Kids Now Casting: Play a Lead in Feature Adaptation ‘The Red Badge of Courage’

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Show off your courageous spirit with a major role in a feature film adaptation.

“The Red Badge of Courage,” the epic adaptation of Stephen Crane’s classic novel of the same name, is now casting two principal roles.

A young male actor, aged 11–14, is wanted to play the role of Johnny Pinkett, a drummer boy in a Civil War regiment.

There is also the lead role of Henry Fleming available for an actor, aged 17–23.

“The Red Badge of Courage” will shoot dates TBD in Virginia, Louisiana, and Washington, D.C. Actors will be paid, rates TBD, as the producer plans to apply for a SAG-AFTRA contract. Transportation between residencies and filming locations will be provided.

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