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Casting Female for Short Film

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Hi,

I’m going to be in this short film and the director is still looking to cast a female late 20s to early 30s any ethnicity.  It is paid and the female role would shoot Fri. March 13, Saturday March 14, and Sunday March 15.  If you are interested, send your headshot and resume to the director William Holden at holdenw1@gmail.com. He is looking to cast next week.

Break a leg!

David

Written by David Levin

January 30th, 2015 at 7:29 pm

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Law School Casting

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T.J. Mannix was nice enough to let me share this casting from the mailing list of his Audition Technique Class at the Magnet.  So if you haven’t taken it already, check it out!

 

Hey all,

 
Hope you had a relaxing holiday surrounded by people you actually like!
 
Check out the casting below – if you match one of the roles, you should submit ASAP.    Live industrial at NYU Law School – helping professors teach jury selection.  Pay is $250/day.
 
Cheers,

—–Original Message—–
From: Steven Petrillo <spetrillo@workshoptheater.org>
To: Steven Petrillo <spetrillo@workshoptheater.org>
Sent: Wed, Jan 7, 2015 1:51 am
Subject: Casting-Jury Selection Training Sessions-NYU Law School

Ladies and Gentlemen,
Happy New Year!!! I hope that it is beginning well for ALL!
I am assisting on casting actors for a Training session for lawyers, conducted by The National Attorneys General Training Institute. The date of this ‘performance’ is:
January 16th 11:30-5pm.
We are seeking 24 actors to play various characters with specific backgrounds and criteria.
Here are some variables:
1) Needed 12 men 12 Women see below for character descriptions.
2) January 15th from 12-3pm, all actors will be needed during this time for at least a half hour for preparation for the job on the 16th.
3) January 16th from 11:30-5pm, all actors called for the duration. NYU Law School.
4) Fee $250 per actor, payable at the end of the day.
5) Submit picture resume, to me, only if you are FULLY AVAILABLE both days during those times. Absolutely no conflicts. Keep in mind travel time.
6) If you are called/hired I’ll forward more details about venues, getting contracts, and character story-lines, etc.
7) If you are not available, but know someone who might be interested that fits one of the descriptions, I appreciate any recommendations.

Breakdown of characters, w/name, age range and actual age:
We need THREE actors per role.
Actor One – ANDREA BRYANT
(early to mid 30’s (33) – Black)
Actor Two – JONATHAN GIBSON
(early 20’s (22) – White)
Actor Three – CATHERINA AMALFITANO
(late 30’s-early 40’s (40) – White)
Actor Four – GEORGE JACOBS
(early 20’s (21) – White)
Actor Five – JOSEPHINE GRAHAM
(late 30s-early 40’s (38) – Hispanic)
Actor Six – JOANNE BAKER
(early-mid 50’s (53) – White)
Actor Seven – JOSHUA LI
(late teens-early 20’s (20) – Asian)
Actor Eight – HERBERT TURNER
(late 60’s (68) – Black)
I hope to hear from a bunch of you. Thank you for your interest.
Sincerely,
Steve Petrillo
stevenpnyc@aol.com

Written by David Levin

January 8th, 2015 at 1:58 am

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“How to Get and Keep an Agent” FREE Actors Connection Tele-seminar

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Happy New Year!

In case you aren’t on Actors Connection mailing list, they are having a “How to Get and Keep an Agent” FREE  tele-seminar this Monday night.  I went to a live version of this several years ago through AFTRA (it was before the merger with SAG) and learned a lot.  Info below!

David

I’m excited to start off 2015 by hosting this awesome, complimentary live call with Actors Connection partner Lisa Gold and actorpreneur Tyrone Jackson on Monday, January 5th at 6:30pm Pacific, 9:30pm Eastern.

SIGN UP HERE NOW
Lisa has been teaching thousands of actors for the last decade the ins and outs of getting (and keeping) a great agent and I’m thrilled to bring this great information to you, our Actors Connection actors, fresh in the new year.

On this call you’ll learn:

  • To understand exactly where your talent and value fit into the overcrowded professional marketplace.
  • What an agent is really looking for first when evaluating your headshot and resume.
  • How to create the best impression when called in for an agency interview, standing out from the rest, and leaving with representation.
  • How to set up the communication between you and your agent that keeps you “top of mind” and consistently submitted for auditions.
  • How to create the wealthy artist mindset that is so necessary in today’s market place and create better art.
SIGN UP HERE NOW
Join me as I host this call and ask the questions every actor wants the answers to:
How do I get an agent interested?
How do I keep them engaged and sending me out?
And so much more!

It’s F*R*E*E but you need to SIGN UP in order to get the dial in information.
All the best and “see” you in the New Year!

Best,
Tony Nation

 

Written by David Levin

January 2nd, 2015 at 6:19 pm

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