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AUDITION: Independent Short Film SHOT CLOCK

SHOT CLOCK is an independent short film about a boy named Mark Collins, a high school basketball star whose father passed away in the military years back. His mother is always at his basketball games supporting him, until he asks her to stop coming to them. Meanwhile, he is conflicted between his gorgeous-popular girlfriend Laura, and Bella, a sweet girl he has known since he was a child. When Mark’s mother doesn’t show up to the game, she is killed in a car accident. Mark is told about his mother’s passing and decides to make some changes in his life, as he realizes he never appreciated his mother’s support like he should have. Knowing she would want him to pass along her enthusiasm, the story folds with Mark treating Bella how she deserves, almost as if she is a living example of his mother’s lifestyle.

URGENT: High production value equipment available to us for limited time! Looking for cast that can start ASAP! Characters wanted for Mark (high dialogue), Dad (No Dialogue)

Directed by Jack Wiley and Luka Nezi. Email Jack.wiley44@gmail.com if interested!

AUDITION: SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS with SVYT

AUDITIONS: June 8 and 9 from 6pm-9pm. Come prepared with 16-32 measures of a Broadway style song. Located at the directors home: 9563 Skye Park Rd, South Jordan, Ut.

CALLBACKS: June 10, by invitation.

SVYT elite casts leads open to 14 to young adult. Limited ensemble parts for under 14. Show performs August 10-21. This show requires dancing for most parts.

AUDITION: ANNIE with the Timpanogos Arts Foundation

Timpanogos Arts Foundation is holding auditions for its summer production of the beloved musical, ANNIE. All ages, genders, body types, and ethnicities are welcome. All roles are available.
PRODUCTION TEAM:
Director: Adam Cannon
Asst. Director: Dallin Bradford
Music Director: Merrilee Hunter
Choreographer: Mindy Eckroth
Stage Managers: Geoff Eppley and Moira Facer
AUDITIONS:
Tuesday, May 16, 7:00-9:30 pm
Wednesday, May 17, 700-9:30 pm
53 W Main St, American Fork, UT (the former home of Nuttall’s Sewing)
Video auditions WILL be accepted until midnight Wednesday May 17.
CALLBACKS:
Saturday, May 20 from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. More details to follow after auditions.
SHOW DATES and LOCATION:
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday Evenings, August 1-15
American Fork Amphitheater
Auditioners are asked to prepare to sing 16-32 bars of a Broadway song in the style of the show. We will have an accompanist there, but you are encouraged to bring your own where possible. Plugins for MP3 players or phones/pads will be provided. NO A CAPPELLA singing, please. If you bring a pre-recorded track, please find the karaoke or minus track without singing. We want to hear your voice, NOT the voice of the artist who recorded the song. You will also be learning a short piece of choreography, so come dressed appropriately to dance and move.
For audition forms and more information, click here.
For questions or for more information you may also call or email the director (aqcannon@gmail.com or 801-420-8519).

AUDITION: MURDER BY THE BOOK at the Covey Center

MURDER BY THE BOOK by Duncan Greenwood and Robert King, directed by Reese Purser

Show Dates: July 27th through August 19th.

Crisp, witty exchanges pepper this light hearted and inventive thriller that unfolds with a series of twists. Deadly games are in store when the corpse rises and the tables are turned more than once for the victim and the killers.

For more information and to sign up for an audition time, you can access the Covey Center website here.

Auditions:

Thursday May 18th, 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm

Friday May 19th, 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm

Held at the Provo Covey Center for the Arts, 425 West Center, Provo, Utah, 84601

Please come with a short prepared monologue in a British dialect. Cold readings will be available from the script as well.

Call backs:

Saturday May 20th, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Characters:

Selwyn Piper, a novelist

Christine Scott, his secretary

Imogen Piper, his wife

Peter Fletcher, his neighbor

Johh Douglas, his publisher

AUDITION: BRIGADOON at the SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre

The SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre announces auditions for the third and final show of its 2017 summer season, Brigadoon.  It will be directed by Jerry Elison, with music direction by Dana Cardon and choreography by Christopher Gallacher.  Julie Bonifay will serve as stage manager.

Brigadoon will play August 4-19 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays @ 8:00pm at SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre and will tour to BYU Education Week for four performances August 22-25.

