Saturday, October 31, 2009

Tucson: Arid Rose Theatre lowers ticket prices

Tweets from Arid Rose:

 

Hurray. A Patron of Arid Rose has come to the rescue. All regular shows will now be $10,musicals $15, thanks to her and Chuck Graham's review.

 

Arid Rose will now book in events on the main stage on OFF nights and late nights. Call to book your event 520.982.6812

 

Arid Rose Theatre

http://www.aridrosetheater.com/

1859 W Grant Road

520.982.6812

Sean Zackson

inkblot2008@cox.net

 

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Tucson: Beowulf Alley Theatre Halloween Weekend

Netherbeast Incorporated, by Phoenix’s Ronalds Brothers,

Showing at Beowulf Alley Theatre Company Halloween Weekend

The uproarious monster comedy, Netherbeast Incorporated, by Phoenix director/producer team, brothers Dean and Brian Ronalds, will be shown Halloween weekend at the Beowulf Alley Theatre Company (www.beowulfalley.org) in downtown Tucson, as the next installment of IndeFliks@theAlley, in partnership with the Independent Film Association of Southern Arizona (www.ifasa.net).

NETHERBEAST INCORPORATED

Saturday, October 31, 9:00 PM

Sunday, November 1, 7:00 PM

Beowulf Alley Theatre Company

11 S. 6th Ave, Tucson, AZ

Admission - $5

Dean and Brian Ronalds were the Phoenix Film Foundation 2005 Arizona Filmmakers of the Year.  They teamed with writer Bruce Dellis, the 2006 Arizona Filmmaker of the Year, on the award-winning short film, The Netherbeast of Berm-Tech Industries, Inc., which was the basis for the feature Netherbeast Incorporated.

The star-studded cast includes Darrell Hammond (Saturday Night Live), Judd Nelson (The Breakfast Club), Amy Davidson (8 Simple Rules), Dave Foley (NewsRadio, Will & Grace), Jason Mewes (Clerks I & II, Zack and Miri Make a Porno), Steve Burns (Blue’s Clues), and Robert Wagner (Austin Powers), along with many Arizona actors and crew.

Netherbeast Incorporated is an offbeat, hilarious comedy with a quirky twist on the vampire tale, set in modern day corporate America.  Employees of Berm-Tech Industries, Inc. have kept the family secret for a long time.  For years, it has been business as usual, until the top vampire in charge contracts a dreaded disease, becomes senile, forgetting that he's a vampire, and starts killing off other vampire colleagues.  A human efficiency expert and "Dead Mike's" replacement are invited to work at Berm-Tech, but soon they discover that some of their associates are not what they appear to be.

The film was an official selection of about 20 film festivals, including Tribeca, Shriekfest, AFI Dallas, Phoenix, Sci-Fi-London, Toronto After Dark, and the International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival.

For more information call Brian McLaughlin at 520-349-8249 or email at mclaff9@earthlink.net.  See also www.netherbeastmovie.com

 

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Friday, October 30, 2009

Tusson: Casting Call, VERY TALL, VERY LARGE people, Feature Film trailer

We need the Tallest and largest people in Tucson (Tucson)


Date: 2009-10-29, 10:53AM MST
Reply to: haskellfilmz@yahoo.com


 

HASKELLFILMZ is casting for the trailer for our new Feature Film. We need VERY TALL, VERY LARGE people to fill some rolls. We will be posting soon for other characters needed but first..... We need the largest people, Tallest people in Arizona for this film. (Proportionate - not extremely overweight - Huge bodybuilders ok but not necessary.) We will need a lot of huge people for the actual film(Aprox 20 to 30 people), but we only need a couple to film the trailer, so please give us your info even if you can't make the first try-outs! Do you even know someone like this? Tell them to contact us! On our last film (Finding BC) we didn't pay the actors because we couldn't, but hopefully they will get some recognition. (PEOPLE INVOLVED IN "FINDING BC The Biker Chick" CAN E-MAIL ME TO GET THEIR COPY OF THE FILM) For this trailer we decided that we want EVERYONE in on a percentage. Meaning that anyone that doesn't believe in the idea or script being a success, we really don't want them on the set! I know this movie will be a success and I want everyone to be paid WELL after the movie is a success! What a great set to be on, everyone working toward one goal, doing their best! We do have some funding and when we begin filming the movie, Not the Trailer, we will pay a small amount to Main Actors and crew as well ($50-$100 a day) just to cover expenses of showing up basically. Otherwise all crew members and Actors/Actress' will get a percentage of the final take.......which will be a lot! Show up to auditions and you will hear about the movie! You will understand! Always Follow your Passion!

