American Renaissance

NOTE: MUST BE LATINO

Email from FarMore Casting, April 30, 2007

[Editor’s note: We received a copy of the following email, which was forwarded to all faculty at the University of Southern California.]

From: FarMore Casting & Prod
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2007 9:19 AM
To: @usc.edu
Subject: Casting

Dear Nancy:

Good talking to you.

Thank you for offering your assistance. We are
FarMore Casting, a film and TV casting group based in Los
Angeles who is currently looking for candidates for an AFTRA One
Hour Weekly Primetime Series produced by KCET and to be aired on
PBS nationwide. The show is a fun, fast paced magazine format show
exploring the latest in science and technology.

It is for this reason that we are looking for your assistance in
contacting people who have a strong Science, Computer Degree,
Doctorate or PhD and are Los Angeles (or vecinity) [SIC] based.

Here are the particulars:

Host #1: Latino/a Male or Female; Age is flexible (preferably 25
to 45); With a Bachelor of Science, Computer Science Degree,
Doctorate or PhD. Must posses personality and appeal to hip, well-
informed, adult viewers. NOTE: MUST BE LATINO

Since we are holding auditions on Wednesday, May 2 time is of the
essence and we would appreciate a quick response. If you wish me
to contact another person in your organization please give me a
call and I will do so.

Please have any interested parties contact us through this e-mail
or call me and mention what organization they are
from. Or you may send us a list of any of your suggestions and we
will contact them directly.

If you wish to take a look at the format of the program please go
to: https://www.pbs.org/kcet/wiredscience/

Thank you in advance for your prompt response and assistance with
this matter.

Sincerely,


FarMore Casting & Production

(Posted on May 9, 2007)

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