‘Troupe Zero’ Open Casting Call for Speaking Roles

Do you know of any talented kid actors?

A new feature film written by Oscar nominee Lucy Alibar, the writer behind Beasts of the Southern Wild, is now casting young actors for a new feature film.


The movie is titled “Troupe Zero” and centers around a group of “delightful misfits” living in a town in South Georgia during the ’70s. The casting company is looking for girls and boys between the ages of 8 and 14.

“All types, all shapes, and all sizes are welcome,” the casting call said.

“Troupe Zero” is expected to start shooting in Savannah in July and it’s being co-directed by the team known as Bert & Bertie. For more information about how to submit a video, visit www.fincannoncasting.com/opencalls.

About Lucy Alibar:

Alibar grew up on a farm outside Monticello near the Georgia state line. She graduated from Lincoln High School in Tallahassee. “Beasts of the Southern Wild” was based on Alibar’s one-act play called “Juicy and Delicious,” which was performed during its early stages at the Grassroots Free School in Tallahassee before heading to New York and then the silver screen.