These are unpaid roles for credit only, in a free podcast production.
Record your best takes for all lines and save them in one .mp3 file. Please do not clean or otherwise process your recordings.
Please name your files like so: CHARACTERNAME_YOURNAME.mp3.
If you audition for more than one character (which is totally awesome and welcome) please include them ALL in ONE in one .zip file.
Sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for auditions is **WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15th!!!**
Narrator (30s to 70s)
Your typical commercial announcer. Pretty over the top. Think 40s or 50s commercials.
Line 1: A quick tooth-brushing with SmileBrite teeth-cleaning gear will wake up those tired smile muscles! It’s easy! Just open the box.
Line 2: The patented SmileBrite tongue massager relaxes and invigorates your mouth, getting it ready for a full day of smiling.
Guy (20s to 40s)
Guy is your average guy. He likes sleep and trying new things. Play around with this character. He should be fun to play.
Line 1: GAAAHHH! Oh, God! I think my fillings are falling out!
Line 2: Rubber baby buggy bumpers. Hey, I did it! You know I normally mess that up. I’m not very good at tongue twisters.
Line 3 (Trying to figure out a contraption he’s been given): Right! Okay. Just let me...I got it!I think. No, wait. That’s not right. I think it’s on backwards.
Old man: (late 60s to 80s)
This guys doesn’t take any crap. He’s stubborn and his way is the only way.
Line 1: Huh? Start walking? I just sat down! Oh! Talking! Right. … Hello. My name is Alejandro, and, as you can see, I suffer from Chronic Resting Bitch Face Syndrome. This condition, which affects millions of Americans, can cause a great deal of what I call “butthurt” for many-- What? I can’t say butthurt? Hey, can we start again? What? My wife? I dunno. She’s around somewhere. Do you need me to-- Oh! We're live! Right.
Amelia (late 20s to 30s)
Amelia is new in the neighborhood. She’s originally from the city, but since then, it got too stressful. She’s a busy woman, with almost no time for anything but her pets.
Line 1: The city. It had a lot to offer, but it became way too stressful. That's why I came here. The shady lanes, all the trees. It looks so relaxing.
Line 2: Thank you. Sorry I haven't been around to introduce myself. Moving in has taken some time.
Line 3: No, Quinoa is my parakeet and Boris is my Chihuahua.
Vi (late 20s to 40s)
Vi is a very smart and analytical person. She loves figuring things out with math, and likes to help other people.
Line 1: Don't mind me. I'm a mathematician. I'm just crazy about numbers. I can't get enough of those logic puzzles. They're so fun, aren't they?
Line 2: It will take them thirty minutes to get here, you know. If the gas intensifies at fifty percent per minute, and ignites once it reaches a density of ninety pounds per cubic foot, will they arrive before your house blows up? Just kidding!