Beauty for Ashes Enterprises Casting Call for Play (Warrior Too!)
For all of you that have seen “The Warrior Within” stage play, this is the continuation of the story.
This play is about two young men who discover their parents have captivating life stories of homelessness, drug, emotional and physical abuse.They soon learn that there is a lot more to the story than what they had been told. This production goes from trials to triumph…from heartache to forgiveness and from pain to peace.
Things to bring for casting call if you are trying out for a part (acting role). You can bring your own monologue but we will have a cold read for you as well.
8 X 10 Headshot (Single Photo) and Bio.
*(If you do not have your headshot and bio, you will not be able to audition)
The Ravinia Club
Two Ravinia Drive, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30346
TEL (770) 392-7300
February 11, 2012 @
10:00 am -2:30 pm
Please let me know if you have an questions.
I look forward to meeting you all and come with your “A” game! Well….actually that’s the only game you should have.
01-20-12 – Miami, FL>Tampa, FL – Miami Intentional University of Art & Design and Marionette Productions
Casting for a Short film, a psychological thriller with a tint of drama.
Seeking Non-Union talent.
Talent will receive DVD for their reel.
Transportation can be arranged.
Seeking for White/hispanic/european male and female – 20′s.
Also seeking a White/hispanic/european male – 40′s
Send us your picture and resume.
A dysfunction family came to an end to a bloody series of murders.
Daniel wakes up in his dark room, the house cold and empty. Confused, he wanders through the cold and dark house.
He starts to experience a series of vision that will unfold the bloody assassinations of first his father, then his sister.
After finding out the horrific scenes, he discovers not only who murdered his family, but that he himself was murdered too.
– CHARACTERS –
• DANIEL — 20′s white male.
Daniel grew up in a dysfunctional family, to an aggressive father, John, and a mentally disturbed sister, Sophia. He loves Sophia, despite her stony personality. His mother passed away when Sophia and him were kids. Daniel knows how John physically abuses Sophia violently, but does not know about the sexual abuse. He feels guilty for not confronting his father to protect his sister.
Daniel and Sophia never talk about how their father treats them, but do wish to get out of that house as soon as possible.
One day he wakes up to the most terrific scene, leading him to the end of an unstable and disturbing family home.
• Sophia — 20′s white female.
Sophia grew up through repeatedly sexual and physical abuse from her father, John. Her mother died when her and Daniel, her brother, were little children. Sophia is mentally unstable. She developed a violent and destructive personality. Soon turned to drugs, erasing feelings of loneliness and desperation. Now, her dependence to heroin grow stronger.
Sophia has a love-hate relationship with her brother Daniel. He is the only family she has, but resents him for never have protected her from their father’s abuse. She thinks of Daniel as being weak and a coward. One day she took matters into her hands and ended her suffering with a violently passionate plan.
• John — White adult male.
John was raised in a dysfunctional home to an alcoholic aunt, after her mother abandoned him. He became a businessman and got married to a beautiful and talented lawyer, and had two children, Daniel and Sophia. Soon after Sophia was born, his wife passed away abruptly to an advanced cancer. After the death of his wife, John developed violent conducts and a drinking habit. He was not able to love his children after the tragic death of his wife. He started to sexually abuse his daughter at an early age. He couldn’t stop himself from punishing his daughter for his lost. He barely talks to his children, and never expressed a single sign of affection. This angry and lonely man, created a traumatic childhood and a living hell for his two children that will lead him to a bloody death.
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