Director: Robert Gordon
Producer: Katie Ajemian
NYU Affiliation: Undergraduate
CORY (Early 20s) - male lead. A romantic more concerned with himself than others. He is a superficial man, and often relies on his good looks to establish a connection with people. After his facial surgery is botched, he realizes where he went wrong in his relationship and how the only thing that he and everyone really wants is to be heard and seen for who he is. A romantic, albeit overdramatic.
MICHELLE (Early 20s) - female lead. A scholarly young woman who just wants to be heard for who the smart and diplomatic woman she is. However, she’s been known to hold a grudge and often times have a short temper towards those that wrong her. She is a superficial woman, but she would never admit it.
DOCTOR (Late 40s) - Supporting role. He is a professional man but very affected by Cory’s arrogance. A stern and callous person, he/she tries to coat the tough exterior with light banter, and alcohol.
FRANKY (Early 20s) - supporting role. Franky was a victim in high school, who after graduation, bulked up and turned on the sensitive past he once had. He doesn’t like his own sensitivity and weakness and attempts to acknowledge those as parts he has. He compensates with his physique, but cracks of his humility shine through.
Rhinoplasty is a comic story of self-love, vanity, and massive facial reconstructive surgery gone awry. Rhinoplasty is a non-Union, undergraduate NYU student production. (SAG-AFTRA Student/Short Film agreements. possible for union actors). This is a non-paying job. However actors will be provided a copy of the finished production.
Please submit headshots and recording to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions must be received by Nov 16. Recordings can be on your cell phone, laptop, or any equipment as long as it is audible. Please email if you have any questions.
Dates of Production: Nov 28 - Dec 3