Casting: Nationwide

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MIAMI TALENT CASTING FOR NATIONWIDE SPORTS COMMERCIAL!

Casting NATIONWIDE for ALL TYPES of people who do UNIQUE TRICKS, PARKOUR, CIRCUS, OR STUNT PEOPLE to be featured in a commercial for a sports and outdoor retail store.
SUPER FUN spot featuring athletic people of all ages who do everyday sports or outdoor activities with a NEW, FUN TWIST OR TRICK. Real people doing extraordinary things in a fun and interesting way. We are open to individuals who do tricks either by themselves or with family and/or friends-individuals, pairs or groups who do them together (Ex: father & son who do something fun on a bike together).WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

KIDS WHO DO TRICKS WITH BACKPACKS OR SNEAKERS
Male or Female / Ages 8 – 18 / All Ethnicities
Kids who do fun tricks or stunts with their backpacks or sneakers. Maybe twirling backpacks. Maybe juggling sneakers. Open to ideas!

ADULTS WHO DO TRICKS
Male or Female / 19 – 50 / All Ethnicities
People who do fun outdoor or sport oriented tricks. We are looking for all kinds of different twists on sports or fun tricks. It can be stunts or tricks on bikes, sporting equipment, indoor or outdoor activities. Can be done by yourself/solo, or with friends or family. We are open to anything!

KIDS WHO DO TRICKS
Male or Female / 8 – 10 / All Ethnicities
Kids who do fun different twists on outdoor activities or indoor sports oriented tricks. We are looking for all kinds of different ‘tricks’. Maybe you do interesting things with a soccer ball or bicycle or jump rope. Maybe you do something different on gym equipment or something unique outdoors. Can be done by yourself/solo, or with friends or family. We are open to anything!

CIRCUS/STUNT PEOPLE

Male or Female / 18 – 50 / All Ethnicities
People who do circus type moves and tricks – things like aerial acrobatics, walking on balls, jump flips, etc. We are looking for all kinds of different twists on sports, sports equipment, or fun tricks with outdoor activities. Can be done by yourself/solo, or with friends or family. We are open to anything!STUNT COORDINATOR
Male or Female / 25 – 60 / All Ethnicities
Seeking a stunt coordinator who is non-union and can help us with the stunts and tricks that will be portrayed on this spot. Please SUBMIT a pic and resume and include notes about your experience with these kinds of sports related stunts with your submission.
*Role Rate: TBA (will be different than performer roles)

HUNTERS, ARCHERS OR FISHERMEN WHO DO COOL TRICKS
Male or Female / 19 – 65 / All Ethnicities
Hunters, Archers or Fishermen who do cool tricks. We are open to anything! Maybe you can do fly fishing with a basketball, maybe you can shoot a bow and arrow that makes a basket. We are looking for ALL KINDS of different twists on sports or fun tricks or outdoor activities. Can be done either by yourself/solo, or with friends or family.

MATURE ADULTS WHO DO TRICKS
Male or Female / Ages 50 – 65 / All Ethnicities
Adults over 50 who do fun tricks or twists on sports or outdoor activities. We are looking for all kinds of different twists on sports or fun tricks. Maybe you do fun ‘tricks’ on gym equipment. Maybe you do some kind of stunt on a bicycle. Can be done by yourself/solo, or with friends or family. We are open to anything!

PARKOUR PEOPLE
Male or Female / 19 – 50 / All Ethnicities
People who do parkour type tricks and moves. We are looking for all kinds of different twists on sports or fun tricks with outdoor activities. Can be done by yourself/solo, or with friends or family. We are open to anything!

DEADLINE IS ASAP

Shoot: May 31st – June 9th
(Talent may not be needed all dates but should be avail for all.)
Shoot Notes: Includes travel days, rehearsal/fitting days & shoot day.
Shoot Location: TBD – Possibly Orlando, FL

Please note all castings are intended for Barbizon graduates registered with Barbizon Placement ONLY. Full casting and submission guidelines are emailed to the Barbizon Placement Division. Please send any casting inquiries to Placement@barbizonusa.com. For more information about Barbizon visit https://www.barbizonmodeling.com.

