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Microsoft Atlanta Commercial Casting Call (Pay is $1,500)

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May 3, 2018 Sunnyvale / CA / USA - Microsoft logo at the company's office building located in Silicon Valley, south San Francisco bay area - Image (Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com)

Microsoft commercial casting call for actors in Atlanta, Georgia.

Microsoft commercial casting directors are now casting actors to work on scenes filmed in Atlanta, Georgia on December 13, 2022. 

Producers are looking for the following talent: 

Everyday People

  • Ages: 18+
  • All ethnicities
  • Beautiful faces of Atlanta

Dancing Kids

  • Appears ages: 10-13 years old
  • Appears African American
  • Must be experienced in Ballet / Jazz/ Lyrical

 Bike Girl

  • Appears ages: 10-13 years old
  • Appears Lationa/o, Hispanic, Indigenous
  • Must be able to ride a bike

Female Singer

  • Age: 18+
  • Appears African American
  • Must be a very strong singer
  • Will be required to submit a self-tape
  • Must know the song "Balm in Gilead"

Teen Friends

  • Appears ages: 14-18
  • Actual friends that love the museum
  • Can submit as a group or individual

 

Actual Mom and Baby

  • Appears ages: 20-30
  • Appears African American
  • Baby Appears ages: 6-12 months

How to apply?

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$1,500 Microsoft Commercial Casting Call 

Work Dates: 12/13

-Shoot can last -/+12 hours /Must have open availability/ Dates subject to change

Location: Atlanta, GA area

-Must have reliable transportation. Location may be outside of the perimeter. 

Rate: $500/8

Usage: $1000

Non-union/ 2 years in perpetuity

Now Casting the following background talent.

Everyday People

  • Ages: 18+
  • All ethnicities
  • Beautiful faces of Atlanta

Dancing Kids

  • Appears ages: 10-13 years old
  • Appears African American
  • Must be experienced in Ballet / Jazz/ Lyrical

 Bike Girl

  • Appears ages: 10-13 years old
  • Appears Lationa/o, Hispanic, Indigenous
  • Must be able to ride a bike

Female Singer

  • Age: 18+
  • Appears African American
  • Must be a very strong singer
  • Will be required to submit a self-tape
  • Must know the song "Balm in Gilead"

Teen Friends

  • Appears ages: 14-18
  • Actual friends that love the museum
  • Can submit as a group or individual

 

Actual Mom and Baby

  • Appears ages: 20-30
  • Appears African American
  • Baby Appears ages: 6-12 months

Interested in Dancing Kids Role? Apply Now

Interested in the Bike Girl Role? Apply Now

Interested in a Female Singer Role? Apply Now

Interested in Teen Friends Role? Apply Now

Interested in an Actual Mom And Baby Role? Apply Now

Acting Tips for the Microsoft Commercial

  1. Speak Confidently: When acting, confidence is critical! You'll need to project your voice and ensure it reaches the back of the room. Make sure you practice speaking loudly and clearly so that your words are heard. Additionally, avoid using filler words (such as "um" or "like") when delivering lines—these can be distracting and detract from your performance.
  2. Listen Carefully: Listening is just as essential as speaking in acting. Pay attention to other actors on stage and respond accordingly. It's also important to listen carefully to directions from the director; this will help ensure you take the right approach with a scene or monologue.
  3. . Rehearse Regularly: Practice makes perfect! Rehearse your lines and movements regularly to become comfortable with them. The more you rehearse, the more confident you will be when it comes time to perform. Additionally, rehearsing allows you to identify potential issues with a scene or monologue before opening night.
  4. Commit to Your Role: As an actor, you must commit fully to your role and bring energy to every performance. This means getting into character and delivering your lines earnestly. With this approach, you'll be sure to captivate your audience!
  5. Embrace Mistakes: Acting can be intimidating, especially when mistakes happen during performances. Actors must learn from these experiences—don't be afraid to make mistakes, as this will help you grow as an actor. Remember that even the most experienced actors have made mistakes before—it's all part of learning and developing your craft!
  6. Have Fun!: Above all else, remember to enjoy yourself when acting! Take time to appreciate what you are doing and the work that goes into it. The more fun you have on stage, the easier it will be to put on an excellent show for your audience. So embrace your role and let loose—you'll be sure to wow your audience with a fantastic performance!
  7. Maintain Focus: Finally, the focus is essential when acting. It can be easy to get distracted or lose sight of your objectives, but staying focused on the scene or monologue is critical. Taking a few moments before each performance to center yourself and ensure you are ready to give your best effort will pay off! With focus and dedication, you'll be sure to make a lasting impression on your audience.

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