Audition Due Date: July 5th, 2019

Production title: Kalila Stormfire’s Economical Magick Services

Production Type: Independent Audio Drama

Project length: End of 2nd season through 3rd season. Actor will be expected to be available for episode recordings & table readings ASAP through Spring 2020.

Role Sought: Indian/South Asian actor to play Indian/South Asian character

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Location: DC metro area OR remote

Compensation: $75 per full feature episode/mini-episode; $40 per smaller feature



After a controversial fallout with her coven, Kalila Stormfire must juggle complex clients and an anonymous critic hellbent on besmirching her new business.

The first season is was released bimonthly starting February 2018 through August 2018. The show will follow the expanded universe through the second and third season.

Actors with remote voice acting experience are preferred, but any general acting experience is encouraged to audition. I will be working with any remote actors closely through virtual table reads.



Audition Due Date: July 5th, 2019

Season 2 Table Reading: Mid-July 2019

Season 3 Premiere: Spring 2020



Mic Requirements (if outside of the DC metro area): 16-bit/44.1kHz that can be exported to WAV and MP3 (Yeti mic, H2n recorders, etc)

Please send no more than 5-minute recording of multiple takes of the sides provided for the character. You may also send a 5-minute recording of other voice acting experience. Please send audition and a short description (or resume) of yourself and your experience to and all audio should be in MP3 format.

Accessibility: If you require additional support, including Deaf or Blind accessibility to the sides/directing assistance, please feel free to reach out. I also encourage soft recording due-dates to help with anyone who needs that level of flexibility based on income, working hours, and other mitigating circumstances. I have been and am able to do last-minute rewrites to accommodate emergencies and self-care required on behalf of the actor.

Representation: I heavily advocate for more diversity in media and for that reason people of color, trans people, and people from other marginalized groups are particularly encouraged to audition. Trans women are encouraged to audition for Nadia Pillai. Nonbinary folx can audition for the character and, depending on discussions with a selected actor regarding pronouns, Nadia’s pronouns are open to change. ONLY INDIAN OR SOUTH ASIAN ACTORS WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS ROLE.

Anyone who is cast will also be encouraged to be an active part of the character-development process. While this show is also subject to sensitivity reading prior to sharing scripts with the actors, actors who also contribute to sensitivity work/consulting with the character will be compensated accordingly.

Anyone who is cast will also be encouraged to contribute voices for side characters and walla.





Preferred age range: Any

Pronouns used in the script: She/her (this is not fixed)

Only Indian or South Asian actors will be considered for this role.

Bio: Nadia Pillai is an unregistered changeling, which leaves her vulnerable to government action as well as discrimination. She participates in community building with Grimmer & Daughters and is beginning to get in touch with her own unique magick as a half-human half-fae person.


I, Nadia Pillai, am here to represent those changelings, and others, who require sanctuary.

I mean, how sad, right? But it’s not too bad. I survived past 16, which was a surprise. Now I have no idea how long I’ll last, so I keep searching. I’m not even sure what I’m looking for. It’s addictive though. The search. The hunger. Sometimes I feel like I’m drowning in it, starving. There’s no one else who has really understood that. They look at me, and they see someone who is just what’s the word? Aggressive. Ladder-climber. Ambitious. Whatever. But it’s more than that. It’s darker than that. It’s like I’m still grasping for something that’s long dead.

Isn’t that dangerous? Isn’t that going to make things worse? We...changeling magick hasn’t fit well on either side of the border.

Lisette Alvarez