Broward County is celebrating its 100th birthday with a special mega-production Broadway show in October featuring local talent.
Neil Goldberg, founder of Cirque Dreams and a Broward resident, will donate his talent and theatrical expertise as a gift to residents of Broward County.
Officials are holding a casting call in Pompano Beach from March 9 through March 18.
"The casting call is open to all creative disciplines including theater and dance companies, opera, symphony, bands, choirs, street performers, poets, artists, specialty acts, singers, dancers (ballet, hip-hop, ballroom, tap, jazz, contemporary, etc. ), performance troupes, musicians, actors, audio/visual, visual artists, technology advancements and every other creative talent. Auditions are open to performers, artists and dreamers of all ages. More than 20 disciplines will be selected to compose this premier theatrical event," a media release said.
The Broadway-style show will take place on October 2nd and 3rd, at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale.
To set an audition appointment, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
South Florida participants who are chosen will be and may receive the chance to receive a $10,000 gift from the Neil Goldberg Dream Foundation.