shows; comfort and proficiency with talking to an audience; dance skills that fit the music; a fitness level sufficient to deliver an energetic 2+ hour performance; experience or willingness to work with in-ear monitors; interest to be in a great band with pro-caliber people who focus on being successful. Seeking talent from Chicago IL. For consideration, submit with some background information on your musical experience, performance photos, or a current photo and an audio sample. Include any social media links if you have audio/video posted there.

 COMPANIES:

THEATRE 68 VIRTUAL AUDITIONS – DEADLINE SEP. 13 - Theatre 68 is seeking New York- and L.A.-based actors, writers, directors, and producers to join Theatre 68. Artistic director states: "We are looking for dedicated, open-minded, and talented individuals interested not only in acting, but in writing, producing, and directing as well. Theatre 68 nurtures artists in all aspects of theatre. We believe in creating your own work instead of waiting in line for the phone to ring. "We know these are very tough times and we understand the value in having an artistic community. With that said, we would like to announce that Theatre 68 is holding virtual auditions for our L.A. and New York chapters for new members around the world. We are also in discussion to continue on, even after the world opens up, in a virtual chapter, to which you will have the opportunity to be grandfathered in. "Every Monday night from 7pm-10pm PST or EST, respectively, we meet via Zoom on what we call our 'Actor’s Gym' on both coasts. This is where we work out as actors, doing improv, cold reads, prepared scene work, etc. It is much like a structured class but without a 'teacher.' Everybody has a voice and you are given a space to create every Monday. We are minimally assigned two writing assignments a year, one being a monologue to be performed in events such as our annual Bi-Coastal Monologue Jam and our One Act Play Festival. "We’ve taken our Monday Night 'Actor's Gyms' to the virtual stage. Since March, not only has business been as usual with scene study, cold reads, improv, etc., but we’ve made the most out of this virtual experience and have taken our work to another level in ways we couldn’t have imagined before. We have also been honored to have special guest speakers such as Joe Mantegna, Neil LaBute, and casting director Donna McKenna, to name a few." Group meets every Monday night (7pm-10pm EST or PST) via Zoom. Theatre 68 is a dues-based company ($100 per month for L.A. chapter; $75 per month for New York chapter). Seeking—Actors: 18+, dedicated, open-minded, and talented individuals interested in acting, writing, producing, and directing. Auditions by appointment SEP 13, 10AM PDT via Zoom. Seeking talent Worldwide. Send a headshot and resume to theatre68@gmail.com. Once you submit for an audition, you will receive a time slot and a Zoom link. Prepare a monologue (one-two minutes max.). Note: Actors will have a quick chat with the Artistic Director, Ronnie Marmo, and a few members of the company. If you are not available for the time slot, email theatre68@gmail.com with a self-tape monologue and answer the following question on video: Why do you want to be a member of Theatre 68? In your email submission, title your subject line, "Full Name, Backstage Submission, NYC or L.A. Chapter" (i.e. John Doe, Backstage Submission, L.A. Chapter). For more info on Theatre 68, visit www.theatre68.com.

COMPETITIONS:

'GRAND IDOL:' VIRTUAL SINGING COMPETITION – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 5 - Grand Theatre: Home of the Road Company is casting Grand Idol, a virtual singing competition. Production states: "Are you dying to perform again? Now you can! Compete for a chance to win $500 in our very first Grand Idol virtual singing competition. Dust of those vocals and get ready to saaaang! Talent works remotely. Work begins Sept. (chosen talent must be available for a two-hour film day); Grand Finale performance in Dec. (virtually). No pay. One grand prize winner will receive $500. Production states: "There is no cost to audition, but if you are selected to be on one of the seasons, there will be a one-time $20 registration fee." Seeking—“Season 2: Pop Star:” All Genders: 16+, live your best pop star life. All genres accepted except musical theatre; “Season 3: Musical Theater:” All Genders: 16+, only musical theatre songs. Seeking talent Nationwide. Submit a short audition video via backstage.com or visit  https://www.roadcompany.com/grand-idol.html

'CELEBRATION Of MUSIC,' TALENT COMPETITION – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 10 - Sun and Sky Entertainment is seeking singers, instrumentalists, bands, and dancers between the ages of 5 and 25 for Celebration of Music, a talent search that showcases young musical talent. Currently accepting submissions for August and Sept. Production states: "This version of the show will be taped with Ethan Bortnick and distributed and offered Nationally to all PBS Stations across the country! The show will also be offered to International TV broadcasts and also online worldwide. This will give you an opportunity to be part of a TV show that will be seen by millions. The Nationally Distributed TV Show itself is not a competition. It is a music/variety show that celebrates Music and arts. So, if you win your local event, that is the only time there is a competition. Once you win once, that’s it. Winners will also be considered for a record distribution deal with Sun and Sky Records and will be also considered for a possible Management deal. Our team will also send all winners information to select agents and Managers in the Entertainment business." Talent submits videos remotely; production dates vary depending on date of submission; currently accepting auditions for September and October. Production states: "No participation fees required. No compensation offered. The winner of each show will also receive an invitation to join us for our Los Angeles Celebration of Music Nationally Distributed Television Show." Seeking—Singers, Bands: 5-25. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://bit.ly/34WiAzz Select the city where you live as your performing city.

MUSICAL THEATRE COMPETITION TROUPE – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 30 - Lyceum Studio for the Performing Arts is seeking participants for a musical theatre competition troupe for performers in Grades 6-12 directed by Melanie Anderson. All participants will be cast in one 20-minute musical and one 20-minute play. Also, all troupe members have the opportunity to perform solo material (songs or monologues) for competition. The shows will be 20-minute cuts of Don Zolidis' "The Audition" and Disney's "High School Musical." Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Statement: Lyceum Hall Center for the Arts & Lyceum Studio are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion by embracing people of all colors, backgrounds and viewpoints. Lyceum Hall does not discriminate based on race, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability. We believe in racial and social justice in the arts and providing equal opportunities for all students, staff and patrons. Lyceum Hall is dedicated to inclusive casting and creating accessible programming for the students and families of Burlington, NJ and surrounding communities. Rehearses once a week from September-May on Wednesday evenings. There will be a parent meeting and meet-the-cast day on Sep. 9 from 6:30pm-8pm. The first rehearsal will be on or around Sep. 16. Due to Covid-19, we will provide specific policies and procedures designed to protect students and staff for on-site rehearsals. If we are unable to meet in person, virtual rehearsals will take place in the fall via Zoom. Shows have been carefully selected with virtual rehearsal process in mind. Competitions include: Buck County Playhouse Student Theatre Festival (2 20-minute shows); South Jersey Theatre Festival (2 20-minute shows); Burlington County Teen Arts (solos, duets, and small group performances); Access Broadway (solo/duets) *additional fees apply. Tuition payments are broken into Fall and Spring semester installments of $315 (annual tuition is $630 per student). Tuition includes competition fees (except Access Broadway). Seeking—Teen Performers: 13-18, Grades 6-12. Seeking talent from Burlington NJ. For consideration submit a self-tape audition. For your video audition, prepare a brief song (16-32 bars of a musical theatre selection using a backing track) and a one-minute monologue. When recording, be sure to provide your name and titles of the work you are performing. For more info, visit http://www.thelyceumhall.com/musical-theatre-competition-troupe.

OPERA/CHORUS/VOCAL GROUPS:

'CHINATOWN' – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 10 - VANCOUVER, BC - City Opera Vancouver is casting the opera, Chinatown. Project description: "The story of the history, people, and culture of one of our most important neighborhoods." Performances run September 2021, at Vancouver Playhouse, in Vancouver, BC. Some pay. Seeking—All Roles (Supporting): 18+; must be comfortable with material sung in English, and Hoisan/Toisan or Cantonese. Seeking talent from Vancouver, BC, Canada. To apply, submit resumé, headshot & audition video via backstage.com. Video submissions may be up to ten minutes in length, with minimal editing. We request two works of contrasting character. As part of the video portfolio material sung in English, and Hoisan/Toisan or Cantonese, is most welcome.

