U.K. Now Casting: Female Actor Wanted for Lead Role In Sitcom ‘The Show’ + 2 More Gigs

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Wrap up the week with a shot at one of the great opportunities in today’s roundup, including the lead role in “The Show,” a sitcom based on a real startup seeking a female actor to play a stereotypical but attractive and confident geek. There are also roles for dancers in a children’s live show, and recurring gigs for child models and actors in a campaign.

“The Show,” a sitcom based on a real startup, is casting its first three episodes and is looking to fill a lead role. A Southeast Asian or Pacific Islander female actor, aged 18–35, is wanted to play the role of Si Fi, a stereotypical but attractive and confident geek. The series will rehearse the beginning of February and shoots the last week of the month in London. Pay is £100 per episode. Apply here!

Casting is currently underway for “What the Moon Saw,” a live dance show that tells the story of Jack, a brave seven-year-old boy who is taken on a magical journey by the moon. Male dancers, aged 18 and older, are wanted for the production. Talent must have strong contemporary technique with skills in floor, partner, and contact work. Experience in children's performance and outdoor settings is a plus, as is acrobatic or b-boy skills. The performance will run full-time for 12 months, starting in March, in Hereford. Competitive salaries, including gym memberships, pension contributions, 28 days annual leave, and per diems, will be provided. Apply here!

Child models and actors of all ethnicities, aged 4–18, are wanted for several up-and-coming campaigns for major bluechip clients through Majestic International. The gigs will run throughout spring and summer in the London area. Pay will be provided. Apply here!

Check out Backstage’s London audition listings!