Posted Oct 30,2013

Advanced Scene Study

Featuring Acting Coach

Steve Flanigan

As the Film Industry continues to grow, many have asked me to develop an Advanced Scene Study class.  Most actors don’t stay in acting classes on a regular basis because of the high cost. Well, we’ve taken that excuse out of the way.

The Advanced Scene Study class will be a 4 week on camera workshop that will take you deeper into scene study and character development. Steve Flanigan, one of Nashville’s most respected acting coaches, will stretch you, challenge you, and get you ready for landing the job.

The cost is only $60 for the 4 week class!  The next class will start Thursday, November 14th at 7:pm.  Class size is very limited and fills up fast.  Register today by phone or email.

Excited to Serve,
Steve Flanigan
THE ACTOR’S WORKSHOP
hopecenter@integrity.com
615-293-4958

Posted July 31, 2013

My name is Aaron Alfrey Mandlak, a Nashville-based filmmaker holding
auditions this Sunday, August 4th for various roles in a comedy
web-series that will begin shooting in the upcoming weeks. The project
is written and directed by three long-time Nashville filmmakers with
music being produced by a multiple top-5 hit country songwriter.

If you know of any fresh young talent The Cannon Group could send our
way, we would love for them to come out between the hours of 2pm and
6:30pm this Sunday, August 4th. Just have them send an email to
aaronam1@hotmail.com to set up a time.

There will be no financial compensation for the first season of
shooting (ten 5-minute episodes), but food and a copy of the project
will be provided.

Thanks so much and have a great day!

Aaron Alfrey Mandlak
615270-9773

“Running on ‘E’” is a story about a 30-year-old redneck from Murfreesboro, TN named Eric Hartman. He’s written hundreds of songs—or at least choruses to songs—and he’s ready as hell to introduce them to the world. Due to the urging of his girlfriend, Cassie, and best friend, Tommy, he decides to make “the leap” to Nashville and give the country music thing a go.

“Running on ‘E’” tells the story of how a lot of dumb luck can take the most unlikely character and turn him into a force to be reckoned with. The question, however, is if this new-found power of Eric’s will destroy him and turn him into a mockery, or if he’ll turn out looking like the smartest man in the world and the most influential figure country music’s ever seen.

Cassie (age 25-35)—Eric Hartman’s redneck girlfriend of 3 years. “She’s a little trashy around the edges”, as Eric puts it, but her fire-y spirit and unmatched love for him keeps him coming back for more. She can be as meek as a kitten or as tactless as a tornado.

Tommy(age 25-40)—Eric Hartman’s best friend since childhood and the very definition of the term “redneck”. He and Eric appear to hate one another when you hear them talking, but it couldn’t be further from the truth. Tommy doesn’t have any other friends on earth besides Eric and Cassie.

Cindy(age 25-35)—A young woman who owns a house in Nashville with three female roommates, and she sometimes do repairs as the roofing with the help of a great company, see it here. She has another room she’s looking to rent out, which Eric quickly takes. It doesn’t take long, however, before she’s had enough of Eric and she has to kick him out. She’s a kind person, but knows when it’s time to put her foot down.

Nate—A young smart alec intern at Spark Management, where Eric decides to record his first demo. Nate’s an intelligent kid only using this job to move up the ladder of the music biz, which he plans to do so quickly.

Kyle—The owner of planet maids for over 25 years. He does what he knows best, which is taking money from young starry-eyed musicians trying to make it in Nashville. He doesn’t talk much and doesn’t need to. His serious demeanor lets everyone know he’s all about business.

Bryan(age 30-45)—An established songwriter in Nashville with some mild success and a couple top-5 country hits. He’s kind-hearted and willing to help someone in need, which he finds Eric to be and helps him out.

Ashley(age 30-45)—A hugely successful songwriter in Nashville with several #1 singles under his belt. He’s a very stoic young man and, though not conceited, he knows he’s one of the best in the business.

Posted July 9, 2013

NO PAY EXCEPT FOR THE ROLE OF ELLIOT

IN JESUS, JEHOVAH, YEHWEY NAME, AMEN

COMEDY SHORT FILM: Elliot, a twelve year old boy, experiments with different religions. The story unfolds through flashbacks as Elliot tells his psychiatrist, Charles Scrimwall, the cheapest psychiatrist his dad could find, about the religions he has tried. At the heart of Elliot’s life is his family, and the psychiatrist helps him realize this through the most unorthodox ways.

Elliot- 11-14 year old boy, brunette, that is very bright and therefore takes life a little too seriously. Elliot is awkward, not athletic, introverted, imaginative, and a special kid.

Charles Scrimwall- (Psychiatrist)- 30-45. Worst psychiatrist ever, care free, and not a good listener unless your talking about something that interests him. His father is a great psychiatrist and Charles is his talented son that would rather play in his band than work hard.

Nancy (Elliot’s Mother)- 35-45, attractive woman, quirky, used to be an actress before marrying and having kids. Her profession is nursing. She is very strict but equally compassionate for her children.

Tom (Elliot’s Father)– 35-50, older than Nancy, steelworker, interested in all things sports and all things cheap, socially liberal and yet old-school in many ways, believes strongly in the American dream.

Steven (Elliot’s Older Brother) – 14-18, high school athlete, jock with a smart-ass sense of humor, Dad’s favorite, very interested in girls and achieving Dad’s American dream.

Hannah (Elliot’s younger sister) 6-9 years old, loves all things pink, and loves eaves dropping on her older brother Steven’s private conversations, innocent, and adores her two older brothers.

*The setting is Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.

SHOOTING DATES: SEPT 20,21,22. LOCATION: NASHVILLE TENNESSEE

AUDITION DATE: OPEN CASTING CALL FOR JULY 17, 6:30PM. For questions call 615-238-7338

*Auditions will be held on July 17, 6:30pm at Watkins College of Art, Design and Film. The address is 2298 Rosa Parks Boulevard Nashville, TN 37228.

PLEASE SEND ALL RESUMES AND HEAD SHOTS TO: purplewormproductions@gmail.com

Posted May 16, 2013

IN JESUS, JEHOVAH, YEHWEY NAME, AMEN

 

COMEDY SHORT FILM:  Elliot, a twelve year old boy, tries out numerous different religions.  Elliot’s family is supportive of his spiritual journey and the story unfolds through flashbacks as he tells his psychiatrist, Charles Scrimwall, “the cheapest psychiatrist” Elliot’s dad could find, about the religions he has tried.  At the heart of Elliot’s life is his family, and the psychiatrist helps him realize this through the most unorthodox ways. 

