Title of Posting: “Memories of Best Friends”
Seeking:  1 Black and 2 White Actresses
Company Name: Deebone Productions

Submission Email Address auditions@deeboneproductions.com
Posting Brief Description: Original Stage Play, “Memories of Best Friends”, who would have thought as adults, they would be enemies?

Memories of Best Friends is an original stage play. It is mostly drama with colorful comedy. It is not a musical but does have some music in the show.
Posting Full Description: Original Stage Play, “Memories of Best Friends”, who would have thought as adults, they would be enemies?

Memories of Best Friends is an original stage play. It is mostly drama with colorful comedy. It is not a musical but does have some music in the show.

Story line: Two little girls, one black and one white who grow up as best friends. They become enemies as adults after one believes an incident that occurs was too great to endure.

Performance dates: Fri 11/16, Sat 11/17 & Sun 11/18. Tech night Thurs 11/15. Performance location is downtown San Diego. You must be available for all tech and performance days.

Casting: We are casting for 3 actresses all 23 years of age or older, 1 black and 2 whites. At least 2 of the actresses must be able to sing.

Pay: Stipend + kickback for a portion of your ticket sells.

Rehearsals: Actresses must be available to rehearse 2 days a week. Rehearsal days will be determined after the cast is set.

Title of Posting: Yoga Play
Company Name: Moxie Theatre
Last Name:Ruiz
Submission Email Address casting@moxietheatre.com
Posting Brief Description: Raj: mid-thirties, American, Parents born in India, Graduated from Harvard Business School
Posting Full Description: YOGA PLAY
By Dipika Guha
Director- Callie Prendiville Johnson
First Rehearsal: April 1, 2019
Run: May 5, 2019 – June 2, 2019

Yoga apparel giant Jojomon are at the top of their game when a terrible scandal sends them into freefall. Newly hired CEO Joan stakes everything on a wild plan to recover their earnings and their reputation. YOGA PLAY is a comedy about enlightenment in a world determined to sell it.

BREAKDOWN:
RAJ- mid-thirties, South-Asian, American, Graduated from Harvard Business Law School and is the Chief Operating Officer of Jojomon.

 

 

 

Title of Posting: Crimes of the Heart
Company Name: Lamplighters Community Theatre
Last Name:Hadlock
Submission Email Address opwunder@att.net
Posting Brief Description: No stipend.  Auditioning for 1 female (30’s) and 2 males (20’s-40’s).
Posting Full Description: CRIMES OF THE HEART
By Beth Henley

Directed by O.P. Hadlock
Produced by Rob Conway

Five years after Hurricane Camille, three sisters, Lenny, Meg, and Babe, have gathered in their small Mississippi hometown of Hazelhurst awaiting news of their dying grandfather.  Babe is out on bail having shot her husband (“I just couldn’t stand his looks anymore!”). Their troubles, which are grave yet somehow hilarious, are highlighted by their cousin Chick, Doc Porter and Babe’s young lawyer who is trying to keep her out of jail while waging a personal vendetta against her husband.

Audition Information:
There is no stipend. Please bring a headshot and resume to audition, and also know any conflicts you may have through September 23. Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.  The sides that will be used are available from the director by emailing a request to opwunder@att.net.

Audition Dates:
Sunday, July 8 & Monday, July 9 beginning at 7:00 pm
No appointment necessary.

Audition Location:
Lamplighters Community Theatre
5915 Severin Drive in La Mesa

Performance Dates:
August 24 – September 23, 2018
Fridays & Saturdays 8pm, Sundays at 2pm.

Auditioning for the following roles:  (all other roles have been cast)

DOC PORTER, 30-45 M, Meg’s old boyfriend, was studying to become a doctor until an injury prevented it.  Married but still holds a flame for Meg.

MEG MAGRATH, 30-40 F, the youngest of the three sisters, left to pursue a singing career in Los Angeles but has not succeeded.

BARNETTE LLOYD, 26-32 M, Babe’s lawyer, looks even younger than he is, enthusiastic, and just a little in love with Babe.

