Auditions in St Louis MO



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

Peter Pan Auditions – Illinois – 1462727
11-20-14 – Nashville, TN>St Louis, MO – Roles to be filled include the following: Peter Pan, the only boy who never grew up; Mr. and Mrs. George Darling and their children, Wendy, John and Michael; Liza the maid; Nana, a large Newfoundland dog; Tinker Bell; Captain James P. Hook; Smee; members of the Pirate Crew; Tiger Lily and the Lost children.

Those wishing to audition are asked to bring a song to sing and either a track, or sheet music. Acting auditions may include reading from prepared materials and improvisation.

Ages 8 through adults are invited to audition. — Project Type: Live Event

Auditions Humanity Stew – 1462570
11-20-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO – Humanity Stew is a collection of plays within a play. Seven one-act comedies illustrate and satirize some of the lesser aspects of human nature in the context of a humorous discussion between an elderly man and his granddaughter.

The Stew has bite and kick, but ultimately provides a pleasant aftertaste by revealing how to be happy in our simmering mess of humanity. — Project Type: Live Event

The Pirates Of Penzance Auditions – 1462454
11-19-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO – Directed by Laura G. Garfinkel with Music Direction by Denise Adams, this classic Gilbert & Sullivan musical concerns Frederic who, having completed his 21st year, is released from his apprenticeship to a band of tender-hearted pirates. He meets Mabel, the daughter of Major-General Stanley, and the two fall instantly in love. Ruth, Frederic’s nursery maid, wants to marry him, despite the age difference so difficulties are bound to ensue! The operetta has numerous sub-plots as well, involving pirates, constables, and a plot to kidnap Stanley’s daughters!

For auditions, please prepare a song that best displays your range and bring your sheet music (an accompanist will be provided). — Project Type: Live Event

Humanity Stew Auditions – 1462095
11-18-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO – You are invited to auditions for Humanity Stew!

Humanity Stew is a collection of plays within a play. Seven one-act comedies illustrate and satirize some of the lesser aspects of human nature in the context of a humorous discussion between an elderly man and his granddaughter.

The Stew has bite and kick, but ultimately provides a pleasant aftertaste by revealing how to be happy in our simmering mess of humanity.

Show dates are February 13 & 14, 2015, at 7:30 pm. The performances continue February 19 – 21 at 7:30 pm, with a final matinee performance at 2:30 pm on February 22. — Project Type: Live Event

Casting for Shenandoah – IL – 1462038
11-18-14 – Indianapolis, IN>St Louis, MO – This is a poignant story about Charlie Anderson, a widower, who lives with his large family in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia during the American Civil War. Anderson does not wish to be involved in the war because he doesn’t consider it “his” war and tries to keep his family neutral as the Civil War rages around him. The family is inevitably swept up in the conflict. Their story is a heart-warming and heart-rending portrayal of the upheaval that left wounds on the land and its people for generations to come.

Please prepare a Broadway musical song. Bring your own accompanist (piano will be available) or a CD. You may be asked to read from the script. (The role of Charlie Anderson has been cast, all other roles are available.)

Show dates are March 19 – 29, 2015. Rehearsals will be starting in January. — Project Type: Live Event

The Pirates Of Penzance – Peoria – 1462026
11-18-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO –
Pirates invade the rocky coast of Cornwall in this topsy-turvy tale of love and duty, while featuring the classic score by Gilbert and Sullivan.

March 13, 14, 19, 20 & 21 – 7:30 pm

For auditions, please prepare a song that best displays your range and bring your sheet music (an accompanist will be provided). — Project Type: Live Event

Auditions For Tale Of The Allergist Wife – 1461785
11-17-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO – AUDITIONS 
FOR
 THE 
COMMUNITY 
PLAYERS’
WINTER
 COMEDY:
THE 
TALE
 OF

THE 
ALLERGIST’S 
WIFE

THE
 TALE 
OF 
THE 
ALLERGIST’S 
WIFE 
is 
a 
hilarious 
comedy 
by 
Charles
Busch,
author 
of 
play
 and 
movie 
PSYCHO 
BEACH 
PARTY.

