Auditions in Norfolk VA



Below are the Most Recently Posted Gigs Consisting of Acting, Modeling, and Musical Auditions and Job Opportunities

Mr. Dickens Christmas Carol Auditions – 1438273
07-25-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC – Mr. Dickens’ Christmas Carol Auditions

The music, joy, and poignant warmth of the season grace our stage in this, the greatest Christmas ghost story of all time. Just four actors play all the roles in our original adaptation, as Charles Dickens crafts the gripping tale of Ebenezer Scrooge facing Christmases past, present and future in a mystical journey of transformation and redemption.

Requirements:
Please prepare a memorized one-minute monologue that you feel deeply connected to.
Bring one headshot and resume
All acting positions are paid.
No Equity contracts are available.
Absolutely no rehearsal conflicts will be accepted in the two weeks prior to opening week.

Please indicate the date you would like and show(s) you are interested in auditioning for. Actors will be given an audition slot. No phone calls. — Project Type: Live Event

Casting Exit The King – 1438267
07-25-14 – Raleigh, NC>Norfolk, VA – Synopsis:
Exit the King is an absurdist exploration of ego and mortality, set in the crumbling throne-room of the palace in an unnamed country. King Berenger the First has only the duration of the play to live. Once, it seemed he ruled over an immense empire and commanded great armies. But now his kingdom has shrunk to the confines of his garden wall. Refusing to accept his end, he is attended by his present and former Queens who must help him face the final inevitable truth of his demise. — Project Type: Live Event

Seussical Jr. In Chester – 1438142
07-25-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC – Jr. Shows only allow us to cast 18 & under, however any adult that wants to participate with this event, we can always use meet & greet characters in lobby and/or to help usher, move sets etc. If you already have your own costume please bring a picture and/or write on your audition form. Characters will be the sole discretion of the Director.

Synopsis:
A strange and fantastic red-and-white striped top hat appears on an empty stage, full of possibilities. A Boy enters and is drawn toward the magical hat. The Cat in the Hat suddenly materializes! “You’ve got quite a mind for your age,” quips the Cat as he/she begins singing about the power of imagination (”Oh The Thinks You Can Think”). Throughout the song, famous characters are introduced who will figure in the musical: Horton the Elephant, Gertrude McFuzz–the bird with the one feather tail, the Whos of Whoville–including the Mayor and his Wife, General Genghis Kahn Schmitz, Mayzie La Bird, the Sour Kangaroo and the Citizens of the Jungle of Nool. The Boy and the Cat use their imaginations to transport everyone to the Jungle of Nool as the adventures begin. — Project Type: Live Event

Announces Charlie Brown Auditions – 1438062
07-25-14 – Norfolk, VA>Raleigh, NC – You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown (Musical)

Materials to Prepare (Not-Mandatory):
Those auditioning may choose to prepare a song with either piano or CD accompaniment and a dramatic or comedic monologue. These are NOT required to audition and materials will be provided if nothing has been prepared. Cold-readings from the script will also be done. You may choose to attend one or both days of auditions.

This production is being directed by Gene McLendon. — Project Type: Live Event

Ghostwalk Auditions – 1437966
07-24-14 – Norfolk, VA>Raleigh, NC – They are seeking both veteran and new ghost actors to portray characters in this year’s Ghostwalk, Hauntings with Attitude. Ghostwalk brings to life historic characters from New Bern’s past right in the very locations they may have been seen.

Lynne Harakal, Executive Director, is looking for volunteers, both men and women, ages 18 and up to play the phantom roles, “We’d like actors who are interested in this fun and exciting event, and who can give the time for the event’s three days”. — Project Type: Live Event

Casting For Harpers Ferry Film- Paid – 1437927
07-24-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC – For the Armory Worker, Slave and Plantation Owner, actors should be familiar with or able to mimic a West Virginia accent.

