Kids Can Audition to Star in MSC Cruises’ “Kelly & Kloe” Web Series

MSC Cruises is offering younger guests the opportunity to star in its web series ‘Kelly & Kloe.’ Onboard auditions are now open as the show gears up for its second season.

Following the success of the first season of Kelly & Kloe and accompanying onboard experience, the new season will consist of four episodes, each with its own theme — an episode on the new cruise ship MSC Meraviglia, seasonal episodes for Halloween and Christmas, and a special themed episode, Masquerade.

To date, the web series and trailer have been enjoyed by over 1.5 million people on the website and social media. More than 40,000 children have taken part in the onboard Kelly and Kloe experience day where the series is brought to life through a range of interactive activities, MSC Cruises said.

MSC Cruises has opened auditions for all children on board between the ages of eight and 17 for a number of roles in the new season. Auditions will be filmed via a green screen experience, where the children will perform the show’s theme song and dance routine and explain on camera why they would like to be featured. Parents can also purchase this video to take home as a souvenir from their cruise.

All entries across the entire MSC Cruises fleet will be collected and reviewed by a judging panel including members of the MSC Cruises’ entertainment division as well as the writer, series producer and director of the series. Judges include Roberto Cuccarini, Roberto di Napoli and Andrea Parodi, all well known for their TV work and musical theatre productions, MSC Cruises said. Casting will run until January 2018 with characters being selected in June, September, and November 2017, and January 2018.

Fans of the Kelly & Kloe series can stay tuned for four brand new episodes which will be available to watch on the following dates:

  • MSC Meraviglia: September 15, 2017
  • Halloween: October 20, 2017
  • Christmas: December 15, 2017
  • Masquerade: February 9, 2018

Visit www.kellyandkloe.com

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