 ALLERGIST’S
 WIFE
 is
his 
first
 play 
written 
for
m a in stream 
Broadway,
 where 
it 
ran 
for 
two
years,
beginning 
in
 2000.

The 
show originally
 starred 
Linda 
Lavin
followed
 by 
Valerie 
Harper. 

The
 New
 York 
Times 
wrote:
“An 
uproarious,
window ­rattling 
comedy
 of 
mid life
 malaise… Busch 
demonstrates 
a
sure
gift 
for 
hearty 
comedy… The 
Allergist’s
 Wife earns 
its 
wall ­to ­wall
laughs.”

SYNOPSIS
Set 
in 
New 
York 
City,
the 
play 
tells 
the 
story 
of 
a
 frustrated 
doctor’s
wife 
named
 Marjorie 
Taub,
who
 has 
struggled 
to 
improve 
her 
life 
through
cultural
 pursuits,
yet
 feels 
resigned 
to 
being 
a 
second‐rate
intellectual.

When 
her 
therapist 
suddenly 
dies, 
Marjorie 
flips
 out 
in 
a 
Disney 
Store,
smashing 
several
 overpriced
 ceramic 
figurines.

Confined to her high-rise condo with shades drawn, Marjorie is of no use to her husband,Ira, now semi-retired but busy running a clinic for homeless people with allergies, or her mother, Frieda, who is obsessed with her own bathroom habits. Marjorie’s only friend during her mid-life crisis seems to be the doorman, Mohammed, a sweet young man who does odd jobs and borrows her books on philosophy.

An old school friend named Lee Green comes back into Marjorie’s life, an enthusiastic life force who is a cross between Auntie Mame and Forrest Gump. Lee is everything Marjorie is not; artistic, uninhibited, well-traveled and a chum (and inspiration) to the great artists of our time – she handed Andy Warhol a Campbell’s soup can, and the rest is history! After hearing about the amazing Lee, yet never meeting her – Ira and Frieda start to think that Lee is a figment of Marjorie’s frayed imagination – until she actually appears. The mysterious Lee soon transforms their lives, drawing Marjorie out of her depression, improving her love life with Ira and her relationship with her mother. When some scary truths about Lee finally come to light, Marjorie proves to her family (and herself) she is ready to manage her life again.

The play is very much in the Neil Simon style, with great one-liners and comebacks, with some strong language. There is one sexual episode that occurs offstage, causing the participants great embarrassment after the fact. Marjorie’s fights with her mother and her last stand with Lee are fairly intense (and funny) – this is definitely a comedy with an edge! — Project Type: Live Event

CST – The Lieutenant Of Inishmore – 1461291
11-13-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO –
This show allows opportunity for a lot of younger actors to showcase their talents. Many of the supporting characters can be cast younger or older depending upon the auditions.

Synopsis:
This show is an exceptionally well-written, funny and dark comedy. It’s the early 1990’s, the Northern Ireland peace process is taking its faltering first steps, and INLA man Mad Padraic is hard at work in Dublin when the news comes through that his beloved cat, Wee Thomas, is poorly. So he heads back home to the island of Inishmore. But when he arrives at the family home, he discovers that Wee Thomas isn’t sick, but has had his brains squeezed out like toothpaste. Padraic, a man considered too mad for the IRA and sorely trying the patience of his INLA comrades, is intent on revenge – no matter who or what gets in his way. The plot is set in 1993 on the island of Inishmore, County Galway, Ireland. — Project Type: Live Event

Tp Two Gentlemen Of Verona – 1461260
11-13-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO – Registration – 9:30 a.m.

The rehearsal process will take the time to teach the company how to handle the easy use of Shakespearean language, physical comedy and swordplay. “The Two Gentleman of Verona is one of the early plays by Shakespeare and is one of his more accessible comedies.”

Preparation:
It is recommended that actors read the play, which is free online, before coming to auditions. Readings from scenes in the play will be done as well as some movement activities, so those auditioning are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes.

The Two Gentlemen of Verona deals with love and rivalry and includes some of the Bard’s most memorable foolish-servants and sassy young women. The style of the play is gloriously over-the-top with bigger than life characters. Our production will be done in the style of commedia dell’arte. It is from commedia that we acquired the term “slapstick.” In all the production will be bold with, swashbuckling swordplay and hilarious bumps and pratfalls.