 

Elliot- 11-14 year old boy, brunette, that is very bright and therefore takes life a little too seriously.  Elliot is awkward, not athletic, introverted, imaginative, and a special kid.    

Charles Scrimwall- (Psychiatrist)- 30-45.  Worst psychiatrist ever, care free, and not a good listener unless your talking about something that interests him.  His father is a great psychiatrist and Charles is his talented son that would rather smoke weed than work hard. 

Nancy (Elliot’s Mother)- 35-45, attractive woman, quirky, used to be an actress before marrying and having kids, the rock of the family.  She is strict and very compassionate for her children. 

Tom (Elliot’s Father)– 35-50, older than Nancy, steelworker, interested in all things sports and all things cheap, socially liberal and yet old-school in many ways, believes in the American dream. 

Steven (Elliot’s Older Brother) – 14-18, high school athlete, jock with a smart-ass sense of humor, Dad’s favorite, very interested in girls and achieving Dad’s American dream. 

Hannah (Elliot’s younger sister) 6-9 years old, loves all things pink, and loves eaves dropping on her older brother Steven’s private conversations, innocent, and adores her two older brothers.

*The setting is Pittsburgh Pennsylvania so northern accents are preferred. 

SHOOTING DATES: SEPT 20,21,22.     LOCATION: NASHVILLE TENNESSEE

AUDITION DATE:  MAY 29.

-First auditions will be held on May 29, 6:30pm at Watkins College of Art, Design and Film. 

PLEASE SEND ALL RESUMES AND HEAD SHOTS TO: tslagle@watkins.edu

 

Posted February 13, 2013

Watkins Advanced Directing Class Scene Work Casting Opportunity

The Advanced Directing class at Watkins involves an intense professional-level immersion into the craft and art of film directing for senior-level students who are enrolled in the Directing concentration as part of the BFA-Film program at Watkins College of Art, Design & Film.  Students in the Directing concentration have focused their curriculum of study on classes that prepare them to become motion picture and television directors in the entertainment industry upon graduation.

The Advanced Directing class involves three primary areas of concentration: Film & Directorial Analysis, “Shadow” Field Work and In-Studio Directing. In-Studio Directing affords the students enrolled in Advanced Directing an opportunity to perfect their craft within an intense on-going scene-work environment wherein they work directly with professional actors in the sound-stages at Watkins.

The above also affords local professional actors an opportunity to hone their skills with on-camera acting in the company of and under the directorial guidance of highly skilled and soon-to-graduate young film directors. To that end, I am inviting local professional actors who have an interest in participating as performers in the on-going scene work conducted during Advanced Directing to email their respective headshot and resume to me immediately.

The current Advanced Directing class at Watkins meets on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6pm – 9pm.  There are six young directors enrolled in the current class.  Sides for scenes will be provided in advance.  However, actors are welcome to submit prepared “dialogue” scenes in which they would like to work.

Please email headshots and resumes along with availability to Sam Dalton at:     sdalton@watkins.edu.

Posted February 13

Auditions for SAG Student Short Film

 

 

Lionheart is scheduled to shoot March 8-10 in Nashville, TN. No pay but food, copy of film, and screening invite provided.

*Note any scheduling conflicts.

 

Synopsis:

In 2264, Lionheart must guide to death three Zerbanites who would otherwise be immortal, but first they must find bodies to inhabit during their death.  This is a journey of four beings discovering what it is to die like a human.

 

Characters:

 

Lionheart- 26 (600), F, strong willed, independent, upbeat, young at heart, “Giver of Death” The only being with the ability to bring Zerbanites to their deaths.

 

Grackle/Oubastet- 42 (281), M, Grackle is a wise professor of modern nature who has been attempting to study the near extinct sunflower for the majority of his older life.

Oubastet, who takes control of Grackle’s body, is a proud former King of Zerban.

 

Rowley/Keto- late 20s-early 30s (236), F, Rowley is a student with a lackadaisical attitude.

Keto, the Zerbanite who takes over Rowley’s body, is the nagging companion and Queen of Oubastet.

 

Palvin/Adela- 24 (106), Palvin is a shy intern with an insatiable curiosity about life.

Adela, who assumes control of Palvin’s body is a political activist from Zerban who is accused of wrongs against the government.

 

Auditions will be held:

BY APPOINTMENT

PLEASE EMAIL TO SCHEDULE

February 17   3-6 pm

at Watkins College

550 Great Circle

Nashville, TN

 

*If you have any questions contact Brianne Kathlean at bjohnson@watkins.edu

Posted January 25, 2013

MASTERING THE AUDITION WORKSHOP

“Mastering the Audition Process”

REGINA MOORE OF MOORE CASTING

TIME: 9:00am – 4:00pm

Price: $125 (Register below)

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

DATE: Saturday, February 2nd, 2013

“You’ll learn advanced audition techniques, scene work, improvisation, while learning what Casting Directors and Talent Agents really have to say.”

“It can be difficult to relax when the actor walks through the casting door,” says Moore. “This workshop helps each actor shed their fears and get comfortable as the casting room process is revealed.” Come see it from the Casting Director’s perspective. Regina offers her knowledge in a nurturing and positive manner creating a comfort zone for actors to excel. Regina relates to the actor regardless of whether they are a beginner or a professional. As an instructor, she is known for her ability to recognize potential and encouraging the growing actor with her straight forward, no nonsense approach.

Regina Moore has been in the entertainment industry for over 30 years. First an actress, Regina is now a casting director in the areas of film, television, commercials, print, music videos, and live performances. She is, without a doubt, the busiest casting director in this region. She casts feature films, TV pilots, commercials, music videos and all other areas of on-camera performance. This is a rare opportunity to be one of a small group to study and audition for this very in-demand talent specialist in an intimate and informal atmosphere.

TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:

  • Advanced audition techniques
  • Scene work
  • Improvisation
  • How casting directors and talent agents communicate
  • Important relationships for performers
  • Learning who you are professionally
  • Promotional materials and marketing yourself
  • First impressions
  • Contact us at moorecasting,com if you are interested in registering for this workshop, 615-831-0039.

