Flier & More

I took the GRE in Lit exam. I actually finished the exam this time. I'm hoping that is a good thing. At the same time, I couldn't have done that well, since I felt like I guessed on about 120 questions.

If I got an average score, then I'll take it. I can't do much more than that at the moment. I've just been too busy.

People really need to proceed to get a PhD right from an undergraduate. It's a lot of work when you've got a family and bills to pay.

In any case, I am done. I finish doing the applications today. Hopefully, I don't run into any hiccups. I don't think I will. I just have to write a statement on teaching, but after that, I think I'll be golden.

So what's in the bag after Monday? I have a couple meetings, then I head off to Youngstown. I am going to spend a lot of time rehearsing our lead actors, securing locations, helping make artwork (for the film), furnishing the homes we rented, storyboarding the film, and doing a local casting in Youngstown.

There's more, but I am not going to think about it right now. Just one foot in front of the other. Baby steps. Dr. Leo Marvin!


Re: Local Auditions for Independent Film Feature, The Human War

Film Label: Sangha Films

Casting Date: November 12, 2009

Time: 11-3pm


Synopsis: On the eve of the Iraq War, teenager Mark Swift dreams of escape from the realities of his lower-class existence in Youngstown, Ohio, and the fear and bewilderment of a society at war.


Call for non-professional actors!! Everyone is welcome to audition for speaking and background roles!!

Audition Format:

Cold reading: Script "sides" will be provided to actors on arrival to the information booth. Interested individuals will have a short time to read their lines and prepare. Actors will read their role from the prepared script with a casting associate.

If interested in auditioning, please come to the YSU KILCAWLEY CENTER (THE STUDENT CENTER) between 11am-3pm on Thursday, November 12th.

Email: th@sanghafilms.com

Web: http://www.sanghafilms.com


Anonymous said...

I will miss you a lot while you are gone for the movie.

Pirooz M. Kalayeh said...

I will miss you too.

Anonymous said...

This sounds awesomely beyond the realm of awesomeness. Wow. It looks so hard and easy at the same time.

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