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Updated: January 27

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BAND SEEKING TALENT – NOTICE EXPIRES JAN. 31 - JV Agency is seeking professional singers and musicians for NYC and Miami bands for 2023 special and private events. Production states: "Must have excellent stage presence, memorization skills, and the ability to move well and learn choreography. Seeking music directors, male and female vocalists, drummers, guitarist, bass player, pianist, DJ." Works in NYC and MIA, location TBD. Pays $500 (Flat Rate) for Musicians; $700 (Flat Rate) for Musical Director. Seeking—Male Vocalist: Lead, 18+, Must be able to sing multi-genre songs and learn a songlist weekly for special and private events; Female Vocalist: Lead, 18+, Must be able to sing multi-genre songs and learn a songlist weekly for special and private events; Musical Director: Lead, 18+, Playing an Instrument. Having a comprehensive understanding of music is a must. Music theory & composition. Able to successfully lead the band with confidence and knowledge through a 4-hour+ show. Seeking talent from New York NY; Miami FL. Apply via Backstage.com Submit 2-3 minutes performance reel.

SPRING CABARET SHOWCASES At ‘DON’T TELL MAMA’ – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 6 - Seth Productions is seeking singers for Don't Tell Mama, Fall Cabaret Showcases. Company states: "BroadwayWorld & ASCAP+ award-winning off-Broadway composer/lyricist Seth Bisen-Hersh ('Love Quirks') is seeking singers for his spring talent showcase cabarets at Midtown Manhattan's renowned cabaret club Don't Tell Mama. Looking for musical theater performers who want more exposure and experience in front of a live audience with a live pianist. Performers sing two songs, talk in between and receive HD1080p videos of their performances a few hours after the show. Industry guests are encouraged and comped; agents have signed and casting directors have cast talent before. The longest-running showcase series of its kind, Bisen-Hersh has produced, emceed, and accompanied over 700 showcases in the last 16 years featuring over 4,000 singers, dozens who have gone on to Broadway or TV." Rehearses the days of the show (3:55-6:15pm) with singers in 20-minute slots; weekly shows are Tuesday at 7pm: February 7, 14; March 7, 14, 21, 28; April 4, 11, 18, 25; May 2, 9, 16 & 23, and Monday, February 27 at Don't Tell Mama (343 W. 46th St, NYC). Company states: "Singers usually start on just one night, but are welcome to do as many as they like after that." Not Paid. Producer states: "Singers bring six people who pay a $20 cover and $20 food/drink minimum. If they don't have six people, performers owe $17 per person under six: but at zero people, they owe at most $100 which is the cap; one person: $85; two: $68; three: $51; four: $34; five: $17; 6 or more: $0. The cover charges cover all the club, pianist, and videographer fees." Seeking—Musical Theater Singer: Lead, All Genders, 18-88. Seeking talent from New York City NY. For consideration, send a headshot, resume, and a video link (not a video file) to set up a phone interview. For more info, go to http://www.sethbh.com/showcases3

‘CRACKING UP In The VALLEY’™ - NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 11 - Just Be You Performing Arts & Productions is casting Cracking Up in the Valley™, a comedy show and original production by Mahogany Reynolds, of Just Be You Performing Arts and Productions. This will be a show featuring emerging and aspiring female comedians in the Lehigh Valley and surrounding areas of Pennsylvania. The event features live music. Also seeking a singer to perform two songs in the genre of jazz or R&B, and models to runway walk during the fashion show portion of the event. Production states: "Our first two shows in 2022 sold out and were a huge success." Performs Feb. 14 at 8PM at SteelStacks ArtsQuest Visitor's Center in Bethlehem PA. Pays $25-$50 flat rate. Pay for a singer depends on a number of songs booked to sing. Seeking—Singer: Lead, 18+, Seeking a talented singer with excellent stage presence to perform two songs in the genre of jazz or R&B with a theme appropriate for Valentine's Day. Seeking talent from Easto, PA; Newark NJ; Bethlehem PA; New York City, Brooklyn NY; Edison NJ; Allentown, Nazareth PA; Bound Brook, Jersey City, Hoboken, Woodbridge NJ; Philadelphia PA; Montclair NJ; Lancaster, Whitehall Township, Whitehall PA. apply via backstage.com Singers send a link to their audio recordings singing and a headshot.

SPANISH LANGUAGE SINGER – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 15 - Vocal Ease, Inc. is seeking professional singers to perform popular Spanish language songs. Production states: "Professional singers with a repertoire that includes popular Spanish language songs from the 1940’s to more current are being sought to perform with Vocal Ease, a nonprofit singing organization that entertains New York City senior citizens at hospitals, nursing homes, senior centers and senior residences. Scheduling to perform with Vocal Ease is extremely flexible and performing with the group is an opportunity to work with dozens of professional singers and musicians. An outstanding pianist and drummer accompany the cast of singers for all shows. A brief rehearsal is held directly before each performance. Singing with Vocal Ease is an opportunity to share your talent while enriching the lives of New York City’s senior demographic, whose deep appreciation is unsurpassed. Vocal Ease has performed more than 2,200 shows since being founded in 1999 and is the recipient of the Manhattan Association of Cabaret and Clubs (MAC) Board of Directors Award. Most Vocal Ease performances are throughout Manhattan and occur on weekday afternoons. A small minority of our shows are in Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx. Performances are throughout the year and scheduling to perform with the group is very flexible. Not Paid. Please note that all singers generously volunteer to perform with the group. Seeking—Singer: Lead, 18-90. Seeking talent from New York City NY; New York NY. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://www.vocaleaseinc.org For consideration, submit links to recent performance clips with application.

MOTOWN SINGER – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 16 - Vocal Ease, Inc is seeking professional singers to perform popular Motown, Soul and R&B songs. Production states: "Vocal Ease is a nonprofit singing organization that entertains New York City senior citizens at hospitals, nursing homes, senior centers and senior residences. Scheduling to perform with Vocal Ease is extremely flexible and performing with the group is an opportunity to work with dozens of professional singers and musicians. An outstanding pianist and drummer accompany the cast of singers for all shows. A brief rehearsal is held directly before each performance. Singing with Vocal Ease is an opportunity to share your talent while enriching the lives of New York City’s senior demographic, whose deep appreciation is unsurpassed. Vocal Ease has performed more than 2,200 shows since being founded in 1999 and is the recipient of the Manhattan Association of Cabaret and Clubs (MAC) Board of Directors Award. Vocal Ease performance dates and times vary and are ongoing throughout the year. Singers perform with the group based on their availability and generally perform with the group once a month or less. The vast majority of the group's shows are in Manhattan on weekday afternoons." Most Vocal Ease performances are throughout Manhattan and occur mostly on weekday afternoons. A small percentage of shows are in Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx. Not Paid. Please note that all singers generously volunteer to perform with the group. Seeking—Singer: Lead, 18-90. Seeking talent from New York City NY; New York NY. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://www.vocaleaseinc.org For consideration, submit links to recent performance clips with application.

‘The COMEBACK CABARET’ – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 17 - The Drama Company NYC is casting The Comeback Cabaret, a live cabaret performance at Don't Tell Mama in New York City, featuring pop or musical theater songs for The Drama Company NYC. Production states: "We are very excited to bring back the successful Don't Tell Mama cabaret series we had in 2021 and early 2022. Check our Sizzle reel below to see some amazing moments. Every performer will get up on stage and perform a full song for an audience. The cabaret will also be filmed in 6K and will be streamed online for a few days following the live performance." Runs and techs for multiple January and February 2023 dates in NYC. Not Paid. Production states: "We feel very fortunate to be able to produce this cabaret without asking performers for an entry fee. We hope that all performers sell at least four tickets to friends and family (either in person or for the virtual stream) to help us continue producing these talent showcases. As long as performers meet our ticket goals, they will receive 6K video quality footage of their performance on stage free of charge." Seeking—Musical Theater/Pop Performer: Lead, All Genders, 8+, Production states: "All ages are welcome to apply. Have a pop or musical theater song prepared (duets are also encouraged), with a YouTube backing track or pre-recorded accompaniment available. Also looking for songwriters to perform their original songs. Performers can also accompany themselves and play the piano, guitar or ukulele. Do not feel restrained by casting types or gender constructs. Sing the song you've always wanted to sing." Seeking talent from New York City NY; New York NY. Apply via backstage.com or http://tdcnyc.org/ For consideration, submit online. Production states: "If selected talent will be sent further instructions. Musical theater and pop performers, singers, and songwriters of all types are encouraged to submit. Performers need to be vaccinated. No audition is required."

WEDDING BAND SINGERS – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 19 - ADM Talent is seeking singers (in the NYC/Long Island/NJ and surrounding areas) for a wedding band. Performs May in NYC. Seeking—Singers: Lead, All Genders, 18-45. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via backstage.com For consideration, submit 1 or more video links singing any pop/rock/R&B/dance/top 40 music from any decade from the '70s to today.

‘HIGH STEPPIN’ COUNTRY’ – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 24 - PG Productions is casting High Steppin' Country, The Grand Strand’s longest running liveshow. High Steppin’ Country is a high-energy, two-hour variety show with five different sections featuring a range of music in SC's only oceanfront amphitheater. The first section is always something different, the 80's, Elvis, jersey boys, dream girls, and beach are some examples, the second section is legendary or 90's country, the third is a gospel section, the fourth is a new country, and lastly is patriotic. Auditions, rehearses and runs at Lakewood Camping Resort in Myrtle Beach SC. Pays $2,250/Week. Pay and expected weeks provided above do not include rehearsal times or rehearsal pay and are just an estimation for show pay. Performers would receive a separate stipend for rehearsals. Performers are also offered a job at the campground if needed. Seeking—Vocalist: Lead, All Genders, 16-35, Paid performer. Have three one minute songs prepared. One upbeat, ballad, and country; Vocalist-Dancer: Lead, 16-35, Paid performer. Singer and dancer. To audition please perform a one-minute dance routine. This can be a reel of something you’ve done in another performance, but it can also be something new. No tapping, please. Wear dance attire (you may change for your vocal audition if you wish). Sing and perform a one-minute section of three different songs: • Up tempo of your choice. • Ballad • Country of your choice. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via backstage.com or visit LakewoodCampground Production states: "These are the required guidelines for all auditionees in this order: 1. Introduction: In addition to your name and age, tell us a little bit about yourself. You may want to share something about your entertainment experience and vocal and, or dance training. We realize that virtual auditions aren’t easy, but through the process, do the best you can to show us not just your talent, but also your performance ability. During your introduction let us know about any conflict date(s) and time(s) that you have beginning mid-May and ending on Labor Day weekend. Include your school obligations if any. Also, provide if you would need housing. 2. Perform a one-minute dance routine. This can be a reel of something you’ve done in another performance, but it can also be something new. No tapping. Wear dance attire, you may change for your vocal audition if you wish. 3. Sing and perform a one-minute section of three different songs: Up tempo of your choice. Ballad. Country of your choice. Choose your songs carefully and edit them to show us the most dynamic part of the song. We want to hear your vocal range. We want to reiterate that this show is located in Myrtle Beach, SC and you would need to be available for the rehearsal process and show run in full."

HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL THEATER SHOWCASE – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 28 - Next Stop Broadway is casting for an NYC musical theater high school showcase. Performers will sing two solos throughout the show chosen from a list of specifically selected songs for each singer. Many of the songs will be songs that fit them perfectly. Rehearsals TBD in midtown Manhattan; private direction over Zoom; runs in Spring at NY Major Club, NYC. Not Paid. Cast will receive a performance video and photos. Seeking—Featured Soloist: 14-18, The show will feature eight soloists who will sing two solos throughout the show and a finale. Must be excellent at harmony; Featured Singers: Lead, 11-14, The show will feature eight soloists who will sing two specifically selected solos that match each singer well and a finale. Must be an experienced singer and performer with a good ear for harmony; Featured Singers: Lead, 11-14, NYC Musical Theater Showcase with Award-Winning NYC Music Director at Major Club. This will be a spring show scheduled around cast availability. The cast will sing 2 solos throughout the show specifically chosen for each singer and a cast finale with solo parts and challenging harmony. 2 NYC rehearsals scheduled around cast availability including private sessions with Director and Music Director . Private direction session with Director will be on Zoom before the in person rehearsals. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via backstage.com or visit https://www.facebook.com/NYshowcases For consideration submit two videos of a full Musical Theater ballad and a full Uptempo song. Note: Performance videos will be accepted if they are of solos and the video and audio quality is very clear.

‘The DAYS Of 98 SHOW’ – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 28 - Gold Rush Productions, Inc. is casting The Days Of '98 Show. Note: Seeking singers, actors, dancers, and piano players. Synopsis: An Alaskan tradition since 1923, this vaudevillian-style musical entertains audiences with the tale of Jefferson Randolph "Soapy” Smith, Alaska's most notorious outlaw. The Days of '98 Show features turn-of-the-century tunes, original music, gold rush humor, and The Cancan. Runs mid-April-late September in Skagway AK. Pays $8,000-$10,000/month. Travel and lodging provided. Seeking—“Belle Davenport:” Lead, Female, 21-40, The madame and Soapy's mistress. We are seeking a strong actor-singer who dances and can easily move from drama to comedy. Belle embodies the heart, strength, charm, and compassion of the show. Must be comfortable with audience interaction. Belt mix. Soprano; “Squirrel Tooth Alice:” Lead, Female, 21-40, Dancehall girl, maneater, spitfire. We are seeking a comedic actor who sings and dances well. Must be comfortable with audience interaction. Belt mix; “Soapy Smith:” Lead, Male, 21-40, A charming and manipulative con man, both hero and villain. Must be comfortable with audience interaction and delivering monologues. Must grow full beard. We are seeking a strong actor who can sing and move. Soapy Smith is a historical figure and the show is based on the real events of his life and death. Baritone; Pianist who Sings: Lead, All Genders, 21-40, An onstage character. The pianist accompanies the entire performance, has a few lines, and sings with the ensemble for one group song. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via backstage.com or visit http://thedaysof98show.com For consideration, submit a headshot and resume, as well as note dance training and experience, along with a video link to a vocal audition, and a self-tape. Female actors, singers, and dancers: Submit a video performing two contrasting songs: 16 bars of a ballad that shows both vocal skills, range, and acting ability, and 16 bars of a song that shows vocal skill and comedic style. Male actors who sing: Submit a video performing the sides provided and 16 bars of a ballad that shows vocal skill and range. Pianists: Submit a video performing the A and B sections of one Joplin rag.

NYC MUSICAL THEATER JUNIOR SHOWCASE – NOTICE EXPIRES MAR. 31 - Next Stop Broadway is casting for an NYC Showcase at Major NY Club with Award-Winning NYC Music Director. The Showcase will feature 8 singers who will sing two solos throughout the show and a finale. There will be two rehearsals in the city with private sessions with cast members and Music Director and Director. The finale rehearsals will be on the same days. Songs will be suggested for singers by the director and will find songs the singers are excited to work on. Rehearsals TBD in Spring in midtown Manhattan NY. Not Paid. The cast will receive video and photos of the show. Seeking—Featured Singers: Lead, 11-19, Must have performance experience and sing very well. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via backstage.com or visit NextStopBroadway For consideration include a headshot and send a full Musical Theater ballad and a full uptempo song and a cover letter with age, location, email, and cell number on it. Note: The video must be recent. Performance videos will be accepted if they are of a solo and the audio and video quality is very clear.

GAYLE’s BROADWAY ROSE – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 29 - Gayle's Broadway Rose is seeking Broadway vocalists for Gayle's Broadway Rose restaurant. Coordinator states: "Seeking super talented Broadway musical singers to become part of our team. We are a new restaurant concept featuring aspiring Broadway performers as singing waiters and waitresses. Hiring for full- and part-time positions. Will train to be a server; no wait staff experience necessary." Work dates TBD in NYC. Pays $15-30/hr. Seeking—Singing Waters and Watresses: Lead, All Genders, 18+, Must be energetic and able to interact well with guests and other team members; will also collaborate with other team members to create and choreograph musical performances for guests. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via backstage.com For consideration, submit a resume, headshot, and video of your best Broadway genre song. Auditions ongoing.

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL THEATRE SHOWCASE – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 31, 2023 - Next Stop Broadway is casting a Junior High School musical theatre showcase. The showcase will feature eight singers from the NYC Tri-State area singing two solos and a finale. Rehearsals will be scheduled around the cast's availability. Two private rehearsals will be held in Midtown, NYC for solo work and finale rehearsal with the cast. One private direction session with Director will be held remotely via Zoom. Runs TBD in NYC. Not Paid. Seeking—Featured Singers: Lead, 11-14. Seeking talent from Huntington, New York NY. Apply via backstage.com For consideration, submit two recently recorded full Musical Theater songs (one uptempo song, and one ballad.), along with a headshot, resume, age, contact information, and location. Performance videos will be accepted if the solo can be heard very clearly.

‘CABARET SERIES’ – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 7, 2023 - Classic Theatre of Maryland is seeking guest vocalists for a monthly cabaret series. Production states: "Classic Theatre of Maryland's does one cabaret each month accompanied by the Unified Jazz Ensemble. CTM's popular Cabaret Series are fully staged productions." Two rehearsals per cabaret, one being a week before the show and one at 3PM the day of the show; performs Jan. 9, Feb. 13, March 13, April 10, May 15, June 5, July 10 and Aug. 7, 2023 in Annapolis MD. Pays flat rate of $250 for rehearsal and performance. Seeking—Guest Vocalist: Lead, All Genders, 18+, Seeking trained jazz vocalists for guest slots in our upcoming 2022-23 Cabaret Series. Submit a 32 bar cut of a jazz standard. Seeking talent from Annapolis MD; New York NY; Washington DC; Baltimore MD; Philadelphia PA; Arlington VA. Apply via https://classictheatremaryland.org or Backstage.com Submit a vocal audition of a 32 bar cut of a jazz standard as well as the cabaret dates that you are available for. Note there will be one rehearsal a week before each cabaret (in some cases a few days before). You do not need to be available for all cabarets dates. Singers of all ethnicities are encouraged to submit. All cabaret performers are paid.

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2023 LOTTE LENYA COMPETITION – NOTICE EXPIRES JAN. 25, 2023 - Kurt Weill Foundation is casting a singing competition unlike any other, in which acting counts as much as vocal talent. The Lotte Lenya Competition welcomes talented singers-actors to show they can "do it all" by presenting four contrasting theatrical songs and arias. To celebrate the Competition's 25th year, top prize is now $25,000. More than $100,000 in total prizes will be distributed during the 2023 Competition, with individual prizes awarded after each of the preliminary, semifinal, and final rounds. Production states: "Application/video audition deadline: Jan. 25, 2023. Semifinals: Thurs., Mar. 16, or Fri., Mar. 17, 2023, New York NY, Finals: Sat., Apr. 29, 2023, The Eastman School of Music, Rochester NY." Seeking—Singer-Actor: 19-32; The 2023 Competition is open to singing actors of all nationalities born between 1 January 1990 and 1 March 2004 (c. 19-32). Apply via Backstage.com or visit http://kwf.org/LLC For consideration, the application must be submitted online with a video audition of the complete repertoire. Contestants must prepare four contrasting selections, total duration not to exceed 15 minutes. A theatrical selection (any genre) by Kurt Weill; A song from a musical written before 1968; A song from a musical written in/after 1968; A selection from an opera or operetta.

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SONGS Of SOLOMON CHOIR AUDITIONS – JAN. 28, 30-31- Songs of Solomon Choir is seeking students in grades 6-12 for auditions for the Songs of Solomon Choir. Runs TBD in NYC Not Paid. Seeking—Performers: All genders, 13-18. Note: A parent or legal guardian must accompany all minors. Auditions for Students in Grades 6-12 by appointment Jan 28 from 3PM-7PM ET; Auditions for High School Students by appointment Jan 30 from 10AM-2PM ET & Jan 31 from 10AM-2PM ET at Carnegie Hall (881 7th Avenue, New York City NY 10019). Seeking talent from Brooklyn, New York City NY. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://Sosinspires.org For consideration, submit a headshot and video or audio reel.

The UNITED STATES ARMY BAND ‘PERSHING’S OWN,’ VOCALISTS – NOTICE EXPIRES JAN. 30 - United States Army Band Pershing's Own is seeking vocalists. Rehearses and runs TBD in Fort Myer, VA. Total Pay: $66,899-$74,207 annual salary. Seeking—Soprano Vocalist: Chorus/Ensemble, 18-34, Main duties include rehearsals and performances with The U.S. Army Chorus as an ensemble member and soloist, as well as opportunities to be featured with the Concert Band, Orchestra, Strolling Strings, and other ensembles of The U.S. Army Band "Pershing’s Own." Members also undertake collateral duties as needed in support of the day-to-day operations of the unit; Alto Vocalist: Chorus/Ensemble, 18-34, Main duties include rehearsals and performances with The U.S. Army Chorus as an ensemble member and soloist, as well as opportunities to be featured with the Concert Band, Orchestra, Strolling Strings, and other ensembles of The U.S. Army Band "Pershing’s Own." Members also undertake collateral duties as needed in support of the day-to-day operations of the unit. Auditions held for Sopranos by appointment May 27 and for Altos on Mar. 28 at Brucker Hall (400 McNair Rd., Fort Myer VA 22211-1306). Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via backstage.com For consideration, submit a one-page resume (PDF), including current email, home address, phone number, and birthdate. Note: Current enlisted military applicants must also include their Enlisted Records Brief (or equivalent), Commander's Letter of Intent to Release, and last two NCOERs (if applicable.) For the pre-screening, include links to unedited video recordings of the listed repertoire. Videos should be uploaded to a publicly accessible sharing site such as YouTube and may be flagged as "unlisted" if desired. Each excerpt should be submitted as a separate video link; creating a playlist of the excerpts is encouraged. Current video recordings of the following: contrasting selections demonstrating the commercial vocal capability: one selection from the top 100 (pop, rock, R&B, country, jazz); one contemporary musical theatre selection (post-1970); contrasting selections demonstrating classical vocal capability; one aria or art song; one golden age musical theatre selection (pre-1970); and the national anthem, unaccompanied in the key of choice.

