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Casting for Male actor (mid 20s +) production of Anthony Neilson’s ‘Stitching’.

BlackLight Theatre Company is seeking a male actor (mid 20s +) for a November production of Anthony Neilson’s ‘Stitching’. This is an unpaid role, but profits will be shared.

‘Stitching’ will be staged in the Back Loft at La Cathedral Studios in Dublin, on November 24th, 25th, and 26th. Rehearsals will take place largely during evenings and weekends, but flexibility is a plus.

You can contact the company through:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blacklighttheatrecompany/
Twitter: @BlackLight2020
Email: blacklighttheatrecompany@gmail.com

Deadline for submissions: FRIDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2016, 5pm

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The Gaiety School of Acting’s new term of courses begins in October – book now!

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The Gaiety School of Acting is not affiliated with any of the castings on this blog unless otherwise stated.

Actors needed for touring production – Paid

Production Type – Theatre-in-Education ROI & NI Tour

Salary – €400 p/wk + expenses + accommodation on tour

Location – ROI & NI Tour

Production Dates – Audition Date: 8 September, Central Dublin
Rehearsals: 19 September – 23 September, Central Dublin
Tour: 26 September 2016 to 25 November 2016.
There is a one week break for half term WC 24 October 2016.

Production Details – One show tours post-primary/secondary schools in Ireland and Northern Ireland, raising the awareness of the problems caused by litter and promoting the responsible disposal of chewing gum and other litter to benefit the surrounding environment. The roles involve acting, presenting and facilitating with the audience so performers need to be confident working with young people in this way. The team consists of two actors, doing a minimum of two shows a day. Accommodation will be provided on tour. You will be responsible for the tour vehicle, ensuring you get in and get out of each show on time as well as the maintenance of props and kit whilst on tour. Applicants need to have a valid driving license.

Auditions and rehearsals will be in Dublin.

Doc: Doc is a typical mad scientist with crazy ideas. His role includes acting, presenting and interacting with the audience in a variety of different character roles as well as a facilitation role.

Taylor: Taylor is a quirky scientist who always reins Doc in when he wonders off. Her role includes acting, presenting and interacting with the audience in a variety of different character roles as well as a facilitation role.

Contact gabib@rapportgroup.com for more information.

Models/Actors Needed for Photoshoot

Clinic in Clontarf are looking for the following models for video and photograph shoot on Tuesday 30th August for new website and promotion material. There will be a professional photographer / videographer involved in the project, Dominique Davoust, and Philip O’Meara from Pathbridge PR and Marketing company overseeing the day.

1.) Attractive female in her 20s
2.) Attractive male in 20s
3.) Attractive female in her 40s
4.) Attractive male in his 40s
5.) Male or female aged 60 or above

Ideally, candidates would enjoy some form of exercise as a number of the shots will involve either a Physiotherapist or Strength and Conditioning Coach showing you some exercises +/- administering treatment (might be a chance to get some free advice / top tips / treatment in the process!).

Filming is scheduled for Tuesday 30th August at the clinic in Clontarf. There is a schedule for the day, so we are hoping that actors would only need to put 1-2hrs aside. If any more time is required, actors will be renumerated accordingly. We look forward to hearing from you!

Renumeration: €50 per two hours.

info@bodymed.ie

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The Gaiety School of Acting is not connected with any of the castings posted on this blog.

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The Autumn term for adult and kids classes start back in October – check out our full list of courses here. 

ROLE FOR A 12 TO 14 YEAR OLD BOY. UNPAID

Filmmaker is searching for a young looking 12 to 14 year old boy for a short video.Unfortunately, there is no budget for this but the film will be put forward to various festivals.
The young person must have a Dublin accent.
Its a main role in the short.
Young person must be accompanied by a responsible adult both to the auditions and on the shoot site.
Auditions will take place in a city centre location, date to be decided.
It will be a one day shoot.
If you’re interested, please send a head shot and a CV to
giantleapproductionsie@gmail.com

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The Gaiety School of Acting is in no way affiliated with any of the castings posted on this blog.

