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WELCOME TO THE PLAYBILL CASTING AND JOBS AREA. Step 1: Fill out the Job Details form below.
Step 2: Fill out the Billing Information form (credit card required).
It's that easy! The Posting Rate is currently $29.95 (USD). Job listings run on Playbill.com for 30 days from date of approval. Approval may take up to 2 business days from the time you submit your listing.
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What Does Anonymizing an Email Address Mean? This is a new feature offered to people who post job notices on Playbill.com. Because a publicly posted email address can be harvested by spammers, Playbill offers a free service that assigns a temporary, anonymous email address that forwards emails - resumes and job applications - to a job poster's real account. After 30 days, the temporary account expires so spam can no longer be sent to the job poster's account.

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Any auditioners under 18 should be accompanied by an adult.
Playbill will strive to approve a job listing promptly, but there may be up to a 2 business day delay.
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Playbill.com Reserves the Right to:

- Post and/or remove any job or casting notice at its own discretion; in such a situation, the client posting the notice will receive a full refund.

- Make necessary technical or grammatical edits.

All job and casting notices will remain pending until reviewed by a Playbill.com staff member. Submitted notices will be posted within 2 business days.

Job notices that will not be accepted:

- Any notices where we are unable contact the poster via email or phone.

- Adult Films, DVDs or Websites.

- Projects that require the actors to pay a fee to audition or participate. (Established Non-Profit, dues-paying theatre companies may be exempted).

- Projects that require the actor to register, create a profile and/or submit through another online database or website. (Online registration forms for Reality TV or game shows exempted.)

Internships:

As per the United States Department and Labor's Fair Labor Standards Fact Sheet #71 a six-point test that must be satisfied completely by private sector employers before an internship is considered legal, including:

- The internship must be similar to training that would be given in an educational environment

- The internship experience must be for the benefit of the intern

- The intern must not displace regular employees

- The employer must derive no immediate advantage from the activities of the intern; in fact, its operations may actually be impeded on occasion.
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