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'The VIRTUAL PERFORMERS: A BROADWAY CABARET' – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 6 - The Virtual Perfomers is casting A Broadway Cabaret, a virtual performance. THE VIRTUAL PERFORMERS BELIEVE IN THE POWER OF CONNECTION AND COMMUNITY! OUR MISSION IS TO CREATE MEANINGFUL VIRTUAL OPPORTUNITIES TO SHOWCASE ARTISTS & PERFORMERS VIRTUALLY! A Broadway Cabaret will showcase performers singing or dancing to their favorite Broadway tunes! If you have any questions or want to know more about auditioning please feel free to email us at or visit our website Video submissions due Nov. 6; rehearsals TBD; pre-recorded show premieres Dec. 4. All work done remotely. No pay. Seeking—Singer (Lead): All Genders. Seeking talent Nationwide. For more info, visit: Submit headshot, resume, and video of your singing and/or dancing the song you would like to perform.

'YOU AIN’T HEARD NOTHING YET' – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 6 - You Ain't Heard Nothing Yet is casting for a virtual reading of You Ain't Heard Nothing Yet, a new musical about Al Jolson. Production states: "Actors will be asked to download musical tracks and record and e-mail the vocal before the reading, so the song can be mixed in advance. The reading itself will be the dialogue, and we will play the songs that have been pre-mixed." Rehearses Nov. 16-17 (7pm) over Zoom. Stipend $125. Pay TBD upon completion of the one rehearsal (Zoom) and the one performance on Zoom. Seeking—Augie/Ernie (Lead): Male, 20-70, Augie: A performer who disavows minstrelsy, confronts Jolson to do the same, and eventually becomes a successful member of the Harlem Renaissance performance community. In Act I, Augie (an amalgam of the African American friends and performers who influenced Jolson from an early age throughout his career) mentors the young teen Jolson in street performance. As Jolson continues in the streets, their paths diverge as Augie joins a travelling African-American theater troupe. In Act II, years later, their paths converge unexpectedly. Augie, forced to compromise himself by suddenly joining a travelling minstrel show to avoid arrest after defending himself from racial assault, discovers that Jolson is the show’s star blackface minstrel. Augie repudiates minstrelsy and confronts Jolson to do the same. By the end of Act II, Augie and Jolson once again meet by chance. Both are successful. Augie is a member of the Harlem Renaissance performance community, and Jolson, a major Broadway star. Their reminiscing surfaces the irony that Jolson, in the decades he stepped away from blackface, was one of the most visible and powerful advocates for opening Broadway to African American writers, producers and performers. Augie's bond with Jolson’s better self has endured. Seeking talent from Trumbull CT; Boston MA; New York NY. Production states: "We need a video of you singing a Jolson-style song, as well as the usual headshot and resume. Samples of your acting skills (dialogue, preferable from sides attached) also help. Must have access to a reliable computer and internet for the virtual rehearsal and performance, and ability to learn the songs from a rehearsal track and sheet music." Apply via or visit

'The QUARANTRILOGY' – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 8 - Lagata Scansion is casting The Quarantrilogy, a trilogy of ten-minute musicals set in quarantine to be packaged as a web series. Will require strong ability to self-record singing and self-tape acting. Records between Oct.-Jan. 2021 in the NYC area. See additional materials for full schedule. Deferred pay of $50 for participation. Seeking—“Quint” (Chorus/Ensemble): Male, 18+, a dudebro coworker, working out while working from home. Sings as part of the ensemble for three songs in Episode 3; “Robert” (Chorus/Ensemble): Male, 18+, a hungover coworker, wearing sunglasses, very possibly asleep working from home. Sings as part of the ensemble for three songs in Episode 3. Seeking talent from New York City NY. Review the Quarantrilogy summary and the timeline and in your cover letter, indicate if the timeline works for you and how comfortable you are with self-recording and self-taping. Apply via or visit

'MIKE & MINDY's WILD WEEKEND JAM' – NOV. 8 - Eye On The Mark Productions, LLC is casting Mike & Mindy's Wild Weekend Jam, a musical.  Mark Corallo & Eileen Nelson, writers; Bucky Heard & Timothy D. Lee, music-lyrics; Synopsis: Pipe Dreams vs Reality. Will a young plumber and hairdresser's dream of becoming musical sensations make the cut? Or will they be flushed down the drain forever? A story of love, conflict, family and hope. Musical direction rehearsals will start via Zoom in Dec.-Jan.; rehearsals begin Feb. 2021 at The Players Theatre in NYC; runs for three-week residence Mar. 11-28 (Thur.-Sat., 7pm; Sun., 3pm). Auditions will be in person and COVID compliant. Masks will be required. Social distancing will be put into place and there will be only one audition at a time. Stipend TBD. The producers are looking to secure options of live streaming production. Seeking—“Don” (Supporting): Male, 50+, Mindy's father and owner of a well to do plumbing supply chain. He is loving but can be overbearing and opinionated. Don is from NY so requires a true NY accent. Looking for a Caucasian male who can portray a father figure of Italian descent between the ages of 50 & 65. Must be a solid Baritone and must be able to belt up to a G. Don and Mike have a powerful duet; “Roz” (Supporting): Female, 50+, Mindy's mother and Don's wife. A transplant from NY to the suburbs of NJ. She loves Mindy & her Son-in-law Mike but thinks that living in a center hall colonial in NJ is just what the doctor ordered to fix life's problems. She has big dreams of being a grandmother and adds to Mindy's stress. Roz is a big character with a lot to say. Looking for a Caucasian female actress to play a suburban housewife figure of Italian descent between the ages of 50 & 60. Character is part of a musical ensemble and will part of the chorus; “Pastor Jensen” (Supporting): Female, 40+, Church Pastor and Gospel Choir Director, Pastor Jenson is a loving, spiritual and "sassy" woman who believes in Mike and Mindy's dream of making it big. Pastor Jenson is Mike's spiritual guide and tells it like it is. Pastor Jenson is big as life, wise and funny! Looking for an actress with good comedic timing and who can shine on stage. Pastor Jenson is part of 1 scene (a very important scene) with Mike; Music Producer (Supporting): Male, 26+, Mr. Music Producer - "Scott Orensten" - A native New Yorker who made it big in LA as a music producer. He's a genuinely cool guy who is looking for raw talent for his music label. Although cool, Mr. Producer feels anxious and awkward when Mike & Mindy's weird and wacky family attempts to keep him at a party a lot longer than he anticipated. This character should have good comedic timing and the ability to display an array of emotions. Looking for a male actor late 20's to mid-30's. Auditions by appointment Nov 8 from 11AM-5PM EST at The Players Theatre, 115 MacDougal Street between West 3rd and Bleeker Street/West Village, New York City NY 10012. Callbacks by appointment Nov 11. Seeking talent from New York City NY. Apply via or visit

NY COSPLAY CABARET, VIRTUAL HOLIDAY EDITION – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 9 - GeekLifeRules is seeking singers, actors, comedians, etc. for a pop-culture-themed cabaret to be live-streamed for a virtual audience. Production states: "Artists in cosplay/costume perform and parody their favorite comics, movies, musicals, TV series, and Broadway shows all while helping to raise funds for charity via GeekLifeCares. Producers strongly encourage all persons regardless of age, race, gender identity, etc. to submit as we strive to be all-inclusive. The theme for this month's cabaret is 'Back to the 80s,' and 'Holidays.' Performances should either be holiday themed or in some way encapsulate the 80s. (i.e. music choice, cosplay choice, pop culture or stage/film reference, etc.). Extra consideration if your suggestion does both." Talent works remotely. Cabaret to be live-streamed in Dec. Production states: "Performers will receive a 50/50 split on tickets sold based on a suggested $10 donation price from the audience, plus a percentage of tips and donations received on the night of the performance. The more people they sign up, the more they can potentially make. HD remastered video copy provided after." Seeking—Experienced Singers, Actors: 18+. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via For consideration, submit headshot and resume with a cover letter, vocal demo tracks and/or video links. Also, include any geeky performance and/or cosplay photos or ideas that you think you might like to perform. Especially seeking fun, upbeat ideas. Don't be afraid to think outside the box. Both conventional and parody performances are very welcome. For more info visit: Note: Submissions without a cover letter describing cosplay and performance ideas will not be considered.