US NAVY BAND SEA CHANTERS CHORUS – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 27 - United States Navy Band Sea Chanters Chorus is seeking vocalists for the Sea Chanters Chorus. The Sea Chanters is the United States Navy’s official chorus and performs a variety of music including traditional choral music, sea chanteys, patriotic fare, opera, Broadway, and contemporary music. Based in Washington, D.C., the Sea Chanters perform for the President, Vice President, and numerous congressional, military, and foreign dignitaries. In addition to national tours and concerts in the Washington area, the Sea Chanters can frequently be found at the center of our most important national events, at the White House and U.S. Capitol, as well as at NFL and other professional sporting events. The live audition will take place at the Washington Navy Yard in Washington DC on Friday, April 14, 2023, and is by invitation only, following recording review. Starting salary for a new member of the U.S. Navy Band is $66,900-$74,208 plus 30 days paid leave annually and full benefits for members and their dependents. Members may also be eligible for the Student Loan Repayment Program (LRP), which pays up to $65,000 toward student loan debt. Those selected for positions in the U.S. Navy Band are advanced to the pay grade of E-6 (Musician First Class) following recruit training, under a contract for permanent assignment to the U.S. Navy Band, Washington DC. Seeking—Bass Vocalist: Lead, 18-39, Must demonstrate strong stage presence and solo technique in a variety of styles; excellent choral technique, ensemble sensitivity, and advanced sight-reading ability. Note: Versatility is a key quality of any successful candidate. Maintain the integrity of each chosen musical style, as the Sea Chanters require skills and strengths in many different genres and musical contexts. The applicant's ability to display this versatility is paramount throughout the process. Applicants must choose a repertoire that will highlight their strengths and particular proficiency; Tenor, Baritone or Bass Vocalist: Lead, 18-41, Note: Versatility is a key quality of any successful candidate. Maintain the integrity of each chosen musical style, as the Sea Chanters require skills and strengths in many different genres and musical contexts. The applicant's ability to display this versatility is paramount throughout the process. Applicants must choose a repertoire that will highlight their strengths and particular proficiency. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). For consideration, applicants must fill out the U.S. Navy Band Audition Application (current military members only - send a Letter of Endorsement to usnbauditions@us.navy.mil); and submit a preliminary audio recording. After completing step one, applicants will receive email correspondence from a Navy Band auditions manager, including instructions on how to upload their recordings. Requirements for preliminary repertoire can be found on the website. For the preliminary audition, submit three selections based on the following guidelines: one selection must be in a language other than English; one example must be from “Golden Age” musical theatre (pre-1970, legit style), art song, opera, or oratorio; two contrasting selections demonstrating commercial capability (e.g. pop, gospel, jazz, R&B, country, Latin, contemporary musical theatre, etc.) It is important to reply to all email correspondence in a timely manner in order to successfully complete the registration, confirm attendance at the audition and provide vaccination status. For more info, visit https://www.navyband.navy.mil/career-opportunities/usnb-auditions

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‘MISS SAIGON’ – VIDEO SUBMISSION DUE JAN. 27 - White Plains Performing Arts Center is casting Miss Saigon, a musical. Claude-Michel Schonberg, music; Richard Maltby Jr., Alain Boublil, lyrics; Michael Mahler, additional lyrics; Production states: "We are seeking a multi-ethnic cast of Union and NON-Union performers with fantastic singing, acting, and dancing abilities to play principal and supporting roles. Miss Saigon is an epic, stunning adaptation of Puccini’s opera, 'Madame Butterfly,' by the writers behind 'Les Miserables.' Rehearsals begin March 27 within 10am-6pm range in NYC(actors are called only when needed); tech April 8-13 in White Plains; runs April 14-16, 20-23, 27-30 and May 3-7 (3-4 performances/week) in White Plains, NY. **3-4 shows/week. LORT-LOA Contract. Total of 3-4 performances/week. $510/week min for AEA actors + Pension/6 health weeks. Non-union: Fee Min. of $1,800min+ (based on role) + EMC Points. Theatre anticipates having four total AEA contracts available for this production. Please note there is no housing for this production. Travel via MNR provided, The theater is located 35 min from NYC via train or car. Seeking—“Kim:” Lead, A young and naïve, but strong-willed Vietnamese girl who becomes Chris' lover. She is an orphan and has been forced to work at a local club. Gender: Female (AAPI) Age: 20 to 27 Vocal range: E3-D5; “Chris;” Lead, A young, American G.I. sergeant about to leave Saigon to return to America who unexpectedly falls in love with Kim. He is married to Ellen and is a tormented soul. Gender: Male Age: 20 to 30 Vocal range: C3-B4; “Ellen:” Lead, Chris' sensible American wife, who struggles to connect with her husband and find the truth. Gender: Female Age: 20 to 30 Vocal range: F3-E5; Engineer: Lead, The owner of the "Dreamland" club. He is half-Vietnamese and half-French. Sleazy and ruthless. Gender: Male (AAPI) Age: 35 to 50 Vocal range: B-flat2 to A-flat4; “John:” Supporting, Chris' best friend and an American G.I. who later becomes an activist. Gender: Male Age: 25 to 35 Vocal range: A-flat2 to B4; Ensemble: Chorus/Ensemble, All Genders, Club Girls (All Women are AAPI). Hustlers; Marines; Tourists; Soldiers; Vendors (males, any ethnicity). All should be excellent singers and strong dancers/movers. Acro abilities a plus but not required. Videos are due January 27. SUBMIT VIDEOS TO: https://airtable.com/shrYHoU2CJcJIBVET Prepare a song from the show (highly preferred) or in the style of the show. A few options provided should you want to use those selections but are happy to have you provide your own cut. Material link
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/yosc3qvo6piu7pa/AACmJXC4X_EsS4y5nd1MHt3qa?dl=0 Videos must be uploaded to (youtube, vimeo etc) and sent as a link.
Videos must be uploaded to (YouTube, Vimeo etc.) and sent as a link. No password protected videos etc. Include Headshot and Resume (In one file not separate files) In your recording, slate your name, union status, Make sure we see as much of you as possible. Accompaniment should be played on a separate device and be sure there is no editing, effects etc to your vocal recording.

‘UNLIKELY ANGELS’ – NOTICE EXPIRES JAN. 27 - creativeworshipINK is casting Unlikely Angels, the musical. Synopsis: This musical follows a group of teens dealing with personal issues like mental illnesses, homelessness, and teen pregnancy. This musical shows how they find peace and acceptance in the midst of it all with the help of the most unlikely people. creativeworshipINK (CWI) is a Faith-Based/ Family-friendly community theater. We are not the bible-thumping, you have to believe everything we believe type, BUT we do ask for you to respect that we are in fact faith-based. Some plays/ musicals may be more forward than others, but our overall goal is to put on shows that everyone can enjoy and relate to. Rehearses Fall and Winter 2022 in NYC on Saturdays and some weekdays (planned based on schedules). Show Dates January 27, 28, 2023. Deferred Pay. Production states: "During rehearsals: local transportation allowance and meals provided for rehearsals over 2 hours. Showtime: You will be given compensation for show dates." Seeking—“Student #7:” Lead, Female, 18+, Strong singing role; has low self-esteem and is a loner does not share that she wears hearing aids for fear of being bullied; smart, compassionate. Looking for Actors, Singers, and Dancers. For consideration, include your resume, and headshot, dancers please submit a reel with the submission. Production status: "Be prepared to sing at your audition. Choose a song from one of the following musicals: 'Mama mia!,' 'Mis Sigon,' 'Les Miserables,' or 'The Greatest Showman.'" -For the acting and singing requirement, a minute-thirty cut would suffice. Unfortunately with all the restrictions right now we will not be able to provide an accompanist but there will be a piano. You can bring your own pre-recorded accompaniment or sing acapella whichever works best for you. You will also be required to present a 1-minute monologue along with the presented side. Be prepared to follow a short routine. Apply via backstage.comVARIOUS MUSICAL REVUES – NOTICE EXPIRES APR. 25, 2023 - Wanda McKiver Productions, LLC is casting for various musical revues. Rehearsals begin in January. Wanda McKiver Productions, LLC. is offering a competitive salary, lodging, and a two-year royalty deal. Seeking—roles for an experienced production company who wish to work with talented, professional and energetic actors; “Whitney Houston:” Lead, Female, 20-31; Black/African Descent; for the musical revue of, The Greatest Love of All, the story of Whitney Houston; calls for an upbeat actress who is able to sing; “James Brown:” Lead, Male, 6-52; Black/African Descent; for the musical revue of Papa Got a Brand New Bag, the life and times of James Brown; talent who has the natural talent to sing, dance and memorize lines. Seeking talent Worldwide. Accepting digital submissions, (self-taped) auditions, based on provided sides. Submit electronically. For more information, visit https://www.wandamckiver.com/.

UTAH FESTIVAL OPERA & MUSICAL THEATRE ENSEMBLE POSITIONS – NOTICE EXPIRES JAN. 27 - Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre is seeking musical theatre performers for ensemble positions in productions of Elton John's AIDA, Oliver!, and Rorem's Our Town. Some artists will be offered principal covers. UFOMT actively encourages inclusive casting and welcomes all artists to apply. Artists receive paychecks every two weeks. Company also provides round trip air and/or mileage and housing. Seeking—Ensemble: Chorus/Ensemble, All Genders, 18+. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Please send cover letter, video links, headshot, resume to auditions@ufomt.org

‘HUMANITY DENIED’ – NOTICE EXPIRES JAN. 28 - Blooming Grove Theater Ensemble is casting Humanity Denied, a sung-through concept musical addressing the issues of fear and hatred. Humanity Denied, a new sung-through concept musical, attempts to answer the question “Where do fear and hatred come from?” In music and lyrics that are angry and proud, sad, wise, sometimes ironically playful, and that reveal buried memories of anguish and longing, Humanity Denied is a powerful and realistic work that resolves with hope for the future. Serious and playful. Requires strong acting and singing. Rehearses Sundays (7pm-9pm) in Montclair NJ; runs Apr. 21-22 in West Orange NJ. Not Paid. Seeking—“Alexandra:” Lead, Female, 18+, The voice of reason. Strong mezzo or dramatic soprano; “Caroline” “Earl” “Francisco” “Jackson” “John” “Kate” “Loretta” “Megan” “Mia” “Nathaniel” “Patty” “Travis” & “Tucker:” All Genders, 18+. Seeking talent from New York NY. For consideration, prepare 16 measures of a ballad, and 32 measures of an up-tempo song. Talent must be over 18 and be able to read music and learn music from track and score. Bring sheet music or track if possible. Performers must show proof of COVID vaccination and booster.

‘JACK and The BEANSTALK’ – NOTICE EXPIRES JAN. 30 - Theatre For Young Audiences, Downtown Cabaret Theatre is casting Jack and the Beanstalk, a musical. Synopsis: The beloved story of Jack and his tangle with giants living in the sky. When Jack makes a deal to trade his beloved cow for a sack of magic beans in an attempt to save his home, he soon discovers that a magic beanstalk leads to all the riches he could ever dream of high above him in the clouds. Rehearses and runs Jan. 23-March 26 in Bridgeport, CT. Pays $200 stipend for the rehearsal period, and $50 per performance. Seeking—“Jack:” Lead, All genders, 18-35, (Masc. presenting, ideally 19-30 age range) the idealistic young protagonist with a heart of gold and determination to help his family. Seeking talent from Shelton, Bridgeport, Hartford, Westport, Milford, Fairfield, Trumbull, Stratford, Norwalk, Stamford CT. Apply via backstage.com or visit https://dtcab.com/ For consideration, submit a headshot and resume. Production states: "The Downtown Cabaret Theatre is committed to a strong anti-racist philosophy and building a culture of equity and inclusion. We are passionate about theatre and building a team that reflects the diversity of our community. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, familial status, religion, ability, age, or national origin. The Downtown Cabaret Theatre is dedicated to making theatre and the performing arts an accessible and inclusive space for all."

EQUITY, HOPE SUMMER REPERTORY THEATRE 2023 SEASON – JAN. 30 & 31 – HOLLAND MI - Hope Summer Repertory Theatre is casting Equity actors for roles in Hope Summer Repertory Theatre 2023 Season including: Tuck Everlasting (Rehearsals begin May 22; runs June 16-July 14), Boeing Boeing (Rehearsals begin June 5; runs June 23-July 15), Rock Of Ages (Rehearsals begin June 26; runs July 23-Aug. 4), Natural Shocks (Rehearsals begin June 20; runs July 6-15), Lady Day At Emerson's Bar & Grill (Rehearsals begin July 24; runs Aug. 8-18), and It's A Wonderful Life: The Radio Play (Rehearsals begin Dec. 11; runs Dec. 19-23.) Full Summer Season runs May 22-Aug. 18. Holiday Show runs Dec. 11-23 in Holland, MI. Pays $591/wk. Equity LOA Ref. to LORT Agreement. Seeking—Equity Actors: 18+. Equity Principal Auditions by appointment Jan 30 12NOON- 8PM ET & Jan 31 12NOON-8PM ET (break 3pm-4pm) at DeWitt Theatre (141 E 12th St, Holland MI 49423-3607). Seeking talent from Holland MI. An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Prepare 32 Bars of a song of your choosing (Songs from season are fine) and a one-minute monologue. Bring your headshot and resume, stapled together. To schedule an audition appointment email HSRTauditions@hope.edu. Put "EPA Appointment" in the subject heading. All roles will be understudied. This space's ventilation has not been verified by Actors' Equity Association. Equity encourages everyone participating in the auditions to wear a two-ply cloth face mask, surgical mask, singer’s mask or respirator (N95, KN95 or KF94). Single-ply face masks, gaiters and bandanas are not recommended. Singer’s masks can be found at www.broadwayreliefproject.com/singersmask. Equity encourages members to prepare for their audition prior to arriving at the audition venue, to the extent that they can (e.g., get dressed, hair/make-up, etc.) to avoid crowding in bathrooms and dressing rooms. Holding/Audition room information: The maximum capacity in the holding room is: 300. The maximum capacity in the audition room is: 468. More info at www.hope.edu/hsrt. Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit. Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions.

