Cities surrounding Boston are looking for creative-types and innovators for ABC show Shark Tank.
According to an open casting call posted to the show's website, on April 17th, entrepreneurs, innovators, and creative-geniuses have the opportunity to pitch their business plan to the members of SharkTank's casting crew, in order to possibly secure a spot on national television and get funding for their respective projects.
Here are some of the details:
Attend an open call where you will be given the opportunity to do a one-minute pitch of your business/product/idea to a member of the Casting Team—just like you would as if you were on the show…only the first 500 applicants are guaranteed to be seen so arrive early to secure your numbered wristband.
The casting call will take place at Workbar, 45 Prospect St., Central Square, early in the morning, and as the show’s staff stressed, if you’re interested it might be best to get their fast. Wristband distribution will begin at 10 a.m., and last through noon. The actual interviews will start just one hour after they start handing out the limited number of passes.
The try-outs are open to the general public, and applicants must fill out a bulk of information prior to arrival. “It is imperative that you complete your application prior to the open call because there are a lot of detailed questions on there that you may not have the answers to at the open call,” the casting staff said.
The packet of questions needed to participate in the audition process can be found here.
Good Luck, and tell them Project Casting sent you!
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