BPI will cover all talent hotel and airfare expenses. If you are interested, please email your resume, headshot and you will get an audition scheduled. Auditions will be at our Richmond, VA office next Wednesday, July 30th from 10am-3pm. It is preferred that you audition in person but if you cannot make the audition, please feel free to send an unlisted Youtube clip of your audition along with your credentials to this email address.
— Project Type: Feature Film

Auditions – Sherlock Holmes – 1437812
07-24-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC – Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure Auditions

Synopsis:
A reinterpretation of Sherlock Holmes’ last great story, involving his arch nemesis, Professor Moriarty. The King of Bohemia is blackmailed, and the opera singer, Irene Adler, may be one of the suspects. Somehow, Moriarty and his henchman, one of whom is Adler’s husband another of whom is her maid, are behind this, and Holmes must walk right into his trap in order to solve his final mystery. — Project Type: Live Event

Norfolk VA- Staff needed – 1437709
07-23-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC – Hi all!

We’re looking for some awesome guys and girls to do sampling for a huge international brand name company!

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: Are TBD- will be multiple dates and hours!
Times:TBD
Venue: TBD
Pay Rate: 18/ hour and up
Attire Requirements:
No tank tops, generic clothing without ANY logos/copy/branding, jeans or shorts that are not too short, sneakers OK but in the style of Converse, Nikes – not Asics or athletic sneakers you would wear to the gym. We will provide Brand name clothing will be given to staff to wear.

Event Details:
Staff will be responsible for helping Ambassadors and Tour Manager run the on-site activation area (aka Sponsor Tent). Duties will vary but will most likely include – holding iPads to get people’s email addresses, helping blow up small inflatables, helping pass out gifts with purchase/promo items people get when they give their email, taking inflatables into the crowd and passing them out to attendees, helping to set up photo areas, talking to attendees at the tent and explaining the different things offered around the area, etc.
— Project Type: Live Event

Auditions – Youre a Good Man Charlie – 1437680
07-23-14 – Norfolk, VA>Raleigh, NC – You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Musical Auditions

Synopsis:
Charlie Brown stands alone as his friends give their various opinions of him, each overlapping the other. Today everyone is calling him a “good man”. Charlie Brown is happy and hopeful as usual, but he nevertheless wonders if he really is what they say. He decides to find out how he can really become a good person (”Opening/You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”).

Alone one day, during lunch, Charlie Brown talks about his bad days. Then he notices the Little Red-Haired Girl and decides to go sit with her. However, he cannot find the courage to do so.

Lucy expresses her deep infatuation with Schroeder and asks him what he thinks of the idea of marriage. Schroeder is aware of her feelings, but remains aloof as he plays his piano. Lucy then exclaims: “My Aunt Marion was right. Never try to discuss marriage with a musician” (”Schroeder”). Sally is sad because her jump rope tangled up.

Snoopy is lying on top of his doghouse, relaxing vacantly and peacefully. He begins to daydream about being a wild jungle beast. In a few minutes, however, he is back to his peaceful state (”Snoopy”). Linus enters, holding his blanket and sucking his thumb. Lucy and Sally show up and mock him for this habit. Linus decides to abandon his blanket and move on, only to come running back to it in desperation. After the girls leave, Linus daydreams of a blanket fantasy where everyone can relax with their blankets (”My Blanket and Me”). Lucy later tells him that she would someday like to be a queen. However, Linus tells her that she can’t and she threatens to punch him. Sally gets a C in her pathetic coat-hanger sculpture. — Project Type: Live Event

CATs Sherlock Holmes Final Adventure – 1437289
07-22-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC – CAT Theatre is holding auditions for “Sherlock Homes: The Final Adventure”.

“Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure” runs October 24 through November 8, 2014 and kicks off CAT’s 51st season. It was based on the original 1899 play by William Gillette and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and adapted by Steven Dietz. It was the winner of the 2007 Edgar Award for Best Mystery Play.
It seems as if the world’s greatest detective has reached the end of his remarkable career, but then he is confronted with a case far too tempting to ignore. When the King of Bohemia faces blackmail by famed opera singer, Irene Adler, Holmes and his faithful companion Dr. Watson find themselves falling into the trap of evil genius Professor Moriarty. As Holmes says, “The game is afoot Watson, and it is a dangerous one!”

Readings will be from the script and will be available on the CAT Theatre.