— Project Type: Live Event

Casting for Shenandoah – 1461244
11-13-14 – Indianapolis, IN>St Louis, MO – The musical will be directed by Kevin Frakes and Jean Heil, who will need a cast of 30 for the following:

Six sons, ages ranging from teens to early 30s
Union and Confederate soldiers
Two strong female leads, ages teens to 20s
Large ensemble as “townspeople”
Also needed are 2 young boys, ages approximately 12, one is African American.

Please prepare a Broadway musical song. Bring your own accompanist (piano will be available) or a CD. You may be asked to read from the script. (The role of Charlie Anderson has been cast, all other roles are available.)

Show dates are March 19-29, 2015. Rehearsals will be starting in January.

This is a poignant story about Charlie Anderson, a widower, who lives with his large family in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia during the American Civil War. Anderson does not wish to be involved in the war because he doesn’t consider it “his” war and tries to keep his family neutral as the Civil War rages around him. The family is inevitably swept up in the conflict. Their story is a heart-warming and heart-rending portrayal of the upheaval that left wounds on the land and its people for generations to come. — Project Type: Live Event

Auditions The Lieutenant of Inishmore – 1461044
11-12-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO – The Lieutenant of Inishmore Auditions

Synopsis:
It’s the early 1990s, the Northern ­Ireland peace process is taking its faltering first steps, and INLA man Mad Padraic is hard at work pulling out the toenails of ­Belfast drug pusher James, when the news comes through that his beloved cat, Wee Thomas, is poorly. So instead of slicing off James’s right nipple, as planned, he heads back home to the island of Inishmore. But when he ­arrives at the family home, he discovers that Wee Thomas isn’t sick, but has had his brains squeezed out like toothpaste. Padraic, a man considered too mad for the IRA and sorely trying the ­patience of his INLA comrades, is intent on ­revenge, even if that means wiping out his own father. Just as he’s about to put a bullet through Dad’s head, there’s an ­unexpected knock at the door. The plot is set in 1993 on the island of Inishmore, County Galway, Ireland. — Project Type: Live Event

Vocalist Seeking KeyboardGuitarist – 1460451
11-10-14 – Kansas City, MO>St Louis, MO – Vocalist Seeking Keyboard/Guitarist

We are a band based out of the greater Saint Louis area. We currently have a vocalist who can also write lyrics as well as a drummer. We are looking for a guitarist/keyboardist to round the whole process out.

Some of our influences include Manchester Orchestra, Twenty One Pilots, Say Anything, and Foxing. We’re looking to get some writing done and expand into doing gigs around the city and surrounding areas. We’re very passionate individuals and we’re looking for people that can match that passion. — Project Type: 1

Two Gentlemen Of Verona Auditions 2014 – 1460382
11-10-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO – Registration – 9:30 a.m.

The rehearsal process will take the time to teach the company how to handle the easy use of Shakespearean language, physical comedy and swordplay. “The Two Gentleman of Verona is one of the early plays by Shakespeare and is one of his more accessible comedies.”

Preparation:
It is recommended that actors read the play, which is free online, before coming to auditions. Readings from scenes in the play will be done as well as some movement activities, so those auditioning are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes.

The Two Gentlemen of Verona deals with love and rivalry and includes some of the Bard’s most memorable foolish-servants and sassy young women. The style of the play is gloriously over-the-top with bigger than life characters. Our production will be done in the style of commedia dell’arte. It is from commedia that we acquired the term “slapstick.” In all the production will be bold with, swashbuckling swordplay and hilarious bumps and pratfalls.

— Project Type: Live Event

Band Members For A Pink Floyd Tribute – 1460346
11-10-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO – Band Members for a Pink Floyd Tribute

I plan on playing electric guitar and switching between leads and rhythm parts. I am looking for another guitarist, a bassist, a drummer, and a keyboard player. I used to record my own floyd covers which if you are interested I can send you the files. I used to have a myspace page with these songs on them and I got so many offers to play all over the country but I didn’t have a band at the time. I plan on using this band to play my favorite band’s music and to make money.