EQUITY, BROADWAY At MUSIC CIRCUS 2023 SEASON – JAN. 30 & 31 - Broadway Sacramento is casting Equity actors for principal roles in Broadway at Music Circus's 2023 Season including: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Rehearsals begin May 30; runs Jun. 13-Jun. 18), Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Rehearsals begin Jun. 13; runs Jun. 27-Jul. 2), The Music Man (Rehearsals begin Jun. 27; runs Jul. 11-16), The Addams Family (Rehearsals begin Jul. 11; runs Jul. 25-30), Ragtime (Rehearsals begin Jul. 25; runs Aug. 8-13), and Rent (Rehearsals begin Aug. 8; runs Aug. 22-27). Rehearses and runs in Sacramento CA. Pays $1,220/wk. Contractual increase, pending. Equity Special Agreement. Seeking—Equity Actors: All Genders, 18+. For Beautiful: The Carole King Musical – “Carole King:” Ages from 16-29, female-identifying, Caucasian. Alto (G3 to E-flat5). An aspiring singer/songwriter with a powerful, distinctive talent. A unique, appealing, funny and vulnerable girl from a Jewish family in Brooklyn. Smart, good natured, unassuming and a peacemaker, she’s a passionate but reluctant star who eventually finds her own voice. Sings: “So Far Away,” “Natural Woman,” and “Beautiful;” “Gerry Goffin:” 20s-30s, male-identifying, Caucasian. Tenor (D3-A4). Carole’s boyfriend, songwriting partner, and eventual husband. He is handsome with a rebel vibe. Sexy and talented, he is innately sympathetic, wounded, and tortured. His ambition and competitive nature eventually get the better of him. Sings: “Some Kind of Wonderful” and “Up on the Roof;” “Cynthia Weil:” 20s-30s, female-identifying, Caucasian. Alto (E3-E5). A songwriter who partners, professionally and romantically, with Barry. Carole’s best friend. Sophisticated and intelligent, she is self-confident with a quick wit. She prioritizes her career over love. Strong comedic timing. Sings: “He’s Sure the Boy I Love” and “Walking in the Rain;” “Barry Mann:” 20s-30s, male-identifying, Caucasian. Tenor (C3-A4). A songwriter who becomes romantically involved with Cynthia. He is good natured, appealing, a bit of a hypochondriac and can’t convince Cynthia to marry him. Sings: “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling” and “We Gotta Get Out of This Place;” “Don Kirshner:” 30s-40s, male-identifying, Caucasian. Baritone (A2 to C-sharp4). An influential music publisher and producer. He is a fast-talking and energetic force of nature. Powerful, direct, and sometimes intimidating, he has a real affinity for his writers and artists. A hitmaker. Sings: “You’ve Got a Friend;” Key Chorus Parts: “Neil Sedaka:” Righteous Brother, Ensemble: 20s-30s, male-identifying, Caucasian. Tenor (B3 to G-sharp4). Strong high rock tenor to play young singer/songwriter and half of the world-famous duo. Sings: “Oh, Carol” and “You've Lost That Loving Feeling;” Righteous Brother, Nick, Ensemble: 20s-30s, male-identifying, Caucasian. Bass (F2 to E-flat4). Strong bass/baritones to play half of the world-famous duo and session player friend of Carole. Sings: “You've Lost That Loving Feeling;” Lucille, Shirelle, Ensemble: 20s-30s, female-identifying, Black. Alto (A3 to D-flat5). Charismatic singer to play Donny’s assistant and part of the girl-group, The Shirelles. Sings: “Will You Love Me Tomorrow.”  Little Eva, Shirelle, Ensemble: 20s-30s, female-identifying, Black. Alto (B-flat3 to E5). Charismatic singer to play the “Locomotion” singer and part of the girl-group, The Shirelles. Sings: “Locomotion” and “Will You Love Me Tomorrow”; Janelle Woods, Shirelle, Ensemble: 20s-30s, female-identifying, Black. Alto (B3-D5). Charismatic singer to play the “Locomotion” singer and part of the girl-group, The Shirelles. Sings: “One Fine Day” and “Will You Love Me Tomorrow”; The Drifters, Ensemble: 20's-30's, male-identifying, Black. Lead singer: tenor, (E-flat3 to E-flat5). Appealing, charismatic singers to play The Drifters, who are heavily featured in songs including “Up on the Roof” and “On Broadway;”  Marilyn Wald, Ensemble: 20s-30s, female-identifying, Caucasian. Alto (G3-C5). Brill Building singer who has an affair with Gerry. Sings: “Pleasant Valley Sunday;” for Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella – “Ella:” 20s, female-identifying, any ethnicity. Soprano (B3-G5). Beautiful and kind, Ella goes unnoticed despite her charisma, passion, and courage. She is idealistic, opinionated and when finally given the chance, blossoms into a confident woman. She challenges Prince Topher to change his kingdom and helps him discover who he really is. Able to dance. Sings: “In My Own Little Corner,” “He Was Tall,” and “Impossible;” “Topher:” Late 20s/30s, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Tenor (B2-A4). A misguided and lost prince who longs for importance and direction in his life. Charming and brave, he is also lonely, genuine, and thoughtful with an unforced comedic streak. At a crossroads, he learns to take control of his kingdom. Able to dance. Sings: “Me, Who Am I” and “Do I Love You Because You’re Beautiful?” “Marie:” 40s-60s, female identifying, any ethnicity. Soprano (A3 to A-flat5). A friend to Ella and the town’s resident crazy beggar woman, Marie is actually a fairy godmother in disguise. She is wise, otherworldly, and charming. Sings: “Impossible” and “There’s Music In You;” Madame: 40-60s, female-identifying, any ethnicity. Alto (B3-D5). Ella’s selfish stepmother. She is vain, scheming, and determined to rise in social status at any cost. Unapologetically dismissive and cruel, she values wealth and material possessions. Has great comedic timing. Sings: “When You’re Driving Through The Moonlight” and “A Lovely Night;” “Sebastian:” 40s-60s, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Baritone (C-sharp3 to E-flat4). The Kingdom’s Lord Chancellor and Topher’s trusted advisor. He is devious, selfish, and keeps Topher isolated and unaware of what is happening in the Kingdom. Has good comic timing. Sings: “Me, Who Am I” and “The Prince is Giving A Ball (Reprise);” “Gabrielle:” 20s, female-identifying, any ethnicity. Mezzo-soprano (C4-E5). Ella’s stepsister and daughter of Madame, she is encouraged to value material wealth and social status by her mother but participates unenthusiastically. Quietly passionate and empathetic, she is drawn to Ella and Jean- Michel. Sings: “When You’re Driving Through The Moonlight” and “A Lovely Night (Reprise);” “Charlotte:” 20s, female-identifying, any ethnicity. Mezzo-soprano (B3-E5). Ella’s stepsister and daughter of Madame, she willfully participates in her mother’s schemes and shares her values. Brash and bratty, she never passes up being the center of attention. Has a comedic belt. Sings: “Stepsister’s Lament” and “A Lovely Night;” “Jean-Michel:” 20s, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Tenor (C3-G4). A feisty, passionate, self-defined revolutionary determined to change the kingdom for the lower classes. He is friends with Ella and has a crush on Gabrielle. Has great comic timing. Sings: “Now Is the Time;” “Lord Pinkleton:” 30-45, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Legit tenor (D3-A4). The Lord Chancellor’s right-hand man. He announces royal balls, banquets, and even the weather to the villagers. Has great comic timing and a powerful tenor voice. “Me, Who Am I” and “The Prince Is Giving a Ball.”; for “The Music Man” - Harold Hill: 30s-40s, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Baritone (A-flat2 to F4). A compelling conman, with charisma, warmth, and personality. He poses as a traveling salesman to put one over on the folks of River City. Determined to remain a bachelor, he meets his match in Marian, the town librarian, who gets him to reconsider his vagabond life. Sings: “Ya Got Trouble,” “Marian the Librarian,” and “Till There Was You;” “Marian Paroo:” 20s-30s, female-identifying, any ethnicity. Soprano (G3-A5). River City’s guarded town librarian, music teacher and subject of town gossip. She is determined to expose Harold for the fraud she suspects he is and not fall for his charms. Intelligent, warm, strong-willed, and a secret romantic, she is witty and wise. Sings: “Goodnight My Someone,” “My White Knight,” and “Till There Was You;” “Marcellus Washburn:” 30s-40s, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Tenor (G2-A4). A comedic character man, with loads of energy, Marcellus is an old friend of Harold who has settled in River City. He gets caught in Harold’s scam. Sings: “The Sadder But Wiser Girl” and “Shipoopi;” “Mrs. Paroo:” 40s-50s, female-identifying, any ethnicity, Irish dialect. Alto (A-flat3 to E-flat5). Warm and funny, Mrs. Paroo is the widowed mother of Marian and Winthrop. A good listener and a straight talker, she is fiercely loyal to her children. Sings: “If You Don’t Mind Me Saying So” and “Gary, Indiana;” “Mayor George Shinn:” 50s, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Ensemble Singer. Comedic character man, Shinn is River City’s bombastic and hapless Mayor. He is full of bluster and easily gets distracted by Harold whenever they clash; “Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn:” 40-50s, female-identifying, any ethnicity. Ensemble Singer. Mayor Shinn’s wife and the first lady of River City. A snobby busybody, with an eccentric artistic side. She is the leader of a group of gossipy, status-oriented women. Character with strong comedic timing; “Charlie Cowell:” 30s-40s, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Ensemble singer. A loud and talkative anvil salesman who aims to expose Harold as a fraud; “Zaneeta Shinn:” 18+ to play a teen, female-identifying, any ethnicity. The mayor’s teenage daughter who has a crush on Tommy Djilas. Strong dancing skills and ensemble singing; “Tommy Djilas:” 18+ to play a teen, male-identifying, any ethnicity. The bad boy in town who is dating Zaneeta, the mayor’s daughter. Strong dancing skills and ensemble singing; “Alma Hix:” 35-45, female-identifying, any ethnicity. Ensemble Singer. Part of Eulalie’s gossipy brood, she is married to Oliver Hix; “Maud Dunlop:” 35-45, female-identifying, any ethnicity. Ensemble singer. Part of Eulalie’s gossipy brood, she is married to Ewart Dunlop; “Ethel Toffelmier:” 25-35, female-identifying, any ethnicity. Ensemble singer. Part of Eulalie’s gossipy brood, she is Marcellus Washburn’s girlfriend; “Mrs. Squires:” 35-45, female-identifying, any ethnicity. Ensemble singer. Part of Eulalie’s gossipy brood, she is married to Jacey Squires; “Olin Britt:” 35-45, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Bass (G-flat2 to C4). He is the editor of the Gazette, part of the school board and member of the barbershop quartet that Harold devises. Comfortable with barbershop-quartet style harmonies. Sings: “Goodnight, Ladies” and “Lida Rose;” “Oliver Hix:” 35-45, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Baritone (B2 to F-sharp4). A banker and part of the school board, he is a member of the barbershop quartet that Harold devises. Must be comfortable with barbershop-quartet style harmonies. Sings: “Goodnight, Ladies” and “Lida Rose;” “Ewart Dunlop:” 35-45, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Lead tenor (C-sharp3 to G4). Owner of the general store, he is part of the school board and member of the barbershop quartet that Harold devises. Comfortable with barbershop-quartet style harmonies. Sings: “Goodnight, Ladies” and “Lida Rose;” “Jacey Squires:” 35-45, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Top tenor (C3 to B-flat5). Owner of the livery stable, he is part of the school board and member of the barbershop quartet that Harold devises. Comfortable with barbershop-quartet style harmonies. Sings: “Goodnight, Ladies” and “Lida Rose;” “Winthrop Paroo:” 10-13 to play 9 years old, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Child alto (C4-E5). Marian’s baby brother, he is shy and isolated due to a lisp and the death of his father. He is warm, loving, and charismatic. Sings: “The Wells Fargo Wagon” and “Gary, Indiana;” “Amaryllis:” 9-12, female-identifying, any ethnicity. Child alto (C4-E5). Marian’s piano student with a crush on Winthrop. A romantic, she is charming and awkward. Sings: “Goodnight My Someone;” for The Addams Family – “Gomez Addams:” 40s-50s, male-identifying, any ethnicity. High baritone (G2 to G-sharp4). The patriarch of the Addams Family, he revels in all things mysterious and spooky. A romantic, suave, and charismatic man, Gomez struggles to keep his daughter’s secrets from his beloved Morticia. Strong comedic timing. Sings: “Wednesday’s Growing Up,” “Trapped,” and “Live Before We Die;” “Morticia Addams:” 40s-50s, female-identifying, any ethnicity. Alto (G3 to D-flat5). The pillar of the family, she is sexy, with a dry wit, and delights in the macabre. She believes her husband, Gomez, is keeping something from her and she will do whatever it takes to find out his secret. Loving, she only wants what’s best for her children. Sings: “Just Around the Corner” and “Live Before We Die;” “Lurch:” 20s-30s, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Bass (E-flat2 to E4). The Addams’ butler, Lurch is very tall, slow-moving, and although capable of speech, communicates through inarticulate moans. Think Frankenstein’s monster with an undercurrent of warmth. Sings: “Move Towards the Darkness;” GRANDMA: 50s+, female identifying, any ethnicity. Alto (B-flat3 to D5). At 102, petite Grandma is as strange as any other Addams with her quirky wisdom and arsenal of herbs, potions, and poisons. Strong comedic character. Sings: “What If;” “Pugsley Addams:” 12 years old, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Child alto (A3-F5). The youngest Addams child, he is like most boys his age, rambunctious and moody but also has an affinity for monsters, torture, and dismemberment. He gets nervous about losing his sister to her new boyfriend. Sings: “What If;” “Uncle Fester:” 30s-40s, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Tenor (C3-C5). Bald and pale, Fester is the musical’s narrator. Childlike and earnest, he is energetic, larger-than life and takes it upon himself to fix the Addams’s shenanigans. Vaudeville-style comedian. Sings: “Fester’s Manifesto.” “But Love,” and “The Moon and Me;” “Wednesday Addams:” 20s, female-identifying, any ethnicity. Mezzo-soprano (A3-E5). Dark and moody, with a deadly deadpan, Wednesday revels in crossbows, torture, and the gothic. All of which comes into question when she meets love-interest Lucas, a “normal” young man. Sings: “Pulled” and “Crazier Than You;” “Mal Beineke:” 40s-50s, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Baritone (B-flat2 to F4). Lucas’s dad, he is uptight and aloof. He finds the Addams to be too bizarre and does not support his son marrying into their family. Sings: “One Normal Night” and “Crazier Than You;” “Alice Beineke:” 40s-50s, female-identifying, any ethnicity. Soprano belt (A-flat3 to G-sharp5). Lucas’s mother and Mal’s wife, she is sunny, sweet, reserved and has a penchant for reciting rhyming poetry. After spending time with the Addams, her wild and dark side is unleashed. Strong comedic character. Sings: “Waiting” and “Crazier Than You;” “Lucas Beineke:” 20s-30s, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Baritone (B-flat2 to F4). Hopeful, sweet and romantic, he is Wednesday’s secret boyfriend, who intends to marry her. His parents Mal and Alice disapprove of the couple but Lucas may not be as “normal” as his parents think. Sings: “One Normal Night” and “Crazier Than You; for Ragtime – “Coalhouse Walker, Jr:” 30s-40s, male-identifying, Black. High baritone (G2 to G-sharp4). Proud and confident, he is a talented pianist with a romantic and gentle side. He is also stubborn and when attacked, he leads a call for justice. Sings: “Wheels of a Dream,” “Coalhouse’s Soliloquy,” and “Sarah Brown Eyes;” Mother: 30s-40s, female-identifying, Caucasian. Mezzo-soprano (G3 to F-sharp5). She is the consummate wife and mother. Refined, graceful, and intelligent, she is accepting of others and invites Sarah and her newborn baby into her home out of kindness and compassion. Sings: “What Kind of Woman,” “Nothing Like the City,” and “Back to Before;” “Sarah:” 25-35, female-identifying, Black. Mezzo-soprano (A-flat3 to F-sharp5). Beautiful and defiant, she is a washwoman taken in by Mother. Despite initial resistance, she falls in love with Coalhouse. Her innocent spirit leads to her demise. Sings: “Your Daddy’s Son,” “Wheels of a Dream,” and “Sarah Brown Eyes;” Father: 35-45, male-identifying, Caucasian. High baritone (A2-F4). Mother’s professionally successful husband, he is of his time, cautious and resistant to change. Commanding and attractive, he fancies himself an amateur explorer and often leaves the family in Mother’s care. Sings: “Journey On,” “New Music,” and “What A Game!;” “Tateh:” 30s-40s, male-identifying, Eastern European, Jewish, Latvian American, Latvian dialect. High baritone (A2 to F-sharp4). An immigrant, he is passionate, intelligent, and a creative artist. He wears his hardships on his sleeve, but his optimism and heart carry him through to success. Sings: “Success,” “Gliding,” and Buffalo Nickel Photoplay, Inc;” Younger Brother: 20s-30s, male-identifying, Caucasian. High baritone (B2 to F-sharp4). An erratic soul at constant odds with himself, he finds purpose in becoming a passionate anarchist influenced by Emma Goldman. Sings: “The Night that Goldman Spoke At Union Square,” and “He Wanted to Say;” Little Boy: 8-12, male-identifying, Caucasian. Child alto (E4-D5). Mother and Father’s son, he is an earnest boy of privilege with an open-mind and curious nature, but never passes judgement. Inexplicably clairvoyant. Sings: “Nothing Like The City” and “The Courtship;” Little Girl: 8-12, female-identifying, Eastern European/Jewish immigrant. Child soprano (C4-F5). Tateh’s daughter, she is quiet and shy. Key Chorus Parts: Grandfather, Ensemble: 50s-60s, male-identifying, Caucasian. Ensemble singer. Mother’s father, he is outspoken and always irritated; “Emma Goldman,” Ensemble: 40-59, female-identifying, Eastern European/Jewish Immigrant. Alto (E3 to D-flat5). Historical figure, she is an Eastern European Jewish immigrant and well-known anarchist fighting for the oppressed. Sings “The Night Emma Goldman Spoke at Union Square” and “He Wanted to Say;” “Harry Houdini,” Ensemble: 30-40, male-identifying, Caucasian. Tenor (C-sharp3 to G4). Hungarian immigrant and world-famous magician, he stands as the symbol of American success. Sings: “Success” and “Atlantic City;” “Evelyn Nesbit,” Ensemble: 20s, female-identifying, Caucasian. Alto ((B-flat3 to D5). Vaudevillian performer and famous for the murder of her high-profile lover by her rich husband. Sings: “Crime of the Century” and “Atlantic City;”  Sarah’s Friend, Ensemble: 30s-40s, female-identifying, Black. Alto w/ high belt and soprano riffs (D3 to E-flat5+). Passionate, she helps Mother care for Sarah’s child after her death. Sings: “Till We Reach That Day;” “Booker T. Washington,” Ensemble: 40s-50s, male-identifying, Black. Baritone (D3 to E-flat4). Orator and author, he was the dominant figure of the Black community at the turn of the century. Sings: “Coalhouse Demands” and “Look What You’ve Done;” “Henry Ford,” Ensemble: 30s-40s, male-identifying, Caucasian. Tenor (D3-G4). The American industrialist and founder of the Ford Motor Company. Sings: “Henry Ford;” “JP Morgan,” Ensemble: 50s-60s, male-identifying, Caucasian. Baritone (D3-E4). The rich, famous financier. Sings: “Success;” “Willie Conklin,” Ensemble: 30s-40s, male-identifying, Caucasian. Baritone (D3- F4). He is the racist Irish American fire chief who defaces Coalhouse’s car. Sings: “Coalhouse Demands.”; for Rent – “Mark Cohen:” 20s, male-identifying, Caucasian. Tenor (C3-A4). A struggling filmmaker who squats in a loft with his friend Roger. The narrator of the show, he is stuck both emotionally and artistically. He is more comfortable watching the world through his film lens than actively participating in it. He is witty, nerdy, a bit awkward, and detests anything mainstream. Sings “Rent,” “Tango Maureen,” and “What You Own;” “Roger Davis:” 20s, male identifying, any ethnicity. Tenor (B-flat2 to A-sharp4). A once successful musician, Roger lives with HIV and is a recovering drug addict. Brooding, sullen and passionate, he looks for inspiration to write one last great song before he succumbs to HIV/AIDS, which he finds in Mimi. Sings “One Song Glory, “I Should Tell You” and “Light My Candle;” “Mimi Marquez:” 20s, female-identifying, Latine. Alto (F-sharp3 to E5). Vibrant, sexy, and optimistic, she is Roger and Mark’s neighbor. Addicted to heroin, she is HIV positive, and wants to make the most of everyday. Her relationship with Roger is hindered by secrets she holds. Sings “Light My Candle,” “Out Tonight,” and “I Should Tell You;” “Tom Collins:” 30s, male-identifying, Black. Bass/baritone (F-sharp2 to G4). An activist and a computer genius, Collins is a gay Black man living with HIV. Mark and Roger’s former roommate, he meets Angel after being mugged, and they develop a loving relationship that anchors the show. Sings “Santa Fe” and “I’ll Cover You;” “Angel Dumott Schunard:” 20s, male-identifying, any ethnicity. Tenor (E3 to G-flat5). A street drummer and drag queen, Angel is boisterous, magnetic, lovable, and his smile lights up the room. Selfless and generous, he lives with HIV and his relationship with Collins inspires the others to live life to the fullest. Sings “Today 4 U” and “I’ll Cover You;” “Benjamin ‘Benny’ Coffin III:” 20s-30s, male-identifying, Black. High baritone (D3 to F-sharp4). The former roommate of Mark and Roger, Benny married into money, left his ideals behind, and is now their landlord. The friends see him as a sell-out and refuse to accept that his intention is to help them. He had a previous relationship with Mimi. Sings “You’ll See;” “Joanne Jefferson:” 25-35, female-identifying, Black. Alto (G3 to E-flat5). Smart, mature, and assertive, she is a social justice lawyer from an affluent family dating Maureen. Her relationship with Maureen is tumultuous and leads her to waver between defiance and insecure jealousy. Sings “Tango Maureen,” “We’re Okay,” and “Take Me or Leave Me;” “Maureen Johnson:” 20s-30s, female-identifying, any ethnicity. Alto (G3-E5). An avant-garde performance artist, she is confident and attractive. She boldly speaks her mind. Mark’s former roommate and girlfriend. Her passion and flirtatiousness leads to trouble with her partner Joanne. Sings “Over the Moon” and “Take Me or Leave Me. Equity Principal Audition Jan 30 from 9:30AM-5:30PM ET and Jan 31 from 9:30AM-5:30PM ET (Lunch: 1pm-2pm both days) at Actors' Equity New York Audition Center (165 W. 46th St., 16 Fl., Studio A, New York City NY 10036). The audition room can accommodate no more than 52 individuals at a time. The holding room can accommodate no more than 30 individuals at a time. Seeking talent from New York City NY. For consideration, talent must prepare a brief musical theatre song appropriate for the season and bring sheet music in their key. Singing material from the shows listed is acceptable and encouraged. An accompanist will be provided. For more information, go to broadwaysacramento.com Full vaccination against COVID-19 will be required of all casting hires. An Equity Monitor will be provided. Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions. Equity encourages everyone participating in the auditions to wear a two-ply cloth face mask, surgical mask, singer’s mask, or respirator (N95, KN95, or KF94). Single-ply face masks, gaiters, and bandanas are not recommended. Singer’s masks can be found at www.broadwayreliefproject.com/singersmask. Equity encourages members to prepare for their audition prior to arriving at the audition venue, to the extent that they can (e.g., get dressed, hair/make-up, etc.) to avoid crowding in bathrooms and dressing rooms.

PARALLEL 45 THEATRE SUMMER 2023 FESTIVAL – NOTICE EXPIRES JAN. 31, 10PM ET - Parallel 45 Theatre is casting various roles for Parallel 45 Theatre Summer 2023 Festival. Parallel 45 will kick off the summer with the pop-soul musical, Twelfth Night by Shaina Taub and Kwame Kwei-Armah. Originally produced at the Delacorte Theatre in NYC, is a rousing contemporary musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic romantic comedy about mistaken identity and self-discovery. Note: The 2023 Parallel 45 Company will include 10 non-equity contracts. Parallel 45 Theatre’s Apprentice Program will bring four early-career professional actors to work with the company. Rehearsals begin June 11; runs June 6-26 in Traverse City MI. Note: Rehearses Sun.-Fri. (9am-6pm) with evening commitments for performances and tech. Pays $3500 depending on number of roles and commensurate with experience plus travel stipend and housing in Northwest Michigan College dormitory. Note: Many contracts will include two plus shows. All professional contracts either include housing or require residence in Traverse City, Michigan for the duration of the season. Seeking—Various Roles: Lead, All genders, 18+, Acting contracts will include performing roles in two shows in rotating rep throughout the summer. Twelfth Night: All actors should be comfortable with the pop, gospel, and spoken-word style of the music. Feste: (mezzo soprano) Since Feste is a busking musician, it is dramaturgically important that they play the accordion- even in a reduced capacity. Maria (mezzo soprano) lady-in-waiting. Viola (mezzo soprano with strong low notes) a young woman. Olivia (mezzo soprano) countess of Illyria. Malvolio (tenor, high notes of A & A-flat) Servant to Olivia. Toby (baritone-bass) Uncle to Oliva. Sebastian (tenor pop sound) male twin to Viola. Orsino (bari-tenor pop sound) A duke in Illyria. Antiona (any range) friend to Sebastian. Andrew (bari-tenor) friend to Toby. Fabian (any range). Chorus: Various Illyrians of all ages. Dance Nation: All characters except Dance Teacher Pat and The Moms are between the ages of 11 and 14 years old. However, they should be played by adult actors and should range from 12 to 75+. Dance Teacher Pat: (male, aged 30+) the head of the dance studio. Amina: the star dancer. Connie: (female, South Asian descent) A talented dancer who thinks she should play the role of Ghandi. Zuzu: always second best. Moms/Vanessa: Means well. Grown up Wendy (Vanessa could have been a phenomenon). Maeve: (female actor aged 70+) the oldest and least talented dance on the team. Sofia: knows what's up. Luke: (male actor aged 50+) the only male dance on the competition team. Ashlee: future president of a post-apocalyptic USA.

EQUITY, ‘HERE LIES LOVE’ – JAN. 31, 6PM VIDEO SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE - Producers are casting Equity actors for roles in Here Lies Love.  David Byrne and Fatboy Slim, music; David Byrne, lyrics; Tom Gandey and J Pardo, additional music; Rehearsals begin on/about May 1; runs on/about June 17-on/about July 20 on Broadway in NYC. Pays $2323/wk. Equity Production (League) Agreement. Seeking—"Imelda Marcos” & Imelda Alternate: 20-49, Filipina; charismatic, complex; people everywhere are drawn to her superficial magnetism; eventually becoming a powerful, morally bankrupt First Lady of the Philippines; strong pop singing voice. Seeking talent from New York NY. Prepare a video with material from https://tinyurl.com/HLLBwayEPA or a pop, electronica/dance, or disco song of your own. To submit your tape, fill out the following form: https://tinyurl.com/HLLEPA . Deadline for submissions is 6PM EST, Wednesday, Jan. 31. Note: Multiple ethnicities are found throughout the population of the Republic of the Philippines from centuries of migrant arrivals from China, Spain, and Southeast Asia, among other nations. Producers state, “Because of the specific world of the play, we are particularly interested in considering performers to play Filipino characters.” All must have great pop singing voices and move well. All stage managerial positions have been filled. If you wish to audition in-person, please see the EPA and ECC notices. Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit.

KHAN!!! The MUSICAL! A PARODY TREK-TACULAR – FEB. 1 DEADLINE - Peekskill Productions is casting a developmental Off-Broadway production of Khan, The Musical, a campy Star Trek parody musical based on "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan" as well as "Star Trek: The Next Generation." Peekskill Productions is seeking Non-union musical theatre performers with great comic timing and the versatility to play multiple comedy roles. Proficiency in accents and impressions is a plus. Rehearsals begin in late March; runs on weekends from May 4-Jun. 4; all will take place at The Players Theatre (off-off-Broadway) in NYC. Principal and lead roles pay $900-1200 based on role size. External swings compensation TBA. Seeking—“Kirk:” Lead, All Genders, 30-65, Vocal range: Baritenor (up to G). All sizes and body types are invited to apply. Lead role. Once a heroic captain, now he's an older, insecure shell of his former self. A bit of a faded diva. He's also kind of a douchebag, but just loveable enough (and with enough pathos) that the audience can get behind him and enjoy watching him get his groove back. Should sound like William Shatner, but not too exaggerated. If called back, we recommend the actor to watch this video of "Kirk" clips in preparation for their audition: Kirk Clips “Data:” Lead, Male, 20-40, Vocal range: Tenor or Baritenor. All sizes and body types invited to apply. Lead role. An android trying to act like a human. Actor must be good at accents and dialects; When speaking as himself, he is calm, unemotional, and curious. His voice is not robotic, it sounds like Brent Spiner's portrayal of ""Data"" on "Star Trek: The Next Generation". However, his acting is hammy and cartoonish when playing other roles within his own show. Additional roles: Peter Preston, over-the-top cockney cadet; like a cloying teenage Tiny Tim; David, son of James T. Kirk, speaks in an exaggerated William Shatner voice; Joachim, the villain's sniveling sidekick. “Khan:” Lead, All Genders, 30-65, Vocal range: Tenor (up to A). Gender preference: Any. Ethnicity: Any. All sizes and body types are invited to apply. Lead role. This is not the Khan from "The Wrath of Khan". Here, he’s campy, scenery-chewing, and has fun with the audience. He feels just as much like a cartoon supervillain as the sassy host of a drag cabaret. He maintains just enough of a sense of menace to preserve the stakes of the story. His accent may be British, an exaggerated impression of Ricardo Montalban, or anything in between; Uhura/Carol: Supporting, Female, Tans Female, 25-60, Vocal range: Alto, Mezzo, or Soprano. All sizes and body types invited to apply. Principal. This track has multiple roles: Uhura: She's dignified and professional when serving as the Enterprise's communications officer, but she doesn't always keep her sardonic wit to herself. Sometimes she'll mutter a sarcastic comment under her breath. Carol: As the head of a major interplanetary science initiative, she has to be a tough leader. But when she's around her former boyfriend ("Captain Kirk") she can be more girlish and flirty. If called back, actors should watch the following clips of Uhura and Carol; Sulu/Chekov: Supporting, all genders, 25-60, Asian or Pacific Islander. Vocal range: Baritone or Baritenor. Gender preference: Any. All sizes and body types are invited to apply. Principal role. This track has multiple roles. The actor should be good at accents and dialects. Sulu: Serious and professional when on duty, but occasionally catty and playful behind the scenes. Should ideally speak like George Takei. Chekov: Acts tough, but is a scaredy-cat at heart. Speaks in a somewhat high voice with a cartoonish Russian accent; an exaggeration of Walter Koenig's original portrayal of the Star Trek character "Chekov." If called back, actors should watch these clips of the original Sulu and Chekov; Spock/Terrell: Lead, all genders, 30-65, Vocal range: Baritone or bass. Ethnicity: Any. Intermediate-to-strong tap dancer. All sizes and body types are invited to apply. Supporting role. This track contains multiple roles. Spock: He is an outwardly emotionless half-human/half-alien with a touch of haughtiness, but his warmth and concern for others can be seen in subtle ways. His facial expressions most often consist of a raised eyebrow or a slight squint, and he often stands with his hands clasped behind his back. He speaks with crisp, deliberate diction. The comedy in this role comes from committing to his stoicism rather than bending it for a gag. The actor must be good at tap dancing. Terrell: Despite being a starship captain, he's a bit dopey and slow on the uptake. If called back, actors should watch this video of Spock clips in preparation for your audition; Scotty/Bones: Supporting, all genders, 30-70, Vocal range: Alto, mezzo, or soprano. Ethnicity: Any. All sizes and body types are invited to apply. Principal role. This is a multi-role track. Actor should be good at accents and dialects. Bones: The ship's doctor, a crotchety, gruff older man with a subtle "old south" accent. Scotty: A sweet older man with a slightly creepy fetish for the starship Enterprise. Mild Scottish accent, not too thick to understand. Seeking talent from New York NY. For consideration, actors must submit a headshot, resume, and 1 or 2 videos of comedy song cuts; additional reels or pertinent materials are welcome. Applications due by Feb 1st. You may also submit materials directly to startrekmusical@gmail.com.