All actors must be capable of executing basic fight choreography and should come prepared to move at auditions.
No appointment is necessary. Actors will be also asked to read from the script and should be prepared to stay for the entire length of the audition time. All roles are paid. — Project Type: Live Event

Sherlock HolmesThe Final Adventure – VA – 1437107
07-21-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC – Auditions for Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure

No appointment is necessary. Actors will be also asked to read from the script and should be prepared to stay for the entire length of the audition time. All roles are paid.

All actors must be capable of executing basic fight choreography and should come prepared to move at auditions.

Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure runs October 24 through November 8, 2014 and kicks off CAT’s 51st season. It was based on the original 1899 play by William Gillette and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and adapted by Steven Dietz. It was the winner of the 2007 Edgar Award for Best Mystery Play. — Project Type: Live Event

Casting Extras For Ithaca – 1437080
07-21-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC – Casting the feature film “Ithaca,” starring Tom Hanks & Meg Ryan.

Based on Pulitzer Prize-winning author William Saroyan’s 1943 novel, The Human Comedy, ‘Ithaca’ is the quintessential wartime tale of the Home Front.

Shooting July 21-August 25, in central VA & Richmond, VA area. — Project Type: Commercials

Rodeo Groupies for The Longest Ride – 1437051
07-21-14 – Norfolk, VA>Raleigh, NC – Casting background for the feature film, “The Longest Ride,” starring Britt Robertson and Scott Eastwood.

The lives of a young couple intertwine with a much older man, as he reflects back on a lost love while he’s trapped in an automobile crash. — Project Type: Commercials

Auditions – Twas the Night – 1436857
07-19-14 – Norfolk, VA>Raleigh, NC – T’was the Night before Christmas Auditions

Synopsis:
Everyone remembers hearing or even reciting the famous Clement Moore poem “T was the Night Before Christmas”. This year at the Whole Backstage Theatre in Guntersville, you and your family can follow the Moore family as Clement struggles to finish up the famous writing just before the arrival of Santa himself. Mr. Moore said “not even a mouse” was stirring in the house, but this particular night a mouse named Izzy was playing with the Moore children when she escaped her cage and was tossed out of the house by Mrs. Moore.

See if Izzy can make it back in time to celebrate the family and if Mrs. Moore will allow her back in the house. “After all, a rodent in the house is just plain unsanitary.” — Project Type: Live Event

Dashing Through The Snow Casting – 1435640
07-14-14 – Norfolk, VA>Raleigh, NC – Mark your calendars! Auditions for the last production of the 2014 season! Dashing Through the Snow

THE STORY: It’s four days before Christmas in the tiny town of Tinsel, Texas, and a colorful parade of eccentric guests arrive at the Snowflake Inn and deck the halls with holiday hilarity. Trina, the harried yet upbeat innkeeper of this B&B, has more than she can handle coping with these nuttier-than-a-fruitcake lodgers. Hoyt and his sister, Donna Jo, make the mistake of trying to end a thirty-year feud between their curmudgeonly aunts, Ennis and Della, with sidesplitting results. Ainsley and Lenora, self-involved actors from a lower-than-low-budget touring production of A Christmas Carol, descend on the Inn to fulfill a promise, leaving comedic chaos in their wake. Add to this Yuletide mayhem an ill-advised romantic rendezvous between Mrs. Claus and one of Santa’s elves, a demanding guest who refuses to leave, not to mention a tipsy housekeeper, and it’s clear it will take more than a kiss under the mistletoe to keep Trina’s spirits merry and bright. But a spur-of-the-moment Christmas Eve wedding that brings together the fabulous Futrelle sisters—Honey Raye, Twink, Frankie and Rhonda Lynn—and their best friend, Raynerd, takes a surprising and delightful turn that leads to a laugh-’til-your-sides-ache climax, changing all their lives forever. You’ll swear this family-friendly Jones/Hope/Wooten Christmas comedy is more fun than a joyride in a one-horse open sleigh! — Project Type: Live Event

Peter Pan A Christmas Carol – Audition – 1435593
07-14-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC –
Equity and Non-Equity welcome to audition. All Roles Paid.

Show dates for Peter Pan are October 10-12, and for A Christmas Carol, December 5-7. There are generally three (sometimes four) weeks of rehearsal and one weekend of four shows at the very large Sandler Center in Virginia Beach.

