I signed up for this email list back when they were casting The Force Awakens and just got this in my inbox, holy shit
“Michael Hallowell (Recurring Guest Star): 18 or 19 years old, to play 16. Seen by others as a girl, but in transition to becoming a young man. He is extremely talented and one of the best singers in the school.
Please submit transgender actors. Please submit all ethnicities. Must be able to sing.
info from link: Submission Deadline: March 3rd, 3:00pm EST
Pilot shoots in NY: March 20th - April 7th, 2017
Dates Needed: March 8th - April 7th 2017
Series shoots in New York City”
if any aspiring actors can put together an audition video in the next eight hours here ya go
~ Military Diploma.
Date: March 7th A(d) D(ies) NON(as) MART(ias) of 70 AD, the year of the second consulate of Vespasian: IMP(erator) VESPASIANVS CAESAR AVGVST(us) TRIBVNIC(ia) POTEST(ate) CO(n)S(ul) II.
“Remember when you called us Danosaurs?” Nope, I don’t. Repressed that. Don’t recall that. Not familiar with that. That’s in a box under the stairs in my brain in a cupboard and the cupboard’s locked and I live in a different house now.
Hey guys! In celebration of our return from hiatus, we are doing an official Tumblr answer time with most of the cast and crew. We are so excited to talk to you all about Season 3, our recent trip to Emerald City Comic Con, and anything else you want to know!
Tuesday, March 7th @ 12PM PST/3PM EST
Lauren Shippen (Creator/Writer/Voice of Sam) Julia Morizawa (Voice of Dr. Bright) Briggon Snow (Voice of Caleb) Alex Gallner (Voice of Adam) Anna Lore (Voice of Chloe) Charlie Ian (Voice of Damien) Ian McQuown (Voice of Agent Green) Alex Marshall-Brown (Voice of Wadsworth) Mischa Stanton (Sound Producer) Evan Cunningham (Composer)
When the 7th comes around, make sure to head to our ask box and get your questions answered! And feel free to ask Qs to specific members of the team!
Let us hope there is a wave of young women running for office in
America, and let’s be sure we support them in every way we can. Let’s help them shatter stereotypes and lift each
other up. They are the history-makers, the glass-ceiling breakers of
tomorrow. They are among the reasons I am so optimistic about our
future. Women are both smart enough and good enough to be considered for
anything they choose to pursue. … We have to teach every girl that she
is valuable, powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity to
pursue and achieve her own dreams. If we are serious about
building a better, stronger and fairer America, we need to be serious
about supporting and nurturing our girls. Our country can only fulfill
its potential when every single child — particularly, every girl — can
fulfill hers. - Hillary Rodham Clinton at the Girls Inc. luncheon (7th March, 2017)