— Project Type: 1

Other Desert Cities – Audition – 1459781
11-06-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO – Other Desert Cities Auditions

The play’s name refers to a control city guide sign on eastbound Interstate 10 in California, which indicates that the freeway is headed towards Indio, California and “other Desert Cities” (that is, the rest of the Coachella Valley).

The play’s events occur around the Christmas 2004 holiday, when the family of Polly and Lyman Wyeth gather in Palm Springs, California. Their daughter Brooke Wyeth returns home after six years. Polly’s sister Silda is also visiting, out of a time spent in rehab. Polly and Lyman are Republicans, while Silda is a liberal. The sisters co-wrote a series of MGM comedies in the 1960s.

Brooke announces to her family that she is about to publish a memoir dredging up a pivotal and tragic event in the family’s history—a wound they don’t want reopened. That event is the suicide of her late brother Henry, who had been involved with the radical underground subculture.

Scripts will be available at the CST Business Office – please call ahead to make sure a script is available. — Project Type: Live Event

Auditions For The Fantasticks – 2014 – 1459757
11-06-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO – Come prepared with a piece of broadway or pop music with accompaniment, if possible.

Two fathers decide that they want their children to fall in love. The girl, Luisa, is a daydreamer with an active imagination. The boy, Matt, is a romantic. The two fathers decide to instigate a mock feud amongst themselves in order to help the boy and girl fall in love. They figure that this feud will give them the excuse to say no to the relationship, which of course will simply encourage the children’s love even more. The fathers go as far as to hire El Gallo to stage a mock abduction of Luisa, in which Matt can become a hero and save her. After this act, Luisa and Matt fall deeply in love. Soon though, the children realize their parents staged the feud and their love fades away. Later, after both children experience a little life experience on their own and are hurt by it, they reunite once again with much less drama.

— Project Type: Live Event

Almost Maine – Casting Call – 1459483
11-05-14 – Kansas City, MO>St Louis, MO – Almost, Maine is an ensemble play about 9 different couples in various stages of falling in or out of love. In the original production, the nine couples were played by two female and two male actors. The number of actors in our production will not be determined until after auditions. We anticipate that we will cast between 6 and 12 actors and that each actor could play multiple roles.

The scenes and sides selected for cold reading at auditions are representitve of the characters in Almost, Maine. You need not prepare anything ahead of time for the audition.

There may be callbacks held on 11/11/2014 at 6:30pm. You will be contacted on the evening of 11/10/2014 if you will be called. — Project Type: Live Event

SingerSongwriter for Pop-Punk Band – 1459448
11-05-14 – Kansas City, MO>St Louis, MO – Singer/Songwriter Wanted

Do you sing? Do you song write? Are you into bands like New Found Glory, Hit The Lights, and Four Year Strong?

We’re a full band (minus the obvious) all with prior stage experience, who are looking for someone to provide a voice that is influenced by the bands that similarly influenced us. Having songwriting skills is a must as well. If you play guitar, that’s cool too! If not- don’t worry, we have that covered.

If you’re interested, we’d love you to email us a little more about yourself, your influences, and a sample of your voice. We can also show you some material that we have been working on. — Project Type: 1

The Dixie Swim Club Auditions At Alton – 1459252
11-04-14 – Indianapolis, IN>St Louis, MO – The popular comedy written by the writing team of Jones, Hope & Wooten calls for five females (who appear to age from 40 to 70.) Actresses need to have energy, a spirit of adventure and like comedy! The Production will be directed by Lee Cox and Debbie Maneke will be assisting. Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script – and no, actresses do NOT need to appear in swimsuits (but wardrobes with outlandish beach attire is a plus). — Project Type: Live Event

Auditions Damn Yankees – PPT – 1459220
11-04-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO – Damn Yankees Auditions