EQUITY, ‘HEAD OVER HEELS’ – FEB. 1 DEADLINE f/FEB. 3 & 4 – AUSTIN - Zachary Scott Theatre Center is seeking Equity actors for roles in Head Over Heels. The Go-Go's, songs; Sir Philip Sidney, based upon the arcadia; Jeff Whitty, conception-original book; James Magruder, adaptation; Note: ZACH Theatre is currently seeking talented actors and actors/musicians of all ethnicities for the upcoming production of Head Over Heels. Actors local to the Austin TX area are encouraged to submit. For individuals auditioning from out of town, film your audition, begins with a slate, followed by a brief cut of a song from the show. Rehearsals begin July 18; runs Aug. 9-Sep. 10 at the Zachary Scott Theatre Center, Austin TX. Pays $740/wk. Equity LOA ref LORT Contract. Seeking—Equity Actors: All Genders, 18+. Note: None of the roles will be understudied. “Basilius:” King of arcadia, Basilius clings to tradition. Vocal range: tenor; “Gynecia:” Queen of arcadia. Smart, knows what she wants, and isn't afraid to go after it. Vocal range: alto; “Pamela:” Basilius and Gynecia's older daughter. She is willful, self-dramatizing, and seemingly obsessed with appearances. Vocal range: mezzo-soprano with a belt; “Philoclea:” Basilius and Gynecia's shy younger daughter. Used to being in the shadow of her older sister, Philoclea has learned that her value lies in being a "good girl" who behaves according to the expectations of others. Vocal range: soprano with a belt; “Dametas:” The King's Viceroy; father to Mopsa. Wise, gentle, and deeply loyal even when he disagrees with or doubts Basilius's actions. A widower who bears the weight of missing his wife. Vocal range tenor, baritone, bass; “Mopsa:” The loyal handmaiden to Pamela with whom she also happens to be in love. Vocal range: mezzo-soprano with a belt; “Musidorus:” A pure-hearted and guileless shepherd who pines for his childhood friend and beloved, Philoclea. Vocal range: tenor. “Pythio:” (Non-binary) the oracle; powerful, mysterious. Demanding. Great sense of humor - can see through everyone - they are the oracle of Delphi, after all. Vocal range: alto, bass. Equity Principal Auditions Feb 3 from 5PM-10PM CT & Feb 4 from 12NOON-4PM CT (Breaks 5pm-10pm) at 1510 Toomey Rd., Austin TX 78704-1078. Note: For local auditions, email auditions@zachtheatre.org to request an audition time slot by Jan. 30. The schedule for auditions will be sent out on Feb. 1. Equity encourages everyone participating in the auditions to wear a two-ply cloth face mask, surgical mask, singer's mask, or respirator (N95, KN95, or KF94). Single-ply face masks, gaiters, and bandanas are not recommended. Singer’s masks can be found at www.broadwayreliefproject.com/singersmask. Equity encourages members to prepare for their audition prior to arriving at the audition venue, to the extent that they can (e.g., get dressed, hair/make-up, etc.) to avoid crowding in bathrooms and dressing rooms. Holding/Audition room information: The audition room can accommodate no more than 85 individuals at a time. The holding room can accommodate no more than 90 individuals at a time. Submit a video, headshot, and resume via the following link: https://airtable.com/shrGr1YXPjYty8nfh . For individuals auditioning from out of town, film your audition, beginning with a slate, followed by a brief cut of a song from the show. We welcome the use of any cut or accompaniment that you prefer. Film the audition in front of a clean background, with no backlighting. Submission deadline is Feb. 1 (6 p.m./CST). For consideration, prepare a song from the show in own vocal range. This laugh-out-loud love story about the outrageous escapades of a royal family is set to the music of the iconic 1980s all-female rock band The Go-Go's including the hit songs, "We Got the Beat," "Our Lips Are Sealed," "Vacation," and Belinda Carlisle's "Heaven is a Place on Earth" and "Mad About You." ZACH is intending to operate as a fully vaccinated workplace. An Equity Monitor will not be provided. Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. For more info, visit www.zachtheatre.org

EQUITY, BROADWAY At MUSIC CIRCUS 2023 SEASON - EQUITY NYC ECC SINGERS – FEB. 1 - Broadway Sacramento is casting Equity actors for chorus singer parts in Broadway at Music Circus's 2023 Season including: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Rehearsals begin May 30; runs June 13-18), Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Rehearsals begin June 13; runs June 27-July 2), The Music Man (Rehearsals begin June 27; runs July 11-16), The Addams Family (Rehearsals begin July 11; runs July 25-30), Ragtime (Rehearsals begin July 25; runs Aug. 8-13), and Rent (Rehearsals begin Aug. 8; runs Aug. 22-27.) Season runs in Sacramento CA. Pays $1,220/wk. + pending contractual increase. Equity Special Agreement. Seeking—Equity Ensemble: Chorus/Ensemble: All Genders, 18+. Equity Principal Audition by appointment Feb 1 from 9:30AM-5:30PM ET (break 1-2pm) at Actors' Equity New York Audition Center (165 W 46th St, Studio B, New York City NY 10036). Equity encourages everyone participating in the auditions to wear a two-ply cloth face mask, surgical mask, singer’s mask or respirator (N95, KN95 or KF94). Single-ply face masks, gaiters and bandanas are not recommended. Singer’s masks can be found at www.broadwayreliefproject.com/singersmask. Equity encourages members to prepare for their audition prior to arriving at the audition venue, to the extent that they can (e.g., get dressed, hair/make-up, etc.) to avoid crowding in bathrooms and dressing rooms. Holding/Audition room information: The audition room can accommodate no more than 28 individuals at a time. The holding room can accommodate no more than 40 individuals at a time. ECC Procedures are in effect for this audition. An Equity Monitor will be provided. Prepare a brief musical theatre song appropriate for the season. Singing material from the shows listed is acceptable and encouraged. Bring sheet music in your key. An accompanist will be provided. Broadway At Music Circus actively solicits women and actors from historically excluded groups for non-traditional casting opportunities and encourages performers of all ethnic backgrounds, gender identities, ages, and performers with disabilities to attend. More info at broadwaysacramento.com. Full vaccination against COVID-19 will be required of all casting hires. Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to attend every audition. Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions.

EQUITY, ‘JERSEY BOYS’ – ROANOKE – FEB. 1 - Mill Mountain Theatre is casting Equity actors for roles in Jersey Boys. Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, book; Bob Gaudio, music; Bob Crewe, lyrics; Rehearsals begin Feb. 17; runs Mar. 15-Apr. 8 in Roanoke VA. Pays $608/wk. Equity SPT Tier 7 Agreement. Seeking—Equity Actors: 18+. “NICK MASSI:” MALE, 30-40; strong bass/baritone voice; a quiet dreamer who longs for life after The Four Seasons; “TOMMY DEVITO:” MALE, 30-40; strong tenor/baritone voice ability to play guitar is preferred; “BOB GAUDIO:” CAST, Strong Tenor/baritone voice, comfortable with 4-part harmonies. Intelligent, sensitive and introspective musical prodigy; “FRANKIE VALLI:” MALE, 20-35; preferably 5’9 or shorter. Sings in the style of Frankie Valli. Strong tenor to high A or B-flat plus strong falsetto up to treble G; charismatic and charming; Has a gritty side as well as a polished veneer; Male 1: “NICK DEVITO” (Chorus/Ensemble) MALE, 20-35; strong singer to play various roles; strong tenor/bari-tenor voice must have a bad-boy quality, good dancer. The ability to play guitar is preferred; Male 2: “JOE PESCI:” MALE, 20-35; must be 5’9 or shorter; young, energetic; Strong singer; Male 4: Ensemble/Multiple Parts (Supporting) MALE, 45-55; tough, Mafioso type; Strong character actor and strong singer; Male 5: Ensemble/Multiple Parts (Chorus/Ensemble) MALE, 20-49; Strong singer to play various roles (friends, producers, etc.); strong tenor to high C; with a strong falsetto to G above high C; has the ability to riff in rhythm-and-blues style; Male 6: Ensemble/Multiple Parts (Chorus/Ensemble) MALE, 20-49; strong singer to play various roles (friends, producers, etc.), bari-tenor voice down to a strong low G; Female 1: MARY & OTHERS (Chorus/Ensemble) FEMALE, 20-39; Frankie’s wife; tough, Italian, Jersey girl; she’s got a killer sense of humor; also plays a variety of other roles including member of a 60’s style girl group; strong belt, high straight tone soprano preferred, very good dancer; Female 1: MARY & OTHERS (Chorus/Ensemble) FEMALE, 20-39; Frankie’s wife; tough, Italian, Jersey girl; she’s got a killer sense of humor; also plays a variety of other roles including member of a 60’s style girl group; strong belt, high straight tone soprano Preferred, very good dancer; Female 2: LORRAINE & OTHERS (Chorus/Ensemble) FEMALE, 20-35; Frankie’s girlfriend; educated; not from Jersey; a reach career girl, Also plays a variety of other roles, including member of a 60’s style girl group and tough-as-nails Jersey girl; strong high belt useful, belt to high F extremely useful; high, straight tone soprano also useful; a very good dancer; Female 3: FRANCINE & OTHERS (Chorus/Ensemble) FEMALE, 20-37; Frankie’s daughter; named for, doted on and deeply loved by Frankie. She’s a Jersey girl vulnerable, lost and acts out to make up for lack of attention from her dad. Also plays a variety of other roles including a member of a 60’s style girl group and a tough-as-nails Jersey girl. Strong, high belts are useful. Belt to high F extremely useful, high straight tone soprano also useful but not required; a very good dancer. Equity Principal Audition by appointment Feb 1 from 9AM-5PM ET (break 1pm-2pm) at Waldron Stage (20 Church St, Roanoke VA 24011). Seeking talent from Roanoke VA. An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Prepare up to one minute of a song and up to one minute of a monologue. Bring your headshot and resume stapled together. To schedule an audition appointment email auditions@millmountain.org . Note: Any walk-ins without an appointment should go to the MMT office at 1 Market SQ SE Roanoke VA 24011 to check in.Callbacks will be invited to a ZOOM room and appointments set up individually, Feb. 2.  Equity encourages everyone participating in the auditions to wear a two-ply cloth face mask, surgical mask, singer’s mask or respirator (N95, KN95 or KF94). Single-ply face masks, gaiters and bandanas are not recommended. Singer’s masks can be found at www.broadwayreliefproject.com/singersmask. Equity encourages members to prepare for their audition prior to arriving at the audition venue, to the extent that they can (e.g., get dressed, hair/make-up, etc.) to avoid crowding in bathrooms and dressing rooms. Holding/Audition room information: The maximum capacity in the holding room is: 20. The maximum capacity in the audition room is: 150Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to attend every audition. Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions.

‘CINDERELLA’ – FEB. 1 - Geva Theatre Center is casting male and female Equity actors in chorus singer parts for Cinderella. Richard Rogers, music; Oscar Hammerstein II, lyrics and original book; Douglas Carter Beane, new book; Rehearsals begin on Apr. 14; runs May 9-June 4 with a possible extension to June 11 in Rochester NY. Pays $1,008/wk. Equity LORT-B Non-Rep Contract. Seeking—Equity Actors: Chorus/Ensemble, 18+, Adult singers and dancers who make up the ensemble of Cinderella. A wide range of ages, types, and ethnicities who portray various characters. Performers of all ethnic backgrounds are strongly encouraged to attend. Equity Chorus Calls Feb 1 at 9:30AM for Equity male singers & 11AM ET for Equity female singers at Actors' Equity New York Audition Center (165 W 46th St., 16th fl., New York City NY 10036). ECC Procedures are in effect for this audition. An Equity Monitor will be provided. Prepare 8-16 bars of a classical musical theatre song. Bring dance clothes as some may be asked to stay and move. Jazz or character shoes. Bring a headshot and resume stapled together. An accompanist will be provided. Equity encourages everyone participating in the auditions to wear a two-ply cloth face mask, surgical mask, singer’s mask or respirator (N95, KN95 or KF94). Single-ply face masks, gaiters and bandanas are not recommended. Singer’s masks can be found at www.broadwayreliefproject.com/singersmask. Equity encourages members to prepare for their audition prior to arriving at the audition venue, to the extent that they can (e.g., get dressed, hair/make-up, etc.) to avoid crowding in bathrooms and dressing rooms. The maximum capacity in the holding room is: 80. The maximum capacity in the audition room is: 52. The maximum number of dancers allowed at one time is: 15.

EQUITY, OGUNQUIT PLAYHOUSE 2023 SEASON – FEB. 1 & 3 - Ogunquit Playhouse is casting Equity actors for roles in Ogunquit Playhouse's 2023 Season including: Million Dollar Quartet (Rehearsals begin Mar. 13 in Maine; runs Mar. 24-Apr. 9), Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Rehearsals begin May 1 in Maine; runs May 13-June 10), Singin' In The Rain (Rehearsals begin May 29 in NYC; runs June 17-July 15), The Da Vinci Code (US Premiere. Rehearsals begin July 31 in NYC; runs Aug. 26-Sep. 23), and Tootsie (Regional Premiere. Rehearsals begin Sep. 11 in NYC; runs Sep. 30-Oct. 29.) Season runs in Ogunquit ME. Pays $863/wk. Equity COST Agreement. Seeking—Equity Actors: 35+. For Million Dollar Quartet - CARL PERKINS: Male identifying, early 20s to early 30s. Excellent singer and lead guitar player. Perkins was the American pioneer of rockabilly music and best known for his song "Blue Suede Shoes". Resembles and sounds like Carl Perkins without being an impersonator. D3-C6; ELVIS PRESLEY: Male identifying, early 20s to early 30s. Must be familiar with his music and style (vocal and movement), able to play guitar and sing. Presley is often referred to as ‘The King of Rock and Roll”. Looks and sounds somewhat like Elvis without being an impersonator. A3-C6; JERRY LEE LEWIS: CAST Male identifying, early 20s to early 30s. A superb pianist and vocalist and able to play like Jerry Lee; he was rock & roll’s legendary piano prodigy and celebrated “Last Man Standing.” He is fun, energetic and witty. D4-C6; JOHNNY CASH: Male identifying, early 20s to early 30s, 6’ or taller. A singer and guitar player; Looks and sounds like Johnny Cash without being an impersonator. D3-E5; DYANNE: Female identifying, early to late 20s. A powerful pop/rock belt vocalist. An aspiring singer and Elvis’ girlfriend; she is quiet, but friendly with all the musicians. Her sex appeal gives Elvis a run for his money. A3 to E-flat5; for Beautiful: The Carole King Musical - CAROLE KING: Female Identifying, 18+ to play ages 16-29. An aspiring singer-songwriter with a powerful, distinctive voice. A unique, appealing, funny, and vulnerable girl from a Jewish family in Brooklyn. Talented, good natured, unassuming, and often the peacemaker in difficult situations. A reluctant star with no pretense and a passion for music. Mezzo/Soprano belt; GERRY GOFFIN: Male Identifying, 18+ to play late teens-late 20s. Carole’s boyfriend, songwriting partner, and eventual husband. He is smoldering, dark, and handsome with a rebel vibe. Although sexy, he is innately sympathetic, wounded, and tortured. An ambitious artist always striving for more. Sings well. Baritone/tenor; CYNTHIA WEIL: Female Identifying, 18+ to play late teens-late 20s. A songwriter who becomes romantically involved with Barry. Carole’s best friend. She is sophisticated, smart & chic with a quick wit. Although self-confident and sarcastic, she is also extremely likeable. Strong comedic timing. Mezzo-Soprano belt; BARRY MANN: Male Identifying, 18+ to play late teens-late 20s. A songwriter who becomes romantically involved with Cynthia. He is good natured, appealing, and neurotic. Ambitious, but likeable. High pop/rock tenor; for Singin' In The Rain - DON LOCKWOOD: Male identifying, mid 20s-late 30s. A famous movie star; handsome romantic lead who is charismatic and charming. An extremely strong tap dancer with outstanding ballet technique as well. G2 to A-flat4; COSMO BROWN: Male identifying, mid 20s-late 30s. Don’s best friend and former dance partner. Wacky and playful with high energy. Very athletic comedian; An extremely strong tap dancer. Tumbling, acrobatic ability, and basic piano skills are a plus. C3 to A-flat4; KATHY SELDEN: Female identifying, early to late 20s. She is charming, forthright, witty, honest, beautiful, strong-willed, and smart. An extremely strong tap dancer with outstanding ballet technique as well. G3-F5; LINA LAMONT: Female identifying, 20s to 30s. Don’s leading lady on screen (but not off); air-headed starlet with a big ego, and the famous annoying voice. A great comedienne/character actress. C4 to E-flat5; for Tootsie - MICHAEL DORSEY/DOROTHY MICHAELS: Male identifying, 30s-40s. A failing actor, Michael is a nightmare to work with—abrasive, stubborn, outspoken, yet talented. An extremely strong comedic actor. Sings and moves very well, with a high falsetto. A2 to B-flat4; JULIE NICHOLS: Female identifying, 30s. Current Broadway star who is self-assured and focused. Has a strong belt voice. E3 to E-flat5; SANDY LESTER: Female identifying, mid to late 30s. Out-of-work actor; pessimistic, neurotic, and self-deprecating, but with a big heart. A strong comedian with excellent patter skills. A3-E5; MAX VAN HORN: Male identifying, mid 20s to late 30s. Self-obsessed, dim-witted, and superficial reality star, now Broadway actor. Sings and moves very well. C3-G4; JEFF SLATER: Male identifying, 30s to 40s. An unsuccessful playwright, Jeff is Michael’s roommate and best friend; he is a bit lazy and lacks ambition. The voice of reason in Michael’s life. Sings. Baritone, Tenor, with a bit of falsetto; RITA MARSHALL: Female identifying, early 50s to late 60s. Broadway producer; Always one step ahead, she is sarcastic and very likeable. Sings. Alto, Mezzo-Soprano; RON CARLISLE: Male identifying, early 40s to early 50s. Broadway director and choreographer; though determined, he is argumentative, impatient, and arrogant (despite his self-proclaimed humility). Sings. BaritoneEquity Principal Audition by appointment Feb 1 from 10AM-6PM ET & Feb 3 from 10AM-6PM ET (break 1:30pm-2:30pm) at Pearl Studios (519 8th Ave, New York City NY 10018). An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Prepare a brief song. Bring sheet music in the correct key and a stapled headshot and resume. An accompanist will be provided. Sign-up at for an appointment at: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0948abac2ea1fcc61-ogunquit#/ . Alternate List: If all appointments are taken, an Alternate List for Equity members will be started the morning of the appointment. Members will be required to show proof of membership in order to add their name to the Alternate List. Equity members on the Alternate List will be seen if time permits. No unofficial lists will be accepted. Sign-ups for the Alternate List will begin at 9 a.m. More info at http://www.ogunquitplayhouse.org/. Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit. Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions. Equity encourages everyone participating in the auditions to wear a two-ply cloth face mask, surgical mask, singer’s mask or respirator (N95, KN95 or KF94). Single-ply face masks, gaiters and bandanas are not recommended. Singer’s masks can be found at www.broadwayreliefproject.com/singersmask. Equity encourages members to prepare for their audition prior to arriving at the audition venue, to the extent that they can (e.g., get dressed, hair/make-up, etc.) to avoid crowding in bathrooms and dressing rooms. Holding/Audition room information: 2/1/23 - Pearl (519)
The maximum capacity in the holding room is: 35. The maximum capacity in the audition room is: 20. 2/3/23 - Pearl (500) The maximum capacity in the holding room is: 35. The maximum capacity in the audition room is: 26.

