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Looking for an early 20-something year old Caucasian male to portray an 18th century soldier who was part of the American Revolutionary War. You will be portraying a Militiaman from Woburn, Massachusetts. Previous reenactment experience, or knowledge of 18th century dialect is a plus. We are looking for a conversational, natural delivery. Please do not over-dramatized. Please submit as soon as possible for consideration.
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This is for a Revolutionary exhibit for an upcoming national museum for a military branch. The exhibit will be used for museum and educational purposes. This is a non-union project. Usage: buyout in perpetuity for educational purposes. 2014-04-10 00:08:30 GMT 2014-04-14 21:00:00 (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 25 25 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 25 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 25 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
Parker led those of us who were equipped to the north end of Lexington Common, near the Bedford Road, and formed us in single file.
The British troops approached us rapidly in platoons, with a general officer on horseback at their head. The officer came up to within about two rods of the center of the company, where I stood. The officer then swung his sword, and said, "Lay down your arms, you damned rebels, or you are all dead men…Fire!" Some guns were fired by the British at us from the first platoon.
Captain Parker ordered every man to take care of himself. The company immediately dispersed, and the second platoon of the British fired and killed some of our men. There was not a gun fired by any of Captain Parker's Company, within my knowledge.
The English soon were on their march for Concord. I helped carry six dead into the meetinghouse, and then set out after the enemy and had not an armed man to go with me. But before I arrived at Concord, I see one of the grenadiers standing sentinel. I cocked my piece and run up to him, seized his gun with my left hand.
He surrendered his armor, one gun and bayonet, a large cutlass and brass fender, one box over the shoulder with 22 rounds, one box round the waist with 18 rounds. This was the first prisoner that was known to be taken that day.
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