1) Caucasian men of various builds, ages 18 and older to fill a number roles.
2) An African American male, various ages and builds work for this character.
3) An African American female, 20-40s, attractive.
4) A Caucasian American female, 20-40s, attractive.
We rehearse on Wednesdays at 6pm and Saturday's at 9:30 am.
They play has profanity.
A preview of the story:
The year is 1920. In the racially divided southern United States lies a quaint town, Pleasant Creek. Pleasant Creek is a peaceful place where the residents live out their daily lives. Some partake in work and church, while others prefer listening to the blues and gambling at the local juke joint. Everything is fine until a heinous crime is committed. Now it's up to the sheriff to find out what happened, and get to the bottom of things before civil unrest occurs. We present Dealing with the Devil.
The compensation/pay structure is deferred and based on each performances revenue.
The cast and crew will receive credit, a copy of the DVD from performances and auditions, a head shot, as well as 33% of the total revenue of each production. For example if the first show brings in a total revenue of $6,000; $2,000 would go towards paying the cast and crew. If the cast/crew is roughly 20 people than the average cast/crew member would receive $100 or roughly 1.6% of the total revenue with slight variation depending on the amount of work put in by the individual cast/crew member. In short the more money we make the more you make.
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