Sunday, March 30, 2008

Tucson: WAYPOINT THEATRE COMPANY audition for actress/singer

From: Melanie David []
Sent: Sunday, March 30, 2008 5:18 PM
Subject: TTA listing


WAYPOINT THEATRE COMPANY, southern Arizona’s faith-based live theatre company, has an immediate need for an experienced actress/singer (30s to mid-50s/soprano) to portray five distinctive characters in one role for the drama “Sioux Center Iowa” by Jeff Barker.

Eight actors portray 36 characters in the true story of Arlene Schuiteman, an Iowa school teacher turned Sudan missionary nurse in the l950s.  Woven into the story are several timeless hymns sung in tight, a capella harmony. 

Rehearsals are Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday evenings—6:30-9pm at Catalina Foothills Church (Skyline/Orange Grove), with performances end of April through mid-May.

Please contact Waypoint founder/artistic director, Melanie David at 400-0491 or by email at to schedule an appointment this week.

Waypoint Theatre Company is a non-for-profit live theatre company seeks to produce inspiring, thought-provoking family entertainment that celebrates Christian/Judeo heritage through full length, main stage productions.  WTC is dedicated to   professionalism and artistically produced entertainment with a Christian world view.


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Tucson: Actor needed for short film ASAP

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From: []
Sent: Sunday, March 30, 2008 11:24 AM
Subject: Actor needed for short film

I am looking for someone with the "emo" look, small build, longish hair, with
tight jean pants to pull off the scene kid/emo look. The name of the film is
"Cheer Up Emo Clown". We are filming tomorrow from 2pm to whenever we are done.
There is no pay, but it'll be a lot of fun. If you are interested let me know


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Tucson: Lighting Technician needed / 6th Annual Play-in-a-Day

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From: [] On Behalf Of Richard Chaney
Subject: Lighting Technician needed

Old Pueblo Playwrights (OPP) seeks a Lighting
Technician for its 6th Annual Play-in-a-Day, scheduled
for Friday 5/9 & Saturday 5/10/08. 

This year's Play-in-a-Day will be presented at the
Cabaret Theater at the Temple of Music & Art, 330 S.
Scott Avenue.  Friday night activities include: (1)
rehearsed staged-readings which showcase work by OPP
members and (2) random pairing of twelve playwrights
who will write overnight.  Saturday night features
staged-readings of the six short plays written
overnight.  This is an adrenalin-charged and fun

The Lighting Technician needs to be available on
Friday 5/9 to set the lights at the Cabaret Theater
and then to run the lights on Friday 5/9 and Saturday
5/10.  Because of the nature of this event, lighting
design will be minimal and should require little more
than lights up & down, once the stage is competently

OPP is offering a stipend of $120 for the Lighting
Technician for this event.

Please contact Richard Chaney, Play-in-a-Day Chair, if
you are interested: or

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Saturday, March 29, 2008


Dear TTA List Members,


This is a bit off topic since it is not an acting/directing call, but I like to support the UofA students and it’s a slow news day.  Any good singers out there?


TTA List Administrator



From: Heather Ribblett []
Sent: Saturday, March 29, 2008 9:28 AM
Subject: TucsonStage announcement


CALL TO SINGERS: Alla Generalow, U of A D.M.A. candidate, seeks all voice parts for her capstone recital project.  This is a chance to experience Slovenian music under one of the finest choral conductors in Tucson.  Please contact Alla at 621-8517 or for rehearsal period and performance date.

Heather Ribblett
Phone: (520)312-7084



Friday, March 28, 2008

Tucson: Locations needed for short film

-----Original Message-----

From: []

Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2008 2:27 PM

Subject: Locations needed for short film


Hello!  Looking to get something for this weekend/following week, if 

possible, for the following locations:


* "Courtroom"


* "Two-way mirror / Interrogation room"


* One of those glass window rooms at a police station where an inmate 

can talk to his lawyer/visitors on a phone while looking at them 

through a glass window.



