Casting Calls & Auditions
XBOX Photo Shoot
XBOX is seeking "real gamers" for a one-day photo shoot. The client is seeking ethically diverse talent and non-traditional gamers for the shoot, taking place on Tuesday, 5/14 or Wednedsay, 5/15. Pay is $1,200-$2,200 per day.
Sam's Club Commercial Shoot
Casting Directors are not casting Actors, Models and other talent for a commercial campaign to begin shooting on May 8th, 2019. Five (5) sets are being shot with a variety of age and ethnic groups, including parents and children. All qualified talent are encouraged to apply.
Commercial Shoot - Roller Coaster Scenes
Casting Directors are now casting for roller coaster scenes in Orlando, Florida on May 6th through May 8th. Types sought are Hispanic, African American and Caucasion families with teen, tween children, and grandparents. Families MUST be able to ride rollercoaster rides multiple times and all must have an minimum height of 48". Talents must me comfortable in swimwear and be confident swimmers.
New Music Video Casting Call
Casting directors in Atlanta, GA are seeking talent for an upcoming music video shoot. Scenes are filming on February 21st. Producers are seeking talents for roles as "high school students, mothers and other featured roles." Actors will be compensated $200 to $500 per day. Lead character will be female, mixed / ethnicity ambiguous, aged 18-21 to pass as high school student. Lead's "mom" and "dad", aged 40-50 are also being sought. Two supporting roles, one male one female, ages 18-21, any ethnicities, will be sought as well.
Now Casting Music Video Directed by Jonah Hill
Now casting talent for Jonah Hill directed Music Video in New York City! The video will be filmed on Wednesday, February 6th in the evening. Casting directors are seeking male and female talents aged 75 and up. This is a unique opportunity for those in that age group to get involved. NON UNION, new talent welcome!
Rate is $3,000 if selected. Looking for female, 20-30 years old; classic features, striking look, Caucasian, blonde or slightly brunette, slender, athletic, preferrably tall.
An audition is an opportunity to showcase your talent and explore what you can bring to the character. Most actors and actresses place a great deal of pressure on themselves before an audition. Such pressure will likely cause problems including forgetting lines, a nervous tone in the voice, and not allowing the casting directors to see what you can do. It’s important to know that you may have to audition multiple times until you portray the right image casting directors are looking for. Many times, casting directors are only looking for an image or a look, and the actual reading of the lines are perfected later. If you forget lines or mess up your monologue during an audition, just relax and play the character. The casting director will get a feel right away if you are what they are looking for. Above all, act professional.
Another important tip to remember is to not read into the casting directors’ body language or attitude because that will play with your emotions and affect your performance. Most casting directors are extremely busy and have a million things going on at one time. If they aren’t looking directly at you or if they are eating lunch while you’re auditioning, don’t take it personally. Again, just perform to your utmost ability and you will get positive feedback. Have fun with auditioning as you will be doing it many times and, eventually, you will find you’re niche and the role you were meant to play. If you are interested in getting more information about perfecting your acting skills, talk with The Disomma Agency about representation, resources, classes, coaches, workshops, and more.
For more information on how The Disomma Agency can assist you with auditioning, call us today.