Disney Channel and Martin Chase Productions are teaming up once again to bring Mark Peter Hughes’ novel “Lemonade Mouth” to life as a Telefilm. Debra Martin Chase is the Primetime Emmy Award nominated producer of the “Cheetah Girls” films, as well as “The Princess Diaries” films, and the Walt Disney Television 1997 version of “Cinderella”, among others.
April Blair has penned the script. The movie’s title, and the band’s name in the book, comes from a High School freshman class protest to save the school’s organic lemonade machine.
Filming will take place mid-July through September 2010 in Albuquerque, and it will hit theaters in 2011.
New Mexico casting director Kathryn Brink is currently seeking the following for principal actor speaking roles:
Female Cheerleaders: Ages 16-18. Any ethnicity. Must be fit.
Twin Boys: Age 6-9. Japanese, East Asian or mixed-East Asian.
Twin boys please email a color photo, which can be a snapshot, along with contact information. Cheerleaders please email a headshot, body shot and resume. Email submissions to:
You may also submit via regular mail. See the post titled Headshot and Resume Information regarding how to submit for Disney auditions.
Please submit photos and resumes by mail only.
No phone calls or personal drop-offs.
Principal Actor Casting (New Mexico):
Kathryn Brink Casting
721 Solano Drive NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Extras Casting (New Mexico):
On Location Casting
2132A Central Avenue SE
Albuquerque NM 87106
Principal Actor Casting (Los Angeles):
Lemonade Mouth Casting
9021 Melrose Ave.
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Do NOT send photos and resumes to the production companies (they will most likely end up in the trash can), they do not cast the films. They hire casting directors who sort through the thousands of submissions.
Martin Chase Productions
500 S. Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521
3800 W Alameda Ave
Burbank, CA 91505
Debra Martin Chase
Blake Michael (discovered during an open casting call)
The members of the legendary band Lemonade Mouth have been called all of these things. But until now, nobody’s known the inside story of how this powerhouse band came to be. How five outcasts in Opoquonsett High School’s freshman class found each other, found the music, and went on to change both rock and roll and high school as we know it. Wen, Stella, Charlie, Olivia, and Mo take us back to that fateful detention where a dentist’s jingle, a teacher’s coughing fit, and a beat-up ukelele gave birth to Rhode Island’s most influential band. Told in each of their five voices and compiled by Opoquonsett’s “scene queen,” freshman Naomi Fishmeier, this anthology is their definitive history.