Posted January 17, 2013

SAG STUDENT FILM

H&H Productions in association with Watkins College of Art, Design & Film is casting for the
student SAG production of:
PROJECT TITLE: Dismissible
DIRECTOR: Jeremy Bolden
SHOOT DATES: February 22, 23, 24
Contact Info: jbolden@watkins.edu
(865) 456.0287
*Sides available in advance via email.
SYNOPSIS:
During Jim Dekker’s investigation of a murdered drug dealer, he must decide how far he’s
willing to go for the truth.
CASTING
Jim Dekker: Male, late forties/early fifties. Dekker is an honest Detective, who never
substitutes the quick and easy in place of what is right. An ideal lawman, Dekker always does
things the “right” way, never stooping to the lows of working outside of ethical police work.
William Norton: Male, late twenties. A recovered drug addict who has found his way in life
through rehabilitation and working with youth. Sober for 6 years, William has seemingly turned
his life completely around.
Travis Painter: Male, late thirties. A young detective who is quickly rising through the ranks do
to his willingness to work outside the boundaries of ethical police work. Jim’s partner.
Charlie Richardson: Male, early fifties. Police Chief, longtime friend and fellow graduate of
the police academy with Jim. Richardson quickly rose through the ranks as he would go to
extreme measures to solve his cases. He has softened as he has aged.
Michael: Male, mid-thirties. William’s boss. A man who cares about his community and all of
those that make it up.
AUDITION: Watkins College of Art, Design & Film
2298 Rosa L. Parks Blvd
Nashville, TN 37228
Room 623
Friday 4pm – 8pm
Saturday 12pm – 4pm

Posted Dec 6, 2012

Nashville Acting Studio

presents

Auditioning for the Camera

with

Jessejames Locorriere

It’s important to keep those chops up during the Holidaze…

Whether it’s for a commercial, a feature film or a television series, auditioning in front of a camera can be a daunting task. But, it doesn’t have to be.

This workshop is designed to cover a variety of topics regarding the camera audition. During the workshop, we will focus on the audition process and everything that goes along with it.
Everyone will work.

Place: 3427 Hopkins Street Nashville, TN 37215

Date: Saturday December 15, 2012

Time: 10AM to 1PM

Registration: Please e-mail your name, phone number and e-mail address to nashvilleactingstudio@gmail.com . Include AUDITION WORKSHOP in the subject line.

After you receive a confirmation, you will be expected to pay $45 at the door, on the day of the workshop. CASH ONLY please!

Jessejames Locorriere attended Lee Strasberg’s Acting Institute in New York City and, years later, The Atlantic Theater Company on Manhattan’s lower west side. His career began in the theater where he’s appeared in over 50 theatrical productions including Speed the Plow, Doubt, Burn This and Macbeth. On screen, he has appeared with Lucas Grimes, Kris Kristofferson, Eric Roberts, Peyton Manning, Reba McEntire, Billy Ray Cyrus, Jane Curtain and Paul Gross, to name a few. In 2010, Locorriere was awarded Best Actor at the Yellow Fever Film Festival in Belfast, Ireland for his role as a meth addicted high school English teacher in the feature film Way Far Gone. Look for Jessejames on screen as Dex Moody in Alan Ball’s Banshee, coming to Cinemax in January 2013. Also, look for him on stage in Nate Eppler’s Sextape comingMarch, 2013.

Posted Oct 16th, 2012

Nashville Acting Studio

presents

SELF-TAPING YOUR AUDITION 101

with

Jessejames Locorriere

 

Within the last 5 years, especially in the Southeast, more and more casting agents are requesting taped submissions. Yes, actors are being cast straight from tape. This means, one of the actor’s most crucial tools is the ability to properly tape his or her own auditions.

This 3 hour workshop is designed to teach the actor a nuts and bolts approach on how to self-tape quality auditions in a market that is becoming extremely competitive. The first half of the workshop will be a discussion/turotial that covers the audition taping process from start to finish. For the second half, we will do a mock taped audition, and walk through the entire process together.

You will learn the basics of self-taping your audition from start to finish and your agent will be happy, happy!

 

COURSE OUTLINE

The Audition: Covering what to do and what not to do.

Equipment: Discuss what is affordable and what you need to produce a quality video.

Transferring Footage: How to get your audition from the camera to the computer.

Editing: Adding the final touches to your taped audition.

Sending: Getting the file to your agent.

 

Place: 3427 Hopkins Street Nashville, TN 37215

Date: Saturday November 3, 2012

Time: 10AM to 1PM (with one 15 minute break)

Registration: Please e-mail your name, phone number and e-mail address to nashvilleactingstudio@gmail.com . Include SELFTAPE 101 in the subject line.

After you receive a confirmation, you will be expected to pay $85*** at the door, on the day of the workshop.  CASH ONLY please!

***If you are taking classes with Nashville Acting Studio in November, you will receive a $10 discount for this workshop.

 

Jessejames Locorriere attended Lee Strasberg’s Acting Institute in New York City and, years later, The Atlantic Theater Company on Manhattan’s lower west side. His career began in the theater where he’s appeared in over 50 theatrical productions including Speed the Plow, Doubt, Burn This and Macbeth. On screen, he has appeared with Kris Kristofferson, Eric Roberts, Peyton Manning, Reba McEntire, Billy Ray Cyrus, Jane Curtain and Paul Gross, to name a few. In 2010, Locorriere was awarded Best Actor at the Yellow Fever Film Festival in Belfast, Ireland for his role as a meth addicted high school English teacher in the feature film Way Far Gone. Look for Jessejames as Dex Moody in Alan Ball’s Banshee, coming to Cinemax in January 2013 (booked with 3 self-taped submissions).


***************************************
Caroline Wooldridge Locorriere
Nashville Acting Studio
www.nashvilleactingstudio.com

Moore Casting announces Open Call Non-Equity Auditions for

A Stoop On Orchard Street

PRODUCTION INFOMATION:

About the Production: A Stoop On Orchard Street, a musical with book, music, and lyrics by Jay Kholos, takes a nostalgic look at tenement life of Russian Jewish immigrants on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, circa 1910. The original 2003 production ran successfully off-Broadway for 16 months

Production location: Dell Theater in the National Museum of American Jewish History (NMAJH) in Philadelphia, PA, as well as additional venues within two hours of the Philadelphia area

Rehearsal dates: September 10 through October 5, 2012 in Philadelphia

Performance dates: October 6 through December 30, 2012 in Philadelphia and surround areas

Housing: Philadelphia housing will be provided for all Nashville-based cast members

Compensation: Actors will be compensated on a per-performance basis with 6-7 performances per week scheduled during the run.

