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Live Auditions Scheduled for Muckey Landing

Live Auditions Scheduled for Muckey Landing

We’re pleased to announce that in-person auditions for Muckey Landing – a sort of a podcast have been scheduled for Saturday, October 12 and Saturday, October 19 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Kent County Theatre Guild, 140 E. Roosevelt Avenue in Dover.To request an audition slot, please:

 

  • Send an email to MuckeyLanding@gmail.com with the subject line “Audition Request – [Your Name]”
  • Let us know whether you would like to audition on October 12 or October 19.
  • Because you are auditioning for a podcast, your audition will be recorded — please don’t request an audition if you’re terrified of microphones!
  • You HAVE to email us if you want to audition — we’re too disorganized to schedule auditions based on Facebook comments, and showing up without an appointment will just make us hate you for throwing our day all out of whack.

We’ll get back to you with a confirmation of your audition day (hopefully the one you want) and time (either 1, 2 or 3 p.m.). We’ll try to accommodate everyone, but we’re not making any guarantees — we’ve had a LOT of interest!

We know auditions can be kinda scary, but really, we’re very laid-back people and not scary at all, mostly. If you’ve always wanted to do something like this but hesitated because you didn’t know if you have what it takes, this is your big chance — so take a flyer, send us that email, and JUST DO IT!

Remember, big things are coming — to keep up with all the news from Muckey Landing, follow us on our website at MuckeyLanding.com and on Facebook. Spread the word, and break a leg, everyone!

 

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Upload Your Digital Audition. Now.

Upload Your Digital Audition. Now.

This is yet another thing that we know you want to do. We’ve posted a new page that has everything you need to know about how to submit your recorded audition to become a Muckey Landing cast member — check it out!

The photograph above, BTW, does NOT depict equipment you can actually use to record your audition. Displayed above, my friends, is a real-live Sony Walkman. It played prerecorded cassette tapes. That’s how we rolled back in the 80s, children. This magnificent photograph, imaginatively entitled My_First_Sony.jpg, was taken by Joost J. Bakker from IJmuiden [CC BY 2.0“]. I don’t know what all that means, Creative Commons told me I had to write it if I wanted to use their picture. IMHO, though, “Joost J. Bakker” would be a great name for a rock band.

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Auditions Coming Soon

Auditions Coming Soon

Looking for versatile voice actors for Muckey Landing. Watch for details! We’ve even got audition pieces posted now, THAT’S how uptown we are. Go here to see ’em.

BTW, this guy in the picture is some unknown dude doing a voiceover with a fancy glassed-in soundproof voiceover booth with all sorts of equipment like microphones and knobs and sliders and stuff. I found him on Wikimedia Commons, and this is what they say about him: This image is a work of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, taken or made as part of that person’s official duties. As a work of the U.S. federal government, the image is in the public domain. So this is just one of your garden-variety humble public servants. Probably works in the dental health department, which would explain the turtleneck and the toothy grin. This is not, I repeat, NOT, what our setup is like. I’d share our setup with you, but if I did, I’d probably never see you again. And we can’t have that, can we?

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