Chicago talent Tom Krettler and Megan Anderson were requested for a Davis Street Fishmarket Commercial contest. Located in downtown Evanston in the historic original administration building of Northwestern University, Davis Street Fishmarket has been the Chicago area's number one seafood restaurant since 1985.
Fresh fish and shellfish are flown in every day from all three coasts to create imaginative and authentic seasonal daily specials. Or, choose to have your favorite fresh fish prepared anyway you like. Their busy Raw Bar boasts up to 15 varieties of seasonal oysters as well as clams, freshly cracked crabs, shrimp, and many other items for their customer's choosing. Not just known for their amazing seafood, they serve tender, delicious steaks, wonderful chicken, rib, and vegetarian special every day. The restaurant boats a comfortable and dynamic environment, with genuine hospitality, and absolutely terrific food. They strive to be the very best at what they do. Come in and see why they've been a favorite gathering place for friends and family to enjoy great food, drink and company for nearly 30 years. They always have something special going at Davis Street Fishmarket such as different events.
Tom has been a talent with us since August of last year. The improve comedic actor is not so new to the industry. In television he has appeared in Delusions of Grandeur (Sitcom released October 2012) , he played the Chairman of the Board for a Corporation. He was also in two commercials. Tom performed in two political ads for the Illinois Association of REALTORS (IAR). You can see both of them currently online. One of the commercials Tom was a primary character interview with multiple appearances and in the second ad he took part in the "man on the street" interview. Tom has also taken part in some theater work. In 2012 he took part in improvisation for levels 4B & 5B Training Sessions as well as doing Group & Two Person Scenes with 10 Cast Members at the iO Improv Theater and Training Center in Chicago!
Megan became a talent with us at the beginning of this year. She has been requested for several auditions. She has also booked The Steve Harvey Show for a segment "Ask Steve" which airs on NBC. She took part in the 2013 America's Beauty Show as a hair model for Schwartzkopf Professionals as well as taken part in stock video clips. She played a business associate for Burlingham Productions.
This particular commercial is being done for a contest. If any of our talent are booked for the upcoming project, the talent will receive credit and copy. If the commercial wins, the team will split the winnings and have their commercial aired on TV. This is a great opportunity for both Tom and Megan. Good luck to them both!
25 of our Los Angeles talent were requested to audition for Corazonas Foods.
Corazonas was founded in 2005 by Ramona Cappello after she lost her father and both grandfathers to heart disease. Like Ramona, many of us have watched family and friends give up their favorite foods in an attempt to manage cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart disease.That's why they created Corazonas, they want everyone to have the Freedom to Snack.
Corazonas mission is to ensure that everyone living with high cholesterol has access to great-tasting snacks with proven benefits for the heart. We strive every day to create delicious snacks that combine heart-healthy ingredients with amazing taste.That's where plant sterols come in. Using a patented process, they infuse their Oatmeal Squares and Tortilla Chips with natural plant sterols. In more than 140 studies, these organic compounds found in fruits and vegetables have been shown to reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol levels by up to 15 percent! Many people are forced to give up the foods they love when they discover a cholesterol problem. But thanks to their patented process, Corazonas snacks give you the power to enjoy the foods you love again while lowering LDL (bad) cholesterol. If you consume at least 0.4 grams of plant sterols twice per day (for a total amount equal to two 1-oz. servings of all-natural Corazonas Tortilla Chips or one Corazonas Oatmeal Square) as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, you can watch your cholesterol go down.
The company is partnered up with Corowise, Womenheart, Hope Heart Institute, Camp Del Corazon and Cardiovascular Disease Foundation. Corowise is a recent innovation by Cargill, they are a leading brand of plant sterols. WomenHeart champions prevention and early detection, accurate diagnosis and proper treatment of women's heart disease. Hope Heart Institute is the non-profit Hope Heart Institute has a 50-year history of revolutionary medical advances and educational curriculums that make heart disease - America's #1 cause of death - more treatable, beatable, and preventable. Camp Del Corazon is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing programs for the families and children who are living with heart disease and the Cardiovascular Disease Foundation promotes cardiovascular health through prevention, research, and education.
The talent will be auditioning for their upcoming commercial. If any of our talent are chosen for the commercial shoot, they will be paid a flat rate. The commercial is set to shoot for one day.
