CASTING CALL: Empire!
SHOOT DATE: Monday, 10/26/15
LOCATION: Downtown Chicago
ROLES: Concert Goers 211
To be considered, you MUST also send in a submission email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following:
1) Subject Line: Empire Survey Photo 211
2) Name, age, height, weight, phone number, email address and zip code.
3) A recent photo of yourself in a jpeg format. No selfies. No sunglasses or hats. We need to see your face.
NOTE: On Monday, 10/26, we have a concert scene with Jamal, and we are looking for cool/fun/hip/trendy adults, ages 25 – 55, female/male, and any ethnicity. We are still filling spots, but we need more Caucasian men in particular.
If we already contacted you about a booking, you do not need to fill out the survey for this episode.
Are you registered with us? If not, go to our website and follow the instructions to register with our company.
YOU MUST DO THIS BEFORE COMPLETING THE SURVEY.
If we do not have your registration, you CAN NOT be considered.
This serves as an availability check – not a booking. If we are able to book you, it will be on the project we chose based on your responses.
There are 3 steps involved in working on the show:
1. AVAILABILITY CHECK (OR COMPLETING SURVEY)
2. BOOKING EMAIL
3. CALL INFO
Here’s an explanation of what those steps are!
1. AVAILABILITY CHECK:
A few days before each episode shoots, you will receive an availability check for the dates we need you. You will need to respond with your availability for those dates ASAP. Or complete a survey with your availability.
An availability check does NOT mean you are booked!
Once we receive everyone’s availability, we will book people based on the needs of the production for those days.
2. BOOKING EMAIL
If you are booked, you will receive a BOOKING EMAIL. It will give you the details of the days you are booked to work. You must respond to your booking or you will be replaced.
If you respond to the AVAILABILITY CHECK or FILL OUT SURVEY, and don’t receive a booking email, it means that you are not needed for that particular episode. We will do our best to get a booking email to you no later than 48 hours of the shoot date.
If production has last minute changes, this can sometimes lead to a cancellation. We will do our best to book you at a later date if this happens.
3. CALL INFO
The day before your booking you will receive your CALL INFO. You can expect this email to arrive some time between 8:00PM and 11:00PM. This is because we do not get the official call times until they are finished filming on that current day. When you receive your CALL INFO email you are REQUIRED to respond. This is how we know you have received the information and that you will be there.
**** Must Live In The Chicago Surrounding Area To Apply ****
**Must be register with the Casting company to be considered**
***** Info On How To Register With The Casting Company Below ******
REGISTRATION – NO FEE
(Please Note: We recommend updating your registration with us annually, and for minors, bi-annually)We require a recent photo. This is casting, after all, and we need to know what you look like. In the case of the photo, it should be an attachment, in a jpeg format and under 1MB. It does not need to be a professional photo, just a decent single shot of just you with a generic, plain background. Please avoid bold prints in your attire, and make sure there are no items concealing your face and no selfies. Make sure you have decent lighting, so that we can see you!We ask that you provide the following information in the body of the email. This makes your information from the registration available for a quick searches. The more we know, the better able we are to cast you!Send email to email@example.com with subject line: RegistrationName:
Phone Number (Best number to reach you):
Email Address (Email that you check daily):
Zip Code (Listed on your Driver’s License or State ID):
Hair and Eye Color:
Tattoo/Body Piercings (please specify):
Do you own a bike, skate board, roller skates, etc:
Occupation (i.e. waiter/cop/nurse/paramedic, etc):Measurements: (which are important when casting parts that require uniforms)
Women: Bust/Waist/Hip, dress and shoe size
Men: Coat/Suit, shirt [neck/sleeve], pants [waist/inseam] and shoe size
List the types of clothing included in your wardrobe, such as business, formal, work-out, etc:
If you have a car include: Make/Model/Year/Color (which is important for production requirements and for us to understand your transportation)
If you are a minor, do you have a work permit? If so, who is the employer listed on your work permit? If not, please see Minors’ Registration Tab for instructions on obtaining a work permit.
Please give us a brief description of your general availability:
FO email you are REQUIRED to respond. This is how we know you have received the information and that you will be there.