Casting: Nashville, Tennessee

America’s Got Talent is seeking the next big star in Nashville, TN. Auditions will be held at Music City Center from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM. All talent will need to create a performer profile and select an audition time. If anyone under the age of 18 is attending you must go to Special Requirements and read the rules prior to attending. For more information please email placement@barbizonusa.comwith “AGT” in the subject line.

Casting: National

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Kat Erangey Casting is seeking qualified talent for “Little Big Shots” national search.  For more information please email placement@barbizonusa.com with “Little Big Shots” in the subject line.

Do you have a talented youngster whose talents need to noticed? Here is your opportunity to showcase your talented kid.

Steve Harvey will be coming back with another season of “Little Big Shots” and now holding online auditions / video auditions to find a new crop of talented kids to take the stage.

“Little Big Shots” is a variety show showcasing young talent. The series airs on NBC, is hosted by Steve Harvey and produced by Ellen DeGeneres. “Little Big Shots” just premiered a few weeks back and has already been renewed for season 2. The show is now holding a worldwide search for talented kid singers, actors and dancers that are under the age of 13.

“Little Big Shots” wants to see your child’s amazing talent, and all talents are welcome to apply. No matter your talent – singing, dancing, music, acting or just the ability to make people laugh, you can submit your child to the show for consideration.

The show is searching high and low, best of all; these online auditions are open to amazing kids worldwide. That’s right; you do not have to live in the United States in order to be considered for the show. Kids from around the globe are able to audition for this NBC show.

According to the show’s IMDB page – Comedy heavyweights Steve Harvey and Ellen DeGeneres team up to put a fresher face on network television’s talent roster as executive producers of this new pint-sized variety show. Harvey does double duty, also serving as host to the children who take the stage to display talent and accomplishment, which is made more impressive by their ages. In addition to showing off their wide range of talents, the extraordinary youths engage in interviews and conversations with Harvey, often with hilarious results.

Interested in getting your kid on “Little Big Shots”?

From Executive Producers Steve Harvey and Ellen DeGeneres comes a new variety series showcasing the nation’s most extraordinarily talented, quirky and fun kids. Host Steve Harvey (“The Original Kings of Comedy,” “Family Feud”) will chat and even go toe-to-toe with these child prodigies, eliciting plenty of hilarious and heartwarming moments. From pint-sized break-dancers and piano virtuosos to kids who have surprising talents or just make us laugh, these gifted performers will slay us with their cuteness and wow us with their accomplishments, proving once and for all that talent is born, not made.

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WE ARE BACK! SHARE WITH ALL YOUR FRIENDS!

CASTING SEASON TWO OF AMERICA’S FAVORITE NEW FAMILY SHOW!

LITTLE BIG SHOTS!

SEARCHING WORLDWIDE FOR THE MOST TALENTED AND CUTE KIDS AGES 13 AND UNDER!

SUBMIT 

  • NAME
  • AGE
  • WHAT IS YOUR TALENT?
  • CITY
  • PARENT NAME AND CONTACT
  • VIDEO LINK (Do not send downloads)

Casting: New York City, Chicago, Orlando, Miami

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PLEASE READ ALL DETAILS FOR THIS AUDITION*

Le Reve: The Dream is currently seeking the following: gymnast, acrobats, martial arts specialist, diver, cheerleader, aerial artist, circus arts specialists, if you fall into these groups you will need to complete a strength test. They are also seeking synchronized swimmers, dancers and comedic actors. Le Reve has promised a fun filled audition process, in a very relaxed environment. All candidates will be required to pass a swim test, so you must be prepared with a swim suit, towel and goggles if needed. The swim test will consist of a controlled jump (feet first) from a 15 foot platform into the water, an endurance swim of 200 meters (non-stop), tread water for 10 minutes and 65 foot underwater swim without coming up for air.

