‘Holding Patterns’ Speaking Roles Casting Call

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‘Holding Patterns’ Speaking Roles Casting Call in Mobile, Alabama.

To audition for a role on the ‘Holding Patterns’, check out the casting call details below:

‘Holding Patterns’ Casting Call

HOLDING PATTERNS BREAKDOWNS

DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING IS, TUESDAY, JULY 28 @ 10AM

PLEASE SUBMIT TO [email protected] WITH HEADSHOT, RESUME AND DEMO REEL (IF YOU HAVE ONE)

MUST BE WILLING TO WORK LOCAL HIRE TO MOBILE, AL

STORY LINE: In his mid 20s, Charlie Brenner is suffering from what he calls ”life block.” Still traumatized by terrible accident, given to catatonia and self-doubt, his life is in a ”holding pattern.” But he’s not alone. Clearly, it’s an insidious problem, affecting a generation of young people who view the future with trepidation, while still eager to eschew the shackles of the past…

[ANNABEL] Mid 20s, Tall and lanky.

[BEN POLLACK] Mid 20s, focused, good-humored, with a sense of direction in his life.

[BRAD PARKER] 19, tall and good looking, he is a rising track star.

[HAYDEN GREAR] 19, Good shape, runner physique, athletic.

[HOMELESS MAN] 30s-50s, Caucasian, Rugged and bearded.

[JIM SWANSON] 40s, African American, he is Charlie’s boss at the movie theatre, an observant, likable, intuitive and thoughtful fellow.

[LESLIE REED] 19, any ethnicity, Laid back, Thoughtful but also Type A personality.

[ROSS] Late 40s to early 60s, any ethnicity, a hard-working lawyer.

[RUSSEL] 50s, Caucasian, well-dressed, business type, preferably silver hair, not a great sense of humor.

[STEVEN] 7-10, he is Charlie’s mischievous, hyper-active half brother (written as Caucasian but will entertain mixed African American/ Caucasian)

[TODD BERNARD] Mid 20s, smart-mouth, scum bag, seen at a party and very drunk, he’s a directionless fellow.

[TRACK COACH] 30s-50s, any ethnicity, fit, athletic, might have typical college sport coach look.

[ZACHARY BELL] 40s, any ethnicity, weathered and/or grizzled look, well-dressed, he is a college track scout.

Please do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.

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