LIVE MUSICAL COMEDY VARIETY SHOW – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 17 - DePaul University is casting a 15-minute musical comedy variety show to be streamed live via Zoom. The show will be an over-the-top scripted comedy show with a monologue, segments, and a musical guest. Meetings and rehearsals prior to show; show streams remotely on Nov. 17 via Zoom. No pay. Seeking—Host 1 (Lead): 18-35; very passionate about music. Used to be in a music group with Host 2, but it ended on bad terms; Host 2 (Lead): 18-35; very passionate about music. Used to be in a music group with Host 1, but it ended on bad terms. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via Note your availability between now and Nov. 17. Submit a comedic monologue if you have one.

LIVE BAND, SINGER – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 18 - Brother Ted Productions is casting hostesses-singers to perform in a little black dress for an American Cancer Society benefit. Seeking singers with equal parts charm and singing talent. Event will be held Nov. 19 in the tri-state area. Pays $300 cash at the end of the night. Seeking—Hostess-Singer (Lead): Female, 21-32. Seeking talent from Hoboken NJ; New York NY. For consideration, submit a cover letter, headshot, body shot, and singing track(s). Casting states: "We're somewhat flexible on music genre, but at the moment it's looking like standards, jazz and classic rock songs." Apply via or contact the production company.

WEDDING BAND, R&B SINGER – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 22 - Adm Talent is casting R&B singers for a wedding band. Director states: "People are still getting married and booking bands even if the events will be in their backyards." Aiming to shoot demo video with full band in late November. Pays $400-$800 per four-hour job. No pay for demo video shoot, which will be used to show clients and book jobs. Seeking—R&B Singer (Lead): All Genders: 18-45. Seeking talent from Woodmere NY. Apply via or contact the talent agency. Include a video of you singing pop/R&B music.

'#BWAYWORLDRECORD,' A VIRTUAL FUNDRAISER For The ACTOR’s FUND – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 23 - HDB Casting & RYCO is casting #BWAYWORLDRECORD, a virtual fundraiser for the Actor's Fund. Note: All are encouraged and welcome to submit. Are you a performer or do you just love to sing and perform? Join us in our mission to make an attempt to break the Guinness World Records title for the largest online video album of people singing the same song. The goal is to raise everyone’s spirits that Broadway will someday return, establish more awareness for The Actors Fund, and raise funds for their COVID-19 relief programs that are so desperately needed. To break the record we must compile over 5,000 video submissions from around the world at the website listed below. Then, we will edit it all into a music video of the song: “From Now On” from The Greatest Showman. Music and Lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. We look forward to a day when that feature film can one day be on Broadway, and look toward a new day for our theatrical community ranging from lovers to creators of Broadway. Shoots TBD remotely. No pay. Volunteer opportunity to raise money for The Actors Fund. Seeking—Performers (Supporting): All Genders, 18+, enthusiastic and heartfelt humans to sing/dance in their own mini-video clip recording of our 32 bar cut that will be included in our online release through Broadway Records and; all are welcome to submit; you can sing in groups, but solo submissions are preferred as we need to collect 5,000 to break the record. Dance interpretations of the clip are also welcome; families and pets are encouraged to participate - it’s completely up to you; we are excited to see your submission and have you join us on a mission to celebrate performers, raise money for those in need, create awareness of the arts, and honor our lost companions and role models. Seeking talent Worldwide. To submit, visit Here you will find full instructions on how/what to prepare with our sheet music and accompaniment track. Once you have finalized your video, please submit via the submission button on the same website page this will take you to our partner where you can upload your video and be included in the music video! Share your 10glo video on social media! #bwayworldrecord.

'INFERNAL:' A STANDING MUSICAL DEBUT – NOTICE EXPIRES DEC. 2 - Misha Mullany, writer-co.-composer; is casting Infernal, a rock musical. Production states: "This is based on Dante’s Inferno that explores consequences, remorse, and our own inescapable demons. Drawing from Dante’s text, the Bible, Catholic Tradition, and Jewish Mysticism, in this coming of age story, heaven and hell are made human. The Event: Infernal: A Standing Musical Debut. We will be performing a live show with a limited audience. The team would like to assure you that we will be following all COVID safety protocols. That being said, this is a live musical event with a gathering of up to 50 people, so please use discretion on whether to submit based on your own health needs. We will also be live streaming the event for those who cannot attend. The following day, we will record our 10 Song Cast Album. There will be future show opportunities as this is a new work in development. Preferred: Can read music, great at harmonies, ability to adapt and change during rehearsal/between rehearsals for rewrites. You will be the first ever to play these characters so bring your own flair and personality to it! We want you to be inventive and have fun!" Rehearses Dec. 1-12 (10 hrs./wk. via Zoom), Dec. 13-18 (20 hrs.- tech) some Zoom and some in-person; performs Dec. 19-20 in person in NYC. Seeking—Dante/Devil (Lead): Male, 25+, baritone, suave, convincing, our narrator; “Eve” (Lead): Female, 25+, pop-soprano, yes, Eve as in "Adam-and-Eve", but seriously, stop calling her that, she's her own person; “Lilith” (Lead): Female, 25+, mezzo-soprano, mother of demons; “Charon” (Supporting): Male, 25+, earthy bass, the hero's guide, jaded; 7 Deadly Sins (Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders, 18+, casting seven individuals to create a "Greek Chorus.” Super tight bond, even tighter harmonies. Lust (M) - preferred experience with drag. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via Submit two contrasting songs, does not have to be MT as this is a fun musical with a lot of different styles (Big Band Jazz, Tango, Rock, Pop-MT). Also note if you are a mover, dancer, can read music, and have experience with harmonies. Off book by Dec 1.

SINGERS For FEMALE SINGING GROUP – NOTICE EXPIRES DEC. 2 - Vementertainment is seeking female singers and/or rappers for an R&B/pop girl group. Currently rehearsing remotely. No pay. Contract after trial period. Company does not pay for travel or relocation. Seeking—Female Singers: 18-23. Seeking talent from New York NY. To audition, send a video of you singing an R&B/pop song to You can also audition via Zoom by with your contact info so that production can schedule your audition. Serious singers/rappers only need apply.

'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 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:

SING For HOPE VIRTUAL CONCERT – NOTICE EXPIRES DEC. 26 - Sing for Hope is seeking accomplished musicians for Sing for Hope who are able to perform 45-minute concerts consisting of well-known songs from any or all of the following genres: Broadway, pre- and post-war, Jazz, specialty ('40s/'50s/'60s/'70s). Must have own sound equipment and be capable of streaming high-quality audio through Zoom. Must also have reliable, wired Internet connection. Performances are ongoing. Professional pay: $100. Per-performance honorarium provided. Digital calendar created with multiple opportunities per month. Seeking—Singer-Instrumentalist (Lead): 18+. Seeking talent Worldwide. Auditions are conducted on a rolling basis. In your application, include a video of you performing a song that would be well-known to senior adults, as though you were performing a live virtual concert. Recordings must be done with equipment you have access to 24/7 (i.e. your home studio). Apply via or contact Sing for Hope. Video and audio quality are factors in your application.

STRAWHAT 2021 AUDITIONS – NOTICE EXPIRES JAN. 15 - StrawHat Theatrical Services is seeking applications for the 2021 StrawHat combined auditions. Due to continued concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic, auditions for 2021 will be by video submission only. Producers state: "StrawHat supports professional theater and the careers of non-Equity performers and technical artists looking to develop their careers in theater. Approximately 30 summer theater, theme park, and live entertainment production companies from around the country register each year to cast their seasons." Rehearsal and Production Dates TBD. No pay. Reduced registration fee is $37. Compensation for productions varies from contract to contract as established by individual registered companies. Both summer and longer-term employment may be available. Seeking—Actors: All Genders; 18+; for principal, featured, and ensemble roles; Singers: All Genders; 18+; for principal, featured, and ensemble roles. Seeking talent Nationwide. StrawHat Auditions are by application only. Online application/registration, complete instructions, and additional info are available at Complete applications must be delivered by Jan. 15, 2021. Paid registration includes a personal listing in the StrawHat Casting online database complete with your photo, resume, and audition videos.

