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Kings Island live entertainment 2020 casting call

Don Helbig

Area Manager Digital Marketing - Kings Island

Twitter: @DonHelbig 

  

Do you love the stage? Do you enjoy being in the spotlight? If so, then it’s time to loosen up those vocal cords and polish your dancing shoes!

Kings Island is holding dancer, singer and actor auditions next month in its search for vibrant, trained, talented and versatile performers for its 2020 spring and summer seasons.

The 364-acre amusement and water park is looking for male and female singers, dancers, instrumentalists, actors, parade and Grand Carnivale performers, costumed characters, dressers, costume staff and technicians.

Auditions will be held March 11-13  from 5-8 p.m. and March 14-15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Kings Island in the Human Resources building.

All performers and technicians will be seen in the order they arrive on the audition dates.

Please bring a head shot, resume and your availability from April through August.

Housing is available for all positions.

Singers:

  • Please prepare two songs in a pop or rock style.
  • Piano accompaniment will be available.
  • Pre-recorded music track playback is also available.

Dancers:

  • You will be taught a dance combination on site.

Actors:

Please prepare a family-friendly comedic monologue, no longer than two minutes.

Musicians:

  • Please prepare two selections in a pop or rock style.
  • Drum set and music stands will be provided. 
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