Location: Milwaukee, WI
Filming in Oconomowoc, WI (primary) for 10-13 days in September 2019
Marquette University, Johnston Hall, Room 310 – 1131 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53233
> On-Site Directions: Use the entrance nearest 12th and Wisconsin (double doors on west side of Johnson Hall facing the side of Gesu Church). Go to 3rd floor. The conference room – room 310 – will be on the left.
> Parking: Non-metered parking is available on 13th St., between Wisconsin Ave. and Wells St. | Metered parking is available on 12th St., between Wisconsin Ave. and Wells St. | Parking is also available in the Wells St. structure, located on Wells St. between 11th St. and 12th St. for a $10 fee.
Date: Friday, June 28
Time: 10:30am – 4:00pm
When a debt-ridden young teacher inherits an abandoned lakefront inn, she and a group of potential buyers visit the property, where they discover a dark, sinister secret and a malignant supernatural presence determined to keep them there forever.
Casting the following roles (talent does not have to be the exact age of the character):
– MARA |Female |30-35 years old
– DONOVAN | Male | 50-55 years old
– PETE |Male | 40-45 years old
– DEX |Male |30-35 years old
– ANI | Female | 25-27 years old
– NIKKI | Female | 35-45 years old
Character BIOS can be found here: http://theheadmistressmovie.com/character-bios-the-headmistress/
Please see attached pfd: 01_THE-HEADMISTRESS_casting-notice_Milwaukee_ACT
About the casting sessions:
While this is an open casting call, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to see everyone who shows up on Friday, June 28, at Marquette University. We will, however, reserve a limited number of audition spaces for those who contact us prior to the session.
If you are interested in being considered for a reserved audition time, please send the following to Jay via firstname.lastname@example.org:
– Links to sample work
– Availability in September 2019
City or Location of call: Milwaukee, WI
Please submit to: email@example.com by 2019-07-03
This casting notice was posted by: Jay Sapiro