TV & Video: Reality TV & Documentary

Event Themed Reality Show

Casting notice expires: April 14, 2014

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Jason Anderson, casting dir.

Production Description

Seeking a team to put on events for a reality series. Casting director states: "Beverly Hills to backwoods Alabama but always incredible. Every week, our A-Team overcomes project setbacks, crazy families & friends and more to pull off a huge event impacting the lives of real people."

Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations

Tentatively shoots fall 2014/spring 2015.

Compensation & Union Contract Details

Fees negotiable based on experience but on par with other unscripted series on major female-driven networks.


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Guru: In 2-3 minutes, tell us about the craziest, most amazing event you’ve ever pulled off or that you were key to pulling off. Do not tell us about your cousin’s killer Bah Mitzvah, even if Adam Sandler’s wedding singer played it. Okay, if you booked Adam Sandler you can mention it. Tell us about your real experiences and even your epic failures and how you dealt with stupidity and hurt feelings and screw-ups and disasters and everything in between to make dreams reality. The guru is a huge part of the show and you must prove that you’re the one.

Man’s man: In 2-3 minutes, make us laugh without working blue. Tell us your favorite kid story. Tell us your favorite marriage story. Tell us about how you helped your family survive a real-life Christmas Vacation on the threshold of Hell. You can even show us pictures of your kids (they’d better be cute), but don’t lay it on too thick. Rattle off manly facts that tell us you’re masculine but do it in a way that you don’t come across like a schmuck.

Chef: In 2-3 minutes, tell us why you can absolutely rock any meal and any dessert on a grand scale. You don’t need to have apprenticed at the French Laundry but you gotta pull off everything from duck breast with shaved black truffles to dry rub baby back ribs. Tell us about a fight with your boss or a co-worker, even if it didn’t end well, but keep it clean. Show us your tattoos but keep your clothes on. Tell us about the last meal you made for your friends or family that blew them away. Tell us about the craziest combos of flavors you’ve crafted which turned out as amazing as the fried chicken & Velveeta omelette at Roscoe’s Chicken & Biscuits in Compton. (Yes, it’s awesome!)

Designer: In 2-3 minutes, show us your designs, actual pieces and whatever else lets us know you can rock any buildout or event, the more incredible the better. If you’ve done grand affairs this is the time to share with the group. If you have some mechanical/artistic ability but aren’t exactly Monet or Gustav Stickley, act like it and make us believe that you’re the real deal. Tell us about something you made for a family member or friend that was at once stunning and heartfelt. You can even tell us about the most amazing wedding or soiree that you’ve ever attended and what made it incredible and what about it screamed real affection.