Two Actors Needed

Bethencourt Productions seek two actors:

One female, early twenties, South Dublin accent to understudy the leading role of Olwyn McVeagh in the current successful production of Easter Tuesday by John Lattimore. The understudy must be available to perform on September 4th & 18th 2016.
Terms are profit-share. Rehearsals are part-time and performances are Sundays only.

One  male actor late twenties South Dublin accent to do a voice recording for the play.
If you would like to audition, please email leo.beth@gmail.com with your CV (include height, dress and shoe size) and a short video introducing yourself (female actors), or soundbite (male actors); and to request a script.

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Unless otherwise stated, the Gaiety School of Acting is not affiliated with any castings posted on this blog.

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Volunteer Actors Needed for Research Project

Research Project: Effects of emotion on eyewitness memory The UCD Attention & Memory Lab are seeking actors (male or female) for a number of short videos which will be used in a study of eyewitness memory at the School of Psychology. All filming will take place on campus at UCD and will involve a total time commitment of 2-3 hours. The project will take place in late September/early October. The objective of this study is to examine the factors that predict good and bad eyewitness memory. This type of study can make an important contribution to the understanding of eyewitness testimony, which plays a crucial role in justice systems around the world. One factor that we are investigating is the effect of emotional state on memory.

We are aiming to make short videos (approx. 5mins each) with a positive, negative or neutral emotional tone. Positive videos will feature a friend reunion, negative videos will involve a robbery, and neutral videos will involve a shop transaction.

For further information, or if interested please contact: Francesca Farina, PhD Email: francesca.farina@ucd.ie Tel: 01 716 8337 Web: http://www.ucd.ie/psychology/attentionmemorylab

Acting for Camera Masterclass Offer

**SECURE THOSE CASTINGS**

This Saturday the 16th of July there will be a day long masterclass in screen acting with Kristian Marken.

Taking place from 10am-5pm at the Gaiety School of Acting in Temple Bar, the class will cover script analysis & preparation, blocking & staging, camera rehearsal and critique, among other vital elements for effective camera acting.

With a limited number of spaces available on the course, to ensure an intimate teaching environment, we are offering a maximum of 5 discounted places to GSA blog subscribers, who book online with the code GSABLOG5 before 5pm Tuesday.  The first 5 blog subscribers to book with this code will receive the place for €85 rather than the standard €100. Once the 5 places are filled, the code will no longer be valid – so post haste and book here now.

VOLUNTEER APPLICATIONS FOR THE 24th GAZE International LGBT Film Festival –July 28th – August 1st NOW OPEN

“Clock The Hair, Clock The Mug, Clock The Nails, Clock My Skirt!
Clock The Bag, Clock The Shoes, Now Punch The Clock It’s Time to Werq!”

They are not appendages! They are not accessories!
Their clothes don’t make them but their person makes our festival.

Our Volunteers are an enthusiastic, committed ‘family’ from The House of Gaze, filled full of sass, integrity and glittered good humour, who selflessly give up their free time to make sure that our audiences enjoy their Bank Holiday Festival Experience.

Volunteering is more than just a fantastic to experience the cinematic celebration that the festival brings to Dublin each year, but its presents a chance for those involved to become a ‘community’ that evolves far beyond the dates of the festival into the social and professional circles of The Arts & LGBT Scene.

They can be found from all ages, occupations, identities & backgrounds, generously lending themselves to staffing various departments and venues for the festival period. Their passion can be felt everywhere from the lobbies welcoming the patrons, to assisting with back of house duties with the Festival Hub and admin & production roles, to liaising with our guests in hospitality. The Family That Plays Together, Stays Together!

How to volunteer with GAZE International LGBT Film Festival?

Simply complete the Volunteers Application http://www.gaze.ie/contact/volunteer and email it back to us by July 15th 2015. Any questions, comments or queries please do not hesitate to contact us at volunteers@gaze.ie

Deadline for Applications is the Friday, 15th of July 2016 by 5pm sharp.

To close with a quote from the Grand Dame of Glamazonia!
‘Start Your Engines and may the best (wo)man win’
and remember
‘Don’t F*#K It Up!’

TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE VOLUNTEERS APPLICATION NOW OPEN

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