In today’s roundup, Shakespeare on the Sound is currently casting “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” and you have the chance to play Puck, Oberon, and more. Plus, a pair of Netflix shows are seeking background to portray skiers and funeral mourners, and a short film about forbidden love is looking for its leads.
“A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM” Shakespeare on the Sound is currently casting Equity and non-Equity actors for an upcoming production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Male and female talent, aged 20–55, are sought for the show’s major roles, including Theseus/Oberon, Philostrate/Puck, and more. Actors with excellent facility with the text and great movement are especially sought. There will be a script workshop May 14–18 with rehearsals beginning May 22 in New York City. Performances run June 13–July 1 in Norwalk, Connecticut. AEA roles will pay $522 per week and non-AEA roles pay $400 per week. Travel is provided for all actors. Apply here!
“OZARK” Netflix’s “Ozark,” starring Jason Bateman, is casting its second season. Male and female talent, aged 35 and older, are sought to portray a mix of business types,
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