AMC’s new series The Son is now casting in Austin, Texas.
Brock Allen Casting is looking for Native American Indian men and women ages 18 and older to play Comanches in a new series for AMC called The Son, a period piece about the rise of Texas.
AMC is looking to avoid stereotypes and is looking to identify the real “Comanche” Indians. According to the casting call, AMC is producing a show with no “white savior.” and are creating a show to highlight the historical events. “The goal is to tell the story truthfully and allow the audience to draw its own conclusions.”
The open casting call will take place this Sunday, May 22nd from 1pm to 6pm at:
Best Western Plus
2200 S IH-35
Austin, Texas 78704
If you cannot attend the open casting call. You can email your headshot to email@example.com and TosawisPR@Gmail.com
About AMC’s The Son:
According to Deadline, The Son is based on the book by Philipp Meyer and written by Meyer, Lee Shipman and Brian McGreevy, The Son is a multi-generational epic tale of the story of America’s birth as a superpower through the bloody rise and fall of one Texas family. The show stars Sam Neill (Peaky Blinders) Henry Garrett (Poldark), Zahn McClarnon (Fargo), Paola Nunez (Reina de corazones), and Sydney Lucas (Fun Home).
For more information, check out the casting call details below.
AMC ‘The Son’ Open Casting Call
Please do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.
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