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Yes, Somebody Actually Wants to Hear Your Dreams

by Jerome Weeks 12 Apr 2011 3:15 PM

Really. No longer will you have to bore your spouse with that recurring nightmare about doing Jell-O shots with Justin Bieber. A TV production company wants to hear your dreams.


Henry Fuseli, The Nightmare (1781), oil on canvas

Do you lie in bed at night, whispering to yourself, “Can’t sleep, there’s a frowny-faced gremlin sitting on my chest?” Are you tired of telling your spouse / sibling / parent / homeless stranger / parole officer all the details of the dream you just had, the fascinating one about meeting a robot Woody Allen while dressed as a lobster — only to have your listener go back to snoring or breaking into your car?

Does that happen to you a lot, Dear Reader?

Well, never let it be said we don’t listenbecause have we got an opportunity for you. Somebody — other than your rehab counselor — will actually pay attention while you recount all your  pointless but strangely compelling dream episodes! Yes!!

And talk about dreaming, they may actually make a TV show about them. And try to decipher them.

You guessed it: It’s a new reality TV show. Or, at least, the start of one. Abernethy Media Professionals is working on a docu-series about dream interpretation, and they’re looking for you — yes, you, the person who keeps dreaming about ordering the crab cakes at the Mansion only to discover the waiter is your Mom and dinner will be late.

We’re serious. Really. There’s a casting call. Here are the details about the audition:

We Want to See Your Dreams on TV

Are you plagued by recurring nightmares?  Do embarrassing dreams have you waking up in hysterics? AMP Productions wants you to share all the funny, freaky, and frightening details of these dreams with us for a new hour-long docu-series about dream interpretation. You can see the promo for our show by clicking on this link.

We urge any and all dreamers to attend our open casting session at AMP’s production office, 4308 Bryan Street, Dallas, Texas 75204 this coming Thursday, April 14th, between 2pm and 7pm.  Be prepared to discuss your most memorable dream on camera, and let us know how it’s affecting your life.  If you would like any additional information, you can contact us by e-mailing [email protected]