While we have received a number of auditions so far in our search for voice actors, there are still a few roles for the pilot and season that are still awaiting the right voice. With that in mind, we have extended the deadline for all auditions until the end of September . Also, we will be updating the initial audition requirements so that your audition MAY be submitted in MP3 format with the understanding that final casting is subject to an inspection of a WAV format submission. We recommend you record first in WAV and save a copy in MP3 for direct email to firstname.lastname@example.org We are looking for representation in these roles and encourage actors of color and LGBTQ+ actors to audition. Thanks! Deadly Con Crew
We will not be using the "three take" method of recording in the hope that characters end up sounding like they are in the same conversation. We will meet, rehearse, and then provide a recording of the session to guide actors during their own sessions. The Direction Unit will make every effort to schedule rehearsals that meet everyone's needs and time zones. How? Not sure, yet, but we'll see who we cast and their availability and spend some time slapping our heads together to make it work for everyone. We just need people to be show up, on time, and focus on the work. And remember that we're here to have fun and put on a show. The initial phase of rehearsal will have room for actor questions, feedback, and suggestions. Once we go "table read mode" we hope to put down each scene in order with minimal break. Each episode will have its own rehearsal. We recommend the leads and supporting characters workshop and discuss their characters and approaches offline as well as time permits. We recommend that actors record themselves locally but not treat that track as your line submission file. We expect actors and we respect actors. This is why we insist on a COLLABORATIVE environment between actors and the production.