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This page contains MockSides TM from our miscellaneous TV teleplays and screenplays with varying roles from major to minor. They are specifically written for audition practice and are ideal for casting director style workshops. Normally when an actor auditions for TV or film, they will receive a brief log-line or story description along with general character breakdowns. Our sides do not contain any elaborate breakdowns or even set-ups; we do this INTENTIONALLY so you can exercise your imagination as to what the story and scenes may be about. 

When making your choices and layering your character, you may consider the following SCENE STUDY EXERCISES  when using these sides:

  • What medium and genre does the scene represent (TV, film, drama, comedy, suspense, etc)?
  • What scenes may have taken place prior to this one?
  • What is the purpose of this scene (how does it serve the story)?
  • Which characters are leading, supporting, starring, co-starring, day-player, etc.
  • What is the purpose of each character within the scene?
  • What are the "moments before" leading into this scene (for all characters)?
  • What is the relationship between characters?
  • What are the intentions, wants or needs of each character?
  • What are the "moments after" for each character?
  • How is this scene supposed to make the audience think and/or feel?
  • What scenes are likely to take place later in the story?

The questions above are just to help you to make choices based on an understanding of the story.


Lost Treasures
Characters:
Winney, female, 60+, 8 lines
Linda, female, 40's, 8 lines

His Honor
Characters:
Melissa, 20's, assault victim, 3 lines
Edwin, 35+, Prosecutor, 3 lines
Elrod, 30+, Defendant, 7 lines
Judge Crowley, 50+, 7 lines

Bumps in the Night   
Characters:
Steven, 25+, 25 lines
Patrick, 25+, 27 lines (1 speech)
Deputy Barnes, 30+, 2 lines
Sheriff Beacon, 40+, 3 lines

Dead Source 
Characters:
Detective Carter: 13 lines
Detective Harris: 14 lines
Melanie (Waitress): 13 lines

Home Invasion
Characters:
Thomas (Husband) 8 lines
Billy, teen (paper boy), 6 lines
Victor, male, 2 lines
Melody, (Wife), 2 lines





Rest In Peace   
Characters:  
Keeper, male, 60+ 6 lines
Maureen, female, 16+, 8 lines

Friends and Lovers
Characters:
Morris, male, late 20's, 15 lines
Cameron, male, late 20's 13 lines

Third Party
Characters:
Ben, male, 12 lines
Jenny, female, 12 lines
Tom, male, 7 lines

The Friend Zone 
Characters:
Sandra, female, 10 lines
Mark, male, 11 lines
Gary, (slimy), male, 7 lines
Waitress, female, 3 lines 

Body on the Mountain
Characters:
Sheriff Haskins, male, 7 lines
Dr. Larson, female, 10 lines
Deputy Wallace, male, 3 lines




Serving the Judge  
Characters:
A.D.A. Borman, 30+, 9 lines
Judge Moody, malem 60+, 8 lines

Over-Turned
Characters:
Virginia, female, 40's, 4 lines
Thompson, male, 40 - 50, 4 lines

The Rise and Fall of Mikey
Characters:
Mikey, male, 9 lines
Cindy, female, 10 lines
Roger, male, 8 lines
Rebecca, female, 4 lines

Lundgren Lost
Characters:
Kelsey, female, attractive, 4 lines
Hunter, male, attractive, 4 lines
Mary, female 40's, 5 lines
Tom, male 40's, 6 lines

A Change in Management
Characters:
Mr. Halloway, 70's, 10 lines
Scott, 10 lines
Young Woman, 6 lines
Jeremy, 2 lines
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