  • Location: Tucson
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Tucson: Arid Rose Theatre presents 'Laughing Wild'

Tweet from Arid Rose Theatre:

 

Arid Rose Theater's NEXT production, in Dec, 'Laughing Wild' by Christopher Durang. call 520.982.6812

(reservations mean BUY 1 get 1 FREE)

 

Arid Rose Theatre

http://www.aridrosetheater.com/

1859 W Grant Road

520.982.6812

Sean Zackson

inkblot2008@cox.net

 

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Tucson: Arid Rose Theater audition - singers for a musical

Tweet from Arid Rose Theatre:  WE NEED SINGERS..We want to produce a musical but all the singers are hiding. Call Arid Rose Theater at 520.982.6812 to come and audition!

 

Arid Rose Theatre

http://www.aridrosetheater.com/

1859 W Grant Road

520.982.6812

Sean Zackson

inkblot2008@cox.net

 

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Tucson: Casting Call, Wild Horse Pass Casino commercial - PAID

 

From: gfcsubmissions@gmail.com
Sent: Friday, October 30, 2009 2:41 PM
Subject: Wild Horse Pass Casino Casting *UPDATED w/shoot dates*

 

 

Good Faith Casting, LLC


October 30th, 2009

 

Please read the following very carefully and submit only if you fit the criteria below.

 

Wild Horse Pass Casino

 

JOB: We are casting for a Wild Horse Pass Casino commercial

 

AUDITION DATE: TBD after submissions

 

AUDITION LOCATION: Good Faith Casting, LLC, 4700 N. Central Ave., Suite 208, Phoenix, AZ 85012 http://www.goodfaithcasting.com/directions.html

 

AUDITION APPOINTMENT TIME: TBD after submissions
 
RATE/USAGE: $500.00 per day; for 1 year/AZ ONLY; TALENT WHO GET CAST WILL BE SUBJECT TO BACKGROUND CHECK.

UNION STATUS: Non-union

 

CASTING DIRECTOR: Faith Hibbs-Clark, CSA, owner Good Faith Casting, LLC & Chris Bowe, Casting Associate

 

OTHER INSTRUCTIONS: All talent must be on time but NOT early.  Talent only. No friends, spouses or children.  Talent must bring one a photo and resume.


CALLBACK: TBD

ROLES: Looking for Caucasian and Hispanic men and women.
GROUP 1: Fit (not freakishly so) and youthful-looking middle-aged folks. There should be an easy cameraderie amongst all four of these folks.
Casino patron 1: Female 35-55 years old. Good looking thought not overly idealized. Nice smile and energy.
Casino patron 2: Male 35-55 years old - husband of casino patron 1.
Casino patron 3: Female 35-55 - friend of 1 & 2
Casino patron 4:  Male - husband of Casino patron 3.

GROUP 2: More youthful friend group. Two young couples who will become friends. (7 and 8 meet at the casino)
Casino Patron 5: Female 25-30 years old. Good looking. Wholesomely sexy. Nice smile and energy. She has a good body and long straight pretty hair that will look nice when hit with a wind machine.
Casino Patron 6: Male 25-30. date of number 5.
Casino Patron 7: Female 25-30 years old. same specs as number 5. She has a nice wholesome energy as she glances at number 8.
Casino Patron 8: Male 25-30 years old. Will look good with number 7.

NATIVE AMERICAN FEMALES: 25-55 (if you are submitting for this role, be sure to put the name of the role in the subject line)

SHOOT DATE: November 10th & 11th, with the possibility of a wardrobe fitting on November 9th.

 

To submit: Send a current, color photo, resume if you have one, and complete contact information and union status to gfcsubmissions@gmail.com.  Make sure you put what group you fall into in the subject line of your email. Please also be sure to let us know your agency status, If you are with an agency on our preferred agency list, please have your agency submit you. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Please do not send us links to other websites, and please do not simply say "we are on file with you" as we will not be reviewing these submissions. If you have done a casino commercial in the past 2 years, please do NOT submit. If you are not available for the shoot dates, DO NOT submit.

