Casting People with great ideas – Reality TV

By | July 7, 2010

Reality TV Auditions

Calling all mad scientists!

Powderhouse productions is casting people who have great ideas about environmental clean up… yep, Do you know how to clean up an oil spill? If so, then you may be perfect for this reality TV / Documentary casting call.

Seeking people with brilliant plans that can create a prototype of some kind whether it’s high tech or just made of card board and scotch tape.

Outrageous new show seeks backyard, mad scientist types for a very fun new show.

Do you have a brilliant plan for solving the oil spill? An incredible outside-the-box, new-and-unique contraption that you think could solve BP’s problems? And the ability to pitch some sort of prototype (even if it’s made out of paperclips and duct tape)?

Casting people who can think “outside” the box. Do you have an idea for a great new invention? No matter if you are a Mad scientist , Inventor , Teacher , Designer , Rocket scientist , Soccer Mom , HazMat Cleanup Crew , Environmental Activist , Library Sciences Intern , Retired racecar-driving Grandpa , Tinker Toy artist , Free-thinking spirit  or anyone that has some brilliant ideas about oil spills!
If any of the above may seem like you… apply for the show. send us a 3-5 minute tape where you:

1. Introduce Yourself
Talking DIRECTLY TO THE CAMERA, tell us your name, age and phone number. Have you been building robots in your basement since you were 15? Are you an amateur chemist? Hold the record for winning most soapbox derbies? Power-washing pro by night? What makes you perfect for this effort?

2. Your Crazy Idea
If you had 2 minutes with the BP Execs… what’s the plan? Lay it out all plain and simple talk us through it, step by step. (What are you doing and why are you doing it that way? What are the steps? What tools are you using? Why is THIS WAY going to work better than anything else?)

Please send your picture, bio and video to:
Powderhouse Productions Casting
212 Elm Street
Somerville, MA 02144

All submissions must be received by Friday, July 16, 2010!