The Cottages

  • Project Type: Webisodes
  • Pay Status: Paid
  • Production Company / Studio: Left Eye Dominant Productions
  • Location: Corpus Christi
  • Start Date: Saturday, August 4, 2018
  • Shooting Schedule: 2 Days
  • Wrap Date: Sunday, August 05, 2018
  • Producer(s): Rene Schaefer, Kevin Squyres, Robert Rowland
  • Director: John Darbonne
  • Writer(s): John Darbonne

  • via Left Eye Dominant Productions, the independent web series is casting for the following roles:

    EMILY LUNDE - Female love interest, 20’s - 30’s, artsy, confident, smart and beginning to figure out what is going on, is on the run, Dale’s ex that is trying to keep him safe.

    JENNY STONE - Female Protagonist, 20’s - 30’s, the central character caught in the middle with Dale, a woman with a dark past, sad but puts on a great poker face, sympathetic, OCD and harms herself.

    VICKY BARNES - Female Antagonist, 20’s - 30’s, cold, formal, married to Mitch and manipulates him into doing her dirty work.

    DALE BOATWRIGHT - Male Protagonist, 20’s - 30’s, the central character caught in the middle with Jenny, good-looking, scruffy, cocky, funny, questions everything, Emily’s ex that is searching for her.

    MITCH BARNES - Male Mentor Character, 20’s - 30’s, rough street fighter, aggressive, starts off antagonistic but becomes an ally.

    CARL LONGORIA - Male Antagonist, 30’s - 50’s, weathered, ex-Navy, controlling and suspicious. Is falling apart at the seams but hides it well.

    CHEEVE NINE - Male Reflection Character, 30’s - 40’s, homeless dock worker, beginning to figure out what is going on, set up for murder and knows things but cannot remember them clearly.

    CHRIS DEVINE - Male Reflection Character, 30’s, a detective investigating Jenny’s disappearance that ends up investigating Dale’s role in Emily Lundy’s disappearance, laid back but cunning, cocky, funny.

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Project posted June 8, 2018