Obviously, I'm not expecting to get the 'real world' counterparts for 

these locations.  Creativity is preferred.  I'd love to hear from 

anybody that thinks they know of a good lookalike for any of these.  

Or if you happen to work at a county court/sheriff's office that would 

be great, too!


There aren't any on-screen characters.  It's all VO.







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Tucson: Casting Call, ages 5-7 ALL ETHNICITIES, Kool Smiles dental commercial

TTA List members,


Sorry for the short notice.  I was traveling and did not see this until today.  Sharon might still be looking for kids.





From: []
Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2008 11:47 AM
Subject: Casting for kids


I am doing a casting for Kool Smiles dental, shooting here in Tucson the 3rd and 4th of April. We are in desperate need of children, ages 5-7 ALL ETHNICITIES. The client wants a multicultural group of kids in this age range; African American, Hispanic, Asian etc.

So if you are the parent/aunt/uncle/grandparent etc. of a child fitting this description who would like to audition for this commercial TODAY MARCH 27 between 3pm & 4 pm or TOMORROW MARCH 28 between 9am &  2pm, please call Sharon Hulin at 390-5403 to confirm when you are coming.

Audition Location:
3961 E. Speedway Blvd. Suite 412
Tucson, AZ 85712


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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Tucson: LTW's ETCETERA presents "Close"r By Patrick Marber



From: []
Sent: Wednesday, March 26, 2008 2:57 PM
Subject: ETCETERA's next production for Live Theatre Workshop



Live Theatre Workshop's
Late Night Series, Proudly Presents


By Patrick Marber


 The University of Arizona’s Students on Stage is producing “Closer”, written by  Patrick Marber, as a part of Live Theatre Workshop’s Late Night Series.  “Closer”, made popular by the 2004 movie, is a disarming tale about the  complexity and ugliness of love. The play has fundamental differences to the  movie, including the ending, and has different relationship dynamics between  characters. Director Alison Klemp, a junior majoring in Theatre Arts at the  University of Arizona, says that she wants to get back to the root of the play,  the language.  Marber, made famous for his use of language as theatricality,  colors “Closer” with lines such as, “Deception is brutal” and “Ever seen a  human heart? It looks like a fist wrapped in blood.”


 â€œCloser” explores society’s obsession with love and devotion. It \chronicles four  years in the lives of four ordinary people living in London. Marber discovers the hurt and depravity that comes hand in hand with love and ends the play with  a devastatingly ironic tone. Under Alison Klemp’s direction, a team of  talented students has breathed new life into this production.


April 11 - 26 2008
Friday and Saturday Nights at 10:30 pm
Admission: $8 - $11 (Discounts Available)
Call 327-4242 for Reservations and Info
5317 E Speedway Tucson, AZ 85712


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Tucson: Theatrical Fashion Show to Benefit Arizona Theatre Company's Education Programs

From: Arizona Theatre Company []
Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2008 5:16 PM
Subject: Theatrical Fashion Show to Benefit Arizona Theatre Company's Education Programs

For Immediate Release
March 25, 2008

Bevan Brunelle Bluemer: 520.884.8210 Ext. 8205

40 Under 40 winners and The Links debutantes to model
The Arizona Theatre Company (ATC) Associates, Arizona Theatre Company’s volunteer organization, announces its second annual Dudes, Dolls and Divas event on Sunday, April 20, 2008 at 5 PM. Featured in the historic courtyard of the Temple of Music and Art, 330 South Scott Avenue in downtown Tucson, this spring fashion extravaganza is sure to dazzle and delight attendees.

Dudes, Dolls and Divas is a theatrical fashion show featuring high style and dramatic glamour from Arizona Theatre Company’s productions of My Fair Lady and The Pajama Game; haute couture from Mills Touché Ladies, and Franklin Men’s Store; hair and makeup by the Village Salon, featuring Mark and Carmen Speers; and, jewelry created by Strung Out on Beads.

Guests may also bid on luxurious beauty and healthy treatments, travel opportunities, fine dining and cultural activities in the silent auction.

