Sunday, December 25, 2011

Casting Notice for UP THE TRAIL


Airborne Productions is in pre-production for a feature film called "Up The Trail."   Up The Trail is the adaptation of the bestseller novel about a young cowboy who goes up the Great Western Trail in 1882




Cookie 
Active
Featured / Male / Caucasian, Hispanic, Native American / 26 - 45 years
Description: he is the barber, banker, dentist, healer and priest, counselor, and letter-writer. Other names for cookie, depending on the mood of the cowhands and their distance from him were bean wrangler, dough puncher, pot wrassler, bean master, biscuit shooter, dough belly, and belly cheater To his face he is always cookie.
Wardrobe: set in 1882. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration


Injun 
Active
Featured / Male / Caucasian, Hispanic, Native American / 15 - 25 years
Description: You cannot have a fear of fire arms or animals. You will need to be able to handle a horse and a pistol competently. Half Breed is a swing rider. Those who have experience barrel racing, breakaway roping, calf roping, chute dogging, cutting, bronc busting, steer wrestling, team roping or bull riding will have preferred consideration. Let us know if you are a musician. 


"I have known cowboys to ride one hundred miles per day. I know this sounds unreasonable but they were off before daylight and rode hard until after dark. Their usual day’s work was to be off as soon as they could see how to catch their horses, throw the round-up together around 10 o’clock then work cattle or brand until dark and often times stand guard one-third of the night after that.


The usual ride was sixteen hours per day. No Union hours for them. It was from daylight until dark with work, and hard work as that. "


L. M. Cox of Brownwood, Texas.
Wardrobe: set in 1882. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration
Casting Billboard Role Added 11/23/2011 1:33 PM


Half Breed 
Active
Featured / Male / Caucasian, Hispanic, Native American / 15 - 25 years
Description: You cannot have a fear of fire arms or animals. You will need to be able to handle a horse and a pistol competently. Half Breed is a swing rider. Those who have experience barrel racing, breakaway roping, calf roping, chute dogging, cutting, bronc busting, steer wrestling, team roping or bull riding will have preferred consideration. Let us know if you are a musician.
Wardrobe: set in 1882. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration
Casting Billboard Role Added 11/23/2011 2:45 PM


Edmund Simmons 
Active
Featured / Male / Caucasian / 21 - 52 years
Description: Edmund Simmons is the River Guard guarding the Rio Grande river on the Mexican-American border. You cannot have a fear of fire arms or animals. You will need to be able to handle a horse and a pistol competently. This role may be shot on location outside the 100 mile SoCal radius.
Wardrobe: Western wardrobe. set in 1882. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/23/2011 12:27 AM


Mexican Vaquero 
Active
Co-Star / Male / Hispanic / 21 - 60 years
Description: This character has 13 lines in Spanish and delivers all of them from a horse during the day. This role involves a river crossing scene driving both horses and cattle over water. You cannot have a fear of fire arms or animals. Those who demonstrate a competency in horsemanship will have preferred consideration. You will need to be able to handle a horse and a pistol competently. This role may be shot on location outside the 100 mile SoCal radius.


**PLEASE NOTE YOUR EXPERIENCE**
Wardrobe: set in 1882. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/23/2011 12:44 AM


Mexican Don 
Active
Co-Star / Male / Hispanic / 35 - 70 years
Description: This character has 13 lines in Spanish and delivers all of them from a horse during the day. This role involves a river crossing scene driving both horses and cattle over water. You cannot have a fear of fire arms or animals. Those who demonstrate a competency in horsemanship will have preferred consideration. You will need to be able to handle a horse and a pistol competently. This role may be shot on location outside the 100 mile SoCal radius.
Wardrobe: set in 1882. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/23/2011 12:59 AM


Blonde Haired Girl 


Featured / Female / Caucasian / 13 - 29 years
Description: The character MUST HAVE BLONDE HAIR. Your character rejects LEM TODHUNTER the village idiot when he asks you to dance. 


Your character lives in Reconstruction Texas where the Civil War killed most of her brothers or Uncles. She held strong racist views against newly emancipated slaves and the Yankee government in control of the state. The state economy is depressed because of the social and economic upheaval of the war. Your character is concerned about finding a marriage with the strongest man who can protect and provide for her. She in turn must love him and bear him lots of children - some of whom may survive. Everyone considered her an old maid if she didn't marry by 22. A dance could procure a love match if her parents did not have one in mind for her. 


