Currently running at the Prince Edward theatre, West End, Disney’s Aladdin, directed by Casey Nicholaw (The Book of Mormon, Dreamgirls) features all the songs from the classic Academy Award®-winning film including ‘Friend Like Me’, ‘A Whole New World’ and ‘Arabian Nights’ . The lead roles of Aladdin and Jasmine are taken by rising British stars Dean John-Wilson (Here Lies Love) and Jade Ewen (In the Heights) with Broadway’s Trevor Dion Nicholas making his London stage debut as the Genie.
The production is now looking for dancers and singers to join the cast of Aladdin – Monday 16th January 2017 9am – 2pm
- Excellent, athletic, technically trained male and female dancers with very strong technique in all styles, including tap, with excellent singing voices.
- Male dancers with acro, gymnastic and/or tumbling skills a plus but not essential.
- Excellent male and female singers who dance well to make up the ensemble.
- Some will play featured roles.
- Playing age 20s-30s.
Closing date for applications is Monday 16 January 2017.
- The casting of Aladdin strongly encourages actors of all ethnicities and cultural backgrounds to attend.
- You must be 18 years old or above and eligible to work in the UK.
- Contract type is 1 year fixed term from 5 June 2017, plus 6 weeks rehearsal time prior to this date (with a possible option to extend)
- SOLT/Equity rates apply to salary.
- Please do not arrive before 08:00
- Register when you arrive on the day, bring CV and photo stapled together.
- Be warmed-up and ready to dance at call times below.
- Male dancers wear comfortable dance gear, bring jazz shoes, tap shoes and knee pads.
- Female dancers wear comfortable dance gear that shows the body line and bring character heels, heeled tap shoes and jazz shoes.
- Dancers and singers to bring sheet music to 16 bars of a musical theatre song that shows your full range. There will be a pianist on the day.
- No backing tracks please.
- Please bring water.
- Registrations from 09:15 (last registration at 14:00)
Find out more here
Read TBB’s 76% #OutOf100 review of Aladdin here