Now Casting: ‘Siren’s Den: A Rock Musical’ + 3 More Paid Jobs

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In today’s casting roundup we have two musical opportunities, principal roles in a dramatic short film, and a background gig on the highly anticipated “Pitch Perfect 3.” Well, what are you still doing here? Get out there and get to auditioning!

“SIREN’S DEN: A ROCK MUSICAL”
Union and nonunion talent is sought for principal and ensemble roles in “Siren’s Den: A Rock Musical,” a new musical providing a “modern twist on the myth of the Greek sirens.” Auditions will be held by appointment April 12 and 13 in New York City, with a run slated for May 24–June 3 at the Gene Frankel Theatre in Lower Manhattan. A to-be-determined stipend will be provided, and an Equity Showcase Code approval is currently pending.

“PITCH PERFECT 3”
Background actors are sought for “Pitch Perfect 3,” the third installment of the mega-successful musical franchise starring Anna Kendrick. Male and female talent ages 18–70 will be needed to depict “French hotel patrons and workers,” in a shoot on March 30 in Atlanta, Georgia. Those hired will be paid $64/eight hours.

“A HISTORY OF WISE MEN”
Casting is underway for a lead and six supporting roles in “A History of Wise Men,” a 1970’s New York-set short film depicting Elliot, “a popular songwriter throwing a visceral party to celebrate the release of his latest album.” The piece will shoot the weekends of April 28 and May 5 in the Chicago, Illinois area. The lead will be compensated $600, with supporting actors paid $200.

“BEAUTY AND THE BEAST” AND “YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN”
North Shore Music Theatre is casting union “singers who dance” and “dancers who sing” for its two upcoming productions of “Beauty and the Beast” and “Young Frankenstein.” An Equity Chorus Call will be held for performers ages 18 and up on April 3 in New York City. Both pieces will run this summer in Beverly, Massachusetts. Hired talent will be paid $746/week, adhering to an Equity COST Contract.

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Casey Mink
Casey Mink is the senior staff writer at Backstage. When she's not writing about television, film, or theater, she is definitely somewhere watching it.
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