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    Re: Disney Face Character Auditions

    Quote Originally Posted by roxystar68 View Post
    So I'm about a year to young to audition, but when I do, I'd like to go for a princess (or a parade character, since I'm a musical theatre actor/singer/dancer). Here's a pic. I'm thinking Belle or Snow White. What do you guys think?
    I think I'll post the link, since the image is HUGE when I post it here.
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    you'd make an adorable snow white!

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    Re: Disney Face Character Auditions

    Thanks
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    Re: Disney Face Character Auditions

    I say Snow Wite as well. =)

    Who could I be?... I'm also in musical theatre, but am on the petite side at 5'1 1/2 (I say 5'2.. shhh!).... I could do parade stuff, with heels, haha!

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    Re: Disney Face Character Auditions

    Your height and look is great for Alice, and I know you can nail the acting. In those two pics though, I actually see Aurora.
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    Re: Disney Face Character Auditions

    Quote Originally Posted by DayDreamerAlice View Post
    I say Snow Wite as well. =)

    Who could I be?... I'm also in musical theatre, but am on the petite side at 5'1 1/2 (I say 5'2.. shhh!).... I could do parade stuff, with heels, haha!

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    I say Aurora too! or maybe even one of the fairies...

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    Re: Disney Face Character Auditions

    Quote Originally Posted by DayDreamerAlice View Post
    I say Snow Wite as well. =)

    Who could I be?... I'm also in musical theatre, but am on the petite side at 5'1 1/2 (I say 5'2.. shhh!).... I could do parade stuff, with heels, haha!

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    Re: Disney Face Character Auditions

    Haha, she is a dream role I'd love to play! -wishes she were 5 inches taller!- I could be an Alice with cheekbones, though... Put some blush on me and a headband or a ponytail... Bam, I look like a kid.

    By chance, has anyone been a face character while doing the Disney College program? A girl in one of my acting classes did it at WDW as Alice/Wendy (she also said that they don't care if you don't completely look like the character and how the other girls hated her because she looked so unique with her sterotypical Jewish features) but then I read for DLand, if you're a theatre major, you can only be a fuzzy... Lame.

    Aaand I might have asked my question in the completely wrong place! Ah well.

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    Re: Disney Face Character Auditions

    Quote Originally Posted by DayDreamerAlice View Post
    ) but then I read for DLand, if you're a theatre major, you can only be a fuzzy... Lame.

    Aaand I might have asked my question in the completely wrong place! Ah well.
    What if you double major in theater and psych? That's what I am wanting to do...but I am not really considering the CP that much...

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    Re: Disney Face Character Auditions

    SO many theatre majors are doubling in psych! My roommate was theatre but is now just a phychology major! And I'm not science-smart enough to double major. And I only asked about the CP as means to get more acting and improv experience... and it's pretty much a giant, huge dream to work for Disney and not work at a vendor or do retail. I'm a performer, dang it!

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    Re: Disney Face Character Auditions

    beckix.o.x - can you edit your post about my friend - can you edit out her name please. It's in the quote area of your post. Thank you!

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    Re: Disney Face Character Auditions

    Quote Originally Posted by UCONNDisneyFan View Post
    So here's my question. I'm from Connecticut, so its a bit of a trek to head down to Florida. Do I pull out all the stops (and a couple hundred bucks) to audition, if I really only meet the requirements for Peter/Terrence, but am not too sure I look enough like them? I suppose the only true way to answer this question is to just do it, but I wanted to see what the experts thought first.

    Any suggestions or advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks all!
    I'm gonna agree with the other posters here. As someone who's driven from Arizona to California for three different kinds of auditions, I can say that even though I didn't make it past the first round (in all but one instance) it was worth it to me.
    It was experience if nothing else. Plus it was a great excuse to play in the park with my friends
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    Re: Disney Face Character Auditions

    Quote Originally Posted by mickatey View Post
    can i just say, AliceinWonderland, you are so stinkin cute!
    I definitely have to agree... I'm a little jealous.

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    Re: Disney Face Character Auditions

    Quote Originally Posted by UCONNDisneyFan View Post
    Hello everyone

    So here's my question. I'm from Connecticut, so its a bit of a trek to head down to Florida. Do I pull out all the stops (and a couple hundred bucks) to audition, if I really only meet the requirements for Peter/Terrence, but am not too sure I look enough like them? I suppose the only true way to answer this question is to just do it, but I wanted to see what the experts thought first.

    Any suggestions or advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks all!

    You may want to check before you head down there - several years ago, a friend of mine went from Boston to Orlando to apply: only to be told that they don't hire people unless they live within commuting distance to the park. This may have changed in the intervening years, but maybe not. So a little leg/phone work may save you disappointment (as well as a couple hundred dollars)

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    Re: Disney Face Character Auditions

    Quote Originally Posted by Kuzcochik View Post
    I'm gonna agree with the other posters here. As someone who's driven from Arizona to California for three different kinds of auditions, I can say that even though I didn't make it past the first round (in all but one instance) it was worth it to me.
    It was experience if nothing else. Plus it was a great excuse to play in the park with my friends
    That's just my two-cents
    Thanks for the input, everyone. I will definitely call them on Monday and ask about the residency thing. Does Entertainment work with seasonal CMs? I'm mainly interested in working over the summer/breaks from school. I figure I'd combine the audition with a day at the parks to relieve some of the disappointment.

    Like I said, I'm not even sure if I resemble either one of them. Below is my picture. Any thoughts? Even though they say their only looking for specific roles, would they even consider other/fuzzy roles if I don't have the face?

    Thanks guys!

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    Re: Disney Face Character Auditions

    Quote Originally Posted by DizneyPhotoGuy View Post
    beckix.o.x - can you edit your post about my friend - can you edit out her name please. It's in the quote area of your post. Thank you!
    sure!
    hmm..which page is it on??


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