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'The Glee Project' Is Opening City Auditions

November 17, 2010 (7:09 am) GMT
Oxygen is looking for singers, actors and dancers over age 18 who could convincingly play the role of a high school teenager to appear in the third season of FOX's musical series.

Oxygen announced on Tuesday, November 16 that it is launching a nationwide audition for a guest spot on FOX's "". Individuals who fit in the criteria and can fulfill the rules will be selected to compete over several weeks. The journey to find the ultimate winner will be captured on "".

The reality show is a multi-episode series to be broadcast on the cable channel in June 2011. "Musical theater experience is a plus, but not required. If chosen to participate, professionals will train you, so raw talent is welcome. If you have the performing fundamentals and a big personality, we want to meet you!" it is announced.

Casting had actually been conducted online via MySpace earlier this year but the city selections will provide "The Glee Project" with some footage. Open calls will be held on December 18 and 19 in Chicago and January 8 and 9 in Dallas. More details including venue will be announced soon on the official site.

Meanwhile, contestants should check on the eligibility and the songs that they allow in the audition. The list is comprised of various genres including ' "Baby One More Time", 's "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" and "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" from "".

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