Los Angeles talent Mallory Singh was requested to audition for the film "I'll Meet You Back Then".
The film is about Merlin, who has sacrificed his tomorrows to live backward, hoping to someday arrive at the day when he first met his wife, in order to save her from ever having met him in the first place, from dying as a result of his neglect. Every day that takes him one step closer to then teaches him a thing or two about being a better man, a better husband.
The film takes place on a day like any other, Merlin is busy expanding his business, as usual. From home, he calls Ashlyn, his wife, to remind her that they are running late to meet an important client. Unfortunately, her temporary memory loss has somewhat frozen her to the spot in the gym locker room, and she fears leaving on her own. Merlin is sympathetic at first, but when he goes to help his wife and witnesses an encounter between her and the gym coach he assumes his wife has been cheating with, he loses his temper. Instead of taking Ashlyn to the doctor to see about her memory loss problem that has her babbling incoherently and nearly paralyzed and confused at times, Merlin storms out and goes to the meet the client by himself.
The meeting goes well for Merlin. The client has always been interested in an antique: a pocket-watch that moves counterclockwise. The seller, Mia, claims it is the only one of its kind in the world, but when Merlin calls bluff and proves that he owns an identical watch, he catches the attention of someone he's been trying to track down. Merlin returns home feeling satisfied with his efforts, only to find his wife unconscious, lying on the kitchen floor. He finally takes her to the hospital, but his efforts to help her are too little too late, for she dies there. Because of his argument with his wife in public about her gym coach, the police suspect foul play on his part, particularly because he neglected her when she was in dire and obvious need of medical care. Merlin argues with the police, and the situation gets out of hand, resulting in him being shot by the police officer and running away. While he is on the run, Merlin meets a homeless man who helps him hide from the police. To thank the homeless man and as a temporary escape from his own pain and misfortune, Merlin buys a large quantity of alcohol and goes on a drinking binge with his new vagrant friend. Drunk out of his wits, he somehow manages to find his way to the hotel where Mia, the watch-seller, is staying. He had his reasons for seeking her out, as he'd heard a rumor that the one selling the pocketwatch was a Time Loaner. Drunk, on the run, heartbroken, and overcome with guilt for what happened to his wife, he begs Mia to help him turn back time. She refuses at first but changes her mind when the man expresses his regret for neglecting his wife. Mia and Merlin make a deal, but Merlin is too drunk to remember the details. Merlin wakes up from his drunken stupor to find his wife sound asleep by his side. He checks the kitchen where he'd found her unconscious and realizes he must have dreamt the whole sordid ordeal. He makes breakfast for Ashlyn for the first time in his life, but the next day, he finds out that Ashlyn does not remember him cooking for her. After a series of incidents and odd, confusing happenings, Merlin finally realizes that he is moving backward through time, always living yesterday. The next day, the same thing happens; his life is going backward, day by day, and he knows the Time Loaner has kept her end of the strange bargain. The process of undoing all the life he has lived is painful and frustrating. He finally reaches the first day when he and Ashlyn met. According to the drunken deal he made with Mia, now that he has rewound time till before he met his wife, he will spare her from ever meeting him and dying because of his neglect. As soon as he willingly hands over all of his memory about the future years to Mia, the deal will be concluded, and he will be able to live normally, all over again. Merlin regrets the deal, though, for he wants to remember everything that has happened. The consequence for breaking the contract he made with the Time Loaner is simple: He must keep living backward.
Before Ashlyn and Merlin met during Ashlyn's studies abroad in China, she lived in the United States. When he is twenty-two again, living in China, there is no way Merlin can ever see Ashlyn again because of the distance. His days feel pointless, purposeless, until he realizes that even though nothing he does accumulates to a tomorrow, there are still meaningful things he can do. Merlin decides to live in the moment, making people smile. One day, an air ticket agent mentions to Merlin that there exists an international date line between the U.S. and China. He realized that when people cross the line at exactly twelve midnight, they technically travel back one day, which was quite similar to Merlin's own situation. Hoping to take advantage of this crack in time, so as to gain a continuous forty-eight-hour period, Merlin hijacks a plane and asks the pilot to cross the date line at exactly midnight. He has little luck at this but then simply tries again and again and again. After dozens of attempts, he finally meets Ashlyn again. As far as Ashlyn knows, it is the first time she has ever met him. The weird boy tells her of the life they've already shared in his history, and he begs her forgiveness. Ashlyn likes him and asks him to go back to normal time so they can meet again.
