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‘DUETS’ – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 13 - The Benanti Group is casting Duets, a new cabaret showcase featuring duet partners. Couples may perform 2 (two) duet songs of preference. There will be a 1-hour tempo rehearsal prior to showcase with Rachel Kaufman, accompanist. Showcase will be on a Tuesday, mid-August at 7:30pm, 1-hour performance. No Pay. Seeking—Duet Singer (Lead): 18+. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via In brief note of interest, indicate August availability. Also notate that you have a duet partner. Only one applicant needs to submit a voice sample via audio or video.

‘MISCAST’ – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 13 - The Benanti Group is casting Miscast, a cabaret series. Seeking performers of all types performing songs against their "type". All performers will sing two songs of their choice. Rehearses one time (TBD); performs July 13 (7:30pm; 6pm call time) at 53Above Broadway, 318 W. 53rd St., NYC. No Pay. Seeking—Miscast (Lead): All Genders, 18+. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via In your cover letter, include audio sample of your singing voice.

‘HERE And NOW: A MUSICAL CABARET’ – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 16 - Young Actors Association of Niagara is casting Here and Now: A Musical Cabaret, the first show from YAAN Musical Theatre. Over a dozen songs from a variety of musicals will be in this show, including songs from "Into the Woods," "Beauty and the Beast," "The Sound of Music," "Hadestown," and more! The show will be entirely virtual and will be streamed Nov. 25-27. Rehearsals will be held one-two times per week, one at a set time every week (similar to main stage), and one being based on cast availability. More rehearsals/recording times are possible closer to the show. No one will be required at each rehearsal, as each song will be rehearsed individually. No pay, but those cast will receive access to workshops and events which are exclusive to YAAN Company Members. Seeking—Principal Soloist (Lead): All Genders, 8-25, Work From Home; Soloist (Supporting): All Genders, 8-25, Work From Home; Ensemble 1 (Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders, 8-25, Work From Home; Ensemble with small solo(s); Ensemble 2 (Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders, 8-25, Work From Home, Ensemble with no solos. Seeking talent Worldwide. Only able to cast those between the ages of 8-25 at the time of auditions. Apply via or visit.

‘SONGS For SUMMER LOVERS’ – JULY 19 DEADLINE - NextStage is seeking vocalists of all ages and demographics to join our cast of Songs for Summer Lovers. Vocalists will be expected to learn their song based off sheet music and/or a demo track. As the production is worldwide, everything will be prerecorded. Show content will be due from selected vocalists no later than July 31. All selected vocalists must have access to adequate equipment to record themselves in high quality by deadlines and follow specific directions given through email. Pre-records remotely. Show content will be due no later than July 31. Deferred Pay. All NextStage performers are always paid. Virtual show split a portion of tickets sale and the actor tip jar after the show closes. Everyone is paid approximately one week after the close of the show. Seeking—Vocalists: 18+, Work From Home, to sing original songs by songwriters worldwide. All vocalists will sing a solo. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via For consideration, submit a headshot, resume, and 1-2 minute vocal audition best demonstrating your talent. Feel free to sing any song that best demonstrates your abilities no matter the genre. Submission deadline is July 19.

CHRISTMAS CABARET – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 20 - The Benanti Group is casting a Christmas cabaret showcase at 53Above Broadway. Singers will sing two holiday-themed songs of their choice. One must be an audience participation selection. There will be a 50-minute rehearsal with accompanist prior to performance. Showcase July 20 and 27 at 53Above Broadway 318 W. 53rd Street. No Pay. Seeking—Holiday Singer (Lead): 18+. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via Send audio or video voice sample of choice. Does not have to be a Christmas song.

‘CHRISTMAS IN JULY and SING-A-LONG’ – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 27 - The Benanti Group is casting singers for Christmas in July & Sing-a-Long, a themed cabaret at 53Above Broadway. This is a one-hour showcase with audience participation. All performers will sing two Christmas of their choice. One tempo rehearsal prior to show; performance will take place July 20th and July 27 (7:30pm) at 318 W. 53rd St., NYC. No contract. No pay. Seeking—Holiday Singer (Lead): All Genders, 18+, submit an audio sample of your voice. Songs should not exceed three minutes each. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via Include a voice sample with your submission.

KIDS, ‘YOUNGEST TYLES’ – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 29 - Premiere is casting Youngest Tykes," for ages 5-11, gifted performers who can possibly rap or sing and dance or all of the above. Rehearsal and recordings Aug. 11 in NYC. Professional Pay provided. Contracts will be issued and payment percentages of the full profits. Seeking—Youngest Performer Tyke (Lead): All Genders, 5-11. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via Send in your pictures or reels of you performing or just selfies.

A SOULFUL CHRISTMAS: A GROOVY MUSICAL REVUE’ – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 2 - ANTHONYKEN, LLC. is casting A Soulful Christmas, the new, holiday musical revue for lovers of gospel, R&B and soul. Be transported back to the Disco Era into the “Groovy Wonderland” inspired by the hit TV show "Soul Train." Rehearses Sep./Oct. in NYC; runs Dec. 13-19 in NYC and Virginia Beach VA. Deferred Pay. Seeking—“Don Cornelius” (Lead): Male, 27-38, must be charming, full of charisma, and spontaneous wit with a captivating voice. Must be able to improvise with a "player with soul swag" He's the host of the show and is able to command the audience. Note: Must learn the song "Back Door Santa" by Clarence Carter for your audition; Ensemble (Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders, 22-30, must be able to sing and dance. Think Soul Train in the 1970s. Be prepared to sing and dance at auditions; prepare one of the following songs. Female song choices: "O Holy Night," "My Favorite Things" by The Supreme, or "Rock Steady" by Aretha Franklin. Male song choices: "This Christmas" by Donny Hathaway or "The Christmas Song." Seeking talent from New York City NY. Apply via or visit ASoulfulXMas

‘PROPS’ – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 3 - The Benanti Group is casting Props, a musical theatre cabaret where singers use interesting and funny props and/or costumes to sing and tell their story. Seeking singers of all types with access to interesting or funny props/costumes to perform with. Singers may perform two songs of their choice. Only one of the songs needs to incorporate the use of a prop or costume. Runs the first and/or second week of August on a Tuesday at 7:30pm at 53 Above Broadway, 318 W. 53rd Street, NYC. No Pay. Seeking—Comedic Musical Performer: 18+. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via In brief note, indicate August availability. Must submit audio or video voice selection for consideration. Must also be in the NY area.

ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS For PAID SUBS: 2021-2022 ICSJ MUSIC MINISTRY SEASON - AUG. 13 DEADLINE - Immaculate Conception and Saint Joseph's Parish is seeking singers for Immaculate Conception and Saint Joseph’s Parish's 2021-2022 Season. Works various dates in Chicago IL. Production states: "The Masses you may be asked to sub include: Saturday 5pm at Immaculate Conception Church, with a music run-through at 4:30pm; Sunday 8am at St. Joseph Catholic Church, with a music run-through at 7:30am; Sunday, 9:30am at St. Joseph's Church; holy days, special masses, weddings, funerals, school events. Immaculate Conception Church is located at 1431 N. North Park. Saint Joseph's Church is a ten-minute walk away, at 1107 N. Orleans. Both churches are in the Old Town neighborhood of Chicago." Production states: "As a sub for an ICSJ Music Ministry Team Member, you will be paid at the rate of $75 per service." Seeking—Singers: 18+. Seeking talent from Chicago, IL. Apply via In order to be considered, send the following materials: Resume, head shot, three references, and one recorded sacred piece that best displays your range and abilities.

‘HOW I GOT MY CARD’ – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 17 - The Benanti Group is casting How I Got My Card, a cabaret singer showcase, specifically for entertainment union card holders of all types (i.e., SAG, AFTRA, AGMA, EQUITY (US/UK), etc.) Note: Seeking singers to tell their story about how they acquired their union card. The song that you choose should, in some way, be creatively linked to your story. Each performer will have a 10-minute spot to perform. You may sing up to three-songs if time permits. You also may cut songs to fit into your time frame if including patter. One-hour tempo rehearsal prior to your performance with keyboardist; performance will take place at the end of August at the Broadway Comedy Club, 318 W. 53rd Street at 7:30pm in NYC. Deferred Pay: Performers will collectively share 90% profits of pool house to be divided evenly less overhead. Note: Production is looking for union performers, but this is not under a union contract. Seeking—Performer (Lead): 18+. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via In your cover letter, indicate late August availability and what union you may be affiliated. Submit voice sample via audio or video.

SAG/AFTRA/AGMA/EQUITY, MUSICAL SHOWCASE – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 17 - The Benanti Group is seeking SAG, AFTRA, AGMA, EQUITY singers for a musical showcase. Production states: "Performers will have a 10-minute spot to tell your story accompanied by song, accompanied by Rachel Kaufman." Rehearses and performs (7:30pm) at Broadway Comedy Club (318 W. 53rd St., NYC). Note: There will be a 50-minute tempo rehearsal prior to showcase. Pay TBD. There is no union contract offered, however, performers will receive 95% profit share of event. Seeking—Union Singer (Lead): 18+. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via or visit. Submit audio or video voice sample.

The HOOK CLUB – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 31 - The Hook Club is seeking male and female vocalists for The Hook Club. Company states: "We are a musician-owned event entertainment company based in Brooklyn. We are seeking lead vocalists for our dance party bands. Should be passionate about live entertainment and have experience with weddings, live bands, and large crowds. Applicants should be charismatic and versatile as a vocalist, able to improvise and work the crowd, and know a lot of repertoire." Rehearsals in Brooklyn, performances in NYC and travel. Pay is depending on experience and gig details, starting at $500 for supporting vocalists, up to $1,000 and up for lead vocalists/MCs. Travel and rehearsals are paid. Seeking—Vocalists (Supporting): All Genders, 18-35, high-energy, charismatic vocalists with chops, able to lead a large band and rock the dance floor. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via or visit The Hook Club site. Applications should send relevant footage and audio (singing in front of crowds, playing with a live band, singing covers). Try to demonstrate your experience with event entertainment and MCing.