PETER PAN: A MUSICAL ADVENTURE
Composer: George Stiles
Lyricist: Anthony Drewe
Book by: Willis Hall
Based on J.M. Barrie’s original play
Director/Choreographer: Pierre-Jacques Brault
Musical Director: Bart Kuebler
Sir James Barrie’s timeless tale of the boy who never grew up is reborn as a spectacular musical by Stiles & Drewe and the late Willis Hall. Close your eyes and imagine – and join us for a trip beyond the stars to Neverland, where swashbuckling pirates, beautiful mermaids and mischievous fairies have adventures every day, and children never grow up.

Seeking- All roles are open except Peter Pan .
Looking for a diverse group of 27 excellent singer-actors, who are energetic and imaginative “children” that won’t grow up to portray.

*Please note: all Pirates and Lost Boys must be comfortable with lifting. If you have back problems that prevent you from lifting above your head, please inform director at the audition.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL/A NEW MUSICAL
Composer: Chip Gallagher
Book & Lyricist: Jeff Meredith
Based on Charles Dickens’ original story
Director: Chip Gallagher
Choreographer: Jeff Warner
Musical Director: TBA
A festive tradition returns to Virginia Musical Theatre after a sixteen year hiatus as a big, bold musical retelling of Charles Dickens’ classic story of redemption and forgiveness.
Seeking- All roles are open except Ebenezer Scrooge and Mr. Fezziwig .
Looking for a diverse group of 30 excellent singer-actor-dancers of various ages and looks. — Project Type: Live Event

Casting Call For Feature Film – Hampton – 1435533
07-11-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC –
Ruach Films is seeking talented MALE TEEN actors for a family drama to be shot in Williamsburg, VA in early August 2014.

If you would like a scheduled audition, email your resume and two headshots — Project Type: Feature Film

Project Title A Promised Land – 1435262
07-10-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC –
Moses, an ex-veteran who is homeless, returns to the streets of Richmond preaching of a place in the country that has been set up for the homeless to live. Moses promises a place where they won’t have to fight for a meal and will be safe from the dangers of the street. Some see Moses’ utopia as a chance for a new beginning while others are less-trustful of his promise land.

Other Compensation: Film Credit, Meals, Snacks/beverages, And Casting Opportunities For Future Paid Projects
Submissions To Include: Headshot, Resume, Snapshot, And Video Submissions Welcomed

Actors will be asked to read from the script — Project Type: Feature Film

Auditions For Fly Away Flusters – 1434954
07-09-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC – Auditions for Fly Away Flusters, a one act play written by Drew S Miller.

We are currently seeking for talented actors and actresses to audition with us and be part of the show. Auditioneers must be enthusiastic, open-minded and dedicated. If you are interested please send us your resume and headshot. All roles open, ages and ethnicity. — Project Type: Live Event

Auditions Peter Pan A Christmas Carol – 1434788
07-09-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC – Virginia Musical Theatre announces open auditions for PETER PAN: A MUSICAL ADVENTURE and A CHRISTMAS CAROL: A NEW MUSICAL!

Needed are singers and dancers, ages 12 to 65. Those auditioning should bring a current headshot and resume and have ready two prepared musical selections in contrasting style. An accompanist will be provided or you may use a prerecorded accompaniment CD. Reading and dance callbacks will take place on Sunday, August 24th.

For Peter Pan: Please note all Pirates and Lost Boys must be comfortable with lifting. If you have back problems that prevent you from lifting above your head, please inform director at the audition.

For Christmas Carol:
Seeking- All roles are open except Ebenezer Scrooge and Mr. Fezziwig .

Peter Pan Synopsis:
The Darling household is a place of joy, consisting of the three children, Wendy, John, and Michael; the practical and sometimes stern father, Mr. Darling; the loving mother, Mrs. Darling; and the children’s nurse, a dog named Nana. But sneaking into the children’s bedroom at night to listen to Mrs. Darling’s bedtime stories is Peter Pan. One night, Nana and Mrs. Darling see him and try to stop him, but are only able to catch his shadow as he flies out the window. So they roll it up and put it in a drawer. Peter, of course, wants his shadow, and returns later after Mr. and Mrs. Darling have left for a dinner party. He brings with him his not-very-polite fairy, Tinker Bell. However, when he finds his shadow, he can’t make it stick to him and wakes Wendy as he begins to cry.

