Robert Redford film "The Conspirator" open casting call in Savannah, GA

Tona B. Dahlquist, the extras casting director for the upcoming American Film Company feature film "The Conspirator" is holding an open casting call in Savannah Georgia, The production company is looking for a large number of adult males, of all types between the ages of 18 and 80, to be included as extras.

There is a special need for young adult males with slight builds, as well as men with facial hair, to portray Civil War-era soldiers. Production will also be casting adult females. Robert Redford is directing, with principal photography set to begin October 12, 2009.

You must bring a non-returnable recent photo, as no photos will be taken at the open casting call. The photos do not have to be professional headshots and can be a basic snapshot printed at home.


Oglethorpe Mall
Center Court
7804 Abercorn Extension
Savannah, Georgia 31406
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Saturday, September 19, 2009
10:00am - 2:00pm

Extras Casting:

If you can't make the open casting call, people (only LOCAL SAVANNAH, GA) interested in working as an extra can submit their photo/resume to:

Tona B. Dahlquist
Conspirator Productions
12020 Abercorn Street
Savannah GA 31419

Production Company:

Wildwood Enterprises, Inc.
725 Arizona Avenue
Suite 306
Santa Monica CA 90401

in association with

The American Film Company
The Firehouse
213 Rose Avenue
2nd Floor
Venice, CA 90291

Producers: Robert Stone, Brian Falk, Webster Stone, Bill Holderman, Greg Shapiro

Director: Robert Redford


James McAvoy
Robin Wright Penn


The story of Mary Surratt, alleged conspirator of Abraham Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth. Surratt's is a compelling story. A Washington D.C. boardinghouse owner who sympathized with the Confederates, she was allegedly part of the plot to kill Lincoln, supplying Wilkes Booth and his accomplice David Herold weapons at her tavern after the assassin had shot the president at Ford's Theater. Surratt's son John was also alleged to be part of the conspiracy. Mary Surratt was eventually convicted and hanged for conspiring to kill the president; her son went on the lamb and eventually was put on trial but was never convicted, living until 1916.