Looking for an acting opportunity in Chicago? This may be your chance.
NBC’s “Chicago Justice” is looking for people of all different backgrounds to play roles for a “giant” episode to be filmed March 30, March 31 and April 1, according to an open call posting.
Want to apply? Here's everything you need to know.
What casting directors are looking for:
“#BLM” - For the March 30 filming date, casting directors are looking for people of all ethnicities to play Black Lives Matter protestors, news crew, sheriffs, and photographers, according to a listing. Applicants should only submit if you have not previously applied for the roles. The pay rate is $80/8, plus $25 wardrobe fitting.
“MEDIA FRENZY” – Casting directors are searching for African American men and women with cars to play family and community members at a press conference for a boy injured in a shooting, the listing reads. The scene is a 2-day (March 31 and April 1) booking for anyone booked with their cars. Some may be asked to return on April 4. The pay rate is $80/8, plus $25 wardrobe fitting.
How to apply:
If you are in the Chicago area and fit the descriptions, submit the following information to TailSticksCasting@Gmail.com with either “#BLM” or “MEDIA FRENZY” in the subject line (if submitting for more than one role, please put all titles in subject line of ONE email):
MULTIPLE RECENT PHOTOS:
AVAILABILITY: (Please list any conflict from 3/28-4/5)
VISIBLE TATTOOS (attach a photo of the tattoos)
About "Chicago Justice":
The show, which was originally titled "Chicago Law," will center around the world of lawyers and prosecutors in Chicago, according to the listing. It is set to become the third spin-off from flagship series "Chicago Fire." Similar to how "Chicago Med" characters first debuted on "Chicago Fire," the "Justice" characters will be introduced in a backdoor pilot on the 21st episode of "Chicago P.D." this year.