The opening title card for Season 1 Episode 2 of The Ghost Sniffers, a web based show that features kids with disabilities, portrayed as having super abilities. The show will be conducting an open casting call on March 23 at the High Point Library at 1:30 pm. No previous acting experience is necessary.
'Ghost Sniffers' will hold West Seattle auditions for web based show
What if disabilities weren't something limiting but instead gave people super abilities? That's the premise behind an internet based show called Ghost Sniffers which is about to go into its second season of thirty-minute episodes. Calling it a “television show on the web” the producers are holding an open casting call for new young heroes at 1:30pm at the High Point Branch of the Seattle Public Library at 3411 S.W. Raymond Street on Sunday, March 23, 2014.
Begun in 2012, the show is run by a Washington State registered charity and nonprofit company staffed entirely by volunteers. On the show, Washington State kids with real-life disabilities or medical conditions — like Autism, Osteogenesis Imperfecta, Down Syndrome, and Type 1 Diabetes — discover they have super abilities as a trade off. Together, they face wacky and witty creatures and try to prove whether reports of paranormal activity are real or ridiculous.
The show is looking for young people who appear between the ages of eight and eighteen. Previous acting experience is not required. Any build, race, physical ability or gender is welcome but children must live with a real-life disability or medical condition and be prepared to talk about how their condition influences their day to day life.
Auditions begin at 1:30pm at the High Point Branch of the Seattle Public Library at 3411 SW Raymond Street on Sunday, March 23, 2014. No headshot or resume required. Actors will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis from 1:30 to 4:00pm only.
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