Third Thursday and Important Casting Info

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Third Thursday and Important Casting Info
Start: 09/18/2009 - 1:00am
End: 09/18/2009 - 4:30am

[1] Third Thursday

Feeling left out? Join other members at Hector’s on Henderson and find out what’s happening in the industry. Enjoy free valet parking and great appetizers. Mix business with pleasure.

When:
6-8:30 p.m., Thursday, September 17

Where: Hector's on Henderson
2929 Henderson Avenue (just east of I-75)
Dallas, TX  75206
(214) 821-0432


[2] Casting for Modified Low Budget - "The Cowgirl Chicks"

Seeking actors for the film, “The Cowgirl Chicks”. SAG actors will be paid under the terms of the Modified Low Budget Agreement.

Shooting Location: Ft. Worth area
Production Dates: end of October - mid November
Submit to: BelsheCasting@aol.com

Seeking actors able to portray:

Elaine Clayton – 40, pretty, burned-out.
Rollie – 40, Ida’s handsome father. He’s a rodeo clown.
Walker – 40, Ida’s mistaken father
Father Morgan – 30 – 60s, African/American. Seeking a name
Valerie – 35 – 45, Worried Mom, Ambiguous looking. Must have dark hair and eyes.
Dwight – 12 – 16, very ill, Ambiguous looking. Must have dark hair and eyes.
Joan – 50 – 60, pretty nurse, Caucasian
Grace – 45 – 55, Hispanic clerk
Sargeant Perkins – 50, Caucasian
Justin – 25, cowboy
Officer Flores – 30, Hispanic
Trudy/Rodeo Queen – 20
Dixie/Rodeo Queen – 20
Guy Winters – 40, Hispanic TV Executive

The Guild has been contacted by this production about becoming signatory to one of the Screen Actors Guild collective bargaining agreements. Please be advised that this producer may not have completed the signatory process at this time. It is the responsibility of each member to confirm that a producer has signed the applicable contract before rendering services. If you have any questions, please contact linda.dowell@sag.org.

[3] Get a Leg Up on Casting – 24/7

Dallas/Ft. Worth and Houston Branch members can now get up-to-the-minute information on Texas and regional castings. For our computer savvy members, go to Twitter.com and ask to join the TxSAGNetwork. This is a members-only site providing casting information and notices to members of SAG around the clock.

For those not so up to speed on social networking, take some time to read about Twitter and you’ll soon realize it is not too complicated to sign yourself up. You will be able to adjust your own settings to keep your information “private” if you choose, and you have the option to go online to read the TxSAGNetwork posts or to enable the mobile device feature to have casting information sent to your mobile device via text messages.

The Texas staff is excited to provide this opportunity to members and welcomes your feedback at ldowell@sag.org. Sign up, stay tuned, and break a leg!