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The Lacrosse Kids Stay In The Picture: 'Crooked Arrows' Now Casting

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Robert DeNiro.

Al Pacino.

Levar Burton.

Angela Lansbury.

What do all four of them have in common? They were all lacrosse players who parlayed their quick-stick skills into bigtime Hollywood & TV careers.*

*not at all true

Okay, well, maybe not. But perhaps that could be your story instead.

Crooked Arrows is the name of a film currently in pre-production about "a Native American prep school team and its unlikely rise to the league’s championship game." The film is being produced by Sports Studio, a company dedicated to making sports look as realistic as possible in TV shows and films. As such, they're looking for legit lacrosse players to be a part of their movie.

They recently did an open casting call in Baltimore during the Final Four. If you missed it, don't worry, they've decided to hold three more casting calls this weekend in the Tri-State area. So if you're nearby, have a lacrosse stick handy and have a hankerin' to be in talkies, here's your chance:

CROOKED ARROWS-Reebok Tri State Casting Tour

Friday, June 10
Hempstead High School (201 President Street Hempstead, NY 11550)
4PM – under 14 years old, male/female
5PM – 14-17 year olds, male/female
6PM – 18+ male only

Saturday, June 11
Sono Field House (365 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive Darien, CT 06854)
2PM – under 14 years old, male/female
3PM – 14-17 year olds, male/female
4PM – 18+ male only

Sunday, June 12
Summit High School (1125 Kent Place Blvd. Summit, NJ 07901)
10AM – under 14 year old, male/female
11AM – 14-17 year olds, male/female
12 Noon – 18+ male only

To sign up for this casting call:

  1. Go to SportsStudioCasting.com
  2. Sign up for your free profile
  3. Fill in your info, pics, etc
  4. Submit your profile for the Crooked Arrows Tri-State Casting Call
  5. Make sure you did the step before this one. It is incredibly important.

For more information about the movie, go to CrookedArrows.com.