Auditions in Cleveland OH



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• Tell Us Your Story — Project Type: Commercials

Emu Theatre Auditions 2014 – 1445531
08-29-14 – Detroit, MI>Cleveland, OH – Auditions are open to any currently enrolled EMU student, in good academic standing, regardless of major.

Dr. Faustus
October 10, 11, 16, 17, 18 at 7p.m. and October 12 & 19 at 2p.m., 2014
Recommended for ages 13+

Afternoon of the Elves
November 7 & 8 at 7p.m. and November 9 at 2p.m., 2014
School Matinees – November 11 & 12 at 10a.m.
Recommended for ages 8+
Tintypes
November 21 & 22 at 7p.m., November 23 at 2p.m., December 4, 5, 6 at 7p.m. and
December 7 at 2p.m., 2014
Recommended for ages 10+

The Birthday Party
By Harold Pinter
Directed by Jennifer Graham – Sponberg Theatre
February 6, 7, 12, 13, 14 at 7p.m. and February 8 & 15 at 2p.m., 2015
Recommended for ages 13+

Legally Blonde
April 10, 11, 16, 17, 18 at 7p.m. and April 12 & 19 at 2p.m., 2015
Recommended for ages 13+

The Boy Who Loved Monsters and the Girl Who Loved Peas
May 29 & 30 at 7p.m., May 31 at 2p.m., June 5 & 6 at 7p.m. and June 7 at 2p.m., 2015
Recommended for ages 4+ — Project Type: Live Event

Sept. Audition You Cant Take It With You – 1445523
08-29-14 – Detroit, MI>Cleveland, OH – You Can’t Take It With You

Author: George S. Kauffman and Moss Hart
Type: Comedy

Cold reading from script.

