Get Your Halloween Costume Out And Audition Now For BATMAN LIVE!

The casting call is out! The Bat Signal has been switched on. Gotham city needs a new protector, a new silent guardian, a new Dark Knight! I received an email earlier today proclaiming that a new actor to portray Batman, Robin, Catwoman, Harley Quinn and The Joker are all required for a soon to commence production based on a seminal, American superhero. No, don't panic, it's not Chris Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises, instead this is Batman Live! - a live action €˜elaborate arena production aimed at kids and families€™ that tours the U.K. later this year! I've already got my two seats booked for Newcastle's opening night in late-July, but the show itself debuts a few days earlier on July 20th in Manchester before later hitting Glasgow, Sheffield, Birmingham, London, Liverpool, Nottingham, Dublin and Belfast. The show will then move stateside in 2012. And now you have the chance to win the role of a lifetime. Yes you could be BATMAN! Open auditions for the show are being held in London on Tuesday 25th as DC are casting a wide-net to fill their live-action Gotham universe. Think you got what it takes to take down The Joker? (I guess nobody will want to audition as Robin!) See below for the full details;
Male & Female actors (18 - 40 yrs) for the characters of BATMAN, ROBIN, CATWOMAN, JOKER, HARLEY QUINN Character costumes are encouraged Tuesday 25th January 2011 I.N.C Space 9-13 Grape Street London WC2H 8ED Registration: 08.30 - 10.00 am A high level of response is anticipated; we recommend that you register your intention to attend on batmanlive.com/audition. You will receive a confirmation email, which you should have with you during registration on the morning. This will enter you for the fast track queue (limited availability). For more information, please visit batmanlive.com
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Matt Holmes is the co-founder of What Culture, formerly known as Obsessed With Film. He has been blogging about pop culture and entertainment since 2006 and has written over 10,000 articles.