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Kevin Skinner America's Got Talent 2009 in Las Vegas at Planet Hollywood Casino (Photo credit: bcbusinesshub via Wikipedia)

America's Got Talent is a popular TV series featuring a variety of performers competing to be the winner with a Las Vegas show of their own.  

The finalist and many of the favorite and top acts will also appear in the America's Got Talent Live Tour  after the TV competition ends.  So this is a great opportunity to break into the big time.

Don't miss your chance when they come to a city near you.

Find the city closest to  you below.
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Debbie's Angels Productions is holding auditions for its popular revue Broadway After Dark.  This is a racy, rowdy revue of some of Broadway's biggest hits including songs from Chicago, Rent, Gypsy, Smokey Joe's Cafe, etc.  They are looking for men and women. You will be performing songs, dances, scenes and monologues from various shows when you audition so please be prepared.

  • Must be 18 years or older.
  • 32 bars (a verse and a chorus) of a Broadway song.  If you don't know any Broadway songs, prepare a pop, rock, gospel or country song.  Bring sheet music if you have it but also be prepared to sing acapella.
  • If you are NOT a singer, please prepare a 1-2 minute comedic or dramatic monologue.
  • Bring a headshot and resume if you have it.   If you don't, no worries. Just come anyway!

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Debbie's Angels Productions is seeking a music director for their Spring theatre classes.  You must be able to read music, teach vocal parts and play the piano.  There is some pay.  Please email your resumes to  Looking for someone in the Onslow County or surrounding areas of North Carolina. 

A lion in Mount Royal park in Winter

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The New River Players will hold auditions for The Lion in Winter at Coastal Carolina Community College on January 23rd and 24th.  A play by James Goldman.  Auditions are open to the public.

Henry II, King of England - Male, 50
Queen Eleanor - Female, 61
John - Male, 17
Geoffrey - Male, 25
Richard the Lionheart - Male, 26
Alais Capet - Female, 23
Philip II, King of France - Male, 18

Drunk Father

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Battered But Not Broken, a play by Charleston native Cindy Wilson about surviving abuse, will be holding auditions next weekend at Kanawha Players Theater. 

"Justina Blessing will suffer the consequences of both parent's actions.  She will meet a man Sebastian Blessing, that by all appearances seems to be the opposite, of what she has experienced as a child.  What she thinks is a dream come true, will turn out to be a nightmare.  Justina will triumph over obstacles, that would have destroyed most women.  She will live and she will learn.  Hopefully the lessons she learns, will teach all of us about ourselves.  What doesn't kill us, should make us stronger.  She will prevail, but not without a fight."



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Debbie Millwater of The Murder Mystery Company Carolinas is looking for a few new actors for her troupe.

  • Leading men to play detectives.
  • Character actors.
  • Supporting actors and actresses.
  • Photographers
  • Singing or secondary talents a bonus.

  • Audition this week.
  • If selected attend mandatory training this Sunday, January 8th from noon - 5:00 pm.

For more information contact Debbie at:

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The Old Courthouse Youth Theatre in Concord, North Carolina is holding auditions for Broadway Babies next week.  

  • Ages 10 - 18
  • Be prepared to sing a verse and chorus from a Broadway musical.
  • No recorded music.
  • Accomaniment provided.

Auditons for Broadway Babies
Monday, January 9th and Tuesday, January 10th
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
49 Spring Street, Northwest
Concord, North Carolina

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Hendersonville Little Theatre will be holding auditions this week starting Monday for Harps & Harmonicas, a comedy by Linda Escalera Price.  

  • 2 men and 3 women needed.
  • Ages 34-62

"What happens when your husband of 41 years - the only man you've ever dated or kissed - dies? If you're Cynthia, you embark on a Road Trip with your daughter's best friend and suddenly find yourself a bit over your head in a world you never really new existed. In Harps and Harmonicas, a provocative coming-of-age comedy for seniors, worlds collide as three women must define and redefine themselves and their relationships with each other."

Monday, January 2nd and Tuesday, January 3rd
7:00 pm
The Barn
State Street
Hendersonville, North Carolina

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Auditions for Season 9 of So You Think You Can Dance will be underway in January in Atlanta, Dallas, New York, Salt Lake City, and Los Angeles.

