Thursday, July 30, 2015

Hotel Congress hosts HoCo Fest this Labor Day Weekend

 

 

 

 

HoCo Is Right Around The Corner!

 

Hotel Congress hosts HoCo Fest this Labor Day Weekend (Sept. 4 - Sept. 6)!  For Club Congress' 30th Anniversary, we have three days of both local and national acts bringing their sound to Tucson, from HoCo mainstay Roger Clyne to classic Tucson bands Camper Van Beethoven and Pollo Elastico. Sunday, September 6 culminates the festival with a gigantic Latin night featuring the internationally-renowned Mexrissey. This is Tucson's oldest indoor/outdoor multimedia festival, with great food, fabulous company, and the best drinks in town.

 

 

Ge Your HoCo Tickets Here!

 

 

Unknown Mortal Orchestra

The threads of our past never unravel, they hover like invisible webs, occasionally glistening due to a sly angle of the sun. On Multi-Love, Unknown Mortal Orchestra front man and multi-instrumentalist Ruban Nielson reflects on relationships: airy, humid longing, loss, the geometry of desire that occurs when three people align. Where Nielson addressed the pain of being alone, Multi-Love takes on the complications of being together. See them at 7 p.m. on Monday, August 3. 

Snag Tickets Here

 

 

Born & Brewed Is Back!

Starting off Tucson's craft beer weekend is this year's 4th Annual Born & Brewed which is bigger and better than ever. The hunt to find Tucson's Best Beer is taking place at 7 p.m. on Friday, September 18. We've also added a new event to the mix: Bikes, Brew, and BBQ from 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, September 19! Enjoy our local craft beer bike tour around Downtown Tucson. You'll also get awesome BBQ, access to our relaxing beer garden, live music, and the chance to support local non-profit Living Streets Alliance.


 

Check Out Craft Beer Weekend!

 


Thursday, July 30
Opti Club: Nathaniel Knows
9PM, FREE, 21+
Saturday, August 1
Árstíðir 
7PM, $12/ $14, 21+
Sunday, August 2
Brick + Mortar
7PM, $10, All Ages

 

 

 

Hotel Congress

311 East Congress Street

Tucson, AZ 85701

 

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LTW Building the Future Dinner and Auction

From: LTW Publicity - Stephanie Frankenfield [mailto:publicity@livetheatreworkshop.org]
Sent: Thursday, July 30, 2015 3:00 PM
Subject: LTW Dinner and Auction press release

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Live Theatre Workshop proudly presents

 

Building the Future

Dinner and Auction

 

Join Live Theatre Workshop at the beautiful Savoy Opera House at Trail Dust Town for our first annual Dinner and Auction, and help us raise funds to continue our work of bringing great theatre and theatre education to the Tucson Community.

This night of fun will include an irresistible catered dinner and outstanding musical entertainment by Diane Van Deurzen & Lisa Otey--a dynamic duo, a perfect blend of hot jazz, sultry blues and cabaret --as well as a spirited silent and live auction full of unique and highly coveted treasures that will help you rediscover all that Tucson has to offer.

Saturday, September 19, 2015 at 5:30 PM

At the Savoy Opera House

6541 E Tanque Verde Rd

 

Tickets are $75 per person with your choice of Steak, Chicken, or Vegetarian meal

 

 

To make your reservation call (520) 327-4242

For more information go to www.livetheatreworkshop.org

LIVE THEATRE WORKSHOP * 5317 E. Speedway * Tucson, AZ 85712

Located on the north side of Speedway between Rosemont and Craycroft

 

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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Introducing: STANISLAVSKY FOR KIDS! - TucsonStage special offer

 

From: Pamela Fowler [mailto:theaslanskid@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 29, 2015 5:22 PM
Subject: RE: Stanislavsky for kids

 

Introducing: Stanislavsky for kids!

Acting classes geared just for kids (no adult themes)

Interested students will learn to act using the Stanislavski Method

Group class sizes are limited so every child can perform and grow as an actor.

Private lessons are available to help prepare for auditions and roles.