A Christmas Carol Synopsis:
A Christmas Carol is the classic tail about the old miser, Ebenezer Scrooge. Scrooge pays his clerk Bob Cratchit only fifteen shillings a week, is rude to his nephew and refuses to take part in the Christmas spirit. Soon, the Ghosts of his former business partner (Jacob Marley), Christmas Past, Present and Future all pay visits to Scrooge. They teach him to value Christmas and to be a better person overall. After the ghosts leave, Scrooge is a changed man. He even sends a turkey anonymously to Cratchit’s family. — Project Type: Live Event

Virginia Musical Theatre Open Auditions – 1434776
07-09-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC – Virginia Musical Theatre announces open auditions for PETER PAN: A MUSICAL ADVENTURE and A CHRISTMAS CAROL: A NEW MUSICAL!

Needed are singers and dancers, ages 12 to 65. Those auditioning should bring a current headshot and resume and have ready two prepared musical selections in contrasting style. An accompanist will be provided or you may use a prerecorded accompaniment CD. Reading and dance callbacks will take place on Sunday, August 24th.

Peter Pan Synopsis:
The Darling household is a place of joy, consisting of the three children, Wendy, John, and Michael; the practical and sometimes stern father, Mr. Darling; the loving mother, Mrs. Darling; and the children’s nurse, a dog named Nana. But sneaking into the children’s bedroom at night to listen to Mrs. Darling’s bedtime stories is Peter Pan. One night, Nana and Mrs. Darling see him and try to stop him, but are only able to catch his shadow as he flies out the window. So they roll it up and put it in a drawer. Peter, of course, wants his shadow, and returns later after Mr. and Mrs. Darling have left for a dinner party. He brings with him his not-very-polite fairy, Tinker Bell. However, when he finds his shadow, he can’t make it stick to him and wakes Wendy as he begins to cry.

Please Note:
All Pirates and Lost Boys must be comfortable with lifting. If you have back problems that prevent you from lifting above your head, please inform director at the audition.

A Christmas Carol Synopsis:
A Christmas Carol is the classic tail about the old miser, Ebenezer Scrooge. Scrooge pays his clerk Bob Cratchit only fifteen shillings a week, is rude to his nephew and refuses to take part in the Christmas spirit. Soon, the Ghosts of his former business partner (Jacob Marley), Christmas Past, Present and Future all pay visits to Scrooge. They teach him to value Christmas and to be a better person overall. After the ghosts leave, Scrooge is a changed man. He even sends a turkey anonymously to Cratchit’s family.

Seeking- All roles are open except Ebenezer Scrooge and Mr. Fezziwig . — Project Type: Live Event

Auditions – A Christmas Carol CST – 1434698
07-08-14 – Norfolk, VA>Raleigh, NC – A Christmas Carol (Seventh Annual)
(Non-Musical) Auditions

*Those auditioning will be provided scenes from the script to cold-read. You may choose to attend one or both days of auditions.

Synopsis:
Dickens divides the book into five chapters, which he labels “staves”, that is, song stanzas or verses, in keeping with the title of the book. He uses a similar device in his next two Christmas books, titling the four divisions of The Chimes “quarters” after the quarter-hour tolling of clock chimes and naming the parts of The Cricket on the Hearth “chirps”.

The tale begins on a “cold, bleak, biting” Christmas Eve exactly seven years after the death of Scrooge’s business partner Jacob Marley. Scrooge, an old miser, is established within the first stave as “a squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous, old sinner!” He hates Christmas, calling it “humbug”; he refuses his nephew Fred’s Christmas dinner invitation, and rudely turns away two gentlemen who seek a donation from him to provide a Christmas dinner for the poor. His only “Christmas gift” is allowing his overworked, underpaid clerk Bob Cratchit Christmas Day off with pay – which he does only to keep with social custom, Scrooge considering it “a poor excuse for picking a man’s pocket every 25th of December!”

