Casting directors are now casting men and women with evening attire to work on the upcoming Amazon comedy pilot, “Mozart in the Jungle” filming in New York City.
Grant Wilfley Casting posted a casting call seeking Non Union men and women ages 30 to 80 to play upper class symphony audience members on November 18, 2013.
Still interested see the following Casting Call information below:
Seeking NonUnion men and women (ages 30-80) with appropriate evening attire (dark-colored suit or evening dress) to play upper class symphony audience members on 11/18 for Amazon pilot MOZART IN THE JUNGLE. Email recent pic, union status, phone number and avail for 11/18 to [email protected].
Mozart in the Jungle was written by Oscar-nominated writer and director Roman Coppola, actor and musician Jason Schwartzman, and Tony-nominated writer and director Alex Timbers. The project is based on the memoir Mozart in the Jungle by Blair Tindall. Mozart in the Jungle is all about sex, drugs—and classical music—and shows that what happens behind the curtains at the symphony can be just as captivating as what happens on stage.
“Many shows are in a single world; Mozart in the Jungle is an unusual show in that there are two worlds fused together. On one side is the high-level skill and sophistication that comes with classical music, and at the same time it’s a story that includes people rising up from the bottom, trying to make it in the big world. I love the sense of contrast, the high and the low, the refined and the more base—I hope audiences will love it too,” said Roman Coppola, co-creator of Mozart in the Jungle. “Amazon has been incredibly supportive and they have given us their blessing to make this show. We are very much in harmony and we feel lucky to be working with a partner that is so in sync with us and what we want to do. (Via)”