Affordable!  (TucsonStage.com members get $5.00 off their first lesson, just mention this you saw this ad on TucsonStage.com)

Contact Pam Fowler @ theaslanskid@gmail.com or call 520-721-0003

 

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GASLIGHT THEATRE AUDITIONS THIS SATURDAY

 

From: Becky Gilmour [mailto:beckygilmour@qwestoffice.net]
Sent: Wednesday, July 29, 2015 2:50 PM
Subject: REMINDER GASLIGHT AUDITIONS THIS SATURDAY

 

 

 

The Gaslight Theatre is holding Open Auditions THIS SATURDAY, 8/1 at 12:00 PM.

We are casting for the rest of our 2015 Season including the Christmas show and the entire 2016 season! Must have performing experience with a strong singing voice.

For your audition, please prepare 2 songs that best show your vocal ability and range, at least  32 bars of each. Bring a headshot and resume.

Also, you will need to provide the sheet music in your key for your selections. We will have an accompanist here for you. No appointment necessary.

 

The Gaslight Theatre – Musical Comedy Melodrama Theatre – Entertaining Tucson for 37 years!

 

 

7010 E. Broadway Boulevard

Tucson, AZ 85710

 

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Live Theatre Workshop presents My Life in Sports

 

From: LTW Publicity - Stephanie Frankenfield [mailto:publicity@livetheatreworkshop.org]
Sent: Wednesday, July 29, 2015 2:48 PM
Subject: Press Release for My Life in Sports

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Live Theatre Workshop proudly presents

 

My Life in Sports

by Bill Epstein

 

Directed by Sabian Trout

 

Featuring

Bill Epstein

 

Written and performed by Tucson favorite Bill Epstein, this one-man show is a brilliantly written look at identity, masculinity, sports...and love. A nostalgic, comic and poignant coming-of-age story.

 

August 13 – August 22, 2015

Preview Performances: Thursday, 8/13 & Friday, 8/14 at 7:30 PM

Opening Night Performance: Saturday, 8/15 at 7:30 PM

Final Thursday Performance: Thursday, 8/20 at 7:30 PM

One Saturday Matinee on 8/22 at 3:00 PM

Regular Performances: Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30 PM

with Sunday Matinees at 3:00 PM

 

Preview & Final Thursday Tickets: $14

General Admission: $20

Students, Seniors 62+, & Military: $18



To make your reservation call (520) 327-4242

For more information go to www.livetheatreworkshop.org

LIVE THEATRE WORKSHOP * 5317 E. Speedway * Tucson, AZ 85712

Located on the north side of Speedway between Rosemont and Craycroft

 

 

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First Annual Tucson Comedy Arts Festival!

 

From: Justin Lukasewicz [mailto:justin@tucsonimprov.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 29, 2015 12:10 PM
Subject: HUGE Tucson Comedy Announcement

 

 

First Annual Tucson Comedy Arts Festival!

 

 

Comedy from Across the Country comes to the Old Pueblo this November!

 

Thank you loyal TIM fans for your support!  Today we start the next chapter in our Comedy History with the launch of the Tucson Comedy Arts Festival or #TCAF!

 

November 4th through 7th the TIM Comedy Theater stage will play host to improv, stand up, storytelling, and alternative comedy from around the country alongside the most talented acts in Tucson!

 

 

We have an national line up of veteran instructors coming to teach workshops and perform during the festival including: Zach Ward the founder of DSI Comedy Theater in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Eric Hunicutt actor, director, writer, and teacher based in Los Angeles, and the 808 Hip Hop Improv team!