SHOWS/STAGE/VIRTUAL:

'#10GLOCHALLENGE' – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 4 - 10glo is seeking talent for a challenge with 10glo. Company states: "We are thrilled to announce the Empower/Power Ballad #10gloChallenge in partnership with Eisenberg/Beans Casting. 2020 sucks. But we don't want to let that pent-up energy go to waste. So here's this month's challenge: head over to 10glo.com and upload a video of you singing your "Empower/Power Ballad" - whatever that means to you. Eisenberg/Beans Casting will pick their favorite videos to highlight here on 10glo and Eisenberg/Beans Casting social channels and the 10glo homepage. 2020 sucks, but maybe this is your chance to get discovered?!" Talent works remotely. No pay. Seeking—Talent: All Genders & Ages. Seeking talent Nationwide. Upload a video of you singing your "Empower/Power Ballad" - whatever that means to you. Eisenberg/Beans Casting will pick their favorite videos to highlight here on 10glo and Eisenberg/Beans. https://10glo.com/ebcastingco/

'La NELA De SOCARTES' – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 7 - Rowan University/Nekrasovas and Cicio Arts is casting La Nela De Socartes, a new virtual musical with book, music, lyrics and orchestrations by Greggory Nekrasovas and Massimiliano Cicio. Synopsis: We are looking for driven and determined cast members who not only are excellent in their craft but can learn and work independently with their fellow cast members and creative team. The production is slated to open on Friday, November 20. Additional performances that weekend (1-2 more maximum) and their times are to be determined. Rehearsal dates and times are also to be determined. However, they will most likely be held once a week starting on September on weekends through Zoom or Cisco Webex. Thank you, and we are looking forward to seeing you audition (virtually) for La Nela De Socartes! -Greggory Nekrasovas and Massimiliano Cicio. Rehearsal dates and times are to be determined; rehearsals will be held virtually. No pay. Seeking—“Marienella” (Lead): Female, mezzo-soprano; character is 16 years old; “Pablo Penáguilas” (Lead): Male, tenor 1; character is 18 years old and has a visual impairment; cousin to Florentina Penáguilas; “Don Teodoro Golfin” (Lead): Male, baritone; character is in his mid-40s; brother to Don Carlos Golfín; “Florentina Penáguilas” (Lead): Female, soprano; character is 16-18 years old; Cousin to Pablo Penáguilas; “Celipíne Centeno” (Supporting): All Genders, Alto 1; Character is 12-15 years old; youngest son of the Centeno family; females that are able to perform the role are more than welcome to audition; “Don Carlos Golfin” (Supporting): Male, Tenor 2; character is in his mid-40s; brother of Don Teodoro Golfín; “Sofia” (Supporting): Female, Alto 2; character is in her late 30s-early 40s; wife to Don Carlos; Don Francisco Penáguilas” (Supporting): Male, bass; character is in his late 40s-to-early 50s; father to Pablo; “Don Manuel Penáguilas” (Supporting): Male, bass; Singing is optional (would only sing in ensemble-based songs); character is in his mid-to-late-40s; father to Florentina; “Seňor Centeno” (Supporting): Male, baritone; Singing is optional (only would sing in ensemble-based songs); character is in his late-40s; Husband to Señora Ana, father to Celipín and Foster Parent of Marianela; “Seňora Ana” (Supporting): Female, singing is optional (only would sing in ensemble-based songs); character is in her early-to-late-40s; wife to Señor Centeno, Mother to Celipín and Foster Parent of Marianela. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via backstage.com Prepare the following in a video or in separate recordings: 1. An introduction about yourself and why you are auditioning for La Nela De Socartes; 2. 16-32 bars of a contemporary musical theater song from the year 2000-present. Your performance may be a capella or with an instrumental/backing track; 3. A monologue from a contemporary theater piece (musical or play) from the year 2000-present; If you are not a video editor by trade, or do not have nor use video editing software (iMovie, Adobe, etc.), that is perfectly fine. We want to see you for who you are, and a great performance as well!

'IN BETWEEN 48th ST' – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 11 - IB 48th St is casting In Between 48th St., a musical set in the late 80's musical instrument scene on 48th St. Synopsis: The story of several characters as the industry struggles to survive and how they overcome their own challenges in life. Production states: "We are in the early early early stages of this idea. Working on rough demos. Works remotely. No pay. Seeking—“Maxie” (Lead): Male, 40+, an aging rock star that runs the family music store empire. Actors should have a decent ability to record quality vocals; “Susan” (Lead): Female, 38+, an outgoing salesperson; mom of a 20-year-old; a cougar. Actors should have a decent ability to record quality vocals; “Steve” (Lead): Male, 18-29, a young salesman; green, but full of ambition; wants to be rich. Actors should have a decent ability to record quality vocals; “Jane” (Lead): Female, 18-27, a smart pro audio salesperson; hates the job; wants to be a TV anchor and get our from under her mom; nerdy and confident. Actors should have a decent ability to record quality vocals; “Bryan:” Transgender, 18-41, a salesperson in a music store; struggling musician and with gender identity. Actors should have a decent ability to record quality vocals; “Teddy:” Male, 18-31, up and coming rock star guitarist; in the closet wanting to come out. Actors should have a decent ability to record quality vocals. Seeking talent Nationwide. Actors must be able to record their voice with decent quality to be used in merged recordings.

RAGTIME, The MUSICAL' – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 12 – SAN FRANCISCO AREA - Workshop 44 is casting Ragtime The Musical. Synopsis: Set in the early 20th century, Ragtime tells the story of three groups in the United States: African Americans, represented by Coalhouse Walker Jr., a Harlem musician; upper-class suburbanites, represented by Mother, the matriarch of a white upper-class family in New Rochelle, New York; and Eastern European immigrants, represented by Tateh, a Jewish immigrant from Latvia. The show also incorporates historical figures such as Harry Houdini, Evelyn Nesbit, Booker T. Washington, J. P. Morgan, Henry Ford, Stanford White, Harry Kendall Thaw, Admiral Peary, Matthew Henson, and Emma Goldman. The show is slated to open late January/early February 2021, but with COVID-19 uncertainties, we are making sure our production team knows that it may be a commitment as long as March 2021. Production states: "The show is being creatively crafted with a very new vision." Rehearsal will begin in August with once to twice a week virtual meetings and rehearsals. We plan on in-person rehearsals some weekends, starting in September. Tentatively opens January/early February 2021 in Los Banos, but with COVID-19 uncertainties, we are making sure our production team knows that it may be a commitment as long as March 2021. No pay. Seeking—Ensemble (Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders; 8+, every role in the show is casting; “Coalhouse Walker, Jr.” (Lead): Male, 18-41; “Sarah” (Supporting): Female, 18-26; Younger Brother (Supporting): Male, 18-25; “Booker T. Washington” (Supporting): Male, 36-59; Grandfather (Supporting): Male, 56+; Mother (Supporting): Female, 21-36. Seeking talent from Los Banos, Fresno, San Jose, Modesto, Hollister, Merced, San Francisco CA. For consideration, submit picture, resume, a video of a song of your choosing, and an explanation of what Ragtime means to you via backstage.com or visit http://www.workshop44.org. Video auditions can be submitted as a Google Drive attachment or sharable link. They can also be submitted as an unlisted YouTube link. Note: Workshop 44 is primarily a weekend-only commitment. We have artists from all over CA, and this allows for those who have full-time jobs during the weekdays to be able to participate. We are wanting to take our time to create the production we feel is the best product and educational experience that aligns with Workshop 44's values.

'The WHIP' MUSICAL MOVIE – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 14 - Producers are casting The Whip, a filmed theatrical musical performance. Don Lewis, prod.-writer-composer; Synopsis: Christ has fashioned a whip and driven the merchants from the temple, His Father's house. The action begins there. Where is that whip? Production states: "Previously we produced Newyorkinchains.com a musical about the Statue of Liberty." Initial phase will be work-from home self- recordings of the songs at a studio near talents location or using a green screen. If investors are secured some key scenes may be shot in London. Note: Production states: "Presently we have an investor interested so we're trying to put together a good sample of the talent and the key songs for him. We're at that stage now." No pay at this stage. Producer states: "When we get funding we will lock down our talent and give them agreed payment contracts." Seeking—Ruth and Annie (Lead): Female, 18-26, Ruth has inherited the whip Christ made two thousand years ago. She will be in danger as she seeks to stop a great conspiracy. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via backstage.com or contact the producers. For consideration, submit a video of yourself singing one of the songs attached. There are more for this role. Role sample song can be found here: https://youtu.be/ct--dPdD1xk

