Keep your eyes not on Mr. Right, but on “Mr. Saturday Night!” The upcoming Broadway musical, written by Billy Crystal, is seeking video audition submissions for all major roles. Plus, a remotely filming YouTube series, an online 1970s cop show parody ad, and a short film about loneliness and growth are casting around the country.
“MR. SATURDAY NIGHT,” B’WAY, VIDEO SUBMISSIONS
The upcoming Broadway musical “Mr. Saturday Night” by Billy Crystal is seeking video audition submissions. Talent, aged 18 and older, is wanted for several principal, understudy, and ensemble roles, including the starring role of Buddy Young. Work dates are TBD in New York City. Pay is $2,168 per week minimum. Apply here!
“BRADFORD & BILLS”
Join the cast of “Bradford & Bills,” a comedic online ad parodying old 1970s cop shows. Two male actors, aged 18–50, are wanted to play the roles of Bradford and a perp. Rehearsals and meetings will take place in early April, followed by filming in mid-April in the Dallas, Texas, area. Pay is $750. Apply here!
“OUT OF TIME”
Casting is underway for “Out of Time,” a student film that follows a lonely, introverted college senior who must overcome his social anxieties to find the girl of his dreams. Two actors, aged 18–23, are wanted to play the starring roles of Colin and Audrey. Additionally, talent, aged 18–65, is wanted for several supporting roles. Rehearsals will start on March 29, followed by filming on April 4 and 5 in Pasadena, California. Pay is $30–$50 per day with a copy provided. Apply here!