AUDITION INFORMATION

Date: Thursday, August 9, 2012

Time: 6:30-9:30PM

Location: Moore Casting, 417 Welshwood Dr. Suite # 109 Nashville, TN 37211

About auditions: Open Non-Equity auditions for the Philadelphia production of A Stoop On Orchard Street will be held in Nashville on Thursday, August 9, 2012 from 6:30 to 9:30 PM at the studio of Moore Casting. Callbacks, if needed, will be scheduled for a later date

Available roles: Roles are available for male and female non-equity actors (age 18 to 50+) who can sing and move well. In addition, we will be auditioning talented young male actors for the principal role of 10 year-old Benny. The characters in A Stoop On Orchard Street are recently-arrived Eastern European/Russian Jewish immigrants who populated the crowded tenements of Manhattan’s Lower East Side during the first decades of the 20th century

Please prepare: Auditionees should prepare to sing 16 bars of an upbeat Broadway-type song as well as a ballad. An accompanist will be provided – please bring sheet music in the correct key. There will also be a CD player available for pre-recorded accompaniment. Come prepared to move for a brief dance audition. Cold readings will be assigned from the script

To schedule an audition: Auditions are by appointment. Please contact stoopauditions@aol.com

Roles are available for male and female actors (age 18 to 50+) who can sing and move well. In addition, we will be auditioning talented young male actors for the principal role of 10 year-old Benny. The characters in A Stoop On Orchard Street are recently-arrived Eastern European/Russian Jewish immigrants who populated the crowded tenements of Manhattan’s Lower East Side during the first decades of the 20th century.

Auditionees should prepare to sing 16 bars of an upbeat Broadway-type song as well as a ballad. An accompanist will be provided – please bring sheet music in the correct key. There will also be a CD player available for pre-recorded accompaniment. Come prepared to move for a brief dance audition. Cold readings will be assigned from the script.

Callbacks, if needed, will be scheduled for a later date.

Auditions are by appointment. Please E-mail stoopauditions@aol.com to schedule an audition time.

ATTENDING THIS WILL AUTOMATICALLY PUT YOU ON THE LIST TO ATTEND THE CMT RED CARPET SHOW ON JUNE 6TH, 2012. 


JUST TO LET YOU KNOW:

Would you like to be an AUDIENCE MEMBER for a TV  Taping; We Own the Years Aheadin Nashville, Tennessee?

Taping Date:    Friday, May 18, 2012

Audience Arrival:   5:30 pm to 6:15 pm 

Taping Begins:    6:30 PM to 8:30 PM  This show is being taped and could go a little later

HOW TO LIVE A LONGER, RICHER LIFE BASED ON GOOD RELATIONSHIPS, SHARED VALUES AND TAKING OWNERSHIP OF THE YEARS AHEAD

 

You are more powerful than you think. You do have a choice as to whether you live longer or die sooner. It’s a proven fact that people who ACTIVELY SOCIALIZE are 3 times less likely to die of medical illness than those who don’t.

 

On May 18th Nicholas Boothman delivers his uplifting and inspiring message on the health and longevity benefits of connecting with other people to his target audience of adults of 20 years and up.

 

The procedure of Dr. Robert Tornambe may combine with others such as a breast lift for more satisfying results.

Taped in front of a live audience, this Public Television special shows how to harness your natural-born talents to make trusting first impressions, establish immediate rapport, and within minutes be communicating like old friends.

“New research shows that the part of your brain that controls your fight or flight response also controls your grow or decay signals. Knowing how to send the right signals to your brain means you can increase your lifespan by decades. And it all depends on how often you connect with other people.”

Nicholas Boothman, best-selling author of 4 books including How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less, will give his audience a host of skills they can take away and use immediately. With over 2 million books in print in more than 20 languages, The New York Times calls him “Dale Carnegie for a rushed era.” The Economist Magazine calls him “truly inspirational,” and Good Morning America says, “His book is my bible.” His website is www.nicholasboothman.com

Connect and Live Longer is an emotional call to action for grown-ups to get out and take ownership of their lives by actively connecting with new people.

Where: NorthStar Studios, 3201 Dickerson Pike, Nashville, TN 37207, www.northstarstudios.com

You must be on OUR list to attend. This is a gated Sound Studio with a guard at the gate entrance (The guard will have our list of names to check).

Audience Arrival: Friday, May 18, between 5:30- 6:15 pm for a beginning taping time of 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm with meet and greet and book signing with Nick to follow.

If you are interested in being an audience member, email us at moorecasting@comcast.net with your full name,  contact phone number and age. We have been asked to pull ages, 20’s and up.  We need full names, ages and phone numbers of all participants, so we can start the confirmation process

After receiving your information we will email whether you have been confirmed with the details of the show. We have a limited number of guests we can invite, so respond as soon as possible. We must have your name on our audience list in order for you to attend the show.  No confirmation numbers will be given.  Your name will provide entrance into the show (ID required). The Audience will be seated.

YOU ARE REQUIRED TO STAY THE FULL LENGTH OF THE TAPING. 

PLEASE DO NOT CANCEL AT THE LAST MINUTE!

If you know of anyone that would like to attend, please pass this on.

 

 

 

To All Franchised Agents:

The following has been distributed to SAG-AFTRA members and has been provided to the media.

Thank you,

Zino Macaluso
National Director/ Sr. Counsel, Agency Relations
SAG-AFTRA
 
 
SPECIAL NOTICE TO MEMBERS 

On May 19-20, the SAG-AFTRA National Board will consider a unanimous recommendation by the Executive Committee to implement a Do Not Work notice against music video productions.
Once implemented, SAG-AFTRA members may not accept employment as performers in any music video not produced under a SAG-AFTRA contract. A Do Not Work order for music videos is a result of the major record labels refusing to agree to a contract that meets the critical needs of music video performers.
This action will affect any SAG-AFTRA member hired to sing, dance, act or otherwise perform as talent on any music video that is not covered by the appropriate SAG-AFTRA contract, except for a royalty artist who is already contractually obligated to deliver certain services under an existing royalty agreement with a record label.  Specifically included are SAG-AFTRA members working as dancers, singers, choreographers, cameo performers, models, actors, and most other talent. SAG-AFTRA members who violate a Do Not Work order can be subject to discipline, up to and including expulsion from membership.
This action follows performers’ efforts to secure an industry-wide contract for music video work, which most recently involved several rounds of contract discussions with the major record labels throughout 2011. SAG-AFTRA is continuing its efforts to reach agreement with the labels however this action is necessary because the labels have failed to agree to some of the most basic contract terms. Some of the outstanding issues involve guaranteed access to water and toilet facilities, proper safety protections for hard surface dancing, overtime provisions, health and retirement contributions and standardized rates of pay.
Please stand together with your fellow SAG-AFTRA members and fellow performers for safety and dignity on the job.  Together we can ensure a safe and fair future for all of us.
If you have questions or wish to volunteer to support your fellow SAG-AFTRA members who are working to ensure basic union standards on music videos, you can help by contacting:

GOOD FOR NEW PEOPLE NEEDING TRAINING.