 

 

 

Want to perform?  Register today on the TCAF website

 

Want to Watch?  Info on show tickets will be released October 1st

 

Want to know everything going on with #TCAF?  Follow and Like us:

Facebook        Twitter

 

 

 

Website: www.tucsonimprov.com

Email: info@tucsonimprov.com

Local: 520-314-7299

 

Tucson Improv Movement | 1303 East University Blvd #20777 | Tucson, AZ 85719

 

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Ballet Tucson’s exciting 2015 - 2016 season, celebrating 30 years of “Art that Moves”

 

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Vaudeville Entertainment Productions

 

From: james@vaudeville-entertainment.com
Sent: Tuesday, July 28, 2015 3:46 PM
Subject: Vaudeville Entertainment Productions

 

Vaudeville Entertainment

Productions

 

We are a local Tucson production company which provides classic entertainment and promotes local artists.  Give our Podcast a listen on our website, come support local writers at our Spoken Word Open Mic, and enjoy classic Film Noir movies at our Downtown Noir Film Series.  

 

The Vaudeville Entertainment Podcast features original monologues and short plays, interviews with local artists, and classic productions from the days of Old Time Radio that include the original commercials.  The podcast is free to listen to on our website.

 

Spoken Word and Downtown Noir are located at The Screening Room, 127 E Congress St, Tucson, AZ 85701, next to Elliot's on Congress, across from the Chicago Music Store.  Spoken Word Open Mic is a free event for all ages.  Film tickets are $5 for general admission, $4 for students/military, $3.50 for seniors/children.

 

Spoken Word Open Mic is every second (2nd) Thursday of the month at 7pm.  Downtown Noir is every last Thursday of the month at 7pm.  Films and dates can be found on our website or social media pages.


vaudeville-entertainment.com

facebook.com/vaudeville.entertainment

twitter: @equalspectrum

 

If you have any questions or comments, please email james@vaudeville-entertainment.com.

 

 

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Gaslight Theatre: The Music of George Strait w/ Kevin Sterner - August 3rd @ 7PM

 

 

ONLY 10 TABLES LEFT!

August 3rd at 7:00 PM!

 

Don't Miss this Monday Night Concert!

UPCOMING CONCERTS

Click here to see more info.

 

August 3, 2015 - Strait Country - Kevin Sterner

August 8, 2015 - The Manhattan Dolls - 30's and 40's USO Style show Feat. Mike Yarema

August 10, 2015 - Mariachi Extravaganza

August 17, 2015 - Take it Easy- A Salute to The Eagles - Walker Foard

 

 

The Gaslight is available for meetings , presentations and special events.

For more information contact Becky by emailing her here.

 

AWARD WINNING MAGICIAN ERIC GILLIAM AT THE GREAT AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5TH

 

From: The Great American Playhouse <info@gaplayhouse.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 28, 2015 11:01 AM
Subject: [SPAM] AWARD WINNING MAGICIAN ERIC GILLIAM AT THE GREAT AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5TH

 

THE GREAT AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE PRESENTS AN EVENING OF MAGIC & ILLUSION WITH AWARD WINNING MAGICIAN ERIC GILLIAM! 

ERIC WILL BRING HIS HIGH ENERGY MAGIC SHOW TO THE PLAYHOUSE ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5TH @ 7pm!

       Awards & special appearances include:
         Guest performance on BBC TV show, "The Magicians" in London, England

·         Guest performance on Italian TV show, "The Illusionist" in Rome, Italy

·         Siegfried and Roy young magician's award for most original act in Las Vegas

·         World Teen Magic Champion at the World Magic Convention in Las Vegas

·         Society of American Magicians award for most professional promise

·         Lance Burton award of Excellence in Las Vegas at the World Magic Seminar

ONE WEEK AWAY!!! GET YOUR TICKETS FOR THIS AWESOME EVENING OF MAGIC & ILLUSION THAT IS FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!


WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5TH 2015 @ 7PM 

 

TICKETS PRICES ARE:
$19.95- ADULTS & SENIORS
$17.75- STUDENTS & ACTIVE MILITARY DISCOUNT
$10.00- CHILDREN 12 & UNDER
(AN 8.6% SALES TAX WILL BE APPLIED TO EVERY TICKET) 

MAGIC! ILLUSION! FOOD & DRINK! A WORLD OF WONDER!


DON'T FORGET- "THE AMAZINGS IN ACTION: HEROES OF TOMORROW" IS NOW PLAYING THRU AUGUST 22.