 

The audition process for the Generalist (gymnasts, acrobats, trapeze and circus artist, divers, cheerleaders and martial artists) begin with a strength test. (Please do not bring apparatus or rigging as we do not watch any specific “act” during the audition process. Please feel free to submit your demo for review.) Our strength tests include:

  • Rope Climb – Climb to 10 feet using your arms only (legs in pike position as you climb up and down the rope, in a controlled arm over arm climb and ascend). Squat Thrusts – In a continuous movement for 45 seconds, you must go through a full squat position every time. Four-way Physio ball – With your shins holding the ball, you must hold a pushup position for one minute; then with your calves balancing on the ball, you must hold yourself in a flat position for one minute. With your legs crossed and ankles holding the ball, you must hold your body in a supported position from one elbow/forearm for 30 seconds and repeat on other side. Pushups – With your chest within four inches from the ground, men should complete 18 pushups and women 14 pushups. Weighted Squats – Holding 20 percent of your body weight, complete 20 squats in 30 seconds (knees at 90 degrees while keeping chest up). Skin the Cat – Must keep legs straight and feet cannot touch bar going through to the extended hanging position (only selected candidates will be asked to complete this exercise). Hanging Abdominal Crunch – Hanging from a bar, your hands must remain locked behind head and you must sit up and touch your elbows to the bar (your legs will be held for you). Hamstring Stretch – Hands must reach past your feet while standing on an elevated surface. Standing Long Jump – Men must jump eight feet and women six feet.

 

The audition process for a synchronized swimmer begins with a short routine taught by our aquatic choreographer. After that, you will be asked to improvise to two different kinds of musical selections. The first musical selection will be soft and melodic, and the next will be percussive or aggressive. On this improvisation, it is very important that you are not doing a synchro routine. We do not want to see movement that looks like stereotypical synchro; we want to see an emotional performance that is interesting to watch and captivating. Think about acting with your face and eyes, not impressing by executing technical synchro movements.

After some time in the pool, you will then be asked to complete the strength and endurance tests. Included in these tests is a specific test for “vertical skills.” We look for a high and stable vertical position. You will be required to hold the vertical position for 10 seconds and then rest for 15 seconds. We will ask for five continuous repetitions of this exercise. These tests are designed to give us an idea of your capabilities.

After the strength tests for synchro swimmers, we move on to the dance portion of the audition. You will be taught a dance routine and then again, you will be asked to improvise to two different musical selections. We understand that this is not a comfort zone for synchronized swimmers, but it is important for us to see how a candidate interprets the music and takes theatrical direction.

 

The audition process for a dancer begins with the performance of a dance routine taught by our resident choreographer audition team. After that, you will be given some direction for improvised movement and asked to improvise to two different kinds of musical selections. The first musical selection will be soft and melodic and the next will be percussive or aggressive. This is a good time to showcase any special acrobatic or flexibility skills that you have, while focusing on the direction given for the performance.

Dancers will then be asked to complete a short series of strength tests designed to give us an idea of your capabilities.

 

We ask that all comedic actors come to the audition with a prepared comedic monologue that is no more than one minute in length and a physical, non-verbal comedic sketch. We usually will also do varied acting improvisational exercises.

Also, you will be asked to complete a short series of physical fitness and strength tests. You will be asked to demonstrate five regulation pull-ups (hanging from the bar, arms straight pulling up to a position with your chin over the bar and hands gripping the bar level with arm pits). You may grasp the bar in either direction as long as your hands are shoulder width apart.

 

Locations and Dates:

March 7th, New York City at 10 a.m.

March 9th, Chicago at 11 a.m.

April 26th, Orlando at 8:30 p.m.

April 29th, Miami at 10 a.m.

 

For more information please email placement@barbizonusa.com with “Le Reve” in the subject line.