Casting Call For Reality-Based Courtroom Drama

Looking to break into the entertainment business?

Producers of a new reality-based courtroom show called “Domestic Justice” are holding an open casting call on Tuesday. They’re looking to cast three key roles: a bailiff, court clerk and commentator.

The casting call will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the studios of S-3 Entertainment Group, located at 16630 Southfield Road, entrance 5, in Allen Park. Those who plan to attend should bring a valid driver’s license, headshot and film or acting resume.

Producers’ Synopsis of Domestic Justice:

Domestic Justice is a reality-based courtroom show that showcases individuals who are embroiled in real life drama and seeking common sense solutions. This witty, informative and entertaining show will educate and enlighten viewers and litigants about different techniques to solve emotionally charged social problems they are encountering. Recommendations will be announced after the show that can be used to resolve the current domestic issue presented. The goal of the show is to offer positive decision-making and coping skills to prevent future escalation of these issues in a vibrant, lively and entertaining forum. Judge Vonda Evans, co-host of UB the Judge Radio Show and local area judge will use her extensive legal and personal experiences, in a witty and straightforward attempt to recommend a common sense resolution to end the discord between the parties.

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