Call the GAP Box Office (520)512-5145 for tickets.
 
Box Office opens 10AM Tuesday-Saturday(12PM Sunday)
 
Great American Playhouse
13005 N Oracle Rd
Tucson, AZ 85739
 

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BUY ONE GET ONE THURSDAY 7/30 & FRIDAY 7/31 AT THE GREAT AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE!

 

From: The Great American Playhouse <info@gaplayhouse.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 28, 2015 10:35 AM
Subject: BUY ONE GET ONE THURSDAY 7/30 & FRIDAY 7/31 AT THE GREAT AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE!

 

 

THE GREAT AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE IS OFFERING A BUY ONE TICKET GET ONE FREE FOR THIS THURSDAY & FRIDAY'S PERFORMANCES OF "THE AMAZINGS IN ACTION: HEROES OF TOMORROW!"

ESCAPE THE HEAT & HAVE AN AMAZING TIME! THIS THURSDAY, JULY 30TH @ 7PM & FRIDAY, JULY 31ST AT 6PM!

Bring the whole family to catch this Funny, Heartwarming and Action-Packed Adventure, with a "Cast that is Packed with Talent!"- AZ Daily Star



BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE SPECIAL!

THURSDAY, JULY 30th @ 7PM & FRIDAY, JULY 31st @ 6PM!

YOU READ THAT RIGHT!  THE 7PM PERFORMANCE ON THURSDAY, JULY 30th & 6PM SHOW ON FRIDAY, JULY 31st!!!
 

Buy One Adult Ticket and Get One Ticket Free!

(This applies to the 7PM Performance on THURSDAY 7/30 & 6PM ON FRIDAY 7/31 ONLY! It does not apply to any other performance. IT ALSO DOES NOT APPLY TO ANY PREVIOUS TICKET PURCHASES TO THESE PERFORMANCES!)


"THE AMAZINGS IN ACTION:HEROES OF TOMORROW!" RUNS THRU AUGUST 22.

Call the GAP Box Office (520)512-5145 for tickets.
 
Box Office opens 10AM Tuesday-Saturday(12PM Sunday)
 
Great American Playhouse
13005 N Oracle Rd
Tucson, AZ 85739
 

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Odyssey Storytelling presents "DETOURS"

http://www.storyartsgroup.org/odyssey/Odyssey/Next_Show.html

 

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Odyssey Storytelling Presents:

“DETOURS”

Curated by Carolyn Fort

Doors open at 6:30 p.m., Show starts at 7:00 p.m.

The Screening Room, 

127 E. Congress Street, Tucson, $8

 

What happens when we're derailed, sidetracked, or change horses mid-stream? Come hear stories of Detours!

 

Storytellers: Writer, activist, performer, Claire Louise Swinford; movie reviewer and proud mother, Jana Segal; change maker, Michelle Pitot; writer and editor, Elena Acoba; Feminist, free spirit, Lisannette Adelaida Dawson-Ruiz; and author, storyteller, David Ellis Dickerson!



Storyteller Bios:



A Midwesterner by birth, Michelle Pitot ended up in Tucson via an eight year bypass that routed her to the San Francisco Bay Area. Tucson was also meant to be a brief detour on her way to Colorado but here she is, almost 20 years later, without a single Rocky Mountain in sight. Michelle is also a Social Worker by birth and now by choice, with a lifelong goal to change the world. For a long time she did that by working with delinquent teenagers, then she accidentally veered into the world of Wall Street when the tiny agency she worked for upon her arrival in Tucson expanded across the country and went public, trading on NASDAQ. Finally, she chose to leave that particular freeway and now work as one of the many changemakers at the YWCA, where she is Chief of Staff.