Dances would go on for days. Women were rare on the frontier so unmarried women never had a break during dance. The fact that there was not too many women on the frontier gave her some leverage in her marriage choice. But that leverage was quickly lost in the face of Indian raids and race riots.
Wardrobe: Set in Reconstruction, Texas - 1867. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly. The bra was not invented until 1907. Those women with money had a corset. You wore cotton, linen or wool.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/23/2011 11:38 PM


Redheaded Girl 


Featured / Female / Caucasian / 13 - 29 years
Description: The character MUST HAVE NATURAL RED HAIR. Your character rejects LEM TODHUNTER the village idiot when he asks you to dance. A southern accent is a bonus.


Your character lives in Reconstruction Texas where the Civil War killed most of her brothers or Uncles. She held strong racist views against newly emancipated slaves and the Yankee government in control of the state. The state economy is depressed because of the social and economic upheaval of the war. Your character is concerned about finding a marriage with the strongest man who can protect and provide for her. She in turn must love him and bear him lots of children - some of whom may survive. Everyone considered her an old maid if she didn't marry by 22. A dance could procure a love match if her parents did not have one in mind for her. 


Dances would go on for days. Women were rare on the frontier so unmarried women never had a break during dance. The fact that there was not too many women on the frontier gave her some leverage in her marriage choice. But that leverage was quickly lost in the face of Indian raids and race riots.
Wardrobe: Set in Reconstruction, Texas - 1867. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly. The bra was not invented until 1907. Those women with money had a corset. You wore cotton, linen or wool.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/23/2011 11:50 PM


Male Dancers 


Stand-In / Male / Caucasian, Hispanic, Native American / 14 - 77 years
Description: You cannot be afraid to dance. A social dance was a man's way of cutting across social, cultural and economic barriers and into a young girl's heart. Men outnumbered women on the frontier. Men protected women in the face of Indian raids and race riots. We expect you to square dance, clog, zydeco, Texas two step, Cajun two step, or waltz country western dance.


Dances would go on for days. Women were rare on the frontier so unmarried women never had a break during dance. A dance could procure a love match if her parents did not have one in mind for her. The fact that there was not too many women on the frontier gave her some leverage in her marriage choice. 


Your character lives in Reconstruction Texas where the Civil War killed most of your brothers, cousins, fathers, Uncles and sons. Your character holds strong racist views against newly emancipated slaves and the Yankee government in control of the state. The state economy is depressed because of the social and economic upheaval of the war. 


You might be a farmer, rancher, shepherd, store keeper, grocer, drover, carpenter or clerk.


Your character is concerned about finding a marriage and being the strongest man who can protect and provide for her. You expect her in turn to love you and bear lots of children - some of whom may survive. You may even consider marrying an widow or an old maid (an unmarried woman over 22).
Wardrobe: Set in Reconstruction, Texas - 1867. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly. You wore cotton, linen, canvas or wool.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 12:23 AM


Female Dancers 


Stand-In / Female / Caucasian, Hispanic / 13 - 35 years
Description: You cannot be afraid to dance. A social dance was a man's way of cutting across social, cultural and economic barriers and into a young girl's heart. Men outnumbered women on the frontier. Men protected women in the face of Indian raids and race riots. We expect you to square dance, clog, zydeco, Texas two step, Cajun two step, or waltz country western dance.


Your character lives in Reconstruction Texas where the Civil War killed most of her brothers or Uncles. She held strong racist views against newly emancipated slaves and the Yankee government in control of the state. The state economy is depressed because of the social and economic upheaval of the war. Your character is concerned about finding a marriage with the strongest man who can protect and provide for her. She in turn must love him and bear him lots of children - some of whom may survive. Everyone considered her an old maid if she didn't marry by 22. A dance could procure a love match if her parents did not have one in mind for her. 


Dances would go on for days. Women were rare on the frontier so unmarried women never had a break during dance. The fact that there was not too many women on the frontier gave her some leverage in her marriage choice. But that leverage was quickly lost in the face of Indian raids and race riots.
Wardrobe: Set in Reconstruction, Texas - 1867. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly. The bra was not invented until 1907. Those women with money had a corset. You wore cotton, linen or wool.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 12:30 AM


Mexican Girl 


Co-Star / Female / Hispanic / 13 - 29 years
Description: The character MUST BE OF LATIN AMERICAN or Spanish Descent. Your character rejects LEM TODHUNTER the village idiot when he asks you to dance. Her rejection of LEM TODHUNTER sets of a violent confrontation between her brother and the aforementioned LEM TODHUNTER.