 

 


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

Chris Bowe
Casting Associate
Good Faith Casting, LLC


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Thursday, October 29, 2009

This week on www.TucsonStage.com

This week on www.TucsonStage.com:

New articles and reviews in Chuck Graham’s “Let The Show Begin”:

THEATER – Arizona Theatre Company has opened its production of "George Is Dead," written and directed by Elaine May, featuring Marlo Thomas and Don Murray. Read our review on the Theater page.

Arid Rose Theater has opened finally, with a capacity audience from Green Valley to see the debut performance of  "Art." Now that is  a happy ending for sure. Performances of "Art" are continuing Thursdays through Sundays. It's a terrific show. See our review on the Theater page.

Gaslight Theatre opens its Christmas show Nov. 5, with shows through Jan. 2. This year the Gaslight gang celebrates the holiday season with "On The Road to the North Pole."

Live Theatre Workshop's excellent production of the Agatha Christie mystery, “The Unexpected Guest,” continues its run through Nov. 8.

Beowulf Alley Theatre Company will open "Rabbit Hole" by David Lindsay-Abaire on Nov. 7 (preview show Nov. 6).

All the details are listed on the Future Shows theater page.

MUSIC Check out the CD review of "Wild Women," just released by Diane Van Deurzen & Lisa Otey and let the good times roll.

Chamber Music Plus turns to the Gershwin brothers for inspiration in their Berger Performing Arts production the Sunday afternoon after Thanksgiving.

The line-up is set for the Tucson Jazz Society’s New Year’s Eve jazz all-star gala.

Find all the details on the Future Shows film and music page.

All the club dates for local jazz groups are posted on the LBS (Let The Show Begin) Calendar.

DANCE  – Ballet Tucson’s opening night gala will celebrate the company’s 24th season. Christmas brings “The Nutcracker.”

Dance and Desert in the spring is followed by the Urban Picnic. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” concludes the season.

All the time and ticket information is posted on the Future Shows dance page.

FILM – Keep up with the Loft Cinema’s special events each week in “Life at the Loft” on the Film page.

The downtown Screening Room re-opens with a new face on the street side and lots of plans for the future, on Oct. 30

Classic films screening at the downtown Fox Theatre are posted on the Future Shows film and music page.

Been Eating To Any Good Beats Lately?

Our musically inclined restaurant reviewers are looking for some new restaurants presenting both good jazz and good food. Preferably at the same time. Past reviews are posted in Eat to The Beat.

If you know of one, please send email to chuck@tucsonstage.com or go to Letters to Chuck and send us a note from there.

… and much more.

New auditions, casting calls and announcements on the TTA List:

·  Tucson: Auditions, Vocalists and musicians - Tucso...

·  Tucson: Producers, stage and screen, please tell u...

·  Tucson: Casting Call, Teaser/Trailer for feature l...

·  Tucson: CASTING CALL U of A STUDENT FILM

·  Tucson: TPAC Information - Action Alert

·  Tucson: OPEN CALL for ACTORS - OPP's Play In A ...

·  Tucson: Auditions for Big River - Red Barn Theater...

·  Tucson: Casting Call, Matrix-like extras needed No...

·  Tucson: ACTORS FOR VERY FUN SHORT FILM

·  Tucson: CAST- Clean and Sober Theatre is seeking A...

·  Tucson: ETCETERA Spring 2010 Season Update

·  Tucson: CRITICAL FUNDING INITIATIVE MEETING

·  Tucson: Last Chance for Last Call - Winding Road T...

·  Tucson: Jackrabbit Sky screening at The Loft

·  Tucson: Looking for two strong women singer/actors...

·  Tucson: Award-winning puppeteer Patti Smithsonian ...

·  Tucson: Cirque Du Sin presents Tricks and Treats a...

·  Tucson: Sweet Charity Auditions Nov, 16th, 17th, 1...

·  Tucson: Live Theatre Workshop Presents The Frog Pr...

·  Tucson: MALE ACTORS WANTED FOR UA SHORT FILM

·  Tucson: Wardrobe PA for Flor de Muertos/Calexico/F...

·  Tucson: Batucaxe - All Souls Procession Fundraiser...

