Cate Blanchett to Play Lucille Ball in Aaron Sorkin-Penned Biopic -- 'America's Got Talent' Renewed for 11th Season at NBC -- Bill Wolff Named Showrunner of Chelsea Handler's Netflix Talk Show -- Gloria Allred Legal Drama in the Works at CBS -- Syfy Renews 'Killjoys,' 'Dark Matter' for Second Seasons -- Wes Craven, Horror Maestro, Dies at 76 -- 'Under the Dome' Canceled at CBS After 3 Seasons -- 'Saturday Night Live' Adds New Castmember for Season 41 -- Kyle Jean-Baptiste, History-Making 'Les Miserables' Actor, Dies at 21 -- VH1 Abandons Plans for 'Hindsight' Season 2 -- The Hollywood Reporter
Thursday September 3rd 2015


Obamacare Health Insurance Commercial

Seeking Males and females ages 21-35 or so. All ethnicities welcomed. If you have this type of insurance, please submit pic and contact for further details. Shoot is end of Sept, week of the 25th.  Recipients from Texas, will have all travel expenses paid by production to come and shoot in Miami.  You will need to avail for travel for 3 days.(prior and after shoot)



Walt Disney World Entertainment in Lake Buena Vista, FL is Seeking dancers and physical performers for featured roles in a new offering at the Walt Disney World® Resort, near Orlando, FL. Dancers and Actors with strong communication skills using movement are needed to tell a story. These silent narrators orchestrate all the action to convey the spirit of an ancient and timeless celebration.

No appointments. First come, first seen. Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend. Must be over 18.

Time & Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2015 10 AM – Auditions begin / both Male and Female Dancers Sign in at 9:30 AM

Where: Debbie Reynolds Studios 6514 Lankershim Blvd N. Hollywood, CA 91606

Please prepare a 2-minute piece that best demonstrates your skills/specialties. You may also be asked to learn a combination and/or perform an improvisational piece. Bring any music for your piece in the following format: iPod/Android device or CD. Bring picture and resume with you.




Source: Playbill

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