Out Of It (Working Title) - Non-Union Actors for Table Read of New Web Series

Out Of It (Working Title) - Non-Union Actors for Table Read of New Web Series

CATEGORY: Performer

MCardenas Media
New York, NY 10031


Matt Cárdenas

Job Details


OUT OF IT (Working Title)
READING of Mini Web Series (5 Episodes)

Matt Cárdenas, Producer
Brooke Bauersfeld, Producer
Tricia O'Toole, Casting Director  

Seeking actors to participate in a table reading of a 5 episode mini web series, with the potential to move forward into production (Spring/Summer 2019)  

Auditions: Saturday, April 6th
Table Reading: Saturday, April 20th



Synopsis: Sarah is happy in her relationship in almost every way. Trent is funny, hot, with a great job and a nice family, but Sarah finds herself wanting more in the bedroom aspect. After a particularly boring "encounter", Trent makes a proposition that Sarah greets with a challenge both to him and the future of their sex life. But of course before the challenge can be accepted, Sarah must seek advice from her gays and her girls,  and Trent from his bros.   

Sarah*: 20s, white, former valley girl turned legal assistant in Manhattan. Sarah has always been self-sufficient and grounded, but faced with new challenges, her anxieties reveal themselves.  

Trent*: 20s, white, Ex hockey player, overall good guy, somewhat insecure but endearing. Clean cut finance guy, but not a frat star type.  

Sammy: 20s, gay, any ethnicity. Sassy with good intentions, newest member of the group of gays. He's the gay who is always at the gym, confident, circuit party type. It might be easy to make some shallow conclusions about Sammy, but there's a lot more to him than meets the eye.   

Tyler: 20s, gay, any ethnicity. Bold, blunt, loves hearing himself, closest to Sarah, never approved of Trent. Totally self-taught, but underneath it all craves the confidence of his peers.   

Calvin: 20s, gay, African American. Very intelligent, "practical" and a little softer than the rest of the gays in the group, but this doesn't necessarily mean more innocent or inexperienced.  

Marissa: 20s, latina, Bronx born and raised, in her mind her word is gospel. High energy and comedic chops a must. Spanish speaking a plus, but not required. 

20s, any ethnicity. Sassy, blunt, the party girl who is somehow always on time to work.  

Steph: 20s, white. Oblivious but not dumb, craves the spotlight, the oldest of the group she thinks she's the wisest, introduced Trent and Sarah. The yuppiest of the bunch.   

Mike: Late 20s, white. He's *that* finance bro. Stuytown, coke, former frat star, enough said.  

Joe: 20s, African American. Good with the ladies, though no one knows how, oblivious, funny, the Mr Obvious of the bros.  

EJ: Early 20s, Asian or latino, thinks he's a huge hit with the ladies, but he's sadly mistaken, funny, stoner, unintentionally insightful.      

*Potential partial nudity required for Trent & Sarah in final production post table read


April 6, 2019 -



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