·  Tucson: LTW presents A Tuna Christmas

·  Tucson: 2nd Annual AZ. Underground Film Festival k...

·  Tucson: Casting Call, MEN CURRENTLY TAKING LIPITOR...

·  Tucson: The PrimeTime Players present Rehearsal fo...

·  Tucson: AUDITIONS - Barbea Williams Performing Com...

·  Tucson: BatucaxĂ© Performance Group Events

What everyone’s talking about on the TTA Discussion Board…

http://groups.google.com/groups/img/watched_n.gifProducers, stage and screen, tell us who you are.

http://groups.google.com/groups/img/watched_n.gifIncreasing professional courtesies

http://groups.google.com/groups/img/watched_n.gifpaying something 

http://groups.google.com/groups/img/watched_n.gifTucson: Getting serious actors for your casting calls 

Join the discussion at http://groups.google.com/group/tta-list-discussion

 

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Tucson: Auditions, Vocalists and musicians - Tucson Jazz Institute

 

From: cmccluer@comcast.net [mailto:cmccluer@comcast.net]
Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 12:22 PM
Subject: Wanted: Vocalists and musicians

 

 

The Tucson Jazz Institute currently has a few openings for their middle school and high school jazz big bands combos, symphonic winds orchestra and vocal jazz choir .  We will be holding auditions for those spots Oct 28 through Nov 15.  Please contact Carol at 579-9603 or 514-0935 to book an audition time. 

 

The Tucson Jazz Institute provides a unique opportunity to develop as a musician with classes in beginning and advanced improvisation, vocal jazz ensemble, music tech, recording arts, and symphonic band.

 

Scholarships available.

 

Mention that you saw it on Bill Dell's Tucsonstage.com.  Thanks.

 

 

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Tucson: Producers, stage and screen, please tell us who you are

Dear TTA List Members,

 

A recent email from a TTA List Member raised some good points about posting announcements for auditions and casting calls including, “Please tell us who you are! Why not include your names, websites, resumes, projects completed, names of awards?”.  Because the TTA listserv is not intended to be a discussion board, I’ve posted the email to the TTA Discussion Board at http://groups.google.com/group/tta-list-discussion.  This is a place where everyone can add their thoughts and comments.

 

I have also started a thread called, “Producers, stage and screen, tell us who you are.”  If you produce stage productions, dance or film, please tell us about yourself and your company by replying to the tread at http://groups.google.com/group/tta-list-discussion/browse_thread/thread/be814b7fb2a04f1c.  We could start a useful directory for the Tucson community.

 

Best Regards,

 

 

Bill
TTA List Administrator
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Tucson: Casting Call, Teaser/Trailer for feature length film - paid

Casting female role in Teaser/Trailer for feature length film ($) (Downtown Tucson)


Date: 2009-10-28, 9:24PM MST
Reply to: skygatepictures@gmail.com


 

Yes, there is pay available. Read on. :)

About Us:
We are an award winning production team that is going to be shooting in Tucson on November 2nd and 3rd getting footage for a promotional teaser trailer for our next feature length film.

About you:
You are a thin, attractive Caucasian female, preferably with blonde, strawberry blonde, or light brown hair. You are able to pass for someone between the ages of 20-27. You are fun and relaxed and like meeting and working with different people. You have at least three, but no more than five CURRENT photographs (these do not have to be professional "headshots", but please make sure that they are in focus) with at least one full length body shot and a close up of your face and one profile picture. You do not need to have experience acting for the camera, but at least a healthy curiosity about trying it. You have to be professional, as in serious. We are all professionals and we expect that whoever is going to be working with us to treat us with the same level of courtesy and respect that we will show to you.

About the role:
There are actually only going to be between two to three shots involving your character and there are no lines to be spoken. This is about having the right look, and being able to convey a mood without saying a word. Acting, if you will. ;)
This will be an easy shoot and a great opportunity to network with professionals that work in Tucson, Phoenix, Los Angeles and Mexico. Don't forget this business is all about "knowing people".

