The eleventh edition of Stonehenge, the regional one-day mass audition event will be returning to Baltimore on Sunday, June 6.
Pre-registration for the event is required, which can be found at:
But wait, what is a “mass audition” you ask? It’s like speed dating for actors.
For you, think of it as speed casting.
If you’re a film director, producer, casting director–or anyone who needs talent in front of the camera–this event can help you know who’s out there, who’s new, and who to call in.
Perhaps you’re about to shoot a short–maybe it’s for the 48 Hour Film Project–or you need to cast a training video, get a solid narrator for your documentary, or get day players for your independent feature. A day at Stonehenge means you will see about 120 actors of all types deliver a monologue which we project on a screen. You instantly see how they look on film and how natural they are. Plus, at the end of the day you have a stack of headshots and resumes of people. Now when you arrange auditions for your project, you have an edge.
Every single filmmaker we’ve asked has found actors they used or planned to use at Stonehenge. In fact, since 2005, filmmakers have told us of over 550 roles in over 120 projects that they cast thanks to actors first seen at Stonehenge.
Two people from your company can attend for as little as $25, but the price doubles on 5/21 and registration closes 6/4.
To learn more and to register, visit: