Our pal Suzanne dropped us a line about a cool opportunity for aspiring thespians out there. She is casting for a hockey-related commercial that will shoot in the area this month, and she needs one metric butt-ton of extras. If you like hockey (or can fake like you do), live in the tristate area, and wanna earn an honest day’s living, read on!
Who should respond? non-union extras who can play hockey fans
When is the shoot? 4 am (!), Thursday, October 21
Where is the shoot? Laurel, Maryland
How much will I get paid? $148.75
How long will it take? Be prepared for a 10-hour day.
I’m down! What do I do now? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, phone number, and a headshot or snapshot of yourself.
Can you tell me anything else? Nope!
Suzanne has helped us out a lot in the last year, and she has become one of our pals. She got my Matt Bradley jersey signed and she liked my bulldog. Help us return the favor by participating in this commercial. It’ll be a blast.
Chris “Stick” Blake is a player in the NHL prominently featured in the majority of the top 10 hockey fights on YouTube. He just got suspended from his team, and now has to attend court ordered anger management classes. He’s not a bad guy… he just loses it when people are bullied. After an old friend shows up with a life-threatening problem, Stick focuses his considerable energies on solving it and discovers a new line of work—helping people that the law can’t. From writers Mark Altman & Steve Kriozere (“Castle”) and Executive Producers Steve Stark (“Medium,” “Girlfriends”) and Russ Buchholz (FACING KATE). From Universal Cable Productions.
This raises many questions:
Just because a show is picked up in pilot season does not guarantee it ever gets produced or makes it to air. In fact, most shows that we hear about are so apocalyptically awful, we never here from them again. We’ll keep you posted on STICK.
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