You Can’t Take It With You has been delighting audiences since 1936. Written by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, this Pulitzer Prize winning comedy celebrates non-conformity. Director: Dennis Platte THE STORY: At first the Sycamores seem mad, but it is not long before we realize that if they are mad, the rest of the world is madder. In contrast to these delightful people are the unhappy Kirbys. The plot shows how Tony, attractive young son of the Kirbys, falls in love with Alice Sycamore and brings his parents to dine at the Sycamore home on the wrong evening. The shock sustained by the Kirbys, who are invited to eat cheap food, shows Alice that marriage with Tony is out of the question. The Sycamores, however, though sympathetic to Alice, find it hard to realize her point of view. Meantime, Tony, who knows the Sycamores are right and his own people wrong, will not give her up, and in the end Mr. Kirby is converted to the happy madness of the Sycamores, particularly since he happens in during a visit by an ex-Grand Duchess, earning her living as a waitress. No mention has as yet been made of the strange activities of certain members of the household engaged in the manufacture of fireworks; nor of the printing press set up in the parlor; nor of Rheba the maid and her friend Donald; nor of Grandpa’s interview with the tax collector when he tells him he doesn’t believe in the income tax. Penelope Sycamore Penny is the mother of Essie and Alice, wife of Paul, and daughter of Martin. She writes plays and paints as hobbies because it makes her happy, but is terrible at both. Penny is a loving mother and wife who is constantly concerned with the welfare of her family. Her main goal is to make sure everyone is happy, particularly her daughter Alice. Essie Carmichael Wife of Ed, daughter of Penny and Paul Sycamore, Granddaughter of Martin, sister of Alice. She is childish. As a hobby she makes candy that Ed sells. Essie dreams of being a ballerina. She has spent 8 years studying with Boris Kolenkhov, but is a terrible dancer. Rheba The maid and cook to the Sycamore family. She is treated almost like a part of the family. She is dating Donald. (originally played by an African-Americans) Paul Sycamore Father of Essie and Alice, husband of Penny, Son-in-law of Martin. He is a tinkerer who manufactures fireworks in the basement with the help of his assistant Mr. De Pinna. His hobby is playing with erector sets. Mr. De Pinna The ice man who came inside to speak to Paul eight years before, and never left. He helps Mr. Sycamore build fireworks, and moonlights as a model in Mrs. Sycamore’s paintings. Ed Carmichael Husband of Essie, son-in-law of Paul and Penny. He is a xylophone player, and distributes Essie’s candies. Ed is an amateur printer who prints anything that sounds good to him. He prints up dinner menus for his family and little quotes that he places in the boxes of Essie’s candy. He also likes to make masks. Donald The boyfriend of Rheba, who seems to serve as volunteer handyman for the Sycamores. Martin Vanderhof Referred to mostly as Grandpa in the play. Father-in-law to Paul, father of Penny, grandfather of Alice and Essie. He is an eccentric happy old man who has never paid his income tax because he doesn’t believe in it, as he feels that the government wouldn’t know what to do with the money if he paid it. He lives his life by the philosophy ‘don’t do anything that you’re not going to enjoy doing’. He goes to circuses, commencements, throws darts, and collects stamps. Alice Sycamore Fiancée of Tony Kirby, daughter of Paul and Penny, Granddaughter of Martin, sister of Essie. She is the only “normal” family member. She has an office job, and is rather embarrassed by the eccentricities of her family when she has Tony and his parents at her house, yet she still loves them. She tends to be a pessimist. Wilbur C. Henderson An employee of the IRS. He comes to collect the tax money owed by Grandpa, and can’t understand why the latter won’t pay income tax. Tony Kirby Fiancé of Alice, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Kirby. He sees how, even though the Sycamores appear odd, they are really the perfect family because they love and care about each other. His own family is very proper and has many issues none of them will admit. He is vice president of Kirby and Co. Boris Kolenkhov A Russian who escaped to America shortly before the Russian Revolution. He is very concerned with world politics, and the deterioration of Russia. He is the ballet instructor of Essie, aware that she is untalented at dancing, but knows that she enjoys dancing so he keeps working with her. He likes the Greeks and the Romans, questions society, and is interested in world affairs. He is opinionated and often loudly declares that something “stinks”! Gay Wellington An actress whom Mrs. Sycamore meets on a bus and invites home to read one of her plays. She is an alcoholic, gets very drunk and passes out shortly after arriving at the Sycamore’s home. Anthony P. Kirby Husband of Mrs. Kirby, father of Tony. He is a very proper man who is president of Kirby and Co. and secretly despises his job. His hobby is raising expensive orchids. He is also a member of the Harvard Society, the Union Club, the National Geographic Society, and the Racquet Club. Miriam Kirby Wife of Mr. Kirby, mother of Tony. She is an extremely prim and proper woman and is horrified by the goings-on in the Sycamore household. Her hobby is spiritualism. G-Man 1, G-Man 2 (Jim), G-Man 3 (Mac) Three agents who come to investigate Ed because of the communist quotes he prints up and places in Essie’s candy boxes, such as “God is the State – the State is God”. The Grand Duchess Olga Katrina She was one of the Grand Duchesses of Russia before the Revolution. Since then she has been forced to flee to America where she has found work as a waitress in Childs Restaurant. The rest of her family has had a similar fate. — Project Type: Live Event

Ken Ludwigs Moon Over Buffalo – 1445498
08-29-14 – Cleveland, OH>Columbus, OH – Moon Over Buffalo
by Ken Ludwig
October 31, November 1, 2 7:30PM, November 9 2:00PM

Charlotte and George Hay, an acting couple no longer at the height of their careers, are on tour in Buffalo in 1953 with a repertory consisting of Cyrano de Bergerac and Noel Coward’s Private Lives. This backstage farce reveals how fate has given these thespians one more shot at starring roles in The Scarlet Pimpernel epic with director Frank Capra himself en route to Buffalo to catch their matinee performance. Will Charlotte appear or run off with their agent? Will George be sober enough to emote? Will Capra see Cyrano, Private Lives or a disturbing mixture of the two? Hilarious misunderstandings pile on madcap misadventures, in this valentine to theatre hams everywhere

Production Dates: Oct. 31, Nov. 1, 8 & 9, 2014
Cast Requirements: 4 Men and 4 Women – Early 20s to 60s.

— Project Type: Live Event

Bagpiper Theater – Peter Pan Auditions – 1445488
08-29-14 – Pittsburgh, PA>Cleveland, OH – Peter Pan Auditions

There are at least 30 roles if not more. We will have a 20+ person cast depending on casting choices and with some doubling. Casting is flexible many (but not all) roles could be played by either a female or a male actor. No experience or preparation is necessary but of course welcome. This version is a play not a musical so no singing experience is necessary. I currently have no reading materials available, but many versions of Peter Pan are available if you wish to familiarize yourself with the characters and stories of Peter’s adventures.