'MEDUSA: A NEW MUSICAL,' CONCERT STAGED READING – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 21 - The University of North Carolina at Greensboro's School of Music is casting a concert staged reading of Medusa: A New Musical! Synopsis: In this musical retelling of the classic Greek tragedy, a young woman's fate is transformed on a college campus during the final years of Black Mountain College. Set in Asheville NC, during the mid-1950's, this show asks the question, "how do you protect the ones you love?" Materials distributed Feb. 1, 2021; rehearsals begin Mar. 1; Concert Staged Reading premieres Mar. 26. No pay. Seeking—“Medusa” (Lead): Female, 18+, mezzo-soprano with belt; principal; actor to play 18; “Athena” (Lead): Female, 18+, soprano; principal; actor to play mid-40; “Perseus” (Supporting): Male, 18+, tenor; supporting; actor to play 18; “Poseidon” (Lead): Male, 18+, bari-tenor; principal; actor to play mid-50; Ensemble/Students/Townspeople (Chorus/Ensemble): 18+, members of the ensemble to play various smaller roles throughout the show; all vocal ranges. Seeking talent from Chapel Hill, Greensboro, High Point, Burlington, Charlotte, Raleigh NC. Apply via or visit Submit one 32 bar cut of either a contemporary musical theatre song or from the modern pop/rock repertoire. All submissions must have piano accompaniment, not a karaoke track. No a cappella submissions will be accepted. Also submit a one-minute monologue from any contemporary play. Annie Conolly (they/she/he) is a Greensboro-based actor-musician. They have most recently composed music for UNCG’s touring production of Go, Dog. Go! and was a foley artist and musician for their most recent production of The Tempest. Annie is also writing a solo visual-concept album. For this project, they are writing the book and lyrics. James Stryska (he/him/his) is an active composer, arranger, and music director in North Carolina. James’s compositional works have been performed in areas such as New York City, Washington DC, Charlotte, Greensboro NC. For this project, he is writing music and lyrics.

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.


THEATRE 68 VIRTUAL AUDITIONS, L.A. CHAPTER – NOV. 10 - Theatre 68 is seeking actors, writers, directors, and producers to join the L.A. chapter of 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. chapter for new members around the world. We are also in discussion to continue 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, we meet via Zoom on what we call our 'Actor’s Gym.' 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 from 7pm-10pm EST or PST via Zoom. No pay. Theatre 68 is a dues-based company ($100 per month for L.A. chapter). Seeking—L.A. Actors/Writers: 18+, dedicated, open-minded, and talented individuals interested in acting, writing, producing, and directing. Must be based in L.A. Auditions by appointment Nov 10 from 7PM-10PM PDT via Zoom. Seeking talent from Los Angeles, San Francisco CA, Seattle WA; Portland OR. Send a headshot and resume to 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 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, L.A. Chapter" (i.e. John Doe, Backstage Submission, L.A. Chapter). For more info on Theatre 68, visit


SINGING COMPETITION – NOTICE EXPIRES DEC. 4 - Taylor Productions is seeking participants for a singing competition series where 32 singers will compete in the ultimate singing competition where the winner will receive a chance to write and sing an original song for an upcoming series Head Above Water. Production states: "Winner will also receive a five-day trip to Niagara Fall Ontario Canada and get a chance to record an entire album." Shoots Jan. 2021 through Zoom and possibly some locations in Toronto, Canada (COVID depending). Unpaid. Production states: "The winner will receive a chance to write and sing an original that will be used as our theme song for our upcoming series Head Above Water and will also win a 5 Day trip to Niagara Fall Ontario Canada and get a chance to record an album." No fees will be involved. Seeking—Solo Singer (Lead): All Genders; 18-40; Duo Singers (Lead): All Genders; 18-40. Seeking talent Worldwide. Auditions will be performed through Zoom from Dec. 4-6. Apply via Include a cover letter also please list two songs from two different genres that you plan on singing for your audition.

SINGERS - CONTESTANTS For INTERNATIONAL HAMMERSTEIN YOUTH SOLO CONTEST – NOTICE EXPIRES DEC. 18 - Oscar Hammerstein Museum and Theatre Education Center is seeking singers, ages 5-23, to compete in the Hammerstein International Youth Solo Contest. All Genders, 5-23. Seeking talent Nationwide. Contest submissions will be submitted online. Registrations will be accepted at Registration opens: Nov 1; Registration closes: Dec 18. Semi-Finalists announced: Jan 15; Finalists announced: Jan 22; Winners announced: Feb 1. Age categories: elementary school, middle school, high school, college. Cash prize for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners in each category. Apply via or contact the education center.


LEAD VOCALIST - US NAVY BAND COUNTRY CURRENT – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 8 - US Navy Band is seeking a lead vocalist for a U.S. Navy band, Country Current. Production states: "Country Current proudly bears the distinction of the military’s only country-bluegrass band. As a U.S. Navy Band premier ensemble, musicians from diverse professional backgrounds bring their successes in the recording and touring industries of Nashville, New York and New Orleans to a new commitment of service in the world’s greatest Navy. Country Current members are recipients of countless awards from the industry’s leading professional organizations and have individually performed or recorded with a myriad of today’s leading country music artists. In keeping with the tradition of country music, each member is also a skilled performer on multiple instruments." Works through Nov. 8 (recordings are due by 11:59pm) in Washington DC. Coordinator states: "Starting salary for a new member of the U.S. Navy Band is $62,065-$66,925, plus 30 days paid leave annually and full benefits for members and dependents. Members may also be eligible for an enlistment bonus (up to $10,000) and/or the Student Loan Repayment Program (up to $65,000). Those selected for the U.S. Navy Band are advanced to the paygrade of E-6 (musician first class) following recruit training, under a contract for permanent duty with the U.S. Navy Band." Seeking—Lead Vocalist: All Genders, 18-39. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via or visit

HISPANIC FEMALE SINGERS WHO DANCE – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 26 - 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. Hispanic Dancer Who Can Sing (Lead): 18-31, female dancer who can sing in harmony, to complete a Latina girl band. Must be able to harmonize, perform, and be fit. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via or contact the agency. Submit a video of your dancing and a sample of your singing. If you're chosen for a callback, you will receive an invitation for a audition via Zoom.

PODCAST SHOW, TALENT/PROFESSIONALS – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 30 - Bro_Rantz Podcast is seeking actors, professionals, musicians, artist, writers, therapist, even psychics to be interviewed on a podcast (three weekly segments). Talent works remotely. No pay. Unpaid. Production states: "There is no compensation for this, but free promotion and introducing you to another platform and audience via Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Anchor etc." Seeking—Artists, Actors, Professionals (Lead): All Genders, 24-70, seeking artists, professionals, actors, etc. Seeking talent Nationwide. Include why you would make a great guest and what your profession is. This is an interview, not a acting project. Apply via or visit


'The CHERRY ORCHARD' – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 9 - Indenpendant is casting The Cherry Orchard, a musical version of Anton Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard" as an audiobook. Robert Roberson, writer-actor-singer-composer-lyricist; Production states: "There is no pay at the moment but there is a possibility for life-long royalties. The only roles open at the moment are male roles. Everything will be done online. You will need excellent recording equipment of your own. We are on a rather drastic deadline. So you will be integrated into a cast that already exists" Rehearsal and Production Dates TBD. No pay. Seeking—“Gaev” (Lead); Male, 50-64, an aristocratic snob who is really still a child who never grew up; “Firs” (Supporting): Male, 80+, an aging old servant who is faithful to the family til the end, in spite of having been enslaved; “Pistchick” (Supporting): Male, 50-67; a person who has a talent for saying the wrong thing at the right time. Seeking talent Nationwide. There will be online auditions. Apply via