About the compensation:
We are all working at a discount on this teaser because we believe in the project. That means, we are all taking pay cuts now for a potentially larger pay day later. Your compensation will be between $50 and $100 depending on the shots that we are able to get. The shots vary from standing behind a bar, to a close up of a hand dripping blood, to a high angle full body (no nudity) shot in a bloody bathtub. (Oh yeah, this isn't a Disney film) Depending on your comfort level the pay will adjust accordingly. The shoot will last the better part of a day, but it will be one of the easiest, and most fun, $100 you'll ever make. When you add that to the lifelong friends you'll make, you'll want to pay us! :)

If you think you meet the criteria:
Please send the 3 to 5 current photos (full length body shot, face close up, profile shot) and a little about yourself to skygatepictures@gmail.com and we will contact you right away. Thank you for your time and have a great day!

  • Location: Downtown Tucson
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  • Compensation: $50 to $100

 

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Tucson: CASTING CALL U of A STUDENT FILM

CASTING CALL U of A STUDENT FILM (U of A)


Date: 2009-10-29, 2:08AM MST
Reply to: job-wuyby-1442481655@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]


 

I am a senior film production student and the University of Arizona. I am looking to cast two more supporting-lead characters and also in need of a lot of extras. Below is a character description of the roles offered. I have cast the lead, and hope to have him there to read with you guys so I can get a sense of chemistry he has with you. I hope to hold call backs in the Marshall building Rm. 221 on the second floor, some time in the next two weeks. The film shots Nov. 12-15.

http://iiewww.ccit.arizona.edu//uamap/staticLarge/158.02.html

Dylan- 21-27 year old female. Tall, attractive brunette. Dylan is a free spirited, artsy looking girl, who is completely honest with who she is and how she is feeling. Even with a light a fun personality, it is clear that Dylan has a sound moral frame work, and is a very trustworthy, honest, and courteous woman. Having lost her parents at a young age, Dylan has an interesting outlook on life and is wise beyond her years.
STRONG SUPPORTING

Abbey – 21-27 year old female. Attractive, blonde. Abbey is a free spirit, who lives completely in the moment. She is sassy, with a flair for human contact and having fun. After growing apart from Sebastian she decided to call off the relationship, as hard as it was for both of them.
SUPPORTING (This character will also have a sex scene, which will be shot topless or in lingerie, compensation will be negotiated for this role) The scene is tasteful, and not pornographic.

Please respond with a resume and headshot.

Thank You

  • Location: U of A
  • Compensation: Food on set everyday and negotiable money compensation for Abbey character
  • Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
  • Please, no phone calls about this job!
  • Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

 

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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Tucson: TPAC Information - Action Alert

 

From: Rebecca Springer [mailto:rspringer@tucsonpimaartscouncil.org] On Behalf Of Tucson Pima Arts Council
Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2009 3:39 PM
Subject: Information - Action Alert

 

Information – Action Alert

 

October 28, 2009

 

 

 

 

 

Tucson’s Proposition 200 - The Public Safety First Initiative

 

On November 3 city voters will be asked whether the Tucson’s City Charter should be amended to prescribe mandatory minimum staff levels for police officers and mandatory minimum response times for the Fire Department. This is an unfunded mandate that has the potential to impact other services generally; inasmuch no funding source has been included in the proposition. To learn more about the initiative and its impact on city government, which may result in the layoff of 343 FT city employees, the elimination of non-mandated services such as the Parks and Recreation Department, or the elimination of support for Outside Agencies (e.g. TPAC, Job Path, The Humane Society, The Tucson Gem and Mineral Society, El Tour de Tucson; Our Family Services) see the following:

http://cms3.tucsonaz.gov/docs/psfifaq.pdf

 

http://cms3.tucsonaz.gov/hottopic/public-safety-first-initiative/

 

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Tucson: OPEN CALL for ACTORS - OPP's Play In A Day

 

From: Kelly Hardesty [mailto:kjhardesty101@yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2009 3:04 PM
Subject: OPP's Play In A Day -- Nov 6 & 7

 

Old Pueblo Playwrights’  7th Annual Play in a Day
OPEN  CALL  for  ACTORS
 
Saturday, Nov 7
10:00 a.m. sharp
 
Cabaret Theater, Temple of Music & Art
330 S. Scott Avenue
 

All in one day = Saturday, November 7

Open Call:  10:00am, Cabaret Theater
(No auditions.  Resumes helpful, but not necessary.)
Rehearsals:   throughout the day
Performances:  7:30 p.m., script-in-hand staged readings that same night  
 
Adult actors of any age or type are encouraged to participate in this fun, one-day event.
 
