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The Seagram Museum
Pretend that The Seagram Museum emails this to you: "Hi. My name is Roger Sterling and I work in the marketing department of The Seagram Museum. A major renovation of the museum and was just completed – and now we’re searching for the new voice of the museum as well. The new voice will narrate all the exhibits (currently 54 exhibits, with an estimate 5 new exhibits to follow each month going forward), 12 short videos (with one new video to follow each month), and the walking tour of the grounds (which are very historic). We heard your demo and like the quality of your voice. Please record an audition of the script below (voice only, no music). We're looking for an educational style read – one good for all age groups (every day, we have school trips here, adults, and even senior trips). Please do not send any funny, hardsell, character, or monotone reads. Rather something that will hold the interest of most any listener. Please begin your audition by slating your first name, last name, The Seagram Museum audition, and the date. Thank you.
You’re standing on the site of the original Joseph E. Seagram distillery, now The Seagram Museum. These grounds incorporate industrial and architectural heritage dating back to the late 1800s. The combination of an original barrel warehouse and the new main exhibition building, results in this 40,000 square foot museum structure that just received a Governor General’s Medal for Architecture.
Remember to check Archived Contests next Friday to learn who won, with explanations of why they won and why others didn’t, and hear some examples of each.
The following entries are RANDOMLY sequenced. TO FIND A SPECIFIC ENTRY: