Casting Opportunity: Be in a New Showtime Doc Series!

January 9, 2009
As we first reported back in December, premium cable network Showtime is developing a reality series documenting gay people coming out to friends and family. The team is gearing up to shoot the pilot, and they are looking for great interview subjects who live in the LA area. Here's the casting info, direct from the production staff: We’re looking for people who have already made the decision to come out to important people in their lives and are willing to share that journey with us.  Our production team, led by the Executive Producer of A&E’s Intervention, is sensitive to the delicate nature of this subject matter and we will treat you and your loved ones with the utmost care, dignity and respect. We want to give you a forum in which to show what life in the closet* is like, to explain why you’ve chosen to come out now and to accompany you during this transformational event.  (*You can be out in many areas of your life, but have felt compelled to keep your sexuality hidden from the people you now want to tell.) **We are looking for men and women of all races and religions, from all types of communities (rural small towns, suburban areas, urban centers, etc.) who are over the age of 18 and within a 150-mile radius of Los Angeles, CA. **If interested please email Adam Drucker AS SOON AS POSSIBLE at and include your Name, Age, Phone #, Location, Occupation, a JPEG of yourself and a brief description of your life and path to come to terms with your sexuality. PLEASE KNOW THAT WE WILL KEEP ALL EMAIL INQUIRIES CONFIDENTIAL. PLEASE SPECIFY: ANY TIMES WE SHOULD NOT CALL IF IT IS OKAY TO DISCUSS THE PROJECT IN YOUR VOICE MAIL HOW YOU WOULD LIKE US TO IDENTIFY OURSELVES IF SOMEONE ELSE ANSWERS THE PHONE (Also, please understand that due to time constraints we might not be able to respond to all inquiries and we apologize in advance if we are unable to reply to yours.)