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Now Casting: Actors Wanted for Pre-Movie Commercials in Regal Cinemas + 2 More Gigs

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Get on the big screen this winter in a role every moviegoer will see you! Regal Cinemas is currently seeking adult talent of all ages for their pre-film commercials. There are also roles in a short film set in the 1930s, and in Kickstarter promotional material for a personal home security camera. Movie Bill - Regal Cinemas COMMERCIALCasting is currently underway for a commercial spot for Regal Cinemas that will play before movies in their theaters. Male and female talent, aged 19–71, is wanted to play several individual lead roles. There is an audition by appointment on Dec. 19 in Los Angeles. The spots will shoot Dec. 20 in L.A., and will pay $350 for the day. Apply here! “The Good Wives”“The Good Wives,” a short film set in the 1930s about a wealthy Chinese woman who is in a position to help out a Western industrialist’s empire, is now casting two supporting roles. »

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Greenlit: Big Projects with Stars like Jennifer Lawrence and Michael B. Jordan Eye Additional Casting

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Greenlit means a project is officially a go, so all you have to do is follow these leads to stay up to date. You never know where you’ll find an opportunity to land an audition! “Creed II”The follow up to the “Rocky” spinoff has found its director in Steven Caple Jr. Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone will return for the “Creed” sequel, along with Tessa Thompson. Dolph Lundgren will also join the returning cast as Ivan Drago. “Creed” director Ryan Coogler is expected to stick around in an executive producer role. Stallone and Cheo Hodari Coker wrote the script, which follows Creed grappling with fame, family issues, and the ongoing desire to become a champion. Production is expected to begin in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in March for a Nov. 21, 2018 release. No additional casting announcements have been made on the film, which is in pre-production, and Lindsay Graham and Mary Vernieu at Betty Mae, »

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Atlanta Now Casting: Dance Showcase Wants Young Dancers for Promo Material

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Express yourself in 2018 by promoting a new dance showcase for young male dancers. Dancers, aged 9–13, are wanted for a photo shoot that will be used to promote the showcase which is currently being developed and will feature 25 male dancers under 18 years old. Male talent with at least four years of dance experience are wanted for the campaign. There are also spots for male and female talent as background dancers, also with four years of experience. All dancers will need to dance during the shoot. Photoshoots will be held in January 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia, in February in Washington, D.C., and in March in Houston, Texas, at local dance studios. Male dancers in lead roles will be required to work the full three hours. All talent will be compensated $100 per hour. Ready to apply? Head over to the casting notice and do so directly at Backstage here! Check out Backstage’s Atlanta audition listings! »

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Dance Happenings This Week in NYC 12/18–24

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Along with holiday classics, you can also catch some tap dancing fun and open performances for new and exciting choreographic works this week. There’s also an opportunity for those looking to emerge as choreographers and present their works in the new year. PERFORMANCESCatch Dorrance Dance at the Joyce this week for an exciting evening of tap dance. The company will be performing “Myelination,” as well as the world premiere of “Until The Real Thing Comes Along (a letter to ourselves).” Don’t miss this show-stopping group! (Tickets start at $81) The New York City Ballet will perform George Balanchine’s “The Nutcracker” now through Dec. 31. Revel in the holiday spirit with friends and family as this holiday classic emits joy and beauty to all. (Tickets start at $75) See the legendary Rockette’s at the Radio City Christmas Spectacular! Ticket prices vary, so be sure to plan ahead. (Tickets start at $49) AUDITIONSAtlas Circus Company, »

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Earn $2,000 per Week to Sing Disney Songs on Tour With ‘D Cappella’

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If you missed your chance to star in “Pitch Perfect,” you won’t want to pass up this opportunity to sing with an a cappella group in a new concert concept from Disney called “D Cappella.” The mouse is working with Deke Sharon, the arranger for all three “Pitch Perfect” movies and creative director Jim Millan to create this Pentatonix-style touring performance experience. It will be built around seven vocal ranges (soprano, mezzo, alto, tenor, baritone, bass, and vocal percussion), and the concert will feature new arrangements of Disney favorites. The team is currently seeking singers and vocal percussionists for the group. For both roles, they’re looking for male and female talent, aged 18–30, from all over the country. The tour will start in early March 2018 and will officially launch later that month. There are about 40 performances planned for the initial run, and talent will be contracted to appear for the whole of that time. »

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Hear Bryan Cranston Talk ‘Network’ + More London Events

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We’ve braved the crowds and office Christmas party, surely a little precious “me time” is well overdue. As we hurtle toward the inevitable end of the year, why not take some time out to enjoy London in all its mad glory.  Sing it loud and proud.Iconic London theatre bar The Phoenix Artist Club is getting into the swing of the season on Dec. 22. Their West End’s Theatreland Sing-Along is just what any self-respecting theatre type needs to welcome in Christmas week. (Free)  Listen to Walter White talk theatre.This is what you call an advance booking but on March 14, Bryan Cranston will be at the National Theatre talking about his U.K. stage debut in Paddy Chayefsky’s ‘Network’. Tickets are already limited so get to it. (Tickets: £7) Get a behind-the-scenes look at the Donmar’s hit production of ‘Belleville’.You may not be able to get »

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U.K. Greenlit: These Theater, Film, and TV Projects Will Be Casting Soon

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Greenlit means a project is officially a go, so all you have to do is follow these leads to stay up to date. You never know where you’ll find an opportunity to land an audition! The National Youth TheatrePerformers under 25 years of age, take note—The National Youth Theatre announced their new season, with three productions playing at venues across London and auditions nationwide. Exploring the refugee crisis through the story of a Syrian trying to make a new life in the U.K., “The Host” by Nessah Muthy will run at London’s St. James’s Church in Piccadilly this upcoming February. First seen at The Yard Theatre, it will now be accompanied by an exhibition by war artist Arabella Dorman including real accounts from refugees in the U.K. “The Fall” by James Fritz and “DNA” by Dennis Kelly will run in rep at The Southwark Playhouse in April. »

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