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AUDITION ALERT FOR A TV COMMERCIAL -19TH MAY 2014 SEE DETAILS

Gerald Langiri
May 17 / 2014

Ginger Ink production is inviting you for a TV commercial audiiton. If you are an artist and that includes but is not limited to actors, dancers, musicians, fashion designers, DJs and other performers at large, this is for you.

Production Company: Ginger Ink

Casting Director: Nini Wacera

Project Type: TV commercial

Production location: Kenya

Compensation: Yes.

Audition date: Monday, May 19, 2014

Audition Time: 8am to 5pm

Registraton Closes at 3pm

Audition location: Kenya National Theatre (Nairobi. Opposite Norfolk hotel)

Characters Description:

- Must be over 25 years of age.

-Both Male and female

Do you have the GUTS TO BE DIFFERENT? Are you BUBBLY, BOLD & DARING? Do your FRIENDS CALL YOU CRAZY? WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOU!!

All shapes, all sizes, all types......if you are authentically AFRICAN and have SWAG.

Come showcase your BOLD, CONFIDENT STYLE. Come showcase your ARTISTIC, CREATIVE side.

PLEASE SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS.

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