Our story of course starts with the Darling family and travels to Neverland where we meet the lost boys, pirates, mermaids, Tiger Lily and her tribe, and a vengeful crocodile. This show is going to be so much fun, and of course it will have a bit of my own twist to it. All you need at auditions is a sense of play and your imagination. Please pass this around to new students and incoming freshmen. We need a lot of talent. — Project Type: Live Event

Auditions For The Boys Next Door – 1445487
08-29-14 – Detroit, MI>Cleveland, OH – Auditions For The Boys Next Door

The Boys Next Door is a play, written by Tom Griffin. Set in the Boston area, it deals with four men with various mental disabilities who live in a group home. It takes place over roughly a two-month period and consists of brief vignettes about their lives. The play provides a humorous commentary on the men’s lives, taking a surprising turn as Barry’s father comes to visit, and Jack (their caretaker) accepts a new job.

— Project Type: Live Event

Columbus OH- Ohio state games – 1445465
08-28-14 – Cleveland, OH>Columbus, OH – Hi all!

We’re looking for some awesome guys and girls to do an event at our Ohio State games!!!

Position Requirements:
- All applicants MUST be:
- Outgoing, overly friendly personality, bubbly and excited!
- Comfortable engaging with the general public in group and/or one-on-one settings
- At least 18 years of age
- Be able to maintain high energy and enthusiasm throughout event
* Be able to learn key points that are given about the product quickly

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Additional Information:
Dates: All Ohio state games
Times:TBD
Venue: High Point Solutions Stadium
Pay Rate: 15/ hour and up
Attire Requirements:
Khaki pants or shorts, black sneakers, staff shirt provided onsite

Event Details:
We are are looking for a pool of energetic outgoing brand ambassadors who can represent our client at Ohio state games season. We have a booth inside the stadium concourse and a number of cool activities for the guests to interact with (tech-demonstration, photo-op, etc).
— Project Type: Live Event

Murders of 1940 Audition – 1445454
08-28-14 – Cleveland, OH>Detroit, MI – “Murders of 1940″
A Musical Comedy.
Directed by Kent J Martini
Assisted by Katie Jeffries

Synopsis:
In spite of the title, there’s hardly any singing in this madcap, witty, twist-filled play. The creative team for a new Broadway show has been invited to the estate of a potential financial backer to present their show… and to flush out a murderer. When a blizzard arrives, the guests find themselves trapped in a home with hidden passages, secret identities, strong personalities, a bumbling detective…and the murderer.

Note:
There is some basic singing by some of the characters, but this is NOT a musical & you don’t have to be a great singer to be cast (but you should be a good actor). — Project Type: Live Event

Annie Warbucks Audition Notice – 1445421
08-28-14 – Cleveland, OH>Pittsburgh, PA – Auditions for Annie Warbucks

The action picks up where ANNIE left off: Christmas morning, 1933. Amidst celebration, Child Welfare Commissioner, Harriet Doyle, arrives to inform Daddy Warbucks that he must marry within the next 60 days or he will lose the newly-adopted Annie from his family. All the characters that you loved from Annie are in a new family friendly holiday musical.

Please prepare 32 bars of a song that shows off your voice, a short monologue and wear comfortable clothes for movement.

— Project Type: Live Event

Old Jews Telling Jokes – 1445386
08-28-14 – Cleveland, OH>Detroit, MI – Seeking three male and two female actors for “Old Jews Telling Jokes,” a play.

Rehearsal begins Nov. 3; runs Nov. 26-Dec. 21 in Bloomfield, MI. — Project Type: Live Event

Performers Needed For A Flea In Her Ear – 1445297
08-28-14 – Cleveland, OH>Pittsburgh, PA – Playshop Theatre AUDITIONS for:
A Flea in Her Ear
By Georges Feydeau,
in a new adaptation by David Ives
Directed by Mark Cosdon

Callbacks: 7:30 – 10:30 p.m., Tuesday, September 2

Performance dates are: November 13 – 16

Auditions will consist of a cold reading from the script.