Your character lives in Reconstruction Texas where the Civil War killed most of her brothers or Uncles. She held strong racist views against newly emancipated slaves and the Yankee government in control of the state. Though the MExican community was divided and some held aloof from the Civil War, many in the Mexican community sympathized with the South. Your character has deep business ties to the pro-South faction and seeks to assimilate into the dominate Anglo-culture. 


The state economy is depressed because of the social and economic upheaval of the war. Your character is concerned about finding a marriage with the strongest man who can protect and provide for her. She in turn must love him and bear him lots of children - some of whom may survive. Everyone considered her an old maid if she didn't marry by 22. A dance could procure a love match if her parents did not have one in mind for her. 


Dances would go on for days. Women were rare on the frontier so unmarried women never had a break during dance. The fact that there was not too many women on the frontier gave her some leverage in her marriage choice. But that leverage was quickly lost in the face of Indian raids and race riots.
Wardrobe: Set in Reconstruction, Texas - 1867. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly. The bra was not invented until 1907. Those women with money had a corset. You wore cotton or linen. Avoid folkorico dress with bright colours.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 12:53 AM


Mexican Brother 


Co-Star / Male / Hispanic / 13 - 32 years
Description: This Character is the brother of the Mexican Girl who rejects LEM TODHUNTER the village idiot when he asks you to dance. Her rejection of LEM TODHUNTER sets of a violent confrontation between her brother and the aforementioned LEM TODHUNTER.
Wardrobe: Set in Reconstruction, Texas - 1867. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 1:04 AM


Folk Guitarist 


Guest-Star / Male / African American, Caucasian, Hispanic, Native American / 13 - 77 years
Description: Character MUST BE AN EXPERT MUSICIAN. We expect you to play American folk music from the 19th century to complement 2 barn dance scenes. One set in 1878 and another set in 1867. Knowledge of the period, its music with special emphasis on Stephen Foster is a bonus.
Wardrobe: Set in Reconstruction, Texas - 1867. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 1:16 AM


Folk Banjo Player 


Guest-Star / Male / African American, Caucasian, Hispanic, Native American / 13 - 77 years
Description: Character MUST BE AN EXPERT MUSICIAN. We expect you to play American folk music from the 19th century to complement 2 barn dance scenes. One set in 1878 and another set in 1867. Knowledge of the period, its music with special emphasis on Stephen Foster is a bonus.
Wardrobe: Set in Reconstruction, Texas - 1867 and 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 1:21 AM


Fiddler 


Guest-Star / Male / African American, Caucasian, Hispanic, Native American / 13 - 77 years
Description: Character MUST BE AN EXPERT MUSICIAN. We expect you to play American folk music from the 19th century to complement 2 barn dance scenes. One set in 1878 and another set in 1867. Knowledge of the period, its music with special emphasis on Stephen Foster is a bonus.
Wardrobe: Set in Reconstruction, Texas - 1867 and in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 1:24 AM


Folk Bassist 


Guest-Star / Male / African American, Caucasian, Hispanic, Native American / 13 - 77 years
Description: Character MUST BE AN EXPERT MUSICIAN. We expect you to play American folk music from the 19th century to complement 2 barn dance scenes. One set in 1878 and another set in 1867. Knowledge of the period, its music with special emphasis on Stephen Foster is a bonus.
Wardrobe: Set in Reconstruction, Texas - 1867 and in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 1:27 AM


Mariachi Band Member 


Guest-Star / Male / Hispanic / 13 - 77 years
Description: Character MUST BE AN EXPERT MUSICIAN. We expect you to play American folk music from the 19th century to complement 2 barn dance scenes. One set in 1878 and another set in 1867. Knowledge of the period and its music is a bonus.
Wardrobe: Set in Reconstruction, Texas - 1867 and in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 1:31 AM


Matron 


Featured / Female / Caucasian / 29 - 56 years
Description: Your character is a good mother, but a bit of a busy body and a gossiper. She meddles in her daughter's life in order to protect and provide a better life for her.
Wardrobe: Set in Reconstruction, Texas - 1867 and in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 1:34 AM


Mr. FLANAGAN 


Supporting / Male / Caucasian / 36 - 69 years
Description: A North of Ireland man, a shopkeeper who is father to Jaime Flanagan whom he spoils and he tutors Tommy Moore. Flanagan is blind to who he favors and spoils Jaime while cruelly dismisses and abuses Tommy. A man of Scotch-Irish heritage will have preferred consideration
Wardrobe: set in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 1:53 AM


