Tag Archives: supernumeraries

Supers or Extras Needed for Upcoming Production of Moby-Dick

by Celeste Hart

ATHLETIC, AGILE, ADVENTUROUS, AND UNAFRAID OF HEIGHTS? ~~~~ OPEN CALL FOR SUPERNUMERARIES FOR TDO’S FALL PRODUCTION OF HEGGIE AND SCHEER’S MOBY-DICK ~~~~ MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 7:30 p.m. at The Dallas Opera Rehearsal Center (Karayanis Rehearsal Production Center) 4301 S. Fitzhugh, Dallas, 75210 ~~~~ Share the Winspear stage with opera’s best and brightest! Respond by noon, […]

AUDITION NOTICE – SHOW BOAT!

by Celeste Hart

THE DALLAS OPERA  SEEKS DANCERS, ACTORS and SUPERNUMERARIES FOR GREAT AMERICAN MUSICAL ~~~~ AUDITION DATES: January 15, 16, and 17, 2016             DALLAS, TX, January 8, 2016 – The Dallas Opera is pleased to invite talented local dancers, actors and supernumeraries to audition for SHOW BOAT, which opens Friday, April 15 and runs through Sunday, May 1, […]

Dallas Opera Wants to Take YOU Higher

by Suzanne Calvin

The supers, or non-singing extras, that performed the duties of deckhands in our 2010 world premiere production of “Moby-Dick” have been immortalized in scads of photos in books and publications around the world.  You could be next.  Read on. Media Alert     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, December 5, 2014 Contact: Suzanne Calvin 214.443.1014                            Or […]

Desperately Seeking Supers

by Suzanne Calvin

  Well, okay, “desperately” may be too strong a word but we’re still signing folks up for the shirtless non-singing roles in AIDA, opening on Friday, October 26th. More details from Carl Hoover at the “Waco Tribune”. Those with perky pecs and awesome abs can apply for a modestly paid role in AIDA right here.  Please note […]

Walk Like an Egyptian

by Suzanne Calvin

Don’t let the photo distract you. If you are a physically fit gentleman between the ages of 18 and 50 and have no qualms about being seen in public sans shirt then, “Come to Mama.” No, sorry, I meant “sign up now” to become a non-singing extra or supernumerary for the Dallas Opera’s upcoming production […]

Many Are Called and Many Will Be Chosen

by Suzanne Calvin

Is your body temperature between 97 and 100 degrees Farenheit? Do you have a detectable pulse? Do you own a watch and have a penchant for showing up on time? Do you enjoy playing “dress-up”? Can you fake emotions for anyone other than your in-laws at Christmastime? If you answered “yes” to all of these compelling questions, […]