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This is an e-Learning Scenario on Diversity and Awareness for ******************. All actors must read/record lines CONVERSATIONALLY. This is not a pitch or advertisement.
CONVERSATIONAL is a must.
Feel free to read for any or all of the appropriate characters (male actors for male characters / female actors for female characters); please, whichever characters you choose to read, PLEASE COMPLETE THE SCENE. If chosen, the producers will decide which talents will play which characters for the final recording.
Other than that, have fun, and thanks in advance!
*** Compensation is $50 per character, per scene. Actors may read (and be chosen for) more than one scene ***
2011-09-09 00:14:02 GMT 2011-09-12 23:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 0 0 1 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 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
In this scenario, an employee (1 FEMALE) speaks privately with a two members of her team (2 MALES) about a recent assignment that requires them to work closely with a coworker who is partially blind.
STEPHANIE: I don’t know guys. I really think working with Larry on this new assignment is going to be a real challenge…. you know, with his visual impairment and all.
JOHN: Well, wait a minute Stephanie. We’ve never worked with Larry before, so we really don’t know what expertise or strengths he could bring to the team.
STEPHANIE: John, come on. I mean, what kind of traction can we expect on this project if he can’t see? How he even got this job, I have no idea.
JOHN: Steve, you’ve worked with Larry before. What do you think?
STEVE: Well, Larry’s a good guy, and his ideas and follow-through have always been excellent. Are you really considering asking for a reassignment, Stephanie?
STEPHANIE: Actually yes, I’m considering that. I mean, we have to really think about our productivity here. I just don’t want to fall behind just because someone on our team couldn’t pull his own weight.
In this scenario, two employees (1 FEMALE / 1 MALE) have opposing viewpoints on religion in the workplace:
JAMES: First of all Minu [pronounced MEE-noo], thanks for meeting me for coffee today.
MINU: Sure James. So what’s so important that you need to talk about?
JAMES: Minu, look, I appreciate the work you do for our team. But … well I’m starting to feel that the religious practices you do at the office are becoming a real focal point, not just for me but I’m sure for everyone.
MINU: Wow, James. I don’t know what to say. My religion is important to me, and I won’t change what I do in the office as part of my religious practices, just to make you feel better.
JAMES: Minu, the praying is just too much for the office. I just don’t understand your customs, and quite frankly, nobody else does either. Look, all I’m saying is that you just shouldn’t practice your religion so publicly. It makes everyone feel… uncomfortable around you.
In this scenario, two coworkers (1 MALE / 1 FEMALE) are discussing a company project when a personal topic regarding sexual orientation is initiated.
RAY: …So as you can see, it just could make really good business sense to tap into these markets with very targeted messaging. Maybe something for senior citizens or the youth, maybe even connect with the Asian market here.
JESSI: I like that, Ray. But in none of these do I see any interest in reaching a core community in this area, which happens to be the gay and lesbian community.
RAY: Uhh…well… I hadn’t really thought about that market, but sure, I mean, I guess we could look into that.
JESSI: Oh absolutely Ray. San Francisco has a very large gay and gay-friendly population, along with several of these other cities in the research you’re presenting here. I’m surprised that you didn’t discover this earlier.
RAY: Hmm. (pause) Jessi… can I ask you something?
JESSI: Sure, Ray. Shoot.
RAY: Listen, I’ve heard the rumors … and I suspect they might be true….which, don’t get me wrong, it’s fine with me, but do you really think this is the right time and place to … promote your own personal gay and lesbian agenda?
JESSI: Oh my goodness! Ray, are you suggesting that…
RAY: No, no, no… (quieted) listen, in my personal opinion, two women together is just wonderful. In fact, I really can’t think of many things more wonderful than two beautiful women…together… but, keeping this strictly professional, I think we should do ourselves -- and the company -- a big favor and keep our personal persuasions off the table, shall we?
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