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Calling All Actors and Singers!
Claude McNeal Productions, an Indianapolis non-profit arts organization, is auditioning for a filmed stage production to be aired for television later in September. Please reach out to email@example.com, and you will be sent the audition notice.. Auditions will be via online video submissions.
Dreaming a City, an endorsed community project for the Indianapolis Bicentennial Celebration, is set against the national backdrop of the turbulent 1960s and dramatizes the work of community leaders who sparked the beginning of many projects that subsequently turned Indy into a modern city.
When: Online Auditions through 8/1/20
Where: Online Virtual Auditions – Create your own video and submit online.
What: For Actors – submit a one-minute monologue
Who: Claude McNeal is the Founder and former Artistic Director of American Cabaret Theatre, and the President and CEO of Claude McNeal Productions, an Indianapolis-based non-profit arts organizations serving central Indiana.
For Singers – submit a one-minute song from the 60s or 70s
All – submit photo/resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Seeking: Actors, Singers, Actors/Singers who move well
All roles are paid! Ages 20 – 40
Rehearsals begin August 31 (adhering to safety guidelines)
Filming in late September
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