GLASS IRIS CASTING CALLS
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Casting Call- Web Short
Glass Iris Studios
900 1st Avenue South, Suite 409
Seattle, WA 98134
The shoot will be over the course of a two-day period at our studio in SODO Seattle. Parking will be reimbursed. Food will be provided. RAW footage & final copies will be provided digitally as well as stored in an online library for future access if needed.
Please have a two-minute comedic and a two-minute dramatic monologue prepared.
Monday November 4th through Friday, November 22nd
Casting offers will be sent out Sunday, November 23rd
Detailed call sheets with all relevant information will be sent to actors after accepting the role offer. Not all cast will be required for both days.
notice Synthetic clothing, wigs and some makeup will be used so please inform the studio of any allergies and dietary restrictions.
Saturday December 7th & Sunday December 8th
$125 for 1 day of shooting
Glass Iris Studios is casting for five speaking roles in its upcoming web short “No Parties!”. We are looking for women of any ethnicity (With the exception of George Washington) between the ages of 21-35 to portray our founding fathers in a political satire based on George Washington’s farewell address to the nation.
We are also looking for an on set male or female narrator between the ages of 25-36.
Narrator Our physical and modern guide who explains the historical importance of the lesson as well as reflecting on hits effects on modern-day political culture
James Madison [Large/Athletic Build] the king of bad timing, kicks the party into gear and drags along his wagon of Tobacco, Cotton, Whiskey, and Guns. Much to the dismay of George. (Smoking is not needed, all tobacco and Alcohol products on set are for prop use only and not for consumption. Most products will be manufactured props. There will be prop guns.)
John Adams (a greedy man) really, really, really wants power and to party hard. He even invites his buddy Madison along for some shenanigans.
Thomas Jefferson must somehow convince George that he is NOT on board with parties, even though he secretly wants one…And Louisiana
George Washington [Must be White] America’s Founding father needs to have a long, hard discussion with his two roommates Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. He is worried that once he leaves the house the two will break into political parties and ruin what they built together.
Unfortunately while explaining his reasons the troublemaker James Madison boots down the door and kickstarts the American Party.