CBS’s Under the Dome is ramping up production in Wilmington, North Carolina, and is now looking for talents to fill in featured roles in an upcoming scene.
Under the Dome follows the story of the inhabitants of Chester’s Mill, where a huge, indestructible, and transparent dome suddenly cuts them off from the rest of the world. In the absence of mobile signals and Internet access, they must find ways to survive, given limited resources, radio communication and rising tensions.
While the government and the people from the outside are attempting to break the barrier down, a small group of people try to figure out what the dome is, where it came from and when it will go away. The series stars Mike Vogel, Rachelle Lefevre, Dean Norris, Alexander Koch, Colin Ford, Natalie Martinez, and Britt Robertson.
Ideally, casting directors are seeking for an African American boy, around 9 to 11 years old. He will be carried by a cast member in a scene that will involve a live fire. However, there is nothing to worry about, as the production will take precautionary measures to have a safe working environment.
There will also be rehearsals beforehand, without fire and then with the flames. The child will be wearing a fire proof costume as well. Parents can either join the scene or just be behind the camera to observe. The boy who will be chosen will be paid $250.
If you want your child to be cast, please send a recent headshot and a full-body photo. Include his full name, age, phone number, location, height and weight, sizes and measurements, and experiences on Under the Dome or any other productions. Submissions will be accepted until April 20, 2015.
CBS’ ‘Under the Dome’ Casting Call for a Featured Role
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