 

HELP!!!!

I need audience for a T V Taping and an willing to offer a workshop in return for women attending for me besides $15.00 a person for your time pulling them.

The acting workshop would be held March 31st form 10am to 2pm

I could have actresses come or the mom’s of kids that are actors who would want to go to the workshop for their mom attending the show.

Ages of those attending the workshop would have to be 10 years and older. Kids should be 10 or older to go to workshop.

I need women to attend the show ages 22 to 60.

You can send their names ages and email addresses to us and we will send the confirmation letters out to them with the details.

They can invite friends if they would like.  It is a taping about women so they want women to attend.

 

Let me know if you can help me with this project.

 

Regina Moore

 

musical guestJaci Velasquez, and more!!!!!!!!

Great Speakers, Great Music. FREE EVENT!

If you have any questions call, 615-831-0039.

Regina Moore, Audience Coord.

If you know of anyone that would like to attend, please pass this on.

NOTE:  This will be invitation only and spaces are limited.  You can share with friends.

JUST TO LET YOU KNOW:

We will need AUDIENCE MEMBERS for a TV Pilot Taping; “Whoa with Laine Lawson Craft” in Nashville, Tennessee.

TapingWhoa with Laine Lawson Craft” Laine is a faith-based speaker and writer, and publishes the magazine “Whoa” for women. The show is a talk show format and features Laine as host with special guest, Lisa Osteen Comes (Joel Osteen’s Sister), author and associate pastor at Lakewood Church in Houston, musical guestJaci Velasquez, writer and comedienne Kerri Pomarolli, a pre-tape with inspirational speaker and author Lynette Lewis and more.

Taping Date:    Thursday, March 15, 2012

Audience Arrival:   12:45 pm to 1:15 pm 

Taping Time:    2:00 PM to 4:30 or 5:00 PM  This show is being taped and could go later

Sites to check it out are:

 

Women’s Christian Magazine “Whoa” by Laine Lawson Craft,

http://www.whoawomen.com/whoa-magazine/

 

About “Host” Laine Lawson Craft,

http://lainelawsoncraft.com/lainec/home.html

 

About Comedian/Writer Kerri Pomarolli,

http://www.kerripom.com/media_newact.php

 

About Author/Associate Pastor at Lakewood Church in Houston Lisa Osteen Comes,

http://www.lisacomes.com/Pages/About.aspx

 

About inspirational speaker and author Lynette Lewis,

http://www.lynettelewis.com/

 

Location of taping (Will be in Confirmation Letter),

You must be on OUR list to attend. This is a gated Sound Studio with a guard at the gate entrance (The guard will have our list of names to check).

If you are interested in being an audience member, email us at moorecasting@comcast.net with your full name, current Photo (please scan and send along with your information), contact phone number and age. We have been asked to pull ages, 25 and upWe need full names, ages, current photo (for security purposes) and phone numbers of all participants, so we can start the confirmation process

The location will be sent to you in the confirmation letter. After receiving your information we will email whether you have been confirmed with the details of the show.We have a limited number of guests we can invite, so respond as soon as possible. We must have your name on our audience list in order for you to attend the show.  No confirmation numbers will be given.  Your name will provide entrance into the show (ID required). The Audience will be seated.

YOU ARE REQUIRED TO STAY THE FULL LENGTH OF THE TAPING. 

PLEASE DO NOT CANCEL AT THE LAST MINUTE!

If you know of anyone that would like to attend, please pass this on.

 

Hello from the Extras Casting Office of “Nashville” –  A brand new ABC/Lionsgate Television series.

 

We’re looking for people 18 years and older to star in our new TV show “Nashville” as PAID background extras!  We typically need you for one day and a typical film day lasts about 12 hours. No experience required! We will be shooting in and around the Nashville area. The pay rate is $64 for the first 8 hours and then overtime (time and a half) for every hour after 8.

 

This is a great opportunity to get on set and see all that is involved in making a TV show, all the while making new friends and working with the crew to make the scene look as best as possible with your wonderful face!

 

Nashville” stars Hayden Panettiere (Heros), and Emmy Award winner Connie Britton (Friday Night Lights & American Horror Story), and Emmy Award winner Powers Booth (Deadwood & Tombstone)!

 

Please feel free to forward our e-mail to family, friends, and anyone else who would like to work as an extra in an exciting, new TV series.

 

Please email a CURRENT photo of yourself with the following info to nashvilleextras@gmail.com

 

(All of the following info MUST be include in your email to be considered)

Name

City, State

Phone Number(s)

Can we send you text messages?

Email Address

Age

Ht, Wt, Hair Color

Shirt, Neck/Sleeve, Blouse/Shirt, Pant, Suit, Dress, Shoe, and Hat sizes

Occupation

Do you have a flexible schedule?

Do you have any special abilities (ie dancing, play a musical instrument, etc)?

What days will you NOT be available March 17-April 5

Automobiles available: Model/Year/Color

 

 

We begin filming March 17 thru April 5 so please get your submission in ASAP

 

The subject of your email should be your Age/Sex/Location (i.e. 24/Male/Nashville,TN).

 

We will be booking extras via email for this show. You will NOT receive a phone call so please be sure to add nashvilleextras@gmail.com to your contacts so our emails won’t be sent to spam!

 

Thank you and we look forward to working with you!