Auditions will be held on Tuesday, May 30 or Wednesday, May 31 from 7:00-9:00pm at SCERA Center for the Arts, 745 South State, Orem. Callbacks, for those invited, will be held on Saturday, June 3 from 10am-2pm, and will include a dance audition.

All roles roles are available. Auditioners ages 16 and older should prepare to sing 16 bars from a Broadway musical.  An accompanist or IPOD playback will be available – please bring your music. Click here to submit your audition form online and to choose a specific time for your audition. A resume and headshot is helpful to bring with you, but is not required.

Rehearsals will begin the week of May 29. For more information, call (801) 225-ARTS.

AUDITION: HERO Feature Film

Skylight Cinema is thrilled to announce auditions for its new faith-based feature film: “HERO”!  Shooting will take place 3-4 days in various locations within Utah County, during 2 weekends of July – exact dates: TBA.  Produced by: Jordan Pearson.

SYNOPSIS:

A prideful quarterback, Chris Rockwell, thrives on high school popularity and vanity until one day his grades plummet, threatening to kick him off the team and destroy his college football dreams forever.  His only hope is a spiritual History teacher, Mr. Hanks, who promises to raise his grade on condition that he befriend a shy, timid boy, Harold, for the rest of the semester.  The problem is, Chris despises Harold and cruelly mistreated him in the past.  To make things worse, Chris’s friends and teammates suddenly shun him for befriending the ‘school misfit’.  In desperation, Chris turns his life to God as he struggles for the strength to love the young boy he once scorned.

ROLES:

All roles are volunteer / Non-paid.

FREE meals will be provided on shooting days!

For character descriptions of available roles, please go to the “Movies” page at www.skylight.ltd.

TO AUDITION:

Please download an audition SIDE from the “Movies” page on our website: www.skylight.ltd.  Record a VIDEO of yourself for the role you wish to audition.  In your video, please be sure to state your FIRST and LAST name and the role you are auditioning.

Upload the video to YOUTUBE or VIMEO, and email the link to herofeaturefilm@gmail.com.  Please submit your audition BEFORE May 26, 6:00pm. 

NOTE: If you wish to be cast as an EXTRA, please download a SIDE for a character who best fits you and audition as described above.

If you have questions regarding auditions, please email herofeaturefilm@gmail.com.

AUDITION: PETER AND THE STARCATCHER and NEXT TO NORMAL Joint Audition

The Ziegfeld Theater announces open, joint auditions for the imaginative musical Peter and the Starcatcher, as well as the moving musical Next to Normal.

PETER AND THE STARCATCHER

Directed and Choreographed by Jim Christian with Music Direction by Rick Rea. It plays August 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26(mat), 26(eve), 28, and Sept. 1, 2,  at The Ziegfeld Theater in Ogden. Rehearsals begin the last week of June.

Seeking strong actors who sing and move, ages 16+. All roles are available. Colorblind casting – actors of ALL races and skin color are HIGHLY encouraged to audition.

***This is a volunteer opportunity, with the possibility of gas stipends or transportation options available for actors traveling from 25+ miles south of Ogden (Bountiful, SLC, and beyond).***

NEXT TO NORMAL

Directed by Rick Rea and runs Sept. 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17 at The Egyptian Theatre in Park City, as well as Sept. 22, 23(mat), 23(eve), 24, 29, 30(mat), 30(eve), Oct. 1 at The Ziegfeld Theater in Ogden. Rehearsals Begin mid to late July.

Seeking strong actor/singers. All roles are available. Colorblind casting – actors of ALL races and skin color are HIGHLY encouraged to audition.

***Show pays a flat rate of $300 per actor. All actors must be available for performances in Ogden and Park City to receive stipend.***

AUDITION INFO: Auditions (by appointment) for both shows will be held starting at 7:00pm on Monday, June 5th. Invitation only callbacks will be held Wednesday, June 7th. To request an audition time, Go to ZigArts.com, click “Auditions” and after thoroughly reviewing this audition notice, fill out an audition form by clicking the button at the bottom of the page.

 

 

REHEARSALS are generally held at Ziegfeld Arts Academy. There will usually be 4 weekday evening rehearsals (M-Th) and 1 Saturday morning/afternoon rehearsal per week until the week before opening week, when rehearsals will be nightly.

For character descriptions and more information, click here.