Canada Now Casting: Play a Supporting Role in a Viral Web Series + More Gigs

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Don’t miss any of the great gigs casting in Canada today! The viral web series “The Girl Without a Phone” is casting a pair of supporting roles. Plus, two short films are casting major roles and several more projects are seeking talent across the country.

“THE GIRL WITHOUT A PHONE: A LITTLE MERMAID STORY”
The Young Actors Project is seeking talent for “The Girl Without a Phone: A Little Mermaid Story,” a viral web series. Two female actors, aged 15–20, are wanted to play the supporting roles of Lucy and Sadie. The actor playing Lucy must be able to sing well. Rehearsals and filming will take place in May in Port Moody, British Columbia. Rehearsals pay $100 per day and filming pays $175 per day. Apply here!

“A MAN NAMED EARTH”
Join the cast of “A Man Named Earth,” a short film that follows Death, who, after millennia of taking souls, decides to throw in the towel and get a life. A female actor, aged 18–24, is wanted to play the supporting role of Ashley Bloom. Filming will take place in July in Toronto, Ontario. Pay is $150 per day. Apply here!

“LAKESHORE”
Casting is underway for “Lakeshore,” a short drama about two people bonding over the loss of their parents. Two actors, aged 18–42, are wanted to play lead roles in the project. Basic motorcycling skills are required for the lead male role. Filming will take place in the spring on dates TBD in the Toronto area. Pay is TBD with food and travel provided. Apply here!

“THE MCLEAN GANG” - 1800S HISTORIC WESTERN
Join the cast “The McLean Gang,” a short film chronicling a 1800s Western gang and their rampant crimes, is casting a pair of Indigenous actors for roles. A male actor, aged 15–22, is wanted to play Archie McLean, the youngest brother in the gang. Additionally, a female actor, aged 18–30, is wanted for a small but important day player role. Filming will take place in the fall in Kamloops, British Columbia. Pay, travel, accommodations, and food will be provided. Apply here!

“NOW THAT I’VE FOUND YOU”
Sleepy Queer Productions is casting “Now That I’ve Found You,” an original musical based on the music of Carly Rae Jepsen. Talent of all genders, aged 16 and older, is wanted for several roles, including the lead role of Kai. There will be auditions by appointment on March 29–30 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Rehearsals run May through September with performances in early September. Pay is $200. Apply here!

Want more options? Check out Backstage’s Canada audition listings!

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