 

 

Title of Posting: Season 14 Auditions
Company Name: Moxie Theatre
Last Name:Ruiz
Submission Email Address casting@moxietheatre.com
Category: %%Category%%
Posting Brief Description: Open Call For Season 14 of Moxie Theatre
Moxie is especially looking to cast:

LatinX Men & Women age 20s-40s

Women of any race/ethnicity age 50s – 70s

White men 40s

Indian American (Asian Indian) Men 20s-40s
Posting Full Description: MOXIE THEATRE
SEASON 14
OPEN CALL AUDITIONS
Monday June 4 at Moxie Theatre 6:30pm to 10pm.

Moxie is especially looking to cast:

LatinX Men & Women age 20s-40s

Women of any race/ethnicity age 50s – 70s

White men 40s

Indian American (Asian Indian) Men 20s-40s

Email audition request to: casting@moxietheatre.com
No phone submissions please.
Please include in your submission any and all times that will work for you to be seen on Monday June 4 from 6:30pm-10pm.

Submission does not guarantee an audition slot as priority will be given to actors who fit the types above. All other actors will be seen based on availability.

Please include a digital copy of your headshot and resume.

Auditions will be held at Moxie Theatre:
6663 El Cajon Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92115

Callbacks will be held later in June on a date, time, and location to be determined.

CASTING THE FOLLOWING SHOWS:

FADE
By Tanya Saracho
Director- Patrice Amon
1st Rehearsal: September 11, 2018
RUN: October 14, 2018- November 11, 2018

Mexican-born Lucia is hired to write for a ruthless Hollywood TV series. She soon discovers that the Mexican American custodian, Abel, has a windfall of plot ideas. As their friendship grows, his stories start to blur with hers leading to unexpected consequences.

BREAKDOWN:
LUCIA: 28, Mexican-born, acculturated. A “Fresa”, an Americanized Mexican who navigates the code-switching between Spanish and English as well as the rest of her (globalized) generation. (This is the “Tuitear” and “Googolear” Generation.) New to LA and to the hectic world of TV writing.

ABEL: Early 30’s, Mexican-American but quite Mexicanized. Born and raised in LA, proud of his Mexican heritage. Ex-Marine & fire fighter, raising a 6 year old daughter on his own.

HERLAND
By Grace McLoed
Director- Jennifer Eve Thorn
1st Rehearsal: December 18, 2018
RUN: January 20, 2018 – February 17, 2018 (possible extension: 2/21/18-2/24/18)

Jean is in her seventies and she’s not moving into a retirement home. She remodels her garage, recruits her two best friends and high school intern, Natalie, to design a bold plan for a utopian alternative. Formerly the domain of a locally famous Bruce Springsteen cover band, Jean’s garage becomes the stage for a hilarious story about growing into yourself, speaking out and getting what you want.

BREAKDOWN:
JEAN – early 70s. Unable to stay still and always eager to learn and try new things. Her relentless earnestness and ability to see the best in others can be both endearing and frustrating.

LOUISE – early 70s. The snarky town gossip. Loveable, charismatic, and above all, she is loyal to the end. Afraid of silence more than anything else.

TERRY – early 70s. Stoic, composed. Always listening. When she speaks, people hang onto her every word. Authoritative when she wants to be.

BECCA – mid-late 20s. Unabashedly queer. She has tattoos, piercings, and all the hallmarks of being “bad.” Enviably comfortable and at ease with herself.

YOGA PLAY
By Dipika Guha
Director- Callie Prendiville Johnson
First Rehearsal: April 1, 2019
Run: May 5, 2019 – June 2, 2019

Yoga apparel giant Jojomon are at the top of their game when a terrible scandal sends them into freefall. Newly hired CEO Joan stakes everything on a wild plan to recover their earnings and their reputation. YOGA PLAY is a comedy about enlightenment in a world determined to sell it.

BREAKDOWN:
RAJ- mid-thirties, South-Asian, American; Graduated from Harvard Business Law School and is the Chief Operating Officer of Jojomon.

ROMOLA -mid-twenties, Latina, American; hipster Yoga instructor. Must be a strong Character Actor, will be playing various roles with different dialects.

GURUJI- early forties-early fifties, White Male; Guru who has been living in a cave in the Himalayas. Must be a strong Character Actor, will be playing various roles with different dialects.