LEM TODHUNTER 


Guest-Star / Male / Caucasian / 16 - 50 years
Description: Lem is a man just like everyone else but his problem is that he is known as the Village Idiot because he has a stuttering problem. He is likable. He wishes to overcome this impression others have of him so that he can marry and have children. An actor with a background in stand up comedy will receive preferred consideration.
Wardrobe: Set in Reconstruction, Texas - 1867. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 1:24 PM


Pompey 


Guest-Star / Male / African American / 14 - 22 years
Description: 14 at the time of the story 1872, a black orphan, best friend to Robert Wesley, gets his sense of humor and admires his style, inseparable. He was a slave to a family but was orphaned after emancipation and attached himself to the Wesley family.
Wardrobe: waif, servant dress circa 1872, cottons and linen Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 1:57 PM


Robert Wesley 


Guest-Star / Male / Caucasian / 14 - 25 years
Description: a good kid, has a conscience, hard working, a bit naïve and a push over. 15 lines, 2 days of work. An actor who knows how to ride a horse, pack a mule and having their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration.
Wardrobe: Set in 1872
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 2:29 PM


Ma' Durham 


Guest-Star / Female / African American / 26 - 46 years
Description: a young single mother who married an much older man for financial security. She is bullied between her imperious husband who is more like a father and her rebellious son who is more like a brother.
Wardrobe: A pioneer woman, set in 1872 on the frontier. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly. The bra was not invented until 1907. Those women with money had a corset. You wore cotton or linen.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 2:43 PM


FREEHAUF 


Guest-Star / Male / African American, Native American / 40 - 70 years
Description: Freehauf is a hunter who leads an outfit who hunts wild cattle and skins them for their hides. He contracts with Old Man Durham to have his son Bull Durham provide him supplies. You have 9 lines of dialogue with 2 days with of work.
Wardrobe: An actor who knows how to ride a horse, pack a mule and having their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 2:57 PM


MARSHAL 


Featured / Male / Caucasian / 20 - 60 years
Description: 2 lines of dialogue. One scene, one day's worth of work. You play a lawman who is a kind of peter pan. The Marshall spends most his time trying hard to maintain appearances rather than pursue justice and uphold the law. Your character gets shot by the outlaw vigilantes.
Wardrobe: Western wardrobe. set in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 7:52 PM


CLERK 


Co-Star / Male / African American, Caucasian, Native American / 20 - 70 years
Description: 2 lines of dialogue. One scene, one day's worth of work. An overdressed lawman, too scared to say anything besides "um", "ha ha" and "cool" much less pursue justice and uphold the law. Your character gets shot by the outlaw vigilantes.
Wardrobe: Western wardrobe. set in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 8:05 PM


Sam Bass 


Guest-Star / Female / Caucasian / 20 - 42 years
Description: 2 lines of dialogue. One scene, one day's worth of work. Based on the real Sam Bass, your character is a bit of a slacker. You will need to be an expert horseman as your character chases the main character on horseback.
Wardrobe: Western wardrobe. set in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 8:31 PM


John Wesley Hardin 


Guest-Star / Male / Caucasian / 20 - 42 years
Description: 2 lines of dialogue. One scene, one day's worth of work. Based on the real John Wesley Hardin, your character is a braggart. You will need to be an expert horseman as your character chases the main character on horseback.
Wardrobe: Western wardrobe. set in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 8:42 PM


John King Fisher 


Guest-Star / Male / Caucasian / 20 - 42 years
Description: 23 lines of dialogue. One scene, one day's worth of work. Based on the real John Wesley Hardin, your character is the outlaw everyone thinks is going to make it big.
Wardrobe: Western wardrobe. set in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 8:50 PM


PA Durham 


Guest-Star / Male / African American, Caucasian, Hispanic, Native American / 50 - 80 years
Description: 13 lines of dialogue. One scene, one day's worth of work. Pa Durham is a Rich Old Man, mean, stingy but is a sucker for his pretty young wife.
Wardrobe: Western wardrobe. set in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 9:05 PM


KIAH 


Featured / Male / Caucasian / 20 - 70 years
Description: 5 lines of dialogue. One scene, one day's worth of work outdoors, you play a vigilante who complains a lot.
Wardrobe: Western wardrobe. set in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 9:33 PM