Synopsis:
Middle-aged real estate agent Joe Boyd is a long-suffering fan of the pathetic Washington Senators baseball team. His wife Meg laments this (”Six Months Out Of Every Year”). After Meg has gone to bed, Joe sits up late, grumbling that if the Senators just had a “long ball hitter” they could beat the “damn Yankees.” “I’d sell my soul for a long ball hitter,” he laments. Suddenly, “Mr. Applegate” appears. He looks like a slick salesman, but he is really the Devil, and he offers Joe exactly that deal: if he gives up his soul, Joe will become “Joe Hardy,” the young slugger the Senators need. Joe accepts, even though he must leave his wife Meg (”Goodbye Old Girl”). However, Joe’s business sense makes him insist on an escape clause. The Senators’ last game is on Sept. 25, and if he plays in that final game, he is “in for the duration.” If not, he has until 9 o’clock the night before the final game to walk away from the deal and return to his normal life.

At the ball park, the hapless Senators vow to play their best despite their failings (”Heart”). Then Joe Hardy is suddenly discovered and joins the team. Gloria, a reporter, praises him (”Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, Mo”). His hitting prowess enables the Senators to move up the standings.

Though Joe is increasingly successful, he truly misses his wife and begins boarding with her. Meg and the young man begin to bond, especially over her “lost” husband (”A Man Doesn’t Know”). Fearful of losing his deal, Mr. Applegate calls Lola, “the best homewrecker on [his] staff,” to seduce Joe and ensure his damnation. Lola promises to deliver (”A Little Brains, A Little Talent”), and Applegate introduces her as a sultry South American dancer named “Señorita Lolita Banana.” Lola sings a seductive song (”Whatever Lola Wants Lola Gets”), but Joe’s devotion to his wife proves too strong, even for her. Applegate punishes her by sending her to hell, where she performs with other damned souls (”Who’s Got the Pain”).
— Project Type: Live Event

Shenandoah Auditons At Alton – 1459175
11-04-14 – Indianapolis, IN>St Louis, MO – This is a poignant story about Charlie Anderson, a widower, who lives with his large family in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia during the American Civil War. Anderson does not wish to be involved in the war because he doesn’t consider it “his” war and tries to keep his family neutral as the Civil War rages around him. The family is inevitably swept up in the conflict. Their story is a heart-warming and heart-rending portrayal of the upheaval that left wounds on the land and its people for generations to come.

Please prepare a Broadway musical song. Bring your own accompanist (piano will be available) or a CD. You may be asked to read from the script. (The role of Charlie Anderson has been cast, all other roles are available.)

Show dates are March 19 – 29, 2015. Rehearsals will be starting in January. — Project Type: Live Event

Drinking Habits Audition – 1459078
11-04-14 – Indianapolis, IN>St Louis, MO –
Auditions for the play, DRINKING HABITS. There are parts for 5 women and 3 men. Auditions consist of readings from the script. Anyone who prepares a monologue ahead of time will be allowed to perform it. Those auditioning should be aware of any conflicts they have from Nov. 19, 2014 – Feb. 1, 2015.

DRINKING HABITS is a “divinely” inspired comedy full of wild accusations, mistaken identities, and sweet romances. Two nuns at the Sisters of the Perpetual Sewing have been secretly making wine to keep the convent’s doors open, but reporters Paul and Sally (also former fiancées) are hot on their trail. They go undercover as a nun and a priest, but the their presence, combined with the addition of a new nun, spurs paranoia throughout the convent that spies sent from Rome have arrived to shut them down. Secrets and wine are inevitably spilled as everyone tries to preserve the convent and reconnect with lost loves. — Project Type: Live Event

Theatre Seeking Aspiring Actors – 1458946
11-03-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO – Auditions for “Fiddler on the Roof”

Seeking female and male actors.
People auditioning will be asked to read from the script.

Performances will be held on March 20-22 and 27-29.

About:
Winner of 10 Tony Awards when it debuted in 1965, Fiddler On The Roof is the brainchild of Broadway legends Jerome Robbins, Harold Prince, songwriters Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick, and bookwriter Joseph Stein. A musical theatre tradition, Tevye the milkman tries to protect his daughters and his way of life from a changing world.