GOOD ENOUGH: The MUSICAL' – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 15 - Spoltz is casting Good Enough: The Musical. Production states: "Ego’s aside, are any of us good enough to fit into each other’s worlds? Or, are we even good enough to fit into our own? A modern love story of two young men unexpectedly falling into the traps of love. Both with a promising career but still battling stigmas and social norms to uphold love itself. Love wins, but what if love isn’t Good Enough? The music style for this musical is mostly soul, R&B, hip-hop with a sprinkle of classic theatre. We’re planning to open this musical Spring/Summer of 2021. We understand the current pandemic but wanted to get a head start on casting to see what talent Chicago has to offer." Works spring/summer 2021 near Wrigley Field in Chicago IL. Pay TBD. Seeking—“Trevor” (Lead): Male, 18-33, gay, live news reporter and college student with the look for TV. Very calculated but warms up and gets loose with those who are closer to him. Though intelligent, he's not well versed in other cultures and people. He falls in love unexpectedly, with love. Singing and dancing required; “Jamal” (Lead): Male, 18-30, down-low gay, soon to be pro, college basketball player. He's leveled headed and focused on the future but is haunted by a tragic past and absent father. His sexuality is a secret but not one to get in his way of success. He finally let's go and take a chance on love, which could cost him everything. Singing, rapping, and some movements required; “Nathan” (Lead): Male, 18-35, gay cameraman, who's the life of the party. He knows all the latest lingo and loves the hot boiled gossip. Though he's seen as full of life, there's another severe dimension to him where he battles his mental health. Nathan is a strong supporting character, with two solo songs. Singing and dancing required; “Darrell” (Supporting): Male, 18-35, college basketball player and Jamal's best friend. Jokester, lively, and loves finding a way to make things funny. He's a smooth slick talker, that knows how to flirt and give a sexy eye. Dancing required; “Deb” (Supporting): Female, 30-50, mom of Trevor and is her son's biggest fan. She tries to stay current with the latest trends and keep up with her son. All while doing so, she's struggling to keep her household in order. Singing and some movements; “Miss Woodard” (Supporting): Female, 30-50, mom of Jamal. Full of wisdom and heart. She's been through many challenges throughout her life and knows how to weather any storm. Though she's taken seriously, she's always open for a good laugh, fun, and "telling it like it is." Singing and some movement required. Seeking talent from Chicago IL. Apply via backstage.com Submit with the character's name you’d like to audition for in the subject. Include a resume and showreel link in the email. This is for non-equity performers.

'CHICS LIKE US' WEB SERIES – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 20 - Chics Like Us Web Series is seeking talent to perform in Chics Like Us, a musical theater portion of an upcoming web series. Production states: "We would love to have individuals with a varied background at the intermediate and advance level. This web series production is a variety show with many segments created to inspire our community and bring about thought-provoking discussions." Rehearses Oct. 24-28; works Nov. 14-16 (dates are subject to change based on production variables) in Orlando FL. Deferred payment for cast based on revenue acquired once project is released. Food and other accessorial will be provided during rehearsal and production dates. Seeking—Multi-Talented Skills (Supporting): All Genders, 18-50, individuals need to be able to do two out of the three at least): singers, dancers, actors. Production states: "We would love to have individuals with a varied background at the intermediate and advanced level. This web series production is a variety show with many segments created to inspire our community and bring about thought-provoking discussions." Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via backstage.com Submit headshot, resume, talent background details.

'The LIFE Of EXCELLENCE' – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 25 - TheLifeOfExcellence is casting The Life of Excellence, a two-act musical radio drama (book and music). All roles open and all ethnicities encouraged to audition. Must be able to convey dramatic intent through singing voice as well as spoken dialogue. Production states: "If cast, expect to be in a recording studio that allows and mandates social distancing, and when not performing, the wearing of masks. Pandemic permitting it is our hope to begin production in October or November." Talent works Oct. (tentative) and either remotely or record at a NYC studio. Pay TBD. Seeking—“Luke” (Lead): Male, 18+, sees himself as a failure, and unintentionally blames the source: past personal disappointments; “George” (Lead): Male, 18+, has secrets, is tired of being tired of explaining why he’s not angry enough to stop trying to be a peacemaker – a black man caught between very different worlds; “Sandy” (Lead): Female, 18+, she needs to be able to play young, teen, college, and adult. She’s precocious, eager, ambitious but haunted by a recurring nightmare, her therapist says must mean something; “Angel” (Lead): Female, 18+, knows how to maneuver each of the others, but does so patiently, lovingly for their own good, while almost always remaining impenetrable. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via backstage.com Submit online a Broadway ballad and up-tempo song. If called back, you will be sent a song and monologue/dialogue from the show to submit online. So be certain to include all necessary contact info.

SLEEPING BEAUTY' – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 30 - Chicagoland Theatre Fund is casting Sleeping Beauty. Seeking character actors that can sing. Sleeping Beauty meets SNL. Rehearsals mid-Nov 2021 (two wks); runs TBD dates through Dec. 19, 2020 (four weekends) in the Chicago IL area. Stipend: $300-$400/week, Per rehearsal and per performance fee. Seeking—Princess (Lead): Female, 18-40, madly in love. Less than intelligent; Prince (Lead): Male, 18-40, total chicken. Dorky, sincere, and naive. Madly in love; Beast (Supporting): 18-40, once a party animal. Now just an animal. Juvenile; “Snow White” (Supporting): Female, 18-40, waiting for prince to rescue her from chore-filled dwarf-infested household; “Puss N Boots” (Supporting): Male, 18-40, furry, feline hero. Theatrical; Headless Horseman: 18-40, headless but happy to help; Wicked Fairy (Supporting): Female, 18-40, bitter and dramatic. Upset for not being invited to Rose's party; “Igor” (Supporting): 18-40, slightly hunched and dim-witted henchman; Good Fairy (Supporting): 18-40, western-styled, gospel-preaching witch; Fairy Godfather (Supporting): Male, 18-40, Marlon Brando being your fairy godmother; King (Supporting): Male, 18+, overprotective of his daughter. Condescending to his wife. Bumbling; Queen (Supporting): Female, 18-40, kind-hearted but ditsy, but also has rage issues. Seeking talent from Chicago IL. Apply via backstage.com Submit one min comedic monologue and 16 bar comedic song video submissions accepted through end of August. Subject line to read: Sleeping Beauty Audition.

'ROCKY HORROR ONLINE CABARET' – NOTICE EXPIRES OCT. 1 - Leonard W. Rose is casting an online/remote production of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Records completely remotely from home. Direction will be given via Zoom calls and email files. No pay. Must provide own costumes (approved by the director). Seeking—“Dr. Frank-N-Furter” (Lead): Male, 18+, a “sweet transvestite” scientist from the planet of Transsexual, located in the galaxy of Transylvania; master of a castle that serves as his laboratory; renowned for his decadence and self-indulgence, which in turn leads to his ultimate downfall. Baritone. Role is open to transgender submissions; “Brad Majors” (Lead): Male, 18+, a straight-laced man from Denton, Brad Majors is attempting to visit his old mentor, Dr. Everett V. Scott, with his new fiancée, Janet Weiss, when he stumbles upon Frank-N-Furter’s castle. Bari-Tenor; “Janet Weiss” (Lead): Female, 18+, a simple-minded, naive, and innocent girl at the onset of the film, Janet Weiss “gives herself over to absolute pleasure” at the castle, despite her recent engagement to Brad Majors. Soprano; “Riff Raff” (Lead): Transgender Male, 18+, brother/lover of Magenta and a disgruntled, Transylvanian underling of Dr. Frank-N-Furter, Riff-Raff eventually overthrows his master in order to return to his home planet. Tenor/Counter-Tenor; “Magenta” (Lead): Transgender Female, 18+, sister and lover of Riff-Raff, Magenta serves as a maid under Frank-N-Furter and returns at the conclusion of the show to Transylvania. Alto/soprano; “Columbia” (Lead): Transgender Female, 18+, an especially lusty Transylvanian, Columbia first falls in love with Frank-N-Furter, then ex-delivery boy, Eddie. She is systematically rejected by Dr. Frank-n-Furter, to her utter frustration. Soprano; “Rocky Horror” (Lead): Male, 18+, created from scratch in the strange laboratory of Dr. Frank-N-Furter, Rocky Horror came into the world simply to serve as a plaything for his creator; designed to be blonde, dreamy, and statuesque, Rocky’s knowledge of the world is limited to the purely lustful and sexual; must be comfortable shirtless and in a golden speedo. Bari-Tenor; “Dr. Scott” (Lead): Male, 18+, Dr. Everett Scott, mentor of Brad and Janet and uncle of Eddie, wanders into the castle in search of his nephew and serves as the scientific voice of reason. Baritone; “Eddie” (Supporting): Male, 18+, Eddie from birth is a rotten egg, perpetually finding trouble; he is implied to have had sexual relations with both Dr. Frank-N-Furter and Columbia and seems to have no sense of control or sanity; Narrator (Lead): All Genders: 18+, serving as something of a narrator to the story, the criminologist is omniscient and perhaps omnipresent, often appearing between scenes in the comfort of his study to provide explanations or commentary on that fateful night. This role will be played by multiple players. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via backstage.com Submit a headshot (no character shots) and a singing video showing your range. You may submit a song from the show for the character for which you are auditioning. Music tracks will be sent to performers, who will record their voices and then a video of themselves to be edited into a cabaret-style movie. This movie will be streamed live during Halloween week.

