Disney’s biggest hit animation film that released in 2013; Frozen has been one of the most iconic films for young children and families too all over the world. The story is about two sisters, Elsa and Anna and how their strong family bond and connection has kept them so close over the years after their parents died in the sea; they have managed to overcome any difficulties that life has thrown at them, with the help and support of each other. The movie has left such a huge impact on everyone, from young children to even adults, that nobody can stop singing their catchy songs like ‘Let It Go’, which was main soundtrack of the movie and was on the top charts for one of the longest periods of time.
For The First Time in Forever is now going to be one of Frozen’s sing along celebrations to give all the Equity members to participate and be a part of their childhood one last time. It is a musical where adults will be able to dress up and act as princesses and princes in a fairytale world with entertaining songs to sing along to.
Roles and Casting Details
The casting company for the play is now looking for actors to play some of the roles for the lead characters of the story. Both males and females are required and it will also be a paid job. Find out more details by reading the information given below:
- Males and females are both required for the acting roles and should be equity members
- All the actors must be between the ages of 18 to 40 years old
- All ethical backgrounds are encouraged to apply for auditions, there are no restrictions on race
- The contract is by Walt Disney and the actors will all be paid a minimum of $16.53 per hour
- The actors do not require any singing skills as the roles required for the play are not singing roles
- If you are planning to apply as an actor for the play, you must bring your equity membership card with you to the auditions
- The call type for this play is non-required principal
- There will be no monitors provided, the producers will be handling the auditions
Princess Anna: If you are planning to audition for the role of Princess Anna, you must be at least 5’3 to 5’7 in height. Anna’s character is a clumsy, cute and sweet girl. She is very adventurous and outgoing and likes to make new friends all the time. This character has no signing role and is a non-required principal actor.
Queen Elsa: If you are planning to audition for the role of Queen Elsa, you must be at least 5’3 to 5’7 in height. Elsa’s character is the Queen of Arendelle. She is beautiful, charming and courageous. She too, is friendly and outgoing like her sister is, but she is quite a bit reserved that her sister. She would do anything for her family. This character has no singing role and is a non-required principal actor.
Kristoff: If you are planning to audition for the role of Kristoff, you must be at least 5’10 to 6’2 in height. Kristoff’s character is a tough guy, but he’s also handsome, charming and humorous. Kristoff is an ice harvester in Arendelle and he falls in love with Anna. He also supports and loves his Queen Elsa and will help Anna and Elsa with anything they need. This character has no singing role and is a non-required principal actor.
If you think you are suitable for any of the roles given above for the play, you can apply now and show up for the auditions with your resumes and your head shots. The last date for auditions is on the 10th of August 2016. Male and female actors are encouraged to apply and should be punctual to the auditions.
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