Los Angeles-born Elena Acoba has been telling stories her whole life. Her first published works were part of an elementary school anthology; her pieces appeared in the section of second-grade authors. Elena gravitated to writing stories about real people and events, which naturally led her to a bachelor of arts degree in journalism from Cal State Long Beach and a career at several news outlets in the Los Angeles and San Diego areas. Looking for another gig, she decided 27 years ago to accompany her now-husband to Tucson, where he landed an editing job at the Arizona Daily Star. The only thing she knew about Arizona was Barry Goldwater. She decided to go only after she discovered that Tucson had a good Chinese restaurant. After another year of journalism, Elena switched to telling the story of the Old Pueblo as publications director at what's now Visit Tucson. Today she is marking nearly 18 years as an independent writer and editor, telling stories from gardening to the miracle of mechanical hearts.



Jana Segal received her MFA in Dramatic Writing from Brandeis University. Her screenplay, Model-T Biscuits, won first place at both the International Family Film Festival and Moondance. The self-proclaimed queen of no budget films, Jana wrote/produced/directed several short films.  Jana has been active in building the Tucson film community for over 15 years. As the president of AIVF (renamed IFASA), Jana organized the 3 Minute Thriller Film Contest and the popular filmmakers mixers.  Jana is the founder of Reel Inspiration - a grassroots organization created to encourage and promote diverse films that inspire, give hope, or raise human consciousness.  She coordinated Reel Inspiration’s Film Contests, the Reel Vision Filmmakers' Conference and Directing Workshops.  She also promotes meaningful films through movie reviews atwww.reelinspiration.blogspot.com.



Recently returned Tucson native David Ellis Dickerson is an author, storyteller, and former greeting card writer who is a regular contributor to public radio's "This American Life," where he usually tells stories about his fundamentalist Christian upbringing. As the host of the YouTube channel "Greeting Card Emergency," he has also become the unofficial greeting card laureate of public radio, with interviews on Morning Edition, Weekend Edition, Talk of the Nation, Studio 360 and other shows. His greeting card memoir, "House of Cards," was published by Riverhead in 2009. A volunteer docent at the U of A Poetry Center, David currently writes, teaches, and looks under sofa cushions for spare change.



Lisannette Adelaida Dawson-Ruiz hails from the Bronx, New York.  In 2007, bored with the constant strain of not be being able to afford a living, she randomly moved to Tempe, AZ in search of adventure and self.  She met her future wife and followed her to Tucson when she got laid off during the recession.   Almost 8 years later, she's a Tucson convert in love with sites and sounds of the city and its vibrant culture, she's built a lovely nest on the southside with Robyn, and their kitties, Aladdin and Jasmine.  When Lisannette's not super busy with her epic social life, she enjoys volunteering for local non-profits such as the Body Love Conference, and salsa dancing, especially with the university's Rueda de Casino Club.



Curator:  



Carolyn Langford Hussein Fort detests writing bios and instead chose a few nouns and adjectives (and one adverb) that give the basic idea. She remains a Luddite, Southerner, uncomfortable daughter, lover of most creatures great and small, occasionally successful friend, descendant of a short line of intellectual snobs, astonished partner/fiancé, olive enthusiast, introverted exhibitionist, amusedly aging, and unabashed devotee of Meat Loaf.





 

Venue: The Screening Room, 127 E. Congress Street, Tucson.

            Parking information found here, and a map identifying downtown parking areas here.

           

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We’ve chosen themes for 2015 to make it easier for future 

storytellers to see where your favorite personal story will fit in.

 

Next Up 

 

September 3, 2015: “Escape”

The Screening Room, 127 E. Congress, Tucson.





Do You have a story? Contact us!

 



 

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Storytelling is a way to make connections with diverse and different people that you may not meet in your every day life. Because these stories are from our lives they may be amazing, messy, enlightening, disturbing, and entertaining . . . and more.

 

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Call for entries - 2nd annual TusCon Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Horror Short Film Festival

 

From: Eric Schumacher [mailto:eric@picarizona.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 28, 2015 1:43 AM
Subject: TusCon FIlm Festival

 

Make sure to enter your applicable short films in the 2nd annual TusCon Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Horror Short Film Festival to take place during the 42nd anniversary of the TusCon Sci-Fi, Fantasy and horror convention (“TusCon 42”).

 

Deadline is September 14th, 2015 and the festival takes place in late October during the Tucson Convention.