'The BOY FROM TROY' – NOTICE EXPIRES OCT. 3 - The Creative Co-Lab is seeking male and female musical theatre performers for the workshop reading of The Boy From Troy, an American musical. Libretto by Bryan-Keyth Wilson with music and lyrics by Constance T. Washington and Bryan-Keyth Wilson. Production states: "Known as the conscience of Congress, John Robert Lewis was a true statesman with an early plight for equality and justice for all. From humble beginnings on a farm outside of Troy, Alabama a young John Lewis finds solace preaching to the chickens and listening to the radio. Growing up in the segregated south Eddie and Willie Mae had no idea they were raising a member of the Big Six and one of the instrumental figures in the Civil Rights Movement and a forefather of American History. The Boy From Troy follows the life and legacy of Congressman Lewis from the age of nine years old to his final visit to Black Lives Matter Plaza. This musical features an original book by Bryan-Keyth Wilson with original music and lyrics by Constance T. Washington and Wilson. This story is set to music that would be considered the pulse and heartbeat of America; infused with classical musical theatre, gospel, 'real' R&B, hip-hop and more." Talent works remotely Oct. 3-Dec. 5. Due to COVID -19 The Creative Co-Lab strongly encourages social distancing and this reading will be virtual. No pay. Seeking—All Roles: All Genders, 9+. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://www.boyfromtroymusical.com Sent headshots and resume. Attach a link to any performances you have on youtube etc. Seeking a multiracial cast ranging from the ages nine and up. Once resume and headshot is received, sides from the script and a song will be sent.

VARIETY BAND FRONTMAN – NOTICE EXPIRES OCT. 26 - Greg Williams Entertainment is seeking a front man to sing full-time for an Austin-based band. Coordinator states: "Our Austin TX professional variety band is conducting a national talent search to help find our new male singer. We are offering a signing bonus and steady/competitive pay to our new dynamic front man. This band specializes in weddings and corporate events (mostly in Texas) and have been established for over six years. We are looking for someone who is comfortable performing with choreography, has a great vocal range and stage presence. Our song catalog is very diverse, and you'd be responsible for the material from Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder and Bruno Mars among many others. Versatility, experience and a positive attitude are required. Happy to share more information about our band, money and performance dates given to qualified applicants before the in-person audition. Yes, we would take care of your flight and expenses for the audition if outside of Texas. If interested, send a video link of you performing along with a short description of your experience in the entertainment industry. We look forward to meeting you!" Works in Austin TX. Pay TBD. Seeking—Male Lead Singer: 18+. Seeking talent from Austin TX. Apply via backstage.com

CABARET The MUSICAL' – NOTICE EXPIRES OCT. 31 - Annapolis Shakespeare Company is seeking union and nonunion talent for an Annapolis Shakespeare Company production of Cabaret the Musical. Specifically seeking trained musical theater dancers and singer-dancers. Rehearsals begin Jan. 5, 2021; runs Feb. 5-28 in Annapolis MD. Pay for union actors is $262/wk. under the Equity Special Appearance Contract. Nonunion professional contracts range from $100-$262/wk., depending on experience/role. A few internships/understudy spots available for early career professionals with starting stipend of $75-$100/wk. Seeking—Emcee (Lead): 20-25, vocal range: middle C to high C-sharp, tenor; the host/master of ceremonies at the Kit Kat Klub; presented as a gender-questionable character comfortable with being close to both men and women; comedic and lovable; requires agile stage movement and dance; speaks with a German accent; “Sally Bowles” (Lead): Female, 18-35, vocal range: low A to high C, soprano, strong belt; a British cabaret singer at the Kit Kat Klub; a quirky character who comes across as flighty, yet at times struggles with knowing the darkness of the reality of her life as a cabaret performer; comfortable with stage movement and light dance; speaks with a British accent; “Cliff Bradshaw” (Lead): Male, 20-40, vocal range: low A to high E, tenor; an American novelist and English teacher traveling to Berlin; presented as a closeted gay man exploring his sexuality; comfortable with stage movement and light dance; speaks with an American accent. Seeking talent from Annapolis MD; Washington DC; Arlington VA; Baltimore MD; New York City NY. Submissions should include headshot, resume, and availability for production. Must be available for all of tech and performances. Singers should prepare two pieces showing range, at least one of which should be from a Golden Age musical (pre-1960s) and dancers should prepare a video sample of their work. Actors of all ethnicities are encouraged to submit. All roles are paid. Applicants should send their submissions to asc_casting@annapolisshakespeare.org and include their availability and phone number. Only limited housing is available for next season; all applicants must indicate whether they are in the DMV area or if they will require housing. All callbacks will be held in Annapolis MD and are by appointment/invite only.

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TALENT MANAGEMENT COMPANY – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 30 - 5J Management is seeking talent to join 5J Management, an LA based talent management company currently opening up an office in New York City. The company will be adding new clients to their roster. No pay. Seeking—Performer (Lead): All Genders: 18+. Seeking talent from New York City NY. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://www.5Jmanagement.com Send your headshot, resume, and any reels or performance footage you may have.

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MUSIC PRODUCTION, NEW SINGING TALENT – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 2 - Corey Kline, music prod. Is seeking singers in the New York area to work with a team of New York-based music producers with 25 years of experience. Note: Because of Covid-19, we have moved to a remote set up and are no longer meeting new clients in person. Our New York production staff is working remotely. All meetings will be held over email or video calls. Producer states: "Primarily we are looking for talented singers with vision, who know what they want to create, and haven't had the connections or resources to up until now to make their music. In that case there would be no fee. We would be working together to create music we believe in and then splitting ownership of the records we produce. Singers who want to work with us but who need more help with the creative aspects of music production can also hire us to perform those services for them. In that case, the fee would cover consultation, hiring musicians (depending on the project) recording, mixing, mastering, and eventually distribution of the records we create. There are no upfront fees. After meeting with the client to discuss their needs, we will draw up a contract where we would outline the services we are prepared to offer in exchange for a fee; should the artist ask for those services." Fees for the paid service vary depending on what service the artist needs (hiring a musician up to fully producing multiple songs) and can range between $50-$5000. Seeking—Singer: 18+. Seeking talent from New York NY. Auditions will be online. For consideration, submit online via backstage.com

'CHRISTMAS In NYC With A TWIST' – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 4 - Metamorphosis Danz Company and Theatre is casting a holiday video to be shown during the Christmas holidays via social media. Rehearses via Zoom and in-person in NYC (dates, times, and location TBD); in-person video shoot in late Oct.-early Nov. No pay. Seeking—Singer (Chorus/Ensemble): 18-55, must be able to sing a cappella and with background music. Seeking strong singers. Showmanship a must. Seeking talent from Mount Vernon, New York, Westchester County NY. Apply via backstage.com or contact the theater. When sending your videos, include your availability. Indicate if you are comfortable meeting in-person for a few rehearsals or if you would prefer all virtual learning. Must be comfortable shooting final video in-person.

'HUNT A KILLER,' POP CULTURE PODCAST – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 8 - Hunt a Killer is casting voice actor for Hunt A Killer, to play a lead in a podcast that serves as a companion piece to one of our exciting subscription box games. The podcast focuses on pop culture stories and scandals from old Broadway. This is a paid, no-contact job. Production states: "We are looking for performers with a background in podcasting or are otherwise comfortable shifting between scripted lines and bullet points of information from which to improvise a conversation with a fellow performer. We will also wish to consider these actors for roles in a second season of episodes focused on boy band scandals. Further details on the second season will be available as it proceeds through development. The pay for each role is $400 for six podcast episodes (approximately 30 minutes each)." Will rehearse remotely ahead of recording; the goal is to record in mid-August. Pay is $400 for six podcast episodes (approx. 30 min each). Production will also wish to consider these actors for the lead roles in Season 2 of the series for additional pay as a separate project. Seeking—“Alice Young” (Voiceover/Lead): Female, mid-20's to mid-30's; the oldest child in a stern household, Alice didn’t begin exploring the world of comedy and performance until she met Zoey in college; almost instantly hitting it off, Alice and Zoey have been performing together for nearly a year; Alice’s nearly puritanical background is a common topic of discussion, as it contrasts Zoey’s experiences so extremely; Alice grew up idolizing the entertainment industry, only learning about the darker side of the arts world when she met Zoey; she still believes in the institutions of the theater scene, and professes its greatness at every turn; “Zoey Baker” (Voiceover/Lead): Female, mid-20's to mid-30's; with a painter for a mother, and a father who “raised birds,” Zoey’s childhood was unusual; the latest in a long line of artists, Zoey has been performing since she was two, and has been on stage all her life; what she lacked was work-ethic, a trait she finally began to learn through her friendship with Alice; Zoey has no reverence for the old glitz of Hollywood and Broadway, and delights in tearing down mis-remembered stories of its greatness; despite the cynicism, though, Zoey undeniably loves that world. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). To audition, submit a headshot, resume, current candid photo, and your read for your selected character using the script on backstage.com. Be prepared to read directly from the script and pivot to improvising a show introduction using the supplied bullet points of information to tell a story and present it as a conversational podcast in the vein of My Favorite Murder.

