The CSA, in an initiative led by Vice President Russell Boast, is making its next big move in Hollywood’s inclusion efforts and kicking 2018 off with a second diversity open call, this time for actors with disabilities.
On Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018, CSA members in cities across the U.S. will hold open auditions for both union and nonunion performers to get face time with actors who might not be on their radar. Casting directors in Los Angeles, New York City, Atlanta, Georgia, Chicago, Illinois and more cities are seeking professionally trained talent looking to have a career in the performing arts.
Auditions will consist of reading a prepared two-page scene of the actor’s choice and the opportunity to work with the CDs who would like to expand their network of underrepresented and undiscovered actors while understanding the community.
Read more at: https://www.backstage.com/news/casting/csa-will-hold-open-call-performers-disabilities/
and sign up to audition at: https://www.backstage.com/casting/casting-society-of-america-inclusion-and-diversity-open-call-for-performers-with-disabilities-200496/