Monologues are a solo performance in which the actor is the only one speaking. They are used in auditions, acting classes, and theater productions as a means of evaluating an actor's talent and potential.
"The Marshy Mecca"
Shot in the beautiful Clark County Wetlands Park, "The Marshy Mecca" offers a unique versatile setting for your Reels. This setting works exceptionally great for following genres: Drama, Western, Horror
"The Scarlet Stones"
Shot in the captivating Red Rock National Park, "The Scarlet Stones" offers a warm and dramatic setting for your Reels. This setting works exceptionally great for following genres: Sci-Fi, Drama, Western, Action
Demo Reels are intended to demonstrate an actor's on-screen presence and ability to bring a character to life. They may include scenes with other actors and characters and may include a variety of scenes to showcase an actor's versatility and range.
Shot in Clark County's El Dorado Dry Lake Bed, "Bleak Terrain" offers a distinctive and surreal setting for your Reels. This setting works exceptionally great for following genres: Drama, Comedy, Western, Action
Shot in a secluded part of Logandale, Nevada, "The Wasteland" offers a eerie and "apocalyptic" setting for your Reels. This setting works exceptionally great for following genres: Horror, Action, Sci-Fi
The Reel Fleet partners with local studios across the Las Vegas Valley to help bring your Reel's vision to life. From Emergency Rooms, to Courtrooms, to Prison Cells & much more!
How It Works
Both Monologues & Demo Reels require a $100 non-refundable deposit. If you have multiple scene partners in your reel, each actor will need to submit their own separate intake form & deposit. Once you, and any other scene partners involved, have completed the intake forms & deposits, your scheduled shoot will be confirmed.
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Q: "How long should my monologues be?"
A typical film actor monologue may last anywhere from 30 seconds to 2-3 minutes, although there are certainly exceptions, depending on your specific needs.
Q: "How long should my demo reels be?"
Typically between 1-3 minutes in length, although they can be longer or shorter depending on the specific content and context.