SEASON CALL For PRATHER PRODUCTIONS – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 20 - Prather Productions is casting for Prather Productions' season call of Happy Days, On Your Feet and A Bronx Tale. 'Happy Days' rehearses Dec. 14 in Fort Myers FL; runs Jan. 1-Feb. 14 at Broadway Palm and then transfers to Dutch Apple, Lancaster PA and continues Feb. 18-Apr. 3. On Your Feet rehearses Feb. 4 and then at the Broadway Palm in Fort Myers FL; runs at the Broadway Palm from Feb. 18-Apr. 10 and then transfers to Dutch Apple in Lancaster PA where they will run from Apr. 15-May 29. A Bronx Tale rehearses Apr. 1; runs Apr. 15-May 22 in Ford Myers FL. Seeking—“Arthur ‘The Fonz’ Fonzarelli” (Lead): Male, 18-30, the coolest guy in town, sexy funny, loaded with charm. Older than the other high school cast. Strong singer; “Richie Cunningham” (Lead): Male, 18-30, All American high school student. Honest, caring, Fonzie's best friend. Strong singer; “Howard Cunningham” (Supporting): Male, 35-55, Richie's dad, typical Midwestern head of the household; “Charles ‘Chachi’ Arcola” (Supporting): Male, 18-25, Fonzie's cousin who wants to be like his uncle. Likes Joanie, must dance. Seeking 20-25 actor to play teenager; “Ralph Malph” (Supporting): Male, 18-30, class clown. Friend of Richie. Strong singer; “Warren ‘Potsie’ Webber:” Male, 18-30, Richie's friend. Tries very hard to be "cool" but in reality, comes off as a nerd. Strong singer; “Arnold Del Vecchio” (Supporting): Male, 40-55, owner of Arnold's Malt Shop. Comic actor; “Marion Cunningham” (Lead): Female, 40-55, Richie's mom. Warm, caring, naive. Must move well; “Pinky Tuscadero” (Supporting): Female, 18-30, Fonzie's girl. Sexy, tough, confident. Strong singer and dancer; “Joanie Cunningham” (Supporting): Female, 18-25, Richie's younger sister. Cute and Naive. Wants to be "older" Likes Chachi. Must dance. Seeking age range of 20-25 to play teenager; Male/Female Ensemble for Happy Days (Supporting): All Genders, 18-30, dancers/singers to play various roles in the show from High School students and parents; “Gloria Estefan” (Understudy) (Chorus/Ensemble): Female, 20-30, Cuban: initially shy opens up as the story progresses; becomes an icon; sharp sense of humor; good actress, star quality, must speak fluent Spanish and sing/dance very well; “Emilio Estefan” (Lead): Male, 25-40, Cuban; confident; handsome; sometimes stumbles over his emotions...and his English; loyal. Leading man with character; must speak fluent Spanish and sing/move very well; “Gloria Fajardo” (Lead): Female, 40-60, Cuban; Gloria's mother; brassy; strong willed; Latin matriarch; survivor; biting humor; must speak fluent Spanish and sing well; “Conseulo” (Lead): Female, 55-75, Cuban; Gloria's grandmother; Cuban stage mother; sometimes an apparition; wise; loving; warm; Gloria's guardian angel; must speak fluent Spanish and be able to sing; “Jose Fajardo” (Supporting): Male, 35-55, Gloria's father; must sing; Male/Female Ensemble for On Your Feet (Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders, 20-40, ensemble roles to play several characters within the production. Must sing, dance, act; “Calogero” (Lead): Female, 20-30, a young, likeable Italian-American teenager. He steps in and out of narrating the show. Excellent singer, tenor-to very high baritone with a flair for 60's rock and roll. Must move very well; “Sonny” (Lead): Male, 30-45, Italian. The number one man in the neighborhood. he's the leader of the wise guys. Powerful and charismatic. Strong singer; full voice to G above middle C a plus, should be " at home" with the stylings of Frank Sinatra/Tony Bennett/Dean Martin; “Lorenzo” (Lead): Male, 30-45, Italian. Calogero's father. Strong and sympathetic. He works as a bus driver. Excellent tenor or high baritone; ability to express honest emotion while singing more important than vocal fireworks; “Jane” (Lead): Male, 18-30, adult actor to play teenager 17 - 18. Calogero falls in love with her. Striking and smart. Excellent singer who dances. Should be completely "at home" as the lead singer of a girl group; “Rosina” (Supporting): Female, 30-45, Italian. Calogero's mother, must be a strong singer and able to express honest emotion; The Wise Guys Ensemble for A Bronx Tale (Chorus/Ensemble): Male, 30-50, seeking versatile men to play Sonny's wise-guys as well as various inhabitants of Calogero's neighborhood. Looking for unique, authentic characters with strong voices and comedic chops. At least one must be a true bass-baritone, one must be large in physical nature and one should be a Sinatra/Bennett/Martin "song stylist" All must move well; Male/Female Ensemble for A Bronx Tale (Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders, 20-30, ensemble to play various characters within the production. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via or contact the production company. Submissions must include headshot, resume and a performance reel or a video that includes two vocal selections (16 bar cuts)/1 (one to two minute) monologue. If you are a dancer, be sure to include a dance reel or a video displaying your skillset. Notate what role/show you are interested in.


STEIN ENTERTAINMENT GROUP, NYC TALENT – NOTICE EXPIRES OCT. 18 - Stein Entertainment Group is seeking NYC-based talent to join Stein Entertainment Group's roster for representation in film, television, and commercials. Note: Talent can be outside NYC but must be able to travel for same-day auditions. Works in NYC. Pay TBD. No upfront fee. Commission 15% on work. Seeking—NYC Young Talent: 5-20, include a note on where talent is located, as well as special skills or any other relevant information. Seeking talent from New York City NY. Apply via or contact the agency. Feel free to include a video shorter than two minutes.


AMERICAN ENGLISH SINGER For CHILDREN's CONTENT – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 8 - Moonbug Entertainment is casting an adult female singer for animated children’s content. Records remotely. Pays $100 per episode. Seeking—Singer (Lead): Female, 18+, must be exciting, energetic, and engaging; Singer (Lead): Male, 18+, must be exciting, energetic, and engaging. Seeking talent Worldwide. Must be able to self-record high-quality audio. Apply via or contact the agency. To be considered, must have a sample of a song in the relevant style in your profile.

'MOMS: The MUSICAL' DEMO RECORDING – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 12 - Surette & Hall is casting musical theater singers for a demo recording of Moms: The Musical, an original work. Synopsis: The story of two first-time mothers who, from an unlikely friendship, discover exactly just how strong they are. Both find that striving for perfection leads to struggle, but ultimately - growth. With the help of a trio of Moms on a “mom group chat,” we learn about the pitfalls, positives, and technological aspects facing the modern American mother. Being a first-time Mom is a total breeze, right? Wrong. (The Miracle of Life). Justine, a workaholic who cannot seem to connect to her newborn, is at odds with her husband, Mark (Out Here). When Justine meets Mia, a bubbly stay-at-home Mom, Mia establishes an instant friendship (A Wonder to Be A Mother). When Justine is fired from her job, she expresses to Mia how important career is to her (The Huntress). Justine’s mother-in-law, Doreen, demonstrates that “old-fashioned mothers” were the best kind (In My Day). Justine reveals to Mia the darker side of the “beloved” mother-in-law (M.I.L). When Justine needs to hide from her mother-in-law, she goes to Mia’s house where Justine learns the state of Mia’s marriage (Sparkling). Justine, missing her mother, explores how her past influences her present (Pinterest Perfect). When Mia catches her husband Scott cheating on her, both women plot how to get back at him (Operation Nickel and Dime Revenge). Unfortunately, Justine makes a big mistake, leaving us wondering if she will be able to live up to her role as a mother. Justine and the cast dream about the day their babies were born (The Birthing Room). Mia takes strength from the great heroines of literature (Out of the Story). A trio of moms weigh in on the absurdities of how mothers today use the internet (Mommy and Me Groups). Mia and Scott host a dinner party to cheer up Justine (Cheers). Mia’s good intentions lead to division between Justine and Mia (Rose-Tinted Glasses). Mia confronts Scott about the status of their marriage (Do You See Me?). Doreen, Justine’s mother-in-law, encourages Justine to step up to the plate and give up her anger so she can enjoy her life again (Having It All). Mia finally reveals to Scott that she knows he has been unfaithful (Uncensored). Justine finally finds a way to connect to her daughter (The Day I Became Your Mother). The cast shares their future desires for their children (May You Know Love). Records Nov.-Dec. in the Boston MA and CT area. Following social distancing protocols as best as possible. No pay. All participants will receive a copy of the demo for their own professional use. No stipend available. Housing/transportation not provided. Seeking—“Justine” (Lead): Female, a career mom, age 20-35. Mix/belter. Must have a well-trained, professional musical theater sound and the ability to make a time commitment to the role; “Mia” (Lead): Female, a bubbly stay-at-home Mom, age 20-35. Soprano-belter. Must have a well-trained, professional musical theater sound and the ability to make a time commitment to the role; “Brittany” (Supporting): Female, part of a “mom’s group chat,” age 20-35. Soprano-belter; “Renatta” (Supporting): Female, part of a “mom’s group chat,” age 20-35. Preferably African American, but not necessary. Mezzo-soprano-belter; “Jade” (Supporting): Female, part of a “mom’s group chat,” age-20-35. Preferably Asian, but not necessary. Alto-belter. Comedic timing a plus. Seeking talent from Boston MA; New Haven, Hartford CT. Apply via or visit Submit headshot/resume, the role you are interested in, and a recording or video of you singing a full-length musical theater song that shows off your mix/belt. Production states:" There are nineteen songs required for the demo recording, with three possible reprises to be added if time allows. Not all cast members are required for every song. All orchestrations for the demo are pre-recorded (with access available for rehearsals) and singers will be layering voices over the orchestrations. All participants will be required to sign a Media Release as well as a Demo Recording Release that allows the creative team to use photos, videos, and the recording for both professional and promotional purposes. Future opportunities with the show are exciting as we will be doing readings in the spring, submitting the show to national musical theater festivals, and continuing to grow the work in as many settings as possible. All participants will receive a copy of the demo for their own professional use."

