• Project Type: Other
  • Pay Status: Paid
  • Production Company / Studio: iam8bit
  • Location: Austin
  • Start Date: Sunday, January 6, 2019
  • Shooting Schedule: 6 weeks
  • Wrap Date: Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Via iam8bit:
Currently seeking talented performers for “Passport to: Iron City” an innovative extremely ambitious new immersive project in Austin.

This experience is massive with cutting edge design will require a large cast to pull off potential for four months work from January through April 2019 will be very high profile with full marketing & press push and lots of attention especially during SXSW.

Shows will run six days per week Tuesday through Sunday. This set been elaborately & expertly designed in Austin. This project is tied into the release of a major studio feature film so it will be very high profile and an excellent opportunity to perform for hundreds of people per week. This includes the opportunity to perform for many people in the industry weekly.

We are casting actors to fill a wide variety of roles all based around being citizens of the last human city on earth iron city the shows are immersive and combine elements of theater and escape rooms so they’ll be lots of one on one interaction with audience members. Seeking comfortability with improv.

Role descriptions:
Female or male ages 18-60 diversity encouraged.

You are a citizen of the last human city on earth the year is 2563 and the city is a melting pot of cultures collage. Going from very real to gritty to dramatic but also being friendly and personable outgoing and capable of maintaining character while interacting with live audience members. Immersive interactive alternative theater and or escape room experience is a huge plus but not a requirement.

  • Accepting video auditions only
  • All actors paid hourly, $15, non union

If interested please submit videos with subject line “Iron City Auditions" to alitaexperienceaustin@gmail.com.


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Project posted January 3, 2019