Star Wars audition in St. Louis Sunday

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-- How would you like to play the lead in the next Star Wars movie. This weekend, you could get that chance.

Disney casting will be in town looking for actors for lead roles in "Star Wars: Episode VII." They are looking for 17-18 year old girl and a 19-23 year old young man to play street smart, independent, athletic characters.

Auditions are Sunday from noon to 5:00pm at the Sheraton, St. Louis City Center Hotel downtown. Bring a headshot and a smile for this casual meet and greet.  Break a leg!

Find out more about the roles at That is also the place to go if you are not able to attend the meet & greet and feel like your fit the character descriptions above. You can submit yourself via video online by December 1st.

More:  Star Wars: Episode VII to Open December 18, 2015

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  • D

    Don’t fall for this scam. They are not going to cast a nobody for a huge movie. They do this so all the media jumps on and gives them free advertising,.

  • Jake

    I attended this meet and greet. I got there about 7 in the morning waited till noon finally got to the table where the casting director was and she didn’t even ask me anything just said have a good day. Don’t get me wrong I love the fact that I had a chance to be in star wars but I felt like I got the short end of the stick.

  • AmyE

    “Audition” is how all the media were told, the casting person called it a “meet & greet”. She wasn’t asking any questions from what I saw.

  • AmyE

    Also as advertised “All ethnicities, multi & bi-racial are encouraged to attend.” The news coverage of actual call backs showed 4 or so Caucasian people reading, which leads one to think why did they even say that in the ad? Probably to meet a quota, they likely knew they were looking for Caucasians only.

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