'AVERNO-A TRANSMEDIA MUSICAL UNIVERSE' – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 19 - Averno is casting Averno- A Transmedia Musical Universe, a musical. Production states: "Join the revolutionary team of Averno, an immersive musical theatre universe that includes 15 interlocking musicals. We hope to build out a group of actors that we work with on a long-term basis, as opposed to simply on a single project- think the Starkid troupe, but Gen-Z and mostly online. Check out our Instagram for more information:" Talent records remotely in 2021. Deferred pay. Seeking—Voiceover: 18+. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via or visit In your cover letter, include your home-recording ability: equipment, experience, etc.

MIDAS MUSIC Inc., POP SINGER-SONGWRITER – NOTICE EXPIRES DEC. 1 - Midas Music Inc. is seeking a 16- to 19-year-old pop singer-songwriter for a management deal with Midas Music Inc. Must be able to perform live, play piano or guitar, and dance/learn choreography. Songwriting skill are a plus but not necessary. Dates TBD. No pay. One-year management deal with the ability to introduce to acting and booking agents. Seeking—Singer-Songwriter (Lead): Male, 16-19, can play piano or guitar and dance; songwriting skills are plus but not necessary. Seeking talent Worldwide. Submit with headshots and video links to you singing/performing. Website:

'SCARFACE, The AL CAPONE MUSICAL' CAST ALBUM RECORDING – NOTICE EXPIRES JAN. 1 - David Serero is seeking singers to record a cast album recording for Scarface, The Al Capone Musical. Synopsis: The story of gangster Al Capone, featuring Prohibition era standards re-arranged in a Hip-Hop style, including Musical Theatre, Opera, Jazz, and Burlesque elements. The story is loosely inspired by Capone's life with a strong modern twist, including fictional characters, and all music genres with inverted arrangements (Jazz standards in Hip-Hop, and Hip-hop standards with Jazz arrangements, using some verses as dialogues), choreographies mixing Jazz and Hip-Hop elements. Note: All genders and ethnicities are welcome to apply. Roles available for Transgenders and Drag Queen artists. Rehearsals will be via Zoom or Facetime. One day of recording per role is required (to be scheduled during October and/or November 2020 based on artist's availability). The Recording will take place in NYC, with social distancing and health measures applied. Stipend. Pays $100/day of recording. Seeking—Note: Strong experienced singers and/or unique acts only. All ethnicities and genders are welcomed. “Franky” (Lead): Male, 18-37, fictional character, the right arm of Al Capone; rapper; “Mae” (Supporting): Female, 18-36, Capone's wife, 20s, strong singer and dancer; “Minnie” (Supporting): Female, 18-40, chief of Capone’s brothel. Seductive woman, in the style of Beyonce, strong dancer; mezzo-soprano; “Lolita” (Understudy/Supporting): Female, 18-40, Capone’s mistress, 20s, a strong burlesque dancer; soprano. Note: Role is cast, looking for understudy; “Torrio” (Supporting): Male, 25-60, Al Capone’s first boss; 50s, tenor; “George Clarence” (Supporting): Male, 25-50, aka "Bugs" Moran (Irish); Capone's rival, 40s; tenor; “Eliot Ness” (Supporting): Male, 25-52, FBI agent, 35; tenor; Drag Queens (Supporting): Transgender, 18-50, transgender performers and Drag Queens to perform supporting roles. They sing Beyonce's "Crazy for Love" in a Jazz Big Band arrangement; Burlesque Artists (Supporting); All Genders, 18-50, singing Burlesque artists; “M.C.” (Lead): Male, 18+, emcee of Capone’s club; strong singer. He sings "Thriller" in a Jazz Big Band arrangement. Needs to be able to do 'Sports Emcee type' introduction "Ladies and Gentlemen...". Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via Due to the health crisis, auditions will be conducted through videos submissions. For consideration, submit a video of your singing. Casting encourages you to listen to the 3 singles already recorded in order to have an idea of the spirit of the recording and concept. Songs such as "Thriller" or Beyoncé's "Crazy for Love" will be recorded with a Big Band Jazz 1930's adaptation.


'ONCE UPON A DREAM' A VIRTUAL CONCERT – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 4 - 92Y Musical Theater is casting all singers and dancers to join the 92Y Virtual Performance Company for a concert that will celebrate Disney films, Once Upon a Dream. Production states: "For six weeks, students will work as an ensemble to create a virtual concert featuring songs and dances from the most magical place on earth. Everyone will participate in the opening/closing number and be assigned a solo or duet. Students can register as a singer or dancer. Your child will make new friends, work as a team, develop their craft, and receive a T-shirt to commemorate their experience!" Class runs Dec. 16 (5pm) over Zoom. No pay. Fee: $210. Students will participate in six 90-minute classes, perform in a virtual concert, and receive a commemorative T-shirt. Seeking—Singer: 4-18. Seeking talent Nationwide. For students ages four-nine, register at For students ages 10+, register at

KIDS/TEENS, 'DEAR EDWINA,' ONLINE EDITION – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 5 - Broadway Sings Young Artists is casting an ages 6-16 performance workshop of Dear Edwina. Company states: "Work with a Broadway director/musical director and choreographer. Broadway Sings Young Artists is holding auditions for
Dear Edwina Online Edition. This is an incredible opportunity to work with Broadway pros. Dear Edwina is a heartwarming musical about the joys of growing up, from the creators of Junie B. Jones The Musical. The show's heroine is an advice-giver extraordinaire, like a spunky, singing version of Dear Abby. Thirteen-year-old Edwina Spoonapple would do just about anything to be a part of the Kalamazoo Advice-a-Palooza Festival. Rehearses Nov. 1-22 on Zoom, 4-6 hours per week. No pay. Tuition is $250 to participate, due upon acceptance of role. Ages 6-16. Seeking—“Edwina” (Lead): Female, 11-16, the creator, director and choreographer of The Dear Edwina Show - main-staple of the play; Susie and the Napkins (Supporting): Male, 9-16, are a local band who have just come from a Battle of the Bands concert at the Paw Paw Community Center to sing "Say No Thank You;” “Lola” (Supporting): Female, 11-16, new to America, Lola expresses her shyness in the song, "Hola, Lola;” other roles (Lead/Supporting/Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders, 7-16. Seeking talent Nationwide. Auditioners may perform a 32-bar cuts of musical theatre song, which shows them off best - OR one short monologue and one 16-bar cut of a musical theatre song. (16 bars is approx. 30-45 seconds.) You must have accompaniment tracks for your song (karaoke or piano tracks). You will need two devices for the audition - one device to be used as a webcam for Zoom and one device for playing the backing tracks (accompaniment). If you are unable to attend the Zoom auditions, you may email your audition materials to, no later than Friday Oct. 30 at 6pm ET. Website:

