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THE LAST RODEO; SAG-AFTRA Feature Film

THE LAST RODEO 

Feature Film

SAG-AFTRA Basic Agreement

Producers: Kip Konwiser, Jon Avnet, Ruve’ McDonough, Neal McDonough, Jeff Jani, Hal Lieberman

Director: Jon Avnet

Writers: Neal McDonough & Derek Presley, Jon Avnet

Casting Director: Chris Freihofer

Location: Oklahoma

Auditions: ASAP

Start Date: April, 2024 (5 Weeks)

Rate of Pay: Basic Agreement Scale ($1,158/day +10% agent commission)

CAST:

JOE CARTWRIGHT: NEAL McDONOUGH

CHARLIE WILLIAMS: MYKELTI WILLIAMSON

SPECIAL NOTE:

Please indicate if an actor is located beyond 500 miles of Tulsa, OK

BREAKDOWN OF ROLES

AGISA – Native American female, 50s. Charlie’s loving and attractive wife, and a longtime friend of Joe’s. She has packed sandwiches for Joe, and offers thanks for the kindness he showed Charlie when he needed it. 3 scenes, 7 lines, 1 speech.

DR MORRISON – 60s., male, any ethnicity. A trusted country doctor who runs a small-town clinic. He feels Cody may need to see a specialist. 1 scene, 2 lines, 3 speeches.

AIDE – Female, 20s-30s, any ethnicity. A  hospital receptionist who hands Joe and Sally a form to fill out in the busy waiting room. She later delivers some bad news about the insurance. 2 Scenes, 6 lines, 4 speeches.

MEDIC – Male, 30s-40s, any ethnicity. He rushes out to a bull rider and makes sure he is ok. Between rides, he continues to check on Joe, noticing his body might not be up to this abuse. 2 scenes, 15 lines, 3 speeches.

MARCO – Hispanic male, 20s-30s. A competing bull rider and one of Billy’s friends. He’s not happy that Joe is competing. 3 scenes, 5 lines.

YOUNG GIRL – Female, 20s, any ethnicity. She works the registration desk at the championship, and helps Joe sign in. 1 Scene, 4 lines

PILOT – Male, Mid 30s-50. A corporate private, telling his passengers they are on a weather hold and will be unable to take off until the weather clears. 2 scenes, 5 lines, 1 speech

BONNIE – Female, 40s-50s, any ethnicity. Co-owner and bartender of Bud’s Country Lounge. 2 scenes, 3 lines, 1 Speech.

DR. YARBROUGH – 50s, male or female, any ethnicity.  A big-city specialist who delivers bad news about Billy, to Joe and Sally. 1 scene, 7 lines.

REPORTER – Male or female, 20s-30s, any ethnicity. A rodeo reporter interviews Billy. 2 scenes, 3 speeches

OLD FARMER – Male, 60-80, any ethnicity. Joe has fixed his tractor, and feels Joe undercharged him. 1 Scene, 3 lines.

COWBOY – 30s, male, any ethnicity. He is clearly another bull rider, and Joe acknowledges him as he is stopped at a gas station for a fill-up. 1 scene, 3 lines.

COOPER DUKE – 30s,male, bald, any ethnicity. A bull rider in the locker room. He has heard Joe has shown up. 1 scene, 2 lines.

DAD – Male, 40s-50s, any ethnicity. Recognizes Joe at the rodeo arena and asks his son if he should ask for an autograph. 1 scene, 2 lines.

SON – Male, 12-16, any ethnicity. He Is impressed to see Joe Cartwright, but doesn’t want his dad to be a doofus. 1 scene, 2 lines.

VICKY – Female, 18-30, Caucasian. A barrel racer with long blonde hair, rides by Cody and tells him he had a nice ride. MUST BE ABLE TO RIDE A HORSE. 1 Scene, 1 line.

UMPIRE – Male, 30-50, any ethnicity. A little league umpire. He calls a strike on young Cody. 1 scene 1 line.

RYAN – Male, 20-35, any ethnicity. A cowboy working the bull in the pen. He hears the music playing and can’t believe what’s coming next. 1 scene, 1 line.

WOMAN – Female, 30-45, any ethnicity. Wants a selfie with Joe, grabs one, then kisses his cheek. 1 line, 1 scene.

JUDGE – Male, 45-60, any ethnicity. He isn’t thrilled Joe pleads for a re-ride, and asks to be left alone.

TO SUBMIT FOR THIS PROJECT:

READ AND FOLLOW THE SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS VERY CAREFULLY.

Failure to follow the instructions will likely result in your submission being lost, mis-filed or accidentally deleted.

– Email a headshot and resume or any acting experience to the casting office. 

– Include all contact information including:

-NAME

-PHONE NUMBER

-EMAIL ADDRESS

-CITY/STATE of residence

-Make the subject heading of your email: TLR – (Name of Role) Example: TLR – Aide

-Send the email to  submit.freihofercasting@gmail.com

(If you do not send to the email address listed, your submission WILL NOT BE SEEN.)

-If you are selected to audition for the project, you will be contacted by email. Check emails regularly.

– NO PHONE CALLS

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