Title: Vanderbilt Senior Thesis Casting Call Nashville, TN
Date: 2018-01-09 21:05:12
Vanderbilt Senior Thesis Casting Call
Looking for actors for a production taking place over 4-5 days the first two weeks of February.
Weekdays and nights will be utilized. The actor portraying THE MAN/THE WOMAN (the lead is not gender specific) will need to be available each day, while all others will have one day of shooting.
PROJECT TITLE: COOP
TYPE: Non-Union, Student
GENRE: Supernatural Noir
RUNTIME: 7-10 minutes
WRITER/DIRECTOR: Daniel Shaykevich
PRODUCER: Anthony Clifton
COMPENSATION: Food, Credit, Copy
AUDITION DETAILS: Sundays, January 14th and 21st, 2-5 PM
Vanderbilt University, Cohen Memorial Hall, Room 203
If interested, please send headshot and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org along with which role you would like to audition for and time range you are available within. If you are unable to attend auditions at the above times, a copy of a monologue or reel will be accepted at the same email.
LOGLINE: Disillusioned about the nature of existence, THE MAN/THE WOMAN embarks on a journey between connected worlds to learn “the truth”, guided by characters playing various roles in the machine of the universe. What he (or she) learns ultimately forces a decision regarding his/her place in life.
•THE MAN/THE WOMAN: Male/Female, 25-35. Disparaged, disillusioned. Moves around in a semi-trance like he/she is in a dream, which might be the case, given the events going on. Looking for “the truth.”
•THE OLD MAN/THE OLD WOMAN: Male/Female, 45+. Cheery, in a mean-spirited way. Has experienced the crisis the protagonist now faces, and comes out the other side. Apparently homeless, dresses in an amalgam of strange clothing.
•THE BARISTA: Male, 20-35. Incredibly muscular, more than a little hostile towards his clients. The gatekeeper to THE MAN’s journey.
•THE LIBRARIAN: Female, 50+. Frumpy and grumpy. Does not understand the protagonist’s existential search.
•THE COSTUMER: Male, 45+. One of the artists behind the construction of the world. Works 24 hours a day with total concentration.