ONLINE VOICE-OVER MASTERCLASS With HEAD VO AGENT At COAST To COAST TALENT AGENCY – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 9 - Acting And Voice Studios is seeking participants for an online masterclass with Top VO Talent Agent, Portia Scott of Coast To Coast Talent Agency. This will be a live, interactive class with a Q&A and the opportunity to perform for and get feedback from Portia. You will also be able to send us your headshot, resume, acting reel and anything else you would want Portia to see. This class will be held online via Zoom. Company states: "Portia is currently The Director of Voiceover at Coast to Coast Talent Group where she runs the division with a great staff representing both adult and youth talent in all areas of voiceover. Portia's clients have booked hundreds of broadcast TV & Radio Commercials and several National Campaigns such as Wells Fargo, Wendy's, and T-Mobile to name a few. Her talent can be found as series regulars on Disney TV Animation, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Dreamworks TV and Feature Animation, and a plethora of Animated Feature Films. Recent work includes, Academy Award Winning “Toy Story 4”, “Abominable” “Into The SpiderVerse”,”Shazam” “The Little Prince”, Pixar's “Cars 3”, “Inside Out” Rise of the Guardians” among many others." This online masterclass will meet via Zoom on Nov. 8 from 3pm-5pm EST/12noon-2pm PST. Seeking—Voice-Over Actor: 16+. No pay. The cost to attend is $99. Seeking talent Worldwide. To find out more and register, visit:

6-WEEK BREATHWORK PROGRAM – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 12 - Superpowercoaching is seeking female performers for a breathwork program to release Pandemic fatigue and activate your highest potential. Company states: "Given our current situation I invite you to learn how to use your breath to release any stress and energetic blocks, gain clarity about your career, boost your confidence and courage, and unleash your highest potential as a performer. Superpower Breathwork is an active breathing meditation with visualizations that allow you as a female performer to clear, balance and energize your body and mind in an incredibly powerful and transformational way. This six-week program will help you release blocks and limiting beliefs, gain greater clarity, confidence and courage as a performer, so you can step into your unique power, share your unique gifts and talents with the world in the most authentic way and eventually book more jobs and/or find new ways of using your talent." Workshop held Wednesdays beginning Nov. 11 over Zoom. No pay. Fee: $249. Seeking—Female Performer: 18-50. Seeking talent Nationwide. To sign up visit

MASTERCLASS With MANDY GONZALEZ – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 13 - Performers Theatre Workshop is seeking participants for a Masterclass on Zoom with Mandy Gonzalez. Class states: "Mandy will demystify strategies for leading with intention to tell a character’s story in a truthful way — in your one-of-a-kind voice — drawing on vocal technique as well as deeply personal dramatic interpretation. Performers will each deliver a 32-bar cut of a song. Observing each performer, Mandy will offer specific, constructive feedback on ways to bond the uniqueness of their voice with strong character intention to deliver a truthful, captivating performance. While mastering Mandy’s techniques requires dedication over time, she will isolate areas of focus for each student, providing you an express lift to your next level as a performing storyteller. All who attend your Voice, Your Story will have the opportunity to participate in a conversation-driven Q&A with Mandy and glean rare insight from a leading figure in performing arts. One-on-one session with PTW Artistic Director post-masterclass is included to review feedback and discuss student's strengths and opportunities for growth. (Optional). Individual coaching prior to the masterclass to select and prepare material is available upon request. For more information and to sign up for one or more masterclasses, visit" Classes run Nov. 15 (12:30pm-1pm for tech check; 1pm-3:30pm for class.) remotely over Zoom. No pay. Cost for each of the Masterclass: $125 for Participants, and $30 for Auditors. Additional individual coaching prior to the masterclass to select and prepare material is available upon request. Seeking—Participant: 7-21, opportunity to perform for Mandy Gonzalez. One: one coaching, along with Q&A. Every participant will get direct feedback; Auditor: 7-21, may attend the Masterclass and learn from watching the group and one: one instruction of the participants. Auditors can submit questions via chat during the Q&A section. Seeking talent Nationwide. Masterclass is limited to 16 participants. Submit to check availability and for registration info. Website:

TWO-DAY ONLINE VOICE-OVER INTENSIVE With TOP VO AGENT Of A3 ARTISTS AGENCY – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 17 - Acting And Voice Studios is seeking participants for the new online two-day voice over Intensive with Top VO Talent Agent, James Murray of A3 Artists Agency(formerly Abrams Artists)! This will be a live, interactive class with a Q&A and the opportunity to perform for and get feedback from James. Participants will also be able to submit their headshot, resume, acting reel and anything else they'd like James to see. Company states: "James Murray is Voice-Over Agent and Partner of Voice-Over Department at A3 Artists Agency. They are a full-service Voice Over Department at A3 Artists Agency in Los Angeles. They handle commercial, animation, interactive, narration, promos, trailers, audiobooks, IVR, and everything associated with voice over. This is one of the leading Voice-Over Agencies in the industry! Veteran agent James Murray heads the voice-over division at A3 Artists Agency where he works extensively across commercial, television animation, feature animation, interactive, narration, promos, audiobooks, and scripted podcasts. During the span of his career, James’ focus in television and feature animation has led him to represent the leads in hit shows and feature-length animated films for some of today’s largest networks, streamers, and studios. After initially joining the agency’s New York City team in 2008, James relocated to Los Angeles in 2014 to helm the voice-over department and grow the team. A native of the Empire State, he graduated from the State University of New York College at Cortland. This class is a ton of fun and you will receive great feedback and pointers from this leading Voice-Over Agent! You'll also have the opportunity to ask James all of your questions about pursuing a VO career, finding representation, and finding VO work." This online intensive will meet via Zoom on Nov. 14 & Nov. 15 from 1PM-3PM EST/10AM-12NOON PST. No pay. The cost to attend this two-day Intensive is $189. Seeking—Voice-Over Actors (Lead): 16+. Seeking talent Worldwide. To register, visit our website: See this article with James Murray on how the Voice-Over Industry is dealing with this COVID-19 Crisis:

PROFESSIONAL CONSERVATORY SCHOLARSHIPS At ATLANTIC ACTING SCHOOL – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 18 - Atlantic Acting School is seeking talented actors to apply for Atlantic Acting School's Practical Aesthetics Scholarship. Director of Admissions Chris Booth states: "Full and partial scholarships will be awarded to our Full-Time Conservatory (2.5 years), Evening Conservatory (1 year) and newly announced Global Virtual Conservatory (5 months). This prestigious scholarship award celebrates over 35 years of training and nurturing outstanding artists and will be awarded to incoming students based on merit. Founded as an ensemble of impassioned students in 1985, Atlantic has grown into a powerhouse Acting School as well as the 22-time Tony Award-winning and Pulitzer Prize-winning Atlantic Theater Company. The world-renowned Atlantic Acting School empowers aspiring acting professionals to fulfill their dreams. Ours is the only conservatory program in the world that offers in-depth training in Practical Aesthetics, the Atlantic Technique – outlined in A Practical Handbook for the Actor. We provide students with technical, creative, and personal rigor, and a lifelong community that fuels success beyond our doors. Our curriculum includes instruction in a disciplined approach to script analysis, working truthfully moment-to-moment, and bringing these competencies together in performance of the material." Global Virtual Conservatory runs Feb. 2-June 24, 2021. Full-Time and Evening Conservatories begin Sep. 2021. Director of Admissions Chris Booth states: "This is an opportunity to receive a full or partial scholarship to attend the Atlantic Acting School. Tuition fees may apply." Seeking—Talented Actors (Lead): All Genders: 18. At Atlantic, you will master the internationally-revered Practical Aesthetics acting technique. You will learn what is needed to know to audition and book work in an extremely competitive industry (for both film & TV as well as theater). You will learn how to develop your own work and to prepare yourself to work for others. You will not only form your own theater company and produce and potentially star in a production at one of our performing spaces, but we will also help you to put together your actor's reel and teach you how to effectively market yourself in the 21st century. That, along with our robust alumni network, Off-Broadway audition opportunities and annual Alumni Showcase for industry leaders, give our graduates the competitive edge to succeed. It's the reason we say #AtlanticActorsWork! Got what it takes? Just follow the steps below to complete your application online at Seeking talent Nationwide. See application online for a detailed breakdown of application/audition requirements: For more info, visit: Important dates: Nov. 18 at 11:59 PM ET: All application materials must be received; Dec. 7–11: Callback auditions held via Zoom; Dec. 16: Practical Aesthetics Scholarship recipients announced; Feb. 2: Global Virtual Conservatory starts; Sep. 2021: Full-Time and Evening Conservatories start.