So You Think You Can Dance is an unscripted series where participants skilled in many forms of dance such as ballet, break dancing, salsa, swing, jazz, etc... will compete to be America's Favorite Dancer.  Last years winner, Melanie Moore, received $250,000, was featured in magazine articles and advertising, while also participating in the 2011 So You Think You Can Dance Tour in 32 cities.

Thursday, January 5th
8:00 am
The Fox Theatre
660 Peachtree Street, Northeast
Atlanta, Georgia

Portrait of Marlon Brando, "Streetcar Nam...

Marlon Brando as Stanely Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire (Public Domain Image by Carl Van Vechten via Wikipedia)

Auditions for A Streetcar Named Desire will take place mid January in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.  The play will be presented by Theater of the American South at the Boykin Cultural Center from May 11th through May 27th.

Blanche DuBois and Stanley Kowalski are at odds with one another in this Tennessee Williams play about a southern lady who assumes the air of virtuosity but is hiding her fading glory, alcoholism, and other secrets.  She visits her sister Stella in New Orleans where Stella's husband Stanley does not warm to his wife's sister and the conflict begins.

Saturday, January 14th
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
UNC Center for Dramatic Art
Gimghoul & Country Club Rd
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Auditions: Dance Theatre of Harlem

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The Dance Theatre of Harlem perform Dialogues ...

Dance Theatre of Harlem performs Dialogues  (Public Domain Image by Martha Swope via Wikipedia)

The Dance Theatre of Harlem is looking for highly trained classical dancers.  Audition dates are set for San Francisco, Miami, Chicago, and New York.   You may also audition by sending in an audition video.

  • Repertoire includes classical, neoclassical and world-premiere ballets.
  • 30+ week contract.
  • Health benefits.
  • National and International touring.
  • Pre-registration recommended.
  • Bring resume, headshot and full-body dance photo.
  • Women must audition on pointe.
  • Audition fee: $20.00 in advance online, or $25.00 (cash only) in person.
  • Pre-registration is recommended for those who audition in-person only.

Auditions: King Lear - Hickory, NC

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Auditions for King Lear will be held by the Hickory Community Theatre Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Rehearsals will start in January.  Performances in March.

  • Need 12-18 men and women 18+.
  • Be prepared to read from script.
  • Scripts can be checked out for 48 hours with a $10 refundable deposit.
  • Dress in clothing that you can easily move around in.
  • No flip-flops.

Audition for King Lear
Wednesday, December 14th & Thursday, December 15th
7:00 pm
Hickory Community Theatre
30 3rd Street
Hickory, North Carolina

For more information contact Pam at:

Drunk Father

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Battered But Not Broken is a play by Charleston native Cindy Wilson about surviving abuse.  Auditions are from 3:00 pm - 9:00 pm today at Kanawha Players Theater. 

"Justina Blessing will suffer the consequences of both parent's actions.  She will meet a man Sebastian Blessing, that by all appearances seems to be the opposite, of what she has experienced as a child.  What she thinks is a dream come true, will turn out to be a nightmare.  Justina will triumph over obstacles, that would have destroyed most women.  She will live and she will learn.  Hopefully the lessons she learns, will teach all of us about ourselves.  What doesn't kill us, should make us stronger.  She will prevail, but not without a fight."


Bring Headshot, Resume', Music

Sunday, December 11th
3:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Kanawha Players Theater
309 Beauregard Street
Charleston, West Virginia

To learn more about the play see:  

Auditions for To Kill A Mockingbird will be held at the first of December in Concord, North Carolina.  A play based on the book by Harper Lee about racial injustice and lost innocence.  Base on an event that happened near her hometown of Monroeville, Alabama  in the 1930s.
Downtown Concord as it appeared during the 1930s

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SCOUT: a young girl about to experience the events that will shape the rest of her life, she should, ideally, seem as young as nine. She has such an important role to lay, however, that it will probably be necessary to cast an older girl in the part. Scout is courageous and forthright. If a question occurs to her, she'll ask it.

JEAN LOUISE: She's Scout, grown older, looking back on the time she was the young Scout, looking for answers to questions that still exist in her memory of that time. She isn't connected directly to the people in the play, though on occasion there's almost a communication between them. What is happening on stage is Jean Louise re-living the dramatic time of her youth in her mind. There should be a subtle suggestions about her appearance and manner that suggests Scout-grown older.

