Seize the stage: Casting call for two talented male Asian actors in the USA.
Are you an aspiring male actor of Japanese, Korean, or Chinese descent between 20 and 30? Do you have a passion for tackling critical human rights issues through performance art? If so, this casting call is tailor-made for you!
A thought-provoking 10-minute play, set to be featured in the IHRAF-sponsored festival, seeks talented actors to bring its powerful narrative to life. This is not just a chance to showcase your acting prowess; it's an opportunity to be part of a production that addresses pressing human rights matters, ensuring your performance resonates on a profoundly emotional level.
What's In Store?
As a cast member, you'll embark on a journey that includes:
- Rehearsals: Your commitment to scheduled rehearsals will be the bedrock of this production. Don't worry about clashing schedules; rehearsal times are flexible to accommodate your availability.
- Character Development: Working closely with the director, you will delve into your character's psyche and create a portrayal that captures the play's emotional depth and the gravity of the issues it confronts.
- Performance: On December 10th, 20XX, at The Tank in New York, you'll step onto the stage, delivering a performance that leaves a lasting impact. Your dedication and professionalism throughout will be essential.
- Promotion: Leverage your social media and personal networks to amplify the play's reach. Your efforts will not only promote the play but also contribute to spreading the essential human rights message it carries.
- Collaboration: A harmonious ensemble is the cornerstone of any successful production. Join hands with the director, fellow cast members, and the production team to ensure a seamless and impactful performance.
Who We're Looking For?
We seek male actors of Japanese, Korean, or Chinese descent, aged between 20 and 30, who possess:
- A genuine interest in human rights issues.
- A solid commitment to professionalism and reliability.
While prior acting experience is preferred, it's not mandatory. We welcome aspiring actors with open arms, recognizing the potential waiting to be unearthed.
While this opportunity is non-paid, the rewards are immeasurable. You'll gain invaluable exposure in a festival sponsored by IHRAF, an organization backed by influential figures like Amy Poehler, Senator Chuck Schumer, and Barbra Streisand. This experience could be the launchpad your acting career needs, and it's an opportunity to lend your voice to promote vital human rights messages.
How to apply?
Check out the casting call breakdown below to audition for a role in the upcoming casting call.
Casting Call for Two Male Asian Actors
Job Responsibilities: We are seeking two male actors of Japanese, Korean, or Chinese descent, aged between 20 and 30, for a compelling 10-minute play as part of the IHRAF-sponsored festival. The play's subject matter is provocative, touching on critical human rights issues, and promises significant exposure to the performers. As part of the cast, your responsibilities will include:
- Rehearsals: Attend scheduled rehearsals leading up to the performance. Rehearsal times will be minimal and flexible to accommodate your availability.
- Character Development: Work closely with the director to develop and portray your character effectively, understanding the play's emotional depth and the issues it addresses.
- Performance: Deliver a powerful and engaging performance on December 10th, 20XX, at The Tank in New York. Maintain professionalism and dedication throughout.
- Promotion: Promote the play through social media and personal networks to help maximize exposure for both the play and IHRAF.
- Collaboration: Collaborate with the director, fellow cast members, and production team to ensure a successful and impactful performance.
- Male actors of Japanese, Korean, or Chinese descent.
- Age between 20 and 30.
- Passion for and interest in human rights issues.
- Strong commitment, professionalism, and reliability.
- Acting experience is preferred but not mandatory. We encourage aspiring actors to apply.
- This is a non-paid opportunity.
- While there is no financial compensation, the benefits include invaluable exposure to a prominent festival sponsored by IHRAF, an organization supported by influential figures such as Amy Poehler, Senator Chuck Schumer, and Barbra Streisand. This experience can provide a significant boost to your acting career and contribute to the promotion of critical human rights messages.
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