Whole Foods Comedy Auditions with Vicky Boone

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Whole Foods Comedy Auditions with Vicky Boone

Postby smerlin » January 27th, 2014, 1:08 pm

Vicky Boone Casting is looking for men ages 25-40 for three roles for a unique 1930s-40s era web video project for Whole Foods Market.

This will be casting on TUESDAY January 28th and will shoot on FRIDAY January 31st. They will also be having a rehearsal on either Wednesday or Thursday. There is NO CALLBACK for this job.

Rate is $1500 for session and one year internet use only. Plus $200 for rehearsal day.

Please read the character descriptions below and follow the submission instructions if you feel like you fit one of the character.

These characters should seem to come straight out of the 1930s-40s. It's beneficial if you have any improv or comedy experience.

*Jack - Male - Caucasian - 27-39 - Shady - used to back-alley deals.

*Ralph - Male - Caucasian - 27-39 - A once All-American guy who has traveled the wrong path. He's exposing his young friend Jimmy to the seedy underworld.

*The Piano Player - Male - Caucasian - 30-39 - Totally weird, possibly insane. Special sort of bizarre. Crazy hair and facial expressions necessary.

To submit send an email to vbcauditions@gmail.com with the following information:

Please use the subject: "Whole Foods - Character Name". Replacing "Character Name" with the character you think you fit best.

Submit the following in the body of your email, even if it's on your resume:
1 - Your FULL NAME
2 - Your best contact PHONE NUMBER
3 - Confirm your availability for the audition, rehearsal, and shoot dates.
4 - Two Photos - One headshot and one 3/4 or full body.
5 - Resume - if you have one, preferably in PDF format.
6 - Please make a special note about any comedy or improv experience you have
7 - If you're submitting for The Piano Player, let us know if you actually are one.
*bonus fun creativity points* For submitting a SHORT note about how you relate to the character you're submitting for.
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