With iconic and beloved songs such as “Sunrise, Sunset,” “If I Were A Rich Man,” and “Matchmaker, Matchmaker”, Fiddler On The Roof is the perfect mix of audience-pleasing humor and heart. — Project Type: Live Event

Humanity Stew Auditions – 1458902
11-03-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO – Humanity Stew is a collection of plays within a play. Seven one-act comedies illustrate and satirize some of the lesser aspects of human nature in the context of a humorous discussion between an elderly man and his granddaughter.

The Stew has bite and kick, but ultimately provides a pleasant aftertaste by revealing how to be happy in our simmering mess of humanity. — Project Type: Live Event

Keyboard Player Needed – Saint Charles – 1458888
11-03-14 – Kansas City, MO>St Louis, MO – Keyboard Player Needed

Modern Rodeo is searching for a keyboard player. Must have band experience, and ability to play modern country music. We are a working band and play regularly. We play the entire Greater St. Louis area, with band members located in both IL and MO. — Project Type: 1

Mizzou Idol 2015 Auditions – 1458871
11-03-14 – Kansas City, MO>St Louis, MO – Show off your musical talents at the 2015 Mizzou Idol Auditions! This dynamic event in the spring semester is similar to the hit TV show American Idol, and it’s a great way to perform and represent the Mizzou community. Auditions are held in the fall semester to allow students to prepare for the spring show.

Walk-in a cappella auditions are welcome. The auditions will be spread over three days. — Project Type: Commercials

Announced For The Urinetown – 1458818
11-03-14 – Memphis, TN>St Louis, MO – Urinetown”
Performances April 15-18.

Synopsis:
A satirical musical comedy, Urinetown chronicles the story of a future dystopia, where a 20-year drought has caused the government to implement a public ban on water consumption. The citizens must use public restrooms under the watchful eye of a ruthless corporation, which mischievously profits off of the public’s basic human needs. Will a daring hero rise up to lead a rebellion and set the people free? Filled with themes of love, power, greed, and revolution, Urinetown will surely be a stimulating and entertaining experience for all audiences.

Audition Requirements:
10 men, 6 women are needed.

Be prepared with a one minute vocal audition.

Bring a karaoke disc or sheet music for accompaniment (no lead vocals).

A short dance routine will be taught.
— Project Type: Live Event

Casting Fiddler On The Roof – 1458682
10-31-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO – Casting: “Fiddler On The Roof”

The show will be directed, and star, John Preece who has toured professionally in the show for almost 25 years. John has played Tevye in several national tours. All other parts are open.

People auditioning will be asked to read from the script, and sing a song. There will be a two minute limit on the song. A song from Fiddler would be fine, or any other classic Broadway song of your choice. An accompanist will be provided.
— Project Type: Live Event

Wanted Bluesrock Lead Guitarist – 1458332
10-30-14 – Indianapolis, IN>St Louis, MO – Wanted: Bluesrock Lead Guitarist

Bluesrock cover (for now, hope to work in some originals once things get going) project in need of a lead guitarist. Project currently consists of drummer, singer, and bassist. We range from 21-29. Age is not a big issue, but remotely relative would be ideal. Dedication and drive very important. Tone is important, please show you are interested in your sound. We don’t need the next Jimi Hendrix, but someone that can play this genre, and mostly feel/enjoy it. We practice twice a week typically in South City. This is a startup project, but we are ready to take it to the next step and have some potential gig opportunities. We will be looking to gig about 2-4 times a month. No drinking/drug problems, ego issues, or lack of professionalism. We are a great group of guys that are easy to work with and hope for the same. We keep everything pretty organized and keep an open communication. Please contact if you are interested. — Project Type: 1

Humanity Stew – Casting – 1458082
10-29-14 – Chicago, IL>St Louis, MO – Humanity Stew – Casting

Humanity Stew is a collection of plays within a play. Seven one-act comedies illustrate and satirize some of the lesser aspects of human nature in the context of a humorous discussion between an elderly man and his granddaughter.

The Stew has bite and kick, but ultimately provides a pleasant aftertaste by revealing how to be happy in our simmering mess of humanity.

Show dates are February 13 & 14, 2015, at 7:30 pm. The performances continue February 19 – 21 at 7:30 pm, with a final matinee performance at 2:30 pm on February 22. — Project Type: Live Event

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