Hershey Shop Milton S Hershey as young man

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Hershey Shop Milton S Hershey as young man 
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In Hershey PA, a new museum is going up, dedicated to Milton S. Hershey, the "Chocolate King", his life and business. This voice is when Milton Hershey was just starting out, in his early 20s running small candy business in Philadelphia. Please note that we are looking for natural sounding character voices. No narration sounding reads please. All reads ned to be conversational, not stgaey and thoroughly beliveble 
2008-08-28 12:08:04 GMT
2008-09-03 11:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Flexible Price - USD 300
Training, business presentations, sales, and web sites
No
60 sces
English - USA and Canada
Young Milton Hershey
Young Adult Male
• Audio files must be delivered via email
• Deliver edited and finished voice tracks
The Voice Actor should have at least 5 years of experience in the voice industry.
This is a non-union project

Script Details

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Full script provided by the client:


Hershey Museum, “The Hershey Story”
1.1 Childhood To Chocolate Making
Audio Only
“M.S. Hershey Shop - Philadelphia” 2nd Draft
2/12/08
SOUNDS CONVERSATION

NOTE: Lighting effects will provide the shadows of Spring Garden Street in Philadelphia where Milton Hershey’s little shop was located in 1881.

LOOPING AMBIENCE- Around the Philadelphia Shop structure we will hear a looping ambient sound track that captures the sounds of Philadelphia- circa 1881. We may hear horse drawn wagon traffic, and perhaps a policeman’s whistle as he directs traffic. We will hear foot traffic, perhaps the sound of a large bell tower clock striking an afternoon hour, and/or the whistle of a train in the background

EXTERIOR SOUNDS: On a timed basis, we will hear a Exterior Specific track featuring foot traffic along Spring Garden Street in Philadelphia (1881) – with the sounds of a horse drawn streetcar passing close by, perhaps pushcart peddlers selling their wares.

SOUNDS CONVERSATION

INTERIOR SOUNDS: We will hear a little bell on the door of the “M.S. Hershey Shop” ringing as a young couple enters the shop.

INTERIOR CONVERSATION: We will hear young Milton Hershey and his Aunt Mattie greeting the couple as they enter Hershey’s shop

YOUNG WOMAN: “What a wonderful candy shop.”

AUNT MATTIE: May we help you folks?

YOUNG MAN: “ Yes, please…We followed our noses to you fresh candies!”
MILTON: “Made from the best ingredients. Here, try one, Miss…


YOUNG WOMAN: Oh my… Yes indeed… Delicious! And, look! Candied fruit as well.

AUNT MATTIE: May we pack a nice mixture for you?

YOUNG MAN: Please do! Some caramels, candied fruit, and a quarter pound of your sugar almonds.

AUNT MATTIE: There you are.

YOUNG WOMAN: Oh, thank you!

SFX: Sound of door bell clinking again as the couple leaves t he shop YOUNG MAN: Good day !

MILTON: And you, Sir. Thank you!
(aside to Aunt Mattie) Aunt Mattie, people like my products, but we’re running out of money to pay the rent on the shop.

AUNT MATTIE: (wearily) I know, Milton…I know. You must write to your Uncle Abraham. Perhaps he can send money to help you.

MILTON: I hope so, If not, I’m afraid we will soon be out of business.

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Sample provided for auditions:


YOUNG WOMAN: “What a wonderful candy shop.”

AUNT MATTIE: May we help you folks?

YOUNG MAN: “ Yes, please…We followed our noses to you fresh candies!”
MILTON: “Made from the best ingredients. Here, try one, Miss…


YOUNG WOMAN: Oh my… Yes indeed… Delicious! And, look! Candied fruit as well.

AUNT MATTIE: May we pack a nice mixture for you?

YOUNG MAN: Please do! Some caramels, candied fruit, and a quarter pound of your sugar almonds.

AUNT MATTIE: There you are.

YOUNG WOMAN: Oh, thank you!

SFX: Sound of door bell clinking again as the couple leaves t he shop YOUNG MAN: Good day !

MILTON: And you, Sir. Thank you!
(aside to Aunt Mattie) Aunt Mattie, people like my products, but we’re running out of money to pay the rent on the shop.

AUNT MATTIE: (wearily) I know, Milton…I know. You must write to your Uncle Abraham. Perhaps he can send money to help you.

MILTON: I hope so, If not, I’m afraid we will soon be out of business.

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