faq

  • What is an audition like?

    This is a question that comes up quite a bit. In this area of the website we'll try to answer that, and give you all the information you might need for a successful audition.

  • Information:

    You can register for an audition from our audition page. First, note the category of the audition listed—either dancer, singer, actor, stunt artist, etc.—and read through all the requirements for each role. Can you see yourself in that role? Excellent! Hit REGISTER NOW and send us your information.

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    Yes, it is preferable that you do so. If you are at a city with a very large turnout, there is a chance you may not be seen if time does not permit, but we do our best to see all the talent that comes our way. If you do not register, there will be additional paperwork to fill out on site. Please bring a pen.

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    Performers must be a minimum of 18 years of age on the day of their audition to be hired by Twentieth Century Fox World.

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    After registering for one of our auditions, you will need to bring both an up-to-date headshot and resume. Please make sure they are stapled back to back. Bring water and a snack to keep your energy up, a good attitude and don’t forget to smile!

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    Please wear form fitting dance attire. While we do want to able to see your body type, make sure to wear something that flatters you, and most importantly, that you feel confident in. As each of our roles have different requirements, please bring different styles of dance shoes (clean street shoes, jazz shoes, character shoes, etc). For the ladies, a pair of heels is a must, though not all roles require wearing heels. For both men and women, it would be a good idea to bring knee pads if you have them.

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    You can register your clients via the same REGISTER NOW button that they would use, which is why we suggest that they apply for themselves to make sure information is correct and up-to-date. The registration is relatively easy and should only take a few minutes to complete. Please make sure both your email address and the performers email address are listed on the registration so that you are both copied on any correspondence.

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    One registration form per auditionee is required.

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    Audition for the category you feel you are strongest in. Our team will consider you for additional roles if they think you might be a great fit. Much of our talent will cross over between shows.

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    Once you have registered for role, you will receive a confirmation message to acknowledge receipt of your audition registration. Please watch your junk folder in case our emails slip by your main inbox. It will include any special details for the day of the audition.

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    We ask that you keep your entire day free. There will be a few rounds of choreography and/or callbacks. Our audition days start early and end late, but if you miss your window, we may not be able to see you.

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    Callbacks will be either on the day of the first audition or possibly on the second day. We do suggest you keep both days free to ensure you are seen again and probably secure a role!

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    Audition registration closes five days before the audition day. If you miss the window, you can still show up to audition, though we cannot guarantee you will be seen.

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    The casting team needs a current photo and resume. If you don’t have a professional picture, please take an HD photo with a smart phone in good lighting. No filters please. If you don’t have a resume, please google “performer resume” and create one. Don’t be afraid of white space if you don’t have a lot of experience. We just want to know what you’ve been up to.

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    Yes! We always look forward to seeing your artistic progress after a period of time. Our roles may vary each year. In addition, we will have special auditions for our seasonal events. If you made it to the end of an audition, please know that your information is still in our system.

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    We ask that you sing a 16-bar cut of a pop song of your choice to begin. If your registration email has additional material, please learn that as well. Also bring your book of music if you have one. It’s always good to have an extra song or two prepared should you be asked to sing another.

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    For singers, the movement call is more about personality and following direction. We understand that sometimes it takes a little time to get it perfect, but we are looking for potential.

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    A pianist will be provided at the audition location. We will not be providing a playback system as we prefer to hear you sing live with accompaniment.

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    Our creative team will teach you all the combinations you need to know on that day. We may ask you to freestyle, which is your chance to show us what you are best at. Don’t let that intimidate you though, as our roles in the park are completely choreographed.

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    Contract begin at various time of the year and are maximum of 12 months.

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    In-person auditions are always preferred anywhere audition, but we would still love to get to know if you can’t attend. Please send your resume, headshot, and links to your show reel with subject line “Attention: Online Submission” to foxworldauditions@rwgenting.com . You can also apply for our audition updates email list for casting openings and newly posted auditions.

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    We are accepting online submissions on a year-round basis. Please go to our Auditions page to register yourself for the Online Submissions.