No previous experience necessary.

Copies of the script are available at the Circulation Desk, Pelletier Library. — Project Type: Live Event

Old Jews Telling Jokes Enter Laughing – 1445252
08-28-14 – Cleveland, OH>Detroit, MI – “Old Jews Telling Jokes” by Peter Gethers and Daniel Okrent
1st Rehearsal: November 3rd, 2014
Performances: November 26th, 2014-December 21st

“Enter Laughing” by Joseph Stein
1st Rehearsal: September 29th, 2014
Performances: October 22nd, 2014-November 16th, 2014

Seeking/Roles Available: Equity and Non-Equity Actors
“Enter Laughing”: 11 Males/4 Females
“Old Jews Telling Jokes”: 3 Males/2 Females

Audition Preparation:
“Enter Laughing”: Prepare 1 short comedic monologue. There will be readings from the play.

“Old Jews Telling Jokes”: Prepare a Jewish joke or a funny monologue from the script or other source, and sing 16 bars from a musical comedy. Materials from the script will be provided in advance by calling the theatre office. An accompanist will be provided.

Bring Photo and Resume — Project Type: Live Event

A Christmas Carol OH Audition – 1445250
08-28-14 – Cleveland, OH>Columbus, OH – Auditions for Dickens, A Christmas Carol

Each person auditioning will need to prepare a 1 minute dialog piece as well as a musical audition piece. NOTE: As this is a mini musical, there are many roles that do NOT require a singing voice. This will be an Adult/Youth mixed cast (roles for all ages) and ALL parts are open for casting.

Rehearsals will begin on Tuesday nights in early September increasing to Tuesdays and Thursdays in October and November. — Project Type: Live Event

Annie Warbucks At Geauga Lyric Theater – 1445218
08-28-14 – Cleveland, OH>Pittsburgh, PA – Annie Warbucks at Geauga Lyric Theater

Director: Karen Porter

The action picks up where ANNIE left off: Christmas morning, 1933. Amidst celebration, Child Welfare Commissioner, Harriet Doyle, arrives to inform Daddy Warbucks that he must marry within the next 60 days or he will lose the newly-adopted Annie from his family. All the characters that you loved from Annie are in a new family friendly holiday musical.

Show dates: December 5-21 Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays

Please prepare 32 bars of a song that shows off your voice, a short monologue and wear comfortable clothes for movement. — Project Type: Live Event

Auditions For Annie Warbucks – 1445191
08-28-14 – Cleveland, OH>Pittsburgh, PA – The action picks up where ANNIE left off: Christmas morning, 1933. Amidst celebration, Child Welfare Commissioner, Harriet Doyle, arrives to inform Daddy Warbucks that he must marry within the next 60 days or he will lose the newly-adopted Annie from his family. All the characters that you loved from Annie are in a new family friendly holiday musical.

Show dates: December 5-21 Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays

Please prepare 32 bars of a song that shows off your voice, a short monologue and wear comfortable clothes for movement. — Project Type: Live Event

CAL-U Miracle On 34th Street Auditions – 1445161
08-27-14 – Cleveland, OH>Pittsburgh, PA – Miracle on 34th Street Auditions

Male and female performers of all ages and abilities will be considered for acting, singing and dancing roles. Participants should dress appropriately, bring their own shoes, and report to the lobby entrance of the Blaney Theatre

Performers auditioning for actor/singer/dancer roles should prepare a selection from musical theatre between 16 and 32 bars in length and arrive ready to dance

Performers must bring sheet music; no a cappella singing or recorded accompaniment is permitted.
— Project Type: Live Event

Totality – Casting Call – 1445119
08-27-14 – Cleveland, OH>Detroit, MI – Totality – Working Title Now Casting

Project Description:
A young man, who dies accidentally, is given a deal by Death to end his life, or to relive his past life over and over, but something just isn’t adding up.

Talent will receive IMDB Credit and meals will be provided on set.
Rides will be available, but gas will be compensated for. — Project Type: Feature Film

OBPC Audition Dickens A Christmas Carol – 1445047
08-27-14 – Cleveland, OH>Columbus, OH – OBPC will be holding auditions for Dickens’, A Christmas Carol –a mini musical.

