Now Casting: Play Operagoers on Season 2 of ‘The Gilded Age’ + 3 More Gigs

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Put on your finest evening wear and head to “The Gilded Age.” The HBO period drama is continuing to seek background talent for its second season. Plus, an HBO docuseries, a promo for the Jacksonville 2022–23 season, and a financial crime TV documentary are casting talent now.

“The Gilded Age” Season 2

Background casting continues for Season 2 of “The Gilded Age.” Talent, aged 18–60, is wanted to portray operagoers. There will be fittings from Sept. 27–30, with a mandatory COVID-19 test 48 hours prior. Follow-up testing will take place on Oct. 5, followed by work from Oct. 6–7 in New York City. Pay is $165 for 10 hours of work, with a $41.25 fitting stipend and a $60 testing stipend.

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Untitled HBO Docuseries

HBO is now seeking a recorder player, age 6–18, and a male weightlifter, age 18–60, for supporting and day player roles on an undisclosed documentary series. Filming will take place over one to three days this fall in NYC. Pay is $300–$600.

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Jacksonville 2022–23 Season Promo

Cinevative is now seeking talent for a promo for Jacksonville’s 2022–23 season. Actors, aged 22–50, are wanted to portray the Beatles, Dolly Parton, Aretha Franklin, and more. Filming will take place on Sept. 30 in Northridge, California. Pay is $300.

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“American Greed—AG216”

Join “American Greed—AG216,” a television documentary about financial crime. Talent, aged 20–70, is wanted for various nonspeaking re-creation roles. Filming will take place from Sept. 27–28 (with possible additional dates) in Chicago. Pay is $200 per day, with meals provided.

Want this gig? Apply here.