It’s Summer again and we are running at full speed! For Actors: Please send kimberlyskyrmecasting@gmail.com your H/R so we can put it in our database. Directors: I noticed someone posted a comment under FAQs for an audition notice. That’s great! If you would like to post an audition notice in the future, send it to kimberlyskyrmecasting@gmail.com and we’ll be sure to put it on the site for everyone to see! We are excited to be working with you.


Nine Yards Media is looking for additional producers, directors, writers and acting talent who have undergone a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) AND/OR Department of Defense (DOD) background investigation (no particular level of clearance required) to support a
current contract. If you meet these requirements, please send an email with your resume/headshot (if applicable) to rick@nineyardsmedia.com.
(Subject: “Cleared Production Teams and Talent” would be helpful.) Please include any information you can provide on when and what background investigation you had.

Thanks!
Laura Cocke
Vice President
Nine Yards Media


Greetings Actors… or those who know an Actor that fits the part!


I will be holding Auditions in early December, but my client would like to see head shots and reels in advance. I will be meeting with them on Tuesday, November 25th, 2008. If you would like to be considered for a role, please forward your materials to me as soon as possible. Union and Non Union Actors accepted.

The Cast List is as follows:
1. Fran-Government Worker
Female, late 30s, attractive, medium complexion, medium length dark hair, race ambiguous, strong voice, very sharp, witty – wears business attire.
2. Scott – A new-hire at Fran’s job
Male, African American, mid 20’s, dark hair – eager, bright-eyed – wears nicer clothes than his colleagues.
3. Andy – Fran’s work colleague
Male, white, mid to late 30’s – able to deliver funny lines with great facial expressions – wears government attire, blue shirt and unfashionable tie, a bit disheveled.
4. Col. Don Reed – Military Commander in Field
Male, mid 40’s. Gruff, rugged, short cropped hair
5. Capt. Crane – Intel. Military Officer
Male or Female, White, late 20’s blond hair
6. General Nagano
Male, Asian (or possibly other minority) late 40’s or early 50’s, dark hair -professional bearing, must be clean shaven and short military haircut – wears military uniform shirt
7. Mark –The Supervisor
Male, African American, mid 50’s – wears business suit.
8. Jennifer – Fran’s counter-part,
expert analyst on computer screen, Latina or Asian female, glasses, mid 30s – in work attire.

PLEASE SEND HEADSHOT AND DVD – AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, Address listed below.

ALSO… PLEASE SEND ELECTRONIC COPIES TO KATIE and AMANDA, Casting Assistants at KimberlySkyrmeCasting@gmail.com!

THANKS…I will look forward to seeing your materials!

Cheers…
Kimberly

PS: PLEASE NOTE:
AUDITION DATES: Monday, December 1st and Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008
CALL BACKS: Friday, December 5th, 2008
SHOOTING: Monday December 15th – Friday, December 19th, 2008

Casting Call: Season two for NBC’s Momma’s Boys began this week and
auditions will take place in New York, Los Angeles, San Diego, Las
Vegas, Atlanta, Salt Lake City, Miami, Washington, D.C., Madison, Baton
Rouge, Louisville and New Orleans. Interested bachelors, their mothers
and single women can visit www.nbc.com/casting or nbcdatingshow.com for
more details.


Hello,
We are looking for someone who can speak fluent Arabic (broadcast Arabic) to come in for 2 hours a day/ 5 days a week (approx. 10am – 12noon) for October through December.
Please distribute to other listservs.
If interested please contact:
Geri Howard
Director of On-Air Promotions
703.852.9083 direct line
202.294.9664 cell
If you can send us samples of your work that would be greatly appreciated. Also, your rates and hours/days of availability.
Many Thanks,

Shirine A. Hossaini

Producer

Creative Services Dept.

MBN/Alhurra TV

7600 Boston Blvd

Suite 100/D

Springfield, VA 22153


The Actors’ Center presents
2008 ACTORS’ EXPO
Saturday, September 20, 2008

Attend the Premiere Conference for Actors in the Washington-Baltimore
region…
Sign up today for the 3rd Annual Actors’ Expo in Washington, D.C.!

Meet the pro’s – Expand your network – Learn new skills – Get more work

Choose from 30 different workshops and panels presented by more than 60
of the region’s top stage, film and television directors, actors,
casting directors and theatre educators.  This year’s Actors’ Expo
offers everything from panels on Marketing, Casting, and Self-Producing,
plus others – to workshops on Meisner, Voice Over, Auditioning for
Shakespeare, On Camera technique, and many, many more.

It is a great opportunity to:
*   Learn how to succeed as an actor from leading professionals
*   Network with industry professionals & connect with your peers
*   See the latest actor products & services
*   Improve your performance skills

Registration is open to all.
Save money by registering before August 31, 2008.

It’s all on one day, under one roof, at The Kellogg Conference Hotel at
Gallaudet University, in the heart of Washington, DC.  There’s ample
parking and it is metro-accessible.  Sign up today to reserve your place
on September 20th!  Seating is limited so sign up early.

Registration is just $35 for Actors’ Center members and only $45 for
non-members if you sign up by August 31, 2008. (Prices go up on 9/1/08.)

To register for the 2008 Actors’ Expo visit
http://www.actorscenter.org/expo.

The Actors’ Center is a volunteer membership organization and a
nonprofit corporation created by and for actors in the Washington, DC,
Maryland, and Virginia.


Adworks, Inc. wil be conducting a casting call on Thursday, September 11th from 10a-1p at Georgetown Post in Washington, DC.  The auditions will be for Adventist Hospital Shady Grove radio commercials.  The actual record will be Wednesday, Septmeber 17 on location in DC.  Please respond to this email if you plan to audition or call 202-739-8220 with any questions. Four total talent are needed for the following:

SPOT:        On Staff

WOMAN:        Female. 25 – 35.  African-American or Caucasian. Voice should have a somewhat serious tone due to the subject matter of the spot. It should feel like a real person.

SPOT:        Private

WOMAN:        Female. 25 – 35.  Latino-American or Caucasian. Voice should have a noticeable smile to it as the spot is reflecting back on a very happy occasion. But shouldn’t be too over the top or sappy. Should still feel real.

Kristine Punga
Broadcast Producer/Business Manager
Adworks, Inc.
202-739-8220




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