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Monday, December 29, 2008

Actors Wanted, And If You're Hot, I'll Be Waiting On The Couch

For the poor suckers that have to go back to work today, well, at least you have a job. For the rest of us, I swear I'll start blogging again as soon as I have time between all the holiday parties, seeing everyone visiting from out of town, my end-of-year-movie-catch-ups and eating way too much deserts. And isn't it nice to sleep in for once?

In the meantime, if you're an actor in New York and reading my blog. Well first of all, hello! And if I've ever slagged you in any way, you know it's in loving jest, right? hehe... he... er... ugh...

Anyways, ModFab is looking for some actors to be part of his staged reading of a show in early February '09 with a few rehearsals in late January. You can read about the details and his breakdown here or below. So go and be fabulous for ModFab and his company MadShag Performance Group and if you become famous, don't forget about me in the Oscar speech (or with the invites to any hot party).

Calling all actors! MadShag is seeking talented performing artists for its upcoming semi-staged reading of GILGAMESH, a multi-artist collaborative adaptation. Currently accepting headshots/resumes for:

MALE ROLES (1) - 25-50 yrs old, 5' 11" or taller, all races/types, voice and/or physical movement training a plus

FEMALE ROLE (1) - 25-35 yrs old, all races/types, voice and/or physical movement training a plus

FEMALE ROLE (1) - 35-65 yrs old, all races/types, voice and/or physical movement training a plus

REQUIRED AVAILABILITY:
Saturday, January 24, 2009 - 9AM-2PM (Read-Through/Rehearsal)
Friday, February 6, 2009 - 5PM-11PM (Rehearsal)
Saturday, February 7, 2009 - 1PM-10PM (Rehearsal/Reading)

Available and interested actors should email headshot and current resume ASAP to madshag@gmail.com. Auditions will take place in early January for selected applicants. Rehearsals and reading have no financial remuneration, but offer an excellent opportunity to work with eleven (eleven!) hot new playwrights and be seen by producers, artistic directors, and the NYC theatrical industry.

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