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[Los Angeles] Actor — People with Conflicts & Issues – Get Help from New TV Show on Major Cable Network, Tabitha’s Life Takeover!


We are searching for PEOPLE WITH CONFLICTS & ISSUES THAT NEED RESOLVING to get help from Tabitha’s Life Takeover – a new television series for a major cable network.

We’re looking for spouses, siblings, friends, business partners, and in-laws in the greater Los Angeles area who have conflict that need resolving!

* Do you have a strained parent/child/sibling or spouse relationship?
* Or are you unable to get married because the In-Laws don’t like you?
* Do you have a friend or business partner you don’t see eye to eye with?
* Or maybe you’re married to a shopaholic or someone who is addicted to spending money?
* Perhaps you aren’t speaking to a sibling because a will or family inheritance has torn you apart?

Whatever your situation – Tabatha has a track record of helping people improve their situations and relationships for the better. And once again, she is out to do just that!


Email ALL the information requested below to:

Be sure to include:
1. Your name (first and last)
2. Contact phone number
3. City/Zip where you live (must be greater Los Angeles area)
4. A brief paragraph about your situation that needs resolving
5. Recent photo of you (jpg format please)

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[Atlanta] Actor — Professional Auditions

Registration is Now Open!
When: September 12-14, 2015
Where: Crowne Plaza Atlanta-Airport, Atlanta, GA
For more information and to register please visit: http://www.setc.org/fall-professional
SETC is pleased to return to Atlanta, where we held one of the most successful Fall Professional Auditions ever in 2014. Companies from 26 states attended the 2014 Fall and 2015 Spring Professional Auditions. Based on information provided by the hiring theatres, the average salary offered per week in 2014 was $400, with a range from $250-$1,500 per week.

Who’s Hiring?
Professional stock, repertory, dinner theatres, cruise ships, entertainment production companies, and other organizations who provide monetary compensation/salary on a contracted basis to a majority of its staff, designers, directors, technicians, actors and musicians for the purpose of producing live theatre are invited to register for hiring performers. A minimum of two years production history and solid financial standing are required.

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[Chicago] Actor — House of Torment Haunted House is Auditioning Now

Be a part of the legendary House of Torment Haunted House this halloween season! Help bring the terrifying nightmares to life inside, entertain outside crowds or the many other positions available.

The Performance Department at the House of Torment Haunted House will be holding auditions every Saturday from 12pm – 3pm and Wednesday from 6pm – 8pm starting now! All applicants will be subject to a background check, and must be at least 16 years of age.

The House of Torment Haunted House is located at 8240 N. Austin Ave. Morton Grove, IL 60053.

No costumes are required.

Join our team today at:


How old do I have to be?
You must be at least 16 years old to audition.

What should I wear?
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes that you are able to move freely and be active in.

Should I come in costume?
No, you don’t need to wear a costume. We actually prefer that you don’t.

How do I prepare?
You don’t need to prepare a monologue or bring in head shots and a resume. You just show up and we’ll walk you through the rest.

What is the audition process like?
When you show up we’ll have you fill out an application, then walk you through what we do here and what we’re looking for. After that we’ll bring you to a scene and have you show us how you’d scare in the haunted house.

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[Nationwide] Actor — Casting Old Man with White Hair (Looks 90) for Web Series (Paid)


We are now casting an OLD MAN WITH WHITE HAIR (looks 90) for a new high school web series starring digital influencer @LifeAsEva (who has millions of views on YouTube).

Eva has 3.4 million YouTube subscribers, so you will get a massive amount of exposure!!!

We are RUSH CASTING an actor for the following role:

Male / looks 90s, gray hair and hunched over. Think of the grandpa in “Up”.

Pay is $100/day for 1 day of shooting in Huntington Beach. Smaller role, so we’ll only need you to be on set for a few hours.

