Usually it’s the Ghostbusters who get the calls when you’re in trouble, but this time it’s the other way around. There is a casting call out for metalheads in the Boston area for the filming of a concert scene at the Wang Theater next week, from July 28-30th. They’re looking people who are, well, metalheads! Specifically, they want predominantly people 35 and under, but so long as you fit the part you probably won’t get turned away. The gig won’t pay much, but they are at least covering parking and lunch. So go out, have fun, and get paid to do what you do on a daily basis: be metal! You might even get to see a ghost get busted on stage.
Billy Dowd Casting says it’s looking for people 35 and under — as well as older people who look like metal heads — to play the audience at a heavy metal concert in a scene that films from July 28 to 30. Dowd warns that the job doesn’t pay big bucks — but parking and lunch are included… To apply, send a clear and recent photo with your name, age, and number to [email protected]
PSA: Leave your bullet belt in your bag until your arrive at the venue, you probably shouldn’t wear it on your bus ride into the city.