BET's 'The QUAD' Atlanta Casting Call for a Shooting Scene

BET’s The Quad is now casting extras for a shooting scene in Atlanta, Georgia.

CAB Castings is now casting actors, models, and talent between the ages of 18 to 30 years old to work on the new BET series The Quad, in Atlanta, Georgia. Producers are looking for GAMU College Students for a shooting scene filming on Thursday, January 12th in Atlanta.

About The Quad:

“THE QUAD” will help tell a story about the ups and downs of an HBCU college and the effects it has on the students, staff and community involved. “THE QUAD” is filming in Atlanta, GA beginning in OCTOBER 2016.

To audition for a role on The Quad, check out the casting call details below.

THE QUAD Casting Call

CAB Castings LLC. is looking for PAID EXTRAS (Ages 18 TO 30) for BET’S new series “THE QUAD” filming in Atlanta, GA! WE ARE CASTINGS FOR A CAMPUS SCENE for THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 2017: - GAMU COLLEGE STUDENTS FOR SHOOTING SCENE (***PLEASE BE AWARE THERE WILL BE RUNNING AND LOTS OF MOVEMENT!!!) PRELIM CALL TIME IS 9AM ****WE ASK THAT IF YOU APPLY YOU HAVE AVAILABILITY FOR THE WHOLE DAY. YOU WOULD HAVE TO REPORT TO DOWNTOWN ATLANTA AREA !!!!!! The rate for extras on this production is $64/8hr, which you will receive in the form of a check in the mail. If available, please email the information below to [email protected] w/ Subject Line: QUAD 1/12 ALSO INCLUDE : - Name - Number - Age - Height - Sizes (Shirt, Pants, Jacket, etc.) - Do you have visible tattoos? If so where? - 2 Photos (1 Headshot/ 1 Full Body) *********PLEASE INCLUDE ALL INFORMATION ABOVE IN YOUR EMAIL FOR PROPER BOOKING!!! A member from CAB CASTINGS, LLC. will call you to book your attendance in a scene and confirm availability if interested in booking you for the show. ***SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY. Thanks so much and we look forward to seeing you all on set! =) - CAB Castings, LLC. What do you think? Discuss this story with fellow Project Casting fans on Facebook. On Twitter, follow us at @projectcasting.

If you are not local and/or do not fit the description, do not apply