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Casting Call: Sunday, Oct. 30

ae_cover_casting2Attention: Working, professional, up-and-coming and aspiring actors, Impact is hosting a casting call for the films that you see published in GT this week. Please bring a headshot and resume (if you have them) as well as a demo reel or any other professional video footage on a DVD (if you have it). If you don’t have professional acting materials, no worries, just come prepared. Scripts will be present at the auditions, or you can cut them out of the paper, or download below.

Here’s the information:

Date: Sunday, Oct. 30

Time: 1 to 5 p.m. (Must have a scheduled audition time.)

Place: Impact, 1414 Soquel Ave., Suite 102, Santa Cruz, 824-9660.

Bring: Headshot, resume, demo reel (if you have them).

Be: Prepared. Have your lines loosely memorized.

Wear: Clothing that fits the character.

Do: Call or email Deva Blaisdell-Anderson at Impact to secure an audition appointment at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 831-824-9671.

Breakdowns: In the biz, “breakdowns” are the lists of characters needed for a script. Read these descriptions and see if there’s a character here that fits your type. If so, keep that in mind and when you arrive at the auditions, tell the casting people which role(s) you are auditioning for.

Jesus Freak

Jesus Freak: 20-40. Male. Can pull off geeky. Wears an outdated suit.

Young Woman: 20-35. Female. Modestly dressed. Mousy looking.

Jesus: 25-40. Male. Open to all looks and ethnicities.cover_book

Open/Download: Jeasus_Freak.pdf.

Smarty Pants

Malcolm: 25-35. Male. A wanna-be professor type.

Lexi: 25-35, his girlfriend.

Open/Download: Smarty_Pants.pdf

Tip of My Tongue

Roger: 25-35. Male.

Maggie: 25-35. Female.

Buddy: A homeless man in his sixties.

Open/Download: Tip_of_My_Tongue.pdf

See original Cover Story...


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written by Christa Martin, October 27, 2011
Hi Patti,
You should email or call them and see if they would budge with ages, especially with the Jesus Freak story - the woman at the door.
written by Patti Bond, October 26, 2011
This sounds like so much fun! Too bad I don't fit the age requirements....

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