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Confused about the Disney Cruise Line audition... now what?

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  • [Question] Confused about the Disney Cruise Line audition... now what?

    Hey there!
    I auditioned yesterday for the Disney Cruise Lines in Atlanta. I made the final cut to where they filmed my group for the casting director to see, but we didn't learn an extra/harder combination and no one tried on wigs or outfits for Face Characters. They grouped this audition in with the Walt Disney World auditions, so I was almost positive that we would do something other than the combination they taught us but they didn't. Does anyone know if this is the norm for Disney auditions now? Or how long I'll probably wait to hear anything if I do hear anything? As much as this would be my "dream job" I don't want to get my hopes up, but if anyone has any information I'd greatly appreciate it :-) Thank you!

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    Re: Confused about the Disney Cruise Line audition... now what?

    I know nothing about the process, but good luck!
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      Re: Confused about the Disney Cruise Line audition... now what?

      I am also confused I auditioned for Walt Disney World on March 18th in Philidelphia PA. And I made it all the way to the end of the audition where they split you off into groups. I was the only person sent to a place by myself. The casting director came over and said they would like to have me be a character look a like I'm 5'3" and she told me the character. She interviewed me and had me perform a improv skit playing that character. She said I did great and that I could leave and they would be contacting me. I have not heard nothing for almost 3 weeks, I am a bit confused to what is going on. How long does it usually take for them to contact you after your audition like that? If anyone has any information it would be great! Thank you!

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