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Casting

Looking for Bay Area actors for the next two stories. All actors receive a cash stipend and credit (both in the recording and show notes).

The Plan and Schedule

We’ll be recording together in a studio in December, 2018 in San Francisco, with a read-through/rehearsal or two beforehand (also in San Francisco or Alameda). 

Currently Casting

Incognito

Your digital assistant only wants what’s best for you. And now that the AI revolution has come, good luck convincing her she doesn’t know what that is.

Roles: 3W

Anne: 30ish. Copywriter for a pharmaceutical company’s marketing department. Thought she wanted to be a novelist when she grew up, seriously doubts that now. sides

Megan: 20s/30s. Works in finance, dreams of moving to marketing. sides

Kelly: 20s/30s. Human resources specialist. sides

Obvly

Parenting was hard enough before Emily’s daughter traveled back in time to visit.

Roles: 2W, 1M

Emily: 40ish. A CPA and mom.  sides

Guilietta: 26. Visiting from 16 years from now. Emily’s daughter. sides

Tim: 30s/40s. CEO of a failing startup. sides

To Audition for a Role:

Send us a note at theatrophone.podcast@gmail.com with

  1. your bio/resume
  2. a link to your voice acting reel (Film reels are okay, too–we’ll just close our eyes!)
  3. the role(s) you’re interested in

No reel? No problem!

Record yourself reading a couple of pages (sides provided below) with a friend or friends. Non-actor friends are fine, and it’s also okay if one friend reads more than one role.

Mail your recording to us at casting@theatrophone.com, or email us at the same address to organize a Dropbox drop.

Audition recording details: We need to be able to hear you clearly, but you don’t need personal access to professional recording equipment for your audition recording–a recording app on your phone will probably do just fine. (Of course, if you do have a home recording studio, go for it!)

Currently Casting

Incognito

Your digital assistant only wants what’s best for you. And now that the AI revolution has come, good luck convincing her she doesn’t know what that is.

Roles: 3W

Anne: 30ish. Copywriter for a pharmaceutical company’s marketing department. Thought she wanted to be a novelist when she grew up, seriously doubts that now. sides

Megan: 20s/30s. Works in finance, dreams of moving to marketing. sides

Kelly: 20s/30s. Human resources specialist. sides

Obvly

Parenting was hard enough before Emily’s daughter traveled back in time to visit.

Roles: 2W, 1M

Emily: 40ish. A CPA and mom.  sides

Guilietta: 26. Visiting from 16 years from now. Emily’s daughter. sides

Tim: 30s/40s. CEO of a failing startup. sides