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Holiday Performer Auditions at SeaWorld

Deadline: 09-22-2012

For Southern CA artists

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Time: 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Location:
Screenland Studios
10501 Burbank Blvd.
North Hollywod, CA

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Time: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Location:
Hubbs Research Institute at SeaWorld
2595 Ingraham St.
San Diego, CA

HOLIDAY STROLLING CHARACTERS AND SHOW HOSTS
Please prepare a one minute family-friendly comedic monologue. Be prepared to perform character improv and read from a provided script.

The Sugar Plum Fairy, Clara, The Peppermint Princess and the Nutcracker

Performers should possess strong conversational skills, poise and grace. Dance experience preferred but not required.

Mrs. Claus, Elves, a Doll and Jack-in-the-Box

Strong character actors with comedic and conversational skills to interact with our guests in a meet and greet setting.

Dad Host

Father figure, distinguished and warm. Must be able to play the ages of 35-55. A strong character actor with good improvisational skills, you will play three different characters in the course of the show.

HOLIDAY VOCALISTS/HOSTS

We are looking for both Male and Female performers for the family-friendly Holiday Shamu’s Christmas Show.

Audition material will consist of a monologue and musical selection, both to be provided before the audition date.

Male (Baritone/Tenor) Vocal Range A2-G4

Female (Soprano/Alto) Vocal Range A3-Eb5

Requirements: Must be 18 years of age.

Rehearsal Dates: Starting in November

Rehearsal Pay rate: $18 per hr.

Show Dates:
•Nov 16-Nov 18
•Nov 23-Nov 25
•Dec 1-Dec 2
•Dec 8-Dec 9
•Dec 15-Jan 5
Show Pay rate: $25 per hr.

All Applicants Must Apply Online At www.seaworldjobs.com Prior To Audition Date

ALL PERFORMER POSITONS REQUIRE A HEADSHOT AND RESUME

Deadline: 09-22-2012
SeaWorld
San Diego and Los Angeles

Contact: Anaid Ceron
email: anaid.ceron@seaworld.com
Website: www.seaworldjobs.com

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