Now Casting: Stand-In Gig in ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ and More Great Jobs

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Today’s casting roundup includes a chance to work on the forthcoming “Pitch Perfect 3,” no ability to harmonize is required! We also have three more fantastic opportunities including principal roles on an AMC series and a nonunion touring production. Is there a job for you below?

“Pitch Perfect 3,” the third installment in the mega-successful a capella franchise, is casting for stand-in roles. Seeking female talent, all ages 18–40, to stand in for three respective characters, the production will begin shooting Jan. 30 in Atlanta, Georgia. A pay rate is set at $64/eight hours.

Union talent is sought for eight principal roles in the fourth season of the AMC drama “Turn: Washington’s Spies.” The series, which stars Jamie Bell, is shooting Jan. 24–Feb. 2 in Richmond, Virginia. Professional pay under a SAG-AFTRA contract will be provided.

A nonunion production of the Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II classic “Cinderella” is casting for an upcoming tour, which will begin in September. The piece, featuring a new book which “reinvents the classic tale,” will hold auditions by appointment in New York City Jan. 30 and 31. Talent will be compensated $550–$650 weekly depending on the role, with housing and transportation provided.

Male and female talent ages 18–35 are needed for leading roles in “How to Survive in New York,” a new series about, well, surviving in New York. The docu-show, featuring one-person interviews, is slated to shoot at a to-be-determined date in January in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood. Participants will be compensated $150/two hours of production.

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