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Title of Posting: Auditions: ZACK
Company Name: Boy and Monster
Last Name:St. Croix
Submission Email Address boymonsterstories@gmail.com
Category: %%Category%%
Posting Brief Description: Black Female Actors & Latino Male Actors, aged 18-30, needed to play 90s teens in ZACK, a one-act play making its world premiere in the 2018 San Diego International Fringe Festival.
Posting Full Description: Black Female Actors & Latino Male Actors, aged 18-30, needed to play 90s teens in ZACK, a one-act play making its world premiere in the 2018 San Diego International Fringe Festival.

WHAT’S “ZACK” ABOUT?
Inspired by the Saturday morning teen sitcoms of the early 90s (“Saved by the Bell”, “California Dreams”), ZACK is a one-act duologue satire set in 1991 that follows Gina and P.J., two teens of color enrolled in a mostly white Southern California high school who find themselves hand-chosen to be members of an elite clique of cool students led by prank-happy new student, Zack.

WHO ARE THE CHARACTERS?
GINA: Female. Black. Late teens. To be played by an actor aged 18-30. A fashionista. Sharp and perky.

P.J.: Male. Latino. Late teens. To be played by an actor aged 18-30. A surfer. Cool and earnest.

WHEN’S THE AUDITION?
Tuesday, May 22, 2018, 6:00PM to 8:00PM.

WHERE AT?
Diversionary Theatre Black Box, San Diego, CA.

DO I JUST SHOW UP?
Schedule an appointment with Christian St. Croix at boymonsterstories@gmail.com.
WHAT’S THE TIME COMMITMENT?

Rehearsals: May 27 – June 21. Days/Times to be determined by actor availability.

Fringe Press/Public Previews: June 19. Time to be announced. Sometime after 5PM.

Performances: Thursday, June 21 @ 7:30PM. Monday, June 25 @ 2:30PM. Tuesday, June 26 @ 9PM. Thursday, June 28 @ 7:30PM. Friday, June 29 @ 6PM

WHAT CAN I EXPECT AT/AFTER THE AUDITIONS AND WHAT SHOULD I PREPARE?
Auditions will be quick. No need to memorize a monologue, a short section of the script will be provided for you to read with director. There will be no callbacks.

WILL I GET PAID?
You’ll get a stipend at the end of the production.

I’M AN EQUITY ACTOR.
Bummer. We’re a small theatre company. We’re not there yet.

WHAT IS THE SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL FRINGE FESTIVAL?
Check them out @ sdfringe.org. But we can tell you that participation in the SD Int’l Fringe comes with a whole wealth of benefits including opportunities to see select Festival shows for free, an open lounge/hangout for artists, networking opportunities with artists and theatre companies from all over the globe, and more.

I NEED MORE INFORMATION.
Sure. E-mail: boymonsterstories@gmail.com and ask away.

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Wally’s Cafe
Written by Sam Bobric, Ron Clark
Director: DeAnna Driscoll
Presented by Point Loma Playhouse
Seeking man between the ages of 40 and 60 for the lead in the upcoming production of “Wally’s Cafe”. Non-equity actors only, please.
Looking for actors with good comedic timing. We will be reading from sides of the script, no need to prepare a monologue.
NO ADVANCED APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
PLEASE BRING HEADSHOT AND RESUME IF AVAILABLE
Audition Dates:
Sunday, April 22nd, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Wednesday, April 25th, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Place: Point Loma Playhouse,
First rehearsal date:
Tuesday, May 29th
Performance Dates:
Opens: Friday, July 6th, Closes: Sunday, July 22nd
(Fri, Sat, and Sun. 3 weekends, Fri & Sat 8pm, Sun 2pm)
Story:
A three-character play about Wally, a man who buys a cafe on the wrong side of the road that leads to Las Vegas. Wally, his wife, and their one waitress watch the years go by and see all of Wally’s hopes and dreams bite the dust. Nevertheless, there is a happy ending to this comedy that spans four decades.
Compensation:
Stipend available
Questions:
OR CALL 619-800-5497
Website:
Point Loma Playhouse
619-800-5497
Point Loma Playhouse is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit community theatre. We are dedicated to presenting quality theatre and providing educational opportunities to the public.

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This Posting below is NOT AN ACTING GIG, but they posted at our site, and the pay is good for a 1 hour gig.

