Casting Lead Role for Action/Adventure Feature Film
Casting a lead female actor for the action/adventure feature film, “The Stone Sisters in Quest of the Israelites”. Auditions will be held on April 1st-13th in Oakland County, MI.
Rachel and Julie Stone are world-renowned treasure seekers and protectors. Their late father taught them to fight for what is right and to protect history. However, this does not mean the girls get along. One is a fighter and independent, the other a beautiful brainiac with a sense of style. Lately it is becoming harder for them to work together. A mission from their old mentor forces them back together to find the sword of Joshua, leader of the Israelites. This mystery leads them on a quest to discover what really happened to their father and their own destinies. Filled with dangers, booby traps, mercenaries, and power struggles the Stone sisters must come together or perish.
- Julie “Jules” Stone (lead role): (Olive/tan skinned, brown hair, 5ft to 5ft 6in, 18-24 years old, dresses very fashionably) Jules is the brains of the family operation. She graduated from the University of Chicago with a graduate in archaeology and is widely regarded as one of the up and coming members in the field. Her work follows in her father’s footsteps of preserving historical artifacts and consulting museums around the world. She is super intelligent but when it comes to the regular world she is sometimes naïve. She loved seeing the world with her family, and immediately embraced the socialite lifestyle and all its perks. She is all about dressing fashionably and at times can be very girly. This frustrates her sister to no end. She often sides with her mother that Rae needs to find a man to tame her, but Jules also suffers her mother’s nagging since she has not had much more success in love than Rae.
Currently this is a non-paid role, but will give a hungry young actress with a lead role on her resume.
How to Apply:
To schedule an audition please email your headshot and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org