Woman driving (female lead)
“Can’t Get Enough”
By Baton Rogue Morgue
Producer: Oblivion Entertainment
Auditions: No formal scheduled auditions
One role: (female lead): See concept summary below
Pay rate: $400-600 (negotiable)
Intro before the song starts:
Woman driving alone on a dark, lonely roadway. Electrical on the car gives out, and the car rolls to a stop. A searing light appears from above, and we see a flying saucer in the sky above. The light intensifies, and she’s zapped out of the car. We see her next in some sort of vague, brightly lit examining room, laying on some sort of examining table. Most of her clothes have been removed. And we see the distorted point of view of a figure approaching her, her clothes coming off further without being touched.
(intercut with band performance video)
On another night, the woman is driving along the same road, and the same thing happens. She sighs a little when the car quits on her. We see her again on the examining table. We hear her muffled voice say something like “Is this going to be every night?”
Another night, same deal. We see the point of view of the figure approaching her, and her clothes slipping off on their own. “This table is really uncomfortable, you know,” she says.
Next night, same deal. Now there’s two examining tables, and she’s on a different one. “Seriously?” she quips as the figure approaches.
Maybe this part will be an outro after the song ends:
And finally, the next night, she’s zapped out of the car again, and finds herself in the same brightly lit room, but this time she’s on a large, soft bed – satin sheets, luxurious pillows, etc. She starts to undress herself for a change. We see the point of view of the figure approaching. “Do you have anything good to drink?” she asks. The figure stops for a moment. “Sorry. Just asking,” she says, and beckons him forward.