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#ABQ Casting Call: Paid Commercial and Print Advertising Roles (ALL TYPES/AGES)

Posted by on June 15, 2013 | 2 comments

ABQ Health Partners Midthunder Commercial Casting Image via Push Play Entertainment


*No Experience Necessary*

Pay Rates: $150 – $400 per person or up to $1,200 for complete families

SEEKING: Hispanic, Native American, & Caucasian Individuals & Families, ALL TYPES & ALL AGES.

Principal roles include: 6 year old “birthday boy”, 15 year old looking girl for quincenera scene (must provide her own dress), & Grandparent types

Additional roles include: entire extended families of “birthday boy”, “Quincenera girl”, and additional families for additional scenes / spots

We are also seeking someone to portray a MASCOT IN COSTUME. MASCOT or COMEDY / IMPROV experience is a PLUS. BREAKDANCER a plus! Any age, gender or ethnicity. HEIGHT 5′ 9″ or less. Pay for this is $500 per day


WHEN: TUESDAY, June 18th 2-5pm

WHERE: Far Horizon Studio
304 Washington SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108

Shoot dates are between June 24th – June 29th
For ABQ Health Partners

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Get Your “Annie” Online!

Posted by on May 19, 2011 | One comment

If you’re not headed to the great white way this Summer but you’d like to be and you’re an outrageously talented 6-12 year-old, holler at your mama to get your audition video submitted NOW!

The Broadway musical Annie is currently accepting nationwide, online submissions for young performers to be cast in the production’s Fall 2012 run! They “are searching for Tomorrow’s Annie”, AND will be considering girls for all of the orphan roles!

From the Producers:

Who Should Enter?

Girls, ages 6-12 of all types and ethnicities, who are great singers, dancers, and actresses. Just bring your personality and spirit!

Audition Online in 3 Easy Steps!

1. FILM one video that shows us how talented you are! Please be sure to:
* First, sing 1-2 minutes of a pop/rock or current musical theatre song, either with music or acapella. If you’re stuck on a song, you can sing Happy Birthday (Note: Please, no songs from Annie).
* Then, tell us a story about yourself or something exciting that you did recently (also 1-2 minutes).

2. GATHER digital copies of your headshot or recent photos (2 versions) and your resume. If you don’t have a resume, just tell us about yourself in a Word document.

3. SUBMIT your completed Annie Audition Form by clicking here.

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Odd Thomas Casting

Posted by on March 28, 2011 | 2 comments

UPDATE 4/4/11: On Location Casting now seeking to fill auditions for paid extra work on Odd Thomas:

SANTA FE/ALBUQUERQUE Notice “Odd Thomas”- 18-25 y/o HOT Guys & Girls in Bikinis and swim trunks for pool party scene (*will need to audition with director in advance, tentatively either 4/13 or 4/18)- if interested in audition, please send email ASAP with your contact info & a RECENT photo of yourself in a bikini (girls) and swim trunks/no shirt (guys) to: onlocationcastingnm@yahoo.com with subject line POOL PARTY.

UPDATE 4/3/11: New Casting details including LA/NM agent info., specific part descriptions, submission and auditioning guidelines and more here.

From Sol Acting Academy: via Sandi Kay

ODD THOMAS, a major motion picture (based on the novel by Dean Koontz, starring Anton Yelchin, Lily Collins, adapted for screen and Directed by Stephen Sommers)

Seeking 2 AFRICAN AMERICAN GIRLS for speaking roles:

Interested African American GIRLS AGE 5-6 AND 9-10 should contact Casting Director, Kathryn Brink, for an appointment at: casting505@gmail.com

Casting will be the week of April 4th and the week of April 11th in Albuquerque and Santa Fe.

Callbacks will be the week of April 18 and 25th

Shooting will be for several days near Santa Fe between May 4-mid June.

No prior acting experience is necessary but is desirable. Please email your contact information and a resume and headshot or some information on your child and a small jpg photo to casting505@gmail.com.

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