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Feb 23 2013

If you are scheduled for work on the ABC Television series “Nashville” – Here are your **REVISED** FINAL CALL TIMES & BOOKING DETAILS for work on MONDAY 2/25/13. –updated as of 5:53pm on Sunday 2/24/13




Make sure to REFRESH your browser!! We are not responsible if you show up too early or too late because you did not DOUBLE CHECK for your FINAL confirmed Call Time!! CHECK BACK!!!**


If you were booked – you are already CONFIRMED so you are expected to show up!!! You are also expected to be available to stay on set and work for a MINIMUM of 12 hours from your call time. Occasionally it may be less than that but you should not expect to or ask to leave earlier than you are wrapped!! Doing so will be cause for not being booked in the future.


Filming will take place rain, shine, wind, snow or freeze – regardless of the weather or early call time you are expected to be at work on set!!!


Work Date:      MONDAY – February 25th, 2013


07:30am – The following BACKSTAGE ROAD CREW: Curtis Gordon, Michael Harris, Aubri Honeycutt, Anthony Larkins, Jonathan Okain, Alan Patterson, Bob Streit, CJ Summerfield, Becca Walsh (*YOU will be working FIRST up as SOUND CHECK RECORDING STUDIO PATRON and will then switch over late to be Backstage Road Crew – so you will need to follow wardrobe instructions for BOTH roles!!)




09:00am - RAYNA’s GLAM SQUAD: Jennifer Nelson, Janene Shank, Lindsay Timberlake

09:00am – STAGE MANAGER: John Root

09:00am – The following BACKSTAGE VIPs: Tina Bishop, Timothy Hutchinson, Kyle Mercer, Suzy Warolin, Tove Wright


09:30am – TANDY STAND-IN (Crystal B.), MADDIE STAND-IN (Jordan G.), DAPHNE STAND-IN (Kylie K.)


09:30am - The following BACKSTAGE ROAD CREW: Mandi Ashley, Gibson Cage, Jeff Dezern, Corey Odems, Nova Sisk, Kip Thurston


3:00pm: BACKSTAGE SECURITY: Tracy Allen, Mike Carson, Robert Cesternino, Butch Cook, Keith Logan, Tyler Samuels, Shane Thomas, Diesel Tyler


3:00pm - The following BACKSTAGE VIPs: Lisa Bolton, Kelsey Caran, Chris Clunan, Sharon Coley, Twjana Echols, Monica Johnson, Larry Montgomery, Matthew O’Brien, Kirsten Ostgard, Kevin Pafford, Andre Porter, Brandon Raymond, Donnie Richardson, Jimmy Vines, Annette Whitley


3:00pm- The following BACKSTAGE ROAD CREW: David Biondillo, Shannon Bryant, Tory Cole, Jason Hylton, DuRon Johnson, Dustin Knight, Lynn Logan


5:00pm – DEACON/CABBIE STAND-IN (Brian B.)


Parking Location for ALL Extras, Stand-ins and Volunteers:

Crew & Extras Parking – Production Office Stages

444 Brick Church Park Dr.

Nashville, TN 37207


- Look for the yellow signs with black arrows that say ‘NV’. Park as directed. You will be shuttled from this parking lot to the Extras Holding area

- You will check in with Justin or someone from the AD Dept.

*make sure to arrive in enough time to park so that you arrive at the check-in area at your call time! If you are just pulling in to the parking lot at your call time, you WILL be late and MAY be sent home without pay!!! You should arrive between 10-15 minutes before your scheduled time to allow for shuttle transport. Be sure to take your ID and all of your wardrobe with you to the Extras Holding/Check-in area


Wardrobe Instructions: Our wardrobe department has created a blog that will post the exact wardrobe they would like you to bring with you on the day you work. Make sure to double check that you are looking at the right DAY as well as  your CATEGORY. If you do not see the details for your work date listed, please continue to check back regularly.


YOU MUST click or copy & paste the following link to access the wardrobe blog:


Be sure to read and follow ALL wardrobe instructions given to the best of your ability. 


Everyone should come wearing your favorite 1st outfit and bring 2-3 other complete changes! If you look in your closet and say “ I don’t know if this is what they want me to wear” bring it with you and the Costume Dept. will make the final decision for you.


EVERYONE MUST COME HAIR & MAKEUP READY as appropriate for your specific character type!!!! Please DO NOT show up with wet, unstyled hair – Makeup should not be outlandish or overdone. Men – Facial hair must either be clean-shaven or neatly groomed. Don’t look scruffy!!

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Remember you need to be available and on set for a MINIMUM of approx. 12–13 consecutive hours from your start time. Please let us know immediately if your schedule changes and you become unavailable – so that we have time to replace you.

Please Report Rain or Shine to the set.   If it is raining, we will still report and wait until the rain stops to film.

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Bring your driver’s license and know your social security number so we can complete paperwork to pay you. YOU MUST HAVE A SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER TO WORK WITH US ON SET! If you don’t have a social security number please let us know ASAP!

Bring a black or blue ink pen with you to complete your voucher

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General Guidelines

·      We do not recommend that you bring any expensive or valuable item.  We are not responsible for lost or damaged personal items.

·      Please let us know immediately if your schedule changes and you become unavailable – so that we have time to replace you.

·      Please do not approach the actors.  They are working.  Pictures or video from cell phones are strictly prohibited.  Taking a picture or video on set are grounds for immediate dismissal and will not be tolerated.  Do not bring cameras of any kind to the set.

-       Do not bring anyone with you that was not hired by Extras Casting or who has not registered as a Volunteer. Only minors are allowed to bring ONE parent or guardian. Absolutely NO family or friends who aren’t booked in advance can come to set with you!


Background Actors’ Rules regarding Photos and Press

·      Please remember that all unauthorized on-set photography is forbidden (including from cell phones).

·      Background actors may not blog or tweet about their experiences on set.

·      If a journalist approaches you about your work on the film, please contact the casting office, before you provide any information about the show or your participation in it.

Ignoring these guidelines will undermine your affiliation with both the production and future local casting.

We hope you enjoy your time working with us on this show.  If you have any questions, please email our office.


Thanks and we will see you on the set!!!


Extras Casting

*Emergency number (615) 986-8412 (*if you get the voicemail leave a detailed message. It is NOT necessary to call back multiple times.)

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