|Dr. Brooke Winchell had her work cut out for her as she began to pour over the raw data from the surveys UW-W collected during Good Friend staff in-services and Peer Sensitivity Workshops in the 2012-'13 school year.|
Zooming back to host the first of our two open casting calls for "We ALL Fit", our new elementary school peer autism awareness short film, we shifted from one excitement to another. We met 23 hopefuls for the project, and are realizing we'll have some difficult decisions to make once we complete today's session. We welcome you to audition! We have some specific profiles we're looking for, and no acting experience is necessary. Here's the list:
- girl with autism, age 6-10, who has some reliable spoken language
- boy with autism, age 7-11, who uses a type-to-speak device
- boy age 2-4, dark-haired
- girl age 2-4, blonde-haired, willing to have a tantrum for the camera
- extras: six 10-11 year-olds (mix of boys and girls), three adults (age 25-65), two 12-15 year-olds
Just show up at Citizens Bank of Mukwonago in Waukesha near Center Rd. and Hwy. 59 and go upstairs to the Training Center between noon and 3 p.m. TODAY for a quick on-camera audition. Call Denise at 262-391-1369 with any questions.
We hope to introduce you to at least a few of our 30 newly-chosen cast members at Friday's Member Appreciation Night. How many more reasons do you need to join us?? Awards, celebrations, new study findings, an Aaron Rodgers autographed football up for grabs ... PHEW! Like I said, it's a BIG week! If you plan to be at Steinhafels in the Community Room at 7 p.m. on Friday, please email Denise if she doesn't know already.