‘SPARROW LIVE’ RESIDENT ARTISTS – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 10 - Sparrow Live is seeking live performers for Sparrow Live, a performance platform. Production states: "Are you an incredible artist? Do you hate the game of having to market yourself? Where your talent is just table stakes - with the ability to earn a sustainable living from your artistry hinging on your ability to network, market yourself, and play the "game" - all to just make the equivalent of a minimum wage? Join us as we create the world's first community to connect you directly with your audience, and new audiences. Sparrow Live is expanding, and in need of new talent and content. The Sparrow Live Resident Artist program is a curated group of performers highlighted on the Sparrow Live platform who are actively marketed not only to our growing database of users, but also to our corporate and community partners." Program runs Sep. 1-Aug. 21, 2022, with the company option to renew at conclusion. Guaranteed minimum $500 for first performance - for all performances you will receive 100% of the net ticketing revenue. Seeking—Musical Performer (Lead): 18+, looking for musicians of specifically niche musical genres, outside of what we call the "big four": Rock, Pop, Country, Rap/Hip Hop. As a Sparrow Live Resident Artist you are/will be:
-Guaranteed to make at least $500 on your first performance.
-Keep 100% of the net revenue from your performances for the first year.
-Marketed to our corporate and community partners to earn revenue from your performances long after your work on them has concluded.
-Have your performances hosted for 1 month for no extra fee (usually $100)
-Featured in Sparrow Live's premier paid marketing campaigns, reaching new audiences.
-Featured on a personal webpage on the Sparrow Live platform that allows audiences to discover you, purchase tickets to your performances, sell digital downloads and merchandise (which we can design and produce for you - no up front costs or stock to have to store/ship). Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via or fill out an application at SparrowLive You will be required to answer the following questions: Tell us about yourself and your music! Why would you be perfect for this program? What’s your best performance story? You will be required to provide the following: A video example of your artistry; Link to your website/social/online presence; Artistic Resume/CV; Headshot/Promo Photo.


‘BRICKMAN’S BIG BREAK’ – AUG. 1 DEADLINE - Jim Brickman is seeking singers and instrumentalists over the age of 40 for Brickman's Big Break, a competition. Competition states: "Gen Xers and Baby Boomers, let your talent shine. If you’ve always felt like you wanted to share your talent with the world (and you’re over 40) Brickman’s Big Break contest could be your chance. In a world where TV Talent shows focus on ages 18-30, Brickman’s Big Break embraces talented men & women 40+." Entry due by Aug. 1. Winner will perform in a livestream concert Thanksgiving weekend. No pay. $50 entry fee. Seeking—Singers & Instrumentalists: 40+. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via Create a video entry. You can be a singer or a musician. Music can be pop, rock, Broadway, instrumental, anything you want. Make your video 3 minutes or less, describe yourself and why you want to live your dream and include a performance that is 2 minutes or less. Introduce yourself at the beginning of the video. To participate, register and submit your best video singing the song of your choice by Aug. 1. Jim Brickman and his team of seasoned, celebrity talent judges will narrow the submissions to a Top 20. Then with fans voting along online, they will narrow the contestants down to a Top 10. Finally, one winner will be chosen to appear on Jim Brickman’s livestream Christmas show, record a song with Jim Brickman, and get seen by seasoned entertainment experts. Ten runners up will get their video entries broadcast on a live YouTube virtual concert.

‘AMERICAN IDOL’ SEASON 5 – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 1 - Lynly Ehrlich is casting new contestants for the upcoming season of a well-known singing show. Dates TBD. No Pay. Seeking—Singers: All Genders, 15-28, must actually be between ages 15-28 on June 1, 2021 (which means you must be born on or between June 2, 1992, and September 15, 2006). No exceptions. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via Auditions will be conducted virtually.

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


VIRTUAL CHOIR – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 26 - 2021 Virtual Choir is casting all singers for a virtual choir. Production states: "Newly-launched 2021 Virtual Choir is looking for SATB members to sing on this musical project pertaining to social justice. The work is composed by award-winning composer Brian Raphael Nabors. The piece is titled Between You and I and takes its name from the title of one of the poems, 'The Difference Between You and I' which was written by 6th grader Samar Darby, reflecting his perspective on race in America. The piece is in four movements and allows space for solos, pertaining to lived experiences. Therefore, solos are not yet composed, but up to the creativity of the performer. Those interested in singing/speaking a solo may contact me directly after receiving materials. This is a nation-wide project and will be shared publicly across numerous platforms when finished." Rehearses over Zoom. No Pay. Seeking—SATB Singers (Chorus/Ensemble): 12+. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via All singers will receive a complete Google Drive folder containing an annotated score, a "how-to" doc for making and submitting recordings, and audio/conducted video with a click and vocal guide to sing along to.

BASS STAFF SINGER/BASS 2 SECTION LEADER – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 28 - Church of the Redeemer  (Episcopal) in Bryn Mawr PA is seeking skilled vocalists for an open Bass 2 position. Duties include Wednesday evening rehearsal and Sunday services. Other duties include monthly Choral Evensong, concerts, and Holy Weeks services as scheduled. Generous remuneration, which includes a place on our England Choir Tour (summer of 2022). Season runs from September through the end of May, with continuing rehearsals through June in preparation for the England tour that summer. Auditioning through Aug. 10. Position begins Sep. 8 in Bryn Mawr PA. Professional Pay: $600-$1,000/month. Pay varies per call and offered on the 25th and 30th of each month. Seeking—Staff Singer/Bass 2 Section Leader (Chorus/Ensemble): 18+. Audition by appointment Aug 2 from 12NOON-4PM at Church of the Redeemer (230 Pennswood Road, Bryn Mawr PA 19010). Strong sight-reading ability is required. Please bring two prepared pieces. Seeking talent from Bryn Mawr PA area. Apply via

UNITED STATES NAVY BAND, SEA CHANTERS CHORUS – AUG. 6 DEADLINE - 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 DC, 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. Applicants must be aged 18 to 39 and otherwise qualified for service in the U.S. Navy. Please note that the Navy has strict requirements with regard to medical readiness and physical appearance. Additionally, Navy Band members may not have tattoos that are visible in short sleeves or skirts. Prospective candidates may still audition for current vacancies in the U.S. Navy Band, however a tattoo visible in uniform may ultimately prevent you from being offered employment. A waiver granting exception to the policy is possible but is in no way guaranteed. Tenor Vocalist audition Sep. 8, Mezzo/Alto Vocalist audition Sep. 14 in Washington DC. Live auditions are in Washington DC and are by invitation only following a recorded preliminary round. Per Navy guidance, all candidates must provide either proof of vaccination (two weeks must have elapsed since the last dose of the vaccine), OR proof of a negative rapid COVID-19 test taken no more than 72 hours prior to the live audition. Starting salary for a new member of the U.S. Navy Band is $67,842-$70,326, plus 30 days paid leave annually and full benefits for members and dependents. Members may also be eligible for the Student Loan Repayment Program (up to $65,000). Those selected for the U.S. Navy Band are advanced to the paygrade of E-6 (musician first class) following recruit training, under a contract for permanent duty with the U.S. Navy Band. Seeking—Tenor Vocalist (Lead): 18-39, Successful candidates for the tenor vocalist vacancy must demonstrate:
• Strong stage presence and solo technique in a variety of styles, including classical, pop, and musical theater.
• Excellent choral technique, ensemble sensitivity, and advanced sight-reading ability.
Please submit one selection from each of the following genres:
(1) Contemporary musical theater (post-1970) or jazz standard
(2) Aria or art song in a foreign language
(3) Pop, rock, or country song
Versatility is a key quality of any successful candidate. Please maintain the integrity of each chosen musical style, as the Sea Chanters require skills and strengths in many different genres and musical contexts. Your ability to display this versatility is paramount throughout the process. With that said, please choose repertoire that highlights your strengths and particular proficiency; Mezzo/Alto Vocalist (Lead): 18-39, Successful candidates for the mezzo/alto vocalist vacancy must demonstrate:
• Strong stage presence and solo technique in a variety of styles, including classical, pop, and musical theater.
• Excellent choral technique, ensemble sensitivity, and advanced sight-reading ability.
Please submit one selection from each of the following genres:
(1) Contemporary musical theater (post-1970) or jazz standard
(2) Aria or art song in a foreign language
(3) Pop, rock, or country song
Versatility is a key quality of any successful candidate. Please maintain the integrity of each chosen musical style, as the Sea Chanters require skills and strengths in many different genres and musical contexts. Your ability to display this versatility is paramount throughout the process. With that said, please choose repertoire that highlights your strengths and particular proficiency. To be considered for a live audition, complete all of the steps below:
Step 1: Send the following materials via e-mail to
(1) United States Navy Band Applicant Fact Sheet
(2) Letter of Endorsement - only for current military members
Step 2: Submit a preliminary audio recording. All application materials, including recordings, are due by 11:59 p.m. EDT on August 6.


‘STRANGE BEDFELLOWS’ - JULY 20 – CITRUS HEIGHTS CA - Theatre In The Heights is casting Strange Bedfellows, a premiere production of an original musical. Synopsis: The story is set a few weeks before a presidential election, with members of the press desperate to find some hint of a scandal, as there is little happening in the way of political intrigue or backstabbing. Hard to imagine these days, right? But don’t worry… things won’t stay that way for long. The inept vice-president’s conniving wife will (and does) try any kind of dirty trick to elevate her clueless husband to the presidency (God help us!). There is the unlikely revival of a youthful romance between two of the candidates. Even a “birther” controversy. And of course (spoiler alert) a happy, romantic, and patriotic resolution to the story, with lots of great music and silliness along the way. A scene overview is included with this posting, and the full script is available on request. Rehearses Aug.-Sep. (primarily Mon.-Thur., 7pm-10pm); runs Sep. 10-Oct. 3 (Fri.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 4pm) All activities will be at the theatre, at 8215 Auburn Blvd, Suite G, Citrus Heights CA. No Pay. Seeking—“Joel Strange” (Lead): Male, 40-60, The Republican President of the United States, and a very eligible bachelor; “Suzanne Fellows” (Lead): Female, 40-60, The Lieutenant Governor of Idaho, and Democratic candidate for Vice President. A very liberal feminist; “Warren Leach” (Lead): Male, 45-65, The Republican Vice President of the United States. Not “the sharpest knife in the drawer” (to put it mildly!). He has a beard, which is important in a few scenes; “Margaret Leach” (Lead): Female, 40-65, The Vice President’s wife, and the VERY driving force behind her dim-witted husband; “Stanley Stout” (Supporting): Male, 20-45, One of the president’s personal Secret Service agents, and his CONSTANT companion; “Steven Strong” (Supporting): Male, 20-45, One of the president’s personal Secret Service agents, and his CONSTANT companion; “Harold J. Meacham” (Supporting): Male, 55-80, A U.S. Senator, and the Democratic candidate for President; “Jack Humphrey” (Supporting): Male, 30-60, Unscrupulous reporter for the W.A.S.H. TV news team. Audition By Appointment July 20, from 6pm-7pm PDT at Theatre In The Heights (8215 Auburn Blvd, Suite G, Citrus Heights CA 95610). This date is a place-holder. More auditions will be set up as needed, based on responses. Seeking talent from Citrus Heights CA. Apply via or visit.

