THE search is on for actors, musicians, performers, dancers and models to be part of the 2017 Wearable Art Mandurah Showcase.
Due to a capacity crowd in 2016, two shows have been booked for the 2017 season and a cast is sought to present garments and perform in the showcase on June 10 and 11.
Performers will work with Melbourne-based artistic director Helen Duncan.
People aged 14 and over are encouraged to audition on April 1.
Experience is not compulsory.
Roles available include an experienced showcase production manager, community choreographer, dance crew (about 10 performers), principal modelling cast (about 20 featured roles), modelling ensemble cast (about 20 roles), professional cast (four paid dance roles) and understudy.
The full-length theatrical production presents spectacular wearable creations from across Australia and beyond alongside professional theatre, dance and music.
Visit www.wearableartmandurah.com/showcase for more information.