CASTING NOTICEUnder the Spell Productions, Inc., is accepting video audition submissions, and headshot/resumes for several roles in its upcoming D.C. Black Theater Fest presentation: It Goes Unsaid.ABOUT THE SHOWIt Goes Unsaid is a blend of drama, film, photography, spoken word and movement exploring six different contemporary characters struggling with self-hatred and the "color complex" in the African-American community.The show is inspired by various recent milestones in black culture and society, including the rise of President Barack Obama and the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.The University of California, Los Angeles, commissioned It Goes Unsaid to premiere in UCLA's 2006 Raw Performing Arts Series. Following the premiere, the show has been presented in Harlem, NY (co-produced by Bryan E. Glover), and London, United Kingdom at the Institute of Contemporary Arts.THE ROLESThis is a non-union production with some pay.Rehearsal and Performance Dates are TBD, primarily in the month of June.At this time, we are currently accepting submissions for the following roles:NICOLE FOXX - a fair-skinned model on the verge of a nervous breakdown.RYDELL CASTILLO - an up and coming Black/Latino hip-hop star alienated by his sudden fame.KEVIN THOMPSON - an aspiring local politician struggling to hold his ideals.J.T. THOMPSON - A seasoned entertainment exec, struggling to control his professional dreams.We are also accepting resumes for General Manager and Stage Manager positions.
Interested theater professionals should contact firstname.lastname@example.org with “SIDE REQUEST [Character Name]” in the subject line. AND SUBMIT HEADSHOT AND RESUME Example: “Side Request Nicole Foxx.”
We will accept submissions through .ABOUT THE COMPANYIn 2015, Under the Spell Productions, Inc., celebrates its 10th anniversary as a dramatic production company dedicated to developing and producing a variety of new and proven works, with a commitment to providing main stage opportunities for diverse artists as well as engaging nontraditional audience communities.The company was co-founded in 2005 by Teresa Michelle Lasley and Rhonney Greene, both natives of the greater D.C. / Maryland metropolitan area. Since it’s founding, the company has produced work in various venues in NYC, as well as in Los Angeles and the United Kingdom. The company’s web-series – She’s Out Of Order – was an official selection for the 2015 Los Angeles Web Series Festival, taking home an award in the Outstanding Guest Actress category.It Goes Unsaid will be Under the Spell’s second D.C. Black Theatre Fest production, following their success with Lauren Cooper’s roughdraftofmylife in 2012.Under the Spell Productions, Inc., is a federally incorporated 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit organization.