The producers for CBS new TV pilot ‘The Red Zone’ is looking for teenagers to work on a high school scene filming in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Marty Siu Casting posted a casting call looking for 30 High School students ages 15 to 18, who are available to work on a scene filming on Monday, March 17th.
The series centers on a retired CIA operative who, after a terrorist attack rocks Washington D.C., is pulled back into action and forced to investigate closer to home where the next generation of terrorists are made.
For more details and how to apply, see the casting call below:
THE UNTITLED NIKKI TOSCANO PROJECT: We are currently looking for 30 HIGH SCHOOL “CLASS TRIPPERS” (meaning your class is on a field trip), age 15-18, who are available to work with us on Monday, March 17th for approximately 12 hours a day.
You either need to be HOMESCHOOLED or have permission to miss school as these scenes will be filmed during the day time hours starting very early in the morning.
Pay rate is $68.00 for up to 8 hours, time & a half after that. Filming location is in Wilmington, N.C. and we are looking for locals to this area.
If interested, please email a current photo, & your contact info, A.S.A.P. to: [email protected] with the heading CLASS TRIPPER. Thank you.
Source: Marty Siu Casting