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May 3, 2019

Sleep No More - Open - Dancers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Male Dancers: Male, 18+, Seeking male professional dancers with a minimum of three years' professional concert, dance, or company credits for "Sleep No More." It is essential that performers have very strong contact/partnering skills and excellent contemporary dance technique. Physical theater and versatility are helpful, as the roles require fluidity between naturalistic and stylized performance. Looking for dynamic performers with openness and ability to take on and tell a story through movement.


Look-Alikes/Actors & Street Drummers for Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi - Open - Actors
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Seeking:Superman (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, confident personality. Height: 1.85m - 1.90m. Batman (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, stunt work experience, and confident personality. Height: 1.82m - 1.90m. Green Lantern/Hal Jordan (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, confident personality. Height: 1.80m - 1.88m. Green Lantern - Simon Baz (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, stunt work experience & confident personality. Arabic male actor. Preferably able to speak Arabic & English. Height: 1.80m - 1.88m. Green Lantern - Jon Stewart (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, stunt work experience, confident personality. Height: Actor 1.85m - 1.93m The Flash (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, confident personality. Height: 1.77m - 1.82m. Cyborg (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, confident personality. Height: 1.88m - 1.93m. Robin (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique, martial arts experience, and confident personality. Height: 1.70m - 1.75m. Catwoman (Lead): Female, 19-35, athletic physique, acrobatic skills, confident personality. Height: 1.75m - 1.8m. Wonder Woman (Lead): Female, 19-35, athletic physique, confident personality. Height: 1.75m - 1.8m. HARLEY QUINN (Lead): Female, 19-35, athletic physique, acrobatic skills, confident personality. Height: 1.70m - 1.75m. The Joker (Lead): Male, 19-45, confident personality. Height: 1.82m - 1.9m. The Riddler (Lead): Male, 19-40, confident personality. Height: 1.77m - 1.82m. Shaggy (Lead): Male, 19-40, slim physique, confident personality. Height: 1.77m - 1.85m. Aquaman (Lead): Male, 19-40, athletic physique and confident personality. American accent required. Height: 1.77m - 1.82m.