EQUITY, FORESTBURGH PLAYHOUSE 2023 SEASON – FEB. 2 - Forestburgh Playhouse is casting Equity actors for chorus singer parts in Forestburgh Playhouse's 2023 Season including: The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey (Rehearses Jun. 8-20; runs Jun. 20-25), Clue (Rehearses Jun. 15-27; runs Jun. 27-Jul. 2), Spamalot (Rehearses Jun. 22-Jul. 4; runs Jul. 4-16), Matilda the Musical (Rehearses Jul. 6-18; runs Jul. 18-30), Addams Family (Rehearses Jul. 20-Aug. 1; runs Aug. 1-13), Jersey Boys (Rehearses Aug. 3-15; runs Aug. 15-27), and Misery (Rehearses Aug. 17-29; runs Aug. 29-Sep. 3). Rehearses and runs in Forestburgh NY.  Pays $570/wk. Equity LOA ref. CORST Contract. Seeking—Equity Actors: All Genders, 18+. Chorus: Versatile chorus members who can be cast in multiple shows across the season. For Spamalot – “King Arthur:” male presenting, 30+ any race/ethnicity, The King of England who sets out on a quest to form the Knights of the Roundtable and find the Holy Grail. Great Humor. Good singer; “Sir Lancelot dba Lance: male presenting, 30s-40, any race/ethnicity, A Knight of the Roundtable, fearless to a bloody fault, but through a twist of fate, does discover his 'softer side.' Excellent with character voices and accents; “Sir Galahad:” male presenting, 30s, any race, ethnicity, A Knight of the Roundtable. Begins as Dennis, a lower class 'mud gatherer' who becomes knighted and transforms into the dashing Sir Galahad. Strong baritenor singing; The Lady of The Lake: female presenting, 20s-30s, any race/ethnicity, A Diva. Strong, beautiful, possesses mystical powers. The leading lady of the show. Great singing voice, able to sing effortlessly in many styles and vocal registers; for Matilda The Musical – “Matilda Wormwood:” female presenting. Age 7-12, any race/ethnicity). An imaginative girl who is clever and wise far beyond her years. She has a thirst for learning that cannot be quenched and is a fantastic storyteller. Small, mature, and ready to handle carrying the entire show. Strong singer. Vocal range: A3-D5; “Miss Agatha Trunchbull:” 30+, any race/ethnicity, male or female presenting, The tyrannical headmistress at Matilda's school who despises children, "marches like a storm trooper with long arms swinging" with an "aura of menace." Vocal range: A2-G4; “Miss Honey:” female presenting, 20-30, any race/ethnicity, Matilda's kindhearted teacher. A mild, quiet person who never raises her voice and seldom seems to smile; Vocal range: F3-D5; “Mr. Wormwood:” male presenting, 30+, any race/ethnicity; Matilda's uncaring father. A slimy, greedy used-car salesman. "A mean crooked crook." Strong comic. Vocal range: D3-A4; “Mrs. Wormwood:” female presenting, 30+, any race/ethnicity; Matilda's self-absorbed, negligent mother and an amateur ballroom dancer who is obsessed with her amateur Ballroom dancing partner and her looks. Strong comic, singer & dancer. Vocal range: A3-F5; The Teens/Young Adults: (Ensemble)– Resident Company - A very Strong group of dancers and singers. They are the tough kids at the school and perform the shows biggest singing and dancing numbers. Speaking, dancing, and singing parts – may play dual roles; The Elementary Kids (8): Matilda’s classmates. Various singing, dancing, and speaking roles; They are: “Bruce:” male presenting, 8-14, any race ethnicity; Matilda's classmate. He is subject to extreme punishment by Miss Trunchbull. Strong singer. Vocal range: C4-E5; “Lavender:” female presenting, 8-14, any race/ethnicity; Matilda's classmate and self-proclaimed best friend. Big personality; “Amanda:” female presenting, 8-14, any race/ethnicity; Strong dance and vocal ability; “Alice:” female presenting, 8-14, any race/ethnicity; Strong and Bold. Strong dance and vocal ability; “Hortensia:” female presenting, 8-14, any race/ethnicity; Feisty. Strong dance and vocal ability; “Eric:” male presenting, 8-14, any race/ethnicity; Small. Strong dance and vocal ability; “Nigel:” male presenting, 8-14, any race/ethnicity; Spoken dialogue. Strong dance ability. Strong vocal ability; “Tommy:” male presenting, 8-14, any race/ethnicity; Strong dance and vocal ability; Ensemble: 10 + Adults, Young Adults, Older Teens. Other featured parts with solos & lines. These characters may play numerous roles in the show. Acting, singing, and dance needed for these roles. Any race/ethnicity. The Escapologist (Ensemble): Male presenting. A character in a story Matilda tells Mrs. Phelps who comes to life in their imagination. Strong singer and dancer. Vocal range: C3-E4; The Acrobat (Ensemble): Male or female presenting. A character in a story Matilda tells Mrs. Phelps who comes to life in their imagination. Strong singer and dancer. Vocal range: D4-A4; “Rudolpho:” (Ensemble): Male presenting. Mrs. Wormwood's ballroom dance partner. Strong singer & dancer. Vocal range: D-sharp3 - A4; Doctor (Ensemble): Male presenting. Mrs. Wormwood's Doctor when she goes into labor with Matilda. Vocal range C3-A4; Children’s Entertainer (Ensemble): A party entertainer at the start of the show. Any“Clown tricks” are a plus. Vocal range: F-sharp3 to E-flat4; for The Addams Family – “Gomez Addams:” male presenting, 35+, any race/ethnicity; Patriarch of the Addams Family, Suave, strong comic timing, moves well, loving husband, extremely passionate, but just a bit traditional. Strong baritone and a solid Spanish accent; “Morticia Addams:” female presenting, 30+, any race/ethnicity; Sensual, macabre, strong comedic timing, mezzo/alto, passionate about her family. Moves very well; “Fester Addams:” male presenting, 30+, any race/ethnicity; Narrator of the show, strong comedic timing, eerie, quirky, earnest, moves well. Baritenor; “Wednesday Addams:” female presenting, 18-22, any race/ethnicity; Gothic big sister, who has her father’s heart and her mother’s sensibility, Strong will, stubborn, compassionate. Strong belt; “Lurch:” male presenting, 18+, tall, any race/ethnicity; A character of few words, he is the family butler. His presence is accented by grunts, moans and deliberate movement. Great physical storytelling abilities. Bass range; “Alice Beineke:” female presenting, 30+, any race/ethnicity; Straight-laced, maternal, sexually repressed and fed up with it. Moves well. Soprano with fierce belt and strong comedic timing; “Lucas Beineke:” male presenting, 18+, any race/ethnicity; Hopeful romantic, in love with Wednesday and intends to marry her. Optimistic, but struggles to find the balance between his normal family and the Addams. Strong singer; for Jersey Boys – “Frankie:” 20-35, any race/ethnicity). A strong tenor with sweet and strong falsetto able to sing in the style of Frankie Valli; strong tenor to high A or B-flat plus strong falsetto up to treble G; charismatic and charming; comfortable with narrative text. Has a gritty side as well as a polished veneer; very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies; “Bob:” 20-35, any race/ethnicity; Preferably tall; strong tenor/baritenor voice; very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies; comfortable with narrative text; an intelligent, sensitive, and introspective musical prodigy; “Tommy:” 20-35, any race/ethnicity; Strong tenor/baritenor voice; very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies; comfortable with narrative text; ability to play guitar a very strong plus; a natural- born leader with an appealing, bad-boy quality; “Nick:” 20-35, any race/ethnicity; Strong bass/baritone voice; very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies; comfortable with narrative text; a quiet dreamer who longs for life after The Four Seasons; “Gyp Decarlo:” 45-55, any race/ethnicity; Tough, mafioso type, a strong singer; “Joe Pesci:” 20s, any race/ethnicity; 5’9” or shorter; young, energetic; a strong singer; will understudy role of Frankie Valli; “Barry Belson:” 20s, any race/ethnicity; Strong singer to play various roles (friends, producers, etc.); strong tenor to high C, with a strong falsetto to G above high C; can riff in rhythm-and-blues style; Three Women: female presenting, 20s, any race/ethnicity; Fabulous singers with flexible vocal registers to play a variety of roles (the many girlfriends of The Four Seasons, etc.); should fit well together a la '60s band Shangrilas and be believable as "tough-as-nails" Jersey girls; very comfortable with traditional four-part harmonies; all three women need to belt and/or have strong mix as one-track belts up to F natural and two tracks also need high soprano. Equity Chorus Call Feb 2 from 9:30AM-12NOON ET for Female-identifying/presenting singers who can dance & 12NOON-1PM ET for Male-identifying/presenting singers who can dance at Actors' Equity New York Audition Center (165 W. 46th St., 16th Fl., New York City NY 10036). For consideration, singers must prepare a 16-32 bar cut that is specific, appropriate, and targeted for desired roles for the shows listed in the breakdown. For more information, go to www.fbplayhouse.org ECC Procedures are in effect for this audition. An Equity Monitor will be provided. Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions. Equity encourages everyone participating in the auditions to wear a two-ply cloth face mask, surgical mask, singer’s mask, or respirator (N95, KN95, or KF94). Single-ply face masks, gaiters, and bandanas are not recommended. Singer’s masks can be found at www.broadwayreliefproject.com/singersmask. Equity encourages members to prepare for their audition prior to arriving at the audition venue, to the extent that they can (e.g., get dressed, hair/make-up, etc.) to avoid crowding in bathrooms and dressing rooms. The audition room (Studio A) can accommodate no more than 52 individuals at a time. The audition room (Studio A) can accommodate no more than 15 dancers at a time. The holding room is can accommodate no more than 30 individuals at a time.

‘SOUL Of MOTOWN’ – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 4 - DDM Productions is casting Soul of Motown. Production states: Seeking African American male singers-movers (not actors) for a concert-style, high-energy show featuring the artists and top hits of the Motown Era with solos, step-outs, and tight harmonies. Singers must be able to sing solos AND harmonies, be strong movers. Casting is for productions in Pigeon Forge TN, and Las Vegas NV; must be able to relocate. Rehearses end of February in Pigeon Forge TN. Pays $125 to $150/show. Seeking—Leads, Stepouts, Ensemble: Chorus/Ensemble, All genders, 25-45, Solos, stepouts, group harmonies; Must be able to look between the ages of late 20s-45 and be able to sing leads and harmonies. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via backstage.com For consideration, note availability in your cover letter and submit demo/video reels, any audio reels, résumé, headshot, and a current full-body shot. Production states: "Must be able to relocate to Pigeon Forge TN, or to Las Vegas NV for the duration of the contract to Jan 1st, 2024; can discuss a shorter contract."

EQUITY, GREENBRIER VALLEY THEATRE 2023 SEASON – FEB. 2 & 3 - Greenbrier Valley Theatre is casting Equity actors for roles in Greenbrier Valley Theatre's 2023 Season including: Alabama Story (Kenneth Jones, playwright. Rehearsals begin Apr. 25; runs May 12-21), Forever Plaid (Stuart Ross, book; James Raitt, musical arrangements by. Rehearsals begin May 30; runs June 16-25), Next To Normal (Tom Kitt Book, music; Brian Yorkey, lyrics. Rehearsals begin July 4; runs July 21-30), Steel Magnolias (Robert Harling, playwright. Rehearsals begin Aug. 15; runs Sep. 1-9 or 14-16), Frankenstein (Catherine Bush, adapted by from Mary Shelley's novel. Rehearsals begin Sep. 26; runs Oct. 13-28), and A Christmas Carol (Catherine Bush, adapted by from Charles Dicken's novel. Rehearsals begin Nov. 7; runs Nov. 25-Dec. 3 Run Out and opens Dec. 8, 20 at GVT.) Season runs in Lewisburg WV. Equity LOA ref LORT Agreement. (Salary Pending Approval - pay above minimum.) Seeking—Equity Actors: 18+. For Forever Plaid – “Francis” (Male Identifying, age 20-35) The leader and caretaker of the group. Confident. Asthmatic. He has a great deal of compassion for the music and the group. Romantic crooner and spiritual singer. Vocal range top: B5 Vocal range bottom: F3; “Sparky” (Male Identifying, age 20-35) The clown of the group, who is shown to have a heart. Very sharp and loves singing his tailor-made solos. Wears a retainer and has a slight speech impediment. Energetic and clever. Vocal range top: G5 Vocal range bottom: F3; “Jinx” (Male Identifying, age 20-35) The shy one. He lives his life terrified and doesn't always remember what song comes next. Sparky's step-brother, he occasionally gets a nosebleed when he sings above an A. Vocal range top: C6 Vocal range bottom: F3; “Smudge” (Male Identifying, age 20-35) The worrier. He worries about the props, the running order, and always assumes the audience won't like him. Has a chronic nervous stomach and is oddly reluctant to perform. Wears glasses, which hides his good looks and sex appeal. Vocal range top: G5 Vocal range bottom: F3; for Next To Normal - Diana (Female Identifying, age 40-45) Delusional, bipolar, and depressed. Vocal range top: F-sharp5 Vocal range bottom: G3; “Dan:” (Male Identifying, age 40-45) Diana's husband. Vocal range top: B4 Vocal range bottom: A-flat2; “Gabe:” (Male Identifying, age 18-21) Diana & Dan's son. He is a playful man and everything a mother could imagine. Vocal range top: C5 Vocal range bottom: B2; “Natalie:” (Female Identifying, 18+ to play 16) Diana & Dan's troubled daughter. An accomplished pianist and hardworking student. Vocal range top: G5 Vocal range bottom: G3; “Henry:” (Male Identifying, 18+ to play 17) Natalie's classmate. The all-around musician, philosopher, and slacker. Vocal range top: B4 Vocal range bottom: G-sharp2; Doctor Madden/Doctor Fine: (Male Identifying, age 30-40) Diana's handsome psychiatrist. Quite assured in his practice and considered somewhat of a rock star. Vocal range top: A4 Vocal range bottom: A2. Equity Principal Audition Feb 2 from 9:30AM-5:30PM ET & Feb 3 from 9:30AM-5:30PM ET (break 1pm-2pm both days) at Actors' Equity New York Audition Center (165 W 46th St, 16th Fl., Studio B, New York City NY 10036). Equity encourages everyone participating in the auditions to wear a two-ply cloth face mask, surgical mask, singer’s mask or respirator (N95, KN95 or KF94). Single-ply face masks, gaiters and bandanas are not recommended. Singer’s masks can be found at www.broadwayreliefproject.com/singersmask. Equity encourages members to prepare for their audition prior to arriving at the audition venue, to the extent that they can (e.g., get dressed, hair/make-up, etc.) to avoid crowding in bathrooms and dressing rooms. Holding/Audition room information: The audition room (Studio B) can accommodate no more than 28 individuals at a time. The holding room can accommodate no more than 40 individuals at a time. Seeking talent from Lewisburg, WV; New York City, NY. EPA Procedures are in effect for this audition. An Equity Monitor will be provided. Prepare one of the following: 1. A very brief cut of a song in the style of the show and a monologue / 2. A brief cut in the style of the show / 3. Two contrasting monologues. Bring your music in your preferred key and clearly marked. Greenbrier Valley Theatre requires all employees to show proof of full vaccination as a condition of employment. We are committed to ensuring a safe experience for all involved parties. A safety plan will be in place and the production will comply with state, local, and union guidelines and safety practices. All safety protocols are strictly followed. Greenbrier Valley Theatre is committed and supports the full spectrum of identities for performing artists. More info at http://www.gvtheatre.org/. Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit.

‘WINNER’ – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 5 - London Summer Music Theatre Academy is casting Winner, an entirely original story based on entirely too many true events, asks the question: If everyone’s losing, who wins? Think "Jagged Little Pill" meets "The Prom." The show is brand new and is currently being written. Prior to this summer program, the show will be developed at New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. For the most part, the young actors will have the opportunity to play characters like them and close to their age and lived experience. Themes: queerness, the convergence of art/policy/advocacy, politics, imbalance of power. Runs Jul. 24-Aug. 12 in Leicester Square Theatre, London. Not Paid. Seeking—“Autumn:” Lead, 18-30; “Stevie:” Lead, 18+; Ensemble: Chorus/Ensemble, 18+. Audition by appointment Feb 4 from 1PM-4PM at The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts (39 West 19th St. (2nd Floor), New York City NY 10011). Please bring two contrasting song cuts. An accompanist will be provided. You will be notified by February 1st of your appointment audition time. Virtual auditions will be accepted until May 15. Apply via backstage.com or visit https://www.londonsummermusictheatre.com For consideration, submit a headshot and video reel. Note: Talent must prepare two contrasting song cuts; An accompanist will be provided. Production will respond by Feb. 1 with an appointment time.

‘HMS PINAFORE’ – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 5 - Theater at Monmouth is casting actor-singers in HMS Pinafore, a Fall Show production of Theater at Monmouth. Rehearsals begin Aug. 29; runs Sep. 15-25 at the Theater at Monmouth, Monmouth ME. All Roles Paid $2,000/Week. Housing and travel stipend provided. Seeking—“The Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Porter, KCB:” Lead, Male, Non-Binary, 18-30, Baritone, A pompous naval commander with absolutely no seagoing experience. He wants to marry Captain Corcoran’s daughter Josephine and does little to endear her to him. He is self-regarding and patronizing to those of a ‘lower station;’ “Captain Corcoran:” Lead, Male, Non-Binary, 18-35, High Baritone, The captain of the H.M.S. Pinafore. He loves his daughter, respects his crew, and admires his superiors. He hopes to climb the social ladder by getting his daughter to marry Sir Joseph. A topsy-turvy version of the usual naval commander; “Ralph Rakestraw:” Lead, Male, Non-Binary, 18+, Tenor, An able seaman who is secretly in love with Josephine, though beneath her in social standing. Ralph is thought to be a poorly schooled, common sailor; but he has a respectable vocabulary; “Dick Deadeye:” Lead, Male, Non-Binary, 18-35, Baritone-Bass, A battered, cynical sailor, with a stern conviction of what’s right. He suffers from physical shortcomings, that often include a humped back, a withered arm, and a dead eye; “Bill Bobstay:” Supporting, Male, Non-Binary, Baritone, A decent, honest, hardworking sailor. A friend and support to Ralph. Willing to stand up to his superiors and to defend his principles. Very much the dominant one in the group; “Josephine:” Lead, Female, Non-Binary, 18-35, Soprano, The beautiful and dutiful daughter of Captain Corcoran, who tries valiantly to ignore—even reject—Ralph despite her love for him. She’s a clever woman, who turns Sir Joseph’s assertion that “love levels all ranks” against him; “Hebe:” Lead, Female, Non-Binary, 18+, Mezzo-Soprano, Sir Joseph’s first cousin and right hands. She is ready to echo his sentiments, and perhaps even dominate him!; “Mrs. Cripps:” Lead, Female, Non-Binary, 18+, Alto or Mezzo-Soprano, Also known as Little Buttercup, Mrs. Cripps is a Portsmouth bumboat woman with a hopeless passion for Captain Corcoran. She has a long history with Ralph and Captain Corcoran, having nursed them “in childhood’s happy hour;” Ensemble: Supporting, All Genders, 18-35, Tenor/Baritone/Bass, to portray singing and dancing sailors in addition to the First Lord’s Sisters, Cousins, and Aunts. Seeking talent from Monmouth ME; New York NY. Apply via backstage.com For consideration, submit a video audition. Video audition instructions: Prepare two contrasting vocal selections (16 bars or more) that show off the talent's voice. Operetta, opera, or classical musical theater preferred.

‘RENT’ The MUSICAL By JONATHAN LARSON – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 5 - Middlesex Community College is casting “Benny” for a production of the hit musical Rent by Jonathan Larson. Production states: "Note: Rent features many adult themes, including sex, drug use, profanity, and same-sex intimacy. Due to the adult nature of "Rent," all actors must be 18 or over at the time of auditions." Rehearses Tuesday and Thursday afternoon/evenings and Sundays 1-5, TBD; runs April 20-23 at Middlesex Community College, Richard and Nancy Donahue Family Academic, Arts Center, 240 Central Street, Lowell MA. Not Paid. Seeking—“Benny Coffin III:” Lead, Male, 20s-30s, Vocal range: Tenor (E-flat3 to F4). Ethnicity: Typically, African-American, possibly other POC. Benny used to be Mark and Roger’s roommate, but he married Alison Grey. He also had an affair with Mimi before she started to date Roger. The actor playing this role must be a good singer and actor. Seeking talent from Lowell, Lawrence, Boston, Methuen, Haverhill MA; Manchester, Nashua NH; Dracut, Westford MA; Concord, Salem, Amherst, Hudson NH. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://www.middlesex.mass.edu/performingarts

‘TIME WARP JUKEBOX’ and ‘GRAND AMERICAN OPRY’ – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 5 - The Grand Majestic Theater is casting three musical productions. Production states: "These include: Time Warp Jukebox, a concert style classic rock and roll show featuring hits from the 60's, 70's and 80's. Grand American Opry, an ultimate variety show featuring Country, Rock, Gospel, Broadway and Patriotic music. Grand American Opry is new for 2023. "The Magic of Terry Evanswood," magic assistants needed for the smokies' longest running and most attended illusion show, celebrating its 27th season on the parkway." Rehearses first week of March in Pigeon Forge TN. Must be able to relocate. Pays $740/Wk. Production states: "Free admission to numerous shows and attractions in the area on exchange program (such as Dollywood, Gatlinburg Aquarium, Ripleys Attractions, etc.), health insurance plan, additional compensation for box office, spotlight operator and concessions (tips plus hourly.)" Seeking—Lead & Ensemble Roles: All Genders, 20-50, Lead and ensemble singers who can harmonize and move. Seeking talent from Pigeon Forge TN. Apply via backstage.com Submit current head shot, full body shot, performance reels or video/YouTube clips showcasing your talent. Include your start date/availability in your cover letter.

RODGERS and HAMMERSTEIN’s CINDERELLA – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 6 - 92NY Musical Theater is casting actors for the Musical, Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella. Rehearsals Feb. 16-20, 25-26, Mar. 4-5, 9-11; Performances – 3/12, 3/19, 3/26, 4/2 at 10:30am & 1:00pm. Pays $600 Seeking—“Prince Charming:” Lead, 18-35; “Queen:” Lead, 18+; “Step Mother:” Lead, 18+; Portia/Joy: Lead, 18+. *All other roles have been cast*. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://92ny.org/tya Please submit 16 bars of a song of your choice.

EQUITY, BAY STREET THEATER LORT 2023-24 SEASON – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 6 - Bay Street Theater is casting Equity actors for roles in Bay Street Theater's LORT 2023-24 Season including Double Helix (Madeline Myers, book-music-lyrics; Runs May 1-Jun. 18), Dial M for Murder (Frederick Knotts, playwright; Jeffrey Hatcher, adaptation; Runs Jun. 1-Jul. 23), and Master Class (Terrence McNally, playwright; Runs Jul. 7-Sep. 3). Rehearses and runs in Sag Harbor NY. Pays $926/wk. Equity LORT C Non-Rep Contract. Seeking—Equity Actors: All genders, 18+. For Double Helix - Please note all roles require strong singers and actors. “Maurice Wilkins:” 30s, any ethnicity. Tenor. 35 years old in 1951. British. Maurice is the assistant director of the biophysics unit at King’s College in London; “Jacques Mering:” 30s-40s, Jewish-identifying, any ethnicity. Tenor. Russian/French. Jacques is a leading x-ray crystallographer under whom Rosalind trained at le labo in Paris; “Adrienne Weill:” Late 30s-40s, Jewish-identifying, any ethnicity. Alto with strong mix. French. Adrienne is a French-Jewish refugee, scientist, and Rosalind’s friend; “James Watson:” 20s, any ethnicity. Tenor. 23 years old in 1951. American. A wunderkind who achieved his doctorate at age 23, and of course one of the people who would eventually be credited for the discovery of the structure of DNA; “Francis Crick:” 30s, any ethnicity. Tenor/baritone. 35 years old in 1951. British. Gregarious, lively, always talking and joking, Francis Crick has a boisterous personality and has yet to get his doctorate at age 35; “John Randall:” Mid 40s-60s, any ethnicity. Tenor/baritone. British. John Randall is the director of the biophysics unit at King’s College in London; “Raymond Gosling:” 20s, any ethnicity. Any vocal range. 25 in 1951. British. Raymond Gosling is a PhD candidate and doctoral student at King’s; “Alec Stokes:” 20s-30s, any ethnicity. Any vocal range. British. Physicist and mathematician at the biophysics unit at King’s College; Maurice’s right-hand man. For Master Class – “Sophie DePalma:” 22-30. First Soprano. A strong operatic soprano and actress; thinks of herself as fiery but is soon overwhelmed and intimidated by Maria’s criticism; Able to sing Bellini’s Sonnamblia aria, “Ah non credcea mirati”. Prepare an aria/legit musical theatre piece for the audition; “Sharon Graham:” 22-30. A strong operatic soprano and actress; sensitive, but courageous; not afraid to ask questions; works very hard; she is feisty enough to stand up and talk back to Callas. Able to sing Verdi’s Macbetto, Lady MacBeth’s letter aria, “Vieni! T’affretta.” Prepare an aria/legit musical theatre piece; “Anthony Candolino:” 22-30. Tenor. Attractive and flirtatious; confident verging on cocky. Possesses openness and courage, naive about the preparation necessary to be an opera singer. Serious about becoming an artist. A good listener. Able to sing “Recondita Armonia” from Tosca. Prepare an aria/legit musical theatre piece for the audition. Equity Principal Audition Feb 6 from 9:30AM-5:30PM ET (Break 1pm-2pm) at Actors' Equity New York Audition Center (165 W. 46th St., 16th Fl, New York City NY 10036). For consideration, actors must prepare one contemporary monologue, no longer than two minutes. Those who wish to demonstrate singing skills must prepare a brief cut of a song in the legit, contemporary musical theater or classical style (no pop or rock songs). Actors with local housing encouraged to attend. EPA Procedures are in effect for this audition. An Equity Monitor will be provided. Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions. Equity encourages everyone participating in the auditions to wear a two-ply cloth face mask, surgical mask, singer’s mask or respirator (N95, KN95 or KF94). Single-ply face masks, gaiters and bandanas are not recommended. Singer’s masks can be found at www.broadwayreliefproject.com/singersmask. Equity encourages members to prepare for their audition prior to arriving at the audition venue, to the extent that they can (e.g., get dressed, hair/make-up, etc.) to avoid crowding in bathrooms and dressing rooms. The audition room (Studio B) can accommodate no more than 28 individuals at a time. The holding room can accommodate no more than 40 individuals at a time. Bay Street Theater welcomes performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, abilities/exceptionalities, and body types. Actors of diverse cultural and racial backgrounds are encouraged to apply. In addition to genders listed in character breakdowns, we are actively seeking transgender and non-binary performers for all roles.

EQUITY, FLAT ROCK PLAYHOUSE 2023 SEASON – FEB. 6-8 - Flat Rock Playhouse is casting Equity actors for principal roles in Flat Rock Playhouse's 2023 Season including: Ring of Fire (Richard Maltby, Jr. playwright; Bill Meade, conception; Rehearsals begin Apr. 4; Runs Apr. 21-May 6), Steel Magnolias (Robert Harling, playwright. Rehearsals begin Apr. 25; runs May 12-28), Cinderella (Richard Rodgers, music; Oscar Hammerstein II, book-lyrics; Tom Briggs, adaptation; Rehearsals begin May 23; runs Jun. 9-Jul. 2), A Chorus Line (Marvin Hamlisch, Edward Kleban, James Kirkwood Jr., Nicholas Dante, playwrights; Rehearsals begin Jun. 23; runs Jul. 13-Aug. 6), The Girl on the Train (Rachel Wagstaff, Duncan Abel, Paula Hawkins, playwrights; Rehearsals begin Aug. 1; runs Aug. 17-Sep. 2), Macbeth (William Shakespeare, playwright; Rehearsals begin Sep. 15; runs Oct. 6-22). Rehearses and runs in Flat Rock NC. Pays $940/wk. Equity CORST Z Contract. Seeking—Equity Actors: All genders, 18+. For Ring of Fire – “Trenna:” Female identifying vocalist, doubling on acoustic guitar if possible; “Jason:” *Johnny Cash role. Male identifying vocalist playing acoustic guitar; “Dave:” Male identifying vocalist playing electric guitar, banjo, and fiddle;  “Eddie:” Male identifying vocalist playing acoustic and electric guitar; “Mark:” Male identifying vocalist playing bass (preferably double bass but electric bass can be used) and various percussion; *The small cast version of Ring of Fire, is intended for five cast members who also play the instruments; for A Chorus Line – “Don Kerr:” 20s-30s; a married man who once worked in a strip club; “Maggie Winslow:” 20s; a sweet woman who grew up in a broken home; “Mike Costa:” 20s; an aggressive dancer who learned to tap at an early age; “Connie Wong:” 20s; a petite Chinese American who seems ageless; “Greg Gardner:” 30s; a sassy Jewish gay man who divulges his first experience with a woman; “Cassie Ferguson:” 30s; a once successful solo dancer down on her luck and former love of Zach's; “Sheila Bryant:” 30s; a sassy, sexy, aging dancer who tells of her unhappy childhood; “Bobby Mills:” 30s; Sheila's best friend who jokes about his conservative upbringing in Buffalo, New York; “Bebe Benzenheimer:” 20s; a young dancer who only feels beautiful when she dances; “Judy Turner:” 20s; a tall, gawky, and quirky dancer; “Richie Walters:” 20s; an enthusiastic black man who once planned to be a kindergarten teacher; “Al DeLuca:” 20s-30s; an Italian American who takes care of his wife; “Val Clark:” 20s; a foul-mouthed but excellent dancer who couldn't get performing jobs because of her looks until she had plastic surgery; “Mark Anthony:” 19-20; the youngest dancer who recounts the time he told his priest he thought he had gonorrhea; “Paul San Marco:” 20s; a gay Puerto Rican who dropped out of high school and survived a troubled childhood; “Diana Morales:” 20s; Paul's friend, another Puerto Rican who was underestimated by her teachers. Equity Principal Auditions Feb 6 from 9:30AM-5:30PM ET, Feb 7 from 9:30AM-5:30PM ET & Feb 8 from 9:30AM-5:30PM ET (Break 1pm-2pm each day) at Actors' Equity New York Audition Center (165 W. 46th St., 16th Fl., New York City NY 10036). For consideration, prepare a brief cut of a song and a monologue or two contrasting songs. All must be vaccinated. EPA Procedures are in effect for this audition. An Equity Monitor will be provided. Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions. Equity encourages everyone participating in the auditions to wear a two-ply cloth face mask, surgical mask, singer’s mask, or respirator (N95, KN95, or KF94). Single-ply face masks, gaiters, and bandanas are not recommended. Singer’s masks can be found at www.broadwayreliefproject.com/singersmask. Equity encourages members to prepare for their audition prior to arriving at the audition venue, to the extent that they can (e.g., get dressed, hair/make-up, etc.) to avoid crowding in bathrooms and dressing rooms. The audition room can accommodate no more than 28 individuals at a time. The holding room can accommodate no more than 40 individuals at a time.

EQUITY, ‘MR. CONFIDENTIAL’ – FEB. 7 DEADLINE - Actors Theatre of Indiana is seeking video submissions from Equity actors for roles in Mr. Confidential, a musical. David Snyder, composer; Rehearsals begin April 11; runs April 28-May 14 in Carmel IN. Pays $437/wk. Equity SPT 4 Contract. Seeking—“Preston Wright:” Lead, 30-45, The Los Angeles District Attorney who goes after Bob and "Confidential." Also other roles. Has strong dance abilities or moves very well. Tenor, African-American, dancer, early 30s to early 40s. Seeking talent from Carmel IN. For consideration submit a video submission to Kevin Casey, Production Stage Manager, at kcpsm@mac.com. Preparation Instructions: Prepare one song in the style of the show. This is a Jazz style score with influence of 1950s standards. More information and examples of the score can be found at mrconfidentialmusical.com. Sides and music tracks can be found on the website atistage.org on the "Employment" page. Submissions deadline is Feb. 7. All ethnicities, gender identities, and ages are encouraged to submit. All artists must be fully vaccinated.

UNNAMED POP MUSICAL – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 10 - GGP is seeking a composer for an unnamed pop musical about perseverance in the face of overwhelming societal odds. Works in spring remotely. Work From Home. Compensation for composing will be an even split of any future royalties as well as $300 upon completion, plus a small additional fee should any composing be involved in the audition process. Seeking—Composer: The script for the project is written but requires songs that fit each given scene. While the number of compositions required for this pop musical is in flux, about a dozen songs are needed at present. Since this project will be remote the composer must have the ability to craft demos. Once a melody is composed a lyricist would take over. Any composer is welcome to apply as long as they have a good ear for hooks and melody. While the project is musically intended to be rooted in late 70's or early 80's pop (e.g. the works of Hall & Oates or Tina Turner) the focus is on strong compositions first and foremost. Regardless of what genre you're most comfortable with, be it pop, rock, or soul, if you have a knack for earworms and emotional tone then please submit. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via backstage.com For consideration, include samples of work in in the application and a cover letter explaining in brief about the composing experience, particularly for songs, and preferred genre to write in.

‘HIS STORY’ – FEB. 11 – ARLINGTON TX - Eisenberg/Beans Casting is casting His Story. Anna Miriam Brown, composer; Synopsis: Bringing an iconic story into the third millennium with contemporary vernacular and perspective, His Story engages the essential struggles of our global humanity. Rehearsals begin Apr. 3; open ended run begins May 5 (approx. 8 performances/week) at The Broadway Tent at Grandscape in Dallas-Fort Worth TX. Rehearsal Salary: $700/week, most favored nations. Performance Salary: $800/week, most favored nations. Benefits: Health/vision/dental package will be offered 90 days into employment. Contract will also include provisions for paid vacation weeks, sick leave, bereavement leave, and personal days. Seeking—All Cast Members: Lead, All Genders, 18-30-year-old fierce, diverse performers; seeking strong, contemporary vocalists and strong well-rounded dancers who sing; this Troupe of Performers will take on the roles of the story; must be non-union and a local hire in the DFW area as of April 2023. Open Casting Call Feb 11 at 10AM CT at UT Arlington-Fine Arts Building (502 South Cooper St Arlington TX 76019). Please prepare a brief selection of a pop/rock song or contemporary musical theater song of your choice. An accompanist will be provided. Bring sheet music, a recent photo, and a resume, if you have one! POSSIBLE CALLBACKS: Feb 12. Seeking talent from Arlington TX. Apply via backstage.com Unable to attend the open call? No problem. Email story@ebcastingco.com with a recent photo and a brief overview of your musical talents. More info: http://www.ebcastingco.com/post/hisstory .

EQUITY, FORD’s THEATRE LORT 2023-24 SEASON – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 14 - Ford's Theatre Society is casting Equity actors for roles in Ford's Theatre LORT 2023-24 Season including Something Moving; A Meditation on Maynard (Pearl Cleage, playwright; Rehearsals begin Aug. 25; runs Sep. 29-Oct. 22), A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, writer; Michael Wilson, adaptation; Rehearsals begin Oct. 27; runs Nov. 17-Dec. 31), To Be Announced (Rehearsals begin Dec. 19; runs Jan. 26-Feb. 18, 2024), Little Shop of Horrors (Howard Ashman, book-lyrics; Alan Menken, music; Charles Griffith, screenplay; Rehearsals begin Feb. 6, 2024; runs Mar. 15-May 18, 2024). Rehearses and runs at Ford's Theatre Society in Washington DC. Pays $1,008/wk. Equity LORT B Non-Rep Contract. Seeking—Equity Actors: All genders, 18+. For Little Shop of Horrors - Seeking all roles and understudies. All roles open to all ethnicities: Seymour (male): An insecure, put-upon florist's clerk and eventual hero. Age range: 25-35. Vocal range top: G4. Vocal range bottom: A2; Audrey (female): Bleached-blond, secret love of Seymour's life. Age range: 25 to 35. Vocal range top: D5. Vocal range bottom: G-sharp3; Mr. Mushnik (male): The seasoned owner of the failing East Side flower shop and Seymour's nosy boss. Age range 55 to 65. Vocal range top: F4. Vocal range bottom: G2; Orin Scrivello (male) An egotistical dentist with a passion for leather and sadistic tendencies. Audrey's abusive boyfriend, who is targeted by Seymour. Age range 30 to 40. Vocal range top: G4. Vocal range bottom: G2; Voice of the Plant (male): An actor/vocalist located offstage. The voice is that of a conniving, street-smart 'villain.' A funky Rhythm and Blues voice is best. Age range: 20 to 50. Vocal range top: G4. Vocal range bottom: G2; “Crystal” (female) Crystal, Ronnette and Chiffon are Black street urchins, acting as the occasional Greek Chorus. Young, hip, and smart, these girls are the only ones who have a grip on reality. Age range: 20 to 35. Vocal range top: F5. Vocal range bottom: A-flat3. “Ronnette” (female) Crystal, Ronnette and Chiffon are Black street urchins, acting as the occasional Greek Chorus. Young, hip, and smart, these girls are the only ones who have a grip on reality. Age range: 20 to 35. Vocal range top: F5. Vocal range bottom: A-flat3. “Chiffon” (female) Crystal, Ronnette and Chiffon are Black street urchins, acting as the occasional Greek Chorus. Young, hip, and smart, these girls are the only ones who have a grip on reality. Age range: 20 to 35. Vocal range top: F5. Vocal range bottom: A-flat. Seeking talent from Washington DC. Apply via backstage.com For consideration, talent auditioning for plays must prepare a classic or modern monologue from the canon of American drama that’s no more than 90 seconds. Talent auditioning for musical auditions must prepare either a contemporary piece of musical theatre, or alternatively, a musical theatre piece rooted in early 1960s rock and roll, doo-wop, rhythm & blues, or early Motown. An accompanist will be provided. Remember to bring sheet music. The music selection should not exceed 90 seconds. Talent may do both a monologue and a song but should not exceed two minutes. Members will be seen on a first-come, first-serve basis. An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions. Ford’s Theatre Society has a mandatory vaccination policy for all artists and employees. The policy is designed to comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws. Equity encourages everyone participating in the auditions to wear a two-ply cloth face mask, surgical mask, singer’s mask, or respirator (N95, KN95, or KF94). Single-ply face masks, gaiters and bandanas are not recommended. Singer’s masks can be found at www.broadwayreliefproject.com/singersmask. Equity encourages members to prepare for their audition prior to arriving at the audition venue, to the extent that they can (e.g., get dressed, hair/make-up, etc.) to avoid crowding in bathrooms and dressing rooms. The audition room can accommodate no more than 18 individuals at a time. The holding room can accommodate no more than 18 individuals at a time.

‘LITTLE MERMAID’ and ‘OKLAHOMA!’ – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 15 - Round Barn Theatre is casting BIPOC actors specifically for the roles of “Sebastian” in The Little Mermaid and “Ali Hakim” in Oklahoma, as well as all other roles throughout the 2023 season. Rehearses Feb. 21-Apr. 23; 6 Jun.-Aug 6; 18 Apri-18 Jun.; 6 Jun.-6 Aug; 1 Aug.-24 Sept.; 19 Sept.-5 Nov.; 17 Oct.-31 Dec.; Running date TBA; in Nappanee IN. Travel expenses, free housing, and utilities provided. Pay for the roles are as follows: Sabastian: $2,800; Ali-Hakim: $2,400; Little Mermaid: $2,150-2,500; Secret Garden: $2,150-2,600; Oklahoma: $2,000-2,100; Seussical: $2,000-2,100; Ring of Fire: $1,900; Elf: $2,800-3,200. Seeking—“Sebastian:” Lead, Male, 18-50, Ideally casting an individual of African Descent to portray role in original Jamaican Dialect. Will consider other BIPOC actors to portray role from other island or sea backgrounds; “Ali Hakim:” Supporting, Male, 18-50, Ideally played by an actor of middle eastern (Persian/Iranian) decent. Can adjust the characters intent (is he lying about his ethnicity), but role will be cast with a BIPOC actor; Season Ensemble: Chorus/Ensemble, 18+, Various Ensemble roles in the 2023 Season: Little Mermaid, Secret Garden, Oklahoma, Seussical, Ring of Fire, and Elf. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via backstage.com For consideration, send a headshot, vocal and dance Reel.

‘JUNGLE BOOK,’ TOURING CHILDREN’s MUSICAL – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 16 - The Panto Company USA LLC is casting a touring interactive children's musical of Jungle Book. Pay is TBD. Accommodations and transportation also provided when traveling outside NYC. Seeking—“Bagheera:” Lead, 18-35, The panther. Strong, stealthy. Threatening at first, but kind and helpful to Mowgli. Must have good character movement skills. Strong singing voice. All roles must have strong character or animal movement skills, good singing voice and can be played by actors identifying as male or female; “Baloo:” Lead, 18-35, The bear large and lumbering. Warm and very fond of Mowgli. Strong comedic ability essential. Good singing voice required. All roles must have strong character or animal movement skills, good singing voice and can be played by actors identifying as male or female; “Hathi:” Lead, 18-34, The elephant. Rather pompous and forgetful. Older character. English accent an advantage. Strong comedy character. All roles must have strong character or animal movement skills, good singing voice and can be played by actors identifying as male or female; “Junior:” Lead, 18-34, A young elephant. Fun and energetic. Must have good skills connecting with the audience. All roles must have strong character or animal movement skills, good singing voice and can be played by actors identifying as male or female; “Kaa the Snake:” Lead, 18-34, Initially threatening, but proves to be a protector to Mowgli. Good vocal and physical skills required. All roles must have strong character or animal movement skills, good singing voice and can be played by actors identifying as male or female; “Mowgli:” Lead, 18-24, A young boy who’s grown up in the forest. Brave, but his self-confidence gets him into troubles. Strong ability to relate to the audience essential. Playing age young teen. All roles must have strong character or animal movement skills, good singing voice and can be played by actors identifying as male or female; “King Louie:” Lead, 18-35, King of the apes. Mean, powerful and threatening and unintentionally comedic. Must have a strong voice. To be played by actors identifying as male or female All roles must have strong character or animal movement skills, good singing voice and can be played by actors identifying as male or female; “Shere Khan:” Lead, 18-34, The tiger fierce, powerful and menacing, but must be played with a strong sense of humour. Strong singing skills required. All roles must have strong character or animal movement skills, good singing voice and can be played by actors identifying as male or female; “Tabiqui:” Lead, 18-35, The jackal side kick to Shere Khan. Dumb, rather like the Lion King hyenas. Vocal and physical comedy skills essential. All roles must have strong character or animal movement skills, good singing voice and can be played by actors identifying as male or female. Seeking talent from Abilene TX; New York NY; Dallas TX. Apply via backstage.com For consideraton, submit a headshot, video reel, and cover letter. In cover letter, confirm availability for all performance dates and immediate availability to attend an zoom audition and begin rehearsals.

2023 TIMBER LAKE PLAYHOUSE – FEB. 18 - Timber Lake Playhouse is casting strong actors, singers, and dancers for Timber Lake Playhouse 2023 season including: Grease (runs June 1-11), The 39 Steps (runs June 15-25), The Sound of Music (runs June 29-July 9), Matilda Jr (runs July 13-16), 9 to 5 (runs July 20-30), Bright Star (runs Aug. 3-13), Jersey Boys (runs Aug. 17-27), Church Basement Ladies (runs Sep. 8-17), and Million Dollar Quartet Christmas (runs Dec. 1-10). Company members, guest actors, ensemble, and interns of all types are strongly encouraged to audition. Rehearses and performs in Chicago IL. Pays $220-$500/Week Room and board provided. Seeking—All Roles: All Genders, 5+, Production states: "This audition is for every role available this summer, fall, and Christmas season! About minors: They can have their parents with them at the audition. There are no special requirements except what we ask from all actors. We are casting for The Sound of Music so we have ages ranging from 5 to 18. We're also producing Grease where we can take high schoolers anywhere from 13 to 17 for minors. We don't need the younger children for any of the dance calls. But anyone wanting to be in Grease will have to attend the dance call which happens at the end of every hour." Audition by appointment Feb 18 from 9AM-4PM CT in Chicago IL. Visit https://www.timberlakeplayhouse.org/audition-info. After you have auditioned, you may be asked to attend a dance/movement callback at the end of each hour. Bring appropriate dance attire and footwear. Seeking talent from Mount Carroll, Chicago IL. For consideration, prepare 32 bars of a song selection of your choosing. Bring sheet music in the appropriate key – an accompanist will be provided. Prepare a 1-minute modern monologue of your choosing. Bring an updated headshot and resume. Time permitting, you may be asked to read – sides will be provided in the room.

EQUITY, ‘The BRAILLE LEGACY’ – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 28 - Producers are seeking blind and low-vision singers-actors of all agents to fill a variety of different roles. If you are a Blind or low-vision performer who can sing, we encourage you to submit. Synopsis: 1819. A young boy shows up in the big city of Paris. He has just been accepted into the most unique school in the whole world where he is at last going to make his dream come true: get an education like all the other children of his age. But pretty soon he finds out that things don’t always happen as planned. Men are born free and equal but some are more free and equal than others. Out of the blue, he has an idea: a simple fantastic and visionary idea that will change the world and bring freedom to a whole group of people. The boy was Blind and his name was... Louis Braille. Rehearses in Los Angeles for two weeks, performs two weekends in LA and NY - TBD 2023. Deferred Pay; Profit Share; SAG-AFTRA / EQUITY RATES. Seeking—Blind/Low-vision Actor-Singer: Lead, All Genders, 8-60, Looking for Blind and low-vision singers-actors of all agents to fill a variety of different roles. If you are a Blind or low-vision performer who can sing, we encourage you to submit. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via backstage.com In your cover letter, please state if you are blind or low-vision, and please attach a video of you singing with your submission for consideration.

‘BRIAR/ROSE’ – MAR. 3 & 4 – SEATTLE - Magpie Artists' Ensemble is casting Briar/Rose, the age-old story of a fairytale Princess banished by an evil Queen, with a twist: the “Princess” is actually Briar, a young trans man just discovering his identity. Seeking actors, singers, and musicians to fill two lead roles, as well as the Storyteller Ensemble. Queer and disabled performers, performers of color, and other historically excluded people are especially encouraged to audition. Rehearses April 3-June 18, evenings; tech and runs June 19-30 at Theatre Off Jackson, Seattle WA. Deferred Pay. Cast and crew members each receive an equal share of profits from ticket sales, for virtual downloads and in-person seats, after production costs are recouped. Seeking—“Rose” Young Briar: Lead, Non Binary, Trans Male, Late teens, 20s, transmasculine, white, 5’5” or shorter, soprano. Quiet yet defiant, imaginative, sweet. A young trans man just discovering his identity; The performer joins the Storyteller ensemble for the second half of the show and may wear either pants or a skirt for that portion; they will also sing and, or play an instrument; “Lady Brunhilde:” Lead, Female, gender-Nonconforming, Nan Binary, Trans Female, 20s, female, any vocal range, any race, and ethnicity. Brash, outgoing, deeply loyal. Prince Alister’s half-sister; This performer is a member of the Storyteller ensemble for some scenes, and songs and may sing and/or play an instrument during those times; The Crows: Chorus/Ensemble, All Genders, 18+, singing, Two members of the Storyteller ensemble who occasionally use simple flying puppets and choreographed movements to portray the Crows, the Queen’s minions; The Guard: Chorus/Ensemble, All Genders, 18+, singing, A member of the Storyteller ensemble who is featured as one of the Queen’s minions for a few scenes.; Storytellers: Chorus/Ensemble, All Genders, 18+, Ensemble members who sing and/or play instruments in group numbers, do simple choreographed dance, and movement, and welcome the audience into the world of the play.  Looking for singers, guitar, fiddle, or violin, percussion, flute, mandolin. Auditions by appointment Mar 3 from 6PM-9PM PT & Mar 4 from 11AM-2PM PT at Theatre Puget Sound (305 Harrison St, Seattle WA 98109). Seeking talent from Seattle WA. Apply via backstage.com or visit https://briarrosemusical.carrd.co/ Please see our production site for sides, suggested songs, and additional details, as well as to book an audition slot.

