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The talent or voice producer must do after being hired:
1. Audio recording of the story “Someone Else’s Dream” (ID180), manuscript will be provided
2. EDITED audio recording
3. Recording includes revisions upon review by customer, allowing up to 10 revision sessions if required (past experience has been less than 4 revisions have been required)
4. Will provide final audio recording as a WAVE file on CD Media and mail to the address provided
5. Up to two weeks, 14 calendar days, duration for job completion
6. Recording will not be bound by union or broadcasting guidelines and will only be used for consumer sales/distribution
2008-11-30 20:43:16 GMT 2008-12-04 20:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 3 3 0 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far. Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 50 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 3 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
Ruth Dowland: Protagonist; Robert’s new wife
Robert Dowland Ruth’s husband; attorney
Madeline Robert’s deceased wife
Mrs. Billy Irish housekeeper (accent)
Jeremiah Winters Robert’s business partner, financial advisor
Lucy MacIntyre Virginia social-climber, husband Victor a Senator; Board Member at Morgan Center
Victor MacIntyre Virginia Senator, Lucy’s husband
Cynthia Cramer Owned/managed advertising agency
Gloria Stern Owned Gabriel’s Restaurant in Wash, DC
Ernie Stern Owned Gabriel’s Restaurant in Wash, DC
Roberto Italian (accent) Chef at Gabriel’s
Howard Devlin President of Morgan Center
Audio Sample for auditions:
“I see,” said Ruth, trying to keep her voice steady. She put back the dish and turned to face Mrs. Billy. “Mrs. Billy, I would appreciate it if hereafter you call me Mrs. Dowland and not missy.”
“Oh, I’ll do my best, but it takes getting used to now, don’t you know.”
Where did Robert and Madeline find these people, she wondered. She knew Jeremiah was Robert’s financial adviser, Cynthia Cramer owned and managed an advertising agency, Lucy MacIntyre was a top Virginian social-climber who knew enough about people to boost her husband Victor’s senatorial career, and Gloria and Ernie ran Gabriel’s, the best place to eat lunch in Washington.
“How could one man in one lifetime have two beautiful wives?” Victor said, putting a fork full of ginger glazed chicken into his mouth, chomping and winking at Ruth.
“Hmm, do you have some secret you’re not telling the boys?” asked Cynthia.
Ruth was annoyed that Cynthia sat at Robert’s right, her decorated fingers traveling across Robert’s hand like little soldiers of fortune.
“No secret, Cynthia, just very lucky, I guess,” answered Robert looking at Ruth with total love and commitment in his deep blue eyes.
‘Thank you for that,’ Ruth’s heart whispered back.
“Robert,” began Ernie, “do you remember how Madeline loved to surprise you with gifts? That adorable sculpture of a fawn she managed to purchase from one of Christie’s estate sales is one of my favorites.”
“And the gold bears…those are absolutely precious,” said Gloria.
“Hmm, my favorite is the horse in the hallway,” sighed Cynthia, those decorated fingers starting to crawl their way to Robert, but he picked up his wine glass and took a drink. The fingers sort of collapsed.
“Madeline had exquisite taste in art,” said Ruth. “Those pieces represent a highly developed knowledge of sculpture. We’re very fortunate to have them in our home.”
The table was suddenly silent. Ruth took a sip of wine and looked up at Robert. There could not have been more love in any man’s eyes. Mrs. Billy smiled at Ruth as she began to clear the table for Baked Alaska. It was the first sign of acceptance Ruth had had from her in their three month relationship.
“You’re right, darling,” said Robert. “But the real artist in this family is you.” Robert rose from his chair and lifted his glass. “To my wife, Ruth, who has made me the happiest man alive.”
The others rose and lifted their glasses, more out of obedience to Robert, it seemed from the look on their faces, than as a tribute to her.
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