Dudes, Dolls and Divas is chaired by Dr. Mary Jo Ghory with generous support from committee members Bevan Brunelle Bluemer, Kevin Casey, Polly Connelly, Kate Garner, Aubra Spalding Gaston, Robbie Hart, Tori Congdon Hill, John Kingsbury, Rhonda Knotts, Suzan Lamberson, Dori J. Locke, Mac Perlich, Mark and Carmen Speers, and Michael White.

Jennie Grabel and Blake Rogers, morning show hosts for 92.9 The Mountain, will serve as the Masters of Ceremonies.

This season's models include the following Tucson Business Edge 40 Under 40 winners from 2005, 2006 and 2007: 
• Julie Wolfe Beadle, Senior Director, Resource Development & Young Leaders Society for United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona
• Carrie Brennan, Principal of City High School
• Michael R. Cleveland, Group Remarketing Manager for Enterprise Rent-A-Car
• Lynn A. Cunningham-Ryan, Mortgage Consultant, JPMorgan Chase Bank
• Chris Edwards, Owner, Tucson Appliance Co.
• Ali J. Farhang, Lawyer, Fennemore Craig, PC
• Holly Ford, Area Marketing Manager of Cricket Communications
• Sarah Gonzales, Director of Racial Justice Program for YWCA of Tucson
• John Hinderaker, Partner, Civil/Business Litigation Group, Lewis and Roca, LLP
• Yvonney Huth, Assistant Vice President, Citi
• Danny Knee, Director, Habitat for Humanity Tucson
• Lea Marquez-Peterson, Business Broker,
• Steven Moeckel, Concertmaster, Tucson Symphony Orchestra
• Vince Rabago, Assistant Attorney General, Consumer Protection and Advocacy Division, Arizona Attorney General’s Office
• Page W. Repp Jr., Owner/President, Repp Design + Construction
• Kim Roseman, Owner, Karin Newby Gallery and Sculpture Garden, Tubac
• Olivia Sethi, Attorney
• Natasha Wrae, Owner of Law Offices of Natasha Wrae
• Al Wynant, CEO of A6 Consultants, LLC.
Other models include Craig Chapman, Operating Manager, Pure Water-Clean Air Nature’s Way, as well as six of the 2007 Biennial Cotillion Debutantes and one Escort, presented by the Tucson Chapter of The Links, Incorporated. They are Alesia Nicole Ash, Deanna Reyna Barrett, Simone Adrienne Collins, Desireé Brionne Dillard, Selena Andrea Gooden, Brenna Nicole Trice, and Derek H. Lane, Escort.  

The Links, Incorporated is an international, not-for-profit corporation, established in 1946. The membership consists of 12,000 professional women of color in 273 chapters located in forty-two states, the District of Columbia and three foreign countries: the Republics of Germany and South Africa and the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. It is one of the nation’s oldest and largest volunteer service organizations of extraordinary women who are committed to enriching, sustaining and ensuring the culture and economic survival of African Americans and other persons of African ancestry.

Media partners for this event are Tucson Lifestyle Magazine, Tucson Business Edge and 92.9 The Mountain.

Blue House Catering will offer a delectable array of hors d’oeuvres. Wine will be served. 

The ATC Associates' mission is to engage its members in the life of the theatre; to fully support ATC's productions, programs and fiscal stability; and to help raise awareness of ATC throughout the community.

Tickets for this semi-formal event are $75 ($50 is tax deductible) each. Table and event sponsorships range from $450 to $1,500. All proceeds benefit Arizona Theatre Company’s education and community-based programs. For more information on event sponsorships, reservations or to purchase tickets contact Marcia Scupin at 520.884.8210 extension 8303 or
For more information about Arizona Theatre Company visit:


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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Tucson: The Magic Box makes its way to Sunnyside District



From: Lisa Gernak []
Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2008 8:28 AM
Subject: Press Release: The Magic Box makes its way to Sunnyside District





• MEDIA CONTACT: LISA GERNAK 520.891.6841 • 




Mission Manor Elementary is being taken over by Stories that Soar!