SCRIPT READERS CASTING CALL – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 9 - Brilliant Twin Studios is seeking voice actors to read screenplays for spotlight segments during the Screenwriter's Cafe' podcast. Producer states: "We have created a screenplay podcast where new, undiscovered writers with unproduced scripts get read to be showcased during each episode. Our mission is to develop writers and to spotlight scripts that catapult careers into superstardom. We want to help writers get exposure for their script and help move it from script to the movie screen." Rehearses Oct. 7-9 (at talent's leisure); records Oct. 13 (by 3pm; submitted through WhatsApp) remotely. Unpaid for pilot episode; future reading gig opportunities with pay TBD. Seeking: Males & Females, All ethnicities; 18+. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via backstage.com or visit https://screenwriters-cafe.blogspot.com/. Include a bio about yourself and your career achievements for inclusion in the podcast.

MUSIC PRODUCER/LABEL DEVELOPING NEW FEMALE ARTIST – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 12 - Harness Music is seeking female singer or singer-songwriter to record, produce, and develop original songs with for national release on new independent record label or with partner labels. Songwriting collaboration or songs provided for you. Recording in NYC, LA, or remote recording available with assistance due to COVID-19. No upfront fees. If remote recording if preferred or decided, then production will purchase proper equipment and advise setup through video conference recording sessions. Video conference calls, emails, remote recording sessions, or studio recording in NYC and LA. Production states: "Compensation through songwriting royalties. Looking to create a long-term artist collaboration relationship where we split the royalties for the music we create together. Any future necessary contracts related to the music will be drafted and created as a team for opportunities." Seeking—Vocalists: 18-30. Seeking talent from Bridgewater NJ; Los Angeles CA. Apply via backstage.com Have one or more cover songs in audio or video form with your application and any relevant social media.

STUDIO CENTER – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 21 - Studio Center is seeking voiceover talent to join the roster of Studio Center. Company states: "We are one of the country's largest producers of audio and we are seeking fresh voiceover talent to add to our roster." Must be either located in Virginia Beach, VA or have a home studio with ISDN or Source Connect. Pay varies based on job. Nonunion talent only. Studio Center pays talent directly for all jobs booked. Seeking—Female Spanish Voiceover Artist (Supporting): 18+; Male African American Voiceover Artist (Supporting): 18+; Male Spanish Voiceover Artist (Supporting): 18+; Teen Voiceover Artist (Supporting): 12-18. Seeking talent Nationwide. To be considered, must be either located in Virginia Beach VA or have a home studio with ISDN or Source Connect. Must submit commercial voiceover demo either on Backstage or email it to hayley@studiocenter.com.

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VIRTUAL DRAMA CLASSES, AGES 6-18 – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 4 - The Flower Kids Foundation LLC is seeking participants for Curtain Call, a fun and engaging online drama class. Company states: "This class is appropriate for kids who are beginning to take an interest in acting and for those who are experienced and looking to improve skills. Gain confidence, communication skills, creativity, and self-expression. See below for age groups and class dates/times. Limited space available." Class is held online. Cost is $160 for eight-week class. Seeking—Student: All Genders, 6-18. Seeking talent Nationwide. For class details, dates, times, and age groups, visit flowerkidsempower.com. To register, visit flowerkidsempower.com/drama-classes. 

'NEWSIES' – SEP. 5 & 6 - Actors Technique NY in association with G-PASS Productions (Broadway) is seeking young performer participants for ATNY's online version of Disney's Newsies. Company states: "Using brand new technologies, for which we have a patent pending, we are able to do a 100% live, full-length show, complete with costumes, settings, scenes, songs, and even choreography. No one else is able to do this comprehensively, so it is therefore highly anticipated and will be viewed by industry coast to coast. Best of all, we’ve got an amazing director! Introducing Carl Anthony Tramon, veteran actor and producer of some of the biggest hits on Broadway. Carl produced Broadway’s original 'Matilda,' 'Be More Chill,' (B'way and London), and a host of other memorable and upcoming hits. This past Fall his talents extended to our premiere post-Broadway run of 'Matilda' at ART NY, produced by ATNY. Newsies is an 11-week full musical and an amazingly professional experience for your child. If cast and accepted, you will be held to a high standard and have a fully professional experience. We ask you match this with your commitment. Final cast will be determined by our director in coordination with the team. Note: This production will feature NewsGIRLS as well as Newsboys, as is historically accurate. Rehearsal process will include visits from original Newsies cast members. Final Performance will include Industry from both Coasts (Los Angeles & New York). Rehearsals begin Sep. 26/27, 3pm-6:30pm EST, to accommodate performers coast to coast. You will only need to be at rehearsal when scheduled, and according to your pre-stated conflicts. Breaks given as needed. If you are registering for other ATNY TV/Film Classes or Sketch Comedy, we’ll ask you to let us know each week there will be a conflict. We’ll work around it. A minimum of two performances will be held Dec. 12 and 13 online. There is a participation fee. Should you be cast, the participation fee will be $945 for all, in full or friendly installments. "We kindly ask that you audition only if you intend to participate. (Become an ATNY Youth Member, participation fee $850)." Seeking—All Roles Available (Lead): 8+, in this production the Newsies characters will be played by young boys and young girls, as is historically accurate. Seeking talent Nationwide. Auditions (as well as rehearsals and performances) will take place entirely online SEP. 5 & 6, 12noon-4pm (anytime in window). For consideration, submit headshot & resume, and specify Saturday or Sunday Audition Day. Once you receive our reply with the Zoom link, you may check in anytime within the time window. You will be let into the waiting area, where you will be assigned a number (which we will put in your screen name). You’ll then be called in to audition in a private “breakout room” to meet and sing for us. (If you find you’re in the waiting room longer than you’d like to be, kindly come back at a different point, as we’d love to see you.) Prepare 16–32 bars of a Broadway or Disney song, sung with track or acapella. You may also be asked to stay and learn a basic dance combo, if applicable. Have your headshot/resume ready to file share in the chat, in case we need it. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://www.ActorsTechniqueNY.com

VIRTUAL COLLEGE UNIFIED AUDITIONS With CARNEGIE MELLON, BW, MARYMOUNT, & MORE – SEP. 6 DEADLINE - Cleveland Musical Theatre is seeking participants for Cleveland Musical Theatre's Virtual College Unified Auditions. Company states: "High school seniors: This is your one-stop-shop, three-in-one event for virtual college auditions, school panels, and masterclass workshops. At our college unified audition weekend, you'll have the opportunity to individually audition for the most prestigious college musical theatre programs in the country--not a consortium. Learn about schools in engaging Q&As with the heads of programs and work one-on-one in college prep workshops with the chairs of two top musical theatre programs, all without leaving the safety and comfort of your own home. Join us for the earliest college auditions available in the country and make this year of virtual auditions the easiest process possible. In attendance will be college audition coach expert Mary Anna Dennard (college audition coach and author of 'I Got In!') with workshop/masterclass guest artists to be announced soon." Event runs Oct. 9 (6pm-10pm), Oct. 10 (9am-9pm), and Oct. 11 (9am-9pm) online via Zoom. $450 tuition fee required with upgrade options for private coaching. Seeking—High School Seniors: 17-18, students in their senior year auditioning for college musical theater programs or high school grads looking to re-audition for college musical theater programs. Seeking talent Nationwide. To audition/apply, fill out the free application at https://bit.ly/2VIMnJ5. This event is vetted and by audition only. Admission is rolling and space is limited. Be sure to upload your headshot, resume, and include a YouTube or Vimeo video link of a singing audition at least one-minute in length. The application deadline is Sep. 6. Not guaranteed that applications submitted after this deadline will be considered. For questions, email Miles at msternfeld@clevelandmusicaltheatre.org.

ZOOM To COLLEGE, The BROADWAY SINGS YOUNG ARTIST PROGRAM 2020 – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 6 - Broadway Sings Young Artists is seeking participants for The Broadway Sings Young Artist Program's 2020 15-week Zoom to College intensive training program. Company asks: "Dreaming of a successful career in Musical Theatre? Hoping to get into one of the top MT college programs...so you can get to Broadway? Well, have we got the program for you!!! Workshops and mock auditions with the faculty of the top MT theatre programs. Get the inside track from the people who can help you most: Learn the do's and don'ts from many of the very people who will be evaluating your auditions! Private voice, acting, and dance coaching with top Broadway professionals! Expert consulting and guidance on headshots, resumes and your college pre-screen audition reels! Q&As for parents with alumni, faculty and leading industry professionals!" Program runs SEP. 6-DEC. 16 (Sundays and Wednesdays, 6pm-8pm) via Zoom. $1595 tuition fee for the 15-week program is required. Seeking—Musical Theater Students: 16-22. Seeking talent Worldwide. For consideration submit headshot and resume and register at https://app.acuityscheduling.com/catalog.php?owner=12445162&action=addCart&clear=1&id=871996.

