Dungeons and Dragons powered by 3D Printing

#3printing #tabletopgames #paintingwarhamme #warhammercommunity #hobby #miniature Is resin printing worth your money? I take a look at the Creality Halot One resin printer to see if you should drop a moderate …

Cooking tips on making the best gravy

#cookingshows #cooking #foodies #kitchenaids #kitchengagets #howtocook In this video created by Ovente Housewares featuring Chef Penny Davidi, she teaches us some awesome gravy making tips using all Ovente appliances. Chef Penny …

Cinematically themed Ambient Mix

#music #ambientmusic #studymusic #sleepmusic #Cinematicmusic #lo-fi Relaxing Ambient Music with a movie like tone, Welcome to the Dead Fields. Relax within the rolling hills of blood daisies and stare up into …

audition fails – an actors life

An actor’s life can be very hard. Auditions, rejections, wins and many many losses. This casting office in Melbourne, Australia holds numerous auditions a day, with many hopeful actors coming through the doors every day. When the head casting director and director put a casting out for a commercial for a new flavoured water, Karen submits her resume and gets an audition. 

Karen has been plugging away as an actress for a few years and secured a few very minor roles. She everything crossed that she will nail this commercial casting.

The Director has a vision for this new commercial – the successful actress must be able to fully commit to the role, aka turning herself into a fish and fighting off a shark whilst flapping on the floor. No backing out now. Karen is up for the challenge and at the end of the audition is pretty happy with herself. However the Casting Director and Director aren’t sure she committed enough. Will she get her break?

This sketch comedy, the third episode of The Casting Couch comedy web series will have directors, producers, casting directors and any poor acting’s soul laughing out loud at how close this comes to the reality of showbiz in the entertainment industry.



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Why ask?