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Black Male ACTORS wanted for WEEKLY Radio Drama Soap Opera
We want to create a pool of performers from which the cast of each episode can be drawn from.
The series www.492kornaklub.com explores the themes of family, community and social and political injustices.
We reward you with copies of your episodic broadcasts and FREE Radio Acting TRAINING as well being part of an innovative exciting project where you can develop and enhance your performance skills working alongside industry professionals.
LIVE Performances on the radio are always every Friday between 4.00pm – 6.00pm in Queens Road Peckham SE15 South London.
PLEASE DO NOT APPLY IF YOU ARE NOT AVAILABLE for the live performances on the radio
To be involved in the project, you will need to attend the "Meet & Greet" Workshop on Sunday 16 July 11.00am - 3.30pm 5th Floor (Green Side) Royal Festival Hall South Bank Centre Waterloo in London SE1 8XX
The Meet & Greet workshop is design to:
• Get to know your skills and abilities
• Select performers who like the project and want to work with us
• Build a pool of performers we can draw on for future episodes
• Create characters for the series
• Introduce you to the company’s conventions formats, patterns and styles needed for Live Dramatic Improvisations on air
Principals guiding our work:
Dramatic improvisation is a big house and lots of different things go on in there. The work we do is outside comedic improvisation. There will be certain conventions that we will use in this project that you need to be familiar with. We focus on a set of basic skills or aptitudes within improvisation for example Tension, Focus and Attitude
For further information contact Tony Cealy 07956 877358 email@example.com
This is a Radio of the Oppressed project.
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Carl ProctorRole Description
Carl Proctor Centre Manager 43, longest employed member at the centre; a distant cousin of the Henrys. He’s constantly rushing around trying to get meetings with charities and local authority to raise more money. Carl is not working in his chosen profession; his hope of becoming a professional footballer was short lived when he was badly injured in a motorcycle accident which killed his best friend and left him with severe injuries to his legs. He’s married with two children. He coaches the under 12s football team at the centre during the weekends and is accountable to report to the trustees each month. He has recently been diagnosed with high blood pressure and has been advised by his doctor to lose weight.
- Playing age:
- 25 to 90
- 25 June 2017
- Closing date:
- 15 September 2017