At 9:30 a.m. on Friday, April 4, 2008 Stories that Soar! performs at Mission Manor Elementary School located at 600 West Santa Rosa Street in Tucson.  This is Mission Manor's first year with Stories that Soar!, so the kids may not know what to expect.  The students have fed the "hungry" Magic Box™ over 600 stories and are currently waiting that day when adult performers transform their stories into an innovative, magical performance created especially for them.


This is a first not only for Mission Manor, but for the Sunnyside District as well.  The mission of Stories that Soar! is to empower children to believe in themselves by giving voice to their original words and creative ideas.  The program honors that mission by bringing these students' stories to life AND by bringing each author on stage to join the cast in the reprise of the Stories that Soar! theme song as a celebration of their contribution to the event.  Being able to accomplish this mission in another district, only further accentuates the goals of SharMoore Children's Productions, an arts-in-education nonprofit organization now in its third year of operation, which provides this program.


Although each Stories that Soar! program starts in a similar way with the Magic Box inviting children to  write about anything at all, the results vastly differ depending on the school population and the time of year the program takes place. At the Mission Manor show, prepare to be charmed by comic-style super heroes, creepy adventures through a haunted house, and sincere feelings about what the students want to be when they grow up.


Come see how the magic of Stories that Soar! brings the words of Mission Manor students to life on Friday, April 4, 2008 at Mission Manor at 9:30 a.m.  Visitors are welcome and encouraged to come see this show as long as they check in at the office.


♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦



Stories that Soar!

Lisa Gernak, Administrative Assistant

 Wilshire Drive ∙ Tucson, AZ 85711 ∙ 520. 891.6841


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Monday, March 24, 2008

Tucson: The Human Condition Premiere



From: alan williams []
Sent: Monday, March 24, 2008 7:14 PM
Subject: The Human Condition Premiere




Less than six months ago, auditions were held for the short film, “The Human Condition”. I want to express my sincere gratitude to all of the actors who came to auditions and made the selection process that much more difficult.

I am proud to announce that the film is an Official Selection at the 2008 Arizona International Film Festival and will premiere on April 19th at 7pm at the Screening Room (127 E Congress).


 Allow me to acknowledge and congratulate Amanda Miller, Clay McInernery, Chris Burnham, Barbara Glover and Grant Bashore on a job well done. I hope that the Tucson acting community will turn out in support of their talented colleagues and attend our premiere.


Thank you again.


Alan Williams

Writer/director “The Human Condition”


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Tucson: Borderlands Theater: 2 extra performances of SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAS



From: Eva Tessler []
Sent: Monday, March 24, 2008 1:56 PM
Subject: Borderlands Theater: 2 extra performances of SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAS




Due to popular demand, Borderlands Theater is offering two additional performances of the play "School of the Americas" by Oscar nominated José Rivera.

Set in the Bolivian jungle, this play takes us to the last day in the life of Che Guevara and his historic encounter with Julia Cortes, the local school teacher. Featuring Marissa Garcia, Armando Ortega, Dwayne Palmer and live music by Rebeca Cartes from Bwiya Toli. Directed by Eva Tessler.

When: Saturday 4/5 at 2 pm
           Sunday 4/6 at 7:30 pm
Where: Cabaret Theater, Temple of Music and Art
            330 S. Scott Avenue

RESERVATIONS: 520-882-7406

Eva Tessler
Artistic Associate
Borderlands Theater


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Saturday, March 22, 2008

Tucson: Homoneurotic productions presents "Homoneurotic II: (Bigger! Stronger! Funnier!)"

From: dajonzboy []
Sent: Saturday, March 22, 2008 11:30 AM
Subject: "Homoneurotic" announcement

“Homoneurotic II”

Tickets now on sale for the upcoming theatrical event, “Homoneurotic II:

(Bigger! Stronger! Funnier!)” at the Cabaret theater, 330 South Scott Avenue.