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Central Park (Image by David Shankbone via Wikipedia)

Auditions for Barefoot In The Park will be held at the beginning of December.  This is a Rock Hill Community Theatre production of the Neil Simon play.  

  • Corrie Bratter - Mid 20s woman who in newly married.  Free spirited and impulsive.
  • Paul Bratter - Mid 20s - early 30s.  Practical, hard working, attorney husband.
  • Ethel Banks - 50+ - Corrie's plain, loving mother.
  • Victor Velasco - 50 + - Handsome, debonair, exotic upstairs neighbor.
  • Harry Pepper - The telephone repairman.
  • Delivery Man - Old man who has to deliver a package to the 5th floor walkup.

Auditions for America's Got Talent

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Vector image of the Las Vegas sign.

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America's Got Talent is searching for entertainers for the next season of their hit show.  If you have an act worthy of Las Vegas then now's your chance!  Pre-registration is underway and casting calls are scheduled for the following cities.

November 12th & 13th
8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Tampa Bay Convention Center
333 South Franklin St.
Tampa, Florida

December 10th & 11th
8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Anaheim Convention Center
800 West Katella Avenue
Anaheim, California

January 14th & 15th
8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Austin Convention Center
500 East Cesar Chavez Street
Austin, Texas

Saturday, February 4th
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sunday, February 5th
8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Charlotte Convention Center
501 South College Street
Charlotte North Carolina

Lucky Car Key

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The Hickory Community Theatre will be auditioning for Becky's New Car on November 14th.  

  • Need men and women 18 and older.
  • Ethnic diversity encouraged
  • Dress in clothes you can move comfortably in.
  • Rehearsals: 7:00-10:00 pm Monday - Thursday beginning November 21st.
  • 8:00 pm Fridays and Saturdays, January 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28, February 3 and 4;  7:30 pm -Thursday, January 19
  • All actors must be at all performances

Open Audition:
Monday, November 14th
Tuesday, November 15th
7:00 pm
Hickory Community Theatre
30 3rd Street
Hickory, North Carolina

For more information email:

Stage Door Theatre Breaks in London

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The North Carolina Black Repertory Company is holding open auditions at the end of October for actors, singers, and dancers.  

  • Actors, dancers, and singers prepare monologue no longer than 2 minutes.
  • 2 songs.  One up tempo with movement and a ballad.  32 bars of each.
  • Dancers:prepare a choreographed dance and one song.
  • Bring accompaniment (CD, cassette, pianist, etc...)
  • Photo or headshot (8x10 or 5x7).
  • Resume'
  • Call to schedule appointment.

Casting Call: Walt Disney World

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Walt Disney World Resort

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There will be a casting call for Disney Character look-alikes today at 4:00 pm in Kissimme, Florida.  This is for actors to perform in front of guests at meet and greets, parades, and stage shows. Pay is $12.40 per hour and will give you a chance to develop as an actor while gaining grace and poise at using your improvisational skills.

  • Disney Princes and Princesses
  • Females: 5'3" - 5'7"; Males: 5'10" - 6'0" 
  • Tiana 
  • Rapunzel
  • Cinderella
  • Aurora
  • Belle
  • Ariel
  • Snow White
  • Aladdin

Carson McCullers

Carson McCullers (Public Domain Image via Wikipedia)

Auditions for The Heart is a Lonely Hunter will be held on Monday in Spartanburg, North Carolina,  Students of USC and the community are invited to participate.  

The Heart is a Lonely Hunter is a play adapted from the novel by Carson McCullers.  This was her first book and was completed in 1940.  She wrote the book while living in Charlotte, North Carolina in two different houses, one on Central Avenue, the other on East Boulevard.  It is considered one of the top 100 best English language novels.

The stage play by Rebecca Gilman and directed by Doug Hughes premiered in Atlanta, Georgia in 2005.  It is about a character named John Singer and focuses on the struggles of four of his acquaintances: a diner owner, an African American doctor, a tomboyish young girl, and an alcoholic labor agitator

The play will be presented by The Shoestring Players of the University of South Carolina Upstate on November 17th through November 20th.

Monday, October 10th
7:00 pm
Humanities and Performing Arts Center
Proscenium Theatre
800 University Way
Spartanburg, South Carolina

For more information contact Jimm Cox at: