What team? Wildcats! Disney is now casting stand-ins for the upcoming series “High School Musical”.
The new tv show will air on Disney+, the new streaming service coming late 2019. “High School Musical” will be a 10-episode show that will be filmed documentary-style with the watchers following a group of students at East High School. The students and their theater teacher are preparing for their winter production of High School Musical when they find out that drama will be found outside of the theater too.
Old-school fans of the original trilogy will be happy to learn that each of the ten new episodes will feature a rendition of a classic HSM song they know and love. Executive producers Tim Federle (Ferdinand) and Oliver Goldstick (Pretty Little Liars) are sure to create an entertaining series that will please both the old and new fandoms.
Disney is looking for stand-ins aged 18-30 for several roles in the show. There are specific requirements for the roles like height and hair color. Filming is set to begin on February 13th and continue into the summer months in Salt Lake City and Heber Utah. The pay for stand-ins is $150 per day for up to 12 hours each day.
Interested in playing a part in “High School Musical”? Apply here!
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