"CHICAGO FIRE" ALERT - - Casting Alert! For Wednesday, 9.25...ACCORDING TO "CHICAGO FIRE EXTRAS" ... we need people to work with their cars. If you have already worked our shows please do not submit. If you can work and you have a car that is not (red, white, or black), please send in a photograph ASAP with your height, weight, age and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org and put "M car" in the subject line and let us know if you can work 9.25. Send in ASAP
Cast Needed for Sketch Comedy Show
The “One Mic Stand” comedy TV show will be holding a casting call on Saturday, September 21st at 10am in Springfield, IL at the Hoogland Center for the Arts, located at 420 South Sixth, for a 3 episode sketch comedy show. The episodes will be shot in Springfield this fall and will air on FOX TV in select Central Illinois markets. There is no pay, however if the show is picked up by a network compensation is possible. The show will be along the lines of “In Living Color” and “Saturday Night Live”.
We are looking for the following:
Caucasian female 23-35 years old (athletic build)
One or two Caucasian males 23-35 years old
One Hispanic/Hispanic looking male 23-35 years old
One or two African American males 23-35 years old (muscular build)
Two African American females23-35 years (1 must have athletic build)
Good acting skills are a must. There will be numerous scripts for actors to read. Please contact Leanee Unland email@example.com to register. For show information contact Mike Pittman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The “One Mic Stand” comedy TV show will air on FOX TV in Central Illinois on Saturdays at 11:30p and will be shot in front of a live studio audience. The show will be hosted by Mike Pittman. Tapings will normally be held on select Wednesdays at the Hoogland Center for the Arts.
CASTING NOTICES AS THEY APPEARED AS ADVERTISED Just try it. I give casting call notices for Illinois since I grew up in the state. When I first moved to L.A. in the 1980s, I worked this circuit to get a better understanding of the business of show. I came back at age 30 and worked on newspapers and radio and newspaper syndications in Illinois, and more. Always kept my hand in many pots. Now, going back to Illinois from L.A. and back again...it goes on, when it can. I now do it more of a hobby as I approach my mid-50s. But, I like to update how the business works for those who are thinking the same thing I did after college. Going there was like getting a Master's Degree in the business, with on-hands work. While working as extra/stand-in in Hollywood, I also worked on newspapers (in the 1980s/early90s) and had a corner on the newspaper syndicate market for trivia and information/lists.
I've done it. So can you.