Performances run April 18 – 26 at 8 pm, with a final matinee on April 27

at 2 pm.

“Homoneurotic II” promises an energetic evening of gay themed comedic

and dramatic vignettes, much in the mode of Carol Burnett, Laugh-In and

Monty Python. There are a couple of musical numbers – and a puppet show!

(Heteros are also urged to attend…)

Rated ‘R’ for Adult Content (duh!) Tickets and information available online


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Tucson: Beowulf Alley Theatre Offers Free Tickets for Easter Sunday Performance!

Special offer for TTA List Members…

From: theatre []
Sent: Friday, March 21, 2008 10:25 PM
To: 'William Dell'
Subject: Beowulf Alley Theatre Offers Free Tickets for Easter Sunday Performance!



Beowulf Alley Theatre

11 South 6th Avenue · Tucson, AZ   85701

622-4460 · Reservations 882-0555


Beowulf Alley Theatre Offers Free Tickets for Easter Sunday Performance!


(Tucson, AZ—March 21, 2008) —Beowulf Alley Theatre, (11 South 6th Ave., Tucson, and entertaining Tucson and Southern Arizona since 2002) will give away one FREE ticket with every ticket purchased for the Sunday March 23, 2008 performance of Arcadia by renowned playwright Tom Stoppard. This offer is valid while supplies last; limited supplies – call Beowulf Alley Theatre for details. Tickets cost $19 each by phone or at the door (or purchase online at this special page and receive $2.50 discount). No refunds.

Audience members who wear an Easter bonnet (which must be removed during the performance) to the March 23 performance also receive One VIP Pass per ticket purchased (not the free one) for the first Sunday performance of Humble Boy on May 11, 2008 while VIP Passes last (limited supply – contact Beowulf Alley Theatre for details). VIP passes may be exchanged at the box office for a complementary ticket (no cost to you)

“We are offering free tickets with purchase as a way to say ‘Thank you’ for the support we have received from the Southern Arizona community,” explains Beowulf Alley Theatre Company President, Ruth Baron.  “Our mission is to make world-class, cutting edge theatre available to as many people in our community as possible.”

Performances of Arcadia are currently showing on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday afternoon matinees at 1:30 p.m. until April 13, 2008.

Directed by Dave Sewell, critically-acclaimed Arcadia is a brilliantly inventive story of scandal involving the rakish 19th century poet, Lord Byron, while exploring the intersection of art, science, history, love, and truth. A vastly entertaining cast of characters takes us on an amusing journey between the 19th century and the present, and back again. 


Beowulf Alley Theatre Company, a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization, is committed to enriching the community and enhancing the appreciation of the arts through the production of innovative, invigorating theater and theatrical education with the highest standards for acting and production.


Beowulf Alley has received critical acclaim for its productions, including seven MAC Awards nominations. The company has presented over 200 performances to Tucson audiences since 2002 and has served hundreds of artists through its productions. The theater also provides performance and rehearsal space for other Tucson theater companies. For more information, visit


Sponsors: National Endowment for the Arts, Arizona Commission on the Arts, Tucson Pima Arts Council, Janet S. Brunel Residuary Trust, Pastiche Modern Eatery and Hotel Congress Cup Café; produced by Special Arrangements with Samuel French, Inc.




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Friday, March 21, 2008

Tucson: Gaslight Theatre call for a Pianist

Musical Melodrama Pianist for The Gaslight Theatre

Reply to: see below
Date: 2008-03-21, 4:39PM MST

The Gaslight Theatre Tucson's longest running Live Musical Melodrama Theatre is looking for a Pianist. This position is crucial to each production. Must be an accomplished piano player, must be able to sight read, must be able to play for a two hour time frame, must be able to sing and accompany performers during the production. Because the Gaslight Theatres productions are Melodramas the piano player accompanies the production with background music as well as accompany the performers with individual and group numbers. Must be able to work Sunday's and flexible throughout the week. Performances are Tues-Thurs at 7pm, Fri-Sat at 7/9:30pm and Sundays at 3 and 7pm. We are looking immediately to fill this position. If interested please contact Nancy at 886-9428 Mon-Fri from 10am-5pm for further information. If you meet the qualifications an audition day and time will be set up. Compensation is per performance.


