Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Get a Audition For Lead Role in "Jersey Boys" The New GK Film

Ok, actors. Here's a world wide open casting for a film!!

Want a chance to audition for a lead role in our big screen adaptation of ?

Check out your city for the local casting. Good luck.
job on Playbill.com details here!!
Ellen Lewis Casting
Category: Performer



FRANKIE VALLI-20-29 yrs old. 5’8” or under. Italian-American. A small, tenacious, scrappy kid from a tough neighborhood with an unusually high, clear falsetto. He is talented, hardworking and determined to succeed. ABILITY TO SING TENOR PART AND FALSETTO UP TO TREBLE G A PLUS.

BOB GAUDIO-20-29 yrs old. 5’10” or taller. Boyish, fresh-faced Bob is the keyboardist. Something of a boy genius, he is smart and savvy beyond his years. ABILITY TO SING TENOR/BARITENOR PART IN TIGHT HARMONY AND KEYBOARD SKILLS A PLUS.

TOMMY DEVITO-25-35 yrs old. Italian-American. A handsome, charismatic, smooth-talking operator with a quick temper, Tommy is a born hustler from a tough neighborhood and the essence of Jersey cool. ABILITY TO SING TENOR/BARITENOR PART IN TIGHT HARMONY AND GUITAR SKILLS A PLUS.

NICK MASSI-25-35 yrs old. Italian-American. A steady, sturdy, lumbering man of few words with a police record and a strong musical talent. ABILITY TO SING BASS/BARITONE PART IN TIGHT HARMONY AND BASS GUITAR SKILLS A PLUS.

Philadelphia Open Call
Saturday August 18th
Check-in from 9AM-1PM
The Kimmel Center
300 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19102 (at Spruce)

New York Open Call
Saturday August 25th
Check-in from 9AM-1PM
The Ailey Studios
405 West 55th Street, New York, NY 10019 (at 9th Ave)

PLEASE BRING a recent snapshot and resume.

IF YOU CANNOT ATTEND THE OPEN CALL please visit www.jerseyboysmoviecasting.com for further information about how to audition.

Union Information:

Ellen Lewis Casting

New York, NY 10013


Amelia McCarthy
Response Method(s):
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"Audition and Casting Call in 2012
Jersey Boys – Movie
One of the most heralded musical productions in Broadway history is finally getting the big screen treatment and you could be a part of it. Auditions and casting calls for the multiple award winning, crowd pleasing, Jersey Boys are set to be held soon for leading roles. This is your chance to star in one of the most highly anticipated films of all time.
Produced by GK films, the company behind Academy Award nominees Hugo and the Town and set to be directed by the superb talents of Jon Favreau (Iron Man, Cowboys And Aliens) Jersey Boys has blockbuster written all over it. The film will be a faithful adaptation of the long running musical telling the tremendous backstory of the fabulous American pop band of the mid sixties The Four Seasons complete with their amazing catalog of hit songs that propelled them to worldwide fame and induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. This is a production that truly has it all, an inspiring story of triumph and success, a script chock full of toe-tapping sing along hits and possibly the role of a lifetime for aspiring young talents. There has never been a bigger opportunity in Hollywood and now is your time to show the world your greatness. Lead roles in what could be the biggest musicals in film history are yours for the taking. Casting calls and auditions for up and cioming performers just like you are happening soon. if you are interested in being cast in this tremendous project you can submit yourself and find more information here jerseyboysmoviecasting.com/. More details will soon be available so keep checking back here for every update and leave a comment for us below and tell us why you should be cast in the sure to be hit movie musical Jersey Boys.
This film has it all. Hit songs, a fantastic director and creative team, all that is missing is you. Submit yourself today for lead auditions for Jersey Boys."


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