Thursday, December 03, 2009

Tucson: Casting Call, Action Feature - paid

Action Feature Audition (Tucson)

Date: 2009-12-01, 8:57PM MST
Reply to:


Casting for independent feature
First audition is Saturday, Dec. 5
Other dates TBA

Shooting in Tucson, AZ
Dec. 2009 and Jan. 2010

Character breakdown below
If interested, please send headshots and resume to

Male, mid-twenties to mid-thirties, on the thin side, arrogant, he’s physically fit but lazy. He talks big but avoids conflict. He runs from life’s troubles. Theft and forgery are his primary source of income until he finds out that his wife is pregnant. Finding a job proves to be difficult with a long criminal record.

DANA TAYLOR - Supporting
Female, mid-twenties to early thirties, tolerates a criminal husband, she’s no saint. Growing up as the child of a police officer, she got away with a lot. She likes to have fun, but she does have an eye on the future; she’s concerned about never getting to live a normal, stable life. She works as a waitress at a diner.

Male, mid-forties to mid-fifties, Dana’s father, a large man, his looks are benign in contrast to the intensity of his work attitude. He is the assistant chief of police. He’s very comfortable in the powerful position.

DENNY - Supporting
Male, forties to fifties, veteran ICE agent, tired of the system, he’s burned out on the bureaucratic hindrance to progress, the slothful nature of the organization for which he works, but he still believes in the purpose of his work in the justice department. He devises an unofficial deal to speed along the process.

CARTER - Supporting
Male, late twenties to early thirties, ambitious ICE agent, he operates strictly by the book. He doesn’t trust Michael but is later impacted by Michael’s commitment to follow through with the plan.

JAY - Supporting
Male, forties to fifties, he became a pet store owner when he retired from working as a parole officer. He was betrayed by Michael in the past, and now Michael returns to him claiming that he’s given up crime, and he needs Jay’s help.

HERRERA - Supporting
Male, forties, latino, he’s the head of a Central American cartel. Some of his people get involved in a police sting operation gone bad. He tries to piece the facts together and get leverage on the man who was supposed to be buying a lot of Herrera’s product.

MORENO - Supporting
Male, late thirties to mid-forties, Herrera’s right-hand man, he does the foot work for Herrera and tries to negotiate a deal with the American buyer.

  • Location: Tucson
  • it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
  • Compensation: Low rate, but real money nonetheless


Tucson Theatre Announcements List

In association with  Chuck Graham's "Let The Show Begin" at
Visit the website for Chuck's reviews and TTA Archive and subscription information.



No comments: