I auditioned for a short film at Collins College in Tempe and I got cast! Yes, it’s a student film but I couldn’t even get an audition for one in LA. Here comes another credit. I hope my luck gets better and I think it just might. I dropped off my picture reproductions at The Young Agency and the president will be getting in touch with me shortly. I really want to be officially signed and getting the good, paid auditions.
In the boring category, I’m under consideration for at least two positions through my staffing agencies. One of these is new and called me in to interview today. I didn’t want to make the list of staffing agencies 9, but what can I do? The official letters of reference are finally at that one school district so I can come in and fill out paperwork to be a substitute instructional assistant. I have gotten job offers for things that I don’t have the skills for. I also had an interview for a position that had already been filled. I just want to act, so why can’t I be one of the people who gets to do it for a living? Phoenix is on the top 11 list of cities making a comeback in regards to jobs and economic growth.
No further news yet on the production of my short film or the official release of The Rite of Exorcism. I’m glad that people are so nice here and they actually let me audition. I am auditioning for a paid film next Monday and have a student film audition on Friday and one on May 1. I am also scheduled to audition for the Phoenix Theatre and Southwest Shakespeare Company. I’ve got to nail those auditions.
I have a work assignment this Saturday assisting with a little girls’ dancing competition. My shift starts at 6am. That’s gonna hurt. Sounds interesting though. I wonder if I’ll meet any important industry people.
Feel free to contact me if you want to produce a project. I have a play, if you’re interested. Oh, I submitted The Go-Girls to the Arizona Theatre Company. I’ll have to see how that goes.