Voice Actors Wanted in Pennsylvania for Children’s Exhibit

09/11/2014

Voice actors, need some extra money for the holidays?

A kids exhibit will be doing some shows during the holiday season and is looking to hire some voice actors to speak “Northpolian“. This is a paying gig that pays an hourly wage of $40 per hour and will be performed on the weekends with a work day that will be 6 to 12 hours long. The casting directors are expecting voice talent to work between 42 and 57 hours during the course of the show.

Mosser Casting is looking for talented voice actors ages 18-40 years old to help bring a Social Expressions traveling exhibit to life allowing kids to talk directly with the Northpole. The voice talent will work from a studio in downtown Pittsburgh using a Communicator to interact with kids in a different city each weekend.

Actors will not be on camera, only their voices will be heard. The voice talent will provide live responses in “Northpolian” character creating experiences that Kids, Moms and Dads will remember forever.

Actors MUST have the ability to think on their feet and MUST be available to work the following weekends:
– November 14-15 (Friday and Saturday)
– November 28-30 (Black Friday (Day after Thanksgiving), Saturday and Sunday)
– December 5-7 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
– December 12-14 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
– December 19-21 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)

Pay is $40 per hour and everyone should expect to work 6-12 hour shifts, which could begin in the very early morning. Total would be 42-57 hours between 5 weekends. You may not work everyday if you have a conflict.
If interested in being considered, please email a headshot and RESUME to mossercasting.talent@gmail.com. Please include your name, age, location and phone number.

INDICATE IF YOU ARE REPRESENTED BY A TALENT AGENT.

You should put “VOICEOVER” in the Subject line.

Voice actors for childrens holiday exhibit in PA
Thanks!



One thought on “Voice Actors Wanted in Pennsylvania for Children’s Exhibit

  1. nathan Houser

    I would be a great voice over for this but I live in Michigan, oh well there goes another opportunity!

    Reply

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