Starcolt are currently looking for voice talent for our upcoming game HLS (full name not announced) and are sending out a casting call for interested actors to audition for the following roles.
- These are paid roles. As such, please include your rates in your submission email, as well as whether you are a union member or non-union member.
- You can audition for multiple roles, but please submit the correct demos. Please link to your demos with a hosted link (Google Drive, Dropbox) rather than emailing us the raw files.
- Please include your website and other reels, if you have them.
- This casting call is open until February 3rd, 2021 at 9:00AM NZST.
- Please make sure your submission is of good audio quality.
- Please also only submit if you are available for recording April – May 2021.
- As always, diverse applicants are encouraged to apply.
- Send all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org with the demo number in the subject (e.g. DEMO 1 & DEMO 4), and don’t hesitate to DM us on Twitter (@starcolthq) if you have any questions at all!
DEMO 1 – feminine, late 20’s, Scottish accent (ideally city – for instance, Edinburgh) – impulsive, tired, strongwilled, weathered
1. (impressed) “Aye, that’s a big catch, that one.”
2. (worried) “The shadows on the waves… they grow long and fierce.”
3. (frustrated) “C’mere, you bastard.”
4. (tired) “Day in, day out, toiling for naught… time to head to the wharf again.”
DEMO 2 – masculine, late 30’s – early 40’s, Scandinavian accent – gruff, wise, suspicious
1. (sympathetic) “You seem tired. Long day on the water?”
2. (intrigued) “What do you have for me today?”
3. (smug) “A woman’s heart is a deep ocean of secrets.”
4. (matter-of-fact) “Some go to church and think about fishing, others… well, you know the rest.”
DEMO 3 – masculine voice, any adult age, ideally Northern Scottish accent – working class (feel free to experiment with tone/character)
1. (suspicious) “I don’t ken your face… you’re not from around here, are you?”
2. (concerned) “Aye, looks a bit heavy. Do you need a hand with that?”
3. (disbelieving) “You’re off your head, lass.”
4. (interested) “What’s the craic, love?”
DEMO 4 – feminine voice, any adult age, ideally Northern Scottish accent – working class (feel free to experiment with tone/character)
1. (disapproving) “It ain’t proper, a lady like yourself.”
2. (concerned) “Are your bairns keeping well?”
3. (judging) “All that hard work… you’ll ruin your soft hands, you will.”
4. (interested) “How are you fitting in here?”