At home that night, Scrooge is visited by Marley’s ghost, who is forever cursed to wander the earth dragging a network of heavy chains, forged during a lifetime of greed and selfishness. Dickens describes the apparition thus: “Marley’s face … had a dismal light about it, like a bad lobster in a dark cellar.” Marley has a bandage under his chin, tied at the top of his head; “…how much greater was his horror, when the phantom taking off the bandage round its head, as if it were too warm to wear indoors, its lower jaw dropped down upon its breast!” — Project Type: Live Event

Actors Needed For Classic Play – 1434666
07-08-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC – “Our Town” – Huguenot Community Players is holding auditions for Thornton Wilder’s classic American play.

Director Pat Walker seeks female and male actors of all ages.

No performers paid. If you would like to audition but are not available on the stated dates, call Pat Walker for an advance appointment. — Project Type: Live Event

Fall Season Auditions Williamsburg – 1434651
07-08-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC – BUSCH GARDENS ENTERTAINMENT with the support of BOB CLINE CASTING is happy to announce auditions for the 2014 FALL Season for Busch Gardens Williamsburg. The award-winning Busch Gardens takes great pride and care in the direction the Entertainment department is headed. The new shows, with more to come, have the spirit of mini Broadway musicals and the show stopping energy of shows you may see in Vegas. Some of the Creatives for our new shows include Lisa Shriver, Jeff Whiting, Baayork Lee, Matt West, Karma Camp, and Ken Billington to name a few.

Rehearsals for Halloween shows begin around 8/31, with shows opening on 9/12, closing on 10/26. We are seeking a few triple threats, but mostly strong Actor/Singers and strong Dancer/Actors. Actor’s of all ethnicities are strongly encouraged to attend. The Halloween shows perform 4-6 times a day over the weekends, making your salary + leaving you open to make money in other areas or possible other training. All roles paid. Available housing options will be discussed at auditions.

Please prepare a song selection that shows off your voice and range. Contemporary Broadway or pop is best for us. Singers should be prepared to come back for a movement call later in the day. Bring sheet music. No CD accompaniment please. Pianist provided. Dancers should bring both characters and flats, and tap shoes if you tap. For the dance call Dancers should still bring a song selection Please bring your audition book, in case you are asked to sing another type of song selection. Bring picture & resume. Non-Equity performers only. — Project Type: Live Event

Youre a Good Man Charlie Brown Musical – 1434465
07-07-14 – Norfolk, VA>Raleigh, NC – Auditions for You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown (Musical)

Materials to Prepare (Not-Mandatory): Those auditioning may choose to prepare a song with either piano or CD accompaniment and a dramatic or comedic monologue. These are NOT required to audition and materials will be provided if nothing has been prepared. Cold-readings from the script will also be done. You may choose to attend one or both days of auditions. — Project Type: Live Event

Audition A Christmas Carol Non-Musical – 1434456
07-07-14 – Norfolk, VA>Raleigh, NC – Auditions for A Christmas Carol (Non-Musical)

Roles available for all ages. Cast of 40-50 men and women. No audition preparation needed. Those auditioning will be provided scenes from the script to cold-read. You may choose to attend one or both days of auditions.

All Center Stage Theatre Auditions are always free and open to anyone. — Project Type: Live Event

Center Stage Theatres A Christmas Carol – 1434303
07-07-14 – Norfolk, VA>Raleigh, NC – A Christmas Carol (Non-Musical)
Performance Dates – December 12-14, 2014 at the Paramount Theatre

Roles available for all ages. Cast of 40-50 men and women.
No audition preparation needed. Those auditioning will be provided scenes from the script to cold-read. You may choose to attend one or both days of auditions.

This production is being directed by Vincent Bridgers.

All Center Stage Theatre Auditions are always free and open to anyone. CST is a volunteer community theatre group and our productions are meant to entertain and be enjoyed by the audience and the cast/crew. Come join us for the next show!

