KIDZ BOP is looking for boys and girls ages 9 to 12 to become a member of the KIDZ BOP Kids! If you think your child’s got what it takes, send us a short performance video. They must be able to REALLY sing, dance and act. If they can also play an instrument let us know!
Your child will need to be able to travel, have a work permit and be in good standing (high grades) with their school.
Please reference the KIDZ BOP commercials, music videos and live tour videos online to see the caliber of talent we are looking for and the style of music and dancing that should be featured in the audition video.
Audition video is for casting purposes only and will not be shared.
Think you would be interested in submitting your child? All the submission instructions and choreography you need to learn can be found here!
3 major projects are looking for kids who are local to Atlanta!
WHEN: January, February, or March. (Exact dates TBD)
WHO: Talented Kids who can act and dance! Must be able to listen and take direction Seeking Ages: 6 months to 12 years old. All Ethnicities encouraged to submit!
HOW: Please submit via email to SoOfficialkids@gmail.com with Subject Heading: “KIDS CASTING”. Include the following:
- Kid’s name,
- Instagram – if they have it
- Parent contact number
- Kid’s photos, headshot
- any acting links
- resume (if they have it )
Please submit ASAP!
Jump into show business with this great article from Time Out NY Kids[/caption]
If your kid dreams of seeing his name twinkle on Broadway – TimeOut New York Kids has a crash course on breaking your child into showbiz. The article is packed with resources, websites, and details on how to self-submit your kid to agencies and casting directors for auditions, castings, and open calls.
Whether your child is into modeling, acting, dance or all three – this article is worth a read. There are a host of links and helpful resources.
*Update* Keep in mind this TONYK article was originally written in 2010 – however many of the resources are still just as timely today as they were then. As with anything, do your research and contact each business or organization directly.
Take Away: If you have the flexibility, the fervor, patience, and thick skin…oh and a child who actually wants to be in the biz…then give it a shot – but don’t get carried away. When it stops being fun – find something else do. TimeOut Kids has plenty of suggestions!