Title: Disney Movie “Magic Camp” Kids & Teens for Lead Roles
Date: 15 September 2016 | 3:28 pm
Do you dream of starring in a Disney movie? Your dreams could come true! Disney auditions for their upcoming movie “Magic Camp” are now being held. Disney casting directors are seeking kids between the ages of 12 and 14 years old to star in the film. Online auditions are being held and auditions are being held in the San Francisco, California area. The movie be filming in Los Angeles from October of 2016 through January of 2017. If you think you have what it takes to be the next Disney movie star here is your chance to shine bright!
About Disney’s “Magic Camp”
A failed magician goes back to the camp where he learned his skills to help a group of misfit kids find their magic and try to win a camp competition against all odds. The movie is being directed by Mark Waters (Freaky Friday, Mean Girls, Mr. Poppers Penguins) and is being produced by Suzanne Todd (Alice in Wonderland, Memento, Austin Poers) The movie is to be distributed by The Disney Studios Motion Pictures. It is rumored that Steve Martin will star in the Disney movie.
What They Are Looking For
Disney casting calls are being held for three major roles. They are looking to cast the roles of Theo Moses, Priya Patel and Kaz Katada. Child actor auditions for the Disney movie are being held by self submit video auditions.
Theo Moses [Male, 12 Years Old, African American or Mixed Race] – Bright but shy, Theo dreams of becoming a magician.
Priya Patel [Female, 14 Years Old, Indian American] – Priya is Theo’s crush and the most attractive girl at magic camp
Kaz Katada [Male, 12 Years Old, Asian] – Kaz is nerdy and awkward on the outside, but a charmer at heart.
How to Apply
Online auditions are being held for Magic Camp. In person auditions are being held in San Francisco, California. To schedule an audition in San Francisco, email a photo and all contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org If you have what it takes to be the next Disney movie star, apply today!