Actors Audition For Feature Film "Carol"
Actors/singers/dancers for faith/family feature film "Carol". ONLY LOCAL TALENT WILL BE CONSIDERED. Please see the roles below. About the project: Genre: Faith/Family/Holiday. A modern day musical retelling of the beloved Charles Dickens classic, "A Christmas Carol". Rate: Paid. Additional info: Non-union. *Priority will be given to actors who are local to NE Indiana, or can work as a local, but directors will consider non-locals as well. Please see the attachment. If you are interested, please apply.
An entitled man-child who believes the world owes him something, but won’t lift a finger to give back. Singing role.
A supportive wife to Solomon, and loving mother to their two daughters, she prays daily for her husband ever since he left the family. Singing role.
A tenderhearted business owner who gives everything he has to help those around him. He loves his family and his community. Singing role.
Bob’s loving wife & mother to four children, including Tiny Tim, Penelope is sweet and caring, but willing to be a little blunt when a point must be made. Singing role.
True to the original character, Scrooge is back; this time to teach a lesson to the entitled young Solomon Lynch. Singing Role.
Light-hearted, spunky, and fun, Christmas past is a sparkly skirt-wearing fairy who enjoys showing Solomon his past failures. Singing role.
Wise-cracking and direct, Christmas Present helps Solomon see the error of his selfish ways. Singing role.
Edgy, creepy, intimidating, Christmas Future is a man of few words, but with a flare for hard-rocking truths. Singing role.
Solomon & Carol’s oldest daughter. She was a sweet young girl, but her heart hardened after her dad left the family. Singing role.
A humble servant leader, Reverend Lynch Pastors a small church in town, and gives all he can to help others. Singing role.
Solomon’s loving mother. She never gave up on her son, and prays regularly that God will send someone to turn his life around.
Pendleton is the greedy, wealthy factory owner who moved the operation overseas, causing the financial collapse of Springfield.