Indie Acting Studio invites everyone to its acting class tonight, Sept. 12, 2013 in Memphis. There will be a special guest present. Filmmaker, LaDell Beamon, of "Heal the Hood Foundation" will be watching the class members perform, and may possibly select members of the class for parts in his upcoming film, "The Mix Up."
Forrest Pruett, owner of Indie Acting Studio, gives a synopsis of the film. "The Mix Up takes us into the life of Sophia Morgan, a freshman student in college that just wants to fit in. Sophia, who is adopted by her Uncle Rick Morgan after her mother's tragic death, experiences a total culture shock by trying to fit into the new world of college life. Surrounding by fraternity parties, alcohol, sex and the transitions of adult life, Sophia is introduced to Mike (the ladies man) who steals her virginity of a tragic date rape. Enraged by the impact of this incident, Uncle Rick goes down a dark path as a vigilante hunting for the rapists which ends in a very powerful altercation that will shock college campuses all around the world."
Forrest furthers states, "There are 6 speaking roles available in this upcoming film, so come prepared- maybe you will be the one cast! Please bring Headshots and resumes!"
More information on the class, including location can be found at Indie Acting Studio.
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