ZOOM AUDITIONS FOR MALE CHILD ACTORS FOR BULLY STAGE PLAY (Washington DC)
compensation: you will begin to be paid once we get the show up.
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The Writer and Director of "Don't Tell Grandma I Met Him Online" has done it again through his Big Brother Butler Productions, with his new play,
BULLYING: THE NEW B-WORD
Life for 12/14 yr. old Keona leaves a lot to be desired. Between not communicating with her mom and seldom ever seeing her dad except on occasional holidays, can she even take anymore, when the school bully begins to target her.
As 12/14 yr. old Rashaad struggles to find his way, it appears he doesn’t have a friend in the world. Will his school guidance counselor be that friend? Or how about old man Freeman?
Will he ever stand up to Zaveon the school bully?
Find out what happens to Keona and Rashaad as you watch this new comedy drama play unfold, coming to your school soon!
(You don’t necessarily have to be the age of the character if you can pass for the age of that character.)
KENNY –11-12 and 13-16 yrs. old boy that all the girls seem to like. Leader, handsome, somewhat muscular, charming.
JORDAN-- 10-12 and 13-16 yrs. old. One of Kenny’s boys.
STEPHON-- 10-12 and 13-16 yrs. old. Another one of Kenny’s boys at the school.
RASHAAD-- 9-12 and 13-15 yrs. old Main male character. Always gets bullied. Timid, quiet, small in statue.
ZAVEON--10-12 and 14-17 yrs. old. School Bully who is bullying Rashaad.
DAMEON--10-12 and 13-16 yrs. old. The bully Zaveon’s sidekick, flunky. He does whatever Zaveon tells him to do.
MIKE-- 10-12 and 13-16 yrs. old. Leader in gym class, confident, funny.
SPINNER-- 10-12 and 13-16 yrs. old boy in gym class. Comedian of the bunch.
DEZ—10-12 and 13-16 yrs. old boy in gym class. Confident
Juju – 10-12 and 13-16 yrs. old. Entrepreneur, sells candy at the school, confident, sort of cocky.
KYRIE-- 9-12 and 13-15 yrs. old. Boy in wheelchair
We are looking for two sets of age groups: High School / Middle School and Elementary School age kids, so we can have actors which represent the entire school age spectrum so that all age levels can relate to it.
We will be doing two sets of shows, one for the High School /Middle school set and the other for Elementary schools set.
If you feel your child can play any of these roles, please email Mr. Butler at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact him at 301-440-1727 and he will give you the TIME of the auditions which will take place on this Saturday, November 7th. You will be sent a link to the zoom meeting room.
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