Tuesday January 5, 2010
Creamery Arts Center
411 Sherman Parkway
We are looking for four MALES, between the ages of 20 and 30.
Sides will be provided at the audition, but we will get a google document link up to them in the next few days if you want to prepare ahead of time.
You must be willing to commit to one weekend a month. (This is when we will shoot the episodes.)
James Fairington (24ish) - The Filmmaker: James gets the chance to make some money and keep his failing career as a filmmaker afloat.
Mayven (25ish) - The troublemaker: He sees himself as a villain the “mastermind” - he just wants to win at life, whatever the cost.
Marcus 1 (late 20’s) - Executive - one half of the producing duo that gives James a shot.
Marcus 2 (late 20’s) - Executive - one half of the producing duo that gives James a shot.
Please arrive a close to 6 p.m. as possible Tuesday. Please bring a photograph of yourself (preferably a headshot, but we are flexible), a resume (or list of acting experience, if any/skills), please include your weekday and weekend availability on the resume or head shot.
Also make sure both the resume and headshot reflect your age and provide both a phone number and email address.
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We look forward to seeing you!
He’s just looking for a Good Time.
Occupation: Personal Trainer
Interests: Energy drinks, Smoothies, Sports - especially his Fantasy Synchronized Swimming League
Personal Quote: “Everyone should be as awesome as me.”
Rocky learns to use his webcam.
Rocky’s fantasy Synchronized Swimming team just lost in the Fantasy Final Four.
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We’ll take whatever you want to give from one to a million bucks and heck, we’ll probably even take your pocket lint!
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We here at Ordinary Average Life will be launching our brand new web series in late January 2010.
We’re excited are you?
Well, if you’re not, we hope you soon will be.
We’ll be posting lots of goodies in the next month about our progress and what we’re up to, so be sure to bookmark this site and check back often! We’ve got big plans and we’ll be taking over the Interwebs soon…
But in the meantime…
We want YOU to get involved!
So send us photos and stories about YOUR Ordinary Average Life!
Submissions will be accepted at email@example.com or you can post them in the comments here or you can head over to our Facebook fan page and post them there!
Each week, and maybe day, we’ll see how we’re feeling… we’ll post the ones that entertain us the most, intrigue us or generally make us LOL.
If we really like what you send us, maybe you’ll be lucky enough to be featured in one of our episodes, so when you send in your submissions be sure to let us know the best way to contact you!
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