#LINOTIPIC casting for professional dancers

Linotip Independent Choreography Centre will organise on July 10 and July 11 a casting for professional dancers (a man and a woman), for the creation of a contemporary dance show, choreographed by Massimo Gerardi.

The show, titled Hot Dog, is the first Linotip production in collaboration with a foreign choreographer and it will have its premiere at the end of August; it will also be part of the autumn season.

*The show is part of the FOCUS.COREGRAF project, which will take place between July 24 and August 28, financed by AFCN.


The application timeline is June 29 – July 7. The casting is only for professional dancers. Anyone who wants to apply is kindly asked to send the following documents to castinglinotip@gmail.com:

-  CV

- 2 photos (max. 2Mb, jpeg or png format)

- 1 or 2 representative video links (optional)


The performers’ technical level must correspond to the following guidelines:

- strong technique

- corporeal expressivity

- theatrical abilities (meaning the ability to easily perform a text within the show)


The casting process will be in the guise of an intensive 6 hour workshop. Once the information is assimilated, each participant will be filmed individually in order to forward the selection material to the choreographer.

The workshop will be coordinated by Ioana Marchidan.


The dancers selected for taking part in the casting will be notified via telephone on July 8 and 9.

Dependent on the number of applicants, the workshop could also take place on July 11. The daily programme will be shared with the selected dancers via telephone.


Rehearsals will take place at Linotip between July 24 and August 5/6, intensively, between 12 PM and 6 PM; after this stage, the daily and hourly programme for rehearsals up until the premiere at the end of August will be established. More details to follow after the selection.

For further information about this casting you can contact us at 40 0735 385 002 or via the email address castinglinotip@gmail.com.

** The project does not necessarily represent the position of the National Cultural Fund’s Administration. AFCN is not responsible for the content of the project or the manner in which the project’s results are used. These are entirely the beneficiary’s responsibility.