SCRIPT READERS CASTING CALL – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 9 - Brilliant Twin Studios is seeking voice actors to read screenplays for spotlight segments during the Screenwriter's Cafe' podcast. Producer states: "We have created a screenplay podcast where new, undiscovered writers with unproduced scripts get read to be showcased during each episode. Our mission is to develop writers and to spotlight scripts that catapult careers into superstardom. We want to help writers get exposure for their script and help move it from script to the movie screen." Rehearses Oct. 7-9 (at talent's leisure); records Oct. 13 (by 3pm; submitted through WhatsApp) remotely. Unpaid for pilot episode; future reading gig opportunities with pay TBD. Seeking: Males & Females, All ethnicities; 18+. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via backstage.com or visit https://screenwriters-cafe.blogspot.com/. Include a bio about yourself and your career achievements for inclusion in the podcast.

ACTORS PRO EXPO VIRTUAL EVENT – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 12 - Actors Pro Expo is seeking participants for Actors Pro Expo's first ever virtual event. Production states: "This event will provide a platform in-line with all other events hosted in the past to support actors. Giving attendees the chance to network with each other and connect with service providers that can provide services and resources to develop a career in the arts and yes, this can all be done virtually. Via one simple platform called Whova, we’ll be able to capture the excitement and energy of walking into an event filled with learning and networking opportunities. This will be an engagement-driven experience. An impactful event that extends well-beyond the computer screen." The event will include seminars, live Q&A, opportunity to be seen by casting directors, live chat with other attendees, meet with exhibitors, and competitions/gamification. Runs SEP. 12-14 remotely. No pay. General event registration is free; participation in the Meals 4 Monologues portion of the event and some other aspects of the event are also free; optional seminars cost $5 each. Seeking—Actors: 16+. Seeking talent Worldwide. For more info and to register, visit www.actorsproexpo.com/virtual.

VIRTUAL 'HADESTOWN' INTENSIVE w/EVA NOBLEZADA, REEVE CARNEY & PATRICK PAGE – DEADLINE SEP. 12/NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 26 - Werk With Bway is seeking participants for a virtual Hadestown workshop intensive. Founder states: "Head way down underground this spring with Broadway's Tony-winning smash musical, Hadestown! Company states: "Work one-on-one in masterclasses with featured stars from Broadway's Hadestownlearn healthy pop styling in Vocal Technique, receive three new auditions songs specifically chosen for you in Build Your Rep, learn music and choreography from members of Hadestown production team, improve your audition skillset with a Broadway casting director, and audition for a member of the Hadestown creative team and receive personalized feedback. Don't "wait for it" - sign-up for this 3-day intensive today and get the best training NYC has to offer without the leaving the comfort and safety of your house! Our curriculum allows you to work in small groups of 10-12 to ensure you receive ample one-on-one time with the faculty. We also guarantee you will be coached in a masterclass with a featured Broadway guest artist! Our students have gone on to book Broadway shows, work regionally and attend the top musical theatre programs in the country. Werk! Runs OCT. 10-12 (10am-6pm) online via Zoom. $525 tuition fee required. Seeking—Musical Theater Performers: All Genders: 13+. Seeking talent Nationwide.  Apply via backstage.com or APPLY HERE: https://bit.ly/2Q0TVE3 Admission is rolling, and space is limited. Be sure to upload your headshot, resume, and include a video link of a singing audition or live performance clip. Werk With B'way is a by-application and by-audition only program. For full consideration, submit by Sep. 12. Latecomers can submit until Sep. 26, however, it cannot be guaranteed that your application will be considered.

ONLINE WORKSHOP With ADRIENNE STERN & ANTHONY AIBEL – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 15 - Acting Master Classes, NYC (AMCNYC) is seeking actors of all ages for a series of online master classes. Administrators state: "Slots still open for upcoming discounted, popular workshops with top Industry Professionals! You can check out our website for amazing reviews and from actors like yourself and see their success stories. Our Agent guests have met with or signed over 20 actors in the last three months! Popular Indie-Film Casting Director Adrienne Stern has given master classes and has cast hundreds of films (see her page on IMDB)—many of them shown at major festivals and have won top awards. Meeting and working with her is a great way to break into the industry—particularly during this time. Actor-Director Anthony Aibel stars in a new series that includes Emmy/Tony-winner Judd Hirsch as a guest-star; his master classes with actors have been extremely popular. Many actors he has worked with are now represented or have gotten roles on major TV networks and in films. (SAG disclaimer: No actor is guaranteed representation or employment. The optional free consultation will be held via Zoom and will give you the opportunity to show some material, as well as learn more about these popular online master classes." Next Master Class SEP. 15 (Adrienne Stern; casting dir.; 6pm EST) via Zoom. Note: Free consultations with us are flexible/can work around your schedule to solidify 15 min. time slot. Studio states: "Save $40 to learn and be seen from these wonderful guests! Fee was originally $99 per class and is currently $60 per class! We have a few spots remaining. Plus, we are offering a one-time only free consultation!” Seeking—Adults: All Genders: 18-75; Teens: 13-17; Kids: 6-12. Seeking talent Worldwide. To be considered for all master classes and individual coaching, submit: short cover note specifying which classes you're interested in, or "all” if interested in all upcoming classes; and best contact info plus headshot, resume, reels/video clips of previous work if you have them. More details in terms of discounted payment, scheduling, and what to prepare will be discussed. Register via backstage or visit www.actingmasterclassesnyc.com

PINK HIGHWAY, PRIVATE ACTING & VOICE COACHING – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 15 - Pink Highway is seeking actors for who are looking for private coaching from Broadway and film professionals. Company states: "Private Acting Coaching: Our coaching sessions with Dinanda Klaassen are all about having fun and making acting easy. We will use different tools to get the focus off yourself. Together we will pick material for you that fits you. In order to be spontaneous and free, we will make sure you have fun in acting. We will talk about scene analysis and story structure. All of this so that you can be the best actor you can be and lift up your storytelling. "Private Voice Coaching: Study voice with Cooper Grodin, a pro who has performed with the New York Philharmonic, played the title role in 'The Phantom of the Opera,' and created roles in 'Les Miserables.' All levels and all styles welcome. We will work on technique, ear training, repertoire, and career training. I play piano and can accompany your work." Classes are scheduled online. No pay. Seeking—Student: 18+. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://www.pinkhighwayllc.com

'CRUISING THROUGH LIFE' – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 18 - LiDiNa Production is casting leads and supporting roles in Cruising Through Life. Synopsis: A student at an unknown college is a bit lost in life (facing a life-changing decision) and asks a life coach to help them out. Together they will go on a journey in their imagination to see a few possible outcomes of the future. Which outcome will come true? Records remotely. Dates TBD. No pay. IMDb credit for actors with lines. Seeking—Life Coach” (Voiceover/Lead): All Genders, 18+, a very confident but at the same time relaxed voice. All accents are welcome. Seeking talent Nationwide. For more info, visit: www.instagram.com/lidinaproduction/

KIDS, STELLA ADLER STUDIO ONLINE ACTING CLASSES – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 22 - Stella Adler Studio of Acting is seeking kids ages 8-10 & 11-13 for online acting classes with Stella Adler Studio. Company states: "The greatest way to unlock and activate the wisdom of childhood is through play. And play most naturally and organically builds the muscles best suited for spiritual health and mature interactivity and engagement with the world. Theater at its core has been described as organized play, utilizing at one and the same time form and freedom, discipline and improvisation. With this in mind and heart, the Stella Adler Studio of Acting is excited to open its doors to young people, ages 8-10 and 11-13, for the very first time. "These courses are only eligible for students ages 8-10 and 11-13 by the start of the first class. Any student under the age of 8 will not be admitted into the class. Classes will be held online via live instruction through Zoom. New applicants should first submit an online application here. Once we receive your application, we will contact you to schedule entrance interview appointment with the parent/guardian and student." Classes begin SEP. 19 via Zoom. Tuition per class is $150. Classes Available for Ages 8-10: Fundamentals of the Stage, 4 weeks, Saturdays from 12:30pm-2pm EDT Dates: SEP. 26-Oct. 17; Adventure Theater, 4 weeks, Saturdays from 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. EDT Dates: SEP. 26-Oct. 17; Classes Available for Ages 11-13: Acting Technique, 4 weeks, Saturdays from 2pm-3:30pm EDT Dates: SEP. 19-Oct. 10Improvisation, 4 weeks, Saturdays from 12noon-1:30pm EDT Dates: SEP. 19-Oct. 10. Seeking—Young Actors: 8-13. Seeking talent Nationwide. Submit your profile on Backstage or apply online at: https://stellaadler.com/online-classes/young-artists/?utm_source=backstage&utm_medium=listing&utm_campaign=kidsfall2020.

