Meet Your Revolutionary Neighbor Patience Wright ZD826585
A not for profit organization in New Jersey is looking for someone to read a script of roughly 60 to 80 seconds that emulates a short biography of Patience Lovell Wright, who made wax statues to smuggle out American dispatches during the American Revolution. Still images will accompany the voiceover, this will be used as an educational tool for people to learn more about the revolutionary war and the sites around them in New Jersey.
2016-06-02 15:52:14 GMT
2016-06-08 10:00:00 (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
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The Voice Actor should be located in:
Flexible Price - USD 100 to USD 200
Via Internet: Not For Profit Website and Social Media
English - USA and Canada
Middle Age Female
• Audio files must be delivered via email OR • Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project
I was born on Long Island in 1725, but came to live in Bordentown, New Jersey at the age of four. My father, John Lovell, was a devout Quaker. By age twenty-one, I had become passionate about art, especially sculpting, and moved to Philadelphia, the center of the American art world. I married fellow Quaker Joseph Wright and we moved back to Bordentown. Joseph died unexpectedly in 1769. My older sister Rachel, also a widow, suggested we start a business making wax sculptures. Although we soon had two thriving waxwork salons in Philadelphia and New York City, I moved to London where Benjamin Franklin introduced me to important people who wanted to be sculpted. While they posed, I entertained each one with my views on current events. I shared my views openly and honestly with people of all stations in life, even the King. I was a strong supporter of William Pitt who tried to reconcile the differences between the British government and the American colonies. Throughout the war that came, I used my wax statues to smuggle out letters to the Continental Congress, passing on whatever military and political news came my way in my many business and social conversations. I also tried to help American prisoners of war in England and supported efforts to compensate Loyalists for their losses. I died in London in 1786 and my burial site is unknown. I had hoped to purchase a burial plot in New Jersey, but my death came before this was accomplished.
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