Jackson Hole is to be the site of a Wyoming-produced feature film through July and August entitled “Mahjong and the West.” Producer Alyssa Carpenter says the production will require a variety of local actors for supporting roles and extras. To that end, she says the movie company is issuing a casting call Sunday and Monday for local actors of all ages – especially men aged 20 to 35, men and women aged 40 to 80, men and women of Chinese decent aged 40 to 80 and two female children aged nine to 12. The director of the show is Joe Muszynski who also produced “Peace, Love and Misunderstanding,” the story about an uptight New York City lawyer who takes her teenage son and daughter to visit their free-spirited grandmother on an upstate farm. “Mahjong and the West” is a story about a woman in her 20s who runs a New York interior design firm with her mother and returns to Wyoming for the first time since her childhood due to a family event. Information about the casting effort is available online at MahjongAndTheWest@gmail.com.