‘THE IMAGINARY LIFE OF MILLO ST. JEAN’
Snapdragon Theatre Works is casting The Imaginary Life of Millo St. Jean by UCSD Playwriting MFA candidate Jeff Augustin. Millo has not left his house in Haiti in eleven years, because of a dream he had about a dying tree, a pile of mutilated bodies, and a man with no face. He spends most of his days playing with his imaginary friend, The Man on the Moon. When mountains start crumbling, a group of Haitians start killing white people. Adam, a white friend of Millo's deceased Mom, Carmel, needs Millo’s help to leave the country via a secret boat his Mom used to travel the world. Reality is blurred in this surreal adventure about creating a new life in the midst of disaster. The piece is directed by Allison Bressi and stage managed by Julia Borowski.
Rehearsal will begin on June 27; performances will take place from July 27 to July 31.
Non-Equity / No pay.
Millo St. Jean Black male early/mid-20s. He has a great imagination and lives in the worlds he creates. He is book smart and well-spoken. He is aware of his fears and is crippled by them. He is childlike;
Adam Caucasian male mid/late 20s. An All-American type; witty, charming and a realist. He is determined to get what he wants and cares deeply about the welfare of others;
Michael Black male pre-teen/early teen (to play ten year old). Proud and articulate kid. He has a mature understanding of the world;
Man on the Moon Black male early/mid 20s. A jokester and deeply loyal. He is Millo’s opposite. Serves as Millo’s subconscious and older brother;
Carmel/Madame Claude Black woman mid/late 30s. Both women are eccentric and free spirited. Madame Claude has a boisterous laugh and is frank. Carmel is surreal;
Mackenzie Caucasian woman early/mid 20s. She has been tortured and her spirit is broken. She’s manipulating and ruthless, but appears unthreatening.
Auditions by appointment:
Please submit your headshot and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Auditions will be held by appointment Tuesday May 31st and Wednesday June 1st from 7:00pm to 10:00pm. Upon submission of your resume and headshot, we will schedule your audition and send your sides to prepare. Equity and non-Equity actors are encouraged to audition.
Theatre Row Studios
Bring the sides, which we will send you upon scheduling your audition.
Walt Disney World —OPEN Auditions for Dancers in NYC
Walt Disney World, Orlando, FL
Disney World Contract, salary incl. Equity Pension, Equity 401K and & Disney Health
Casting Director: Ray DeChiara. Auditions Manager: Kent Murrish
Contracts begin early October 2011 and run through January 1, 2012. Potential relocation and housing packages may be available to qualified performers that are hired into specific roles.
Callbacks in NYC will be held on January 18, 2011
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
Disney Parks Talent Casting is seeking male and female dancers of all ethnicities to perform at the Walt Disney World® Resort during the 2011 Holiday Season. Casting dancers for Celebrate the Season, the classic Christmas spectacular, performed live in front of Cinderella Castle, and for Totally Tomorrowland Christmas!, the newest high-energy, interactive musical revue, featuring songs of the season with a futuristic twist!
A TOTALLY TOMORROWLAND CHRISTMAS!:
This high energy, interactive musical revue features “songs of the season” in the distinctive styles of today’s hottest Radio Disney hits!
Dancers: High energy male and female dancers experienced in jazz, hip hop and musical theatre. Tumbling and step dancing a plus! Male dancers 5’7”-6’0”; Female dancers: 5’3”-5’6”
CELEBRATE THE SEASON:
Join in a Magic Kingdom celebration of the Holiday Season! This living Disney Christmas Card brings to life the Holiday Classics and Traditional Songs we all know and love.
Dancers: Male and female dancers with great technique and experienced in musical theatre style dance. Male dancers 5’8”-6’3”; Female Dancers: 5’3”-5’7”.
OPEN Auditions (Equity/non-Equity performers):
Thursday, June 23, 2011
500 Eighth Avenue, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10018
10 AM – male and female dancers
Sign in begins at 9am.
Late applicants will not be accepted.
Equity audition procedures are NOT in effect. No Equity monitor provided. Producer runs all aspects of the audition.
Be warmed and ready to dance. Wear form fitting attire to show your silhouette. Character heels are preferred for women during the jazz routein.
Bring picture and resume, stapled together.