Each person auditioning will need to prepare a 1 minute or less dialog/monologue piece from the script below. If the person auditioning wishes to be considered for one of the musical roles (see list below) they will also need to prepare a brief musical audition – Joy To The World key of D (2 sharps) highest note is a “D” an octave ABOVE middle C.

This will be an Adult/Youth mixed cast (roles for all ages) and ALL parts are open for casting.

Note: This audition is to determine pitch and range – the actual songs are in various keys and harmony will be part of all songs sung (meaning you don’t all have to be a high soprano)

Parts that require a musical audition are:
Mother 1 and 2
Bob Cratchit
Mrs. Cratchit
Cratchit children – not Tiny Tim
Beggar group
Fezziwig party group
Carolers
Belle – young, and teen
Old Mr. Scrooge

Rehearsals will begin on Tuesday nights in early September increasing to Tuesdays and Thursdays in October and November. Performances will be (2 weekends) in mid- November (BEFORE Thanksgiving week) Michele Bayko – Director, Bob Calabretta – Director of music, Michele Betz – Choreographer. — Project Type: Live Event

Children Of Eden Audition – 1445042
08-27-14 – Cleveland, OH>Detroit, MI – “Children Of Eden”
Book by John Caird
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
Based on a concept by Charles Lisanby
Directed by Kim Mihalik
Music Director: Mike Caraffi

Synopsis:
Freely based on the book of Genesis in the Bible, CHILDREN OF EDEN is a frank, heartfelt and often humorous examination of the age-old conflict between parents and children.
With meanings on a number of levels, the story of “Father,” Adam, and Eve has more to do with earthly families, their immediate challenges, and their generational legacies.
This musical covers parenting, personal responsibility, rebellion, intellectual independence, as well as overcoming family dysfunctions.

Auditions on: TBD — Project Type: Live Event

Musical of Musicals Audition – 1445041
08-27-14 – Cleveland, OH>Detroit, MI – “The Musical of Musicals”
Written by Eric Rockwell & Joanne Bogart
Directed by Dave MacKeigan

Synopsis:
This hysterical musical comedy is played out in five acts; each one depicting a similar theme in a dissimilar fashion!
From parodies and references to Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals, to Stephen Sondheim, Jerry Herman, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Candor and Ebb.
They all have the same problem. “I can’t pay the rent!”
In the finale, the cast concludes the show by singing “Done”, a parody of the song “One” from the musical “A Chorus Line.”

Auditions on: TBD — Project Type: Live Event

Bye Bye Birdie Audition – 1445040
08-27-14 – Cleveland, OH>Detroit, MI – “Bye, Bye Birdie”
Composed by Charles Strouse
Lyrics by Lee Adams
Librettist is Michael Stewart

Synopsis:
Inspired by the phenomenon of popular singer Elvis Presley and his draft notice into the army in 1957, this musical opens with agent and songwriter Albert Peterson finding himself in trouble when hip-thrusting rock and roll superstar Conrad Birdie is drafted into the Army. Albert’s secretary and sweetheart, Rosie Alvarez comes up with a publicity stunt to have Conrad perform Albert’s new song “One Last Kiss” and give one lucky girl from his fan club a real “last kiss” on the Ed Sullivan show.
Swooning girls, jealous boyfriends, and outraged parents all join in on the fun and chaos! — Project Type: Live Event

300 Commercial Casting Call for Babies – 1444997
08-27-14 – Cleveland, OH>Pittsburgh, PA – $300 Commercial Casting Call for Babies

Working on a regional commercial that is going to need Caucasian babies ages 12-24 months old. Twins would be great but not necessary. Shoots Monday, September 8th OR Wednesday, September 10th in the Pittsburgh area. Must be available both to submit.

When slating for the video, please say your child’s name and age in months. In the body of the email, include their name and age as well as parent/guardian’s name, phone number and location Please put “BABY” in the subject line. — Project Type: Commercials

Theater Auditions Jesus Christ Superstar – 1444981
08-27-14 – Cleveland, OH>Columbus, OH – AUDITIONS – Jesus Christ Superstar

Please prepare a musical selection to sing from JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR for the character you are interested in auditioning for. Please keep in mind there are no spoken words in this “Rock Opera”, so we need to see character portrayal and emotion through your singing audition… make it a performance.
Or, you may prepare a different musical piece suitable for a rock opera audition.
Please bring your own sheet music.

