- By Native News Online Staff
"Reservation Dogs" has a casting call for five Native Americans 18 year-old girls
The casting call specifies girls may be a slightly older, if they look younger. Hair must be chin-length.
Those interested must be available to work on April 17 and 18 in the Tulsa area with a guadian and must be available to take a pre-employment COVID-19 test with a guardian.
Those selected will be paid $80 for up to 8 hours unless specified otherwises.
Email [email protected] with the ROLE as the email subject line and send the following info:
- First and last name
- Full address (including city)
- Date of Birth
- Updated selfie/headshot
- Answer the question: Have you auditioned for other roles in the show?
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