High Watch at Boston ( when you are given audition slot they will confirm location)
January 21, 2012 at 6pm to January 28, 2012 at 7pm
This is not an open call you must submit headshot and resume if you have one to Nerissa and Susan.Submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org HIGH WATCH CHARACTERBREAKDOWN Principles A). Carol—Looks 16, a Gothicfeel of doom and gloom. She has cancerand is in the beginning stages of chemotherapy. Half of her hair is gone. She has a wry attitude and wishes she couldbeat up the world, at least on the outside. Inside she is afraid of almosteverything. Any…See More
have been in movies and music videos as well as a children's soundtrack.
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Lily was born to Susan and Alan Davis as a premature baby. She was fragile but determined to live. As years came by, her spitfire and bubbly personality set her up for her love of the arts: graphic design, creative writing and theater. She had been in musicals and shows nearly every year she could at camps and schools. Her heart just filled with passion for acting and singing while she had always said "it's a great outlet. totally helps me escape to another world when I'm feeling down."
Lily's father passed away in 2001, which set up a bigger reason for her to continue on with her love for arts. The writing was another world and acting was where she could be someone else.
One of her most loved performance is 'Damn Yankees,' put on with her eighth grade class. The show was in Hebrew, which Lily wasn't completely fluent in. Playing Doris Miller, her favorite memory is an error in which another character didn't show up on stage and improvising was needed. "It was a bit scary because I didn't know Hebrew that well. Luckily, one of my good friends spoke Hebrew perfectly and she was with me on the set."
In 2011 Lily had her first role, as a student, in Kevin James' 'Here Comes The Boom.' She couldn't have been more thrilled, making friends and having a blast on set. She felt right at home and loved the atmosphere.
In her spare time, Lily loves to not only design graphics and write stories but she loved to play her guitar and sing like no one is listening.