Email ALL the information requested below to:

Be sure to include:
1. Your name (first and last)
2. Contact phone number
3. Two recent photo(s) of you – headshot & full body (jpg format please)
4. Be sure to put ANCIENT HISTORY PROFESSOR in the subject line of your email

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[Atlanta] Actor — A Few Good Men

Centerstage North will hold open auditions for A Few Good Men by Aaron Sorkin on Wednesday & Thursday, August 5 & 6 from 6:30pm to 9pm by appointment only. Callbacks will be held on Monday, August 10 from 6:30pm to 9pm. To request an audition appointment, please email afgm@centerstagenorth.com. Please include your headshot, acting resume and the role you are interested in auditioning for. Along with your audition time, you will receive a specific monologue and/or sides to prepare for your audition. Auditions will be held at The Art Place: 3330 Sandy Plains Road, Marietta GA.
All monologues and sides can be found on www.centerstagenorth.com “Auditions” tab.
Rehearsals begin August 17 and will be held on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday nights and Saturday mornings or afternoons. Performance dates are October 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 22, 23 and 24.
Directed by Kylene Compaan and Kevin Renshaw. There is no stipend or pay for this show. Please email afgm@centerstagenorth.com with any questions.
A Few Good Men tells the story of military lawyers who uncover a high-level conspiracy in the course of defending their clients, two United States Marines accused of murder. Lt. Daniel Kaffee is the military lawyer defending the two U.S. Marines charged with killing a fellow Marine at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba. Although Kaffee is known for seeking plea bargains, a fellow lawyer, Lt. Cdr. JoAnne Galloway, convinces him that the accused marines were most likely carrying out an order from a commanding officer. Kaffee takes a risk by calling Col. Nathan R. Jessep to the stand in an effort to uncover the conspiracy.
Character Breakdown:
LT. J.G. DANIEL A. KAFFEE – Lead Male – Spunky, self-absorbed, a bit chaotic, but very talented lawyer who finds himself being challenged and stretched in ways he’s never been. Rarely leaves the stage. Rapid-fire intelligence and caustic wit. Loves hearing himself talk and thinks he’s cool, but learns a valuable lesson about duty.
LT. CMDR. JOANNE GALLOWAY– Lead Female – Highly motivated go-getter who still thinks she needs to prove herself as a woman in the military. Knows the truth, but finds it tough when others can’t recognize it. Tries to fight in the purest sense of the word but knows when she’s outmatched – but goes down fighting. A real fiery character who sometimes bites off more than she can chew.LANCE LT. J.G.
LT. J.G. SAM WEINBERG – Supporting Male – Career focused lawyer who misses his family, but loves what he does – which is playing second fiddle to a much more talented and vocally astute side-kick (Kaffee). Provides a lot of comic relief and dialog gymnastics.
LANCE CPL. HAROLD W. DAWSON – Supporting Male – Essence of Marine honor with a touch of genuine humanity. Believes to the core in the Corps – its honor and its code – and is willing to state that in court even if it gets him life in prison. But really is a soft-hearted good guy who wants to balance service, honor and the human condition. A protector and a fighter.
PFC. LOUDEN DOWNEY – Supporting Male – Sweet, down-home boy-next-door who probably joined the Marines because it’s the best way to utilize what little brain God gave him. Servant side-kick to the nth degree…will fall on a grenade if ordered to. Naïve and genuine while also being a little “slow”.
LT. JACK ROSS – Supporting Male – Prosecuting attorney who solidly knows the law, the Marines, and his counterpart in court. Strong and honorable, likeable in a conflicting way. Good friends with Kaffee, but knows he has to beat him.
LT. COL. NATHAN JESSEP – Supporting Male – The essence of Marine: tough, focused, uncompromising, powerful in speech and physical presence, intimidating to everyone, but still able to schmooze when necessary. Believes he is the hero of the story and just might be right. A truly edgy, scary, but fascinating man.
LT. JONATHAN JAMES KENDRICK – Supporting Male – Over-the-top duty-focused Marine who exemplifies all that is wrong with myopic leadership. Uses the Bible as a thumping card when he needs to prove a point. Instigates many confrontations. Not likeable at all…and he doesn’t care.
CAPT. MATTHEW A. MARKINSON – Featured Male – Marine Executive Officer who tries to secretly push the truth to the forefront only to find everything he’s ever been taught being challenged. A good counterpart to Jessep – someone we want to believe in, but maybe someone who’s Marine-ness is questionable.
PFC. WILLIAM T. SANTIAGO – Featured Male – Honestly conflicted Marine whose inability to carry his load, despite its reality, is the cause of the conflict in the show. Appears only in monolog flashback but his character provides catalyst for the crux of the plot.
CAPT. ISAAC WHITAKER – Featured Male – Kaffee’s JAG boss who assigns him to the case. Appears only at the start of the show but whose presence and command of the situation needs to set the tone for the entire play. Easy going, but still knows the rules, likes to “play along” and jest, but ultimately pretty serious.
CPL. JEFFREY OWEN HOWARD – Featured Male – Goofy and fun Marine who provides a lot of comic relief, but also a lot of truth in what goes on behind the scenes of the Marine training.
CAPT. JULIUS ALEXANDER RANDOLPH – Featured Male – Strong but decent Judge of the Court Martial who oversees the trial with a firm fist and short, spark-like manner of speaking.
CMDR. WALTER STONE – Featured Male – The doctor on the Marine base who tries to maintain medical protocol and military prowess at the same time. Gets caught up in a lie and might have the capabilities of fighting it.
MARINES, SAILORS, M.P.’s, LAWYERS, et al. – The play requires a myriad of military people who serve as sentries, guards, officers in the jury, etc…some have lines…all of whom create a solid visual and character piece for the overall look and feel of the show. These roles may be double cast with other featured roles.

