African American Performer Needed
We are now casting for a face character: The Frog Princesses
Currently we are casting specifically for our Enchanted Winter Ball held July 20th in Camden.
It is a musical evening of family entertainment and there will be 30 prinscess/prince/fairy characters as part of the show.
You will be required for only 3 rehearsals. Everyone July 13th mandatory.
Then based on your availability june 27th, 28th, 29th or 30th.
Rehearsals will be in Llandilo near Penrith and food will be provided.
Pay is $50 per show to cover your expenses + profit share if there is any.
We may also have ongoing work for you, if you are interested in the fields of CHILDRENS BIRTHDAY PARTY ENTERTAINERS , MERMAID TANK SHOWS, FACE PAINTERS & MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMERS. This pay ranges from $60-$500 per 2 hour gig.
We get gigs from the central coast all the way to canberra. We are based in western sydney however we all work together to get our high quality costumes around.
We do not require everyone to have a drivers license unlike other party businesses but we do require a confirmation to trust that you have other reliable ways to get around.
We are looking for singers, actors, models or a dancer to portray this role.
You do not have to be a triple threat.
Experienced not required but considered.
We are looking for people who:
-Work well in a team and individually
-Available to work on some weekends
-Outgoing and bright
-Passionate about making people happy
A self tape may be requested, however we will just have a talk over the phone based on your experience on your profile.
Audition / Rehearsal / Production datesSHOW: July 20th.
DRESS REHEARSAL: July 13th
rehearsals: (not needed at all) June 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th.
Paid - $50 per show. Unpaid rehearsals.
The Frog Princess
The Frog Princess has a southern accent and is sassy, smart and independent.
MUST BE AVAILABLE JULY 13th & 20th.
Females, aged 18 to 30 from New South Wales, Australia
- Skin color: Black, Brown, Olive
- Located in New South Wales, Australia
- Joined June, 2010