Jenn Presser
Extras Casting Director
“Nashville”
nashvilleextras@gmail.com

Please “like” our facebook page, Nashville Extras, to get up to date info about the series!
www.facebook.com/NashvilleExtras

ADVANCE AUDITION WORKSHOP

“Commanding the Audition”

REGINA MOORE OF MOORE CASTING

DATE: March 3rd, 2012 (Hosted by Alan Dysert)

TIME: 9:00AM to 4:00PM

LOCATION: Nashville, TN

PRICE: $125.00

TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:

  • Moving past just knowing the script
  • Determining what is unique about you as an actor
  • Advanced audition techniques
  • Scene work with commercial and film, movie scripts
  • Improvisation and how it relates to owning the audition
  • How casting directors and actors communicate in the audition
  • Evaluations

Regina Moore is, without a doubt, the busiest casting director in this region. She casts feature films, TV pilots, commercials, music videos and all other areas of on-camera performance. This is a rare opportunity to be one of a small group to study and audition for this very in-demand talent specialist in an intimate and informal atmosphere.

This will not be a workshop offered monthly and is generally only offered once or twice per year.

Actors that have inquired about the class will be considered first. Please fill out the form below to sign up or contact Regina Moore.

Please fill go to web site (www.moorecasting.com) go to Workshops (click on) then look for Advanced Workshop (Fill out online registration [form at bottom of Advanced Workshop] and submit).

AUDITION FOR TV PILOT
PLAID PUPPY PRODUCTIONS is scheduled to shoot the HD TV PILOT, LOCKERS
on March 10th-14th in the Nashville Area.
Casting for five (5) females and five (5) males ages 18-50 will take
place at Watkins College of Art, Design, and Film (2298 Rosa L Parks
Blvd Nashville TN 37228).
Audition Dates & Times
February 25th (Sat) 10am – 4pm & February 26th (Sun) 1pm – 5pm
SYNOPSIS: A mysteries school LOCKER plays wishing well to the student
body of a classic High School. Vaughn, the awkward, but intelligent peer
is the mysterious high school vigilante fulfilling the requests of
others. Often times these requests prove a little more complicated than
they sound on paper.
VAUGHN: Male, (16-18). Vaughn is an even keel individual who has kept a
low profile through his early years of high school. He keeps his head
down and one foot in front of the other while making a difference in
peoples lives through fulfilling the wishes of others.
YOUNG VAUGHN: (10-13). Vaughn before his father passes.
LEAH: Female, (16-18). Leah is a high school cheerleader making her way
up the social ladder by gossip and bullying. She’s smart and snarky. She
is currently dating the star running back, but keeps coming back to
childhood friend, Vaughn.
SHELLY: Female, (15-17). Most Likely to Succeed – and annoy you in the
process, Shelly is a bright bubbly young girl who just wants to be liked
but her know-it-all demeanor can’t seem to win her any friends.
MILES: Male, (17-19). Miles is you’re a-typical jock whose mind is
consumed with girls, sex, appearances, and football. If there is more to
him, he’s slow to show it.
JONATHAN: Male, (16-18). Vaughn’s best friend. Head of the school paper.
He’s notorious for knowing what the latest buzz around school is. Happy
go lucky fellow with journalistic wit.
MYSTERY GIRL: Female, (15-16). The girl Vaughn is convinced will have all
the answers to his father’s death.
YOUNG MYSTERY GIRL: Female, (8-10). Young version of the above.
VAUGHN’S DAD: Male (30’s-40s). A well intentioned social worker who
unknowingly takes his son to the scene of his own murder.
VAUGHN’S MOM: Female (30’s-40’s). A hardworking single mom with a great
deal of compassion for her child.
Talent will be asked to perform monologue of choice based on character
they prefer most. Cold reads will be performed upon audition.
To schedule an appointment please email Amber Wilkinson at
arwcasting@gmail.com with your headshot and contact information (email
& phone). Also include which day you’d like to book an audition
appointment.

AUDITIONS FOR PHANTOM

PHANTOM is a student short scheduled to shoot on April 1st in Nashville, TN.
No Pay but food and copy of film provided.

Submit headshots and resumes to: Thomas.y.chi@gmail.com
Please note any schedule conflicts.

Sides available upon request.

SYNOPSIS: An adaptation of Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom. It is about a young tourist that comes to the U.S. who witnesses a hit and is chased down. He displays exceptional intuition and reflexes and is finally captured. For that reason, he is forced and trained to become a killer. In this short film, he will have already gone trough training and is performing his first hit. His handler is a female assassin named Ein. The theme will be the change in the human psyche after the shock of killing another human being.

EIN: Female, early 20’s, petite/in shape. Extremely apathetic in attitude and facial expression. Doll-like. Monotone speech.

Casting will take place February 18th, 2012 at Watkins College of Art & Design (2298 Rosa L. Parks Blvd Nashville TN, 37228) from 4PM-6:30PM. Dress for exercise as the action choreographer will test physical flexibility and execution of basic fight moves.

Send a message for any questions. Email: Thomas Chi – Thomas.y.chi@gmail.com

IMPROV for ACTORS: Focusing on Auditions and Performance

One-on-one with a Casting Director

LOCATION: Moore Casting (Driving Directions on Web Site)

DATE: Saturday, February 18th, 2012

TIME: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm (now extended to 3pm)

COST: $125.00

Improv is not always about being funny. Its actually about thinking quickly on your feet and being able to react to any situation you may be placed in at an audition or performance.

Regina Moore and Barry McAlister have designed a workshop around improv skills that will, 1) give you simple but powerful tools to use, and 2) allow you to experience an audition through the eyes of the casting director.

Fun and eye opening sessions using improv games and exercises are used to explore basic elements that will put you miles ahead of the competition. Then commercials and scripts will be used to literally place the actor in the audition room, connecting with the casting director one on one.

It can be difficult to relax when the actor walks through the casting door, and this workshop helps each actor shed their fears and get comfortable as the casting room process is revealed. The basic fear is not knowing what to expect in an audition, and that can make it difficult to focus. Come see it from the Casting Directors perspective.

This workshop gives the actor useful, dynamic tools to work with, then provides one on one direction- all in a fun atmosphere that allows them to relax and learn.

The class is taught by improv performer and actor Barry McAlister. He has long been an on-camera actor and entertainer in the region. He is currently with the acclaimed troupe Improv Nashville, and has trained at the Second City in Chicago in improv and sketch comedy. He was also a Wolf Trap Teaching Artist in Metro Nashville Schools. Roles he’s created include “the dead guy” in country artist Joe Diffie’s “Prop Me Up Beside the Juke Box”, and the ice skating $100 bill for First Tennessean and the Predators. He also had the regions longest running children’s stage show “Juniper Junction”.

