03-17-12 – Seattle, WA>Boise, ID – SpoCon, Spokane’s premiere sci-fi/fantasy and literature fan foundation is taking reservations for our dealers room.
We’re looking for a photographer interested in working our convention at the downtown DoubleTree Hotel August 10-12, 2012.
We have an ideal space available for photography priced at $150 for the weekend. This the memberships into our convention and a space roughly 10×19 feet long where you could set up a background at the far end for taking portraits of the hundreds of people who attend our convention in costume. We’re especially interested in renting this space to someone with greenscreen capability who can add backgrounds to the images appropriate to the costumes people are wearing.
We would prefer someone who would be able to privide the post processing and printing on site.
03-07-12 – Dallas, TX>Austin, TX – GIVE ME A BREAK, A NEW ROCK MUSICAL REGIONAL TOUR AUDITION
“Give Me A Break” is a new Rock Musical launching from the start as a Tour! We will be touring the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex & surrounding areas on a multiple venue tour schedule. It is also highly likely the show will go on to a National level.
How far would you go to get your big break, to realize your fantasy of rock and roll stardom? This two-act, pop-rock musical, “Give Me a Break” is a funny, raucous yet touching story about a rock band’s arrival at a crucial crossroads, rendered chaotic by a turbulent mix of women’s lib, sexual freedom, hallucinogenic drugs, STDs and an offer they can’t–or won’t–refuse…
It’s Dallas, TX in the 1970s. Pulsar5 collectively yearns to attain rock stardom, but they diverge on how far they are willing to go to achieve it. Conflict climaxes when Pulsar5 auditions for a “big-time” agent. That’s when the two female and three male band members realize their ideals are irreconcilably different. In “Give Me A Break”, human frailties are hilarious and hair-raising. Reaching for a dream can squarely crush the heart of the lover boosting you up. And strength of the old friendships can be stretched to the breaking point when opportunity knocks. Is the force propelling Pulsar5 forward a prophetic magnetism drawing them closer to their true star, or is it a stellar wind pushing them to flame out? — Submit Yourself To This Role Now: Live Event
02-28-12 – Miami, FL>Orlando, FL – If you have an exhibitionist streak in you, I want to hear from you. I am looking for models able to model either indoors or outdoors along an exhibitionist theme. Possibility of video too.
To secure this gig, you simply need to be over 18, female, have a shapely figure and be willing to give it a go. Write with a photo and live out your exhibitionist fantasy at the same time.
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02-10-12 – Minneapolis, MN>Rapid City, SD – Hello and thanks for looking at my casting call.
I have several concepts that I had been trying to transform into images but due to a hectic schedule it hasnt yet happened. So I am trying again.
I mostly do fairytale fantasy images, I am taking a step away from that and doing dark, glamour and message based images.
Some of the ideas I have are:
1) Birth: Depicts a beach with a number of large eggs and the largest one is hatching and a model is coming out of it.
2) Asylum: An abandoned mental asylum with the model in the center looking deranged, with ghosts of previous inmates flying around.
3) Dark Angel: Several variations but mainly dark wings and war torn landscape.
4) Glamour: I am interested in doing black and white headshots mostly concentrating on eyes and lips.
I have several other concepts. If any of the above interest you oryou would like toknowaboutmyotherideas,please feel free to send me a message with your email address and I will gladly send you sketches of my other images.
12-30-11 – Vancouver, BC – We are looking for models. Both with longer hair preferably.
This is a great experience, very fun and out there.
Models will be required to walk the runway and show off their new cut and color.
The theme is fantasy so its a little more edgy then just your normal cut and colors.
Models must be willing to do almost anything to their hair.
If this is for you I’d love to hear from you! Everything is free by the way.
Only seriouse inquiries please, respond by e-mail.
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12-22-11 – New York City, NY>Philadelphia, PA – Big Fish
BIG FISH: A Musical of Mythical Proportions. Rollicking fantasy set in the American South. Centers on the charismatic Edward Bloom, whose impossible stories of his life’s epic adventures frustrate his son Will. Now, with Edward on his deathbed, Will must embark on his own journey to find out who his father really is, unraveling the man from the myth, the truth from the tall tales.
The novel was first published in 1998. Tim Burton directed the 2003 film starring Ewan McGregor, Albert Finney, Billy Crudup, Jessica Lange and Helena Bonham Carter. The film was nominated for an Academy Award, Grammy, seven Golden Globes and a BAFTA. — Submit Yourself To This Role Now: Live Event
12-16-11 – New York City, NY>Philadelphia, PA – THE DROWSY CHAPERONE pays tribute to the Jazz-age shows of the 1920′s and the power those shows held to transport us into a dazzling fantasy and to lift our spirits in times of sadness.
The audience is greeted by the narrator, Man in Chair, sitting on a darkened stage. He is a fan of vintage musicals who seems to be suffering from free-floating depression, and he quickly decides to cheer things up by playing a record of the original cast recording of a (fictional) Broadway musical entitled “The Drowsy Chaperone”.
No sooner has the needle touched the record than we, together with the narrator, are transported to a 1928 Broadway theater and into “The Drowsy Chaperone”, a play-within-a-play crammed full of every cliche, gag and gimmick from the golden age of musicals.
