The Constable Care Performance Company - Western Australia
Well-paid, ongoing casual acting roles in children's theatre - Paid
Casting no. 359978 Western Australia, Australia
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Looking for paid, ongoing part-time acting work that offers flexible hours and leaves you free to pursue other acting opportunities at the same time? Want to join a company of dedicated actors using puppet theatre, interactive drama and film and video production to entertain and educate children about safety and crime prevention? If you are a young professional actor, like to travel and think you have what it takes to star in this role then this opportunity may be for you.
Becoming a cast member of the Constable Care Child Safety Foundation provides a unique opportunity to practice and develop your acting skills in a well-paid but demanding performance environment – our company members need to memorize eight scripts at a time, play up to six roles per show, and sometimes perform up to five times a day. The ability to drive and a love of adventure are also important, as we regularly perform in regional areas and travel by small plane and 4WD to remote indigenous communities in the Pilbara, Kimberley and Central Deserts regions of WA.
If you are 21 or over and live in Perth, have graduated from a recognised acting course, have a full driver’s license and think you have what it takes to perform for children, then contact us and send us your acting CV and a photo. We usually audition for new cast members every six months, and our next audition process is expected to be in late Nov / early Dec 2012.
Location: Western Australia, Australia
Payment details: $34 per hour performing, $24 per hour rehearsing
Applications to this casting call require:
- A phone number
- A profile photo
Constable Care Performer
Young professional actors who are comfortable performing for children. Must be able to obtain a Working With Children card and have a current driver's licence. Existing puppetry skills an advantage but not essential. Must be physically fit as role involves loading/carrying of props and sound gear in/out of vehicles to attend school-based performance venues.
Any gender, aged 21 to 30 from Western Australia, Australia
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Listing created: 25 June 2012
Applications closed: 30 October 2012
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