Monopoly - EPA - Singers
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Seeking:Two fun things about playing a game –  1. You get to play. 2. You don’t know how it’s going to end, because the tables can turn at any time.  So here is MONOPOLY, a musical based loosely on the world’s most famous game – and we want the audience experience to be “you get to play and you don’t know how it’s gonna end, ‘cuz the tables can turn at any time.”  Now this may sound like a thriller, a whodunit mystery more than a musical comedy. But MONOPOLY isn’t a whodunit – it’s more of a what-the-fuck – in the style of the screwball comedies of the 30s, but fresh, and for our world now. It’s spanking new in sensibility and tone – and mostly, the audience will have fun playing along.  You can’t describe it, because you’d have to use words like zany. Awful adjectives don’t do the job, and outlining the plot gives away the story, which we don’t want to do. Suffice it to say, it’s a story about a powerful woman (!!) who beats the house back in Prohibition Era Atlantic City. And beats it good.  Oh, btw: the game of our show is built around two central themes:  The first is a riddle:  A police officer is walking outside of a diner. He hears somebody yell inside the diner "No, John not the gun!!" followed by a gunshot. The officer immediately runs inside and finds a milkman, a doctor, a lawyer – and the dead body. The cop immediately arrests the milkman.  How did the officer know the milkman man did it? (The answer, if you don’t already know it, will reveal itself in the climax of our show.)  The second is a moral conundrum: You’re out in a big boat, and you see two men. One of them is in a rowboat and he’s tired of rowing and wants a free ride. The other one is drowning.  You can only help one of these guys. So who would you rescue? The one who wants a free ride? Or the one who’s drowning?  Any ten-year-old child knows the answer to that.  Fun, big starry performances. Great songs. And a Boardwalk. What else do you need to know?  -- The Authors  Seeking the following principal roles:  KAT THIMBLE 30s-40. Belter Raised to believe females can do anything males can. A natural leader, at a time when women are mostly followers. Fearless, passionate, devoted to her grandmother, who at one point fifteen years before our story, was her roommate. Willing to risk everything for The Big Play. Which, in our screwball story, forces her into a double life nobody (including the audience) understands – one, a gossip columnist who dishes the dirt on Atlantic City’s big-wigs and hoi-polloi; the other, a ruthless, testosterone-drenched builder/developer feared and loathed by man and beast. Kat is a star – the molecules move when she walks into a room, even if she trips and pratfalls as she enters. She’s curious, intelligent, ironic, and, as our story opens, beginning to feel it’s time to come out from behind the pebble-glass door that hides the real Katharine Thimble from the world. But let’s be clear – Kat Thimble wants to rule the Boardwalk, the temples, pagodas and kiosks of Steel Pier delights, and the great human wave of pleasure-seekers, sticky children and insolent youths who parade there every day.  SCOTTY IRONS Mid 20s-Early 30s. Tenor Belter A boy who doesn’t miss much. A life-long townie and proud of it, Scotty was left by his mom when he was only a baby, to be raised by a family friend (Uncle RT), and brought up on the Boardwalk. Tortured by the tough kids, he might’ve fallen in with a bad crowd if it hadn’t been for Uncle RT – who instilled in Scotty an effortless salt-of-the-earth heroism that is his defining characteristic. As a kid on the North Caroline Avenue Pier, he would hang out on the beach, looking up at the lifeguards, sitting high up above everybody else like they were royalty. So it was no big surprise when Scotty blew off college to become an Atlantic City lifeguard himself. And now, he’s the guy the kids look up to, the lifeguard the other lifeguards gravitate towards. Scotty’s ambitious, clever, loyal, horny, apparently honest, and not-so-secretly, a romantic. But he’s still the kid who was deserted as a babe, so he can also be defensive, anxious to prove himself, and even cagey. In fact, he’s got a big surprise at the end of the show.  HENRY T. REX 40s-50s. Baritone Henry T. Rex wasn’t always a real-estate tycoon. Years of alcohol abuse forced him out of his career as a star of stage and silent-screen. When Henry electrified Broadway with his iconic performance as Hamlet, Hollywood ponied up for a film version – but Henry was so drunk at the screen test, he could not remember anything after “To be or not.” The film project was scrapped. Pretty soon, Henry was using cue cards on stage to remember his lines, and even then, he began changing words to suit his own drunken meaning, confusing his fans and quickly wrecking his career. Fortunately, this coincided with his marriage to Maisie Green, daughter of the premier land baron in Atlantic City. And so, the unemployable actor lucked out, taking over his father-in-law’s business and becoming a real-estate kingpin, using all his years of experience on stage to act rings around his competitors – and to scheme and deceive with the best of ‘em. Now he’s a hold-out, owning the last group of properties – the Green properties – that his enemy needs in order to tear down the boardwalk and put up a slew of big hotels. But he’d sell ‘em – he’d sell his very soul – if it would help restore the grand passion to his now-loveless marriage to his beloved Maisie.  MAISIE GREEN 40s. Legit Soprano A former opera star, and obsessed with music – the singing of, the listening to, the reveling in. Not only was Maisie wildly successful and hugely talented, but – as Hunter Green’s only child – she was the heir to Atlantic City’s popular Green properties. Then Maisie met Henry T. Rex, star of stage and silent-screen, and lost her heart. That was ten years before our story takes place. Ten years later, she wrote this message in Henry’s most recent birthday card: “To my dear, soused, excuse for a husband – If I’ve learned anything from our nuptial disaster, Henry, it’s that marriage is the death of hope. So I’ve decided to do what Lucia does in Lucia Di Lammermoor. I’m going to take a lover. And if I’m lucky, this man’s passion will keep him sober enough to never do what you have done – take a soul-destroying job that makes one doubt the value of life itself. Happy Birthday and lots of love, Maisie (heart-emoji)”  ROBERTO PAZ 30s-40s. Baritone Long after most everyone else has gotten out of the Lothario business, Roberto Paz still breathes terror into the hearts of husbands everywhere. He is that threat to civilized society, the dreaded Latin Lover before whom vulnerable women tremble and at whose feet they fall. This particular Latin Lover happens to hail from Flatbush. It is, rather, the Latin language that Roberto loves – a language he mastered by the age of twelve, on the verge of his first conquest. At the height of Prohibition, Paz was hired to be bandleader in Henry’s speak-easy. The female attendance spiked immediately, and soon Paz was tango-ing women nearly in half – doing vertically in public what other men dare only do horizontally in private. Roberto is divinely handsome, heartless and hirsute, devout yet notoriously cool with extra-marital couplings - wed only to his piratical career of wife-stealing with a single-minded devotion from which no good shall ever spring.  CC 40s-early 50s. Barn-burning Belter A no-nonsense, good-time gal, who’s spent a lifetime looking for the man with whom she had a one- night stand many years ago. It was a torrid night under the boardwalk, the moon was high in the inky sky, and she believed with all her heart that love was in the air. But in the cold light of day, he left her, and she’s been singing about it – her under-the-boardwalk one true love – ever since. CC performs as the headliner at Henry’s speak-easy, and still has enough of her girlish charm intact to turn a man’s head and leaven his dreams. Stiff in the lip and loose in the hip, she’s known as Community Chest.  CHANCE 40s-early 50s. Tenor, plays guitar A white knight from Texas in search of the damsel he abandoned years before. Almost thirty years before our story, Chance hitched all the way to Atlantic City for a spell. Had some fun, made love to a girl, lost his shirt at the casino, and headed home to Texas all by his lonesome. After that, he played dive bars for drinks and tips, until he finally had enough for a bus ticket to Chicago. But the bus was hit by lightning on the way north and crashed. Chance – who lost everything in the crash except his guitar – hopped a couple of trains until one pulled into Atlantic City on the B&O last night. And now, here he is, almost thirty years later, ready to look life in the face; finally ready for his lucky break.  RT GOLD 50s-80s. Belafonte-Calypso Baritone Scotty’s “Uncle” – who raised the boy when his mother left him in RT’s pawn shop on the Boardwalk. He was born in Jamaica, the child of a black mother and a Dutch Jewish father, who drifted over to the islands after chasing gold with no luck at all. When RT married, he headed for the beach up north off Atlantic City, working as a janitor’s assistant at a hotel until a guest gave him, as a gratuity, a pawn ticket. Instead of redeeming the ticket, he took a clerk position at the shop, eventually becoming the proud owner of Gold’s Pawn Shop in 1902. When the Reading Railroad bought him out to extend the rail lines to the shore, RT was suddenly a wealthy man. Since then, he’s been a “pay-it-forward” stalwart of the local community, the very definition of the classic good citizen – a quality he’s also instilled in the boy he raised from infancy, Scotty Irons.  RING DIAMOND 50s-60s. Bari-tenor A vicious would-be Master of the Universe who’s more than likely to lead anyone, including himself, into disaster. Would sell his own mother for a piece of property, would sacrifice his best friend for a leg-up on a big deal. Cheerfully admits his only goals are personal gain and global domination. Even his appearance – morning suit, top hat and waistcoat, monocle and mustache – declares his credo: Winning is Everything.  This actor doubles as SNAKE EYES There are thousands of men working as nightclub bouncers in the world, but only Snake Eyes is known as The Angel of Anguish. He enjoys keeping townies out of Henry’s legendary club – especially the lifeguards. This, from a lifelong aversion to young men who are sun-burnt and buff, possibly due to his own white and pasty complexion, and the fact that his mother deserted his father for a lifeguard in Miami Beach. Bouncing is only Snake Eyes’ fall-back job, however. His dream is to be a big band singer, and shortly after our show takes place, he will record several albums including I Just Want to Pull Your Taffy (1934), Roll Dem Dice (1935), and My Socks are Still Wet (1935).