Pre-registration encouraged.  Contact Jerry Elias, Play-in-a-Day Coordinator,

majinaz2000@yahoo.com or (520) 318 - 0559

 
www.OldPuebloPlaywrights.org
 

 

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Tucson: Auditions for Big River - Red Barn Theater

-----Original Message-----
From: E Waugh [mailto:dogspaws4@yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2009 4:08 PM
Subject: Auditions

Big River
Directed by : Vince Flynn
Needed: 13 Males ages 13 to 75 or older Females: ages 13 to 75 or older
Bring headshot & resume. cold read from script or prepared monologue
Bring sheet music (no rock or rap) or be prepared to sing something from the
show
Accompanist provided

November 9 & 10 (Mon. & Tue) 7-9PM Show opens January 8, 2010
The Red Barn Theater, 948 N Main Ave. Tucson 85705 1 block South of Speedway
on East side of Main Ave at 1st Street
520-622-6973 www.theredbarntheater.com


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Tucson: Casting Call, Matrix-like extras needed Nov 1st

 

 

From: ALAN WILLIAMS [mailto:bigduke6@q.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2009 3:11 PM
Subject: Matrix-like extras needed Nov 1st

 

We are looking for as many extras as possible to dress in black business suits or black trench coats and sunglasses. (Think The Matrix.)

 

You will be members of a secret cult chasing two other characters through an empty down town street. It's one, maybe two takes shot from several stories above looking down onto the street. It's easy, will be fun, and take maybe an hour, tops.

 

Appropriately attired extras are gathering outside Artfare, at 51 N 6th Ave on Sunday, Nov 1st at 8am. Yes, 8 am. We need to shoot that early on a Sunday to ensure that there are no other pedestrians or vehicles. We're going for surreal, empty streets. But remember, we get the shot and everybody is free to go within an hour, knowing they are part of cinematic history!........okay, local cinematic history.

 

Any questions can be directed to bigduke6@q.com. Please put "Peter Gabriel is God" in the subject line.

 

Thank you!

 

Alan Williams

Organized Chaos Productions

"The Pigeon Sanctuary- Redux"

 

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Tucson: ACTORS FOR VERY FUN SHORT FILM

ACTORS FOR VERY FUN SHORT FILM (ORACLE ARIZONA)


Date: 2009-10-27, 4:13PM MST
Reply to: gigs-hzbty-1440548594@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]


 

I am a local director/producer.

Looking for 5 Actors for a 2 day shoot. This is a modern western that has been in preproduction for a while now. My third post about it. I really believe in this project and I think it will be a great showcase for everyone involved. A planned festival circuit distribution is the main goal here, in addition to being a spec piece for agents and producers.

CAST:
WARD: BOSS of crew, major bad-ass, very smart, quick talking. AGE 50-60
LENY: ARCH NEMESIS of WARD and equally intelligent. More shrewd and patient. AGE 50-60
DON: Smart boy, leads the pack of the young ranch hands that do WARDS dirty work. AGE 20's
FRANCIS: A worry wart and Don's amigo. AGE 20's
JAMES: Wards nephew and a little naive. AGE 20's.

Will shoot December 4 and 5.

This is a modern western with an entertaining premise and a plain old good story.

Auditions will be MONDAY THE 16th of NOVEMBER. If interested. Indicate which role and please send headshot/reels. etc.

Here are links to my previous work (all 72 hour projects with no budget/crew)

http://vimeo.com/6489721
http://www.youtube.com/newdogme#p/a/u/0/4Y1QJKlW7iM
http://vimeo.com/6692160

  • Location: ORACLE ARIZONA
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  • Compensation: VERY LIMITED

 

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Tucson: CAST- Clean and Sober Theatre is seeking ACTORS!

 

From: Richard Talley [mailto:rtalley@compasshc.org]
Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2009 1:49 PM
Subject: CAST- Clean and Sober Theatre is seeking ACTORS!

 

C.A.S.T., Clean and Sober Theatre is looking for actors, ages 18-30 to immediately fill supporting roles in state wide tour of Remembering Me.  C.A.S.T. is a professional theatre troupe engaged in the prevention and education of substance abuse amongst youth. All positions are paid, transportation to and from production sites, food and lodging provided. Auditions will be held on Wednesday, November 4th between 4pm and 7pm.  For an audition appointment, please forward headshot and resume or call 520-250-4787 for further information.   Positions open until filled.  Tour runs through November 2009.