‘FORMULA-9’ – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 21 - The Showcase Venue is casting Formula-9, a musical theater production. There will be productions for a live audience, and it will be recorded in 2D and 3D for an upcoming Virtual Reality company located in Lancaster. Casting director states: "Covid precautions will be respected and enforced. Only apply if you have reliable transportation to Lancaster and are available. Get to know the company at their website." Rehearsals begin virtually with in-person rehearsals following; run live Sep. 10 and 11 in Lancaster CA. Stipend $1,000. Seeking—“Aunt Tasha Ishmael” (Supporting): 40-60, Mohommad's Older Sister, Aisha's Sister and Ishta's Aunt Busy Boddy and Closeted successful Business owner; Chorus (Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders, 18-50, Chorus members who are performers who sing, dance, and act with some musical theater experience; “Yew” (Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders, 18+, Does not trust herself defers and second guesses and always at war with mind; “Mooney” (Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders: 18+, One of the Cast members of the show (open to all genders); “Wolly” (Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders, 18+, Lanier techy, focused on facts and details. (open to all genders). Seeking talent from Los Angeles, Palmdale, Palm Desert, Lancaster, Antelope CA. *****Only apply if you can and will be able to have reliable transportation to Santa Clarita*** ****PLEASE READ ALL INFO ON FORMULA-9 cast listing and make sure this is a fit for you by saying so in your email*** Apply via email. Please send a self-tape, answering the following questions.

1. Introduce yourself and tell us about your experience (acting/sing/dance).
2. Why do you think you would be good for this project?
3. What is your schedule like?
4. Have you had a chance to look at the website?

‘HEATHERS: The MUSICAL’ – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 23 - Tilted Keyboard Studios is casting all roles in an a cappella medley of songs from the musical Heathers. Note: Proof of COVID-19 Vaccine is required. Filming and recording for this production will occur on location on the weekend of Aug. 27-29. The shoot will take place over two days in the New York or Connecticut area. No Pay. Seeking—“Veronica Sawyer” (Lead): Female, 18+, Burns to be both cool and kind, but doesn’t yet know how to be both at the same time. Fierce sense of right and wrong, keen sense of ironic humor. Thinks she’s an old soul, but she’s still innocent enough to be blindsided by love or shocked by cruelty. Voice: high belting required, up to A5. Must have dynamic and stylistic range; “Jason ‘J.D.’ Dean” (Lead): Male, 18+, Darkly charismatic, compelling, attractive. Charming on the outside, damaged on the inside. Keen smarts, savage wit. Voice: strong, confident belt to at least an A♭, A preferable; wide emotional range; “Heather Chandler’ (Lead): Female, 18+, The richest, hottest, cruelest girl in town. Relishes power and wields it without fear, patience, or mercy. Voice: strong belt to F or higher preferred. Mezzo for chorus; “Heather McNamara:” Female, 18+, Beautiful, innocent, stupid. Can be mean on command if Heather Chandler orders it, but actually quite vulnerable and fearful. Voice: strong belt to D-flat, D preferred. Soprano for chorus; “Heather Duke” (Supporting): Female, 18+, The whipped beta dog of the three Heathers. Deeply insecure. When she finally becomes Queen Bee, she wields power like a bulldozer. Voice: strong belt to C, D preferred. Alto for chorus; “Martha Dunnstock” (Supporting): 18+, Nicknamed “Martha Dumptruck,” the opposite of confident and popular. Huge and beautiful soul, optimistic even in the face of rejection. Voice: strong belt to E or F, wide vocal expression; “Ram Sweeney” (Supporting): Male, 18+, Linebacker. Big, insensitive to the feelings of others, ruled by appetites. Voice: strong baritone, belt to G, some falsetto useful; “Kurt Kelly” (Supporting): Male, 18+, Quarterback and captain. Chiseled, rude, entitled, cocky. He’s the brains in the friendship with Ram. Voice: tenor, strong belt to A-flat or A, some falsetto; “Ms. Pauline Fleming” (Supporting): Female, 18+, Aging hippie teacher, still yearning for the day the Age of Aquarius reaches Ohio. Resentful of today’s entitled youth, protective of the underdogs. Despite a penchant for self-promotion, genuinely cares about the students in her charge; Ensemble (Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders, 18+, Looking for SIX ensemble members. Accepting submissions from all genders. BOY 1: BELEAGUERED GEEK – (16-18) An embittered social outcast. Voice: baritone (up to F-sharp) or tenor (up to A); BOY 2: PREPPY STUD – (16-18) Straightlaced, ambitious, blow-dried. Dreams of being even richer than his parents. Voice: bass (up to E) or baritone (up to G-sharp); BOY 3: HIPSTER DORK – (16-18) Thinks he’s Ducky from Pretty in Pink. Voice: baritone (up to F-sharp) or tenor (up to A); GIRL 1: NEW WAVE GIRL – (16-18) She wants her MTV and dresses accordingly. Voice: belt to at least C-sharp (a soprano up to high A/B is also a plus); GIRL 2: STONER CHICK – (16-18) Smokes outside with the freaks in between classes. Her future’s so bright she’s gotta wear shades to hide her bloodshot eyes. Voice: belt to at least C-sharp (a soprano up to high A/B is also a plus); GIRL 3: YOUNG REPUBLICANETTE – (16-18) A tennis-playing, perky Student Council type. Voice: belt to at least C-sharp (soprano up to high A/B is also a plus). Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via or visit. Select what roles you are interested in auditioning for. Further auditions instructions will be sent.

‘BOJANGLES Of HARLEM’ – JULY 25 DEADLINE - Stumptown Stages is casting Bojangles of Harlem, a musical. Synopsis: Before Savion Glover. Before Gregory Hines. There lived a man named “Bojangles”. In the thrilling traditions of 42nd Street and Chicago, comes the long overdue true-life story of Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, a pioneer of tap dance and civil rights. An eternally complicated man, Bojangles' offstage life was as dark as his star power was blinding. It's a story about Vaudeville. It's a story about fame. It's a story about loss. It's a story about love... Rehearsals begin Sep. 21; runs Oct. 8-30 at Winningstad Theatre (1111 SW Broadway) in Portland OR. Pays $1,172 for run of show. Out-of-town actor: Housing and travel stipend are included as part of contract. Seeking—“Young Bo” (Supporting): 18-24, A young African-American triple threat performer. Should resemble the actor portraying Bill Robinson. (Sings: Some Cash in the Hat, Sunny Side); “Simms” (Supporting): Male, 18-35, African-American triple-threat. Also portrays HEAVY 2; “Buster” (Supporting): Male, 18-35, Caucasian/singer who moves well. Also portrays LION BOJASSION, HEAVY 1 & MARTY FORKINS. (Sings: When You Got a Star, Marty’s Rag); “Cookie” (Supporting): Female, 18-45, African-American triple-threat. Also portrays GRAND MOTHER, WAITRESS, & REPORTER. (Sings: This Life); “Curley” (Supporting): Female, 18-24, Caucasian triple-threat. Also portrays RAE SAMUELS & SHIRLEY TEMPLE. (Sings: A Place Like This, Maybe It’s You); “Sammy” (Supporting); Female, 18-45, African-American triple-threat. Also portrays LENA HORNE, WILLIAM, & ELAINE. (Sings: Stormy Weather). Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). For consideration, send tapes via YouTube or Vimeo link, headshot, and resume. Submission deadline is July 25. Prepare (2) contrasting songs (32 bars each) of your choice. If you are a dancer/singer, or singer who moves well, please include a short dance combination as well. For more info, visit.

‘CHILDREN Of EDEN’ – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 26 - Chicagoland Theatre Fund is casting Children of Eden, a musical. Works in the summer/fall 2022 in Chicago IL. Exact dates TBD. Weekly pay TBD. Currently, only non-union contracts are available. Seeking—Ensemble (Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders, 18+, Ensemble contracts are available. Seeking highly skilled singers and dancers. Seeking talent from Chicago IL. Apply via Submit headshot, resume/CV, and 16 bar musical theatre video submission. Invites will be extended to dance calls if there is further interest. Dance calls in St. Charles IL on Aug. 9& 10. Exact location is TBD. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination must be provided upon entry to attend the dance call. For more info, visit.

‘The JOE HILL REVIVAL’ – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 29 - Brooklyn Tavern Theater is casting The Joe Hill Revival, a contemporary retelling of the story of Joe Hill, union activist, songwriter and American folk hero. Joe Hill was executed by the state of Utah in 1915 on highly questionable charges. The musical/cabaret show takes place in a working tavern/restaurant in Brooklyn, where actors perform the show immersively, and at times involve the audience in small ways. All actors (except Joe Hill) will participate in the Chorus when their character is offstage. An ability to pick up and hold harmonies will be important. Rehearsals are to begin Aug. 9. Staging rehearsals are scheduled for weekday mornings/early afternoons during the month of Aug. at Rustik Tavern in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, the tavern where the show will be performed. Availability for these rehearsals is a requirement. Shows will be Sep. 14-15, 21-22, 28-29, and Oct. 5-6. Stipend $500. This is not a contract production, although production will be observing Equity Showcase Code. Seeking—“Joe Hill” (Lead): Male, early-mid 30's, but young-ish. Swedish IWW activist and songwriter executed by the state of Utah in 1915. Played with a contemporary vibe by an African American actor; “Elizabeth Gurley Flynn” (Lead): Female, 20-65 yrs. Prominent labor activist in the early 1900s, member and leader of the International Workers of the World (IWW, "the Wobblies"). Strong, no-nonsense, but also emotional. EGF narrates the show, as well as steps into a role as herself at the end. EGF will participate in the Chorus at times when not narrating; “Kady O’Shaughnessy” (Supporting): Female, 35-70 yrs. Hard-drinking Irish hobo. She has adopted Quinn as her son. Does not like politics and suffers from liver disease. Kady sings a few blues-influenced songs. She will sing in the Chorus when not onstage as Kady; “Otto Appelquist” (Supporting): Male, 18-30, Joe's friend. Otto speaks with a Swedish accent. He feels eclipsed by Joe Hill. Otto appears in the first act only; actor will pick up other roles and participate in Chorus throughout; “Quinn O’Shaughnessy” (Supporting): Male, 18-25, Young hobo/worker. Quinn was orphaned as a young child and adopted by Kady. Quinn is a good worker, upfront, honest and cares for his mother. He becomes interested in workers politics and joins the Wobblies. Quinn will participate in the Chorus when not onstage; Warden (Supporting): Male, 30-70, Joe's prison warden. He also appears in many scenes representing the hostile state or other authority figures. Warden will participate in the Chorus throughout the show; “Hilda Erickson” (Supporting): Female, 20-35 yrs; Member of the Eselius family with whom Joe and Otto stay in Act I. She has moved downtown and gotten her own apartment. Hilda can be flirtatious but proves to be dedicated. The actor participates in the Chorus when her character is offstage; Multiple Characters/Chorus (Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders, 18-60, Actor will fill a number of small roles in the story, from other Wobblies to possibly Prosecutors or Lawyers. Chorus participates in the show from beginning to end, harmony singing is a must. Seeking talent from Brooklyn NY. Apply via or visit. The music in the show is a mix of contemporary music theater, R&B, blues and folk. Submit/make available 2 or 3 clips of a song performance—let us know what you can do. Video preferred, but audio is still useful.

