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Milk & Honey Motion Pictures
Rose Peterson, casting dir.
Casting "Little Emily," a dark comedy about a young girl who decides the only way to rid herself of her quirky family is to kill herself.
Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations
Shoots February 2014 in Los Angeles, CA.
Compensation & Union Contract Details
Seeking Talent Select a role below for more information and submission instructions.
Emily Wally (Lead):
Female, 10-18, Caucasian
Ingrid Wally (Supporting):
Female, 30-45, Caucasian
married a famous playwright for the lifestyle and now her lifestyle is being threatened by financial ruin, controlling and cold, her childre...
Wilfred Wally (Supporting):
Male, 35-50, Caucasian
finds solace in his career as a playwright but also uses it as a wall to isolate himself from his family, deep down, he really does care abo...
Fredrick Wally (Supporting):
Male, 8-12, Caucasian
the middle child and retains an IQ of 170, channels his brilliance oddly enough into early 20th century history and has a habit of wearing s...
Quinn Wally (Supporting):
Male, 4-7, Caucasian
baby of the family and loves aviation and the family turtle, innocent, sweet, and withdrawn. Note: Red hair is desired but this point is fle...
Ms. Zeffrey (Day Player):
Female, 25-40, All Ethnicities
the town librarian, has a very soft voice and meek manner, a romantic at heart but is unlikely to ever find romance beyond the pages of her ...
Reverend Collins (Supporting):
Male, 25-40, All Ethnicities
Reverend Collins is the town's only religious official, a kindly man who lives alone, has yet to find fulfillment in religion.
Barista (Day Player):
Female, 18-30, All Ethnicities
Male, 18-64, All Ethnicities
a homeless man Emily encounters in the park, is rough, depressed, and going nowhere fast, friendly, though quiet, and calm.
Seeking submissions from: Los Angeles, CA
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(frustrated and embarrassed)
Emily, get off that ledge this
instant before someone sees you.
Good. I want them to see.
Would you get down already? We know
you aren’t going to do it.
What makes you so sure I won’t?
I can no longer live amongst their
disdain and plain disinterest in my
affairs. Henceforth, I declare
myself orphan. Dooley may lie here
in this grave, but it is I whose
name should be written upon the