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HARVESTER : TV Commercial : Casting for little girl character : Casting Session in Birmingham on Thursday 6th June 2013 afternoon1.Production dates: Shooting : 18/19th June 2013Wardrobe : 13th June 2013Children's Rehearsal : 14th & 17th June 2013Production Company: HSIProducer: Simon MonhemiusDirector: Declan LowneyCasting Director: Greg KyleCasting Details: Casting :

THURSDAY 6th JUNE 2013 : 3-7pm
at Studio One, The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Digbeth, Birmingham, B9 4AA
Please email any suggestions to Greg at : [email protected] 

REFERENCE : This is a continuation of last year's Harvester commercial which can be viewed at : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RbtRJelO0U


.LITTLE SISTER ANNIE (Female, age 6 - 8)IMPORTANT CASTING NOTES : Please have a look at last year's Harvester commercial which introduced the excellent young actor BEN WILBY as the character 'Ben'. Viewable on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RbtRJelO0U1. We are casting this character 'Annie' as his younger sister. You can look up Ben Wilby on Spotlight for a colouring and physical match.2. Also please favour a MIDLANDS or BIRMINGHAM accent.3. 'Annie' is a cute little girl who will convincingly command respect in an adult kitchen whilst remaining charmingly childlike. She should look believable as Ben’s sister. She should be able to perform well with another kid, her ‘brother’ Ben. We need to cast with this in mind and with Ben present. We want a real character, a naturally confident child who will bring her own personality to the ad. Fresh, honest, loveable and real, a perfect antithesis to her brother, someone the audience will instantly warm up to and connect with. We need to look at her and go AAH… before she’s said a word. She must have natural confidence without being unlovable or annoyingly precocious. Pin sharp but not smarmy, you take her side instantly.Height: AnyEthnicity: AnyAgreements: BSF : £190 plus 500% buyout for UK and Ireland usage 1 year TV and Internet
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Please email any suggestions to Greg at : [email protected]

 Scrooge A Christmas Carol Youth Adapted Production- Redditch

A search for young actors will be taking part in Redditch throughout June in a bid to find talented young people to star in an adaptation of Scrooge A Christmas Carol.The story follows the mean spirited Ebenezer Scrooge and his poor treatment of his clerk Bob Cratchit and his subsequent hauntings from Jacob Marley, Ghost of Christmas Past, Ghost of Christmas Present and Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. All roles including those of Scrooge, Cratchit and Tiny Tim will be played by young people, with over 30 parts available for budding young actors The show will be directed by professional actors & directors from within the industry who are beginning their search for main roles and chorus parts. The production will be staged December 2013 with professional training offered to all suitable candidates, with rehearsals taking place on Saturdays.  Informal trials will take place on Saturday the 15th & 22nd of June 2013  2pm-3.30pm Oakenshaw Community Centre, Castleditch Lane, Oakenshaw, Redditch B98 7YB Directors will be looking for youngsters aged between 7 and 17 years. Trials consist of informal fun group drama workshops and are simply an opportunity for directors to meet enthusiastic and committed young people. Complete beginners and more advanced performers are welcome. No preparation is necessary. For further information and to organise a place at the trial please call 0121-244-3214 or email Marian at [email protected] and visit www.classactdramacentre.co.uk 

We want to work with young people that will really enjoy the process, bringing fresh new energy to well known characters and an infectious enthusiasm that will uplift and entertain an audience, experience isn't necessary just a desire to enjoy performing’ ( Artistic Director Clare Marie Smith )

Class Act Drama CentreR009 The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Digbeth, Birmingham, B9 4AA0121-244-3214www.classactdramacentre.co.uk