A new SABC2 series Bone of my Bones has prompted a search for both experienced and aspiring actors.
Auditions for the brand new drama series will be taking place this Sunday in Tshwane as scouts haunt for raw talents.
Bone of my Bones is a 13 part series and is expected to hit the screen from February next year on SABC2.
The organizers are looking for men and women between the ages of 20 and 30 who can speak any of the following languages: Tsonga; Tswana; Sotho; Ndebele or Pitori Taal.
The participants will be provided with scripts at the audition ground.
The drama series tells the story of four male friends who have shared a close relationship since childhood. The main focus is on their experiences in terms of discovering love to exploring the triumphs and failures of relationships.
Auditions for the new SABC2 series will be taking place on Sunday 31 July from 9am at the State Theatre in the City of Tshwane.
Meanwhile, the aspiring actors are advised not to over stretch their talent to avoid ending up like the Nigerian actor who is currently fighting for his life.
All hell was literally let loose on fast-rising Nollywood actor Ani Iyoho after a special effect scene ended in disaster on the set of a Nollywood movie. The scene which included a fire stunt went out of hand, leaving the actor with severe burns.
According to another actor on set, while Ani was literally on fire, the fire extinguisher they had on set jammed.
To the dismay of everyone, the movie director Stanlee Ohikhuare continued filming the gruesome scene. He reportedly had the intention to add the real fire incident to the film.