Serving the Film and Television Industry in New England
A Boston-based film crew is casting three roles for a fundraising teaser for a feature film. All roles are PAID a day rate and available to both UNION and NON-UNION actors. The teaser is currently set to shoot in the Boston metro area on July 9th & 10th.
The Radicalization of Father Wallace
In a brash act of defiance, a small town priest suffering from a crisis of faith steals a painting from his church and embarks on a wine-fueled journey to Mexico. (The teaser will feature the moment in which the painting is stolen from the church)
Saturday, June 4th: 1:00PM-8:30PM
Sunday, June 5th: 10:00AM-6:30PM
To book an audition slot, respond to email@example.com indicating your availability. Please include your headshot and résumé in electronic form. Also, indicate in the title of your email the role for which you would like to audition; you may read for several roles. Sides will be provided upon arrival.
PRIEST (50-65, caucasian)
At times driven to outbursts of excitement and impishness, throughout his life the Priest has suffered periods of doubt and depression, often linked with his unsatisfying appointment to a small, unenthusiastic New England parish. When his parish is closed, his disillusionment comes to a head, and he commits a brash act that precipitates a series of events through which he learns the true meaning of service, a lesson that will alter the course of his remaining life.
POLICE CHIEF aka ERIC (40-55, caucasian)
Eric is a character best defined by his flaws: a college dropout, a military troublemaker, a failed public servant. Through his ambition and engaging personality he managed to travel most of the world before he was thirty. The same charisma and passion that ushered him into elite circles would also see him promptly exiled. A lifelong friend of the Priest’s he aids and abets the Priest’s brash actions by playing Virgil to his Dante on a journey through the “real world”.
GARDENER (30-60, any)
The gardener of the Priest’s church is the only witness to the Priest’s act of robbery. It is through his mercy and understanding that the Priest gets away with his well-intentioned crime of passion. Any ethnicity is fine for this role, but non-caucasian is preferred to be consistent with the fact that throughout the rest of the film, it is varied immigrant groups that teach the Priest his life lessons.