NBC is teaming up with the multi-talented mogul J.J. Abrams to bring the next entertainment sensation to televisions everywhere and you can be a part of it. From the man that produced Lost, Alias and Persons Of Interest and directed the blockbusters Star Trek, Mission:Impossible III and Super 8 comes the next worldwide phenomenon Revolution. Casting calls and audition for what is shaping up to be the next great TV hit are happening soon and so is your chance to make your big television break.
Revolution is set 15 years after a mysterious event that causes the world to blackout and lose all technological abilities. The world is now back to the time before planes, internet and communication technology and civilization has adjusted. Families set up in small corners of towns that are lit by candles and lanterns when the night closes in, it is a simpler time. Things take a dramatic turn when a militia arrives and murders a young town persons father because of his connection to the blackout. With two companions by her side she heads out to find answers to her fathers past and to look for a way to bring the world back to what it once was. The pilot will be directed by Jon Favreau (Iron Man 1 & 2, Cowboys And Aliens) and has lined up an impressive cast thus far including Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad, Once Upon A Time), Billy Burke (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Parts 1 & 2, Drive Angry) and rising Australian starlet Anna Lise Phillips and more parts are still available. This project is being hailed as one of the ones to watch this year and could be the perfect opportunity to start your performing career. Auditions and casting calls for a number of roles will be held very soon. If you would like to submit yourself for this production or for more information you can send them here email@example.com and make sure to leave a comment for us below and stay tuned for all of the audition updates for Revolution.
The role of a lifetime in what could be the television program of a generation could be yours. Submit yourself today for NBC’s Revolution.