RESERVATION DOGS EPS. 302, 303, 304 (LOCAL ROLES)
Executive Producers: Taika Waititi, Sterlin Harjo, Garrett Basch
Producer: Kate Dean
Writers: Tazbah Rose Chavez (302), Sterlin Harjo (303), Erica Tremblay (304)
Casting Director: Chris Freihofer (location casting)
Audition Date(s): ASAP – SELF TAPE ONLY
Outside Dates: March 20th – June 9th, 2023
Location: Tulsa, OK area
Rate of Pay: SAG-AFTRA Television Scale ($1,082/DAY)
Mileage and hotel provided for actors living beyond 50 miles. Please indicate if the actor is based beyond 500 miles from Tulsa, OK.
We are committed to inclusive, diverse casting. For every role, please submit qualified performers, without regard to age, sex, ethnicity, disability, race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other basis protected by law unless otherwise specifically indicated.
The above-referenced offer of employment is expressly subject to and conditioned upon Performer taking a pre-employment COVID test provided by Producer and obtaining a negative result. If a negative result is not obtained or Performer does not take the provided COVID test, then Producer may, in its sole discretion, withdraw the offer of employment without any further obligation to Performer.
Performers are not required to learn or memorize lines in advance of their interview or audition.
Follows four Native teenagers in rural Oklahoma who spend their days committing crime … and fighting it.
BREAKDOWN OF ROLES
[WOMAN 1] 30 to 50 years old; all ethnicities; woman. She works the records desk at the Indian Health Services clinic, and she hands documents to a patient. 1 Scene, 2 lines. CO-STAR.
[KIOWA BOY] 13 to 15 years old; Indigenous; boy. MUST SPEAK KIOWA. Handcuffed to a bench in a detention room, he is inconsolable and scared. 1 Scene, 1 line. CO-STAR.
[WOMAN 2] 30 to 60 years old; white; woman. This kindly woman apologizes for taking a long time to wash her hands in the ladies room. 1 Scene, 1 line. CO-STAR.
[WAITRESS] 40 to 60 years old; all ethnicities; any gender. A career waitress in a small-town diner. She is kind, friendly, is good at her job, and her regulars love her. 2 Scenes, 9 lines. CO-STAR.
[COUNTER MAN] 30 to 50 years old; all ethnicities; man. He works the counter at a small-town diner. He is unable to help a customer with a request. 1 Scene, 1 line. CO-STAR.
[NUN 1] 40 to 60 years old; white; woman. This nun complains about the food, as well as the students, at her school. She is kind to her sisters, but is rather coarse with her students. 3 Scenes, 4 lines. CO-STAR.
[NUN 2] 30 to 50 years old; white; woman. This nun is not happy about the food at the convent, and even less happy about the students she teaches. 2 Scenes, 3 lines. CO-STAR.
[MAN 1] 30 to 50 years old; white; man. Holding a lantern, this man searches for a woman lost in the woods. He and his partner believe it is time to give up the search and head back. 1 Scene, 4 lines. CO-STAR
[MAN 2] 25 to 40 years old; white; man. Holding a lantern, this man searches for a woman lost in the woods. He and his partner believe it is time to give up the search and head back. 1 Scene, 4 lines. CO-STAR
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