The film will be partly shot in Shanghai, although the role Mallory will be auditioning for will only be filming in Los Angeles. If she is booked for the film, she will shoot at the end of this month. Mallory has only been a talent with us since March. She is new to the industry. Good luck Mallory, we hope you book the role!
Los Angeles talent Mckayla Salceda was requested for a tapping of the Hub's "Family Game Night".
Emmy Award-winning host, Todd Newton, is the guide during this hour of action, strategy, and teamwork. Featuring classic game night games, only bigger, better, and more exciting! Watch weekly as families come together to compete for points, prizes and a chance to make a withdrawal from the Crazy Cash ATM machine!
For the first two seasons, the TV show featured two families of four competing for cash and prizes. Each family consisted of the mother, the father, and two children aged 8 to 18. Teams are usually named for the younger of the two kids (i.e. Willie's Family or Suzie's Family).
Teams earned "Monopoly Crazy Cash Cards" by playing the various games, normally five of them in each episode. Whenever a family won a game, the youngest child was allowed to select a Monopoly Crazy Cash Card from a rack located at the "Crazy Cash Corner" on the far left of the stage. The rack initially held 21 different cards, each depicting one of the tokens used in either the original "Monopoly" board game or the "Monopoly: Here And Now Edition" board game. Each card held a different randomized amount of money, which was revealed at the end of the show. Most of the cards were valued between $200-$995 in $5 increments, although at least one card held a four-figure amount (usually between $1,000-$7,000) and one card was the "Top Cash Card" worth between $7,500-$25,000. In addition to the Cash Card, a family that won a game also received a special bonus prize which they kept regardless of the final outcome of the show. In the first season of the show, this prize was simply revealed by host Newton, but in the second season, each bonus prize was a "Monopoly Party Prize" revealed by announcer Burton. At the end of the show, both families took their accumulated cards to the "Crazy Cash Machine". Each card was placed into the Machine, revealing its value, at which point the machine would spit out the amount in oversized Monopoly Money bills. Both families kept all the cash and prizes they won during the game, and the family with the most cash at the end also won a family vacation. If the "Top Cash Card" was not found by the players, the host would usually tell the audience near the end of the show what card held it.
In season 3, the format of the show was changed slightly. Instead of two families competing for the whole show, families of varying sizes were chosen from the studio audience to play the games, winning cash or prizes. Instead of earning Monopoly Cash Cards, teams compete for the right to take combination codes from the Mr. Monopoly statue's hand. After four games are played, the families attempt to use these cards to open the Community Chest. If they pick the winning combination, they win money and get a chance to play for more money and a new car.
There are several games the families play. The hour long show first debuted on October 10, 2010 on the channel, The Hub, formerly Discovery Kids.. Each season will contain 30 episodes.
Mckayla is a brand new talent with us just joining on May 13th! Be sure to watch the show and look for she and her family to appear! The show airs on the Hub Sundays at 7pm ET | 4pm PT.
24 of our Michigan based talent were requested to audition for the upcoming film "Futility."
It is an independent non-union feature film.
The film poses the question, Have or ever had a job you loath? It's another summer for a nameless manager of a swim club in upper middle class suburbia. The movie begins with this person getting called into work on their day off (Smith, "Clerks" ). The manager encounters lazy employees, nasty children, and a multitude of other rambunctious characters. Throughout the movie the manager notices people over look and not fully appreciate what they have. The manager meanders through life curiously upbeat minus the occasional rant reminiscent of a Holden Caulfield (Sallinger. "The Catcher and the Rye"). And despite being indifferent to many aspects of classic hollywood style productions the manager begins drafting a narrative to reach the public on such issues. The manager attempts to rid the work of authorship and profit as an "independent film" but quickly learns as to the difficulty of the task at hand.