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[Atlanta] Actor — The Addams Family

The Red Phoenix Theatre Company is excited to announce auditions for our Fall musical, The Addams Family. This production is part of the A.L.I.V.E. educational program. We are looking for students ages 13 and up to join us for a spooky good time.

THE ADDAMS FAMILY features an original story, and it’s every father’s nightmare. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents.

Rehearsal/Performance Information:

* Rehearsal dates are September 3rd– October 28th.

* Typical rehearsal days are 5-8pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays (a few Saturday rehearsals will be scheduled and will typically run from about 9-2pm)

* Show dates are October 29th – 31st

* For a full production calendar, please visit www.redphoenix.org

Audition Information:

* Auditions will be held on August 25th and 26th from 5-8pm

* Callbacks will be held on August 28th from 5-8pm

* Please prepare a verse and chorus of a musical theatre song to sing, your cut should not be longer than 1 minute. Live accompaniment, ipod, and cd player will be made available.

To request an audition slot please visit www.redphoenix.org. There is a $375 performance fee to participate in this educational production.

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[Atlanta] Actor — Disney The Jungle Book KIDS- Ages 7-12

Orbit Arts Academy in Sandy Springs Announces auditions for the Fall Orbit PLAYhouse Production Session. Session Dates are August 15-Dec 12, 2015. Rehearsal times are each Saturday from 10am-1pm. Performance dates are Friday and Saturday,Dec 4 and 5.

Auditions will take place August 8, 2015 from 12pm-2pm.

Please contact the Orbit Office at 770-693-3641 or email chris@orbitartsacademy.com to schedule an audition time.

Seeking performers age 7-12 with talent and a strong interest in musical theatre performance.

Those auditioning should prepare a one minute song of their choice in a style appropriate for the show. Please choose material that shows both acting and singing capabilities. Performers may bring tracked MP3 or CD accompaniment.

Please wear comfortable clothing and appropriate footwear as you will be asked to move/dance. A combination will be taught on site.

This audition is for entrance into the Fall Orbit PLAYhouse Production session and all roles in the show will be cast from the existing ensemble on the first day of rehearsal on August 15.

Tuition: $85.00 per month for a total of five months beginning in August. First month tuition is due at the time of registration pending audition and selection for the Fall session.

Please visit www.OrbitArtsAcademy.com for directions and information, or call 770-693-3641 or email with any questions.

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[Atlanta] Actor — Grace & Glorie

Impact Theatre Atlanta (a resident company of Academy Theatre) is seeking female actress for the role of Grace, a 90-year-old country woman. Auditions by appointment. Wednesday, August 12, 2015, 3pm-8pm. Location: 599 N. Central Ave., Hapeville, GA 30354. Please prepare a brief monologue. Sides will be provided. Bring picture and resume. For an appointment email academyoutreach@yahoo.com.

Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend. Please note that the role of Glorie has already been cast.

Performance Dates
October 2-18 at the Hapeville Performing Arts Center
October 23-November 1 at the Stockbridge Community Arts Center

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[Atlanta] Actor — I am a Moon

Theater Emory announces professional auditions for I AM A MOON,
by Zhu Yi, directed by Janice Akers.

Zhu Yi is a playwright and screenwriter, currently in residence as a Youngblood Writer with the Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York. She received her MFA in Playwriting at Columbia University and is adjunct faculty at Nanjing University. Zhu Yi was a guest artist in Theater Emory’s Global Voices staged reading festival in the spring of 2015.