 

We had a terrific showing last with submissions from all over the world and this year will only be better. This is a juried festival and prizes are determined by a panel of judges.

 

Great publicity for your work.

 

For more info, official rules and an entry form, visit the TusCon Film Fest website here:

 

http://www.tusconscificon.com/filmfest.html

 

Feel free to email festival administrator Eric Schumacher with questions:

eric@picarizona.com

 

 

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Monday, July 27, 2015

Casting Call, Hispanic actors, short film shooting in August

 

From: Joie Horwitz <joie.estrella@gmail.com>
Sent: Monday, July 27, 2015 6:42 PM
Subject: Post for Listserv

 

Looking for actors for a short film shooting August 22-23. The three roles available are:

 

-Hispanic woman age range 30-50 

-Hispanic man age range 35-55

-Hispanic boy ages 4-8

 

The characters will be playing high intensity roles in a horror drama based on the Mexican Folklore tale La Llorona. The actors will be paid and food/transportation are covered by production.

 

If interested in auditioning please contact Joie Estrella at Joie.estrella@gmail.com.

 

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Musical Mayhem Cabaret Auditions

 

From: Musical Mayhem Cabaret [mailto:musicalmayhemcabaret@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, July 27, 2015 6:44 PM
Subject: Musical Mayhem Cabaret Auditions

 

Tucson's musical comedy revue is casting new members! Men and women of all ages (over 18) and experience levels are encouraged to audition!

 

Tuesday, August 4th 

6:30 to 8:30pm

SAAVI

3767 E. Grant Rd.


Please prepare at least 32 bars of two contrasting songs that show off your voice and personality (speakers and a laptop will be available for music, or you can sing a capella.) Headshot and resume are appreciated, but not required.

Please contact us on Facebook, or email us at musicalmayhemcabaret@gmail.com to schedule your audition! We look forward to meeting you!

www.musicalmayhemcabaret.weebly.com
www.facebook.com/musicalmayhemtucson
www.youtube.com/musicalmayhemcab

-- Musical Mayhem Cabaret performs a full length musical revue the 2nd Sunday of every month at Unscrewed Theater, as well as at private parties, fundraisers, and special engagements. --

Information on MMC:
- currently nominated for the Best Emerging Arts Organization Lumie Award
- winner of Tucson Weekly's Best New Stage Show 2012
- Phoenix Pride 2015 entertainer
- Flagstaff Pride 2015 entertainer
- entertainer at Turnabout for TIHAN 2014, 2015 
- entertainer at Angels for Animal charity show
- entertainer at Fluxx Fest 2014
- performed at Herberger Theater, Black Box Theatre, Colors, New Moon, Fluxx Studios, Unscrewed Theater

 

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Casting Call, Independent Short Film, "Where were you, Clarence?"

 

From: Jessica Lozano
Sent: Monday, July 27, 2015 5:01 PM
Subject: Re: Casting Call

 

Independent Short Film Seeking Actors
Casting call for Independent Short Film shooting in Tucson, AZ for 2 weekends TBD. 

"Where were you, Clarence?" is a drama of a couple dealing with the progressive damaging effects of alcoholism.  Film spotlights the couples relationship from beginning to end.  The husband's alcoholism worsens despite treatment. Film highlights the struggles of the disease from the wife's perspective. 

Casting roles: 


JACK
(25-35 age) Male. Jack has a charming personality and friendly disposition, while hiding a darker and sad life of dealing with being alcoholic. Actor will be playing a split personality to portray different sides of his life.

 

 

MAGGIE 
(25 - 35 age) Female.  Maggie is Jack's wife.  She goes on an emotional roller coaster dealing with Jack's disease.  She tries everything to help him even if it means joining her own support group for help.

 

MICHAEL

(45 - 50 age) Male. Jack's friend and sponsor.  He's also alcoholic and has been sober for 15 years.  He's worked the program and is almost a father figure for Jack.

Please send headshots and resumes to: cassidyandkidprod@hotmail.com

 

 

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