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- Rehearsals begin February 1, 2016, in Naperville, IL. Performances run March 10-13, 2016, in Naperville, and late May through July 10 in Chicago, IL.
- Auditions: Aug 29 in Chicago, IL
Casting "The Good Doctor," a play. Project description: "A comedy with music, written by Neil Simon. It consists in a series of short plays, based on short stories and other works of Russian writer Anton Chekhov, framed by a writer making comments on them."
- Shooting this fall in Detroit, MI.
- Auditions: Aug 29, 30 in Farmington Hills, MI
Seeking actors for the Paramount Pictures feature film "Looking for Alaska," based on the YA novel by John Green ("Paper Towns"). Project description: "A new arrival at a boarding school falls in love with a beguiling female student." Casting states: "Hundreds of paid extras will be needed."
- Rehearsals begin Oct. 5; tours season ends April 3, 2016.
- Auditions: Aug 29 in St. Louis, MO
Seeking two female actor/ASMs to play multiple parts in three touring shows, to include "Goldilocks," "The Elves and the Shoemaker," and "Goodbye Marianne."
- Rehearsals will begin around mid-December, and the production will run late February to early April, 2016, in the Athenaeum Theatre, Studio Three, in Chicago, IL.
- Auditions: Aug 29, 31 in Chicago, IL
Casting "Zoyka's Apartment," a play. Project description: "Zoyka's Apartment is a tragic farce in three acts surrounding the aristocratic Madame Zoyka, who turns her apartment into a dressmaker's shop. The play takes place during the Soviet equivalent of the roaring '20s, while the country is seething with economic discontent and ...
- Rehearsals TBD based on actor's availability at Panera Bread in Evanston, IL.
- Auditions: Aug 29 in Chicago, IL
Casting "The Robber and the Knife," a two-minute black and white, silent film. The work will be showcased at a rented screen downtown should the case want to showcase their work.
- Shooting September 11-28, in Muskegon County, MI.
- Auditions: Aug 29 in Muskegon, MI
Casting the independent horror feature film 'Ruin Me,' starring Chris Hill & Eva Hamilton. Project description: "Alexandra is a reluctant tag-along for Terror Weekend, a "haunted" campout in the middle of the woods. When the other campers begin to disappear, Alex must overcome extreme physical and psychological challenges to survive."
- Rehearsals begin mid-January, 2016. Previews begin March 11, 2016, and plays through May 1, 2016 (with possible extension), in Chicago, IL.
- Auditions: Aug 30 in Chicago, IL
Casting "Rent," a musical. Project description: "The Pulitzer and Tony Award winning musical about Bohemians in the East Village of New York City struggling with life, love, and AIDS, and the impacts they have on America."
- Runs September and October in the Manhattan Arts Center in NYC.
- Auditions: Aug 30, 31 in Manhattan, NY
Seeking dancers, singers, and models for a couple of large performances and fashion shows for the UCT Culture Center.
- Performances run October 30-November 14, in Batavia, IL. Note: "The rehearsal schedule will be determined by the director and is subject to the availability of the confirmed cast and crew."
- Auditions: Aug 30, 31, Sep 1 in Batavia, IL
Casting "The Butler Did It," a play. Project description: "Trying to rehearse a show where all of the characters are named Butler is difficult enough. But when the director decides to experiment by staging the 'death' of an actress, the line between fact and fiction becomes blurred in this hilarious ...
- Rehearsals begin Jan. 11, 2016; runs Feb. 5-Mar. 13, 2016 in Chicago, IL.
- Auditions: Aug 31 in Chicago, IL
Casting "Far from Heaven," with book by Richard Greenberg, music by Scott Frankel, and lyrics by Michale Korie.