Eight chances to practice your craft are coming down the pipeline! Backstage listings include television series such as the new series based on the “Scream” franchise, theater opportunities on Broadway, as well as a faith-based production. See if any are right for you!
Amusement parks such as Cedar Point, Six Flags, and Dollywood provide a training ground for performers looking to stretch their improvisational, musical, and special skills.
Whether you’re looking for steady performance opportunities or an excuse to celebrate Dolly Parton, auditions for Tennessee’s renowned theme park are being held Jan. 17 and 31.
During a trip to one of the Disney Parks, YouTuber Blake Platt challenged “Beauty and the Beast’s” Gaston to a pushup contest, and the narcissistic villain did not disappoint.
While Tait has 65 film and TV credits, there's a good chance that you wouldn't recognize him in any of those roles.
Theme parks like Disney can be a great way for actors to get a variety of skills under their belts, from singing and dancing to character work and magic tricks.
What are you waiting for? Working at a theme park provides actors with invaluable training and professional working experience!
"Most of our performers use this as their day job while performing in other theater companies as well” says Cory Warren, the development director for the Garden Theatre in Florida and previously in casting and production at Disney World and Universal Studios.