BACKSTAGE DARYL EISENBERG VIRTUAL SEMINAR – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 19 - Backstage Magazine is seeking participants for a free Backstage workshop with casting director Daryl Eisenberg. Are you interested in getting actionable tips on your latest self-tape from a professional casting director? You’re in luck! Casting director Daryl Eisenberg will be leading a Zoom session around self-tape success and giving constructive feedback all actors can apply to their own materials next month. For the chance to be selected for first-person assessment, send us a two–three-minute self-tape that you recorded during quarantine. A CD and managing partner at Eisenberg/Beans Casting, Eisenberg’s résumé includes work on Broadway, film festival darlings, hit TV series, and leading podcasts. She holds a BFA from Tisch School of the Arts/New York University and Playwrights Horizons Theater School. She is also a member of Casting Society of America. Note: This is an educational opportunity. This is not an audition, a "pre-read," nor does it present any advantage for future employment with the casting director. Remote (from home); workshop runs November TBD over zoom. No pay. Free event from Backstage. Seeking—Actors: 18+. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via For the chance to be selected for first-person assessment, send us a two–three minute self-tape that you recorded during quarantine.

VOICEOVER INTENSIVE MASTERCLASS SERIES With INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 21 - Performers Theatre Workshop is seeking participants for a four-part Voiceover Intensive Masterclass Series on Zoom. Elite performers are adapting to remote opportunities using one unique and versatile asset: their voice. Voiceover work is thriving. Voiceover experts will ensure students adopt skills and strategies they need for booking the gig. The series includes a tech prep ahead of each session, so each student can work one-on-one with PTW’s online tech crew and everyone feels prepared and pumped. See additional materials for class breakdown. Company states: "PTW’s Voiceover Intensive Series provides participants critical skills, best practices and strategies for becoming a VO powerhouse in the streaming age. For more information and to sign up for one or more masterclasses in the Voiceover Intensive Series, visit" Classes held remotely via Zoom on Oct. 4 and 18, Nov. 1 and 22, and Dec. 6, 10, and 13. See Class Breakdown for more into. No pay. Cost for each of the Masterclasses: $395 for Participants, and $75 for Auditors. Cost for either of the Panels is $195 (or $285 with coaching to help you prepare). Special Pricing Offer: Buy one, get one free. Seeking—Participant (Voiceover): 7-21, opportunity to work with top industry professionals to develop and showcase your acting skills and talent. Group instruction, one: one coaching, along with Q&A. Every participant will get direct feedback; Auditor (Voiceover): 7-21, may attend the Masterclass and learn from watching the group and one: one instruction of the participants. Auditors can submit questions via chat during the Q&A section. Seeking talent Worldwide. Masterclass participation is by audition. Submit to set up Zoom Audition and for registration information. Website:

ONLINE VOICE/SINGING LESSONS – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 21 - Melissa Ford Voice Studio is seeking students for online, private vocal instruction. Instructor states: "I specialize in technique rooted in voice science and health. My lessons are specifically tailored to meet each individual singer’s needs and goals. Inquire about our special discounted new student rate." Online lessons by appointment. Inquire for cost of lessons. Seeking—Voice Student: 6+, open to all ages and levels. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via or visit Submit to schedule a lesson.

VIRTUAL 'SIX' INTENSIVE w/SAMANTHA PAULY, CARRIE-ANN INGROUILLE & MORE – NOV. 21 DEADLINE - Werk With Bway is seeking participants for a virtual Six workshop intensive. Founder states: "Join the Queendom this summer and step up your audition game with the stars from B'way's hit musical Six! Work one-on-one in masterclasses with featured stars from B'way'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." Six Faculty Includes: Samantha Pauly (Katherine Howard in "Six" on Broadway & "Chicago," Eva Peron in Open Air Theatre's "Evita"); Carrie-Ann Ingrouille (Olivier Award nominated choreographer for "Six" on Broadway, "Chicago," UK)' Roberta Duchak (Musical Supervisor of "Six" on Broadway & "Chicago;" Resident music director at Drury Lane Theatre); Jamibeth Margolis (Broadway casting director for "Phantom of the Opera," "Cats," "Miss Saigon," "Les Misérables"); Miles J. Sternfeld (CEO/Founder of Werk With Broadway, Artistic Director of Cleveland Musical Theatre) and more "Six" artists to be announced soon. Intensive runs Dec. 19-23 from 10am-6pm online via Zoom. No pay. Tuition: $895. Seeking—Musical Theater Performers: All Genders; 13+. Seeking talent Worldwide. To register visit 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.

ONLINE TV/Film MASTERCLASS With TOP LEGIT AGENT Of DGRW AGENCY – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 27 - Acting And Voice Studios is seeking participants for an online masterclass. Synopsis: Work with Legit Agent, Kat Hargrave of DGRW Agency! This class will be held online through the Zoom platform. This will be a live, interactive class with a Q&A and the opportunity to perform for and get feedback from Kat. You will receive a link with the full recording of the class that you can view for educational purposes only. You will also be able to send us your headshot, resume, acting reel and anything else you would want Kat to see. Kat Hargrave is an Agent with DGRW (Douglas, Gorman, Rothacker, and Wilhelm, Inc. Talent Agency) and represents clients in television, film, and theatre. A former actor, Kat's life as an associate is devoted to developing real relationships with clients, investing in careers, and finding the diamonds that deserve to be in better rooms. If you've been overlooked because you didn't go to a "big" school, have been dropped by an agency that didn't invest in the longevity of your career, or are ready to make the transition from theatre to tv, Kat is well-versed in "making it happen". If you'd like to get to know her better, you can see her work on "The Obvious Path" (, a blog she has co-created dedicated to the artist journey. This live online masterclass will be held via Zoom on Nov. 18 from 5:30PM-7:30PM EST/2:30PM-4:30PM PST. No pay. The price to attend is $79. Seeking—Actors: 16+. Seeking talent Worldwide. To register, visit:

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 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.

ONLINE ACTING WORKSHOP: AUDITION TECHNIQUE And ACTING For SELF-TAPED And IN-PERSON AUDITIONS Via ZOOM – NOTICE EXPIRES DEC. 6 - Workshops and Coaching for Actors is seeking participants for a three-hour-long online workshop with Casting Director, Alison McBryde. Company states: "This workshop will help actors improve their audition technique and acting for self-taped and in-person auditions. Work on stronger, more professional, and creative auditions and performances. Actors with the Full Participation option will prepare a mock self-taped audition piece for review and critique. During the Workshop, they will go over the critique and notes and then have the opportunity to apply adjustments and perform for the group. 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 from both the technical and creative perspective. This workshop is open to actors of all levels from novice to experienced professional, 16-years-old and older. Actors between 12- and 15-years-old may attend as auditors only, with parental permission. Attendees are encouraged to submit questions prior to their workshop so that the session can be better tailored to the goals and concerns of their group. This workshop will be given in English." Webinar Schedule (available worldwide): Oct. 15, 8pm-11pm (EDT), Oct. 19, 3pm-6pm (EDT), Oct. 29, 7pm-10pm (EDT), Nov. 11, 6pm-9pm (EST), Nov. 19, 4pm-7pm (EST), Dec. 6, 2pm-5pm (EST). All times are US Eastern Daylight/Standard Time (EDT/EST - USA and Canada). Use an online time zone converter to confirm the local time in your area. Delivered via Zoom. Cost to participants (special discounted tuition): Full Participation - $54.95; Audit Only - $24.95. Seeking—Workshop Attendees/Audit Only: 12+, Actors under 18-years-old should have parental permission unless legally emancipated. Audit Only Details: ; Full Participant: 16+, Must be able to submit a self-taped mock audition for review and critique prior to the Workshop. No reader is required. "Audition" material will be emailed to you at least three days prior to Workshop. Full Participant Details: Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via or visit

QUARANTINE SELF-TAPE HELP – NOTICE EXPIRES DEC. 20 - Georgia & Josh is seeking actors who would like assistance with self-tapes. Coordinator states: "My name is Georgia and I have been a working actress for over a decade. I’ve been featured in shows from Comedy Central, MTV, NBC, and more! My boyfriend Joshua Carlon has also been a working actor for practically his whole life and is most known for his lead role in the Netflix Original comedy Richie Rich. He can be seen on The Goldbergs, Modern Family, Henry Danger, and much more! When quarantine began, we both realized how difficult it is to do self-tape auditions when you can’t get to a studio, or you don’t have anyone in your home that can read lines and truly connect with you at the same time! Josh has also worked on numerous sets behind the lens, assisting with camera and lighting, and I have been reading with and coaching friends for forever. So, we decided to combine our abilities and help out fellow actors who are either just beginning or are seasoned and just need a helping hand." Talent works remotely over Zoom or FaceTime. Coordinator states: "Any day or time that you need to tape the self-tape, please make sure to give us at least a day's notice and we will try our best to squeeze you in." No pay. Seeking—Actors Seeking Self-Tape Help (Lead): 4+. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via