 

Title of Posting: Study participants for EKG and treadmill testing
Company Name: CB Innovations
Last Name:Dunphy
Submission Email Address:  doctordunphy@gmail.com
Posting Brief Description: Be a study volunteer for an EKG device.
Posting Full Description: We are a startup medical device company and are performing a small study and will need a total of 9 healthy volunteers with no significant medical problems to be study ‘volunteers’.  We will need a total of 6 women, 3 men.  All over the age of 18.

 

3 women under 5’2″ one with BMI >30, (approximately >160 lbs) one with BMI below 25 (weight of about <130 lbs) , and one with BMI 25-30 (weight of about 130-160)
3 women taller than 5’4″ again, one with a BMI >30 (wt more than about 180 lbs), one with BMI < 25 (weight of about <145 lbs) and one with BMI 25-30 (weight about 145-180)
3 men under 5’7″  one with BMI >30, (about  >190), BMI <25 (weight about  <150) and one with BMI 25-30, weight about 150-190)

 

Simple BMI calculator is available through many online searches.

 

    Your role in this study will be to have a medic/EMT/medical technician apply a standard 12 lead EKG on your exposed chest.  This will be video recorded and timed.  This will then be done using a new medical device, and again, will be recorded and timed.

 

   Following application of the new EKG device, subjects will participate in an exercise treadmill test to simulate an actual medical cardiac stress test.  This will require participants to walk on the treadmill at a brisk pace to get your target heart above 140 BPM.  This will also be recorded.
   Study participants will be expected to sign informed consent, liability waiver and non disclosure agreeements.  Subjects are providing valuable assistance in a new medical device that may potentially save lives.

 

Compensation will be $100 for an estimated hour of your time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHOTO/RESUME CALL – SEIZE THE KING
La Jolla Playhouse
Last Name: Owens
Submission Email Address auditions@ljp.org

 

SEEKING SUBMISSIONS FROM
SAN DIEGO ACTORS FOR SEIZE THE KING

 

SEIZE THE KING
By Will Power
Directed by Jaime Castañeda

 

About the Show: Will Power returns to the Playhouse in a five-person, full-throttle reinterpretation of Shakespeare’s Richard III. With England’s throne empty, Richard knocks down threats to his rule, fueling his insatiable ambition and paranoia. Even if he can be stopped — who can ensure it won’t happen again?
Posting Full Description: SEIZE THE KING
By Will Power
Directed by Jaime Castañeda

 

About the Show: Will Power returns to the Playhouse in a five-person, full-throttle reinterpretation of Shakespeare’s Richard III. With England’s throne empty, Richard knocks down threats to his rule, fueling his insatiable ambition and paranoia. Even if he can be stopped — who can ensure it won’t happen again?

 

Type of Actor(s): Equity (AEA) and non-Equity, San Diego LOCAL (must live or have housing and transportation within 50 miles of 92037).

 

Roles Available:

 

RICHARD – [Male, early 30s-mid 40s] any ethnicity, Richard the Duke, Richard the Protector and King Richard III. Brother to deceased King Edward IV.

 

QUEEN WOODVILLE – [Female, 40s-60s] any ethnicity. Wife of deceased King Edward IV. Sister-in-law to Richard the Duke. Mother of Edward V. And Others.

 

LORD HASTINGS – [Male, early 30s-mid 40s] any ethnicity. Seen by Queen Woodville as protector and tutor to Edward V. And Others.

 

LORD BUCKINGHAM – [Male, early 30s-mid 40s] any ethnicity. Accomplice of Richard III. And Others.

 

ANNE NEVILLE – [Female, 20s-30s] any ethnicity. Daughter Warwick Leader. Inherited vast amounts of land. Locked in tower by King Edward IV. Eventual wife of Richard III. And Others.

 

To submit for this project, email your headshot and resume to auditions@ljp.org by 9AM on Monday, April 16, 2018.

 

This project will be produced under the LORT B contract.

 

SEIZE THE KING Dates
Rehearsals start – July 24, 2018
First Day of Tech – August 14, 2018
First Preview – August 21, 2018
Opens – August 26, 2018
Closes – September 16, 2018

 

 

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Posted Wednesday, March 21, 2018

 

Looking for Actors to play Patients!

 

Email information to: debennet@csusm.edu
We are looking for actors to play different roles as standardized patients for the Speech Language Pathology and Nursing departments at California State University San Marcos.  

 

 Deb Bennett PhD, RN    Contact: debennet@csusm.edu