Love ‘Star Wars’? Check Out These Gigs

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May the Fourth might not be an official holiday, but for millions of “Star Wars” fans around the globe, it is certainly a day to celebrate. From the original trilogy to the most recent films to the Disney+ series, there’s no shortage of ways to watch and enjoy your favorite “Star Wars” stories this weekend. You can also find your own action, adventure, or fantasy project by auditioning for these gigs looking for talent right now.

“Skip Danger vs The Time Space Continuum”

An action short film is casting for its May shoot in Austin. Production seeks a lead male actor, aged 25–35, to play Skip, a supporting male actor, aged 25–35, to play Fred, and a supporting female actor, aged 25–35, to play Tara. All roles pay a flat rate of $200 for an estimated 12 hours of work. 

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“Green Screen”

A nonunion adventure feature film is casting for its July shoot in Vancouver, Washington. Production seeks a lead male actor, aged 24–40, to play Neil and a lead male actor, aged 24–40, to play Peter. Both roles pay $130–$240 per day for an estimated 15 days of work. Please note that both roles require hiking skills.

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“Death by Demon: A Bard of Bonny Glen Mystery”

A narrative podcast set in a fantasy world is casting voiceover talent for its upcoming remote recording sessions. Production is filling multiple roles, including a male voiceover actor, aged 30 and older, to play Hermes, a female voiceover actor, aged 30 and older, to play Meriel, and a female voiceover actor, aged 30 and older, to play Keshida. All roles pay a flat rate of $200 for an estimated five hours of work.

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“Hard Redemption”

A nonunion action-adventure feature film is casting for its June 20–28 and July 10–19 shoot in the San Francisco area. Production is filling multiple roles, including a supporting male actor, aged 35–60, to play Chuck, a supporting male actor, aged 18–30, to play Edgar, and a supporting female actor, aged 18–30, to play Montrese. The role of Chuck pays a flat rate of $300 for an estimated two days of work. The roles of Edgar and Montrese pay a flat rate of $600 for an estimated four days of work.

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“Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood”

A nonunion play is casting for its July 5–28 run in Alpine, Texas. Production seeks a supporting all genders actor, aged 30–60, to play Friar Tuck and a supporting male actor, aged 18–40, to play Little John. Both roles pay $1,200 per month for an estimated two months of work. Please note that the role of Friar Tuck requires sword fighting skills, and the role of Little John requires stage combat skills. 

Want this gig? Apply here.

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