Brew City Spotlight
Location: Between Chicago, IL and Milwaukee, WI
Type: Other Projects
We are looking for fun, hard-working, easy to work with cast and crew for all who have a passion for making people laugh. For the roles, all are opened to all who meet the few posted criteria details. We want people who are going to be heavily involved in this from start to finish. We are looking for people who can help build the audiences. Before responding, please make sure you fit within the description of each character.
If we are looking for a 21-27 aged person and you are 40 saying you can play a 25-year-old, it’s not going to happen so please read the details.
Willow is one of four leads in the series. She is a very beautiful leading lady type. She is a dominant and strong character. She is a community theater actress who is destined to hit it big if she can make it and she has the will to do it. She is manipulative and self-centered, career is first on her mind. She has a mean streak. Comedy timing is extremely important for this series. It’s a very serious but silly type of comedy. This character will have to express a lot of emotions.
Tyler is one of the four main leads in the series. He is a good looking almost leading man type. He is a community theater actor who is destined for bigger things. He is that very overconfident guy to who good things always seems to happen. He is successful without trying. He knows what he wants and he is working his way there. He is just getting his first little break. He has a very relaxed personality but is very opinionated. He lives by a set of rules he has made throughout life.
Neil is one of the main characters in the series. He is a pop culture guy who can be a bit cranky at times and is a frustrating person. He is opinionated and has many unhealthy and peculiar habits. He is the kind of guy that isn’t super keen on people in general but does like to entertain. He is in community theater, he’s a perpetual supporting character actor. He is part of a musical duo.
Lucy is a supporting role in the series who appears in multiple episodes. She is a very beautiful leading lady type. She is a dominant and strong character. She is a community theater actress who is destined to hit it big if she can make it and she has the will to do it. She is manipulative and self-centered, career is first on her mind. She has a mean very streak. Comedy timing is extremely important for this series. It’s a very serious but silly type of comedy. This character will have to express a lot of emotions. She is sort of a villain in the story.
Rob is a supporting role in the series who appears in multiple episodes. He is in good shape and a good-looking male. He is a former cast member on the spin-off of a very low-budget but moderately popular kids action show. He thinks he’s the man since he was in this show and while he can be charming at times, he is a misfit. When he acts, he does it with that kid’s show ability, a bit over the top and cheesy. He is someone who can do one type of acting and that is it. He is from Canada.
Austin: M/ 23-26
Austin is a more extreme character. He is a supporting role. People aren’t very fond of him. He’s an actor trying to make it big in the Milwaukee film scene. He’s an artist. He’s extremely trendy. He’s very much a method actor who goes nuts when he acts. He’s sort of a bully.
Antonio is a supporting role in the series who appears in multiple episodes. He is an indie director who has been making low-budget horror films and his new project is the focus of the series. He’s kind of a grubby little guy with a drug habit. He is very awkward and acts clueless a lot. He has constantly pushed around and dominated by Rob as the production goes. This project is his first large-scale indie project. The pressure of the project has mental impacts on him so the actor portraying him will need to be able to go through a lot of emotions.
Chet is a supporting role in the series who appears in multiple episodes. He is sort of a trendy, successful producer who has a knack for discovering new talent. He’s a kinder and optimistic producer, but cutthroat with business.
Sherman is a supporting role in the series who appears in multiple episodes. He is sort of an emo kind of guy, a depressing little fellow. He’s a local actor who does some supporting roles around town. He had an experience in high school that changed him from a top-tier student and actor to who he is today.
Shane: M/late 20s/early 30s
Shane is a supporting role in the series who appears in multiple episodes. He is a blogger who gets his viewers through angering people. He is hated by most for the things he does and his opinions. He is that guy who always adds fuel to fires to make things worse. He is a talented supporting actor though and people deal with his flaws to have his talent around.
Maximus: M/ 50s-70s
Maximus is a supporting role in the series who appears in multiple episodes. He is an actor who is on the stranger side of things. People assume a lot about him and there is nothing to disprove any of it. He overacts, he is full of emotion. He always dresses in black. Must be able to dance well.
Cat is a supporting role in the series who appears in multiple episodes. She is the ex of the director and is still madly in love with him. She is a really good actress, but she is insane. She has a warped impression of reality. She can be really mean to people, she snaps easily. She lies a lot to get what she wants. She is very manipulative.
Joey is a supporting role in the series who appears in multiple episodes. He is newer to the film game, a DP, and sort of the Swiss Army Knife of things. He’s a go-getter, always working, always calming, just an all-out hard working great guy. He doesn’t say a lot but he is always around during the production of the film.
Stan is a supporting role in the series who appears in multiple episodes. He is a friend of the main cast, but not an actor. His story is the story of a downward spiral of unfortunate situations that leave him worse off than the last. He has an obsession with one actress.
Sam is a supporting role in the series who appears in multiple episodes. She is an extremely beautiful girl. She is the sister of another character. She is an X-rated kind of girl and is crazy.
Karaoke Girl: F/25-40
We need someone who can shoot for 1-2 hours and do 1960s go-go-type dances with a green screen.
If interested, please send a resume, headshot, and samples of your work to email@example.com. We are requesting all three of these items. We understand that some people are newer to film productions and don’t have it all, so if you don’t have a resume, please send some information about previous experience, if you don’t have a professional headshot, send us a normal photo, if you don’t have a reel or a sample of your work, send a monologue filmed on your phone. Please specify which characters you are interested in. We are only interested in people in the Milwaukee or Chicago areas. We will be shooting between Milwaukee and northeastern, IL.
City or Location of call: Between Chicago, IL and Milwaukee, WI
Please submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 2021-05-30
This casting notice was posted by: Pulp Productions Studios