09-16-11 – Phoenix, AZ>Las Vegas, NV – Casting Call Announcement:
Radio Disney AM 1580 is searching for outgoing and talented individuals who can dance and move to be part of The Radio Disney Road Crew.
The Radio Disney Road Crew performs at local radio events throughout the Valley of the Sun ; they entertain the crowd, serve as emcees, play games with kids and are brand ambassadors for The Walt Disney Company.
Work on the weekends with some weekday availability required
3 Audition Dates & Times available:
Must be at least 18 years of age
Stage presence and comfortable speaking on the mic
Family friendly Disney image
Feel free to share this posting with individuals who feel would be interested in this opportunity.
To RSVP your audition space, please reply to this message with your resume and headshot.
If we are interested, we will reply with a Radio Disney Audition Packet that has all the logistics and expectations of the audition.
Promotions Mana — Submit Yourself To This Role Now: 1
06-18-11 – Atlanta, GA>Birmingham, AL – We will be hosting open non-equity auditions for our upcoming production.It is a story centered around two couples. The principal cast includes two (2) males and two (2) females. The descriptions for each part are below. We encourage you to arrive early for auditions to sign in. For auditions you will need to complete an audition packet, available when you sign in to audition. A headshot and resume is not required, but is appreciated. If you do not have a professional headshot, any recent photo is helpful. A one minute monologue is optional, and will be seen first before cold readings from the script with other auditioners. — Submit Yourself To This Role Now: Live Event
12-09-10 – Boston, MA>Portland, ME – Performance dates are April 15,16,17, 2011 (4 performances).
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This is how it works:
When you arrive at the audition you will be given an Audition Packet containing an audition form, sample rehearsal schedule, requirements if you are cast in the show and some information concerning the play itself. After you have read the entire packet you will form out the form and turn it in to the Audition Manager. You may be called right away or, depending on the number ofpeople, you may have to wait a little while. If you are auditioning for a principle role, you will most likely be called alone. If you are auditioning as part of a group, (chorus, children, etc.),you will be called in a small group. If this is the case you willbe taught a lyric from the show and after a few practice times, the Director will hear you sing individually. Next your group may go to the choreographer to learn a short dance combination. Once again, you will practice a few times and then be asked to do it individually. (This is generally a good deal of fun and should not worry anyone!) If necessary, the Director may ask you to read something from the script. (If you are auditioning for a principle role you may be asked to sing and read several times.) Please do not leave the audition without informing the Audition Manager.
— Project Type: Live Event