AUDITION TO ON-SET INTENSIVE – NOTICE EXPIRES DEC. 31 - Premiere Talent Management & Production/Sony Pictures Entertainment is casting a four week audition to on-set intensive with casting director/talent manager Matt Roberts. Production states: "This is a four-week online/Zoom intensive covering the entire 'Audition to On-Set' training process, specifically targeting the new 'normal' of mastering virtual auditions/callbacks and self-tape auditions (the audition trend that will remain for the foreseeable future due to COVID safety mandates). 'Auditioning' training: self-tape auditions; virtual auditions/callbacks/chemistry reads; script analysis; character and script breakdowns' necessary production values and performance essentials to draw the casting directors in within the first few seconds. 'On-Set' training: performance direction and redirection; camera and stage blocking; pick-ups and inserts; on-set etiquette expected and required of all actors for television and film. Emmy Award winner Matt Roberts trains actors based on his years in the industry as a producer, Casting Director, and Talent Manager. Matt knows exactly what it takes to book the audition offices and show up on set with everything that is expected of all actors in today's entertainment industry reality. Matt and Daniel are always on the lookout for new, up-and-coming talent for theatrical representation as well as current and upcoming projects they are casting and producing." Works Tues. (weekly, 7pm) over Zoom. No pay. Fee: $250. Seeking—Actors/Actresses (Lead): All Genders, 18-80. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via or contact the agency. Submit for all registration details and scripted material to prepare for your first session. Include a brief cover letter with your union status (SAG, SAG-e, Non-Union) and whether you are currently represented or seeking theatrical representation.

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 or visit

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

YOUTH TALENT SHOWCASE – JAN. 16-17 – WASHINGTON DC - MdM Artists Group is seeking youth talent for a youth talent showcase with talent agencies in New York. Company states: "Come experience 'the real deal' your connection to real agents and real contracts. The team at MdM Artists Group invites you to audition and take part in its 33rd Youth Talent Workshop and Panel Discussion. Over 175 contracts have been awarded to talent at top agencies in NYC & LA including: A-3 Artists Agency, BMG Model & Talent, CESD, Carson-Adler Agency, Clear Talent Group, Innovative Artists, Jordan, Gill & Dornbaum, Paradigm Talent Agency and more!" Works in DC. No pay. Unpaid. Seeking—Talent: All Genders; 6-26. Seeking talent from Washington DC; Annapolis MD; Arlington, Richmond, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Ashburn VA; Baltimore, Columbia, Towson, Silver Spring MD. Auditions Jan. 16-17 in Washington DC. To learn more, visit the website:

SELF-TAPED AUDITION TECHNIQUE And ACTING WORKSHOP, ONLINE – NOTICE EXPIRES JAN. 31 - Workshops and Coaching for Actors is seeking participants for a three-hour-long online audition technique and acting for self-taped and in-person auditions via Zoom. The workshop is with Casting Director, Alison McBryde. Company states: "This workshop will help actors improve their audition technique and acting for self-taped and in-person auditions. Work on stronger, more professional, and creative auditions and performances. Actors with the Full Participation option will prepare a mock self-taped audition piece for review and critique. During the Workshop, they will go over the critique and notes and then have the opportunity to apply adjustments and perform for the group. This workshop is open to actors of all levels from novice to experienced professional, 16-years-old and older. Actors between 12- and 15-years-old may attend as auditors only, with parental permission. Attendees are encouraged to submit questions prior to their workshop so that the session can be better tailored to the goals and concerns of their group. This workshop will be given in English." Workshop Oct. 29 from 7pm-10pm EDT, Nov. 11 from 6pm-9pm EST, Nov. 19 from 4pm-7pm EST, Dec. 6 from 2pm-5pm EST via Zoom. Class states: "Note: Some dates have times listed in EDT and some have EST. Use an online time zone converter to confirm the local time in your area." Seeking—Full Participant in Workshop: 16+, must be able to submit a self-taped mock audition for review and critique prior to the Workshop. No reader is required. "Audition" material will be emailed to you at least three days prior to Workshop; Audit Only Workshop Attendee: 12+, actors under 18-years-old should have parental permission unless legally emancipated. No pay. Fee: $54.95 fee is required for full participation; $24.95 required to audit only. Seeking talent Worldwide. For details go registering visit To sign up to audit only visit

ONLINE ACTING COACH LA With CUSTOM MONOLOGUES – NOTICE EXPIRES MAY 31 - Online Acting Coach LA is seeking participants for classes/workshops. Company states: "Looking for a monologue written just for you? You've come to the right place. Like any good athlete, everyone needs a coach. Looking for passionate actors for coaching sessions and workshops. Limited space available for Los Angeles studio classes. From working pros to enthusiastic novices, each lesson is catered to your skill level. Curriculum includes character building, world building, focus exercises and memorization tricks! Learn from working professionals who know the ins and out of the industry and get better every time." Coaching sessions are online. No pay. $60/hr. pay as you go; $200 for a four-session bundle; or $380 for eight sessions. Backstage Discount. Seeking—Acting Student: 7-30. Seeking talent Nationwide. Note your interest/experience. Space is limited. More info at


GREENBRIER SPRINGHOUSE ENTERTAINER – NOTICE EXPIRES NOV. 26 - The Greenbrier is seeking one baritone-bass for immediate hire in the Greenbrier Resort's Fall 2020-Spring Season 2021. About the company: The Greenbrier Resort is a 5-star resort located in White Sulphur Springs WV. The Springhouse Entertainers perform a series of cabarets, waltz’s, and a cappella sets throughout the year as well as various gigs in the community. Works fall 2020-spring 2021 at the Greenbier Resort in White Sulphur Springs WV. Note: All guidelines required by COVID-19 will be followed. Professional Pay: $600/week. Seeking—Bass-Baritone (Chorus/Ensemble): Male, 18-40, to perform the grand waltz, tea waltz, a capella sets, cabarets, serenades, singing telegrams, and other performances around the resort throughout the year! Think "Cruise Ship on Land"! Seeking qualified performers with cabaret experience, ability to read music, a cappella experience; should be good team player that is willing to grow with the Greenbrier’s Entertainment program. Must be self-motivated with a good attitude and have a driver's license and your own vehicle. Seeking talent Nationwide. For consideration, submit performance reels, headshot, resume, references and your availability. Must include all the requested info for consideration. For more info, visit

SIX FLAGS AMERICA – NOTICE EXPIRES JAN. 1 – UPPER MARLBORO MD - Six Flags America is looking for skilled and experienced individuals to join its award-winning Entertainment Team. Rehearsals begin in late February 2020/early March 2020. This opportunity is located in Upper Marlboro MD. Pay is based on experience. Seeking—Male Vocalist (Lead): 18+; Six Flags America is looking for skilled and experienced individuals to join our award-winning Entertainment Team as a Singer. Singers engage and entertain all park guests through performances in shows and meet & greets. Specific Duties and Responsibilities: AUDITION REQUIRED; Perform choreographed routines in accordance with Company and Brand guidelines; Meet and greet all park patrons throughout all operating days; Make appearances at special park functions; Assist in costume maintenance and repair; Maintain the highest standards of safety; Be a punctual and reliable member of the team; Escort and assist costumed characters around the park; Requires keeping your work location and the park clean and sanitary for all guests and team members; Occasionally serve as an usher for other entertainment venues in the park; Maintain professional standards in accordance with all Six Flags policies; Other duties as assigned. Reporting Structure: Reports directly to the Entertainment Supervisors; Skills and Qualifications: Successfully pass an audition; Must be able to stand for long extended periods of time in varied weather conditions, including heat and rain; Must be at least 16 years old. Positive attitude and work ethic; Height and weight requirements for proper fit in costumes; Have a good attitude, good appearance, and participate as a member of the team; Will be required to work various shifts as project and park needs dictate, including nights, weekends and holidays; Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal; Must have the ability to walk, crouch, bend, stoop, kneel and lift up to forty pounds occasionally. Seeking talent Nationwide. Apply via or visit In addition to your application, you must email your headshot and audio/video reel to Jamie Faschingbauer, for consideration.