Open auditions for Shakespeare adaptation, “Last of a Dying Breed”

Auditions for my latest film “Last of a Dying Breed” a modern-day adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, will be held on March 19, 2015 at the USC School of Cinematic Arts from 3-7pm.

The film shoots in Southern California over the next two weeks.  If interested in auditioning, contact my staff through the contact page.

Here’s what we’re looking for:

40-50 year old.
Built an auto body paint empire out of nothing.  An honest man who believes in hard work and integrity.  Role is perfect for anyone who believes and understands the American dream.
25-30 year old.
Has been working at Caesar’s shop since he was 18.  He is Caesar’s right hand man and feels that he is qualified to run the shop more than anyone else.  It has always been Bruce’s dream to own his own shop and be in control of his own destiny.  He is well-spoken and articulate.
18-25 year old.
Caz is more loyal to bruce than to Caesar who he sees as condescending and separated by a generational gap.  Caz commits to helping Bruce because he believes in his vision for the future and eventually wants to become partners in shop ownership with him.