Looking for Netflix Auditions? You’ve come to the right place.
Love them or hate them, Netflix is the most popular streaming service out right now and they produce some of the most binge-worthy series as original movies.
No wonder you’re thinking about landing a role!
With so many new shows and movies being released, there is certainly no shortage of auditions and casting calls.
Netflix Auditions: Everything You Need to Know
Netflix is no longer a disc-in-themail, ankle biting competitor to Blockbuster.
They’re a powerhouse, a force to be reckoned with.
When you’re a production house like Netflix, you have options you want the best writers, produces and yes – actors!
With that being said, there are a few things you can do to increase your chances of acing a Netflix audition.
1. Truthful Acting Studios
Actors of any experience level can build a solid foundation in the craft of acting at Truthful Acting Studios. They specialize in their Master Meisner Program, but also offer classes and workshops in film technique, commercial acting, improv, monologues and auditioning. They also have a conservatory program for those who have completed all parts of the Master Meisner Program.
If you’re interested in getting started, their free industry seminars are a good place to start.
Address: 5542 Hansel Ave., Orlando, FL
Phone: (407) 917-5580
Specialty: The Sanford Meisner approach
- Set expectations
Most of the auditions you find, and most of the opportunities we post here are open casting calls.
These are typically smaller roles, background or extra work and they are welcome to mostly everyone to partake in (so long as you fit the description).
You won’t find many main character roles posted to the internet as open casting calls. However, it does happen.
- Beware of Scams
Do your homework, find out if the casting call is legit, find out who the casting director is for the show or movie and make sure everything matches up.
If they ask you to pay a fee in order to audition for a specific role, it’s most likely a scam.
If all else fails, take your mother’s advice – if it seems too good to be true, it probably is.
- Preparation is Everything
You can and should prepare. Do your homework, find out as much as you can about the role and become that character in preparation for your big day.
As an aspiring actor you can and should be taking acting classes and participating in your local theater.
It’s not likely that you will walk off the streets inexperienced and ace an audition.
Do you need a talent agency or agent to audition for Netflix shows and movies?
No, you don’t need an agency or agent to audition for Netflix, but it helps.
Here’s what we mean:
Most of the roles we post here and most of the roles you will find on other websites and social media are small roles, background or extra work, etc.
For these sorts of roles you can walk into an open casting call set and try to land the job.
For main characters and other large roles typically private auditions are held and these are arranged between talent agencies and casting directors.
Do you need experience to audition for Netflix shows and movies?
No, especially not for smaller roles or background work, but it absolutely helps.
We highly recommend you take acting classes and participate in local theater if you’re at all series about becoming a working actor.
Current 2020 Netflix Auditions:
As more 2020 auditions for Netflix are posted, we will add them to this page. Keep in mind, these are mostly for smaller roles and background/extra work.
The latest season of Stranger Things has wrapped and Stranger Things Season 4 Auditions will be held and taking place for filming soon. May 13, 2020: If you haven’t seen it yet, the official trailer…
2. Universal Acting
Led by industry professionals, the acting courses at Universal Acting truly prepare you for a career in acting. While they do offer classes for adults, their children’s program is the most expansive around — they have classes for children as young as four.
Not only do these classes help you develop your skills, they allow for you to be creative and express yourself in a safe environment, which makes the children’s program so successful.
Address: 99 SW 14th St., Fort Lauderdale, FL
Phone: (786) 291-0287
Tuition: $150-$350 per course
Specialty: Children’s acting
3. Art’s Sake Acting Studio
Art’s Sake is Florida’s leading film acting schools for adults. They offer Core Film Acting, Scene Stud, and Audition Workout classes to help actors of all experience levels polish their skills for a career in film.
Those who have completed the prerequisite classes may be invited into the Advanced Intensive, an elite-level course designed to take your skills to the next level.
Address: 680 Clay St., Winter Park, FL
Phone: (407) 629-4800
Tuition: $350 per semester
Specialty: Film acting
4. Orlando Shakes
In partnership with UCF, Orlando Shakes produces classic, contemporary, and children’s plays with William Shakespeare’s legacy at the cornerstone of the company.
They focus on using theatre as a way for children to develop life-long skills. They hold Saturday classes, summer classes, school field trips, workshops, and internships around forming basic theatre skills and exploring something new.
Address: 812 E. Rollins St., Orlando, FL
Phone: (407) 447-1700
Specialty: Shakespearean theatre
5. Creative Veins
Creative Veins is built on the values of respect, integrity, community, participation, humility, honesty, and discipline. Their high standards allow them to provide the best acting instruction in Jacksonville.
Their extensive course list is made up of 4-week courses covering everything from essentials to improv to stand-up comedy. They also offer private coaching and conservatory programs for those looking for more serious training.
Address: 337 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, FL
Phone: (904) 323-2471
Tuition: $149-$229 per 4-week course
Specialty: Stand-up comedy
6. Rocky Mountain Conservatory Theatre
The Rocky Mountain Conservatory Theatre is committed to helping children develop through theatre arts. In addition to summer camp, they offer classes at all their locations as well as private lessons in person and via video chat.
What sets RMCT apart from others is that they don’t just focus on acting technique, but on the lessons behind them. That way, children can grow up and successfully apply what they’ve learned to any profession or setting.
They also offer a select amount of acting classes for adults as well.
Address: 201 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL
Phone: (561) 962-1570
Tuition: $925-$1,775 for summer camp, $225 for 5-week sessions for classes
Specialty: Children’s acting
6. New York Film Academy | South Beach
They offer a range of degree, conservatory, and workshop programs for students interested in learning the best practices of developing, and acting in, films. Students are immersed in hands-on projects that get them involved in from the very beginning.
Address: 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, FL
Phone: (305) 534-6009
Tuition: $1,175 for 1-week workshop, $4,062 for 4-week workshop, $3,528 for 12-week workshop. Degree programs vary.
Specialty: Film acting
So if you’re looking to take the next step in your acting career, but don’t want to leave Florida, you’re in luck. If your next step is taking classes at one of these schools, you’ll be in good shape for a successful career.