Casting Director, Regina Moore has been in the entertainment industry for over 30 years. Regina, first an actress, works currently as a casting director in the areas of Film, Television, Commercials, print, music videos and live performance. As an instructor, she relates to actors through casting and teaching. She is known for her ability to recognize potential and encouraging the growing actor with her straight forward, no nonsense approach. Her workshops deal with the audition process and she relates to the actor regardless of wither they are a beginner or a pro. She is accomplished in the field of casting, developing projects for production companies, and network television as a consultant in relationship to T.V. Hosts, actors, live performers, and audience related programming.

Hello, Regina!

The “improv” side of the class is the hook that got me interested in attending. The teaching presents a great beginning in an area I have heard about and seen but never actually tried out. It reminds me of stuff we did in college which I have, unfortunately, lost touch with. Taking your class tells me I must pursue that avenue further.

The “meet the casting director” side of the class is a very helpful bonus because it allows me to see behind the casting camera, presenting insights into how you do what you do, some whys, and some of how these things reflect what your clients are looking for. De-mystifying that experience promises me more peace of mind next time.

I was delighted with it all. Thanks for your efforts on my behalf.

Jordan

TO SIGN UP –

You can go to www.moorecasting.com and click on workshops, then click on

IMPROV for ACTORS: Focusing on Auditions and Performance, the registration form is below the description, then submit.

“DRAWN TO MOVE” AUDITIONS
Feb. 3, 2012 (4-9 p.m.) & Feb. 4, 3012 (1-5 p.m.)
Watkins College of Art, Design & Film @
2298 Rosa L. Parks Blvd., Nashville TN 37228
SYNOPSIS
Drawn to Move is a short length film scheduled to shoot on Feb. 24-26, 2012 in and
around the Nashville area. Christian Wick, a BFA candidate at Watkins College of Art,
Design & Film, will be directing the film to fulfill his Production IV/senior thesis
requirement. This will qualify him for graduation in May 2012. The story recalls Rod
Serling’s macabre anthology series Night Gallery (1970-1973). Left alone for the weekend,
a high school senior suspects that an early 20th century drawing in his living room may
be related to the strange goings-on around his house.
CHARACTER BREAKDOWNS
RICHARD: male, 17-18. Richard is a high school senior with little direction in life. His
parents want him to apply for college, but he would rather take a year off following
graduation. Outside of school, he spends his time idly – sleeping late, playing Xbox and
watching TV. However, unexplained phenomena around the house will challenge his
laziness and complacency.
COLIN: male, 17-18. Colin is Richard’s best friend. Unlike Richard, he has a plan for the
future. He wants to go to college right after high school. Colin may be tight with
Richard, but he also sees his friend as childish, lazy and unmotivated. Perhaps on some
level he will be glad to part ways with Richard so he can grow on his own.
OLD MAN: male, early 60’s – early 70’s. The Old Man is the mysterious subject of the
drawing on the living room wall. Is he real or not? No one seems to know for sure. But,
he is somehow linked to Richard’s house and a tragic event from long ago.
Actors will be compensated at a daily rate of $50. Craft services will
also be provided.
At auditions, actors will be asked to read a selected scene from the
script, so please show up early to look over the scene and prepare
accordingly. You may send headshots and further inquiries to
Christian Wick at cwick@watkins.edu or Nathan Rhoton at
brightboy.npr@gmail.com. Thanks!

AUDITIONS – NASHVILLE FILM INSTITUTE

The Nashville Film Institute (NFI) new FACEBOOK CASTING OFFICE & January OPEN CALL Auditions..
Open call auditions for upcoming short film projects will be January 21, 2012 from 1PM to 4PM.  Be prepared to cold read from actual project scripts.  Bring two pictures and resumes.
“Like” NFI Casting Office on FACEBOOK for current casting calls:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/NFI-Casting-Office/299420336748867
Mark your calendar for quarterly casting sessions:
January 21
April 21
July 21
October 20
For more info contact NFI instructor Carla Christina Contreras at carla@acelebrityexperience.com or 615-473-3465.
NFI is located at
The Factory at Franklin
230 Franklin Road
Building 2, 2nd Floor
Franklin, TN 37064

Audition Class

MASTER AUDITION WORKSHOP “Mastering the Audition Process”

REGINA MOORE OF MOORE CASTING

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE DATE: December 3rd, 2011 (Hosted by Alan Dysert and held at Regina Moore’s Casting Studio) Last Workshop of this year.

HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA DATE: : January 14th, 2012 (Hosted by Bill Billions) Two workshops available one for kids and one for adults

COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE DATE: : January 28th, 2012 (Hosted by Misty Pyburn) Two workshops available one for kids and one for adults

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY DATE: TBA 2012 Two workshops available one for kids and one for adults Contact : Kathy kathy@heymantalent.com

“You’ll learn advanced audition techniques, scene work, improvisation, while learning what Casting Directors and Talent Agents really have to say.”

“It can be difficult to relax when the actor walks through the casting door,” says Moore. “This workshop helps each actor shed their fears and get comfortable as the casting room process is revealed.” Come see it from the Casting Director’s perspective. Regina offers her knowledge in a nurturing and positive manner creating a comfort zone for actors to excel. Regina relates to the actor regardless of whether they are a beginner or a professional. As an instructor, she is known for her ability to recognize potential and encouraging the growing actor with her straight forward, no nonsense approach.

Regina Moore has been in the entertainment industry for over 30 years. First an actress, Regina is now a casting director in the areas of film, television, commercials, print, music videos, and live performances. She is, without a doubt, the busiest casting director in this region. She casts feature films, TV pilots, commercials, music videos and all other areas of on-camera performance. This is a rare opportunity to be one of a small group to study and audition for this very in-demand talent specialist in an intimate and informal atmosphere.

TBA 2011 Tucker Agency Model & Talent 9:00am- 1:00pm Kids/Teens, ages 10-16 2:00pm – 7:00pm Adults, ages 17 and up This is for all levels of actors and is a must for anyone that wants to audition more in the Southern region.” Call Tucker Agency Model & Talent for more details and reservations at 843-836-2540 or reach us here.

TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:

Advanced audition techniques
Scene work
Improvisation
How casting directors and talent agents communicate
Important relationships for performers
Learning who you are professionally
Promotional materials and marketing yourself
First impressions
Evaluation

Please fill out the form on the site www.moorecasting.com to sign up or
PLEASE CALL TO REGISTER (615) 831-0039

Watkins Project

Auditions for Directing Workshop
Watkins College of Art, Design & Film
PROJECT TITLE: Far From Heaven
DIRECTOR: Jason Downey
CONTACT INFO: jdowney@watkins.edu (615) 351-7774
Sides available in advance via email.
SYNOPSIS: Cathy and Eleanor discuss and plan out an upcoming event, while Cathy’s
daughter, Janice, practices her ballet in the living room and her elder brother/sister,
David/Danielle, tries to convince his mother to let him stay up late.
CASTING
JANICE: 8 years old, ballet dancer, enthusiastic
CATHY: mother, mid-thirties, warm-hearted
ELEANOR: 30 to early 40’s, lean, blond, professional
DAVID(or)DANIELLE: 11 years old, typical, energetic
LOCATION:
Watkins College of Art, Design, & Film
2298 Rosa L. Parks Blvd.
Nashville, TN 37228
Soundstages Room 625 & 623
AUDITION:
November 10th
4 P.M. – 6 P.M.
REHEARSALS:
November 14th
6 P.M. – 9 P.M.
SHOOT:
November 10, 2011
6 P.M. – 9 P.M.
All actors/actresses will receive a DVD copy of the performance once the final product
has been completed. Unfortunately, we will not be able to pay you for your time, but
hope that your experiences will more than make up for the lack of pay. Thank you for
your time.

WATKINS STUDENT FILM

Watkins College of Art, Design & Film
PROJECT TITLE: 713 Chance Street
DIRECTOR: Jason Downey
CONTACT INFO: (615) 351-7774
jdowney@watkins.edu
Sides available in advance via email.
SYNOPSIS: “713 Chance Street” by Jason Downey
A husband and wife have lost everything they own. Unemployed, out of steam, and having sold most of their belongings to pay bills, they resolve to have one last night
together before ending their misery with sleeping pills. The next morning, the husband unexpectedly awakens to find his wife has passed on. The story centralizes on his
experience after waking up.
CASTING
HUSBAND: Male, late twenties to 40s.
WIFE: Female, mid twenties to 40s.
CLERK: Male or Female, 18 years or older
CHILDREN: Boys and Girls, ages 5-10
AUDITION/REHEARSAL LOCATION:
Watkins College of Art, Design & Film
2298 Rosa L. Parks Blvd.
Nashville, TN 37228
Soundstages Room 625 & 623
Please email or call me to set up an audition. Must be available all day of Sunday, November 13th for shoot.
SHOOT:11/13/11
All actors/actresses will revive a DVD copy of the performance once the final
product has been completed. Unfortunately, we will not be able to pay you for your time
but hope that your experiences will more than make up for the lack of pay. Thank you
for your time.

FOCUSING ON SCRIPT
as requested by talent and talent agents

REGINA MOORE OF MOORE CASTING

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

REGINA MOORE WILL DO A TUESDAY NIGHT SESSION FOR 6 WEEKS TO FOCUS ON SCRIPTS  AND CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT

(6 WEEKS)
MEETING DATES: Tuesdays, October 18, 25, November 1, 8, 15 and 22, 2011
TIME: 5:30 to 7:30 PM

10 to 18 years old

COST: $195.00 TOTAL

“You’ll learn script techniques, character development, and what Casting Directors look for in your approach to a character.”

“It can be difficult to relax when the actor walks through the casting door,” says Moore. “This workshop helps each actor shed their fears and get comfortable with script-in- hand while in the casting room.” Come see it from the Casting Director’s perspective. Regina offers her knowledge in a nurturing and positive manner creating a comfort zone for actors to excel. Regina relates to the actor regardless of whether they are a beginner or a professional. As an instructor, she is known for her ability to recognize potential and encouraging the growing actor with her straight forward, no nonsense approach.

Regina Moore has been in the entertainment industry for over 30 years.  First an actress, Regina is now a casting director in the areas of film, television, commercials, print, music videos, and live performances. She is, without a doubt, the busiest casting director in this region. She casts feature films, TV pilots, commercials, music  videos and all other areas of on-camera performance. This is a rare opportunity to be one of a small group to study and audition for this very in-demand talent specialist in an intimate and informal atmosphere.

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TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:

  • script techniques
  • Scene work
  • Improvisation
  • Relating to the script
  • Working on listening and reacting
  • Learn how to approach the script professionally
  • Communicating without speaking
  • Becoming the character


PLEASE CALL TO REGISTER (615) 831-0039

Advance Audition Workshop

Regina Moore

ADVANCE AUDITION WORKSHOP
Commanding the Audition

REGINA MOORE OF MOORE CASTING

NASHVILLE, TN
DATE: SEPTEMBER 24th, 2011(Hosted by Alan Dysert)
TIME: 9:00AM to 4:00PM
LOCATION: Nashville, TN
PRICE: $125.00 (REGISTER BELOW)

TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:
Moving past just knowing the script
Determining what is unique about you as an actor
Advanced audition techniques
Scene work with commercial and film, movie scripts
Improvisation and how it relates to owning the audition
How casting directors and actors communicate in the audition
Evaluations

Regina Moore is, without a doubt, the busiest casting director in this region and hires moving companies indianapolis all the time. She casts feature films, TV pilots, commercials, music videos and all other areas of on-camera performance. This is a rare opportunity to be one of a small group to study and audition for this very in-demand talent specialist in an intimate and informal atmosphere.

This will not be a workshop offered monthly and is generally only offered once or twice per year.

Actors that have inquired about the class will be considered first.
Please fill out the online submission form on the web site @ moorecasting.com, to sign up or contact Regina Moore @ 615/ 831-0039.

Watkins Audition

AUDITIONS:

Film: Sam & Henry
When: Friday, Sep. 9th. Noon – 3:30pm
Where: Classroom 608
Casting:

HENRY: Male, early to mid 20s. A slightly character, often soft-spoken, the Benvolio of his friends.

ANNA: Female, early to mid 20s. A fastidious and driven woman – often dressing in a manner too mature for her age.

SAM: Female, early to mid 20s. Spontaneous to a fault, Sam has few close friends, but is, in no way shy. She has an innocent face and an infectious smile.

RICHARD: Male, early to mid 20s. Henry’s long-term best friend and roommate. A big friendly guy, with a carrying voice.

DEAN: Male, early to mid 20s. Often first to take things too far, Dean is the lightweight – the loud and unruly one.

Contact:
Ryne Driscoll
615-430-7472
rdriscoll@watkins.edu