‘FOOTLOOSE’ – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 31 - GMC Productions is seeking male, age 16-20, to play the hunky bad boy in Footloose. Shoots TBD date at a Jewish community center in Deal NJ. No Pay. Seeking—“Chuck” (Supporting): 16-20. Seeking talent from Deal NJ area. Apply via

TEENS, ‘HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL JR.’ – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 31 - Rising Stars is casting teen males for a Rising Stars production of High School Musical Jr. Director states: "Disney Channel's smash hit movie musical comes to life on your stage in Disney’s High School Musical Jr. Now updated to the convenient binder version. Troy, Gabriella, and the students of East High must deal with issues of love, friends, and family while balancing their classes and extracurricular activities. The show’s infectious, danceable songs are sure to engage performers and audiences alike." Rehearses Aug. 2-13; runs Aug. 14-15 in Newton NJ. Schedule is Mon.-Fri. (9am-3pm). No Pay. Seeking—“Coach Bolton” (Supporting): All Genders, 14-18, basketball coach, father, strict, fair, sports fan. Seeking talent from Newton NJ. Must live in the Sussex or Passaic County area of New Jersey. Must sign up to audition time on Calendly.

MARRIOTT THEATRE 2021-2022 SEASON - AUG. 2 DEADLINE - Marriott Theatre is seeking video submissions from musical theatre actors throughout Chicagoland for the Marriott Theatre's 2021-2022 season. Theatre states: "We aren’t able to do auditions in-person quite yet, so in the meantime we're going to do things a little different. We are seeking video audition submissions for our remaining 2021-2022 season as well as consideration for future productions. Even if you’ve worked with us before, consider submitting a video so we know you’re still in the area and interested in being back on the boards. Submissions will only be viewed by internal Marriott Theatre staff and production directors. Submissions are open to union and non-union performers." Season rehearses and performs in Buffalo Grove IL. Professional Pay. All positions are paid. Seeking—Musical Theater Performers: 18+, Chicagoland artists only. For consideration, upload to YouTube or Vimeo and send a link, or use a service like Dropbox or YouSendIt and email video or links. Submissions deadline is Aug. 2. For the video submissions, prepare a video (under three minutes) that expresses who you are as a musical theatre actor and more importantly as an artist. Casting note: "We understand there is no possible way to fully express your artistic self in three minutes, but we want to get a better sense of how you see yourself, the kind of musical storytelling you gravitate toward, and your unique creative point of view. If you like, this can be a typical submission with any song(s) of your choice. However, this may also be something entirely different. Be as creative as you wish. We hope this is an opportunity for us to get know you better and also reduce the fears typically associated with a general audition. Be creative! You can accompany yourself, sing a cappella, you can use video editing to layer elements if you wish, or simply use your camera phone and sing or dance at any location of your choice. Dance in a park, sing a song while walking on a sidewalk or tell a musical story on a rooftop. We want to get a better sense of who you are now after almost two years away and after a series of world events that have changed all of us forever. We have all been affected and are changed humans and artists. We would like the opportunity to meet you where you are now."

KIDS, ‘FROZEN JR.’ – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 6 - Open Hydrant Youth @ The Point is casting roles (ages 8-14) in Frozen Jr., a musical. Production states: "The enchanting modern classic from Disney is ready for your Broadway Junior stars! Frozen Jr. is based on the 2018 Broadway musical, and brings Elsa, Anna, and the magical land of Arendelle to life, onstage. The show features all of the memorable songs from the animated film, with music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, plus five new songs written for the Broadway production. A story of true love and acceptance between sisters, Frozen Jr. expands upon the emotional relationship and journey between Princesses Anna and Elsa. When faced with danger, the two discover their hidden potential and the powerful bond of sisterhood. With a cast of beloved characters and loaded with magic, adventure, and plenty of humor, Frozen Jr. is sure to thaw even the coldest heart." Auditions on a Sunday in Aug. by appointment. Auditions and performances at a theatre in the Bronx @ The Point, CDC. Rehearsals on Sunday afternoons. Performances will be the first weekend in Dec. No Pay. No fee to participate. Seeking—“Elsa:” Female, 9-14, Young Elsa, Middle Elsa, and Elsa are all the elder Princess of Arendelle at different ages. Next in line for the throne, Elsa has been born with magical powers that can overwhelm her when she becomes afraid and harms others if not handled with care. Fearful of hurting anyone, especially her beloved sister, Anna, Elsa becomes anxious and withdrawn as she grows older, before eventually learning to take control of, and become confident in, her powers which she masterfully uses to manipulate the Snow Chorus; “Anna:” Female, 9-14; Filled with a tremendous amount of light, energy, and love, Anna is a hopelessly optimistic extrovert at all ages, but as she grows older, she longs for connection with others, especially her sister, Elsa. Each version of this warm and determined princess requires a strong singer with great comic timing. Because Anna and Elsa share such a close bond, consider auditioning these roles together to get a sense of the performers' chemistry. Once your actors playing Young Anna and Middle Anna are finished with these roles, consider adding them to the ensemble for the remainder of the show; “Hans:” 9-14, The ambitious Prince of the Southern Isles and overlooked thirteenth son of a king. Hans constantly strives to find a way to make good and stand out. He boasts an exceedingly charming facade that fools everyone - including Anna and, ideally, the audience! - into believing he's Prince Charming, when really, he's just a jerk. Cast an actor who can play both sides of this two-faced prince with relish as well as confidently sing the moments of harmony in "Love Is an Open Door;" “Kristoff” (Supporting): 9-14, Kristoff is a hardworking ice harvester. Kristoff has a sarcastic veneer and a rough-around-the-edges exterior that hides a big heart. Taken in by the Hidden Folk when he was young, he loves Pabbie and Bulda dearly but is a bit of a loner with a reindeer for a best friend- until he meets Anna. With only a few short singing solos, focus on casting a performer who can balance a cynical sense of humor with charming banter; “Young Ana” (Supporting): Female, 8-10; “Middle Ana:” Female, 8-10; “Young Elsa” (Supporting): Female, 8-10; “Middle Elsa” (Supporting): Female, 10-14; “King Agnarr:” 8-14, The warm-hearted ruler of Arendelle is committed to protecting both his family and the Townspeople from his eldest daughter's powers. With only one singing solo, focus on casting an actor who can play this father figure convincingly; “Queen Iduna” (Supporting): 8-14, The queen possesses a sense of rightness and kindness that guides her in the protection of her two young girls. A daughter of the Northern Nomads, this queen has the ability to communicate with the Hidden Folk of the mountains and so understands Elsa's powers deeply; look for an actor who can portray this sense of compassion; “Olaf” (Supporting): 8-14, The magical snowman created by Anna and Elsa when they were young. Olaf is endearingly delighted by everything - especially the idea of summer. Goofy and sweet, Olaf should possess a childlike innocence and excellent comic timing; Pabbie and Bulda (Supporting): 8-14, Pabbie and Bulda are the mystical leaders of the Hidden Folk who have a soft spot for "strays." Ever-benevolent, these parental figures want what's best for Kristoff, even if they are a bit misguided in their efforts. Look for amiable performers who will endear themselves to the audience in the crowd- pleaser, "Fixer Upper:" “Sven” (Supporting): 8-14, Sven is a reindeer of few words, a fiercely loyal pal to Kristoff, and loves giving the ice harvester a hard time. Look for a performer with good comic timing and terrific physical acting skills who can devise a strong movement vocabulary to bring this furry charmer to life. Consider auditioning potential Svens and Kristoffs together as the two should share a visible bond; Ensemble: All Genders, 8-14, singers and dancers. Seeking talent from The Bronx, New York NY. Apply via

‘CHAMELEON’ – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 9 - Producers are casting the lead female and one ensemble female role in Chameleon, a new musical about accepting your differences and raising mental health awareness. Daisy Villegas, creator-writer; Will Meid, songwriter-co-book writer. Rehearsals held via Zoom and all info will be provided through a WhatsApp group chat once you are cast. No Pay. Rest assured it is a wonderful opportunity! Seeking—“Anna” (Lead): 18-26, the witty, funny, empathetic friend of the male main character Chase. She is very close to him and when she suspects something might not be right, she enlists their mutual friend Nicole to do some digging to find out who the new Chase is and why he’s acting differently than last year; “Lisa Fiorenza” (Chorus/Ensemble): Female, up to 18, Lisa is 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. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Include a video of you acting out lines and another one singing the audition song for your respective role, which can be accessed through following and messaging the TikTok page @chameleonmusical, or if you don’t have tiktok, send text to 562-242-9103 or e-mail for more information.

'UNION SQUARE BEGINNINGS' – NOTICE EXPIRES MAR. 5, 2022 - Musical United is casting Union Square Beginnings, a musical. Synopsis: A group of lost people are assembled in a green space. There are seven characters. They seek the joys they once had. A rich woman appears. Coordinator states: "The music is a combination of Kurt Weill and Irving Berlin." Dates TBD in the NYC area. Pay TBD. Seeking—“Ehlizabeth” (Lead): Female, 40-65, Once an actress; Captain: Male, 35-60, Former naval captain; “Fritz Landowski:” Male, 45-65, Struggling salesman; “Geraldine” (Supporting): Female, 18, Former hooker, says she is an Ann Miller type. Seeking talent from New York NY. Apply via or contact Musical United.


NOW ACCEPTING TALENT SUBMISSIONS – NOTICE EXPIRES JUNE 30 - 5J Management is seeking talent submissions for representation with management company 5J Management. LA and NY locals only. All ages are welcomed to submit, but ideally looking for Kids, 18 TPY and 18-25. Works in L.A. and NYC. No pay. Unpaid. Seeking talent submissions: All Genders: 5-45. Seeking talent from Azusa, Los Angeles CA; New York NY. Apply via


TWO-WEEK ONLINE ANIMATION & VIDEO GAME VOICE-OVER INTENSIVE – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 21 - Acting And Voice Studios is seeking participants for a Two-Week Online Animation and Video Game Voice Over Intensive with Pam Goldman, director of animation and talent agent at Buchwald Agency. Production states: "This class is for actors ages 16+and will be held online via Zoom. This will be a live interactive class with a Q&A and the opportunity to perform for and get feedback from Pam. You will be able to download the recordings of your performances for educational purposes only. Pam Goldman is the Director of Animation at Buchwald, a full-service talent agency in NY and LA. The animation department spans both coasts and covers representation for celebrity kids and adults in television animation, feature animation, scripted podcasts and video games. Buchwald’s voice artists can be heard all over television and film ('Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,' 'Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,' 'Trolls: The Beat Goes On,' 'Over the Moon, Close Enough,' 'Bojack Horseman' and many others). Pam has been with the company for 16 years and loves discovering new talent, molding them into voice artists and having fun along the way." Online two week intensive on July 20 and July 27, 2pm-4pm EST/11am-1pm PST. No pay. The cost to attend this two-week intensive is $189. Seeking—Actors (Voiceover): 16+. Seeking talent from Greenwich CT. Register via or visit.

