Casting call for the Philadelphia FringeArts Fest

Run Boy Run Production is seeking actors for the Play “Underground Episodes” which will be featured in the 2014 Philadelphia Fringe Festival.
Roles Needed
– Homeless man (any ethnicity) – age 25-40
– Afr Am mother age 25- 35
– Latino mother age 35-40
– Postal worker male or female (any ethnicity) – age 25-40
– Office Worker age male or female (any ethnicity) 40- 50
– Secretary maleor female (any ethnicity)- age 25 – 40
– Nurse Aide female (any ethnicity) – age 21-30
– Landscaper male or female age (any ethnicity) – 18-25
-College student male or female (any ethnicity) – 18-25
Elder woman Latino/mixed female
Age 50-up

Please send your resume and headshot to​ RunboyRunprod@gmail.com for more info and to be assigned a timeslot.

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Philly Casting Call

Run Boy Run Production is seeking actors for the Play “Underground Episodes” which will be featured in the 2014 Philly Fringe Festival. 

Roles Needed
– Homeless man (any ethnicity) – age 25-40
– Afr Am mother age 25- 35
– Latino mother age 35-40
– Postal worker male or female (any ethnicity) – age 25-40
– Office Worker age male or female (any ethnicity) 40- 50
– Secretary maleor female (any ethnicity)- age 25 – 40
– Nurse Aide female (any ethnicity) – age 21-30
– Landscaper male or female age (any ethnicity) – 18-25
– College student male or female (any ethnicity) – 18-25
– Elder woman Latino/mixed female age 50-70

Please send your resume and headshot to RunboyRunprod@gmail.com for more info and to be assigned a timeslot.

Charles Barkley scolds Magic Johnson for celebrating Mike D’Antoni resignation

Charles Barkley scolds Magic Johnson for celebrating Mike D’Antoni resignation

I’m in agreement with Magic myself.. He wasn’t right for the team and how he was picked for the job wasn’t right as a split second replacement because Jimmie didn’t like Phil so he picked him the next day.

For The Win

Mark J. Rebilas, USA TODAY Sports Mark J. Rebilas, USA TODAY Sports

You saw the tweet. USA TODAY Sports’ Sam Amick called it “the tweet heard ’round the basketball world.”

Charles Barkley didn’t like what his fellow Basketball Hall of Famer and NBA analyst had to say. It wasn’t anger as much as disappointment, like when your parents catch you trying to sneak downstairs to eat all the cookies and play video games.

Here’s what the TNT analyst said on Inside the NBA on Wednesday night, after the tweet was read:

“Magic Johnson’s bigger than that. Magic Johnson’s bigger than that. Listen, Mike D’Antoni is a good coach. They didn’t give him a lot to work with. But Magic Johnson, he’s bigger than that.”

So apparently, Magic Johnson is bigger than that?…

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