A couple of weeks ago, I heard about this site called CastingCallClub.com from a friend and eventually I got around to checking it out. It's a place where creators can link up with talent. There's a few paid gigs and lots of unpaid gigs.
I figured it was worth trying, so I decided to start by auditioning for a few roles. I think I sent in about 6 auditions last weekend. So far I haven't heard back from any of them, but I'm really OK with that. Most of the parts had at least 20 (and often way more) applicants.
Well, I thought that if the site wasn't going to awaken some new voice acting hobby of my own, it might well prove to be a good way to find talent for TOTM. So, about an hour ago, I posted a couple of small roles. My hope is that roles which are too small to offer to friends, colleagues and listeners (maybe they are just 2 or 3 lines long) could be filled by other willing volunteers.
If I get any kind of result, I'll blog about it here in the next couple of months. If nobody auditions... well, no harm done.
I would love to do a voice part for your podcast/radio drama. I found that casting call club is not easily searchable. Are you listed there as tale of the manticore?ReplyDelete
I'm listed there as Tale of the Manticore, but I just posted my firsts 2 roles and I don't even know if it published correctly. If you'd like to do a voice, let me know what your accent is and if you have access to a decent mic (or a phone and a quiet space to record). Get in touch by email: email@example.com an we'll take it from there. Oh, and thanks!ReplyDelete
Awesome. Good luck and I hope you find some people. It's such a great show!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Russ. We'll see. (If not, there's nothing lost, anyway.)ReplyDelete
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Thanks for your comment. I'm always happy to put in some research if it might help the show... this one didn't pan out, but I'll keep on trying.ReplyDelete