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Outdoor Immersive Theater Show in TX   - Project ID # 1617891
Project Type   Live Event Submission Type   SRN
Location   Houston, TX Union   Non-union
Rate/Pay   n/a Release Date   10-20-20
Audition Date   Submission Deadline   11-08-20
Shoot Date      
Casting Category   Theatre - Non-Equity
Market(s)   Austin, TX>Houston, TX

Art Heist Experience is a socially distanced, outdoor, immersive true crime show in which audience members meet and interact with various characters associated with the still unsolved heist at Boston's Gardner Museum in 1990. Thirteen works of art were stolen, valued at half a billion dollars. Not one of them has been recovered. Not one arrest has been made.

Art Heist Experience just completed a sold out run at the Vancouver Fringe Festival. It is currently playing to sold out crowds in San Antonio and Austin.

Role # 1 - Anthony Amore Submit yourself for this role
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Anthony Amore is the current Head of Security at the Gardner Museum. He knows everything there is to know about the heist, investigates every new lead that pops up (no matter how ridiculous), and is still in daily communication with the Boston office of the FBI about the robbery. He is conservative, thorough, and patient. He\'ll start each audience group off, giving them the basics they need to know about the heist, and making sure they understand how the experience they\'re about to have works. He\'ll give them their mission: to gather enough information to make a guess as to who did it.

Searchable talent specs:
Gender: Male
Age: from 18 to 60
Ethnicity: Any -

Role # 2 - Harold Smith Submit yourself for this role
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Harold Smith was a career insurance investigator specializing in stolen art. He studied the Gardner heist on his own for decades. He suffered from skin cancer, resulting in an eye patch and prosthetic nose that sometimes fell off. He loved telling dad jokes. His role is to meet the audience at the end, engage them in conversation about which suspect they're leaning toward, and receive their guess as to who they think did it.

Searchable talent specs:
Gender: Male
Age: from 18 to 60
Ethnicity: Any -

Role # 3 - Rick Abath Submit yourself for this role
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Rick Abath was one of two guards on duty the night of the heist. He was a gigging musician who only took the job for the money. He played in a jam band and hosted parties at the Gardner Museum after hours. Could he have accidentally let slip some secrets about the museum's security procedures to the wrong people? Or was he an inside man?

Searchable talent specs:
Gender: Male
Age: from 18 to 60
Ethnicity: Any -

Role # 4 - David Turner Submit yourself for this role
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David Turner is a career criminal, who has recently been released after serving twenty years in prison. He's handsome and cool, and was able to deflect the charges for one violent crime after another until he was finally busted for his part in an attempted armored truck heist. He claims he had nothing to do with the Gardner, but did he give information that led to the reduction of his sentence?

Searchable talent specs:
Gender: Male
Age: from 18 to 60
Ethnicity: Any -

Role # 5 - Myles Connor Jr Submit yourself for this role
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Myles Connor Jr is a career art thief, now in his seventies. He turned down a Harvard scholarship and the possibility of a career in medicine or herpetology in order to pursue a life of crime. He loves telling tales of his entertaining criminal escapades, as well as his years fronting a rock band. He couldn't have pulled the Gardner heist, as he was in prison when it happened. But he's planned and executed crimes from prison before. Was he the mastermind behind this heist?

Searchable talent specs:
Gender: Male
Age: from 18 to 60
Ethnicity: Any -

Role # 6 - George Reissfelder Submit yourself for this role
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George Reissfelder spent sixteen years in prison for a murder he didn't commit, and was eventually exonerated. But the life available to him on his release involved the only people he knew: other criminals. He became a cocaine dealer for a Boston mobster, and died of an overdose a year after the heist. Did he have the chops to pull off the crime of the century as well?

Searchable talent specs:
Gender: Male
Age: from 18 to 60
Ethnicity: Any -

Role # 7 - Brian McDevitt Submit yourself for this role
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Brian McDevitt was a con man who spent two years in prison for a failed attempt to rob a small museum in upstate New York. He eventually moved to Hollywood and faked his way into the Writers' Guild, before moving to South America where he kept to countries with no extradition treaty with the US. He died in 2004. Or did he fake his death? His failed heist bore striking similarities to the Gardner, raising the possibility that he learned from his mistakes and got away with enough money to live in luxury south of the border.

Searchable talent specs:
Gender: Male
Age: from 18 to 60
Ethnicity: Any -