CASTING CALL!

Greater Boston is looking for an actor to fill a role in our forthcoming third season, with potential for return in future seasons. Actor local to Boston and available for in-person recording preferred, but will consider remote actors, conditional on access to resources adequate to producing processional-quality recording.

Official show recording should take only an hour or two.

Record your audition and send mp3s of one or two takes to info@greaterbostonshow.com by Monday, May 14th. Please note whether you would be able to perform locally or remotely. If remotely, please record your audition with the equipment and recording space you would use for final recording.

VINCENZO

AGE: 18

GENDER: Male

RACE: White or mixed race

NATIONALITY: American

Vincenzo is a young man living on his own for the first time. He has a somewhat oblivious nature, distractible and easily confused. Yet still capable of working through an effectively sly plan when he puts his mind to it.

SIDES

ARNOLD

Ah, Vincenzo. I think we’ve met, haven’t we? At the office. It’s a lucky thing that you’re here, as I have a letter for George.

VINCENZO

Yeah. I mean…not anymore. That was just a short-term gig while I figure some things out. I mean, I could take him that letter if you want, but I don’t really know when I’ll see him again. I’m a free agent these days. Just waiting for the right opportunity. You know. This is your place, huh? It’s kinda grungy. So, like I said I’m kinda between gigs right now. And, like…funds aren’t flowing, you know?

ARNOLD

I’m confused. Are you trying to mug me?

VINCENZO

Ha, ha, naw, nothing like that. Sorry, I guess I’m not really getting this all out right. I’m just looking for a place to stay.

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Mini-Episode: Tinker, Leon, Marlo, Guy

Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason with recording and technical support by Marck Harmon.

This mini-episode features:

  • Mike Linden as Guy
  • Mike Linden as Marlo
  • Richard Penner as Tinker in Taunton

Charlie on the MTA performed by Emily Peterson and Dirk Tiede.

Content Warnings:

  • Jokes
  • Questions
  • Lies

Transcript for Mini-Episode: Tinker Leon Marlo Guy

VOICES
This is…
This is…
This is…

Greater Boston!

[phone ringing. Answering machine picks up]

GUY WITHOUT TRUCK (VO) – Mike Linden
There is a job. I request the services of your truck. Review the requirements in my ad before committing your truck to this job. If your truck has gone through any modifications or adjustments since our last encounter, if you’ve purchased a new truck, if your truck is dirty or soiled, please re-apply with digital images of any such alterations. Consider “no names for your truck” an addendum to my original ad. If your truck has maintained the integrity apparent in our last encounter, meet me at the following coordinates. 9:30pm. Thursday evening.

41.934445, -71.099933

Truck.

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Transcript for Mini-Episode: Assistant 2

[Charlie on the MTA plays.]

VARIOUS

This is

This is

This is

Greater Boston

[Music fades]

EMILY BESPIN — Sam Musher

First and foremost, you need to understand that this position requires loyalty. Complete loyalty. And commitment. Your contract would be for the entire duration of the campaign, with severe penalties for early termination. No quitting allowed. Try to quit, and I’ll sue you straight to the gutter.

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Mini-Episode: Assistant 2

Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason, with recording and technical assistance from Marck Harmon.
Content warnings at end of show notes.
We’ve updated our online shop with new items including an official mini-comic tour of the city of Red Line, and three different t-shirts: Braden Lamb’s T-Map art, hippopotomodes, or disillusioned Sasquatch. Find them all through our website at GreaterBostonShow.com.
This episode featured
  • Sam Musher as Emily Bespin
  • and Kelly McCabe as Nica Stamatis
Charlie on the MTA recorded by Emily Peterson and Dirk Tiede.
Content notes:
  • Threats of violence
  • Classism
  • Implicit racism
  • Reference to terrorism