Casting Call Info:
THE CLEANING CREW
“A mismatched duo clean up gruesome murder scenes for a mysterious organization, but find themselves in deep trouble when one of them tries to leave the business.”
A student film from Emerson College’s chapter of the National Broadcasting Society is now casting its two principal roles:
JIM FLETCHER (50): A true curmudgeon of a man who doesn’t take pleasure in a lot of things, certainly not spending time with his much younger, much sloppier partner, Jim. He’s been in the business for decades, and has learned the importance of keeping his mouth shut and not asking questions. But he doesn’t have any notions of retiring either–mostly because he’s too afraid to.
RAY MEALY (24): A brain-dead slob who loves chicken pot pies and girls with the kind of bellies you get from eating them. He’s much newer to the business than Jim and has the enthusiasm to show for it. But Ray’s curiosity and imagination often get the better of him, and he wants to get out of this shady business and “go legit.”
Production takes place February 24-26 in the Greater Boston area; please only submit if you are able to commit to all three days.
If interested, please submit a headshot and resumé to Executive Producers Alex Fierro-Clarke and Daniel Park at NBSCleaningCrewCasting@gmail.com.
Location: Boston, MA
Please email: NBSCleaningCrewCasting@gmail.com