ACTORS COMPANY Of NATICK’s ‘INTO The WOODS’ – NOTICE EXPIRES MAR. 5 - Actors Company of Natick is casting Into The Woods, a musical produced by Actors Company of Natick and by composer and lyricist, Stephen Sondheim and playwright James Lapine. Contract runs July 5-30; rehearses July 5-16, time and location TBD; tech rehearsals run July 17-19 (5PM) in Keiter Theatre Natick MA; final dress rehearsal runs July 20 (7PM) in Keiter Theatre, Natick MA; show runs July 21-22 (7PM), 23 (2PM & 7PM), 27 (10:30AM), 28-29 (7PM), and 30 (2PM) in Keiter Theatre, Natick MA. Pays $1,200 flat rate. Housing is available for actors who live more than 50 miles away from Natick MA. Seeking—All Roles: Lead, Supporting, Ensemble, 18+. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). In-person auditions run Mar. 4 (11AM-7PM) at the Common Street Spiritual Center in Natick MA. Prepare a 32-bar cut of a selection from either "Into The Woods" or Sondheim. An accompanist will be provided. See form for virtual submission. For consideration, fill out this form to confirm your audition spot: https://forms.gle/PKNbPYVRVHoshF2VA.

‘The MAGICAL JOURNEY Of ARLEKINA’ 2023 SEASONS & TOUR NYC – NOTICE EXPIRES MAR. 30 - E.A.Production is casting The Magical Journey Of Arlekina, an Off-Broadway Time Square 42nd St & the tour - outside of NY & US. 1 Year contract - tour & Off Broadway Time Square 42nd theatre shows. a very open contract - with an options to book other shows and gigs. Pays $15-17/hr. (rehearsals); $500 - $1300 Thu - Sun shows. Seeking—“smiley Seller:” Supporting, Male, 35-55, A Greek man; who can have a Greek accent, a funny, happy, smart, and witty person; he enjoys life and is knowledgeable in every subject; his voice is charismatic and noticeable; “Mr. Fire:” Lead, Male, 27-45, Half a person and a half caterpillar; a special character of the evil park manager. Production states: "If you have a Russian accent, knowledge or fire juggling, indicate it in your submission. As a singer, you should have an authoritative voice with depth"; “DeeDance:” Supporting, Male/Trans Male, 21-35, A Drag King; a half person and a half deer; a stage beast, hyperactive, bouncy, and joyful; also loves to dance (indicate if there is any dance experience); DeeDance is a superstar who loves everything about name brands, bags, and shoes; experience singing pop with a tendency to be more sensitive; note on your cover letter if you know how to perform in heels; Scream Chef:” Supporting, Female, 35-60, She has an opera voice, Mezzo-Soprano with strong acting abilities; she is the best chef in the amusement park but also has a dark side as the bad chef; when she demands something she will scream with her opera voice; she is supposed to be tall and a big woman, but this thing can also just be part of her vibe it's all about the acting; “Sir Cop:” Supporting, Male, 30-50, Half dog half-human, he is a nice guy; smart, and knows everything about the park, he is also the announcer of the show and loves to tell stories; he lets people get into the park only if they are happy; he has a nice and very relaxing voice; “Sean the Kid;” Supporting, Male, 18-23, He grows up at the amusement park; he is the best friend of everyone; he is taking care of the dolls boot, and helping Arlekina to remember how this place used to be; young, lovely, smiling all over; the song is kind of a hip hop song, in a musical style; we do have someone playing that role for the showcase in June; we are still looking to have someone to join us for the main cast later this year; “Arlekina:” Lead, Female, 23-33, She's the product of the audience and as soon as the colors disappear from the stage, Arlekina will emerge from a cocoon and become a ButterClown; she will save the day with innocence, and happiness and teach that money is not the most important thing in life; seeking a fighter prince with strong singing abilities. Seeking talent from Brooklyn, New York, Queens, Manhattan NY; Jersey City, Hoboken NJ; New York City NY. Apply via backstage.com For consideration, submit a headshot, reel, and cover letter noting availability for 2023, indicating the dance/circus experience level. Include a video with a song of choice. Note: For the callback, be prepared to sing, play, and dance.

‘CHAMELEON’ – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 20, 2023 - Producers are casting Chameleon. Synopsis: A new musical about accepting your differences and raising mental health awareness. Production states: "Casting one of the lead male roles." Daisy Villegas, creator-writer; Will Meid, songwriter-co-book writer, Michelle Macasero, co-songwriter. Production states: "Rehearsals will be held through Zoom and all info will be provided through a WhatsApp group chat once you are cast." No Pay. Seeking—“Lisa Fiorenza:” Chorus/Ensemble, 18-21, A teen actress in the movie with Sam. She plays his love interest, and they talk occasionally when not filming. She's aware of the pressure having a director as his dad puts on Sam; “Sam Pretorius:” Lead, Male, 18-21, A life full of magazines and paparazzi might sound great to most people, but Sam, the star of a new action movie, just want to get a break to be a regular kid for even a little bit. His director father, Dave, pushed him to act because of his job, and Sam put additional pressure on himself to be the best at it, so maybe he’d get his mom to come back after she’d left him and his father a few years prior; “Dave Pretorius:” Supporting, Male, 36-52, The award-winning director Dave Pretorius usually has everything planned out down to a science when it comes to his career and that of his son Sam’s; “Sam” Understudy: Lead, Male, 18-22; “Brady” Understudy: Supporting, Male, 18-25, Chase's best friend, pea to his pod, extrovert to his introvert, Brady has big plans for Chase (and a love for practical jokes all strangely involving animals for some reason- he let loose some snakes in the teachers’ lounge last year but didn’t get caught!) and Chase usually wants no part in them; “Anna” Understudy: Lead, Female, 18-25, Chase's crush and friend, Anna is a very intelligent, playful girl. Chase crushing on her is unknown to Anna, she just thinks of him as a good friend. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Submit via Backstage.com For consideration, submit a video of you acting out the sides of your character and another singing the musical theater song of your choice except those auditioning for Anna, Sam, or Chase.

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END OF YEAR SINGER TALENT SEARCH – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 17 - Prymax Media is seeking singers for future contracts. Production states: "Seeking and signing four artists for 2023 releases in genres: pop, soft rock, hip-hop, rap, gospel, contemporary, traditional, R&B and soul." Works TBD in NYC. Deferred pay. Offering single(s) deal contracts. Seeking—Singer Talent: Lead, All Genders, 18+. Seeking talent Worldwide. For consideration, submit a headshot, video reel, cover letter, and an audio sample of voice and/or a video link. Auditions held TBD via Zoom.

APEX TALENT GROUP – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 23 - Apex Talent Group LLC is seeking youth actors within 100 miles of Los Angeles, NYC, or Atlanta between the ages of 6-17. If we are interested, we will contact you within two weeks to schedule a callback. All youth clients' parents must also have a flexible schedule to attend auditions, bookings, etc. with their child. Founded in 2011, Apex Talent Group is a full-service artist & talent management company representing a diverse roster across the US. Over the years, Apex's clients have been cast as series regulars (networks include ABC, Netflix, & Nickelodeon), lead roles in feature films (including Despicable Me 3, Steppin' Into the Holiday, Upside-Down Magic & Holiday Rush), Broadway shows and tours (including The Lion King, Waitress, The Lightning Thief, Bat Out of Hell, Once, Jesus Christ Superstar, Pippin, The Sound of Music, Love Never Dies, Finding Neverland, The King And I, Miss Saigon, The Office - A Musical Parody & Annie), recurring Guest Stars (including All Rise, Secrets of Sulphur Springs, Never Have I Ever, American Housewife & Liv And Maddie), and their music Artists have had releases on various record labels including Walt Disney Records. Owner, Richard Makarewicz, is a member of the Talent Managers Association (TMA). He also has a valid child performer services permit and have been approved to represent child performers under 18 years old in the state of CA by the Department of Industrial Relations Division of Labor Standards Enforcement. For representation. Not Paid. Seeking—Youth Actors: Lead, All Genders, 6-17, Based in Los Angeles, Atlanta or NYC. All ethnicities - submit your child's headshot, resume, and any video clips you have for further consideration. If your child does not have a reel, record them performing a scene or monologue and include the link with your submission. This does not need to be a professional video; it can be recorded on your cell phone. For more information on Apex Talent Group, visit our website at www.apextalentgroup.com.

CORE TALENT – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 1, 2023 - Core Talent is a Dallas-based talent agency representing actors of all ages for work in film, television, commercials, industrials, print, and more. Currently accepting submissions for new talent representation, strong preference for diversity. Rehearsal and pay varies by project. Seeking—New faces: ages 5+. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Email a headshot, resume, introductory video, and demo reel or performance clip to info@coretalent.biz.

RECORDING/STUDIO SESSIONS/VOICEOVERS/FILM/TV/ONLINE:

DEMO JINGLES – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 3 - Jingles Unlimited is seeking singers to record a capella lyrics to demo jingles. The company can write music around the voice. The demo is generally 15-60 seconds. Artists' voices will not be used for actual recording unless specifically contacted to record. Records TBD remotely. Pays $50-$100/recording. Seeking—Demo Singers/Voiceover/Content Creators: All Genders, 18+ Work From Home; Singers with beautiful soulful and powerful voices to sing demo ideas for real musicians to build with. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States; United Kingdom; Australia). Apply via backstage.com For consideration submit a recording in the style of this clip: https://youtu.be/B8TkIF3WLS0. Jingle 11. Lyrics from link:
I SEE THE WAY YOU LOOK AT ME BOY
THEM COWBOY BOOTS/AND FLASHY SPURS
NOW, TELL ME IF YOU'RE PLAYING FOR SPORT/ OR ARE YOU A, LIFE LONG CHAMPION
WELL, THEM LEVI'S GOT YOU LOOKING REAL FINE/ MAKE ME FEEL HIGHER THAN A GEORGIA PINE
AND, YOUR SAYING THAT I'M BEING TOO MEAN, YOU AIN'T GON' LEAVE ME FOR NO JOLENE

-Chorus
I AM NOT A 1 TRICK PONY, SO SHOW ME THAT YOU CAN HOLD ME
NO I AM NOT A 1 TRICK PONY, SO PROVE TO ME THAT YOU CAN LOVE ME
YODELE-EY, YODELE-EY, YODELE HE WHOOOOO, EEE WHO
-YODELE-EY, YODELE-EY, YODELE HE HAAAAA?

‘DON’T FORGET The LYRICS’ – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 7 - Apploff Entertainment is casting Don’t Forget the Lyrics! gameshow. Production states: "The hit gameshow is back! Are you ready to lock in those lyrics for the chance to win up to one million dollars? We are looking for dynamic contestants who know the lyrics to biggest hit songs of all time! If you know your music, please apply!" Shoots in March in Ireland. Must have a valid passport. Not Paid. You can win up to one million dollars. Seeking—Contestants That Can Carry a Tune: Day Player, All Genders, 18+, Charismatic men and women that love music and know the lyrics to their favorite songs. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via backstage.com For consideration, your application must include a cover letter.

CHICAGO TALENT CONCERT/SHOWCASE – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 25 - StarKids TV and Top National Talent is casting talent to perform in StarKids TV and Top National Talent events that are being held on, Nashville TN. Note: This a seated concert and showcases. Singers, dancers, poets, models, and more are welcome to apply. Sign up to enjoy an amazing performance with a live audience. Or enjoy individual professionally recorded performances. Many dates, various platforms. Receive amazing content, exposure and more. Shoots TBD and Feb. 26, 2023, dates to come for national showcase and performances located in Chicago IL. Marketing shoots, and recordings. Located national hotels.  No pay. No participation fee is required to participate or perform. No fee is required to perform if selected. Seeking—Performer: 6-21, for TV show or events. Seeking talent from Chicago IL. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://www.starkidstv.com For consideration, submit bio or resume, audition video, and pictures.

VIRGINIA TALENT CONCERT/SHOWCASE – NOTICE EXPIRES MAR. 11 - StarKids TV and Top National Talent is casting talent to perform in StarKids TV and Top National Talent events that are being held in Virginia. March 2023. Note: These are seated concerts and showcases. Singers, dancers, poets, models, and more are welcome to apply. Sign up to enjoy an amazing performance with a live audience. Or enjoy individual professionally recorded performances. Many dates, various platforms. Receive amazing content, exposure and more. Shoots TBD, dates to come for national showcase and performances located in VA, MD, WVA and DC. Note: Marketing shoots, and recordings. Located national hotels. Not Paid. No participation fee is required to participate or perform. No fee is required to perform if selected. Seeking—Performer: 6-21, For TV show or events. Seeking talent from Virginia Beach VA; Virginia State University VA. Apply via backstage.com For consideration, submit bio or resume, audition video, and pictures.

GEORGIA TALENT CONCERT/SHOWCASE – NOTICE EXPIRES MAR. 11 - StarKids TV and Top National Talent is casting talent to perform in StarKids TV and Top National Talent events that are being held in, Georgia. Note: These are seated concerts and showcases. Singers, dancers, poets, models, and more are welcome to apply. Sign up to enjoy an amazing performance with a live audience. Or enjoy individual professionally recorded performances. Many dates, various platforms. Receive amazing content, exposure and more. Shoots TBD, dates to come for national showcase and performances located in GA, TN, and AK. Note: Marketing shoots, and recordings. Located national hotels. No pay. No participation fee is required to participate or perform. No fee is required to perform if selected. Seeking—Performer: 6-21, For TV show or events. Seeking talent from Atlanta GA. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://www.starkidstv.com For consideration, submit bio or resume, audition video, and pictures.

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BARRINGTON MUSICAL THEATRE CONSERVATORY PROGRAMME – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 16 - Barrington Stage Company is seeking for actors to apply for The Musical Theatre Conservatory Programme. The Musical Theatre Conservatory is an 8 Week Intensive training program. Our main goal is to provide a welcoming and supportive environment and a curriculum that is directly relevant to becoming a working artist. Collaborate, work with, and learn from some of the best industry professionals. 2022 Guests and Faculty Included Jason Danieley, Teri Ralston, Mark H. Dold, Pat McCorkle, Alan H. Green, Joe Iconis, Joel Waggoner and more. Scroll down to view full roster. We hope that your time at MTC will lead to self-discovery and be fulfilling, transformative, and revealing, as you begin to carve out your place within this industry. Application dates, Jun 5-Jul 28. Not Paid. Tuition based summer conservatory. However, we have a growing number of competitive fellowships, where tuition and housing is paid in full. Seeking—BSC MTC conservatory Student: 18-30, The MTC curriculum is based on a series of professional classes, workshops and intensives taught by associate artists, company creatives and guests of Barrington Stage Company. This is the backbone of your MTC experience. You will fill your toolbox with technique and method, challenge yourself, increase your stamina, skills, and flexibility as an artist. Train in Voice, Acting, Dance, Audition Technique, Industry Knowledge, and more! Conservatory students participate in a variety of performances, providing an opportunity to directly apply the skills you hone here. From cabarets, to showcases, special events, and staged readings- we are always looking for more opportunities for the cohort to shine. We have a high expectation of professionalism and integrity from the MTC ensemble. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). HOW TO APPLY: apply via backstage.com or BSCEducation Candidates must demonstrate strong musical theatre skills, be at least 19 years of age, and have completed at least one year of University-level training. Prospective students can expect to prepare audition packages, a personal statement, and a letter of recommendation. There is limited space available. Participants are selected through a highly competitive application process and are encouraged to apply early. Students being strongly considered will be scheduled for interviews. Offers will go out by March 1, 2023.

AFTERSCHOOL MUSICAL THEATER TEACHERS – NOTICE EXPIRES MAR. 31, 2023 - Citywide Afterschool Program of Kids is an arts enrichment company inspiring and developing children in the worlds of art and movement. We are seeking talented instructors who want to share their art with the next generation. We are seeking artists during afterschool hours as instructors for the 2022-23 school year. Locations we are currently hiring for are: Manhattan and Brooklyn locations. 2-5 days available. Works in Manhattan Eastside and Westside, Carrol Gardens and some Lower Manhattan. Pays Biweekly. Commensurate with experience. Must have experience working with children. Seeking—Musical Theater Teachers for Children: 24+. Note if you have taught in your hometown dance studio a plus but not required; Musical Theater Teachers for Manhattan Location: 24+, seeking teachers for kids grades K-5. Seeking talent from New York City NY. Apply via Backstage.com For consideration, send resume, cover letter why you are the best person for the job, and links to your work.

ONLINE AUDITION TECHNIQUE And ACTING WORKSHOP – NOTICE EXPIRES MAR. 31 - Acting Workshops and Webinars is seeking talent to participate in a two-and-a-half-hour online audition technique and acting workshop for self-taped and in-person auditions. Company states: "With casting director Alison McBryde. 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 during the workshop. Open to actors of all levels from novice to experienced professional, 16+. Actors between 12-15 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 is offered in English via Zoom: Sunday, Jan. 22 at 3PM, Sunday, Feb. 26 at 3PM, Tuesday, Mar. 14 at 7PM, & Thursday, Mar. 30 at 8PM. Times given are Eastern Standard time (EST in USA and Canada). Check a time zone converter for the correct time in your area. Not Paid. Fees required: $54.95 tuition for full participation; $19.95 tuition for audit only. Seeking—Audit Only Workshop attendee: All genders, 14+, Actors under age 18 should have parental permission unless legally emancipated; those who audit the workshop will not participate; however, they may send questions regarding auditioning for consideration prior to the workshop; Full Participant in Workshop: All Genders, 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. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via backstage.com or Eventbrite

NYC HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL THEATER SHOWCASE – NOTICE EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2023 - Next Stop Broadway is casting a High School Musical Theater Showcase. The showcase will feature 8 singers from the NYC Tri-State area singing 2 solos and a finale; 2 private sessions with Director and Music Director; 2 finale rehearsals with full cast on same days as private sessions; Performance fee includes song suggestions of specifically chosen songs you may not know, private sessions with the Director and Music Director, finale rehearsals, private direction session with the Director, performance video, professional audio, and photos. Rehearsals will be scheduled around the cast's availability. Rehearsals in mid-town Manhattan. A private Direction session with Director Linda Ray will be on Zoom. Not Paid. Seeking—Featured singers: Lead, 14-18, Featured soloist singing 2 solos and finale. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via backstage.com For consideration Send two full Musical Theater songs: One uptempo song and one ballad. Performance videos will be accepted if the solo can be heard very clearly. Include photo, resume, age, and location where you live.

The NEW YORK PERFORMING ARTS ACADEMY 2023 SCHOLARSHIP AUDITIONS – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 31 - The New York Performing Arts Academy is seeking prospective students for The New York Performing Arts Academy's acting, singing-musical theater, and dance programs. Note: Auditions are for potential full or partial scholarships and admittance to the Performing Arts programs. Unpaid. Full and partial scholarships available for performing arts programs. Seeking—Actors: 18+, Singers/Musical Theater: 18+. Apply via backstage.com or visit NYPAA For consideration, submit a monologue of choice not to exceed two minutes. Singers/musical theater: Prepare a song selection not to exceed the two-minute time limit. Dancers: Prepare a selection not to exceed the two-minute time limit.

ICON ARTS ACADEMY – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 31 - ICON Arts Academy is seeking young talent for ICON Arts Academy's new boarding performing arts high school. Company states: "Located in Iowa City, IA, we offer focused study in Dance, Theatre Arts, Music, and Design & Production/Visual Arts for high school students at all skill levels. Register today for an audition near you or take advantage of our virtual auditions." School year runs August 2023-May 2024 in Iowa City IA. Audition fee: $50. Tuition: $22,000/year (not including housing and an out-of-state academic fee of $8,750, if applicable). Seeking—Actor: 14-18. For consideration, include a headshot with submission. For more information on auditions, go to ICONArtsAcademyAuditions 

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BAHAMAS RESORT – NOTICE EXPIRES JAN. 30 - Illustrious Events is seeking singers/instrumentalists for a resort. Company states: "We are looking for a singer/guitarist or keyboards player for a luxury family resort in the beautiful Bahamas. Ideally, the successful candidate will have at least a 300/400 song repertoire and will play around 2.5/3 hrs. a day, six days a week (without repeating the same songs). Different types of music genres. Instrumental skills are a huge asset." Works TBD in the Bahamas. Pays TBD plus lodging and meals provided. Seeking—Singers: Lead, 18+. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via backstage.com The interview will be held online.

‘VOICES Of LIBERTY,’ EQUITY NYC EPA – FEB. 1 - Walt Disney World Company is casting Equity actors for Walt Disney World's Voices Of Liberty. Runs TBD at Walt Disney World. Pays $22/hour minimum - includes potential Equity pension, Equity 401K & Disney health. Equity Walt Disney World Agreement. Seeking—Voices of Liberty Vocalists: 18+, Soprano 1 & 2, Alto 1 & 2, Tenor 1 & 2, Baritone, Bass; extreme vocal range and control, sight singing, and quick study memorization skills; ensemble vocalists of all ethnicities for The Voices of Liberty, an a cappella ensemble which sings traditional Americana music in tight, eight-part harmonies, at the Walt Disney World® Resort near Orlando FL. Equity Principal Audition by appointment Feb 1 from 9:30AM-5:30PM ET (break 1pm-2pm) at Pearl Studios 500 (500 8th Ave, New York City NY 10018-6504). Equity encourages members to prepare for their audition prior to arriving at the audition venue, to the extent that they can (e.g., get dressed, hair/make-up, etc.) to avoid crowding in bathrooms and dressing rooms. Holding/Audition room information: The maximum capacity in the holding room is: 21. The maximum capacity in the audition room is: 24. An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. Prepare a short musical selection and provide clearly marked sheet music, in the correct key, for the accompanist. Prerecorded accompaniment or a cappella auditions will not be allowed. Prepare Americana/Folk/Pop/Musical Theatre selections. Opera is not recommended. Bring your headshot and resume stapled together. To schedule an audition appointment email: Gregory.B.James@Disney.com. Potential in-person callbacks Feb. 2 in New York NY. More info at www.disneyauditions.com. Upon signing of Walt Disney World® Individual Employment Contract, candidates are eligible to immediately apply for membership in Actor’s Equity Association. Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to attend every audition. Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions. Equity encourages everyone participating in the auditions to wear a two-ply cloth face mask, surgical mask, singer’s mask or respirator (N95, KN95 or KF94). Single-ply face masks, gaiters and bandanas are not recommended. Singer’s masks can be found at www.broadwayreliefproject.com/singersmask.