·         Location: Kolb and Broadway

·         it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests

·         Compensation: per performance


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Tucson: Old Tucson Studios - Audition



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Sent: Friday, March 21, 2008 5:21 PM
Subject: Old Tucson Studios - Audition Flyer 03 29 2008


Old Tucson Studios



Experienced and Entry Level

Stunt Performers

Acting experience preferred.  Full-time and part-time applicants considered.   


            Auditions will be held on Saturday, March 29th 2008 at 8:00 AM.   Audition location is Old Tucson Studios, 201 S Kinney Rd, Tucson AZ 85735.  Park in the employee lot at the employee/delivery gate, and check in with security.  Please wear clothes and shoes you can move around and hit the ground in! 

To speed the hiring process, please do as many of the following as possible:

·   Contact or visit Old Tucson for an employee application, or download one at  Fill it out ahead of time and bring it to the audition. 

·   Bring, in writing (or be prepared to write down), in exhaustive detail, your scheduling availability.  (Open availability strongly preferred, but excellent applicants are never turned away unless their availability is truly impossible.)  (STUDENTS: We don’t need to know what class you have when, just when you CAN and CANNOT work for us.) 

·   Bring in any of the following: professional/academic resume, acting/theatrical resume, head-shot, references and employment history. 

·   Drop off, mail, fax or e-mail in any of the above items ahead of time so we can look it over. 

·   If you can sing, prepare an audition song.  Piano accompaniment will NOT be available. 

·   Call or e-mail (see below) to let us know you’ll be attending. 

Questions: Rob Jensen, Entertainment Manager:

(520) 883 0100 ext. 370, FAX (520) 578 1269, e-mail

Old Tucson Studios is an EOE/Drug-Free Workplace


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Tucson: Arizona opera looking for supernumeraries


From: Keri Muir []
Sent: Friday, March 21, 2008 12:22 PM
Subject: Arizona opera looking for supernumeraries


Arizona Opera is looking for men to be supernumeraries in our upcoming production of LA TRAVIATA. These are non-speaking, non-singing roles. We hope to find youngish, slim men to play “auctioneers” and other roles. The first rehearsal is March 29, and the performances run through April 27, including some tech rehearsals and performances in Phoenix. We offer a small honorarium as well as paying expenses for the production period in Phoenix


If interested, contact:

Keri Muir

Production Stage Manager

Arizona Opera

3501 N. Mountain Avenue

Tucson, AZ 85719

(520) 293-4336, ext. 405


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Tucson: Live Theatre Workshop's Education Classes begin next week

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From: Live Theatre Worskshop []
Sent: Thursday, March 20, 2008 9:10 PM
Subject: Live Theatre Workshop's Education Classes begin next week

Live Theatre Workshop will be beginning our Spring Term of theatre
education classes the week of March 24.

A wide variety of classes are held Mondays- Saturdays  for ages 3- 18
years old.

We offer musical theatre, classic plays, beginning, and advanced classes.

For more information and to register visit our website at
or call Michael at 327-0160.

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Thursday, March 20, 2008

Tucson: *Updated* SAG Industrial Casting Call



From: Good Faith Casting []
Sent: Thursday, March 20, 2008 11:22 AM
Subject: *Updated* SAG Industrial Casting


To be shot in Tucson/ Sierra Vista area


Good Faith Casting, LLC
Arizona's Premiere Full-Service Casting Studios

Faith Hibbs-Clark, C.S.A.

Arizona's #1 Casting Director

Dear William,

Please read the following carefully as this breakdown has changed from the previously emailed one.


