Scared Black is a unique type of theatrical project that is written by K. Oliver Honore. The writer will be directing the play throughout the season. It is a free admission educative type project that revolves around the story of a young guy who is a well-educated and well-mannered man.
The play will explore how a successful Black American faces racism in his life. The theater will also include some black friends of the lead role and some white people. The play has been written to educate the behavior of tolerance and justice in the American society. It includes some real life experiences as well.
The lead role will be a strong black guy who knows his boundaries to communicate and reflect back to the mockers. He will handle racism and prejudice in the best possible ways. The play will eventually lead to how a better and racism-free America looks like. Some real and sincere dialogue will reveal how different races can communicate with each other and cooperative in corporate and social sectors.
Details and candidate information
Currently, the casting crew is looking to fill 25 roles including 14 African-Americans and 11 Caucasians. It is an unpaid job and the location of theater is Atlanta Georgia. You will receive copy and credit for the production.
If you find yourself suitable for any of these roles then send the following requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- At least 2 pictures including one headshot
- Your full name
- Immediate contact information
- Experience videos if any
The last date of applying for this job is January 30, 2016. The auditions will be held on January 31st till February 5th. There is no limitation to your age, height, or weight so feel free to try your luck. It is a brilliant opportunity for experienced performers and beginners alsike, so if you have charisma and a love for live performance, don’t wait and apply now!
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