Award-winning show Hamilton is holding open auditions for its upcoming London production.
The Broadway show, which won a whopping 11 Tony Awards this year including best musical, will premiere at the Victoria Palace Theatre in the West End next October.
The Stage reports that the show's bosses are on the hunt for singers, who can rap, and hip-hop dancers.
They want to see people in their 20s and 30s, of all ethnicities.
They will not be seeing anyone for the role of King George, played on Broadway by Jonathan Groff.
The critically acclaimed musical tells the life story of American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, and has been a sensation in the US.
It was penned by Lin-Manuel Miranda, who also starred in the show.
Auditions will be held the week commencing November 7.