Auditions Boston “We’ll Be Better When We’re Men”

By | April 13, 2010

Casting notice posted on, casting location: 621 Huntington Ave. Boston, MA

I will be holding auditions for a film I’ll be working on over the summer. I plan to do partial shooting in the metro Boston area, and partially in central Massachusetts. So the biggest thing I’m looking for right now, besides someone that can act, is someone who will have a reasonably open schedule this summer. It’s not uncommon for people to compliment the speediness of my shoots, but I’m not making any promises. But if this can all go smoothly, I should be able to get it all shot in a few weeks.

THIS WILL BE A NO PAY GIG! If you’re looking for money please look elsewhere because I do not have any to give to you (although I really wish I did). I will, however, cover travel cost if you play a part that will be shot in Central Mass. (I’ll pay for you to get to Central Mass.)

Here’s a link to my youtube page so you can see some of my work. Most of it is experimental, but this project is a narrative.

please email me for the script

I will be looking for 3 high school aged men (17-19ish). It’s fine if you’re older than that, but you have to look young. Those will be the 3 main characters.

for extras,
I’ll need someone to play a dad (so a man in his 40’s/50’s)

Someone a play a drunk woman (not really specific with this one, you’ll be more heard than seen (the older the better though, I would say)).

and someone to play a hardware store clerk (this guy is in his early 20’s, a little heavy and dorky looking would be really great).

That should be it for actors. please let me know if you have any questions.

The first audition will be May 14th at 621 Huntington Ave. in Boston (Massachusetts College of Art. in room 535) (I will have signs directing you where to go). I will be there from 6:00P.M. – 9:00P.M.

Please let me know if you plan to make it for the audition, just so I can make a general head count.

Casting Location: 621 Huntington Ave. Boston, MA
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