John Shea, Artistic Director of Theatre Workshop of Nantucket, will be holding auditions for his upcoming Major Motion Picture SAG (Screen Actors Guild) film. John and his team will be casting both SAG and non-members. Non-members of SAG will be eligible to secure their SAG card if offered a feature part. If you cannot attend the Nantucket casting call, submit your resume and head shot for consideration for the NY and Boston casting to email@example.com. Filming will be in late April through March.
Where: Bennett Hall, 62 Centre Street
When: February 12th, 4-6 p.m.
Synopsis of Film:
Grey Lady is a romantic thriller set in modern day on Nantucket Island & Boston. When a Boston homicide detective is killed, her dying words provide her partner with a single clue that sends him to Nantucket to avenge her death. After a woman on the island is murdered, the detective realizes that he’s made himself and everyone there, isolated prey for the killer who has followed him.
MISS CASH: 70′s – 80′s. A year round islander, Miss Cash covers her wounded heart with a tough exterior. The manager of the Safe Harbor Guest House, she is no nonsense, smart, and hardworking. A drinker who had to recently get sober. She has a winning smile, a sense of humor, and is frail but fierce. PRINCIPLE.
TONY RAMOS: 50′s – 60′s. A Native islander, Tony is tough, working class, heart of gold, Portuguese – Cape Verdean. A leader of men, a divorced family man now single and living with Lola Doyle. He is loved by his friends for his fearless heart, fierce loyalties, and free spirit. PRINCIPLE.
JUNIOR: 40′s -50′s. Junior is Tony’s best friend, an islander jack-of-all-trades, tough, loyal, formidable. Good if he knew how to ride a dirt bike or motorcycle. He could be Caucasian, Hispanic, or African American. PRINCIPLE.
MIKKI CUMMINGS: 60′s. Caucasian. A tough, working class old friend of the Doyle family, Mikki is working class from South Boston. A smoker, overweight, stressed by life, working in a CVS, she plays the bad hand she was dealt close to her chest and wants to put her troubled past behind her. PRINCIPLE.
BILLY MacLEOD: 30′s – 40′s. Caucasian. A local bachelor artist who supports himself by catering and scalloping. Billy is talented, smart, tough and protective of the women friends in his life. A natural charmer, he stands up to Doyle and tells the truth as he sees it. PRINCIPLE.
ROBERT: 30′s – 40′s. Caucasian. Robert, the director of the (X) Gallery is an artist himself; tall, friendly, with an easy way with people. PRINCIPLE.
THE DUKE: 60′s – 70′s. Caucasian. The “Duke” is a financial wizard from Chicago, elegant and angry to find his wife flirting with Billy in public. He has no scripted dialogue but must be able to improvise. FEATURED EXTRA or PRINCIPLE. (To be determined.)
YOUNG ELI: 5 or 6. To be determined by who plays the adult Eli. PRINCIPLE
HUNDREDS OF EXTRAS AND SMALL PARTS