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Want to send your kids to college? Remodel your home as a shrine to Michael Jackson? Fund the first all-hamster space trip to the moon? Whatever your dream, Ryan Seacrest wants to pay for it. Maybe. If you beg for it. 


Executive producer Seacrest, whose previous producing credits include Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Bromance, is teaming up with a "major cable network" for a new show called Chance.

Contestants with a dream plead their case to a panel of judges, and they decide if they're going to pick up the tab. 

A casting call is being held in five cities, including Miami September 12. Details behind the cut. 
You must be at least 14 years of age to apply ‒ no DREAM is too BIG or too SMALL!  
SATURDAY, September 12th 
10AM-4PM 
SoBe Institute of the Arts 
2100 Washington Ave. 
Miami Beach, FL 33139 
FOR MORE INFORMATION, WHAT TO BRING TO THE OPEN CALL AND TO DOWNLOAD THE 
APPLICATION, VISIT OUR WEBSITE:  www.castingduo.com/chance 
Additional Open Calls will be held in: 
LA and Austin on Sept. 12th AND St. Louis and NY on Sept. 19th 
Visit our website for locations and times 


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