“Little House on The Prairie” is being made into a feature film and producers are holding an open casting call for the lead role of Laura Ingalls.
Online auditions are open to those who want to audition for the lead in the Columbia Picture feature film, "Little House on the Prairie".
Little House on the Prairie is based on the children's book series by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The book was written in the 1930's and it depicts life in the American West. The book was turned into a TV series in the 1970's and 1980's and featured Melissa Gilbert as Laura. The series made Melissa a household name and launched her career.
is being made into a feature film and the lead role of Laura Ingalls is up for grabs.
Columbia pictures have created a website to accept video auditions from girls nationwide who are interested in auditioning for a part.
LEAD. Female, 10-13 years old, the smart and spirited middle child of Charles and Caroline Ingalls. Laura is a tomboy and adventure seeker living in the Prairie Lands in 1870. Laura is the type of girl who marches to the beat of her own drum and prefers the outdoors to reading and homework. She has a close relationship with her family and clearly loves her "Pa" and older sister Mary. When her family moves from their home in the Big Woods of Wisconsin to Independence, Kansas, she embraces the adventures she encounters on their journey. Life is not easy, but Laura rises to the challenge...