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Director: BT McNicholl
Casting Director:  Mitzi Maxwell
Producer:  BI Worldwide

Details – Casting Notice

Seeking a diverse company of actors for a corporate industrial to be held on April 28th & 29th, 2021 in Orlando, FL.

This is an improv project with immersive elements. The show will comply with all federal and local guidelines regarding COVID-19 health and safety.  Both AEA and non AEA actors are invited to audition.

All performers submitted must be able to work as Orlando local, a supporting video for the production will also be filmed in March. Some actors will be in the live event and the video, others will only be in the live event.

We are particularly interested in actors with experience in improv and immersive entertainment. Actors who are cohabitating are strongly encouraged to submit.

SCHEDULE / PAYMENTS:

VIDEO | MARCH 19 - 24 

ZOOM REHEARSAL | March 19 - 20 (3 - 4 hours over 2 days)

SHOOT | March 21 - 24

FEE: $600

LIVE SHOW | APRIL 23 - 28        

REHEARSAL | April 16 - 18 ; 23 - 27 (ALL except those listed below)
REHEARSAL | April 18 (Immersion Hosts & Stage Manager)

FEE: $600

PERFORMANCE | April 28 & 29

FEE: $800

Actors will rehearse in Orlando in a covid-compliant setting or on Zoom.

The performance is on Wednesday, April 28 & Thursday, April 29th in a covid-compliant setting at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort.

To be considered for the project please send the following (3) items to industrialauditions@madcowtheatre.com via wetransfer.com.

1) Your resume as an attachment, with a file name that includes your name and the word RESUME.

2) Your headshot as an attachment that includes your name and the word HEADSHOT.

3) A video of you reading a self-selected audition side from a list of sides found HERE and 16-32 bars of a contemporary music selection if your character description calls for it.

This is a self tape request only – we are not holding in-person auditions for this project. 

ALL TALENT SUBMITTED MUST BE ABLE TO WORK AS ORLANDO LOCAL

Inquiries and questions to: industrialauditions@madcowtheatre.com.

roles & Character descriptions

CORE CLIENT: THE LEES (All cultural backgrounds – they are smart, hardworking professionals)

HUSBAND ANDY LEE

Age 40, an architect; family is everything to Andy. He’s a builder, a planner, the All-American success story

WIFE GRACE LEE

Age 39, a medical technician; mom of two with another on the way (actually, she’s about to find out they’re having twins): a social media-savvy soccer mom with a good sense of humor.

DAUGHTER AMY Lee

Age 12, smart, precocious, little kid/big personality —a little bit “Young Sheldon,” a little bit “Modern Family” with a twist of “Wonder Years”: Amy is ‘the glue’ of our show and has to be able to carry a lot of narration

SON ERIC LEE

Age 10, loves the outdoors, wants to be an explorer and also carries his Jr. Explorer binoculars

CORE CLIENT: THE MILLERS (Mid 40s to mid 50s homeowners)

JENNIFER MILLER

Age 16: first time driver, sings in a local rock band; strong willed, opinionated, the youngest child who will definitely forge her own path — this character must sing.

NICK

Age 17, Jennifer’s boyfriend, the leader of the local rock band —he’s definitely got the rock star cool factor, without the edge: a Midwestern boy who respects his elders. Sings country/pop and plays acoustic guitar. Basic or better acoustic guitar skills a plus!

CORE CLIENT: FIRST GEN FARMER / COMMERCIAL AGRIBUSINESS OWNERS

SALLY BARTON

Age early 30s, daughter of multi-gen farmer. Sally comes from a farming family but she’s part of a new breed of farmer driving the ‘farm to table’ initiative. She’s the owner of a commercial agribusiness called Honey Hogs. She’s a strong, hands-on and resourceful woman.

CORE CLIENT: PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

ABBY WILSON

Mid to late 40s. Family law attorney, practices in the Commercial Building on Main Street. Smart, articulate, extremely passionate about her work. Committed to the children and families who she represents. A real mover and shaker.

BROADCAST CAST

BROADCAST HOST 1

FEMALE, late 30s to 40s, Good Morning America type, friendly, personable TV broadcast anchor

BROADCAST HOST 2

MALE, late 30s to 40s, broadcast anchor, interview skills, energetic, confident

STAGE MANAGER

Male or female, 20s, upbeat, energetic, funny, hip, always on the move, conduit to the broadcast cast and the audience

Immersion Support Cast

4 HOST PRESENTERS (gender, racial and age diversity) to act as moderators; will interact with actors and audience; experience as corporate hosts/emcees