Twilight Child Productions are casting an actress with strong stage experience for a yet-untitled film project to be shot as a half-hour series pilot in the U.S., currently in development for a projected 2013 production date that combines live action with 2-D hand-drawn animation, and mixes genres. Project is for a family audience, with no explicit material, stressing morals and values, whose theme is how different cultures co-exist.
Please include a detailed message explaining what draws you to the role or project. Actress should exceed in physical comedy, as well as easily getting in touch with one's own inner child and deep imagination; this is both a physical and psychological role. All expenses for travel, lodging, etc. will be covered for whomever gets the role, regardless of location. A Skype interview can easily be arranged.
Traci is a university student, studying a generational family trade. She has an eternally cheerful, positive aura, 24 hours a day, and has no time for negative energy. She shuns unhealthy egos, and is not the least bit vain or pretentious. She has a passion for learning, and soaks information in like a sponge. Although not a neat freak by any stretch, she is a very clean person in many ways, and has excellent personal hygiene. She wears little makeup, adapting a "less-is-more" mantra, which helps the pocketbook stretch farther. She eats healthy whenever possible, touting an organic diet, although she admittedly has a large sweet tooth that tempts her often, so to keep it in check, she dangles it in front of herself like a carrot, using it as a reward for completing a particularly difficult project or task. Traci is an attractive woman, but to her, it's what's on the inside that counts much more. She's always been open-minded and slow to judge, and her sense of morals, ethics, and values keeps her grounded. Even though she prefers to gleefully walk around as if she is not aware of her own presence, she enjoys expressing her aura through her outer appearance; Traci is a very feminine girly-girl, and not a tomboy. She lives in an area where the weather is like Summer year-round. Traci's wardrobe consists of many different casual outfits: colorful T-shirts & tanktops, assorted pants, capri pants, or shorts, to name a few. She owns what she feels to be stylish versions of each article of clothing, combining colors in many ways to stand out, as she likes to feel like she has her own sense of personal style. She's certainly not trying to be like anyone else, or fit in with a crowd; Traci has always gone to the beat of her own drum. She does not own a car, and always walks to where she needs to go, which keeps her physically fit. A close friend from Traci's hometown mails friendship bracelets to her every blue moon to remind her of their bond of friendship; she wears her latest pair loosely around her left wrist and right ankle for good luck. Traci's favorite part of her body is her feet, since they naturally stand out expressively on their own, and as such she takes special care of them and enjoys showing them off every day in her thick black flip-flop sandals with strikingly bold-colored pedicures. She humorously always does her own because she's super-ticklish, as the last woman who tried got kicked in the head and narrowly avoided a hospital visit. She has to watch where she goes in public, because tall grass makes her bust out laughing every time, embarrassing her in social situations (she definitely avoids parks). Traci often has to be reminded that despite the seemingly-eternal Summer weather, time doesn't stand still. Even so, she can't be convinced to wear a watch. Her perspective is that she runs her clock; her clock does not run her. You could say that Traci's greatest strength and weakness is that she wears her heart on her sleeve. She doesn't speak every thought that enters her mind, but it is impossible for her to not express her feelings on her face at all times.