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New World Radio

Synopsis: There are few remaining survivors on earth after the atmosphere changed, making the air un-breathable. These survivors are connected through a radio network. The remaining leaders on earth ask for regular check ins from the earth's remaining scientists and population to check on air quality. This has become a monotonous task for all including the comms officer Ray. As he struggles to find his place in this new society, he decides to put on a show to get interest and raise his value.

Character Breakdowns:

Male 40+: Stern, authoritative and Fed Up. Our antagonist gets
to belittle and berate other characters and comes from a
position of control.

Male 30-50: Northeastern accent.
Angry, snarky and smart. This scientist wont take crap from
anyone.

Female 25-35: Latin accent.
A love interest to our protagonist. Must be able to evoke
a range of emotion from a panicked concern to supportive
and friendly.

Male 35+: Indian accent. Think knowledgeable dad or
doctor type.

Male 30-45: Kenyan/South African accent.

Male/Female 25-45: British, Scottish or Welsh accent.
Anarchist, light everything on fire!

Male/Female 45+: Gullible/Walked on.

Male/Female 25+: Canadian/American accent.
Bookish, nerdy. A dork through and through.

Physical Role
Male: Frail “Last of Us” type, stunt experience a bonus.

All auditions will be held online.
Interested Actors will submit their interest via email. Please include characters you are interested in playing in the email.
Actors will then be sent sides to audition with and provide recordings to the production team.

Thank you all for your submissions.

Email
robotempirefilms@gmail.com

• Location: Dallas

• Post ID: 62389108 dallas
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