A Christmas Carol is the classic tail about the old miser, Ebenezer Scrooge. Scrooge pays his clerk Bob Cratchit only fifteen shillings a week, is rude to his nephew and refuses to take part in the Christmas spirit. Soon, the Ghosts of his former business partner (Jacob Marley), Christmas Past, Present and Future all pay visits to Scrooge. They teach him to value Christmas and to be a better person overall. After the ghosts leave, Scrooge is a changed man. He even sends a turkey anonymously to Cratchit’s family. — Project Type: Live Event

Casting Youre A Good Man Charlie Brown – 1434287
07-07-14 – Norfolk, VA>Raleigh, NC – Auditions – Youre a Good Man, Charlie Brown

Performance Dates – September 19-21, 2014 at the Paramount Theatre

Materials to Prepare (Not-Mandatory):
Those auditioning may choose to prepare a song with either piano or CD accompaniment and a dramatic or comedic monologue. These are NOT required to audition and materials will be provided if nothing has been prepared. Cold-readings from the script will also be done. You may choose to attend one or both days of auditions.

This production is being directed by Gene McLendon.

All Center Stage Theatre Auditions are always free and open to anyone. CST is a volunteer community theatre group and our productions are meant to entertain and be enjoyed by the audience and the cast/crew. — Project Type: Live Event

July Auditions Arsenic And Old Lace – 1434229
07-04-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC – Arsenic and Old Lace

About the play:

The play is a farcical black comedy revolving around the Brewster family, descended from the “Mayflower,” but now composed of insane homicidal maniacs. The hero, Mortimer Brewster, is a drama critic who must deal with his crazy, homicidal family and local police in Brooklyn, NY, as he debates whether to go through with his recent promise to marry the woman he loves. His family includes two spinster aunts who have taken to murdering lonely old men by poisoning them with a glass of home-made elderberry wine laced with arsenic, strychnine, and “just a pinch” of cyanide; a brother who believes he is Theodore Roosevelt and digs locks for the Panama Canal in the cellar of the Brewster home (which then serve as graves for the aunts’ victims); and a murderous brother who has received plastic surgery performed by an alcoholic accomplice, Dr. Einstein, to conceal his identity and now looks like horror-film actor Boris Karloff.

Needed: 3 women (ages 20′-80’s) and 11 men (ages 30’s-60’s)

Show dates are Sept. 19th, 20th, 26th, 27th at 8pm and Sept. 21st & 28th at 230pm. Rehearsals up to tech week are in Poquoson. Tech week and performances are at TNCC in Hampton. — Project Type: Live Event

Virginia Beach-Multiple Positions – 1433693
07-02-14 – Norfolk, VA>Washington, DC – Hi all!
Our company is looking for some amazing ladies and gentlemen to help with our events throughout the rest of this year!
Our short term events/day/ week long events range from $12-$60/hour, we have long term programs which are usually weekly pay based programs ($875/ week and up!)

GET PAID TO HAVE FUN!

Event dates/Locations:
These will change according to program.
Attire Requirements:
Branded t-shirts are usually provided by client on site, rest of attire is TBD ( probably jeans/khakis/black pants.)

These are some of the positions we are looking to fill/ will be upcoming programs this year, obviously as the year goes on, our clients will inform us of all new events etc:
NFL events/ pre season NFL events($15/hour and up)
NHL events( In season)($15/hour and up)
Summer concert staff (In season)($15/hour and up)
Liquor sampling events ( Waitresses/Waiters/shot girls/any experience with restaurants will help) ($15/hour and up)
Direct hire programs- $180/day ( 6-8hour shifts) ; $875/ week base pay( you will also earn commision, no cap)
Summer/Winter events (Guerilla marketing, handing out flyers, giving away samples, tshirts etc) ($12-$18/hour)
Indoor Sporting events ( $15/hour and up)
MLB Fan Fest staff ($13-$15/hour)
Brand Ambassadors and male and female models ( This pay rate will range the most as it depends on experience/being a market manager/Touring capabilities etc)
Costumer and Guide positions ( $12/hour- Guide,$18/hour- Costumer)
Car Tradeshow events for well known car company($15/hour and up)
Bilingual Staff for healthcare provider ( no Medical knowledge needed) ($13-$25/ hour and up)
Comic-con events ($25/hour and up)
Light labor ($18/hour and up) ( setting up and breaking down and event site – putting up tents, setting chairs and tables etc)
Also, a one day event for one person who knows a lot about appliances/electronics- they would have to a product expert- not anything on fixing them (basically letting consumers know how the product works).
The above project will pay $60/hour and will be from 10 am – 4pm ( different locations each time) — Project Type: Live Event

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