'CASEY' – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 24 - University of Southern California is casting Casey. Note: We are looking for a voice-over artist to do the voice of our main character, Addie, predominantly non-verbal things such as sighs, crying, laughing, etc. There is also one line of dialogue for this character. Casey is a 2D animated short film that tells the story of Addie, a ballet dancer whose career is ruined after she becomes sick with a mystery illness that no doctor can diagnose. When she rescues a stray dog named Casey, he helps to pull her out of her depression and deal with her new normal. The film is meant to start a discussion about women’s health issues being taken more seriously in the medical profession, and also to spread awareness about rescue animals and the emotional bond between humans and animals. Talent must be able to record TBD at home. If local to LA, studio arrangements can be made. No Pay. Audio to be used in short film. Seeking—Addie (Voiceover): Female, 16+, is a ballet dancer whose career is ruined after she becomes sick with a mystery illness that no doctor can diagnose; when she rescues a stray dog named Casey, he helps to pull her out of her depression and deal with her new normal; character is Latina. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Please note: character is Latina. Apply via or visit.

TWO-DAY ONLINE ANIMATION VOICE-OVER INTENSIVE – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 25 - Acting And Voice Studios is seeking participants for the Online 2-Day Animation Voice Over Intensive with Top VO Talent Agent, James Murray of A3 Artists Agency (formerly Abrams Artists)!. Company states: "This class is for actors ages 13+. This will be a live, interactive class with a Q&A and the opportunity to perform for and get feedback from James! You will also be able to send us your headshot, resume, acting reel and anything else you would want James to see. This class will be held online via Zoom, and you will be able to download the recordings of your performances for educational purposes only. Veteran agent James Murray heads the voice-over division at A3 Artists Agency where he works extensively across commercial, television animation, feature animation, interactive, narration, promos, audiobooks, and scripted podcasts. During the span of his career, James’ focus in television and feature animation has led him to represent the leads in hit shows and feature-length animated films for some of today’s largest networks, streamers, and studios. His clients can be heard on: 'The Simpsons,' 'Family Guy,' 'Sesame Street,' 'Toy Story 4' 'The LEGO Batman Movie,' 'The LEGO Movie 2,' 'The Addams Family,' 'The SpongeBob Movie,' 'Robot Chicken,' 'Puppy Dog Pals,' 'Big Hero 6: The Series,' 'Marvel Rising,' 'Descendants,' 'Duncanville,' 'Steven Universe,' 'American Dad,' 'Duncanville,' 'PowerPuff Girls' and animated films like 'Abominable' and 'Toy Story 4' among many others!" This online intensive meets via Zoom on July 24 & 25 from 4PM-6PM EST/1PM-3PM PST. No pay. The cost to attend is $199. Seeking—Voice Over Actors: All Genders, 13+. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via or visit.

‘DINER 57’ – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 6 - CCD Productions is casting Diner 57, a dark comedy/musical short film that combines both live action and animation. Synopsis: A ketchup bottle finds himself at odds with his condiment comrades when he wants to stop an elderly couple at his booth from robbing their diner. Shooting live-action portion October 16-17. Voice-Over recordings will be orchestrated sometime prior (September 2021). Pays $100 flat for Mr. and Mrs. Posh roles, $25-50 for Michael Carmichael Jr. and Voice-Over roles (will be discussed as part of the audition process). Meals are provided to actors working on-set, travel is not included. Seeking—“Mr. Posh” (Lead): Male, 50+, A long-time diner thief with a lousy comb-over, cheap white suit, and southern drawl. His robberies used to be calculated, but in his old age he has become sloppy, more trigger-happy; “Mrs. Posh” (Lead): Female, 50+, Wife and partner in crime to Mr. Posh. She's a dolled up woman of southern "sophistication," who finds thrill in planning. Which puts her at odds with her husband, who has lost his touch; “Michael Carmichael, Jr.” (Supporting): Male, 40-60, The owner of Carmichael's and a figment mentor to Ketchup. He's a cheery, Walt Disney restauranteer of the South with a welcoming smile; Ketchup (Voiceover): 15-60, Passionate and conflicted. The straight man of this cheery condiment group, growing ever-so frustrated at how they would rather sing instead of stop the thieves planning to rob their diner. But... is stopping them the right thing to do?; Mustard (Voiceover): 15-60, Confident and controlling. The leader of the condiments who believes in doing what they were designed to do (which doesn't include stopping robbers; Salt (Voiceover): 15-60, Nervous and a push-over. Often analytical, forever a worrier. Sweating the small stuff is common place, but being over-critical has led them to smart judgements; Pepper (Voiceover): 15-60, Jaunty and boisterous. Sings with gravitas, and isn't afraid to voice what's on their mind, with or without a second thought to it; Hot Sauce (Voiceover): 15-60, "Smooth" and fast-talking. A heartthrob, at least in their mind. They've always got the last remark or funny observation on a situation. Quite a show-off; Napkin Dispenser (Voiceover): 15-60, Curious and Naiive. A follower, going along with the crowd. Though having a big, steely shell, they are quite in touch with their emotions; Sweet-N-Low (Voiceover): 15-60, Sweet and low. Holds a southern charm, almost motherly in nature. That is, until crap hits the fan. At that point, they can be quite a downer/in their own head; Malt Vinegar (Voiceover): 60+, Old and cantankerous. The words that come out of their mouth are absolute gibberish; like a fisherman or crazy cat lady. No one seems to use them. Maybe because no one really orders the fish at Carmichael's. Seeking talent from Beaver Dam, VA; Richmond, VA; Virginia Beach, VA; Henrico, VA; Washington, DC; Norfolk, VA; Hampton, VA. Apply via Headshots and resumes are required for live-action roles. Singing will be required for voice-over audition. You may submit a recording of you singing a song of your choice (along with the side reading).

‘ROLL ON!’ – AUG. 7 - Roll On! Productions is casting a virtual reading of Roll On!, a gospel drama musical. Synopsis: An ensemble gospel play that tells the story of an aged black church, its search for new leadership, and its secrets buried deep within its walls…and its parishioners. Set primarily in the suburbs of Detroit MI, the play spans a total of 25 years, requiring a cast that is able to convincingly play a broad range of ages. Production states: "Roll On! is written by Marshall Opie, a native New Yorker based in the DMV. While there are many references to the Gospel, Roll On! is not simply a religious play but a universal dramatic work with an exciting, eclectic, thumping, soulful musical score. Though within the ensemble there are clear leads, there are no “DIVAS” written in the play. Everyone’s individual performance is important. We are looking for a strong, experienced Broadway caliber cast that can SING, ACT, and “MOVE” on the stage, particularly qualified interested actors that could be potentially cast in a full Houston-based, live stage performance in 2022, being developed for a road-tour heading eastward to New York." Fee negotiable based on experience and talent. Seeking—“Pearl Johnson” (Principal Lead) (Lead): 46-72, Pearl is a simple character yet complexed. Simple in the fact that she is a good wife and mother, as well as, a working class, Christian woman – a woman of strong faith. Her faith overshadows her fears, gives her a confidence that won’t allow her to backdown when she confronts injustice, and shields her inadequacies, personal desires, and secrets hidden within her heart; she is most comfortable being all by herself, standing barefoot, cooking in a big, beautiful kitchen; African-American; Superior, broad singing vocal range; strong actor; preferred union actor; “Earl Johnson” (Principal Lead) (Lead): Male 38-61, A physically strong and mentally strong-willed working-class man, husband and father who is often blinded by his lack of ability or desire to multi-task or to think outside of his own, self-made box. At times he appears to be far more religious than spiritual. Capable of singing on pitch both in a lead or choral capacity; “Joshua Johnson” (Principal Lead) (Lead): 18-24, An athletic, bright, scholarly young man - practically birthed and raised up in the church, who becomes a minister at age 17. He is comical, honest to a fault, and troubled; Superior, broad singing vocal range; strong actor; “Rev. Charles Daniels” (Principal Lead): Male, 55-80, Work From Home (Lead): He is pastor and founder of the church that the play is centered. He uses a cane as result of a stroke. He deems his stroke as a merciful reminder of God’s judgment and a consequence for the sins of his youth. As a widower, he strives to laugh more, reverence life, and make peace with his cane, his parishioners, and his beloved friends. Superior singing voice; strong actor; “J.E. Johnson” (Lead): Male, Work From Home (Lead): A PhD, progressive minded, youthful hearted minister that is in search of a church in need of a pastor. He seems himself as a change maker, an activist, and a man called by God to serve. His greatest fear is his past and the anger in his heart that is caused by it. His greatest love is God and his wife, Cheri, who at times plays the role of not only lover but counselor, friend, advisor, and a savior of sorts. Superior singing voice; strong actor; “Ruth” (Lead/Chorus): A private, no-nonsense yet liberated woman who knows the pleasures of sexual freedom, intimidating to the average man or woman, exuding a level of confidence that suggests that her heart cannot be penetrated or pierced. She is calculative. She is the only daughter of Earl and Pearl, and she serves as the Chairman of the Board of the Calvary Missionary Church’s Pulpit Search Committee; Experienced, strong actor; Capable of singing on pitch both in a lead or choral capacity; “Mrs. Katy Green” (Lead/Chorus): Female, 50-75, Pearl’s next-door neighbor, member of the pulpit search committee. She is “Mrs. Katy Green” because she prides herself in being the widow of the late Henry Green, (African American), and she has always loved and liked being named Katy. She is militant when her love or peace is threatened. Experienced, strong actor; Capable of singing on pitch both in a lead or choral capacity; “Willie” (Chorus): Male, 30-55, Work From Home: The Chorus serves as a Greek Chorus of sorts, and members of the Pulpit Search Committee. Willie is one of those Deacons who was once a church member who was known for smelling like a liquor bottle on a Sunday morning. Now reformed, he is an empathetic character and one who can be trusted with handling his business and the business and secrets of others. Experienced, strong actor; Capable of singing on pitch both in a lead or choral capacity; “Shirlie Mae” (Chorus): Female, 22-47, Work From Home: Deacon Willie’s wife, pulpit search committee secretary. She is a life-long friend of Ruth and the Johnson family. She is sweet as pie, adorable, and loveable. She is an oddity in the world of this play filled with strong, domineering personalities. Experienced, strong actor; Capable of singing on pitch both in a lead or choral capacity; “Mabel” (Chorus): Female, 49-74: Church agitator, choir director, pulpit search committee member. She is cantankerous for no apparent reason at all except that she was born Black, her momma was Black, her daddy was Black, and she has no intentions of changing the fact that she is Black, and she is Mabel – “take it or leave it!” She is raw and honest. Rich singing voice; strong actor; “Trustee Barnes” (Chorus): Male, 48-52, Pulpit search committee member. Intelligent, suave, and trustworthy. An introvert who is extremely comfortable sitting in an extroverted setting, watching, and enjoying the company of others. Experienced, strong actor; Capable of singing on pitch both in a lead or choral capacity. Auditions Aug. 7 from 12:30pm-4pm EST. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via or visit. In your cover letter note your availability. Include a video with your submission if you have a video of you singing that is helpful. For the auditions be prepared to sing. For more information visit.

