Union and Non-Union Auditions
A national site providing casting and job notices for performers and behind-the-scenes talent. Annual subscriptions to their digital and print magazine gives you access to their resources and forums that support working actors.
Call Sheet features details about thousands of top casting directors, talent agents, managers, production companies, theaters, schools, film festivals, open mics, and more.
Search the Call Sheet database to find the latest information about premier entertainment-industry companies and film, TV, and theater productions across the U.S.
In 1999, Performerscallboard began as a mailing list for children’s casting announcements. The following year, the scope expanded to adult actors and crew. Since then, over 10,000 cast and crew opportunities have been shared with PCB subscribers.
PerformersCALLBOARD is a email list that announces Casting Calls, Crew Calls, Performance/ Tech/ Administrative/ Intern/ Volunteer Opportunities and theater/film related positions. Our purpose is to send these opportunities directly to actors and crew and to promote performerscallboard.com.
Announcements include paid and unpaid opportunities in film, TV, theatre, dance, voiceover, promo, printwork, showcases, staged readings, extras casting, crew and more.
Actors and Crew — Join to receive announcements of opportunities in the areas of film, television, theatre and more. Subscribers receive cast and crew announcements through email. To request a Subscription Information Packet, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Filmmakers, Theatre and Production Companies, etc. — Post casting or crew call to this group of actors and crew in the Pacific Northwest. You do not have to be a subscriber to post an announcement Send cast and crew announcements to: email@example.com with “Posting” in the subject.
Northwest Film Forum Callboard
1515 12th Ave
Seattle WA 98122
The mission of the Northwest Film Forum’s Callboard is to help films get made in Washington. If you are working on a film or video project in the Seattle or Washington State area, you can use the Callboard to look for grips, gaffers, screenwriters, editors, actors, graphic designers, sound recordists, composers, set builders, or anyone else you need—paid or unpaid. You can also post requests for locations and equipment. Before you begin, you must have a Google account and sign in. Also, please read the User’s Guide on the website.
The Callboard is hosted by Google Groups and supports these four primary activities: Post, Respond, Invite, and Search.
123 Boylston Avenue East, Suite A
Seattle, WA 98102
The SAG-AFTRA Seattle Local represents members working in Alaska, Idaho,
Montana and the state of Washington.
SAG-AFTRA members can login for casting notices.
Casting Announcements: seattleactor.com/news/modules.php?name=ANews
Anyone can announce an audition on SeattleActor.com. SeattleActor.com also
provides relevant industry reviews and news articles. Submit audition online
with this link.
Theatre Puget Sound (TPS)
P.O. Box 19643
Seattle, WA. 98109
Theatre Puget Sound members and non-members can announce auditions through the TPS audition callboard and list-serv. Posting an audition is free and membership is not required. TPS Membership is required to view complete audition listings.
TPS also hosts general, regional auditions every year in either January or February. Members and non-members are welcome to be auditors at this event.
Portland Area Theatre
1507 SW Morrison St
Portland, OR 97205
General auditions: portlandtheatre.com/page-18091
Producers, theatre and film companies as well as individual artists must be PATA members to announce auditions. PATA also produces General Auditions for the Portland theatre community.
Actors Equity Association (AEA)
Actors Equity Association (AEA) hosts phone audition hotlines by city and location as a service to its members. Auditions are also listed under "Casting Call" on the AEA website.
Breakdown Services, Ltd.
Breakdowns are complete synopses of the characters contained within scripts. Breakdown Services staff writers read scripts provided by casting directors and create over 600 television and feature film Breakdowns in various locations around North America every week. Breakdowns include episodics, pilots, feature films, movies for television, commercials, print projects, theater, student films, industrials, reality TV, and many other types of projects that require acting talent.
Approved breakdowns are sent in real-time through its websites at breakdownexpress.com and actorsaccess.com. Talent representatives and actors are able to instantly view the Breakdowns and submit their clients' pictures, resume and videos via the websites to casting directors.