Casting Notice



**IMPORTANT** Send audition tapes via Google Drive.

Production Companies – Look Around You Ventures, LLC. & Old Timey Casting, LLC

Director – William Eichler

Production Description – Set during the American Civil War, “Whitney’s Mettle” is a story of a soldier that went that extra mile which earned him the Medal of Honor in the face of near defeat, at the Battle of Chickamauga.

Union Status – Non-Union

Compensation – Varied Pay, depending on Character.  Meals and Crafty will be supplied.
Additional details given if chosen.

Production Dates –  June 28-30, 2019

We are now accepting submissions for the following roles:


1. Bolling Hall – (18-27 years old) – Stern leader. He enlisted as a student in Virginia, then led the 2nd Battalion of Hilliard’s Legion and was wounded at Chickamauga.  He is a young Colonel. MUST have convincing/authentic Alabama accent. This role has lines.

2. Wounded Southern Soldier – (18-30 years old) – Young, thin, able to express physical pain. MUST have convincing/authentic Alabama accent. This role has lines.

3. Feature Roles – (18-45 years old) – Thin/average weight.  Various Federal and Confederate soldiers. These roles may have lines.

NOTES – Please note your availability with your submission. Please include a video with your submission using Google Drive. It can be at or under one minute.  Please say your full name and which character you are auditioning for. Please perform a short monologue or tell us a bit about yourself, if you don’t have a monologue. Please send us a current photo. It can be a selfie or professional headshot if it shows your current look.  Please send us a clear photo, preferably with your name clearly on it.


***Please include your name in the SUBJECT line of your email and format it to look like this: John Doe, ROLE (or Roles), Age ***

Please send your submission to the following email address:

Thank you!


~Guy W. Gane III

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