03-27-12 – New York City, NY>Hartford, CT – “L.O.V.E.” is an up-beat, mellow, soul-ful ode to hip-hop. The music video will support the intimacy, authenticity, passion, and emotion of the song while introducing an additional layer of visual drama that complements the mood and creates a compelling piece of cinema in its own right.
This is the debut video for Ainkosi “Ghost 13” McCray and Desmond “Chize” Symonette off the short film soundtrack for “Hip-Hops Rhythm”. The focus will be on all the stylistic elements of hip-hop. Compelling cinematic imagery of Ghost 13 and Chize performing, b-boy’s/b-girls’ dancing and various a rhyme book finding its way back are key to complementing the film, as are the concept and locations being deeply rooted in the hip-hop culture.
Much like the short film and song, it will be suggestive of a narrative without telling a detailed story. It will take the elements of a block party performance video (gritty graffiti walls, outdoor dancing, small stage performance, lighting, a fluid camera) and adapt them into an realistic old school hip-hop feel.
03-23-12 – New York City, NY>Philadelphia, PA – Break dancers ( male and female) needed to appear in music video. This is a non-paying job. Dancers will receive credit in music video credits. Filming will most likely take a few hours on a weekend day. Please reply with a video of your dancing, if available. Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your experience, and include your contact info. Thank you.
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03-19-12 – Birmingham, AL>Nashville, TN – Hello ladies,
New establishment opening soon. We currently are looking for dancers! Send and email telling about your dancing experience, emails with detailed information and pictures will get first priority.
03-20-12 – New York City, NY>Philadelphia, PA – We are looking actors for a play.Please contact me for more information if interested.Please prepare a brief, standard, musical theater pop song. Bring sheet music in the correct key; an accompanist will be provided, but may not transpose. No dancing at this call.
Please bring a picture and resume, stapled together.
Rehearsal in NYC: October 9, 2012. First Preview Performance: December 1, 2012. Cambridge Press Opening: December 19, 2012. Cambridge Closing Performance: January 20, 2013. — Submit Yourself To This Role Now: Live Event
03-19-12 – Los Angeles, CA>San Diego, CA – “12 Dancing Senoritas from Brazil” based upon the story of the “12 Dancing Princesses”. Hearken back to the glorious days of Carmen Miranda, Xavier Cougat and Desi Arnez with this penetrating Latin beat.
03-17-12 – Milwaukee, WI>Chicago, IL – We are looking for singers for our troupe. This will be our fourth season and we need new girls. If you enjoy dancing and theater this is the gig for you. Auditions will be held over the next several weeks. Please contact for any questions you my have. Please provide phone number for faster response. Thank you and we hope to see just how you burlesque!!!
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03-15-12 – Seattle, WA>Portland, OR – We need four women of child-bearing age, preferably with a refined funny bone. This is a straight play. There will be no dancing or singing. — Submit Yourself To This Role Now: Live Event
03-12-12 – Atlanta, GA>Birmingham, AL – We are looking for 2-4 dancers. SHOW WILL HAVE MAJOR LABELS IN ATTENDANCE.RAP IS THE MUSIC AND WILL BE DANCING FOR 1 SONG MAYBE TWO!! — Submit Yourself To This Role Now: 1
03-08-12 – Chicago, IL>Milwaukee, WI – Synopsis: This extraordinary play is the story of five unmarried sisters eking out their lives in a small village in Ireland in l936. We meet them at the time of the festival of Lughnasa, which celebrates the pagan god of the harvest with drunken revelry and dancing. Their spare existence is interrupted by brief, colorful bursts of music from the radio, their only link to the romance and hope of the world at large. The action of the play is told through the memory of the illegitimate son of one of the sisters as he remembers the five women who raised him, his mother and four maiden aunts. He is only seven in 1936, the year his elderly uncle, a priest, returns after serving for twenty-five years as a missionary in a Ugandan leper colony. For the young boy, two other disturbances occur that summer. The sisters acquire their first radio, whose music transforms them from correct Catholic women to shrieking, stomping banshees in their own kitchen. And he meets his father for the first time, a charming Welsh drifter who strolls up the lane and sweeps his mother away in an elegant dance across the fields. From these small events spring the cracks that destroy the foundation of the family forever. Widely regarded as Brian Friel’s masterpiece, this haunting play is Friel’s tribute to the spirit and valor of the past. — Submit Yourself To This Role Now: Live Event