And no, we’re not talking about Big Rich Texas.
Word on the street (okay, in our inbox) is that Texas native/LA casting director Alicia Good is seeking starlets. Now that she’s signed on with Original Media (the “i die” production team behind The Rachael Zoe Project), Alicia’s getting back to her cowboy boots n’ roots: the company is currently casting for a new series “about Texas debutantes and all that goes into making them special,” aided by consultant/cast member Kimberly Schlegel Whitman.
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A few more details c/o Alicia:
- The show is for “a major women’s network” that will soon be announced, and is expected to follow mother/daughter pairs throughout all deb-related preparations (choosing a dress, dance practices, etc).
- Producers are looking primarily to feature mothers and daughters, but ball committee members and honor guards/escorts are also welcome to apply.
- Taping will begin in 2013, and the final episode will feature all selected girls debuting at their respective balls.
So, debutantes. If you’re interested in making your (television) debut, send Alicia an email with a few lines about why you and your momma (or your dad, escort, or BFF) are the stuff of her casting dreams: TexDebShow@gmail.com.
While you’re at it, comment below and tell us: Are you interested in applying? Why or why not?