SAG Industrial Casting
We are casting for a SAG Industrial on Monday, March 24th. Please submit ONLY if you fit one of the descriptions on the breakdown.


Hispanic Border Patrol Agent,  late 20s-early 30's 

5 Banditos (4 generic Hispanic American male suspects / 1 male to look extremely imposing/ visually interesting; tattoos etcs,  can also be short and extremely tough

To be shot in Tucson/ Sierra Vista area


Caucasisan/African American Male Border Patrol Agent,  late 20s-early 30's

African American/Hispanic/White Female Border Patrol Agent,  late 20s-early 30's

7 Hispanic Suspects, must be willing to get into water


African American Male Border Patrol Agent,  late 20s-early 30's

Hispanic Male Border Patrol Agent,  late 20s-early 30's

3 young people (attractive co-eds types) that will be hiking for the day and taken hostage
*1 young white female (18-22)

*1 young white male  (18-22)

*1 young white female (18-22)

1 Bandit , large heavy set imposing male

1 Bandit, less physically imposing than counter part, more of a sidekick, the dumb help, character actor,

comedic experience a plus

 To be shot in Tucson/ Sierra Vista area


 Hispanic Male Border Patrol Agent, late 20s-early 30's

4 Suspects/ Hispanic males that will swim

for the four mentioned above






1 Old woman 60-70/Hispanic, that can take a fall (pretend to be shot)

1 Woman late 20s to late 30's to play her daughter

1 young boy to look 10-12 to play the son


1 Male/Female Precision Stunt Driver to drive car into person

1 Male/Female Agent/ Stunt person to get run into by moving car


If you submitted on the previous breakdown, you do NOT need to submit again. Please submit headshots and resumes to Please make sure pictures are in .jpg format. Please do not send us links to other websites to view your pictures and resumes. Also make sure you put the role you are submitting for in the subject line.





Faith Hibbs-Clark, C.S.A.
Casting Director

Chris Bowe
Casting Associate
Good Faith Casting


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Tucson: UofA Theatre Arts Workshop Production Series presents "Summertime" by Charles Mee



From: Anne Gardner []
Sent: Thursday, March 20, 2008 2:44 PM
Subject: Press Release for UA Theatre's Spring Workshop 2



UA School of Theatre Arts presents second Spring Workshop ‘Summertime.’


Dates & Times:

April 17-19 at 8 p.m. and April 20 at 2 p.m.


Place: Tornabene Theatre on the UA campus located near the southeast corner of Park Avenue and Speedway Boulevard.


Cost/Admission: All seats are $4.


Ticket Information: UA Fine Arts Box Office, (520) 621-1162.


Parking: Theatregoers may park in the Park Avenue Garage, located on Park Ave. just north of Speedway Blvd.  For weekday evening performances, you can pre-pay for parking.  Monday through Friday, 5 p.m. to midnight, take your parking ticket immediately to the garage cashier after parking.  Cashier is located on the east side of the main level.  Parking fee will be $3 (cash only).  After the performance, insert the parking ticket at the gate to exit.  Saturday and Sunday there is no charge to park.


Media Contact: Paula Newsome,  (520) 626-2686,


Production Information: The School of Theatre Arts Workshop Production Series presents “Summertime” by Charles Mee.  


Can people find each other in a deranged world?  Is love between two people possible in the world without rules that we live in today?  As two people meet in a balmy Martha’s Vineyard garden, they become surrounded by a tempest of friends and family whose distorted love affairs and unrestrained impulses threaten their pursuit of love.  Contains mature themes, and adult content and language.


The Workshop Production Series compliments the Arizona Repertory Theatre’s professional training programs in classical and musical theatre.  Comprised of staged readings as well as fully mounted productions, the Series often provides student directors, performers, designers and technicians with their first chance to share their passion and talent with an audience.  Open to all theatre majors in the school, the Workshop Productions are designed to allow these young artists an opportunity to participate in staging new works, finding new voices for traditional theatre pieces, and experimenting with new theatrical styles.


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