The client was casting for several different roles. Some of the characters being cast are the roles of McTeague - young man, distinct attitude and confidence. They were seeking a male who was 18-24 years old. Another role they were casting for was the role of Jennifer. A 16-18 year old who is self centered high school girl, and rude. The client was also casting a male and female to play a mother and father in the film. They were looking for actors ages 35 -50. The client was also looking to fill the roles of Adrian an adventurous, excitable, fun loving ages 16-18 year old. The rest of the roles being cast were Joe the buddy (16-18), Margie bad communication skills, awkward, lingerer ages 14-16, the women - stereotypical female model type, sharp ages 18 -24 and a Girl - curious, respectful ages 12-14.
Auditions for the film took place this past weekend. Futility will be shot in HD. The film will be hitting the festival circuit. It was written by Garrick Givens who will also be directing the film. They are currently looking to shoot the last week of June thru July. Re-shoots for the movie are set to take place in August. The film will be shot in Farmington Hills, Michigan. This is a great opportunity for our talent to audition for. Good luck to all of our talent who were requested for the film.
Miami talent Amin Brown has been requested to audition for some upcoming productions. He has the opportunity to audition for three upcoming shows. The Rocky Horror Show, Cabaret and I Don't Care.
Science fiction and horror film enthusiasts will delight in a two-night performance of "The Rocky Horror Show," the ultimate campy horror comedy musical.The parody follows the misadventures of a pair of innocents who cross paths with deranged villains, and features a blended cast of professional actors and local amateurs. The play was written by Richard O'Brien and preceded the wildly popular 1975 "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" movie. The show is being presented by Friends of the Key Largo Cultural Center, the show is directed by Debra Ginsberg.
Cabaret is where singer Sally Bowles meets writer Cliff Bradshaw. As the two pursue a life of pleasure in Weimar Berlin, the world outside the Klub begins to splinter. Sally and Cliff are faced with a choice: abandon themselves to pleasures promised by the cabaret, or open their eyes and face the coming storm.
I Don't Care is a new production!
Performances are to be at the 250-seat theater inside the Murray E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center at mile marker 102 in Key Largo. The Rocky Horror show is set to run on October 31, 2013 and November 1, 2013. Cabaret is set for three different showings on March 28th, 29th, and 30th 2014. The showings of the new production I Don't Care are still being determined. Auditions for all three productions will be held Wednesday, June 5th and Thursday, June 6th at the Gulliver Miller Campus in Miami, Florida. Rehearsals are also set to take place in Miami as well. While the performances will be shown in Key Largo, Florida. Lodging will be provided for all of the cast members. Auditions are open to the public, and the client is seeing both new and experienced talent. Ginsberg Productions is a non-profit, community based, theatrical organization and actors are not compensated for appearances. For the audition, talent are asked to be prepared and to do a cold read from the script. The talent were asked to prepare themselves with the show. They are also being asked to have a one minute comedic or one minute dramatic monologue prepared for the audition as well. For the talent who will be auditioning to be singers in one or all of the shows, have to prepare16 measures of an upbeat song or ballad in their key. It is recommended that the selection is from the musical they are auditioning for, however, is not required. The talent have been asked to choose a piece they are comfortable with and one that shows off their strengths. For this particular audition sheet music is required, the talent will not be allowed to use a cd or to sing acapella. Talent who are also dancers must be prepared to learn a routine. These are auditions for the theatre's upcoming 2013-2014 season.
This is very exciting for Amin as he has only been a talent with us since May 7th! He is brand new to the industry. Congrats Amin!
76 of our New York talent were contacted to attend an open call to be an extra in the upcoming film The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
In "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," for Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield), life is busy - between taking out the bad guys as Spider-Man and spending time with the person he loves, Gwen (Emma Stone), high school graduation can't come quickly enough. Peter hasn't forgotten about the promise he made to Gwen's father to protect her by staying away - but that's a promise he just can't keep. Things will change for Peter when a new villain, Electro (Jamie Foxx), emerges, an old friend, Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan), returns, and Peter uncovers new clues about his past.
In the first film one of the world's most popular characters came back to the big screen as a new chapter in the Spider-Man legacy is revealed in The Amazing Spider-Man. Focusing on an untold story that tells a different side of the Peter Parker story, the new film stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Denis Leary, Campbell Scott, Irrfan Khan, with Martin Sheen and Sally Field. The film is directed by Marc Webb from a screenplay written by James Vanderbilt, based on the Marvel Comic Book by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. Laura Ziskin, Avi Arad, and Matt Tolmach produced the film in association with Marvel Entertainment for Columbia Pictures, which is out on Blu-ray & DVD now!