Dress in comfortable clothing and appropriate footwear for dance/movement portion of the audition.

Rehearsals will run from early October through performance time on Sunday afternoons, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Saturday mornings will come into play later in the schedule. Please bring a list of any conflicts you may during this period.

— Project Type: Live Event

CLO Audition For Boeing Boeing – 1444964
08-27-14 – Cleveland, OH>Pittsburgh, PA – BOEING BOEING
by Marc Camoletti
Translated by Beverly Cross and Francis Evans
Directed by Van Kaplan

About the Show:
BOEING BOEING is a classic farce written by the French playwright Marc Camoletti. The English language adaptation, translated by Beverley Cross, was first staged in London at the Apollo Theatre in 1962 running for a total of seven years. In 1991, the play was listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the most performed French play throughout the world. The most recent revival on Broadway in 2008 won the TONY for best play revival.

It’s the 1960s, and swinging American bachelor Bernard couldn’t be happier: a flat in Paris and three gorgeous Air Hostesses (Stewardesses) all engaged to him without knowing about each other. Bernard manages to juggle his dance card with careful planning and the reluctance of his acid tongued French Housekeeper Berthe. But Bernard’s perfect life gets bumpy when his friend Robert from Wisconsin comes to stay, and a new and speedier Boeing jet is introduced to the airlines which throws off all of his careful planning. Soon all three stewardesses are in town simultaneously, timid Robert is forgetting which lies to tell to whom, and catastrophe looms. A riotous farce that recently enjoyed hit revivals in London and New York.

Seeking:
All actors mustpossess the ability to play both physical and verbal comedy.

Requirements:
• Head shot and resume stapled together.
• Auditioners should prepare a one-minute comic monologue.
• Completed CLO Audition Application

Audition Process:
All the information you need is available right here on our website. Just follow these simple instructions:

• Set up a time for your appointment using the audition request email. We will email your confirmation time back.

Please include the following information in your email:
1. Last Name, First Name:
2. Phone number where you can be reached:
3. Requested Time:

Callbacks Monday, September 8, 2014. Time TBD — Project Type: Live Event

Hamlet – Auditioning – 1444876
08-26-14 – Cleveland, OH>Pittsburgh, PA – Hamlet – Audition

The roles of Gertrude, Polonius and Claudius are open to actors over the age of 23. The age limit for other roles is: 13 ~ 23.

Prepare: One classical monologue, 1 to 2 minutes in length.

John Davis is the director and fight director for this production.

No previous fight experience is required.

Rehearsals will take place five days a week: Sundays from noon to 3:00 p.m. and Mondays through Thursdays from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Rehearsals begin on January 4th.

Bring your calendar with you to auditions.

Conflict dates cannot be accepted after the show is cast.

Conflicts reported after the show is cast may result in re-casting your role.

Synopsis
Hamlet, a Danish prince, discovers that his uncle Claudius murdered his father and took the throne; Hamlet’s mother has married the usurper. Shakespeare’s tragedy of betrayal and revenge is considered among the greatest plays in the English language.
— Project Type: Live Event

The Skeleton Crew – Casting Call – 1444809
08-26-14 – Cleveland, OH>Detroit, MI – “THE SKELETON CREW” – Casting Call

We provide IMDb credit (TV series), television exposure and hot lunches on filming dates. All opportunities are volunteer and do not include travel expenses.

Please submit your resume, headshot and a link to your online monologue for consideration. Please do not send monologues as attachments.

— Project Type: Episodic

Just What Youre Looking For – 1444803
08-26-14 – Cleveland, OH>Detroit, MI – Just What You’re Looking For

This is a dark comedy centered around the relationships that occur when one guy decided to do a good deed with alternative motives.

Paid. Paid and negotiable based on experience.

The budget isn’t massive so these are the only roles we can afford to fly in and lodge on top of whatever negotiated day rate is worked out. I’d like to cast these roles as soon as possible so please submit quickly. It is non-union and we are happy to consider non-union talent, financial core talent, or union talent willing to work non-union. — Project Type: Feature Film

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