One Excellent Host
When sixteen kids from two completely different parts of the universe are suddenly kidnapped and split into four teams to play an interdimensional sensation of a Survival Game Show, The Price of Oblivion with your host - Doc Scratch, all for the entertainment of corrupted First Gaurdians across the Multi-Verse, they realize that failure is not an option.
Now the players will have to traverse through different pre-set game universes, complete challenges under a set time limit, maintain their three lives, and learn to control their newfound powers in order to make it to the end and claim their freedom (and apparently prize money?).
The Price for Failure: Total Oblivion.
Best of all, IT’S A /MUSICAL/!
Chamberstuck is now almost fully operational, in the course of very few days, thanks to the staff and wonderful people that helped spread the message!
We know that there are several AU’s that might have caught your attention before, but don’t move on here. We’ve got something a lot of groups don’t. We are a group involved in singing, roleplaying, and a huge storyline we know you’re going to love. And, though you may think, ‘Well, this is just like Broadwaystuck’, trust me, it’s not. And we’re not dissing them either; a lot of us are huge fans! We are a longterm project, with broad horizons, and guess what? It just gets better from here.
Auditions open on Monday, March 12, 9:00 am for PST, and close Sunday, March 18th, at 11:59 pm PST.
Everyone has an equal opportunity, and no one will be shot down to be given a different position. Note that if you do not make the final cut, we still have openings in our writing, editing, and advertisement staff available. You will never be turned down from working with us, at any point.
The individuals that make the final cut will be informed by Monday, March 19th, 11:59 pm, and will start with the project by at least Saturday, March 24th, working with writers.
We are excited and hope to see all of you wonderful people that have shown interest, and many more, apply and join us!
Good luck to you all,
Alexander Cayne, Director of the Chamberstuck Project.
All auditions will be on skype, with the director, and possibly one other person for judging.
Things you should be prepared for:
- Have a log ready if you’re reading one. We can read with you, if need be, or you can read on your own. We highly suggest reading with someone, however.
- Be in a somewhat quiet environment. Loud background noises can deter attention away from the speaker, and get real annoying.
- Be prepared to sing; something a minute or longer is best. Try to choose something that actually gets your vocals working. Talk singing doesn’t really give us anything to work with.
- Vocal exercises will occur before singing, and after. This is mainly targeted at getting your voice warmed up, and also so we can see what range you’ll be most comfortable at, if you receive a part.
- You’ll have at the most ten minutes. There are several people auditioning throughout the week, and please remember, though there are over twenty staff members available to listen, there is only one director, who also has to attend. Always try your best; if you’re only trying out because you just want a certain part, and you’re not going to work hard, then this isn’t the thing for you, and you’re wasting not only your time, but ours.
- If you’re applying for more than one part, you’ll have to be quicker. Pick smaller logs, a shorter song, and so on and so forth.
- Singing will consist of one song, in your own voice. And then, if you’re applying for more than one character, a song in the voice(s) we find most appropriate for you. This is simply, again, to find your ranges, and also to see if you can keep your character while singing.
- Tip: You don’t need singing or voice acting experience. A majority of the background crew are voice actors and actresses, and some of them have been working for less than 6 months. VeggieBLT, the overall manager for the project, has been working for over 3 years in his voice acting career. Alex has been working about the same. It’s not the amount of time, it’s the quality and dedication that show.
If you are currently at school/work/or being busy, but want to reserve a time to audition, contact email@example.com and send your name, skype name, audition time (unless you’re not sure when you’ll be available), and character(s) you’ll be trying out for.
Otherwise, contact gamzeep on skype, and be ready!