IRTUAL 'HADESTOWN' INTENSIVE With B'WAY's REEVE CARNEY, PATRICK PAGE, & MORE – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 26 - Werk With Bway is seeking participants for a virtual Hadestown workshop intensive. Founder states: "Head way down underground this spring with Broadway's Tony-winning smash musical, Hadestown!' Company states: "Work one-on-one in masterclasses with featured stars from Broadway's 'Hadestown,' learn healthy pop styling in Vocal Technique, receive three new auditions songs specifically chosen for you in Build Your Rep, learn music and choreography from members of 'Hadestown' production team, improve your audition skillset with a Broadway casting director, and audition for a member of the 'Hadestown' creative team and receive personalized feedback. Don't "wait for it" - sign-up for this 3-day intensive today and get the best training NYC has to offer without the leaving the comfort and safety of your house! Our curriculum allows you to work in small groups of 10-12 to ensure you receive ample one-on-one time with the faculty. We also guarantee you will be coached in a masterclass with a featured Broadway guest artist! Our students have gone on to book Broadway shows, work regionally and attend the top musical theatre programs in the country. Werk! 2020 'Hadestown' guest artists includes: Reeve Carney (Orpheus in Broadway's 'Hadestown,' Spider-Man in Broadway's 'Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark'), Patrick Page (Hades in Broadway's Hadestown, Spider-man, The Lion King), Kimberly Marable (Persephone U/S in Broadway's Hadestown, The Lion King), Morgan James (Broadway's 'The Addams Family,' 'Motown,' 'Wonderland' and 'Godspell'), Jamibeth Margolis (Broadway Casting Director for the original 'Cats,' 'Phantom,' 'Les Miz') and more. Full faculty available at www.werkwithbway.com. Runs Oct. 10-12 (10am-6pm) online via Zoom. $525 tuition fee required. Seeking—Musical Theater Performers: All Genders, 13+. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via backstage.com or visit https://bit.ly/2Q0TVE3. Admission is rolling and space is limited. Be sure to upload your headshot, resume, and include a video link of a singing audition or live performance clip. Werk With B'way is a by-application and by-audition only program. For full consideration, submit by Sep. 12. Latecomers can submit until Sep. 26, however, it cannot be guaranteed that your application will be considered.

SUMMER LAB with INDUSTRY GUESTS – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 30 - The Actors Ensemble is seeking actors for our six-week online-on-camera course, SUMMER LAB! Artistic Director states: The Actors Ensemble offers a series of classes (for actors of all levels of ability) to help you become more confident, courageous, and collaborative during these extraordinary times. We cover auditioning, self-taping, monologues, scene work, warm-ups, and the technical demands of camera performance and how they apply to you! With 60 hours of instruction and limited class sizes for individual attention, each session saves time for career/business Q&A. Guest industry leaders, such as Naomi Kolstein (Bohemia Talent Group) will lend their perspective and expertise. SUMMER LAB https://www.theactorsensemble.com/summer-lab Sessions are on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10AM-3PM. Remote learning is not going to disappear anytime soon. Allow us to assist you on your journey. Tuition $275. Seeking—Actor: 18+. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://www.theactorsensemble.com When registering, please send a head shot, resume and a brief description about yourself to theactorsensemble@gmail.com

ONLINE BI-COASTAL SIX-AGENT/MANAGER SHOWCASE – NOTICE EXPIRES OCT. 1 - Acting And Voice Studios is seeking participants for an agent/manager showcase. Synopsis: Join us for our online Bi-Coastal six top Agent/Manager Showcase with TV and Film Talent Agents and Managers from Gersh, KMR, Stewart Talent, Avalon Artists Group, Pantera/Murphy Agency & CGEM Management. This is a great opportunity to meet all SIX top industry professionals and showcase your acting skills. Every actor will get direct feedback from the panel. This class will be held online via Zoom. This will be a live, interactive showcase with a Q&A and the opportunity to perform for and get feedback from all 6 industry pros. You will be able to download the recordings of your performances for educational purposes only. You will also be able to send us your headshot, resume, acting reel and anything else you would want for the panel to see. Find the names of the agents that will be attending below: Gabrielle Kachman, Gersh Agency; Jabari Barrett, KMR Talent; Nicole Wichinsky, Stewart Talent; Craig Holzberg, Avalon Artists Group; Katie Murphy - Pantera/Murphy Agency; Jordan Farrell, CGEM Management. Actors all around the world are welcome! Showcase will be held via Zoom on Monday, Aug. 31 at 6pm EST/3pm PST. No pay. The cost to participate in this showcase is $189. Seeking—Actors: 16+. Seeking talent Worldwide. To register, visit our website: https://www.actingandvoicestudios.com/product-page/online-bi-coastal-6-agent-manager-showcase.

TED KOCIOLEK's MUSICAL THEATER AUDITION/PERFORMANCE TECHNIQUE WORKSHOP – NOTICE EXPIRES OCT. 26 - A Safe Place To Be "Unsafe" is seeking participants for the Fall 2020 session of Ted Kociolek's Musical Theater Audition/Performance Technique Workshop. Instructor states: COVID got you down? Missing the camaraderie of your fellow actors? Technique getting rusty? BE PREPARED FOR THAT FIRST AUDITION! Composer Ted Kociolek (Abyssinia, The Age of Innocence) is currently enrolling students for the structured, six-week course. Suitable for the beginner or career veteran alike, the workshop offers the singing actor the opportunity to learn/refine a technique of activating/interpreting musical theater materials and build your audition portfolio, with the objective of communicating the individual--you--through strong and “unsafe” acting choices. Students are provided with practical techniques and guidelines that promote self-confidence and spontaneity, liberate the voice and enhance the audition experience. You'll be up and singing before the class every week in a safe and supportive environment. Other topics, such as 16-bar cuts, audition protocol, etc., are covered as a matter of course during the workshop. All distancing/masking/sanitizing protocols strictly enforced. Individual face shields provided for performance. Workshop runs Sep. 21-Oct. 26 (7pm-10pm) in NYC. Fee is $350. Seeking—Students: All Genders, 18-64, musical theater singer-actors, including beginners through career veterans. Seeking talent from New York NY. Submit to register. Enrollment is limited. For more info, visit www.tedkociolek.com. Note: This is a class/workshop, not a production.

PERFORMERS For INFANT & TODDLER MUSIC CLASSES – NOTICE EXPIRES OCT. 31 - Little Maestros is seeking experienced singers and guitar players for NYC's premier infant and toddler music classes. Synopsis: Right now, these will be outdoor socially distanced classes and parties. We are happy to fill you in on all of our current safety precautions. Company states: "We are looking for performers that have boundless energy, a captivating stage presence, love kids, and love entertaining. We offer flexible scheduling and have locations all over the city!" About our company: Winner of Nickelodeon's 'Parents Picks Best Music Class' in NYC and named 'Best Music Class in New York City' by New York Magazine. Little Maestros is a 18-year-old early-childhood educator-approved infant and toddler music program. Dedicated to providing an unparalleled experience, it continues to raise the bar in its specialty: children's music classes and parties." Ongoing weekly work in and around NYC. Pay per class or party. Seeking—Singer-Guitarist: 18+, intermediate to experienced guitar player who can also sing and lead a class; must be great with kids; Vocalist: 18+, experienced singer who's great with kids and can memorize lyrics quickly. Seeking talent from New York City NY. Apply via backstage.com or visit https://www.instagram.com/littlemaestrosofficial/ Submit a headshot and resume and we will get back to you if we are interested!

FALL 2020 ONLINE CLASSES At PRIMARY STAGES ESPA – NOTICE EXPIRES OCT. 31 - Primary Stages ESPA is seeking participants for acting workshops. Company states: “Fall 2020 online classes at Primary Stages ESPA are now open for enrollment! This semester is jam-packed with new and exciting classes, as well as our time-tested core curriculum. Our award-winning faculty, comprised of working professionals in the field, provides practical skills and expert guidance in a collaborative community atmosphere. Classes available include Auditioning for the Online Platform, Monologue, On-Camera, Solo Performance, and more. Visit http://primarystages.org/espa/acting for a full list of classes.” Classes begin in Sept. Start and end dates vary. All classes held online via Zoom. No pay. Workshop fees vary by class. Discounts for returning students. ESPA provides students easy and convenient payment plans to break up tuition: https://primarystages.org/espa/about-espa/payment-plans. Seeking—Acting Students: 18+. Seeking talent Nationwide. Visit http://primarystages.org/espa/acting to register.

