Now Casting: Play Buddy the Elf + More Lead Roles in the National Tour of ‘Elf the Musical’

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Make work your favorite and apply for one of the great gigs in today’s roundup! Sing loud for all to hear in “Elf the Musical,” which is now casting a non-Equity national tour. Plus, an Equity play is seeking women of color, QVC is looking for a national host, and season two of the singing competition “The Four” is casting talent.

Casting is currently underway for a non-Equity national tour of "Elf the Musical." A male actor, aged 21–35, is sought to play the lead role of Buddy. There are also lead roles available for talent, aged 12–65, including Jovie, Walter, Michael, and more, as well as ensemble spots for singers and dancers. Rehearsals will begin around October in New York City with previews and production running from late October–Dec. 30. Actors will receive a compensation package of $975–$1,100 per week. Apply here!

Women of color in their early 20s to late 40s are sought for various roles in an Equity production of Ntozake Shange’s “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When The Rainbow Is Enuf.” A dance or movement background is preferred. There will be Equity Principal auditions in St. Paul, Minnesota on March 19–20. Rehearsals will begin Aug. 14 with first preview and production Sept. 18–Oct. 14. Pay is $621 per week minimum. Apply here!

QVC, the world’s leading global shopping community and multimedia retailer, is now accepting applications for full-time program hosts for its on-air team. Talent, aged 25–40, with experience hosting TV, web broadcasts, news, radio, or live events are wanted. Talent should be passionate about products and sales and be comfortable conveying information in a live broadcast setting, as well as be comfortable on social media building a fan community. The position will start in July. Hires must relocate to West Chester, Pennsylvania. Pay is $100,000–$125,000 annually based on experience. Apply here!

Join the cast of Season 2 of “The Four,” a singing competition series that challenges performers to fight for their lives to be the best. Emerging talent, aged 16–30, who already have a brand, sound, and look are sought for the production. “The Four” shoots in Los Angeles. This is a non-paying gig. Contestants will compete for iHeartRadio’s On the Verge artist title, as well as a recording contract. Apply here!

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