Cicada - Multiple Characters Needed

Job #10292

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Job # 10292 Cicada - Multiple Characters Needed

Posted Date
Oct 21, 2008 @ 02:45
Respond By
Dec 1, 2008
Word Count
0
Budget
$100
Language
English (North American)
Gender
Both
Age Range
-
Category
Cartoons

Job Description

Note from Voices.com on Nov 21- Client has selected and paid for one talent via the SurePay system thus far. Thank you.


Script available in attachment by clicking the Download link. You will need to download the script if creating a custom demo.

Please note you are not expected to read the entire script. It is provided so that you know what the project entails and are able to quote accurately.

Hi all,

I'm looking for a few distinct voices for a couple of short lines. I'm working on an independent animated short. The film is very light on dialogue, but I do have a handful of lines from about three characters.

Although I am working on a cartoon, I want to treat it as any other type of film.This means the voices I'm looking for should lean away from the over-the-top exaggerated voices, and more towards a subtle precise tone. (Basically, pretend its not really a cartoon)

The roles I'm casting for are:

Sara, 60-70 aged southern farmwife, hardened by loss, but confidant and determined
2 lines

The General, 50, southern civil war general, polite with southern hospitality, but also able to command his troops without compassion.
3 or 4 lines

Soldier, 15-20 young, also southern accent, caught in a war, in over his head, anxious and nervous.
1 line

All I have now is concept work and screenplay. I need the all-important lines recorded to animate to, but if it will help, I will be able to send sketches and models of the characters.

Timeframe is not important. It may take me a while to have everything ready over here, so please don't hesitate to audition if your schedule is looking full. I'm more than happy to wait for the best time for you.
I'll post a sample page of the screenplay with some of the dialogue if you want to read from that.

Feel free to send me an email if you have any questions, and I look forward to working with you!

Thanks,
Rob Ludacer

also, I realize i didn't post that much in the way of lines, and this is the bulk of it, so you can get an idea how dialogue-light the finished product is. Please feel free to make up some, or read from something else entirely if you want to have a little more to work with. It helps me hear your voice too.

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