The Amazing Spider-Man is the story of Peter Parker (Garfield), an outcast high schooler who was abandoned by his parents as a boy, leaving him to be raised by his Uncle Ben (Sheen) and Aunt May (Field). Like most teenagers, Peter is trying to figure out who he is and how he got to be the person he is today. Peter is also finding his way with his first high school crush, Gwen Stacy (Stone), and together, they struggle with love, commitment, and secrets. As Peter discovers a mysterious briefcase that belonged to his father, he begins a quest to understand his parents' disappearance - leading him directly to Oscorp and the lab of Dr. Curt Connors (Ifans), his father's former partner. As Spider-Man is set on a collision course with Connors' alter-ego, The Lizard, Peter will make life-altering choices to use his powers and shape his destiny to become a hero.
The film, which was released last year killed the box office with an astounding 754 million dollars worldwide! The film did have an estimated budget of 230 million! The film was nominated for several Teen Choice Awards, a Screen Actor's Guild Award and more! With most sequels to successful films, we see the box office increase. We can't wait to see what this second film is going to bring in! Filming is set to take place in various places in New York.
We will have to wait a whole year for the sequel however, as The Amazing Spider-Man 2 isn't set to hit theaters until 5/2/14. Good luck to all of our talent that attended auditions!
6 of our New York kids have been requested to audition for an upcoming Fruit of the Loom print ad!
7 year old Ariana Guerra, 5 year old Jerellie Pena, 5 year old Mackenzie Rivera, 8 year old Vian Santiago, 7 year old Luciana Vicendeseand 7 year old Mia Otuzova were all requested to audition for the upcoming print ad.
We all are very familiar with the Fruit of the Loom brand and we should be as Fruit of the Loom was born in 1851 when brothers Benjamin and Robert Knight bought their first mill and started producing cotton cloth and textiles in Warwick, Rhode Island. In 1871, Fruit of the Loom was registered as an official trademark, making it one of the world's oldest brands -- predating the invention of light bulbs, cars and telephones! Today, more than 160 years later, Fruit of the Loom is now a global underwear and casual wear business, employing more than 32,000 people worldwide. Their colorful T-shirts and underwear are known by consumers in all corners of the globe and our name is synonymous with providing quality, value and style. Staying true to their roots and close to their heritage, their collections are authentic, timeless and unmistakably Fruit of the Loom. Fruit of the Loom offers an unconditional guarantee on all the products it sells. The brand has significant market share for basic apparel. The familiar logo with the apple, leaves, green grapes, currants, and purple grapes is a widely recognizable trademark.
Our kids will be auditioning this week for the shoot. The photo shoot for the ad is set to take place on May 30th or May 31st. If any kids are chosen, they will be paid flat rates for their day rate, usage fee and for the fitting! The photos from the shoot will be used for 1 Year Unlimited Print, Web, POS, In Store, and Industrial use on all images. They will be used in North America only with no Broadcast or Video.
They are putting together family units for the shoot. They wanted talent that could act, even though it is being done for a photo shoot. The client was looking for adorable kids with great energy. They wanted kids who are playful and perhaps had a unique feature--like freckles or beautiful eyes. The roles for the print ad include a Caucasian girl ages 7 - 10 years old. A Caucasian boy ages 5 -8 years old. The client was also looking to cast an ethnically ambiguous girl that was in the age range from 5-8 years old as well as an ethnically ambiguous boy that was 7- 10 years old.
This is an amazing opportunity for our talent. All of our kids and their parents are really excited for this audition. Good luck to all of our cuties! Hopefully you will get the chance to see some of them in the upcoming print ad!
4 of our Denver based models have been requested for a photo shoot. The photo shoot is being done for the Vintage Fringe website.
Vintage Fringe, LLC was founded by Krista Warnick after tiring of shopping the same old chains to find the same pieces that everyone else was wearing and increasingly found herself looking to find more distinctive selection and better quality fabrics and designers. Vintage Fringe was born to bring boutique fashions to the modern shopper via the internet. They have a number of fabulous designers with adorable merchandise and will always be updating our products to bring you new distinctive fashion.
Their mission is to help their customers find high quality, feminine designer fashion, made of wearable fabrics with a focus on distinctive items with a little flair of fringe!
