Get your head in the game—Disney Channel’s upcoming “High School Musical” series still background casting. Plus, a scripted comedy series pilot is casting major roles, an AMC docu-series needs actors for re-creation background roles, and a production of the classic musical “West Side Story” needs its Maria and more.
“HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL”
Disney Channel’s upcoming “High School Musical” series continues background casting. A male actor, aged 30–59, and a young male actor, aged 15–24, are wanted to play a burly custodian and a middle schooler, respectively. Filming will take place on March 14, 16, and/or 24, depending on the role, in the Salt Lake City, Utah, area. Pay is $101.50–150 per day. Apply here!
“Tone-Def,” a scripted comedy series pilot that will be pitched to major streaming platforms, is casting several roles. Female talent, aged 20–65, is wanted for roles including the lead role of Sydney, a former girl group member with a one-hit wonder. Rehearsals will begin in April and the series shoots through late May and early June in Los Angeles, California. Pay is TBD with meals provided. Apply here!
AMC DOCUMENTARY SERIES, EXTRAS FOR RECREATIONS
An AMC documentary series that will center around a small Midwestern town is seeking actors, aged 18–77, for re-creation roles. Filming will take place on March 15 in the L.A. area. Talent will be paid nonunion background rates. Apply here!
“WEST SIDE STORY”
High Valley Arts is casting its upcoming production of the classic musical “West Side Story.” Talent, aged 18 and older, is wanted for all principal and ensemble roles in the production, including Maria, Tony, and Bernardo. There will be auditions on March 23 and 28 in Midway, Utah. Performances will be outdoor and will run from June 28–July 13. A travel stipend of $325 will be provided. Apply here!