Art Museum Kiosk Videos

Job #1035

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Job # 1035 Art Museum Kiosk Videos

Posted Date
Jan 27, 2006 @ 12:57
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Feb 1, 2006
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Thank you all for submitting your demos for my previous request. This new posting for the art museum kiosk videos focuses on the female "quote reading" for the videos, which requires subtle voice acting. I'm looking for, ideally, one actor to read all three parts. Please feel free to submit a demo for any of the characters below. All middle-age unless noted. Due to the volume of responses, I can only consider talent that replies with a demo recording from this script below at this time. If you have replied to my previous posting with a demo that includes a "quote reading", no need to respond again unless you want to showcase other voices. I have posted a separate job for the male quotes.


Queen Victoria
English, regal; reserved but impressed:

“At 1700 we drove down from Osborne Castle with the ladies and gentlemen to the pier, where we got into the barge and then boarded the America, which had been brought round so that we might see her. She is extremely pretty.”

Louise Nourse
American abroad, 1890 recalling her experiences for newspaper readers:

“Country life is about the same all through this part of France, the peasants working hard in the fields during the day, and clustering together in their little hamlets at night. Everywhere we see the honest earning of one’s bread by the sweat of one’s brow; and it is always hand in hand man and woman, boy and girl.”

Mary Thayer
Pre-teen circa 1890’s New Hampshire:

"Sun. June 17th. Gerald and I took our dinner with us, and went into the pine woods, where we spent most of the morning and ate our dinner. On our way home through the woods we met... my papa, and Gladys. We walked about in the woods for a while gathering wild strawberries, and happened to go right to the place where the holes which Gerald and I had covered were; and my papa who was walking ahead carrying Gladys, fell right into the largest one – the one we covered first... But neither he nor Gladys were hurt at all."

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