PRODUCTION VOCALISTS and OPERA SINGERS – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 2 - Agency Rising Stars is seeking production vocalists and opera singers for potential work on cruise ships. Works TBD within the US. Deferred Pay. Contract from 6 months. Accommodation, air tickets, and meals provided. Seeking—Singers: All Genders, 18-35. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via backstage.com or visit https://www.risingstars.com.ua/castings/singers.php?p=M For consideration, submit a headshot and resume.

POP or ROCK MUSIC DUO – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 3 - Agency Rising Stars is casting Pop or Rock music duo, who can also perform Latin ballroom standard, for potential work on a cruise ship. Note: must be fully vaccinated. Works starting January. Deferred Pay. Meals, accommodation, flight tickets. Contract for four-six month. Seeking—Pop or Rock Duo: all Genders, 18+. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via backstage.com or visit https://www.risingstars.com.ua/castings/music-groups.php?p=M

GREENBRIER ENTERTAINER – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 5 - The Greenbrier Resort is seeking entertainers for The Greenbrier Resort, located in White Sulphur Springs WV. Runs starting February 2023. All Roles Paid.  Free housing option available. Note: Selected applicants will be required to live locally for the duration of their contract. Seeking—Springhouse Entertainer: Lead, 21-40, Versatile vocalists with experience in solo and group singing. Applicants must be comfortable jumping around styles and genres. Responsibilities include daily cabaret-style shows and a choreographed partner dance, weekend ensemble shows, along with seasonal productions for summer and winter as well as other occasional entertainment responsibilities around the resort. Vocal versatility is a must, for performing styles such as pop, musical theater, R&B, rock, etc. Dance experience is a plus. Nationwide (United States). Apply via backstage.com or visit https://www.greenbrier.com/ For consideration, submit a headshot and video reel. Note: prepare a top 40s selection from any decade.

2023 YELLOWSTONE PLAYHOUSE SUMMER SEASON – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 6 - Yellowstone Playhouse is casting for our 2023 summer season at Yellowstone Playhouse located in Island Park, Idaho. Performing family-friendly musical spoofs. Rehearsing on site from May -June 8 in Island Park ID. Contract is from April 29-Sep. 3. Pays $3,500 + (DOE). Housing is provided and included at no additional cost. Seeking—Performer: Lead, All genders, 18-40, Lead quality actor for three shows running in repertory. Family friendly musical spoofs. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via backstage.com or visit http://www.yellowstoneplayhouse.com Send 2 contrasting musical selections, 2 min or less Comedic Monologue & Dance reel if available.

RWS ENTERTAINMENT – FEB. 7 - RWS Entertainment Group is seeking singers for RWS Entertainment. Company states: "RWS Entertainment Group is hosting auditions seeking featured singers for Holland America Line Programs (Step One Dance Company, Cantaré, Tonix, Rolling Stone Lounge, Rolling Stone Rock Room And Grand Voyage), Azamara Cruises, Msc Cruises, Iberostar Resorts, Margaritaville At Sea, Princess Cruise Line (world cruise) and other projects. Please note that these opportunities are located within the US and abroad. travel is required." Rehearsals in NYC. Varied start dates depending on project. Competitive pay, travel and lodging provided. Seeking—Singer: Lead, All Genders, 18+, Union and Non-Union performers. Must be 18 years of age or older. Prior theater or other live entertainment experience preferred. Singers with strong pop/contemporary vocals. Belters with a strong mix/head and tenors/baritenors who move well. Strong harmonizing skills a must. Must be able to command a stage and tell a story. Instrumental skills a plus. Note: All performers must have a valid passport, or be able to acquire one and be fully vaccinated for Covid-19. Seeking talent from Atlanta GA. Auditions Feb. 7. Sign up for a time slot at https://calendly.com/auditions-5/atlanta-singerauditions?month=2023-02! Singers: Prepare two contrasting 32-bar cuts of a contemporary pop/rock vocal selections and bring a headshot and resume stapled back-to-back. Contemporary music theater selections also permitted. Must provide sheet music in the correct key. An accompanist will be provided. Note that select auditionees may be asked to return for a movement/dance call later in the day; please bring appropriate shoes/attire if called back.

LAGOON AMUSEMENT PARK SUMMER SEASON – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 11 - Manhattan Creative Group and Lagoon Park is casting for a magic show and mini musical type show. Rehearses mid-late May; performs late May-late August, 6 days/wk. in Farmington UT. Offer competitive day rate pay based on role. Inquire with specific pay questions. Some contracts offer housing. Seeking—Singers/Vocalists: Lead, 16+, Seeking an energetic star with a solid vocal range and rock energy. Belters with a strong mix/head for pop/contemporary vocals. Must be able to command a stage and captivate an audience. Vocal riffs are a must. Dance ability is a plus; Character Actor/Vocalist: Lead, 16+, Seeking a versatile actress with pop, or contemporary style vocals. Must be able to command a stage, tell a story, and should have good comedic timing. Strong harmonizing skills are a must. Dance ability is a plus but must move. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via backstage.com or visit http://www.lagoonpark.com/live-entertainment

NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINES MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 11 - 4C Productions/Norwegian Cruise Lines Holdings is seeking actors for the roles of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins aboard the Norwegian Cruise Lines. Synopsis: On December 4, 1956, an auspicious twist of fate brought these legends together. The place was Sun Records' studio in Memphis. The man who made it happen was Sam Phillips, the "Father of Rock and Roll," who discovered them all. The four young musicians united for the only time in their careers for an impromptu recording that has come to be known as one of the greatest rock jam sessions of all time. Inspired by the true story, Million Dollar Quartet features a treasure trove of the greatest rock and roll, gospel, R&B and country hits from these musicians, including such iconic songs as "Blue Suede Shoes," "Fever," "Sixteen Tons," "Who Do You Love?" "Great Balls of Fire," "Riders in the Sky," "I Walk the Line," "Folsom Prison Blues," and "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On." Works TBD aboard the Norwegian Cruise Lines. Pays 1,000-$1,500/week. Seeking—All roles: Lead, All Genders, 18-50, Seeking musicians to portray a young Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Johnny Cash. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via backstage.com For consideration, submit a headshot and reel. For more info, visit www.thecasting.website.

ROYAL CARIBBEAN PRODUCTIONS, NYC – FEB. 13 - Royal Caribbean Productions is seeking singers and dancers for Royal Caribbean Productions. Note: Entertainment that runs the gamut from full Broadway and West End musicals, to Las Vegas-style production shows, to aqua and ice spectaculars. Production states: "No single production company provides more exciting opportunities to both entertainer and audience member." Runs TBD. Pays $5000/month for singers. Seeking—Vocalist/Principal: Lead, All genders, 18-50, Strong singers with professional performance backgrounds (i.e. theater, concert, etc.) Versatile vocalists able to harmonize and perform a wide variety of contemporary music genres, including Pop/Rock, R&B/Soul, Gospel, Contemporary Musical Theater/Broadway, and Jazz. Movement or dance background and strong acting ability are a plus. Candidates must be available and willing to travel internationally aboard our ships. Strong, controlled belt/mix to F5. Tenors and Bari-tenors able to comfortably sing and sustain up to A4. The company welcomes performers of all gender identities, abilities/exceptionalities, and body types. Auditions Feb. 13 in NYC; to sign in for an audition slot visit www.royalcaribbeanproductions.com.

RWS, SINGER AUDTIONS – WASHINGTON DC – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 15 - RWS Entertainment Group is seeking singers for Holland America Line Programs (Step One Dance Company, Cantaré, Tonix, Rolling Stone Lounge, Rolling Stone Rock Room and Grand Voyage), Azamara Cruises, Msc Cruises, Iberostar Resorts, Margaritaville At Sea, Princess Cruise Line (World Cruise) and other projects. Auditions Feb. 15 in Washington DC. Production states: "Please note that these opportunities are located within the US and Abroad. Travel is required. Seeking Union and Non-Union performers. Must be 18 years of age or older. Prior theater or other live entertainment experience preferred. Note: All performers must have a valid passport or be able to acquire one and be fully vaccinated for Covid-19. Contract Information: singers For Holland America Line Programs (Step One Dance Company, Cantaré And Grand Voyage), Azamara Cruises, Msc Cruises, Iberostar Resorts, Margaritaville At Sea, Princess Cruise Line (World Cruise) and other projects. Varied start dates through 2023. Travel, lodging, and competitive salary provided. Rehearses at RWS Studios in NYC. Competitive pay, travel and lodging provided. Pays $750-$1,000/Week. Seeking—Singer: Lead, All Genders, 18+, Singers with strong pop/contemporary vocals. Belters with a strong mix/head and tenors/baritenors who move well. Strong harmonizing skills a must. Must be able to command a stage and tell a story. Instrumental skills a plus. Seeking talent from Washington, DC. Apply via backstage.com Sign up for a time slot at https://calendly.com/auditions-5/dc-singerauditions?month=2023-02! Prepare two contrasting 32-bar cuts of a contemporary pop/rock vocal selections and bring a headshot and resume stapled back-to-back. Contemporary music theater selections also permitted. Must provide sheet music in the correct key. An accompanist will be provided. Please note that select auditionees may be asked to return for a movement/dance call later in the day; please bring appropriate shoes/attire if called back.

ROYAL CARIBBEAN PRODUCTIONS – FEB. 17 – ATLANTA - Royal Caribbean Productions is casting singers and dancers for Royal Caribbean Productions. Note: Entertainment that runs the gamut from full Broadway and West End musicals, to Las Vegas-style production shows, to aqua and ice spectaculars. No single production company provides more exciting opportunities to both entertainer and audience member. Runs TBD. Pays Singers: $4,000 Month/Min. Seeking—Vocalist/Principal: Lead, All genders, 18-50, Seeking strong singers with professional performance background (i.e. theater, concert, etc.) Versatile vocalists able to harmonize and perform a wide variety of contemporary music genres, including Pop/Rock, R&B/Soul, Gospel, Contemporary Musical Theater/Broadway, and Jazz. Movement or dance background and strong acting ability a plus. Candidates must be available and willing to travel internationally aboard our ships. Female-Identifying: (Any ethnicity) Strong, controlled belt/mix to F5. Male-Identifying: (Any ethnicity) Tenors and Bari-tenors able to comfortably sing and sustain up to A4. We welcome performers of all gender identities, abilities/exceptionalities, and body types. Seeking talent from Atlanta GA. Auditions in Atlanta on Feb. 17. Visit www.royalcaribbeanproductions.com to sign up for an audition time slot.

‘BURN The FLOOR,’ NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 18 - Creative Studios by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings is casting Burn The Floor. Production states: "Swiveling hips. Steamy embraces. High-octane tempos. The performances of Burn The Floor are not just hot – they sizzle! This ballroom and Latin dance theatre company is renowned for its gifted dancers, selected from the most prestigious dance competitions around the globe. Together, they have traveled the world performing and astounding audiences in more than 300 cities in over 29 countries, including the Longacre Theatre on Broadway. Multiple contracts available: Norwegian Epic. Norwegian Breakaway." Rehearsals in Tampa, Florida starting February 19. Rehearsals pay is two-thirds performance rate. Rehearsals are generally one week in Tampa, FL. Housing and flights included. Seeking—Lead Vocalists: Lead, 21-45 years old. All ethnicities. Tenors with polished yet edgy pop/rock/jazz vocals and a large vocal range to seamlessly navigate through musical genres, and a leading stage presence. Ability to phonetically learn foreign language lyrics a must. Strong quality of movement required. References include Harry Connick Jr., Bruno Mars, and Ricky Martin; Mezzo-belters with polished yet edgy pop/rock stylings, a high belt, and dynamic personalities. The ability town the stage with a commanding presence is a must, as is a strong quality of movement. References include Tina Turner & Beyonce. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via backstage.com Production states: "As the contract starts February 19, casting is seeking to complete their process ASAP. Callback self-tapes with a quick turnaround will be required."

CARNIVAL CRUISE LINE PERFORMANCE – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 19 - Rising Starz Music & Performance Academy is seeking performers to join Rising Starz as they embark on their second cruise Broadway Cabaret. Rising Starz has been the only outsourced performance group invited to perform its own full-scale production on a major cruise line. Production states: "Vacation and build your resume at the same time! Be a cruise performer without the cruise contract commitment! This is a perfect and unique opportunity for theater, vocal, or dance majors that won’t conflict with school or even an awesome way to celebrate graduation! Looking for young, experienced triple-threat professionals ages 14-25. Enjoy a 6-night Caribbean cruise aboard Carnival Cruise Line's newest ship, Carnival Celebration, for a full-scale production performance in the main theatre performed for all of the cruise guests. Family and friends are welcome!" Two-week rehearsals in July at Rising Starz Performance Academy in Davie FL; performance dates TBA; cruises Aug. 6-12 from Ft. Lauderdale FL. Not Paid. Professional photos and video footage of performance provided. Performers will be responsible for paying cruise room fees. Board/Housing for rehearsal period in Davie FL not provided. Additional information provided if talent is selected. Seeking—Singers: 14-25, Seeking singers who move well for featured solos and group numbers for a Broadway Cabaret aboard Carnival Celebration. "This is once in a lifetime, exciting, and enriching opportunity for young professionals pursuing the arts. With a bonus of Resume building and professional footage for your reel!" Seeking talent from Orlando FL; New York NY; Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa FL; Los Angeles CA; Chicago IL; Atlanta GA; New Orleans LA; Nashville TN; Las Vegas NV; Jacksonville, Tallahassee FL; Dallas TX; Seattle WA; Minneapolis MN; Boston MA. Apply via backstage.com or visit http://www.risingstarzmusic.com/ For consideration, submit a headshot, slate, and a 1-minute video performing a musical theatre or pop/rock song that showcases your best; a backing track is required; a cappella footage is not accepted; must film from the waist up.

ROCK, POP and R&B SINGER AUDITIONS – FEB. 22 – CHICAGO - RWS Entertainment Group is seeking rock, pop, and rnb instrumentalists/singers to audition on February 22. Production states: "Rock, pop and R&B musicians and singers: We are seeking singers, guitarists, keyboardists, bassists, drummers and piano bar entertainers for various upcoming projects including Rolling Stone Lounge – the ultimate live music venue at sea! Band members will enjoy full guest privileges including single cabin accommodations onboard and full access to ship when not performing. Note: All performers must have a valid passport and be fully vaccinated for Covid-19. Rehearsals in NYC. Varied start dates throughout 2023. Competitive pay, travel and lodging provided. Seeking—Rock, Pop and R&B Singers: Lead, All genders, 18+, Lead vocalist. Seeking talent from Chicago IL. Fill out the prescreen application to be considered for a live in-person audition on Feb. 22. Complete our prescreen application to be considered for the live audition! https://airtable.com/shrQ7GOCfPZcM3eqi For prescreen videos: Singers: Submit video recordings of you singing two songs of contrasting styles. The songs must be well-known in the rock, pop, or classic R&B genres. If passed prescreen, you will be informed by Feb. 15. Do not apply if you do not intend on attending the audition in person in Chicago.

RWS ENTERTAINMENT – FEB. 22 – CHICAGO - RWS Entertainment Group is seeking singers with strong pop or contemporary vocals; belters with a strong mix or head and tenors or baritenors who move well for Holland America Line Programs (step One Dance Company, Cantaré and Grand Voyage), Azamara Cruises, Msc Cruises, Iberostar Resorts, Margaritaville at Sea, Princess Cruise Line (world Cruise) and other projects. Rehearsal dates TBA, in NYC; start date vary depending on contract booked. Pays $684-$1,600/Week. Contract Information: Union and Non-Union performers; varied start dates throughout 2023. Travel, lodging, and competitive salary provided. Seeking—Singers: Lead, All Genders, 18+, Strong harmonizing skills a must. Must be able to command a stage and tell a story. Instrumental skills a plus. Must be 18 years of age or older, any race or gender. Prior theater or other live entertainment experience preferred. Audition by appointment Feb 22 from 10AM-5PM CT at Gus Giordano Dance School (5230 N Clark St., Chicago IL 60640). For an audition appointment, sign up via https://calendly.com/auditions-5/chicagosingers?month=2023-02! Seeking talent from Chicago IL. Prepare two contrasting 32-bar cuts of a contemporary pop or rock vocal selections and bring a headshot and resume stapled back-to-back. Contemporary music theater selections also permitted. Must provide sheet music in the correct key. An accompanist will be provided. Note that select auditionees may be asked to return for a movement or dance call later in the day; bring appropriate shoes or attire if called back. Note: All performers must have a valid passport, or be able to acquire one and be fully vaccinated for Covid-19.

‘The THORN’ 2023 – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 23 – COLORADO - Thorn Productions is casting The Thorn, a faith-based, cirque-style theatrical production. The Thorn is a touring live show that includes acting, dance, aerial acrobatics, martial arts, music, and more. Production states: "The show has been running for more than 10 years and nearly a million people have seen it live. It is a retelling of the 'story of God through visuals and choreography. It's been described as 'Cirque meets the Passion of Jesus.' 'The Thorn' is not a traditional musical/play with speaking parts. It is a visually driven show where actors use choreography, movement, and physical acting to tell the story of Jesus." Rehearsals begin on or about Feb. 15, 2023 in Colorado. Pays $400-$700/wk. Meals, lodging, and travel are provided. Seeking—Singer-Actor: Supporting, Female, 22-35, There are several songs in the show and we need a "power" female vocalist to join the cast. While the primary role is as a singer, the actor will be asked to join other scenes as well. This is not a speaking part. We will want to hear you sing one of the show songs as an audition. There is at least one song that requires the singer to hit a high D. Nationwide (United States). Apply via backstage.com For consideration, submit a video. For more info, visit www.thethorn.com.

LIME ENTERTAINMENT – NOTICE EXPIRES FEB. 23 - Lime Entertainment is seeking advanced singers and dancers for possible representation with Lime Entertainment, a talent agency that works with cruise lines. Rehearses and runs TBD; location TBD. Pays $2,500-$5,000/Month. If Lime Entertainment secures a contract, travel and accommodation to rehearsals is provided by the cruise line. Seeking—Singers: Lead, All genders, 18-35, Male singers: tenor range from A2-A4 with a strong falsetto to F5; must be comfortable with rock and pop. Female singers: controlled belt/mix to F5 and legit to C6; must be comfortable with rock and pop. Dance ability at an intermediate-advanced level is a plus. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via backstage.com or visit http://www.limemusicentertainment.com/ For consideration, submit a headshot and video reel.

OCEANIA REGATTA – FEB. 24 - Creative Studios By Norwegian Cruise Line Holding is seeking NYC dancers and vocalists for Oceania Cruises Legacy Entertainment team. Production states: "Oceania Cruises provides a quality cruise experience for mature and discerning travelers by combining a casually sophisticated onboard experience with alluring destinations and the best fine dining at sea. Oceania Cruises offers immersive itineraries around the globe and elegant settings in which to enjoy them. Seasons world travelers are drawn to Oceania's diverse voyages, which call on more than 330 ports across Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and the Americas. "We are seeking experienced vocalist and dancers to join our six person Legacy Entertainment Teams on Oceania Cruises R-Class vessels. As a step above the everyday entertainer, Oceania performers must not only be incredibly talented but also sociable, action oriented, enthusiastic, friendly and conversational. In addition to regular stage performances, performers will partake in forward facing social activities with guests daily. Oceania Cruises' luxury ships are intimate and more exclusive than most other companies, meaning performers will have the opportunity to get to know our guests closely. Our cast members are in integral part of life on-board, becoming the public face of Oceania Cruises." Pays Singers $1,100/week. Seeking—“Lucy:” Lead, Female, 18-40, Mezzo/Belter Vocalists; A Star of the stage and screen. From New York, Paris, and everywhere in between. Lucy is innately sassy, but shy at first. She is increasingly empowered throughout the competition. 20s - late 30s. All Ethnicities; “Gina:” Lead, Female, 18-40, Mezzo/Belter Vocalist; California native. Madonna/Cyndi Lauper with a touch of Pat Benatar. Gina's character is a feminine, gritty and down to Earth, yet slightly insecure. She comes off as "too much" at first. 20s - late 30s; “Stevie:” Lead, Male, 18-40, Tenor/Baritenor;  Motown/Detroit native with a respectful disposition. Stevie is proud of his Musical ancestry. He learns that he performs best in his comfort zone, with no need to be ostentatious, as that only downgrades his already clear identity. 20s - late 30s. Black. Vocalist open call Feb. 24 from 12NOON-2PM at Pearl Studios (500 8th Avenue, NYC). Prepare the song that corresponds to the character you would like to be considered for. Additionally, prepare one other selection from the list below and bring your book of music in case the team would like to hear something else. Link to the music can be found at http://nclhcreativestudios.com/auditionpages/auditions2023/nyc_oceania_feb2023.html
Song List:
If I Were Your Woman - Lucy
It’s Raining Men - Gina
Additional Selections:
Goodbye, Yellow Brick Road
Independence Day
You’re No Good
Harden My Heart
Secret Love Song

‘LIARSVILLE GOLD RUSH TRAIL CAMP’ – NOTICE EXPIRES MAY 31 – SKAGWAY - Alaska Travel Adventures is casting actors, singers, and musicians for Liarsville Gold Rush Trail Camp and Salmon Bake. Production states: "Seeking several performers who enjoy improv, comedy, and music to bring life to a recreation of the Klondike Gold Rush base camp of 1898. Entertainers will perform at Liarsville Gold Rush Trail Camp and Salmon Bake, a high-volume destination for guests to see what life was like during 1897-1898. Seeking larger-than-life personalities to play the part of a gold rush madam or eager prospector from 1898. Show times are daily and operate from mornings to late afternoons. The show itself is a 25-minute vaudeville-style show which includes the history of Liarsville, a poem by Robert Service, and a gold-panning demonstration. Performance is several times a day including intimate settings. Walk the Liarsville Grounds in character, entertaining our guests at the Trail Camp and Salmon Bake." Rehearses Apr. 12-26, 2022; runs Apr. 26-Oct. 15 in Skagway AK. Pays $700-$800/Week. Pay starts at $16.00 per hour plus tips and is paid bi-weekly. End of season performance bonus equal to 10% of wages earned. Season runs from April 15-October 15. Housing is available at the rate of $15 per day. Seeking—Musicians: Lead, 18+, Not only do the musicians play music, they are a crucial part of the entertainment; must be able to speak to large groups; singing and acting are a bonus. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via backstage.com For consideration, submit a two-minute monologue (humorous or dramatic); actors/singers: 16 bars of a ballad (a cappella); musicians: play an upbeat tempo song.