haven't posted on this thread in a long time but i'd like to say good luck to everyone auditioning (:
Hello, new one here.
Good luck everyone! Ill be at the Anaheim Auditions this saturday.
>.< nerves! eek!
quick question though: has anyone ever seen an asian Jasmine?? do they exist?? because i sure as hell have never. im aiming for silvermist being the obvious option, but i was wondering about other character options as well.
I want to audition for Disney Character Look-Alikes on January 8, 2011 at the Disneyland Resort. However, the information on disneyauditions.com states that applicants must be at least 18 years old. I thought you could work as a Look-Alike if you were 17 and a graduating senior? Also, if you're 16 when you apply but will be 17 by the time you begin to work, can you still audition? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I'm going down to Orlando tomorrow to audition on thursday & friday. SO nervous and excited :D
I think the most nerve-wracking thing is if I do (hopefully!!) get hired, I have to figure out how to move to Orlando and find a place to live! all by myself! haha
What are your plans about relocating if you get a job with disney?
Best of luck to everyone auditioning. I'm excited to hear the results and all of your experiences, I'll be sure to post what happens with mine!
Hi everyone! I am new to Mice Chat. My sister and I are going to the audition on the 8th.
Hey all! I'm new here and I have HUUUUUGEEE amounts of interest in auditioning. I apologize in advance for the obnoxious length of this post...
Welp, ever since my first trip to disney way back when in 1997 as a 5 year old, it has been my dream to work there. Specifically as Aladdin because well...Aladdin is the man. And I know, I know, THEY tell YOU who they want you to be and not vice versa but a kid can dream can't he? So I really just have a few questions regarding the requirements that they might have for said character or really any face character.
I'm about 6'1 170 pounds and I'm pretty lean/muscular and I like to think I'm somewhat good looking hahaha....
An obvious question would be about eye color. Have big old baby blues and I know Aladdin has brown ones. Is that enough to blow the part? Do people invest in colored contacts to score a certain role? Also is every prince role a wigged role?
I know, I know, what an overwhelming first post. So many questions! It's just I'm headed to WDW next Tuesday and they have an audition available while I'm there and I want to know what I'd be getting myself into! For instance, what is this storytelling business I keep reading about? Do we have a choice about what the story we tell is? I know Aladdin like the back of my hand, and most other Disney films fairly well but I'm worried they're going to throw something at me that I might not be as well prepared for! Help pleeasseee!? Thanks in advance!
Let me start out the rest of this post by saying that I've never actually auditioned, this is just all information I have read over my months of research :P
Anywho, eye color at WDW is pretty lenient from what I understand. If you have most everything else, I don't think the color of your eyes will be a big deal. They have a lot more park to fill than DL, so it's hard to find people with every exact specification of a character.
I'm not 100% sure about all men's roles being wigged,but I think they are. Since all of the girls are wigged, I would assume so. It cuts down on potential differences the kiddos might notice about the character from one day to the next.
I would definitely say to go audition if you feel this is something you want to do! You never know what might happen. I got to read about one girl's audition experience and she said that the storytelling portion was only about three sentences for her audition. Keep in mind that every audition is different though, yours may be longer.
I hope this helped!