Thursday, December 8, 2011

Auditions: Thursday, December 8, 2011

This post contains auditions posted on Thursday, December 8, 2011.

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EMERGENCY CASTING CALL! Role for Actress in early/mid-20s reopened...

So casting for the role of Jane in the TRUE FEELINGS short film has been re-opened abruptly!

If you are an actress in your early/mid-20s and have what it takes to be a vulnerable, damaged sexpot with heaps of attitude, respond ASAP. We start shooting on Friday. Link to our previous short films below!

Think Rita Hayworth with no faith in humanity.

And btw, for all those who already responded to this post in the past week, know that I am going over all your emails/messages again and will get back to everyone regardless of who is cast.

Thanks for the interest! (

- Bryan Hiltner, writer/director

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Source: Private Submission



What: Greater Tuna by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears, and Ed Howard
Directed by Jim Fully

Where: Slocum House Theatre, 600 Esther St, Vancouver, WA.
Located at Esther Short Park in the heart of downtown Vancouver

When: December 18th at 6pm and December 19th at 7pm

Who: 2 men. All males encouraged to apply regardless of age, color, shape, size.

The show will run from February 17th through March 11 and rehearsals will start shortly after New Years.

More info: What do Arles Struvie, Thurston Wheelis, Aunt Pearl, Petey Fisk, Phineas Blye and Rev. Spikes have in common? In this hilarious send-up of small town morals and mores, they are all among the upstanding citizens of Tuna, Texas' third smallest town. The long-running Off Broadway hit features two actors creating the entire population of Tuna in a tour de farce of quick change artistry, changing costumes and characterizations faster than a jack rabbit runs from a coyote. Two actors, twenty characters and a barrell of laughs, ya'll.

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Actors Needed for Senior Thesis Film (Forest Grove)

Looking for two actors to portray young Mark (10-15) and Ridley Cooper (22-35) in a senior thesis film. Look below for character descriptions, logline, and shooting dates!

Production: "The Final Cut"

Shooting dates are January 9-15th and 18-19th (Look at character description for the character's shooting dates)


A budding journalist at the online newspaper, the Orbit Times, Mark Bryson, 25, just found out that he won a national journalist award for his articles on the notorious serial killer "The Box Cutter." The same day he receives a death threat from the serial killer himself. Mark has limited time before the Box Cutter makes him his next victim, but Mark's dark secrets cause him to make one wrong move after another, which could lead him to his untimely death.


Male actor needed age 22-35 to play Ridley Cooper (Shooting Dates Jan 12th-15, 18th,19th)

Ridley Cooper is a journalist at the Orbit Times that has a knack for getting into other people's business and not leaving them alone. He has been at the paper for longer than Mark, but does not have the talent to make a name for himself. He dresses to impress, to go along with a personality that is borderline egotistical. Loves to give Mark a hard time.

Young male actor age 10-15 to play Young Mark (Jan 8th or 14th)

Young Mark spends time inside reading and drawing. He never has had friends. He tries to make sure his mother is happy by keeping the house clean. Is afraid of his mother.

*Child will only be able to see their scene when cut, but if parents would like I will send the parents a full dvd copy after it is done.

The production cannot pay the actors, but you will receive catering on set and a DVD copy of the film after it is finished (May-June 2012)

Please email for more information or if you are interested!


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Source: Craigslist


Calling All Pirates, Swashbucklers, Buccaneers and Scallywags (Portland and surrounding areas)

Our interview session has been pushed back in order for us to collect more great applications!

Ace of Ruin Piratical Entertainment is looking for talented swashbucklers to shanghai crews aboard our good ship the Salacia's Favour. Men and women between the ages of 21-35 are welcome to audition for on-call work that will be seeing it's busiest time of year.

This type of entertainment is for both kids and adults, featuring anything from "Follow The Leader" to historically accurate drinking games! Ideally, our future plunderer will have experience working with kids, and is certainly not afraid to command a rowdy group and give them a good adventure. Preferably, the future pirate has their own vehicle, as well as piratical, and most importantly, entertainment experience. Garb will not be provided by the crew, however we will help with any alterations, antiquing or ideas/inspirations. All other equipment, training, scheduling and appointment-making will be handled by the Captain and the Master-at-Arms-- all you need to do is show up to the location after you are debriefed, and collect your earnings.
If you have ever wanted to take a hobby in piracy, this is one venture that will actually pay... it's all about having fun, and more importantly, giving the guest the best damn time they've ever had! Be a part of the Salacia's Favour, and join the fun, rowdy, unique style that makes us one of the best.

Interviews will be held on the evening of December 15th. Please send an email with your resume and we will get back to you with details.A background check will be performed.

Compensation: $50/hour/event + tips

For more information, check out our Facebook page:

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30-40 Actress, PAID (Portland)

$300 for a one day shoot. Looking for a 30s-40s young-ish mother, the type of woman who would host a book club. You'd be extolling the virtues of an iPad eReader app. Possible dates for one-day shoot: December 15, 16, 19, or 20. Please send me a link to your reel or your work.

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Hammergeil Media / A Monkey's Done It Media is Casting (Beaverton)

Production title: The Brewpub
Union / Non-Union: Non-Union
Production Type: Independent
Project length: Web Series (5-8 minute episodes)
Project format: 16:9 HD
Production location: Portland, OR
Production Company: Hammergeil Media / A Monkey's Done It Media
Director: Timo Schroeder
Producer: Jason Ericson
Audition Location: 15021 SW Millikan Way, Beaverton, OR 97006
Shooting Location: Tualatin, OR
Compensation: No


Auditions: December 10, 2011 11:30 -- 4:30 PM
Call Backs: End of December, Early January as schedules allow
Shooting Starts: Jan 21, 2012
Shooting Ends: Open ended

"The Brewpub" is a comedic character-driven web series about Scott and Brandon, two best friends who hang out together at a local Portland brew pub. The scripts focus on banter between the two friends, as well as a small cast of assorted characters who enter into Scott and Brandon's world.

Character BIOS


Scott is a late 20s early 30s gay male who loves beer and isn't afraid to geek out about it. He spends many evenings at his favorite local brew pub, discussing the many technical details of the beer he's enjoying with his best friend Brandon and anyone else who will listen.


Brandon is a late 20s early 30s gay male who has good taste in beer but knows nothing about the technical details. He simply drinks what tastes good to him. He spends many evenings at the brew pub with his best friend Scott, with whom he often discusses the things he geeks out about, like soccer or home theater.

Prepare a
1-2 minute monologue for the audition. Thanks!

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Source: Craigslist