Lights, Camera, Action...P-town!

If you are gay or lesbian, living in Provincetown or have a Provincetown story to tell, this may be the gig for you!  Logo, the new gay and lesbian cable network (channel 281 for most Cape cable packages) has sent out a casting call for the latest "docu-drama" from the producers of MTV's "Laguna Beach" and A&E's latest reality-based offering, Rollergirls.

Logo, is owned by Viacom, the same company that owns MTV, VH1, TV Land, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon among others.  This fresh, alternative network has been met with great delight by the GLBT community.  Logo  features a non-stop stream of GLBT content, from movies and dramas to musical specials,  reality series and stand-up comedy.

In fact, many of the stand-up comedians appearing on Logo have headlined in Provincetown including Judy Gold, Suzanne Westenhoefer and political humorist,  Kate Clinton, who owns a second home in Provincetown. 

According to executive producer, Jennifer Lane, the pilot episode of "P-town" will be shot in town during the  month of March with cast assembly taking place in February.  If "P-Town" takes off, it could prove to be quite a boon for the ecletic town at the tip of the Cape.

The following casting call may be found on the official Logo site:

Are you ready for the summer of your life? Provincetown is waiting for you!

The producers of MTV's "Laguna Beach" and LOGO, the new LGBT network, are casting a new gay-lesbian-reality-docu-drama series, "P-Town."

Do you live, work or play in Provincetown, Massachusetts? Would you like to try it out for the summer? We're looking for people who'd like to share their experiences... however mundane, however exciting, however great and however not-great they may be.

  • Did you just break-up and need to get away for the summer?
  • Have you heard that P-Town is a gay-friendly mecca and you'd like to get your feet wet?
  • Do you work at a restaurant in P-Town and wonder what it'd be like to be on a TV show?
  • Do you own a business on Commercial Street?
  • Do you know somebody who'd be perfect for this show?
  • If so, we'd like to hear from you!

    Please email us at
    [email protected]. Tell us your story, and please be sure to include your:
  • Name
  • Age
  • Where you live
  • Your phone number and e-mail
  • A photo of yourself

Whether you work in one of the shops on Commercial Street, crack open lobsters for the summer or enjoying dancing 'til the sun comes up (or at least until last call)  at the A-House, this may be your fifteen minutes of fame! 


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