 

Richard Talley

Production Assistant

C.A.S.T. Clean and Sober Theater

Compass Health Care

520-620-6615 ext 5020

 

 

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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Tucson: ETCETERA Spring 2010 Season Update

 

From: MsKOLoera@aol.com [mailto:MsKOLoera@aol.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 27, 2009 3:03 PM
Subject: ETCETERA Spring 2010 Season Update

 

ETCETERA, the late night series at Live Theatre Workshop, has updated it's 2010 Spring Schedule with two new additions to the season (OLEANNA and FROZEN HEART). Also, the upcoming productions of WHITE PEOPLE and KILLER JOE have moved up in the season.

 

RICHARD O'BRIEN'S THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW

Book, Music & Lyrics by Richard O'Brien

January 15 - 31, 2010

Friday & Saturday Nights at 10:30 PM

Sunday Nights at 8:00 PM

Featuring Jody Mullen, Danielle Dryer, Carley Preston, Samantha Cormier, Eric Anson, Richard Gremel, Amanda Gremel, Michael Martinez, Roger Owen, Paul Matlock, Miranda McBride, Lucille Petty, Michele Loera, Desirae Linz and Savannah Linz

Staging & Choreography by Kristi Loera and Christopher Johnson

Directed by Christopher Johnson

 

OLEANNA

By David Mamet

March 5 - 20, 2010

Friday & Saturday Nights at 10:30 PM

Featuring Danielle Dryer and Bill Epstein

Directed by Sheldon Metz

 

FROZEN HEART

By Dawn C. Sellers

April 2 - 10, 2010

Friday and Saturday Nights at 10:30 PM

Featuring Noel Chester as Ana

Staging & Choreography by Zach Morris

Directed by Philip Bennett

 

WHITE PEOPLE

By J.T. Rogers

April 16 - May 1, 2010

Friday & Saturday Nights at 10:30 PM

Featuring Glen Coffman, Amanda Gremel and Cliff Madison

Directed by Toni Press-Coffman

 

KILLER JOE

By Tracy Letts

May 15 - 29, 2010

Friday and Saturday Nights at 10:30 PM

Featuring Eric Anson, Kristi Loera and Lucille Petty

Directed by Christopher Johnson

 

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Tucson: CRITICAL FUNDING INITIATIVE MEETING

CRITICAL FUNDING INITIATIVE

FOR NATURE, ARTS, CULTURE, AND HERITAGE ORGANIZATIONS

Friday, November 6

10:00 am - 12:00 noon

Tucson Symphony Center

2175 North Sixth Avenue

Tucson, AZ   85705

Current economic conditions have made it clear that Arizona's arts and culture community needs a source of public funding that is stable and secure. 

A team of advocates, including representatives of arts and culture organizations of all sizes from throughout the State, has been working to create a funding initiative to be placed on the Arizona general election ballot in November 2010. 

IF SUCCESSFUL, THIS FUNDING STREAM WOULD GENERATE APPROXIMATELY $100 MILLION ANNUALLY, WHICH WOULD BE DISPERSED BY THE ARIZONA COMMISSION ON THE ARTS TO ALL QUALIFIED NATURE, ARTS, CULTURE, AND HERITAGE ORGANIZATIONS IN ARIZONA.

NACHOs (the executive directors of Tucson's Nature, Arts, Culture, & Heritage Organizations) and TPAC (Tucson Pima Arts Council) are co-sponsoring a meeting to discuss this initiative, what success will mean to our arts and culture community (and the State of Arizona), and what we need to do collectively to ensure it is approved by voters in November 2010.

As a critical supporter of ARTS AND CULTURE, you MUST attend this meeting. 

We also encourage you to bring other influential and interested parties.

Please RSVP by November 5th to Martha Martell at mmartell@tucsonsymphony.org with the names of who will be attending.   

On behalf of NACHOs  and TPAC, we look forward to sharing the details of this exciting, TRANSFORMATIVE, initiative for the good of the entire State of Arizona.

THANK YOU!!!

 

TUCSON MUSEUM OF ART

Robert Knight

Executive Director

140 N. Main Ave.

Tucson, AZ  85701

(520) 884-9865 direct line

 

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