HOSTILE WRETCH 


Lead / Male / Caucasian / 20 - 70 years
Description: 3 lines of dialogue. One scene, one day's worth of work outdoors, you play a vigilante who is a jerk.
Wardrobe: Western wardrobe. set in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 9:54 PM


Augie 


Guest-Star / Male / Caucasian / 20 - 70 years
Description: 18 lines of dialogue. One scene, one day's worth of work outdoors, you play a vigilante who is a suck up
Wardrobe: Western wardrobe. set in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 10:04 PM


Cager 


Guest-Star / Male / Caucasian / 20 - 70 years
Description: 7 lines of dialogue. One scene, one day's worth of work outdoors, you play a vigilante who is a know it all
Wardrobe: Western wardrobe. set in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 10:19 PM


Pike 


Guest-Star / Male / Caucasian / 20 - 70 years
Description: 3 lines of dialogue. One scene, one day's worth of work outdoors, you play a vigilante who is a bully
Wardrobe: Western wardrobe. set in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 10:21 PM


Captain Scott 


Guest-Star / Male / Caucasian / 20 - 70 years
Description: 26 lines of dialogue. One scene, one day's worth of work outdoors, you play a vigilante who is a bully
Wardrobe: Western wardrobe. set in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 10:28 PM


Judge 


Guest-Star / Male / Caucasian / 20 - 70 years
Description: 6 lines of dialogue. One scene, one day's worth of work. A criminal who wants to steal, vandalize and disrupt the city on the payroll of the outlaws and is completely disinterested in pursuing justice and upholding the law. Your character gets shot by the outlaw vigilantes.
Wardrobe: Western wardrobe. set in 1878. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/24/2011 10:32 PM


SANDERS 


Guest-Star / Male / Caucasian / 20 - 50 years
Description: It is 1864. Your character is the red whiskered Union Sergeant who is in Sherman's march to the sea. Your commanding General William Tecumseh Sherman brought a new approach to war - TOTAL WAR. In addition to defeating the soldiers in the field - General Sherman would wage war on the civilian population. That's where your character comes in as you are a NCO (a non-commissioned officer) it is up to you to enforce this policy. 


You 5 lines of dialogue and are in 4 scenes. 2 days worth of work
Wardrobe: Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/25/2011 12:20 AM


Wilkes 


Guest-Star / Male / Caucasian / 20 - 50 years
Description: It is 1864. Your character is the menacing, cold and impersonal Union lieutenant who is in Sherman's march to the sea. Your commanding General William Tecumseh Sherman brought a new approach to war - TOTAL WAR. In addition to defeating the soldiers in the field - General Sherman would wage war on the civilian population. That's where your character comes in as you need to find those Rebel bushwhackers and feed your troops. You have 8 lies of dialogue. I need you for 2 days in your in 4 scenes.
Wardrobe: Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/25/2011 12:37 AM


Union Soldier 


Stand-In / Male / African American, Caucasian / 20 - 50 years
Description: Union Soldiers to menace the Georgia civilian population
Wardrobe: Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/25/2011 12:40 AM


FERRYMAN 


Guest-Star / Male / Caucasian / 20 - 70 years
Description: 7 lines of dialogue, no nonsense businessman, but a kind and charitable Christian. 1 Day's worth of work
Wardrobe: set in 1865. Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/25/2011 12:47 AM


Rosie 


Featured / Female / Caucasian / 18 - 33 years
Description: Rosie appears in Scene 12 of the Cibola Ranch Excerpt INT. MOORE HOUSE - DAY. Her husband happily introduces his family to his new wife who is expecting. Rosie is of German descent with 3 lines of dialogue. The ideal candidate is an actress from Germany, of German descent. Must have a CREDIBLE GERMAN ACCENT.
Wardrobe: Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly. Set in Christmas, 1881.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/25/2011 1:10 AM


Charles Moore 


Featured / Male / Caucasian / 22 - 30 years
Description: Oldest brother, more successful brother: Just like a celeb "stunt-cast" on a TV show, this sibling comes home from wherever they moved to once every few years, does the quick "pop-in," and is treated to wild applause and admiration. If you don't drop everything when they show, you will pay. Cordial with everyone, close with no one. Apathetic to the lead character Moore. Has 3 lines of dialogue
Wardrobe: Those with their own wardrobe will have preferred consideration. Your wardrobe is homespun mostly. Set in Christmas, 1881.
Casting Billboard Role Added 12/25/2011 1:40 AM

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