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  • singers

    'The Phantom of the Opera," Tour

    The currently running 25th anniversary touring production seeks possible replacements for several roles


  • online commercial

    Digital Corporate Ad Campaign

    Seeking a very fit male to portray a "drill sergeant" for a non-political ad campaign


  • web series


    Now casting a remake of the 1978 series that originally starred Bea Arthur and Bill Macy


  • corporate video

    'Hero's Journey'

    Philadelphia-based talent is needed for a shoe company's video


  • film


    Casting lead talent for a winter campy/horror film revolving around a cabin in the woods



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