The film is scheduled to be filmed in the Rogue Valley beginning in late October.

Kissed Elvis Productions, a Medford film company, has scheduled auditions for "The Bag," a drama about an elderly couple and their adult daughter.

Actors Peggy Stewart and Richard Erdman will portray the couple, and the daughter is being played by Medford resident Marlyn Mason, who wrote the screenplay.

Director Ray Nomoto Robison of Medford said the production will be shot with a mostly local cast and crew. The film is scheduled to be filmed in the Rogue Valley beginning in late October.

Local auditions are set for 6:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Fir Street Studio, (formerly Land Mind Studio) 327 S. Fir St. in Medford.

Actors should come prepared with a one-minute monologue.

Roles are being cast for Ms. What's Her Name, a speaking role for a female, age 25 to 80, an annoyingly friendly neighbor; Jan Todd, a speaking role for a female age 60 or older, a main character's friend and fellow bridge player; and two speaking roles for waiter or waitress, age 18 or older, male or female. Nonspeaking roles will include a male police officer, age 25 to 55; and three bridge players, age 60 or older, two males and one female. Extras will also be needed for a restaurant scene.

The pay range is $40 to $80 per day.