ACTORS' WEBINAR: YOUR ACTING CAREER In The DIGITAL AGE – NOTICE EXPIRES OCT. 31 - Workshops And Classes For Actors is seeking participants for a two hour webinar with casting director, Alison McBryde. Covers the actor's career, from submission through the self-taped or in-person auditions. Class states: "As the self-taped audition has become a more common method of auditioning, I have noticed that actors are often making technical and creative decisions that can hurt them in the casting process. In casting sessions, I see talented actors who, because of weak choices, nervous habits, lack of direction, etc., do not get the callback or role. We will address those things that may prevent you from getting the role, the callback, and even the chance to have your audition seen. This lecture is open to actors of all levels from novice to experienced professional, 16-years-old and older. Attendees are encouraged to submit questions prior to their lectures so that the session can be more tailored to the goals and interests of each group. This webinar will be given in English." Works Aug. 16 (8pm-10:30pm), Aug. 27 (4pm-6:30pm), Sep. 8 (8pm-10:30pm), Sep. 17 (6pm-8:30pm), and Sep. 27 (2pm-4:30pm) All times are US Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). The cost of this Webinar is $11.95. (special discount). Seeking—Actors: All Genders: 16+. Seeking talent Nationwide. For more details and to register go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/actors-in-the-digital-age-your-acting-career-and-self-taped-auditions-tickets-111864014278?aff=ebdssbonlinesearch.

VIRTUAL 'SIX, The MUSICAL' INTENSIVE with BWAY Casting Directors & More – DEADLINE NOV. 21 -  Werk With Bway is seeking participants for a virtual Six, the Musical workshop intensive. Founder states: "Join the Queendom this summer and step up your audition game with the stars from BWAY's hit musical Six! Work one-on-one in masterclasses with featured stars from BWAY's Six, learn pop belting 101 Vocal Technique, receive three new auditions songs specifically chosen for you in Build Your Rep, learn music and choreography from members of Six's production team, improve your audition skillset with a Broadway casting director, audition for a member of the 'Six' creative team and receive personalized feedback, and so much more! All you wanna do in 2020 is make sure you join us for this incredible 5-day intensive! Our curriculum allows you to work in small groups of 10-12 to ensure you receive ample one-on-one time with the faculty. We also guarantee you will be coached in a masterclass with a featured Broadway guest artist! Our students have gone on to book Broadway shows, work regionally and attend the top musical theatre programs in the country. Past guest artists include Tony Nominee Eva Noblezada (Hadestown), Derek Klena (Jagged Little Pill), Kate Rockwell (Mean Girls), Tony Winner Alice Ripley (Next To Normal), Eden Espinosa (Wicked), Three-Time Tony Winner Chris Fitzgerald (Waitress), Ali Ewoldt (Phantom), Gregory Treco (Hamilton), Caitlin Houlahan (Waitress), and so many other Broadway stars. 'Six' guest artists to be announced soon!" Intensive runs Dec. 19-23 (10AM-6PM) online via Zoom. Tuition: $895. Seeking—Musical Theater Performers: All Genders: 13+. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply here: https://bit.ly/2VuduIM. Admission is rolling and space is limited. Be sure to upload your headshot, resume, and include a video link of a singing audition or live performance clip. Werk With Bway is a by-application and by-audition only program. Submit your application by Nov. 21 for full consideration. Latecomers can submit until Dec. 5 however, we cannot guarantee that your application will be considered.

VIRTUAL 'MEAN GIRLS, The MUSICAL' INTENSIVE with B'WAY Casting Directors & More – DEADLINE NOV. 28 - Werk With Bway is seeking participants for a VIRTUAL Mean Girls workshop intensive. Founder states: "Get in loser, we're going to the virtual 'Mean Girls' Intensive this winter! Work one-on-one in masterclasses with featured stars from BWAY's Mean Girls, learn healthy belting in Vocal Technique, receive three new auditions songs specifically chosen for you in Build Your Rep, learn music and choreography from members of 'Mean Girls'' production team, improve your audition skillset with a Broadway casting director, and audition for a member of the 'Mean Girls' creative team and receive personalized feedback. You'll have the time of your life at this five-day intensive and get the best training NYC has to offer all without leaving the comfort and safety of your house - does it get anymore fetch than this? Our curriculum allows you to work in small groups of 10-12 to ensure you receive ample one-on-one time with the faculty. We also guarantee you will be coached in a masterclass with a featured Broadway guest artist! Our students have gone on to book Broadway shows, work regionally and attend the top musical theatre programs in the country. Werk! 2019 included Kate Rockwell (Karen in Broadway's 'Mean Girls'), Grey Henson (Damian in Broadway's Mean Girls), Erika Henningsen (Cady in Broadway's 'Mean Girls'), Krystina Alabado (Gretchen in Broadway's 'Mean Girls'), Natalie Weiss (YouTube's 'Breaking Down The Riffs'), Jamibeth Margolis (Broadway Casting Director) and more 'Mean Girls' stars. 2020 faculty to be announced soon!" Intensive runs Dec. 26-30 (10AM-6PM) online via Zoom! Tuition: $895. Seeking—Musical Theater Performers: All Genders: 13+. Seeking talent Nationwide. To apply, visit https://bit.ly/2I959T2. Admission is rolling and space is limited. Be sure to upload your headshot, resume, and include a video link of a singing audition or live performance clip. Werk With Bway is a by-application and by-audition only program. Submit your application by Nov. 28 for full consideration. Latecomers can submit until Dec. 12, however, we cannot guarantee that your application will be considered.

ACTING CAREER WEBINAR: From PHOTOS & RESUMES To SELF-TAPED and IN-PERSON AUDITIONS – NOTICE EXPIRES DEC. 31 - Workshops and Coaching for Actors is seeking participants for a two-hour long webinar with Casting Director, Alison McBryde. Company states: "This webinar covers the actor's career, from submission through self-taped and in-person auditions. As the self-taped audition has become a more common method of auditioning, I have noticed that actors are often making technical and creative decisions that can hurt them in the casting process. In casting sessions, I see talented actors who, because of weak choices, nervous habits, lack of direction, etc., do not get the callback or role. We will address those things that may prevent you from getting the role, the callback, and even the chance to have your audition seen. This lecture is open to actors of all levels from novice to experienced professional, 16-years-old and older. Attendees are encouraged to submit questions prior to their lectures so that the session can be more tailored to the goals and interests of their group. This webinar will be given in English." Delivered via Zoom. Webinar Schedule (available worldwide): Aug. 6 (5pm-7:30 pm EDT); Aug. 16 (8pm-10:30pm EDT); Aug. 27 (4pm-6:30pm EDT); Sep. 8 (8pm-10:30pm EDT); Sep. 17 (6pm-8:30pm EDT); Sep. 27 (2pm-4:30pm EDT). Cost to participants is $11.95 per person (special discounted tuition). Seeking—Actors: All Genders, 18+. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via backstage.com or visit  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/actors-in-the-digital-age-your-acting-career-and-self-taped-auditions-tickets-111867057380?aff=ebdssbeac

SOMEBODAE SCHOOL Of The ARTS (SSA), VOLUNTEER TEACHING ARTIST (TX) – NOTICE EXPIRES JAN. 1, 2021 - Somebodae School of the Arts (SSA) is seeking experienced, energetic, and engaging volunteer teaching artist with a passion for teaching, instilling, inspiring, and nourishing one's talents for Somebodae School of the Arts' Short Program workshop, to teach classes for young adults and adults ages 14 and up for their San Antonio, TX campus (representing East Side S.A.), 1 hour for 4 days or 1 hour for 1 day for their Short Program series. Works one hour a day for 4 days or one hour a day for 1 day the Short Program in San Antonio, TX. No pay. This is a volunteer position. The Volunteer Instructor will get reimbursement if any reasonable out of pocket expenses that he/she incurs while performing SSA-related duties/activities. Seeking—Volunteer Instructor (Lead): All Genders, 18+, to teach one or multiple disciplines: Theatre, Music, Dance, Art. Job duties include: Teach 60-minute instructional class; take attendance prior to the start of each class; document student progress; communicate student needs to the Regional Director; maintain a positive attitude and demonstrate enthusiasm for teaching. Desired qualities: Instructors who are from an under-represented minority ethnic group or community; instructors experienced in teaching underserved communities; at least two years teaching experience, BA/BFA or equivalent (body of work in the industry/discipline). Seeking talent from San Antonio TX. For more info, visit somebodae.com