‘TEMPLE OF STORY’ – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 18 - Kendricks Films is seeking talented and reliable and experienced voice talents for a series of podcast recordings for an upcoming art exhibition titled Temple of Story. Production states: "Each performer will interpret the text of short stories through their vocal talents. The recordings will be used in tandem with artist-filmmaker Neil Kendricks' drawings that will be on display at the Oceanside Museum of Art in early October 2021 to February 2022. Voiceover talent must have recording experience and preferably access to his or her own recording mics. Preference will be given to San Diego-based artists. The project's main artist Kendricks is waiting on possible grant to partially fund project. For now, the positions are without pay. Note: Only contact us if you have a reel of VoiceOver work and recording experience, and you are okay with the aforementioned details. We look forward to hearing from you soon!" Works remotely, ideally based in San Diego CA. Talent outside of San Diego must have access to professional recording material. No Pay; Unpaid. Production states: "The audio will be part of a museum exhibition and a composer will use the recordings to build and create soundscapes. After the exhibition's run, the composer and Kendricks may release the pieces in other media platforms and formats." Seeking—Narrator (Voiceover): 18-60, male and female narrators will read and offer voice interpretations of the short stories as unseen storytellers in recordings. Project's main visual artist and writer will provide a release to performers selected for interdisciplinary art project. The pieces will be produced almost like a radio play with voice talent's performances shaped into a soundscape by composer. Apply via In your cover letter, note your specific access to recording equipment and experience with podcast recordings as an actor and/or voiceover talent. Again, voice performers must have prior experience and reel available for artist to hear prior work.

‘RELYING ON BENJAMINS’ – NOTICE EXPIRES DEC. 31 - Relying On Benjamins is casting multiple roles in the scripted musical comedy podcast Relying On Benjamins. Production states: "This series follows two best friends, Benjamin Feyler and Benjamin Ozwald, with their dashing canine companion, Ashton, who all embark on an epic musical adventure in a ridiculous and very detailed world." Talent works remotely. No Pay; Unpaid. Seeking—Multiple Roles (Voiceover): All Genders, 18+. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Must have your own recording equipment to deliver clear audio. Apply via Production states: "I'll send you the lines/sides to record after you apply. You can send resume, and short cover letter."


BUILDING A FOUNDATION: ACTING 101 – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 16 - BDP Entertainment Group states: "Are you looking to sharpen your acting skills post quarantine? Hollywood Performance Academy is now accepting new students for our Building a Foundation: Acting classes! Now thanks to Zoom, no matter where you are, you can attend these classes! Our next class is on July 17 at 2 pm PST so sign up before all the slots fill up! Join us to learn how to Act Up and Act Out!" Meets virtually via Zoom. Class link will be provided upon completing registration through our website. No Pay. School states: "No pay. ​These classes usually cost $50 each. However, since we are holding the classes online, we are offering them at a 50% discount, so your cost is only $25!" Seeking—Actors, Voice Actors, Singers, Performers: All Genders, 18+, Anyone who is ready to Act-Up & Act-Out, taking their performance to the next level. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Once you submit via Backstage, you will be sent the registration link.

ATNY’s SUMMER ‘BROADWAY BABES’ MUSICAL PERFORMANCE CAMPS – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 19 - Actors Technique NY Kids & Teens is seeking participants ages 4-8 for ATNY's summer Broadway Babes musical performance camps. Company states: "'That kid should be on stage!' You hear it all the time. And the earlier they begin, the greater the advantage. This camp is designed for professional training focused on this particular age group. Three weekly in-theater NYC Broadway weeks to choose from. Enjoy one or all three. "ATNY will incorporate all facets of professional song, dance, and acting for our youngest future Broadway artists, with Broadway producer Carl Anthony Tramon ('Matilda,' 'Be More Chill,' 'School of Rock,' 'War of the Roses 2021'). He knows what you need to build good habits from a very young age. Join him and fellow ATNY professionals and get the right training in one or all of these amazing in-theater weekly camps. Final weekly performances. "Other ATNY summer Broadway camp options (all ages): Broadway's 'Annie,' 'The Meanest Girls,' and virtual musical camp." Weekly Broadway camps run July 19-23, July 26-30, and Aug. 2-6 in NYC. No Pay. Camp participation fee required. Seeking—In the Wings B’way Camper (Lead): All Genders: 4-8, in-studio NYC Broadway camp participant. Seeking talent from New York City NY; Boston MA; Philadelphia PA. Submit a headshot and resume. Must be able to participate in-studio in NYC. Visit the website for more details or call 917/763-1777 with deposits or registration.

KIDS/TEENS, PEACHCRAFT's THEATER SUMMER INTENSIVE ENSEMBLE! - NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 19 - PeachCraft Studios of Dramatic Arts, Creative Voice and Filmmaking is seeking new students, ages 10-17, participants for PeachCraft Studios of Drama, Voice & Filmmaking's Summer Session. The program was established in 2005 by Casting Director and Talent Manager, Kate Kennedy. Students can sign up for 1-3 weeks. Week I, Level I: Features- Musical Workshop: Throughout the week students will work on scenes and songs from this season's Musical. They will learn sensory work, navigating text, script analysis, voice and speech, making bold choices, audition technique and their musical repertoire. The musical workshop will be performed on Friday to showcase scenes and songs from the show for family and friends! Week II, Level II: Features- Writer, Director, Actor Workshop: Throughout the week students will write, direct, cast and act in their own scenes. They will learn dynamic character creation, audition technique, improvisation, sketch comedy, and how to revise and produce their original work. Students will showcase and perform their written scenes on Friday for family and friends! Week III, Level III: Features- Classical Workshop: Students will work on imaginary bodies, psychological gestures, voice and speech, and classical text through Shakespeare scenes and monologues. Company states: "Students will perform their own work on Friday for family and friends! Come be a part of an amazing community from the comfort of your home! Learn live and online from industry professionals in NY and LA." Week 1 runs July 5-9; week two runs July 12-16; and week three runs July 19-23. All workshops run 9AM-12:30PM PT/12NOON-3:30PM ET. via Zoom. No Pay. $400 fee required for one-week workshop. Scholarship available if qualified. Seeking—Summer Performers (Lead): All Genders, 10-18. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via, visit PeachCraft or send email with any questions. Interview is required. For consideration, submit a cover letter with a brief introduction about you or your child and an email we can contact you at if you are chosen to audition for our summer intensives. Classes fill up quickly.

BALTIMORE – ACTING CLASSROOM And In SHORTS – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 20 - Cagesafe Productions is seeking participants for an acting/filmmaking group. Class states: "We will work on acting as a skill in a 'classroom environment' and 'on set.' Once everyone reaches a basic level of competency, actors will also act in shorts, and work crew on their non-acting days. Class is free, but only available to students in the Baltimore area. We are holding it, as we often have to cast out of NYC and are looking to develop some local talent with experience. Space is very limited. Please read whole post before responding and let us know that you are fine with having to read. This is an acting class taught from the perspective of what the director would like an actor to have prepared before showing up on set. Loosely and closely borrowing from Sanford Meisner, Stella Adler, Harold Clurman, and others, in addition to learned lessons along the way. We will combine exercises that start very basic and systematically become more complicated, and also reading like an actor, based on the idea that the key to true emotion was to be found in full understanding of the ‘given circumstances. -Given circumstances meaning the text/script. Actors will act in shorts for on-camera experience. (There are a few designated directors in the class, with festival experience.). Class is free, but attendance and assignments are expected to be taken seriously. Class would meet once a week for approximately 3 hours. Length of class depends on progress of students, but it will likely be eight to ten weeks before we begin to incorporate the short films. Class is broken into sections – we do not cover all sections each week, and not in the same order. Scene breakdown – from movie or script, Acting exercises, Scene work, Theory from reading and Writing exercises for scene comprehension. There will be a lot of reading the first four weeks, particularly the second and third week. Reading will be light after that. There will be a few movies that everyone will need to watch as homework. Please respond with headshots, letting know something about your interest in film, and letting us know that you are happy to read. Started late June, location TBD, but in Baltimore or Baltimore County MD. No Pay. Free acting classes, only compensation will be reel footage, assuming talents remains through duration. Seeking—Student Actor (Lead): All Genders, 19-70, roles will be determined by directors in class, and written during class. All actors in class will receive a speaking role in a short film. Seeking talent from Baltimore MD. Apply via

TWEENS/TEENS, The ROSETTA LeNOIRE MUSICAL THEATRE ACADEMY SUMMER INTENSIVE 2021 – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 27 - Amas Musical Theatre is casting students for a three-week musical theatre intensive with The Rosetta LeNoire Musical Theatre Academy. Production states: "Immerse yourself in singing, dancing and acting. Enhance and strengthen your artistic skills with our three creative sessions: Voice studio: Find your voice by exploring musical theatre songs using good vocal technique. Learn how you can bring storytelling and musicianship to a song. Acting: It’s time to hone your acting skills! Explore imaginary circumstances, examine character, relationships and objectives through monologues, scene work, and acting exercises. Summer Dance Jam: Get up off the couch and put on your dancing shoes! This class features ballet barre, jazz warm-ups, dancercise fitness, tap basics and theatre style jazz. For safety, registration is restricted to 10 students." Works July 27–Aug. 12 (Tuesdays, Wednesday, Thursdays; 9:45am-3pm) in NYC. No Pay. Seeking—Students: 12-18. Seeking talent from New York City NY. Apply via or visit.

‘PERFORMER AS MUSICIAN’ MUSICAL IMPROV ONLINE ZOOM WORKSHOP – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 30 - UNDERDOG EDUCATIONAL™ is seeking participants for a six-week online musical improv class with Lisa Lynn from London. It is also an opportunity to audition for a Los Angeles Musical Improv group, Feel Your Feet. Production states: "You can take this workshop without auditioning for this L.A. group. You do not need to attend this workshop in order to audition. There is no fee to be a part of the L.A. group." Workshops run July 18, 25, August 1, 8, 15, and 22 (10:30am-1pm PST) virtually over Zoom. No Pay. Pays $180 workshop fee. No fee for auditioning for the L.A. group, Feel Your Feet. Seeking—Actor (Chorus/Ensemble): All Genders, 18+. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via

ONLINE BI-COASTAL 6-AGENT ALL-STAR SHOWCASE – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 1 - Acting & Voice Studios is casting an all-star showcase. Class states: "Online bi-coastal all-star 6-agent/manager showcase with top agents and managers from Gersh, Power Entertainment Group, Eris Talent Agency, A3 Artists, Sovereign Talent Group, Inc. and Stewart Talent! This showcase is for actors ages 16 and up. This is a great opportunity to meet all six top industry professionals and showcase your acting skills and talent. This class will be held online via Zoom. This will be a live, interactive showcase with a Q&A and the opportunity to perform for all 6 industry pros and get feedback from the panel. You will also be able to send us your headshot, resume, acting reel, and anything else you would want for the panel to see. Every actor will get direct feedback from the talent agent panel. You will be able to download the recordings of your performances for educational purposes only. Talent agents will be attending. Showcase runs July 30 (6pm EST/3pm PST) via Zoom. No Pay. Unpaid. The cost to attend is $199. Seeking—Actor (Lead): All Genders, 8+. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via or visit.