Much of their clothing has a vintage style, but all of their merchandise is brand new. They know that each person is looking to create their own style and they hope that you will find a variety of fabulous statement pieces here for your wardrobe. At Vintage Fringe, they have selected a blend of trendy and classic designs that will have your friends always asking "Where did you get that?"
They started Vintage Fringe because they were tired of always finding the same fashions that everyone wore from all of the chain stores. They wanted to find more individual style made by quality designers.
15 year old Emi Hardman, 21 year old Adrianna Lathers, 26 year old Michelle Zoril and 17 year old Christina Porath were all requested to take part in the shoot. Emi has been a talent with us since 2011. She has taken part in several photo shoots including shoots by Hans Rosemond Photography, Ostoya Photography and John Iverson Photography. She also took part in a Aurora History Museum Cultural Fashion Show. Emi's skills go beyond being in front of the camera, she has played the piano for 9 years and the trumpet for 6. She also plays volleyball, runs track and has experience in surfing, gymnastics and ballet!
Adrianna has been a talent with us since February of last year. The actress and model has been requested for several projects including a horror film, Love and Dreams, a Gym Class Heroes music video and much more! The former cheerleader also plays tennis and was on the swim team. She has take ballet, tap, jazz and hip hop on and off for 17 years.
Michelle Zoril came to us back in January of last year. She has previously been requested for Earth Wind and Hair event, Lay it on the Line, Concert extra role, a cycling benefit, SLI project, a Shared Learning Project, a Rocky Mountain Health Plans commercial and much more!
Christina joined us just under a year ago. The model has won numerous beauty pageants all over Wyoming. She was the main character for a commercial for Caesar's Palace, Models for Cycling Soul, did a photo shoot for Gabriela Design and was booked for the Ear, Wind and Hair Runway show along with many other projects.
The models did not have to take part in a go see for this project. The client chose talent based directly on their photos. This is an amazing opportunity for all models involved. Congrats to all of our talent!
Our Chicago talent Chronicle Ganawah has been requested to audition for the upcoming production of Dateline: Rock - n - Roll.
The G rated show is is a high energy Musical review of popular songs from the 50's to today,
using dialogue ripped from the news headlines of the day. It was the music that shook the world and launched generations of young fans. Come and celebrate the history of Rock 'n' Roll in this review that explores the music of the 50's, 60's 70's, 80's and 90's and 2000's.
The client was Seeking 10-30 youth Singers/Dancers (AGES 10-18) for the upcoming Rock-n-Roll Review! All types of performers Singers, dancers, Dance groups and instrumentalists, are encouraged to audition. They were also looking for Technical (lights, sound and multimedia) persons, Choreographer and Assistant Director. The auditions took place this past weekend and this week.
The theatre production will be running at the Gorilla Tango's Skokie Theatre in Skokie, Illinois. Gorilla Tango Theatre seeks to promote financially successful, high quality original shows that above all entertain! With two permanent venues in the Chicagoland area, GTT also partners with a variety of venues across the country to bring its most successful shows to a new and diverse audience.GTT exists to provide projects with the opportunity to maximize exposure and revenue through a scalable system of producing and financing.
Rehearsals for this upcoming production will take place At the Skokie Theatre on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6-8 p.m. Starting Wednesday May 29th. Performances will be on July 6th , 7th ,13th and 14th at 2p.m. Chronicle had to prepare a popular song to sing a-capella or to a karaoke CD. A Cd player will be provided. Singers will be given a simple movement combination to learn. Dancers had to prepare a short combination to perform (space will be limited) and will be asked to sing a scale. Instrumentalists: prepare a short popular song. A Keyboard will be provided. The talent may also be asked to sing a scale and or learn a simple movement combination.
Chronicle has only been a talent with us since February. He graduated from the The International Performing Arts Academy. He has previously appeared in the 2010 production of The Ax Murder Officer #3 at James Ward School. He has already been submitted for several castings including the show SarahNormal, the films Poor Perfection, The Girl In Blue, Resentment and The House that Chicago Built. He has also been submitted for a Sprite Commercial, an Isaiah Grass music Video as well as a stock photo shoot.
This is an amazing opportunity for him to get back on the stage. We will be sure to let you know if he is booked for the show so you can go check him out!
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