External Opportunities

From time to time we get casting call requests from external film and theatre companies. Where appropriate, we will post these casting calls below.

Please note that enquiries must be directed to the specific company and not SYT.

Also it is the individual's responsibility to make the necessary checks on the company involved. SYT can not vouch for the quality of the opportunity or the company involved.

 If you would like to us to assist with your casting, please complete this form then email it to enquiries@scottishyouththeatre.org

External Casting Opportunities

We currently have 3 casting opportunities

Male and Female Actors/Presenters aged 17 to 19 Wanted

Fancy becoming the face of a national campaign targeting obesity in Scottish secondary schools.?

Totalize media plan to film a series of videos, challenging young people to eat healthier and exercise more. 

The successful candidates would present or provide voice-over for these videos, so they need the presenters to be both outgoing and friendly but to also be clear and engaging. 
You would also be need to be available for further filming throughout the year from August 2017, after the campaign launch at the end of August.

Deadline to apply 28 April.

Find out more by clicking here.

Two young performers needed for a new film

Kathleen Crawford Casting are looking for a young boy aged 5 - 8 (who can pass for 4 - 6) and a young girl aged 7 - 9 (who can pass for 6-7) for a new film called Country music

About the characters

WYNONNA 
The character comes from a very normal/modest background and is recognisably Glaswegian.

Wynonna took on responsibilities at a young age, looking out for her brother Lyle when her mum wasn’t around (their gran has been bringing them up while their mother was out of the picture for a year or two) This has made her a serious, earnest and doleful little creature. She is quiet and introverted, but she sees everything going on around her, and she can always intuit her mother’s precarious array of emotions.

LYLE 
The character comes from a very normal/modest background and is recognisably Glaswegian.

Lyle is a chatterbox with hilarious Glaswegian humour. He has recently picked up a few cheeky words, and is always playing energetically - whether that’s impersonating his gran, being a fireman or chirping away to himself.

How to apply
Please send your contact details, child’s name, DOB and age with your council area (for child license info) and info of ANY drama experience they have to -  country@kahleencrawford.com 

 

Four Scottish teenagers required for a film

A comedy thriller directed by Ninian Doff

Shooting for 5 weeks around June-Aug 2017 tbc

The story centres around four teenage Scottish boys who embark on the Duke of Edinburgh Award but things soon take a turn for the worse. The language the teenagers use is typical of today’s teenagers and therefore fairly colourful…

Actors are requested to send the casting agency  a self-tape to begin with before they decide whether to ask you back for a recall with the director and producer.

Actors should send a headshot and contact details to office@colinjonescasting.com and they will be in touch if they think you are suitable for one of the roles.

 
Events that may be of interest

Music for Youth:EXCHANGE

Friday 2nd June 2017, 10am

SWG3, Glasgow

Music for Youth's Exchange gives young performers from across Scotland the chance to learn from established artists and be inspired by industry professionals and their peers alike. Hosted by BBC Radio Scotland’s Vic Galloway, Exchange is a whole day of workshops, performances, advice, networking opportunities, a marketplace, and a line-up of speakers covering a whole range of useful topics.

Musicians also have the chance to be seen, and get their music heard by performing live for audiences throughout the day.

To register for the day or to apply to perform click here

 

Boys Ballet Masterclass at Royal Academy of Dance

Sun 30 April 10am - 2:45pm

A high-tempo workshop for male students focusing on male ballet technique and choreography, and led by a male teacher. Fo rmore information visit www.rad.org.uk

 

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