Mahealani Sims-Tulba, Miss Junior Teen Hawaii United States 2014 and daughter of local comedian Augie T., portrays a girl named Jackie Claxton, who is given a power by her guardian angel, Scylencia and has the power of teleportation. Because of the power given to her, she is known as an "Inciter." Jackie's mission is to use her power of teleportation to help other teens in trouble and battle evil forces on earth and in other dimensions.This is a transmedia project that originated in Honolulu,…See More
Jackie Claxton is a young woman in therapy having to deal with the trauma of losing her father when she was a little girl. Jackie is an "Inciter", a person chosen by an angel to save a human soul from the forces of evil. With the help of her "inciter" friends, Jalynn Ramos and Melinda Martell, Jackie as taken the daunting task of protecting a young man influenced by drugs and has a dark past. Jackie must protect this man from the clutches of the "Inducers", a group of humans that do evil…See More
"Aloha! I am casting a SAG TV CM for Japan and China and looking for women in that catagories. Can you call me RE: audition that takes place in HONOLULU? Call Akemi to find out more ASAP. 347-5243 MAHALO"
Aloha! I am casting a SAG TV CM for Japan and China and looking for women in that catagories. Can you call me RE: audition that takes place in HONOLULU? Call Akemi to find out more ASAP. 347-5243 MAHALO
I am a UHM film student currently working on a short film titled "Relay for Love" and was wondering if you would be interested in audition for one of the roles:
• Marsha: – 16-17, Female, Pretty, Trendy, Sassy, Self-Absorbed, Ditsy.
• Tori: – 15-17, Female, Sporty, Prissy.
A single and insecure middle-aged high school teacher rivals a young and attractive new teacher for the attention of the school’s hunky janitor, and in the process learns to accept herself and look beyond the façade of beauty, which leads to her gaining the acceptance she desires.
The story is a fun romantic comedy and if you are interested in auditioning, please contact at:
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