Disneyland HK Auditions

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AUSTRALIAN AUDITIONS

Hong Kong Disneyland is looking for Male & Female Vocalists and Female Disney Character Look-alikes ready for a life-enriching experience in one of the world’s most exciting and exotic locales!

VOCALISTS

Mickey and the Wondrous Book
Female Vocalist Role: ‘Merida’
Height: 5’5 -5’8
Performer traits: Strong dynamic and expressive presence with Principal qualities
Mover with strong upper body / arm presence
Vocal range: A (below middle C) to C# (octave above middle C). Pop Sound
Female Vocalist Role: ‘Rapunzel’ / ‘Elsa’
Height: 5’6 -5’9
Performer traits: Strong dynamic and expressive presence with Principal qualities
Mover with strong upper body / arm presence
Vocal range: G (below middle C) to E (10th above middle C)
Female Vocalist Role: ‘Ariel’
Height: 5’6 -5’9
Performer traits: Strong dynamic and expressive presence with Principal qualities
Mover with strong upper body / arm presence
Vocal range for Ariel: G (below middle C) to E (10th above middle C)
Female Vocalist Role: ‘Tiana’
Height: 5’5-5’8
Performer traits: Expressive face and acting abilities with Principle qualities
Strong mover with good upper body and arm presence
Vocal range: G (below middle C) to F (11th above middle C)
Festival of the Lion King
‘Simba’ – Male, youthful African Prince destined to become King. Moves well. Pop tenor.
‘Scar’ – Male, African evil uncle to Simba. Menacing presence. Baritone.
‘Nala’ – Female, beautiful African Princess. Moves well. Pop Soprano.
‘Storyteller’ – Female, African host who tells the story of The Lion King. Soulful pop alto.
Welcome Wagon Show
‘Miss Kitty’ – The sultry and spirited proprietress of the local saloon in the new gold mining town of Grizzly Gulch. Singer/Actress/Street Performer that moves well. A brassy alto – strong G below middle C to C (possibly a mixed C#).

FEMALE CHARACTER LOOK-ALIKES

Females, 4’11” – 5’7″, are needed to portray Disney princesses and heroines from the following Disney animated features: Alice in Wonderland, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, Frozen, The Little Mermaid, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and Tinker Bell. There are no male roles available at this time.

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Requirements for Candidates:

  • All applicants must be at least 18 years of age at the time of audition and willing to relocate to Hong Kong for the duration of their contract.
  • Six month contracts begin in April 2016.
  • Please bring a copy of your current photo and resume.
  • Please wear comfortable attire; you may be asked to learn a movement combination.
  • Sign-in begins half hour prior to audition time.
  • Vocalists: Prepare two 16 bar selections of a song that best showcase your vocal range, and provide clearly marked sheet music in the correct key for the accompanist. Pre-recorded accompaniment tracks or a cappella auditions are not allowed.
  • Vocalists: Potential callbacks to be held at the same day afternoon.

Excellent benefits include roundtrip coach airfare, individual housing with paid utilities, shuttle service to and from work, medical and dental coverage, paid vacations and sick days, plus a competitive salary, a daily living allowance and a Magic of Disney.
For full details please visit: www.disneyauditions.com

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2 thoughts on “Disneyland HK Auditions”

  • Hi there, If i am in Darwin and cannot make any of the audition dates can i apply for a character look alike via photo’s or video feed?
    I have previously done character look alike work at Universal Studios in Singapore as Alice in Wonderland and Dorothy (Wizard of Oz).
    Please advise, as I would be extremely interested in any character position! I am available to move at short notice.
    Kind Regards
    Aimee Speak

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