Irving Berlin's 'White Christmas,' SETA Tour - ECC - Singers
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Seeking:Equity Female Singers: Female, 18-49, characters are early 20s to early 40s, all types and vocal ranges. Note: This is the musical based on the classic movie musical White Christmas, featuring the timeless songs “Blue Skies”, “Love You Didn’t Do Right By Me”, “I Love a Piano”, and of course the title song “White Christmas.” Equity Male Singers: Male, 18-49, characters are early 20s to early 40s, all types and vocal ranges. Note: This is the musical based on the classic movie musical "White Christmas," featuring the timeless songs “Blue Skies”, “Love You Didn’t Do Right By Me”, “I Love a Piano”, and of course the title song “White Christmas”. Equity Male Dancers: Male, 18-35, characters are early 20s to mid 30s. Major tap skills and must be equally strong in ballroom and theatre jazz. Must sing very well. Note: This is the musical based on the classic movie musical White Christmas, featuring the timeless songs “Blue Skies,” “Love You Didn’t Do Right By Me,” “I Love a Piano,” and of course the title song “White Christmas.” Equity Female Dancers: Female, 18-35, characters are early 20s to mid 30s. Major tap skills and must be equally strong in ballroom and theatre jazz. Must sing very well. Note: This is the musical based on the classic movie musical White Christmas, featuring the timeless songs “Blue Skies,” “Love You Didn’t Do Right By Me,” “I Love a Piano,” and of course the title song “White Christmas.”


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