A casting company is looking for both men and women for Parton's forthcoming show.

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
August 28, 2018
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Ever dream of rubbing elbows with the Queen of Country herself? Now's your chance.

Earlier this summer, Parton announced she was creating an eight-episode Netflix series based on her classic songs. Now, there's been a call for extras to fill a variety of roles, as the Atlanta Journal Constitution originally reported. The casting company involved in the process, Catrett Casting, shared that they are looking for extras to play the following roles: Enlisted World War II soldiers, 1940s townsfolk, war amputees (these should be real-life amputees), diner staff, and men who can make "facial expressions" to "portray stone-faced yet reactionary citizens." For more information on applying click here.

The series will be filming in the Atlanta area. The pay is $75 for eight hours of your time.

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Mingling with Dolly Parton and hearing the songstress perform within earshot, though? We all know that is totally priceless. Best of luck, ladies and gents.