‘ANNIE KIDS’ – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 4 - Musical Theater at 92Y is casting musical Annie Kids. Production states: "This process-based workshop provides a unique, profound experience for students to explore all aspects of musical theater. In a warm, supportive environment, students explore every step—from casting to opening night—learning what it’s like to create and perform a musical while problem solving and building teamwork and self-esteem. Everyone has the chance to shine in musicals drawn from a canon of child-friendly shows that fully engage the whole class. The workshop culminates in a fully produced spectacle for family and friends." Rehearses from Sep. 20, 2021-Jan. 24, 2022 (Mondays, 4:30pm-5:30pm) in NYC. No Pay. Participation fee: $550. Seeking—“Annie” (Lead): 8-14; “Warbucks” (Lead): 10-18; “Miss Hannigan” (Lead): 10-18; “Rooster” (Supporting): 9-18; “Lily St. Regis” (Supporting): 9-18; “Grace” (Supporting): 9-18; Tessie, Molly, Pepper, July, Kate, Duffy (Supporting): 5-14. Seeking talent from New York City NY. Production states: "To audition, download the character’s audition files and learn the materials. When your performer feels ready to show off their hard work, you can submit a video of their audition to our Dropbox. If you are unable to record your audition, we will be scheduling in-person auditions beginning August 4. Callbacks will be held in-person. Please note that we are not assessing the quality of the video — this should not be a fully produced or edited video. We are also aware that many students are dealing with significant space restrictions. Lastly, we prefer this video to be submitted without the aid of any outside professional coaching. Casting will begin August 1 and we will continue to cast until the first day of rehearsal. Roles will be crossed out from the below list as they are assigned. We encourage students to audition as early as possible." Apply via or visit.

FREE ACTING CLASS: BACKSTAGE – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 6 - nVision Productions is seeking participants for a free acting class. Production Companies: "If the acting ability of anyone in your crew doesn't fit your needs, don't waste your investment. You can get help by scheduling rehearsals led by a professional acting coach. The first class is free and the actors will be ready for their scenes in no time. If you're an individual wanting to land an audition, try using this free online class to rehearse and train in order to help ensure your position within that production." Class is held online using Zoom. No Pay. Note: First class is free for new students. Seeking—Student (Lead): 8+. Seeking talent Worldwide. Must be an English speaker or have a translator in order to attend classes. Use this link below to schedule your session. Production states: "We will be utilizing for online classes, so make sure you are ready for a video conference call. You will need to download the Zoom app on your computer, phone or tablet. If alternatives are needed, email me to make arrangements. Things to bring: Prepared monologue, or your current script to rehearse your role. Something to take notes with. One class session can be a lot of information. Taking note will help ensure you don't forget valuable information."

KIDS/TEENS, SUMMER ACTING CLASSES – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 9 - Denise Simon Acting & Coaching is seeking young actors for summer in-person and virtual acting classes. Company states: "Young actors ages 7-18 can join one or more weeks of professional training this summer. Classes offered in TV/film acting technique shooting a professional demo reel with REELARC; a triple-threat program in acting, voice, and dance with a performance at a landmark NYC cabaret; a pre-college program in musical theater and theater for high school students; industry week taught by our staff plus casting directors, agents and managers; acting technique and musical theatre training at an outdoor nature sanctuary. Classes: June 28-July 2 Virtual (pre-college musical theater/theater for high school students); July 12-16 Virtual (Industry Week -acting & audition technique with a chance to work with industry pros in voice over & casting, agents and managers); July 19-25 virtual and in-person (Young Actors Film Experience with REELARC in Brooklyn,) Aug. 9-13 In Person (Bright Lights of Broadway, ages 7-11 and 12-17), and Aug. 16-20 In Person (Outdoor theatre & nature camp in Westchester County for ages 7-14). No Pay. Daily and week-long programs with filming and stage performance opportunities. Prices range from $175-$1395. Seeking—Kids & Teens: 7-18. Seeking talent Worldwide. Classes will be held in person and on Zoom for beginners to professional young actors residing anywhere. No audition required. Apply via or visit the website.

FREE ONLINE ACTING SEMINAR – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 12 - Acting And Voice Studios is seeking participants for a free online acting seminar with top casting director, Jeremy Gordon. Company states: "Tune in for this awesome opportunity: a one-night-only, one-hour, free online acting seminar with top casting director, Jeremy Gordon. Jeremy Gordon, CSA will be joining us live on Zoom to share all of his valuable insights on the entertainment industry. Including but not limited to: tips on becoming a working actor during COVID-19, the current acting industry, self-tapes and auditioning, headshots and resumes, social media for actors, SAG-AFTRA, and where to find auditions. Jeremy's casting credits include 'We're The Millers,' 'The Wolverine,' 'Being Charlie,' and more." Runs Aug. 11 (from 9pm-10pm EST/6pm-7pm PST) over Zoom. No Pay. Seminar is free to attend. Seeking—Actors (Lead): All Ages, Work From Home. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via or visit.

BARR HILL PLAYERS 2021 SUMMER RETREAT – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 28 - The Barr Hill Players is seeking participants for the August 2021 Barr Hill Players Summer Intensive, a week-long actors' retreat in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. Established in 2015, the program combines work in Meisner technique, viewpoints, mindfulness, and basic wilderness skills to help actors connect to their bodies and environments. To see a sample schedule, hear testimonials, and learn more, visit the website. Program runs Aug.1-9 and Aug. 28-Sep. 5 at Geldo Acres Retreat Center in Greensboro VT. Note: Each participant will attend one week-long session. First and last dates of each listed period are designated travel dates. No pay. Total cost is $650, inclusive of meals and accommodations. Transportation is not included in tuition but can be arranged to/from a coastal hub upon request. Seeking—Barr Hill Player (Lead): 18-35, a passionate emerging artist to join a tight-knit ensemble of 10-15. Must be age 18 or older to apply. Seeking talent from New York City NY; Providence RI; Boston MA; New Haven CT; Burlington, Montpelier VT; Syracuse, Ithaca NY; Philadelphia PA; Baltimore MD; Washington DC; Portland ME; Pittsburgh PA; Rochester NY; Hartford CT; Buffalo NY. To schedule an interview, visit calendly. Submissions through will be contacted with an invitation to schedule an interview through the link.

ULTIMATE VOCAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2021 – AUG. 30 DEADLINE - Ultimate Vocal Music Summit is seeking participants for Ultimate Vocal Music Summit. for "A highly focused three-day summit for gifted Protégée young singers who are ready to take their craft and careers to the next level. The accepted Vocalist, and or Singer-Songwriter will be mentored by highly renowned team celebrity coaches and entertainment professionals. The selected Auditions will be given the opportunity to coach by the celebrity team. The celebrity coaches will provide group and one-on-one training sessions, panel Q & A that will give you current insights into artist development, Vocal Styling, Staging, Dance,and the current state of the industry. Guidance in Songwriting, Production, Media management, interview techniques, how to connect to your audiences and band members, while always remaining focused on strengthening your vocal and presentation styles as an artist. The Ultimate Team of Celebrity coaches brings years of experience and success in the industry. Their diversity and expertise will bring out your best vocal, songwriting and artistic performance and our highly customized feedback will be to help you hit your performance goals. Hosted at the home of the Grammy Awards, the state-of-the-art CenterStaging studios in Burbank, California, the Summit will culminate with you performing, backed by an all-star band of Grammy-winning musicians, musical directors, arrangements by world-renowned composers, all coordinated to give your own unique performance and a promotional video for "YouTube. The finale Performance will be before Senior Casting Directors for American Idol, The Voice, Four, and other reality shows. Additional Casting directors from three major film companies and several of the top record company VP's. The top 3 will be awarded an opportunity to be part of the exclusive mentorship program with Grammy-nominated and Grammy-winning writers and producers teams. This is your opportunity to be cast in addition to a great learning experience and developing a key tool to move your career to the next level! Please only apply if you are serious about a career in music and film. You will need a photo, audio sample, video live performance to be submitted. Summit October 15-18 at CenterStaging in Burbank CA. No Pay. $2,250 tuition fee required. Note: There is an opportunity to apply for scholarships and the registration fee has been waived for Backstage applicants. Please be aware the sooner you apply the better your chance to be accepted. Also, be aware the scholarships are limited, so if you need a scholarship and are seeking a partial scholarship you need to apply as soon as possible. Dates for Summit, October 15-18, 2021. Seeking—Singer (Lead): All Genders, 7-21, Singer-Artist-Performer; Singer-Songwriter (Lead): 7-20, Singer, Songwriter, performer, Artist. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States; Canada). Second Round Applications and auditions accepted until Aug. 30. Submit name, street address, city, state, zip code, phone, e-mail, age, Parents contact if you are a minor and the following: 1) Tell us about your previous experiences (musical, vocal training, etc.); 2) Do you play an instrument? If yes, explain; 3) Share with us a little about yourself and what makes singing so important to you; 4) What do you hope to achieve and where would you like to be in a year from now? What do you hope to accomplish during your three days of vocal and performance training with our experts? 6) Other examples of you singing (Vimeo, YouTube, etc.) Submit this application to If you are applying for a partial scholarship, mark it Scholarship request and or financial assistance. Must receive Second round applications no later than Aug. 30. We all look forward to hearing from you. Please note Ultimate Vocal Music Summit 2021 is subject to change depending on the state of pandemic and stay-at-home orders.

ICL MUSIC ACADEMY – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 31 - ICL Academy Music is seeking participants for an online music school. Company states: "ICL Music Academy is partnering with legendary Grammy Winning producers Stargate and David Foster to launch an innovative online pop music school. We provide best-in-class pop music training and accredited academics for high school singer/songwriter/producers. This program was designed for high schoolers who are passionate and committed to growing as musicians and want to be able to focus as much time/energy as possible on their music careers. Our online program will allow students the flexibility to fit their academics around their music, while getting instruction, mentorship, and feedback from some of the best musicians in the world." School is based in Los Angeles CA, but this is an online program, so students are welcome to apply from anywhere around the world. No Pay. Merit Scholarships and Financial Assistance available. Seeking—Singers/Songwriters/Producers (Lead): 13-19. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via or visit ICLAcademy. To learn more, check out our website and fill out the contact form. Someone from our team will get in touch with you.

FREE ACTING CLASS – NOTICE SEP. 11 - nVision Productions is seeking participants for a free acting class on Zoom. Acting coach states: "If the acting ability of anyone in your crew doesn't fit your needs, don't waste your investment. You can get help by scheduling rehearsals led by a professional acting coach. The first class is free, and the actors will be ready for their scenes in no time. If you're an individual wanting to land an audition, try using this free online class to rehearse and train in order to help ensure your position within that production." Class is held online using Zoom. No Pay. Note: First class is free for new students. Seeking—Student (Lead): 8+. Seeking talent Worldwide. Must be an English speaker or have a translator in order to attend classes. Use this link to schedule your session. Production states: "We will be utilizing for online classes, so make sure you are ready for a video conference call. You will need to download the Zoom app on your computer, phone or tablet. If alternatives are needed, email me to make arrangements. Things to bring: Prepared monologue, or your current script to rehearse your role. Something to take notes with. One class session can be a lot of information. Taking note will help ensure you don't forget valuable information." Sign up here.

