Misfits Audio is looking to cast several guest-starring roles for episode 11 of JIM NOLAN, PRIVATE EYE, "Father's Day [Part 1]." Voice descriptions and sample line(s) are listed below. Deadline for auditions is Friday, June 25. Please submit your auditions to jawunicorn at aol dot com and mikeandzachary at verizon dot net. Please note that if you are chosen to play a role, your character may also appear in the conclusion of "Father's Day." Many thanks for your interest.
MRS. WILLIAMS: Early 50s, soft voice, Trudy's mother:
1. Certainly. I don't have to leave for work for another half hour or so. Please come in.
2. I'll certainly try. (A PAUSE) Can I get either of you some coffee? I have some brewing.
ERIC STANTON: Around 20, kind of high voice, polite:
1. As well as can be expected. She still speaks about how kind you and your family were to us when dad passed away last year.
2. I don't know. It must have fallen out of that box of papers from P. I. Magazine that I gave you. I stumbled on it in the attic when I was helping Mom clean out the house for the new owners. It certainly looks important. I was tempted to open it, but I didn't. It seems like it was a private thing between dad and your husband. You can see from the writing on it.
YOUNG ALBERT NOLAN: Early 40s, gruff voice:
1. Good. Gladys sends her love, and Jim's birthday is coming up in a couple of weeks.
2. No, came close though. (A PAUSE) I think Gladys may have heard of the Llewellyn matter.
MR. STANTON: Early 40s, kind of high voice, Albert's friend:
1. Whatever you say. And don't you worry about the Llewellyn thing. Gladys won't hear about it from me. I'm just glad that it's over and you're safe. I wouldn't sell many magazines without the adventures of the great Albert Nolan.
2. (CHUCKLES) You always did love those Laurel and Hardy movies.
GUARD: Male or female, any type of voice [this is the only line]:
1. Mrs. Llewellyn is being brought to the visitors' room. There will be a guard right behind her, and you'll be able to speak with her through the glass.
HANNAH LLEWELLYN: Around 60, bitter, husky voice:
1. OK, I'm goin'. Don't push me, big boy.
2. What do I care about saving a man's life? Did anyone care about saving my George's life when he died in prison last month?
BEN TIMILTY: Mid 50s, deep voice, a friend of Carmichael:
1. Why do you want to find this Colonel Cutler anyway?
2. I'll do everything I can. I'll call in every one of my markers.
DR. LOUISE HARKINS: Late 30s, sweet, lilting voice:
1. (CHUCKLES) I'm "Dr. Harkins" to everyone in this place. It's nice to hear "Louise" every so often.
2. His full name is Isaiah Bradley Cutler. He worked for the federal government in various roles since before World War II. He's a lovely man with a bit of a Southern drawl. I've heard that as a younger man, he was a real charmer.
DEANNA LLEWELLYN: Mid 30s, sweet, somewhat frightened voice:
1. That's right. I had forgotten about that. That's why you're the older sister.
2. Then we'd better take precautions.
Recording and contact information:
- Record in format: 44100hz, 16-bit Stereo MP3
- Save the lines as "JN11_charactername_yourname_audition. mp3"
If you are chosen, we will be asking you to do your lines THREE TIMES EACH, each time a little differently, so the mixer can pick the best take.
Deadline for auditions is June 25th
Send to Jawunicorn@aol.com