I have had much success with Casting 360. In 2007, I was cast in two plays: I co-starred as the drag queen (that's right, I played a man, dressed as a woman) at the Balzar Theater on Luckie St in downtown Atlanta. I was cast in the role of Mother Bouvier of the House of Bouvier. The play was Craig Stewart's "A Day in the Life" a play about gay men and the people who touched their lives! I got paid $300 a week and $500 per performance weekend. I saved every dime and bought my Honda Accord that I still drive today.
Jay Stalling waited until that performance was over and then cast me in his production "Six Prayers and a Dream" and I played the role of "Big Mama." I have now been cast (through Casting360.com) in the role of "G-Ma" on Charlie Tubbs "The Greatest Gift" and I am ecstatic!
Artistic Director and Founder of Lali Productions LLC
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