Meals 4 Monologues : Open Casting Call in Support of UK & USA Food Banks

Perform for CSA Casting Directors, Agents and donate to the Trussell Trust or Feeding America

At this year’s expo there are opportunities to perform live in London, or online via our event app Whova.

Casting Society Cares, the non-profit charitable arm of CSA, and Actors Pro Expo are proud to be hosting Meals 4 Monologues with CSA Casting Directors & Agents. The panel will be devoting a full day to seeing performers who would like to participate in a food drive to benefit UK and USA food banks. This is a great way to give back to the community and be seen by some wonderful industry professionals.

Sign up will be online here from December 1st 2022

In Person Registration – London

Online Registration – Worldwide

Please note that an application is NOT a confirmation that you have a slot.

Only those contacted and given a specific time slot will be seen. Please do not email us about your application. We will contact you if you have been selected. Successful performers will be notified on Wednesday February 1st 2023.

If you are selected, please prepare one 2-minute contemporary monologue or song that showcases you as a performer. Brief feedback will be given by the panel.

Panellists to be announced soon!

Donations from performers to support the food drive are encouraged.

In the Spotlight - Stage

For Actors Pro Expo Global 2023 we are looking for some performers to join us to perform ‘In the Spotlight’ on stage throughout the day in London. This could be performing a monologue, a duologue, a scene or song.

To enter: post a video of you performing on social media and tag us @actorsproexpo and use the #actorsproexpoperformer2023

– the selected performers will be chosen by guest Casting Director Kate Bone.


Application will open on 1st December and close on 1st February. Performers will be contacted by 7th February with their invite to perform at the live event. A time slot can be worked around your planned timetable for the day at the event.


Kate Bone originally trained as an actress, then moved into the Film industry nearly 20 years ago. From Production Coordinator on many major projects including World War Z, Sherlock Holmes & Maleficent she then went into casting and has been working for Casting Directors Nina Gold & Robert Sterne for nearly ten years.

Kate currently continues to cast on the multiple awarding winning Netflix’ The Crown and has done from the very first season. Other recent casting projects include Chernobyl, Succession (UK casting), The Little Stranger, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Game of Thrones and The Imitation Games amongst many others.