Well, believe it or not, it looks like lightning may strike twice. Unfortunately. And this time, it's striking Maine.
From the Kennebec Journal:
Casting Director James Stiles is putting out the word that he’s looking for two 'real Maine' women to appear in a television ad produced by supporters of traditional marriage.Well, if you're a struggling actor, you'll definitely get attention. Just maybe not the kind you want.
Stiles is looking for a 'teacher type' and a 'working waitress type,' both in the 35-45 age range. If you want to try out, he’s holding auditions from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday (Sept. 2) at the Howard Johnson in South Portland.
If you’re hired, it’s a three day gig that pays $500 a day.
Which leads me to my next thought. They need actors to spread their message. The first pro-marriage equality ad to hit the air waves in Maine used real Mainers.
How sad for NOM. NOT!