TWICE-MONTHLY VIRTUAL ACTING CLASSES – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 15 - BDPE Group is seeking participants for virtual acting classes. Class states: "On the first and third Sunday of every month... we offer an acting and performance interactive webinar. Whether you are just beginning your journey in performing or a masterclass level artist, young performers and adults are welcome to come Act-Up & Act-Out at the Hollywood Performance Academy (HPA). These webinars will not only allow you to find out about our classes and workshops but give you an opportunity to workout your acting and performance chops. HPA offers a safe space to hone your craft without having to leave the comfort and safety of your own home through our Online Acting Ensemble (OAE) virtual classroom. Strengthen and tighten up your on-camera skills and have a great time while you're at it. More information about HPA/OAE can be found on our websiteMeets virtually via Zoom. Class link will be provided upon completing registration through our website. No Pay. Seeking—Actors, Voice Actors, Singers, Performers: All Genders, 18+, anyone who is ready to Act-Up & Act-Out, taking their performance to the next level. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Once you submit via Backstage, you will be sent the registration link.

AUDIO DRAMA PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITY & ON-CAMERA SELF-TAPE CLASSES – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 30 - Primary Stages ESPA is seeking participants for acting workshops. Company states: “As much of the theatrical world turns to digital productions, the Audio Drama and the Self-Taped Audition have grown immensely as ways to work regardless of the social distance. Primary Stages ESPA’s online classes in Acting for Audio Drama with voice actor Gabra Zackman, and On-Camera Auditioning: The Self-Tape with actor/filmmakers Amelia Campbell and Anthony Arkin can give you the tools to work in audio drama, theater, and film/tv in this new virtual landscape. Visit the website for a full list of classes.” Start and end dates vary. All classes held online via Zoom. No pay. Workshop fees vary by class. Discounts for returning students. ESPA provides students easy and convenient payment plans to break up tuition. Seeking—Participants for On-Camera Auditioning: The Self Tape: 18+; Circuit Training: Casting Directors: 18+; Acting for Zoom: 18+; Acting for Audio Drama: 18+; Solo Performance: 18+; The Business of Theater: 18+; The Storytelling of Marginalized People: 18+; How to Create a Collaborative Virtual Space: 18+. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Click for more info about Spring Classes at Primary Stages ESPA.

The NEW YORK PERFORMING ARTS ACADEMY 2021-22 SCHOLARSHIP AUDITIONS – NOTICE EXPIRES SEP. 30 - 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. The program runs in NYC. No Pay. Full and partial scholarships available for Performing Arts programs. Seeking—Actors, Singers/Musical Theater: 12+. Seeking talent from New York, NY. Applicants should complete the NYPAA Application Form located at NYPAA Actors: Prepare a monologue of your 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.


‘AMERICA’S HIT PARADE’ And ‘HAZZARD COUNTY HOEDOWN’ – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 31 - The Grand Majestic Theater is seeking enthusiastic, strong male performers who can sing solos, sing harmonies, and dance/move for productions of America's Hit Parade and Hazzard County Hoedown. Production states: "Hit Parade is a fun, musical revue of the '50s and '60s featuring top jukebox hit songs of the era; Hazzard County Hoedown is a comedic spoof of 'The Dukes of Hazzard,' featuring a variety of music: country as well as pop hits from the '80s and '90s. Note: Performers must be able to relocate to East Tennessee for their contract." Rehearsals begin immediately; shows through Dec. 31 in Pigeon Forge, TN. Pays $75-$90/show. Contract runs through December 2021. Note: Performers must be able to relocate to East Tennessee for the duration of their contract. Term of contract can be discussed. Seeking—Leads, Step-Outs, Ensemble: All Genders, 25-40. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via In your cover letter, include your availability date and when you can relocate to Tennessee. Must include current headshot, current full-body shot, resume, demo reel, any YouTube clips, and any audio/video of your talent.

GOODE TIME CAROLERS And SKELETONES 2021 HOLIDAY SEASON – NOTICE EXPIRES JULY 31 - Goode Time Productions is casting The Goode Time Carolers and the Skeletones, a musical. Accepting submissions for the 2021 Christmas and Halloween seasons. Production states: "The cities where we'll be hearing singers...LA July 31...Nashville July 5...Dallas July 10 and Phoenix July 26. You must live in one of these cities to audition! The caroling season starts early November through Jan 6. The Skeletone's season runs from Mid-September thru October 31. The Goode Time Carolers perform at corporate high-end and the Disneyland Resorts including Disneyland Hong Kong and Disney Shanghai. The Skeletones have performed at the Playboy Mansion Halloween party, Maxim Magazine Halloween Ball, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and the Disneyland Resort!" Works early Nov. 2021 through Jan. 6, 2022 in TN, TX, AZ, and CA. Pays $75 total per gig for a half hour to three hour gig. Pay goes up $25 every two hours thereafter. Skeletones pay starts at $100 up to $300 per gig. Seeking—SATB Singers and Vocal Percussionists (Lead): All Genders, 18-35, production states: "Seeking SATB 'polished performers' with excellent pitch, a music theory and musical theater background. Also seeking Vocal percussionists for the Skeletones. You must have a great work ethic and prepared to put your best foot forward. We memorize our repertoire." Seeking talent from Los Angeles, CA; TN; TX; AZ. Auditions July 5 in Nashville TN; July 10 in Dallas TX; July 26 in Phoenix AZ; and July 31 in L.A. Apply via or visit. For audition consideration and info send a pic/resume/vocal demo and/or YouTube video. You will be notified if invited to audition. Put your city, voice part in the subject line or if you're VP, put your voice part as well.

SILVER DOLLAR CITY – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 1 - Silver Dollar City Attractions is casting singer-dancers for An Old Time Christmas Festival. Runs TBD in Branson, Missouri. Professional Pay. Seeking—Singer-Dancers: All Genders, 18+. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Video Submissions should include: Two songs in the style(s) that you do best. A verse and a chorus of each song is sufficient, and a dancing or acting reel if available. A formal application from along with a video submission is required for consideration.

UNIVERSAL STUDIOS JAPAN And UNIVERSAL BEIJING RESORT – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 5 - Universal Parks and Resorts are combining their audition tour to fill roles within both parks. The exciting, brand-new Universal Beijing Resort opened in 2021, while Universal Studios Japan will be celebrating their 21st anniversary! Both parks are seeking talented professionals with a vast range of performance skills to fill a variety of international positions including: male and female actors, dancers, and singers. Contracts commence early 2022 and are up to 13 months in length. Professional Pay. International contracts; salary paid in USD (vary depending on roles). Benefits include: Quarterly and completion bonuses, paid round trip airfares, fully furnished individual accommodation, daily per diem (living allowance), transport to and from work, gym access, and medical insurance. Seeking—Singers: All Genders, 18+, Roles include Frankenstein, Johnny, Ash, Bride of Frankenstein, and other various roles. Singers of various styles needed; Actors Who Sing Well; Dancers Who Sing Well: 18+, Roles include Dracula, Hip & Hop, and Wolfie. Seeking talent Worldwide. Apply via or visit.

‘SOUL Of MOTOWN’ – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 8 - DDM Productions is casting African American male/movers (not actors) for Soul of Motown, a concert-style, high-energy show featuring the artists and top hits of the Motown Era with solos, step-outs, and tight harmonies. Note: Singers must be able to sing harmonies and be a strong mover. Casting is for productions in Pigeon Forge TN and Las Vegas NV; must be able to relocate. Rehearsals in Pigeon Forge TN. Note: One cast for production in Pigeon Forge TN; one cast for production in Las Vegas NV. Note: Must be able to relocate to Pigeon Forge TN or to Las Vegas NV for the duration of contract. Pays up to $125/show. Paid rehearsals. Projected five to six shows per week in Pigeon Forge TN. Seeking—Leads/Stepouts/Ensemble: All Genders, 25-45, solos, stepouts, group harmonies; Male, 25-45, 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 In your cover letter, include date of availability; must submit demo/video reels, any audio reels, resume, headshot, and current full-body shot. Looking for singer/dancers/movers (not actors).

‘A MUSICAL CHRISTMAS CAROL’ – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 10 - The Round Barn Theatre is casting their production of A Musical Christmas Carol. Production states: "Told in a classic way and true to the original story by Charles Dickens, our brand new original production, A Musical Christmas Carol brings to life the timeless characters of the miserly, bitter and selfish Ebenezer Scrooge, his nephew Fred who seeks to be a light to Scrooge, the ever-optimistic and grateful Bob Cratchit, his joyful family and Tiny Tim with his faith and love for everyone, and many more." Rehearsals begin Oct. 12. Rehearsals run Tuesday-Sunday from 1pm-5pm & 6pm-10pm. Tech begins Oct. 29. Opening performance on Nov. 4. Performance schedule includes a 2pm Thursday, 2pm & 7:30pm on Friday, 2pm & 7:30pm on Saturday, and 2pm on Sunday in Nappanee IN. Pays between $200-$250 per week with housing included. Contract extends from first rehearsal on Oct. 12 to last performance on Dec. 31. 44 total performances. Seeking—Multiple Roles Available (Leads, Supporting, Ensemble): 18+. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). Apply via or visit. Include a resume and headshot along with a video submission. For video submission, submit 2 contrasting musical theatre pieces, each no longer than 1 minute. Please also include a full-body slate.

ROCK MUSICIANS For GUEST ENTERTAINER CRUISE LINE SHOW – NOTICE EXPIRES AUG. 20 - RWS Entertainment Group is seeking rock musicians for guest entertainer Cruise Line Show. Note: RWS Entertainment Group is building a Band. We're hiring high level Rock and Pop Musicians to perform original music productions consisting of four different high energy rock and pop shows onboard a cruise ship in the Caribbean! Each show/set will be performed up to two times per night. Currently seeking: Guitar, Keyboard, Bass, Drums. Instrumentalists who can sing will be prioritized. Must be high energy, experienced rock/pop musicians with fantastic stage presence and personality. Full Term of Contract: Aug. 26-Dec. 31 (all dates subject to change). Rehearses Aug. 26-Sep. 9 at RWS Studios | New York City; travel to ship on Sept. 10 (Miami); disembarks Dec. 13 for destination (Caribbean). Onboard Compensation: $1000/wk - $1200/wk commensurate with experience/role. You will be provided with single guest cabins onboard with full guest status and privileges (Pool, gym, restaurants, etc.). Travel and accommodations provided. Onboard Compensation: $1000/wk - $1200/wk commensurate with experience/role. You will be provided with single guest cabins onboard with full guest status and privileges (Pool, gym, restaurants, etc.). Travel and accommodations provided. Seeking—Guitarists Who Sing; Bass Players Who Sing; Drummers Who Sing; Keyboardists Who Sing: All Genders, 18+. Seeking talent Nationwide (United States). For consideration, complete the application. An RWS production member will reach out with next steps should you be selected for an audition/interview.