I AM A MOON is a story about love, all manner of love: Love that is beautiful as well as painful, obsessive and possessive, innocent and voyeuristic, misguided and meant to be. Love appears and then disappears as quickly as it arrived. The wounds of love – craters, bruises, hickeys – are a recurring motif. How we leave marks on one another is the journey of Zhu Yi’s play. Time suspends, the moon appears, strangers meet and memories come in a rush. I AM A MOON explores the East/West perceptions of intimacy, self-image and the body with humor, lyricism and mystery. The production elements are streamlined and spare with key sound elements and a central image of the moon. The year is 2011.

• Equity auditions by appointment on Saturday, Aug. 8 from 10:00AM – 1:00PM and 2:00PM – 6:00PM.
• Non-Equity auditions by appointment on Sunday, Aug. 9 from 10:00AM – 1:00PM and 2:00PM – 5:00PM.
• Callbacks, if needed, on Monday evening, Aug. 10.
• Rehearsals start on Sept. 8, 2015 and the play runs Oct. 1 – 10, 2015.

• Actors will read from sides to be provided at the audition and available at the theater and online in advance.
• Please bring a picture and a resume, stapled together.

• Auditions are in room 205 on the second floor of the Rich Building, at 1602 Fishburne Drive, Atlanta, GA, 30322 – Emory University.
• To schedule an appointment, starting on July 27, send email to emma.e.yarbrough@emory.edu. If no email access, call Emma Yarbrough at 404-712-9118. Email preferred.

• Theater Emory casts entirely from the Atlanta/North Georgia area. No housing is available to out-of-area performers.
• Actors are paid for rehearsal and performance.
• Theater Emory operates under a SPT contract with Actors Equity Association.
• Audition notices for this production are also posted in “Casting Call” on the AEA website www.actorsequity.org and locally on the ACPA website www.atlantaperforms.biz.

Character Breakdown/Description:

Astronaut: Male (30 – 50)
Asian. A billionaire who is with a private spaceflight company. He wants to see the moon with his own eyes because he has seen everything else and because he had very poor eyesight as a child. He strikes up a long-distance relationship with The Host back on earth. He is haunted by a childhood fairy tale: he hopes to see the lady who has lived on the moon for 4000 years. He crash-lands at the end of the play. He never finds the moon lady and he finds, not heaven, but a planet full of wounds.

Jimmy: Male (35 – 55)
Asian. Runs a fruit store with his wife Mei. His story begins by picking up the phone and being given the news of the death of the film actress, Ai Iijima. He slowly puts down the phone and cries for a very long time. He had myopia as a child and his first pair of glasses revealed a new and clear world. Comic tales of trying to kiss girls with glasses as the obstacle. Always wanted to be a pilot but couldn’t realize the dream because of his eyesight. Waits ten years for love. Falls immediately for Mei.

Mei: Female (35 – 55)
Asian. Runs the fruit store with her husband Jimmy. Has a bachelor’s degree. Her family thinks she is wasting her time with the store but she loves the simplicity of selling fresh produce. The juice of the fruit is the juice of life. She is haunted by an experience with a professor in college who touched her inappropriately. There was a big scene and the professor was caught by a crowd and humiliated. She loves sitting in the moonlight with Jimmy.

(Other roles will be played by student actors.)

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[Atlanta] Actor — Guys and Dolls

Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows
Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser
Based on The Idyll of Sarah Brown and characters by Damon Runyon
Directed by: Johnna Mitchell
Music Director: Lyn Taylor

Email Amy Cain Lucas for an audition appointment and more information: amycain.act3@gmail.com

Considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy, Guys And Dolls is an oddball romantic comedy. Gambler Nathan Detroit tries to find the cash to set up the biggest craps game in town while the authorities breathe down his neck; meanwhile, his girlfriend, nightclub performer Adelaide, laments that they’ve been engaged for 14 years. Nathan turns to fellow gambler Sky Masterson for the dough, but Sky ends up chasing the straight-laced missionary Sarah Brown. Guys And Dolls takes us from the heart of Times Square to the cafes of Havana, Cuba, and even into the sewers of New York City, but eventually everyone ends up right where they belong.

Auditions: August 30th and 31st
Call Backs: September 2nd
Rehearsals: September 7 and 9
September 21 – October 29 – Sun, Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs (No rehearsal Sept 27 and Oct 25)
Saturday October 24
Tech Week: October 31-November 5
Shows: November 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21 at 8pm and November 15 at 3pm

Character breakdowns are on our website: www.act3productions.org

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