Ready for Season 4 of Freeform’s ‘Good Trouble’? Apply to These Gigs

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There’s good news for fans of “Good Trouble.” The Freeform show is back, meaning there will be more adventures for Callie and Mari in the near future. Want to follow in their footsteps and carve your own path in Los Angeles? Check out these coming-of-age and teen drama films and shows you can apply to right now.

“The Park”

The Park” is an upcoming short film that follows four teens unearthing the dark secrets of their trailer park after one of their friends goes missing. The teen drama is looking for male and female talent, aged 18–27, to play four lead roles and one supporting role. Some roles require nudity. A stipend of up to $400 will be provided, as well as meals and potentially travel reimbursement.

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“Earthquake Prom”

In this short film (which aims to become a feature), four teens are trapped in a room when an earthquake strikes during prom. Casting seeks two Black female performers, aged 18–20, and two Black male performers, aged 18–20. Shoots from July 12–14 in the L.A. area and pays $200 per day. 

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This coming-of-age feature seeks Black male talent aged 18–32 for a supporting role in a story about an 18-year-old teen who gets kicked out of his conservative home for coming out. There are additional adult roles for a day player, aged 18–50, a Black female actor, aged 40–65, and a Black male actor, aged 40–65. Shooting takes place throughout the summer in Washington, D.C. Pay is $100 per day with travel and meals provided. 

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“Xiao Dou Goes to the Dentist”

Casting seeks Asian female talent, aged 10–13, to play the title role in this coming-of-age short film. The production also wants a female performer, aged 18–24, for a supporting role, and an Asian female performer, aged 35–45, to play the dentist. Filming is anticipated to begin in Aug. in New York City. Pay is $375 for 3 days of work.

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Casting is underway for “Beth,” a short film about three queer teens unraveling as they near graduation. The project wants a female performer, aged 18–21, to play the lead role of Beth, an Asian female or non-binary actor, aged 18–21, to play the supporting role of Mina, plus more. The film shoots July 20–24 in Chicago. Pay is up to $80.

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This student film is a coming-of-age drama about a Latina teen “dealing with body image, living in a dysfunctional Latinx household, and finding her own voice and following her dreams amid it all.” Casting seeks a Latina female, aged 18–25, for the lead role of Elena; a Latina female aged, 18–30; a Latina female, aged 25–65; and a Latina female, aged 16–25, for supporting roles. The project also wants a Latino male actor, aged 25–66 and a Black or Latina male, non-binary, or gender-nonconforming performer aged 18–25. Rehearsals will take place in October, with filming set for November in Brooklyn. Professional pay is provided, plus meals.

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