KPOP (Broadway) – Equity Video Submissions (Deadline 05.22.20)
Producing Org TBD
New York, NY
$2168/week current min.
CONCEIVED BY WOODSHED COLLECTIVE + JASON KIM
BOOK BY: JASON KIM
MUSIC + LYRICS AND MUSIC PRODUCTION BY: HELEN PARK
MUSIC + LYRICS BY: MAX VERNON DIRECTOR: TEDDY BERGMAN ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR: SEONJAE KIM CHOREOGRAPHER: JENNIFER WEBER ASSOCIATE CHOREOGRAPHER: BO PARK MUSIC DIRECTOR: SUJIN KIM-RAMSEY PRODUCERS: TIM FORBES + JOEY PARNES
Casting: Tara Rubin Casting/Claire Burke, CSA (viewing audition videos)
Rehearsals to begin in NYC on or around January 2021
Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit.
Due to COVID-19 and Social Distancing Efforts, accepting Video Submission Auditions in lieu of live EPAs in NYC.
Seeking submissions from Equity members only for principal roles. See breakdown.
SM and ASM positions are currently available.
MWE Late 20s. Female. This character is Korean. Must speak Korean. The label’s legendary solo artist on the decline. Ambitious, deeply insecure, defined by fame – she was raised to be a star and is fully a creature of the pop-machine. She needs a killer voice, charisma for days, and an ocean of subtext — a Wagnerian heroine trapped in a musical. Principal.
JUNY 30s. This character is Korean. MwE’s new boyfriend. A civilian presence amidst the pressurized, high stakes world of Korean Pop. Loving, supportive, handsome in a down to earth way. He is MwE’s escape route. We must fall in love with him. Principal.
RUBY 40s. Must speak Korean. Female. The head of the record label, who is now running the operation solo after her husband’s death. A promising singer before the label’s ambitions eclipsed her own, Ruby has grown into a powerful CEO hell bent on guarding her empire. Principal.
HARRY 30s. A Sundance sensation who’s hired by the label to direct a concert documentary. He’s a “woke” dude, an artist, an auteur. He believes himself to be a humanist, a millennial Martin Scorcese, and a man for whom the work comes before all else. Principal.
EPIC This character is Half-Korean, half-American. The newest edition to the group F8 who has given up a career in American music to become a KPOP star. And he is just that, a star. G-Dragon and Justin Timberlake all rolled into one. Shortsighted and narcissistic at times, his attempts at ingratiating himself to the rest of the band come off a horrible clunky. Principal.
Please submit a video of yourself singing a short contemporary K-pop or Pop song. Please send your video via private link to: firstname.lastname@example.org We’d like to receive your video by May 22nd, 2020. Please attach a picture and resume to your email.