The estate of Mrs. Tottendale (a wealthy dowager) is the site of an imminent wedding between showgirl Janet Van De Graff to oil tycoon Robert Martin. We are introduced to a barrage of characters during an introductory opening number (“Fancy Dress”), including Mrs. Tottendale and her Underling (a proper butler), dashing bridegroom Robert Martin, harried and bumbling best man George, producer Feldzeig (a thinly-disguised homage to legendary Broadway producer Florenz Zeigfeld), ditsy would-be showgirl ingenue Kitty, a pair of Gangsters disguised as the pastry chefs, Latin Lothario Adolpho (a Rudolph Valentino-type), Janet’s Drowsy (i.e. “tipsy”) Chaperone (whom we understand is being played by a rather overbearing and potent grand dame of the theater), and Trix (a glamorous aviatrix a la Amelia Earhart). Throughout the show, Man in Chair will continue to comment and explain the action with asides to the audience.
Feldzeig is agonizing over the fact that his top meal ticket, Janet, is leaving showbiz to get married. The Gangsters, who are in the employ of one of Feldzeig’s investors, pressure him to sabotage the wedding so that he can retain Janet’s services as a performer.
Robert and George nervously prepare for the wedding (“Cold Feets”). George suggests that Robert blow off some steam by roller-skating. In order to prevent Robert from accidentally seeing the bride before the wedding, he also provides Robert with a blindfold.
Janet is lounging by a pool while fielding questions from reporters. Feldzeig arrives and attempts to convince her to reconsider the wedding, but she rebuffs him (“Show Off”). He enlists the help of latin lover Adolpho, convincing him to seduce Janet.
In her bedroom, Janet shares with her Chaperone her excitement about the upcoming nuptials. This prompts the Chaperone to perform a rousing anthem about alcoholism (“As We Stumble Along”), which is not particularly relevant to the plot. Man in Chair explains that this song was written into the show due to the demands of the actress playing the Drowsy Chaperone, who always insisted that a rousing anthem be included in every show in which she performed. After Janet departs to find Robert, Adolpho arrives and mistakes the Chaperone for Janet. The Chaperone quickly accepts his advances (“Adolpho”).
Janet encounters Robert, who is roller-skating blind-folded in the garden. She puts on a bad French accent and he fails to recognize her. At her request, he tells this alleged “stranger” how he first fell in love with Janet and they relive the moment together (“Accident Waiting to Happen”). However, this results in a kiss, whereupon Janet gets angry and accuses Robert of having kissed “a strange French Girl on your wedding day!”
Meanwhile, Kitty fails to persuade Feldzeig that he doesn’t need Janet anymore because he has her as a replacement. The Gangsters arrive, angry that Feldzeig has not yet ruined the wedding. He distracts them by convincing them that they have showbiz talent (“Toledo Surprise”). Aldolpho arrives to announce that the wedding is off because he has seduced the bride, but Feldzeig informs him that he has in fact seduced the Chaperone instead. However, Janet arrives to announce that the wedding is indeed off because Robert “kissed a French girl.” Feldzeig is ecstatic, and leads the company in another rendition of “Toledo Surprise”.
At this point, Man in Chair attempts to play the record of the Second Act of the show. However he mistakenly begins playing a song (“Message From a Nightingale”) from a different musical entirely, causing the setting of the play to temporarily shift to an oriental palace, and all of the actors to assume new roles. Man in Chair hurriedly corrects his mistake and The Drowsy Chaperone resumes.
Janet laments the collapse of her romance with Robert (“Bride’s Lament”) and decides to continue her life as a star showgirl.
Mrs. Tottendale assures her Underling that the wedding preparations should continue regardless of the apparent disaster (“Love is Always Lovely”). She also makes it clear that she is in love with the Underling.
The Chaperone informs Janet that she intends to marry Adolpho. Mrs. Tottendale and the Underling announce that they plan to marry as well. Robert arrives and asks Janet to reconsider and marry him after all. She confesses that she was the French Girl he kissed and agrees that their wedding is back on. Feldzeig is saved from the Gangsters by virtue of his new leading lady, Kitty (who is also, he reveals, his fiance).
There is great rejoicing in anticipation of the multiple weddings (“Wedding Bells #2″). George has neglected to arrange for a Minister, but fortunately Trix the Aviatrix arrives and it is decided that since she is technically the “captain” of a “ship” of sorts, she can officiate the weddings (“I Do, I Do in the Sky”) and fly the wedding party to Rio for the Honeymoon.
The show is abruptly cut short by a power failure in Man in Chair’s apartment. As the Superintendent arrives to attend to the breakers, the Man explains his love for the show as an antidote to “the dreary horrors of the real world.” The entire cast joins him onstage for the grand finale (“As We Stumble Along – Reprise”). — Submit Yourself To This Role Now: Live Event
Filmmaker with first feature film completely shot. Our editor has fallen ill and is unable to finish editing the project. Looking for a skilled editor who is interested in working with the director in completing the film. The film itself is an ambitious dark fantasy horror movie. The project has been through different editors hands and needs someone with a good work ethic to step in and get it finished, a large audience awaiting its finish. If interested, please contact us for more details.