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Jan 26 2015

If you are scheduled work on the ABC Television series “Nashville” – Here are your FINAL CALL TIMES & BOOKING DETAILS for work on TUESDAY 1/27/15


–WARNING: Strobe Lights will be used during this performance. Certain people with epilepsy and photosensitivity may suffer a seizure is exposed to flashing or strobe lighting. If you have any condition that may cause seizures you should NOT work at this performance!-


***Emergency number (615) 663-3621 if you are lost, running late or are unable to make it to your booking for any reason (MUST have a VALID excuse and proof will be requested) – DO NOT TEXT this number! We will not acknowledge text messages, you have to CALL if you have an emergency!


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 the earliest call time on the day.  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.


**All times are still subject to change so you absolutely MUST RE-CHECK THIS PAGE AGAIN before YOU LEAVE FOR WORK!!! 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 you FINAL confirmed Call Time!! CHECK BACK!!!**


Filming will take place rain, shine, wind, snow, etc. – regardless of the weather or early call time you are expected to be at work on set!!! DRIVE SAFELY and allow enough time for bad road conditions so that you can arrive to work on time safely. Even if it rains, storms or SNOWS – we are still filming!!   


We will NOT be in the office after hours so cannot replace you if you cancel last minute – so that means we are COUNTING on you to show up!! This is a small scene with very few extras so it will be a problem if we have no-shows or cancellations!


*If you are a TN Resident and have a valid TN Driver’s License, please BRING A PHOTOCOPY of your TN license with you to set! If you do not have a TN license but have one from a different state, it is not necessary to bring a copy. If you are unable to make a copy, we can do so for you on set but it will be time consuming so please do TRY to bring one with you!* ***EVERYONE MUST have VALID PROOF that you are LEGAL to work as an extra in the US! We can NOT accept foreign passports without the appropriate work visa or green card!! You MUST have TWO forms of non-expired ID**


**Please POST your first & last name at the end of this post so that we know you picked up your correct booking details. We are not overbooked so it’s important that we know EVERYONE got their information and will be there!!  Not posting does NOT mean that you don’t have to show up!! We will be expecting you whether you post or not, it’s just helpful to us to know that you got your details!! WE ARE COUNTING ON YOU TO SHOW UP FOR WORK!!



 Work Date:   TUESDAY – JANUARY 27th, 2015

(**Please EAT breakfast before coming to set as you MAY be arriving after our crew has eaten!! An afternoon/evening meal will be provided later in the day and Snacks & drinks will be provided throughout the day but breakfast will NOT be served. Please EAT a regular meal BEFORE you come to set!)










BRIDGESTONE/CONCERT AUDIENCE who have last names beginning with the letters A – D



STANDINS (Keith S., Jason B., Jeanie D., Diana S.)



BRIDGESTONE/CONCERT AUDIENCE who have last names beginning with the letters E – K



BRIDGESTONE/CONCERT AUDIENCE who have last names beginning with the letters L – P



BRIDGESTONE/CONCERT AUDIENCE who have last names beginning with the letters R – Z



REPORT to LOCATION ALL Standins and Extras is located at:  **DO NOT GO TO the real BRIDGESTONE ARENA!!!**

Production Stages – LOWER Stages

444 Brick Church Park Drive

Nashville, TN 37207


(*be sure to put the entire street address into your GPS and not just Brick Church. If you do not put Brick Church Park Drive you may end up in Goodlettsville and that is incorrect.)


*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!! You should arrive between 10-15 minutes early so that you are at the check-in area BEFORE your call time!! Be sure to take your ID and all of your wardrobe with you to the Extras Holding/Check-in area.  **IF YOU ARE LATE (even as little as 5 minutes) – YOU MAY BE SENT HOME without working!! BE ON TIME – we will send you home if you are not already in the check-in line at your call time!


EVERYONE MUST COME HAIR & MAKEUP READY as appropriate for your specific character type!!!! Please DO NOT show up with wet, un-styled hair and no makeup!! Ladies – Makeup should not be outlandish or overdone. Men – facial hair should be and tidy, not scruffy!


Wardrobe Instructions:

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.




*Never bring clothing with LOGO’s, intense patterns or super bright colors

*Avoid white but don’t bring all black either(unless your character specifies that)

*Bring only clean clothing without damages (unless specifically asked for)

*DO NOT bring dirty/damaged clothing or clothing that DOES NOT fit you.

*Make sure you bring clothes that really fit you. 

*Bring at least 3 complete outfits.

*AND put together the outfit you feel is most appropriate for the scene and that you feel good in and wear that here (of course also bring options)!


*Bring Comfort Wear: We are very serious about this. If your character requires high heels BRING slippers. The stages are cold BRING a jacket, Etc. NOBODY will judge you for being comfortable!


Bringing the proper clothing not only helps us but it will help your chances of getting more screen time. Read your characters description and only bring clothing that fits your scene.


How much to bring and how to transport it:

*Bring at least 3 complete outfits. Including foundation garments, jewelry, belts, etc

*Come to work wearing the outfit most fitting for the scene and that you feel good in.

*Bring your options on hanger or in a suitcase (NOT in a dirty wrinkled ball)


As an extra we ask that you bring clothing that will compliment our scenes and distinguish you as the group or role you have been booked for.  We ask as always you bring several options if you own them.  We do not allow any clothing with logos, bright white or neon colors, or very loud patterns, so please keep this in mind.  WE LOVE if you bring us choices that are NOT black.  Please always bring a warm jacket and comfortable shoes to wear off set. Unless otherwise noted, no open toed or sandal footwear is allowed and it is mandatory that you keep footwear on at all times on set!



Please bring a dark pair of jeans, no holes or fading, or black pants.  a black belt and black shoes (not too beat up)

Please bring a layered outfit, so like a t-shirt with a shirt and vest over it. Hoodies, light leather jackets, jeans jackets that are darker. Jeans, dark pants etc. Hats with no logo are good.  Colors: Black, greys, blues, dark green etc.


-Nashville Chic: Hip, cool looks that reflect the music business.
Men: jeans and blazers, nice dress shirts, sweaters, hip looking henleys and vest, leather jackets, hats-(cowboy and fashion)
Women: long sleeve dresses, or dresses that can have a jacket added, cute tops and jeans or skirts, a leather jackets, shoes and jewelry to compliment, hats. Please do bring things with a little sparkle, but not over the top.
Please bring several options. Colors: we prefer not to use black, or white, or anything highly patterned.  Jewel and earth tones, gold and silver are always appreciated.


Please bring a casual outfit you might wear out for a night downtown at a honky tonk.
Men: nicer dress shirts, henleys, long sleeve t-shirts, with jeans, khakis etc. sweaters, blazers, leather and other casual jackets.  Western, and other felt hats, jewelry. Please wear comfortable shoes, sneakers are ok as long as they are not too bright.  If you have visible neck tattoos, or extensive arm tattoos, please bring clothing that covers it.

Fun dresses and tops with jeans, or casual pants. Sweaters, leather jackets, scarves, jewelry. Please bring boots or shoes that are comfortable. There is no need to bring high heels etc. Please do not bring any dresses that are very short, unless you bring appropriate tights or hose.  No strapless or one shoulder tops either. If you have visible neck tattoos, or extensive arm tattoos, please bring clothing that covers it.  NO BRIGHT WHITE. NO LOGOS.…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………



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



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 withou that was not hired by Extras Casting. 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) 663-3621  (*if you get the voicemail leave a detailed message and we will get back to you as soon as possible!)

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