The Disney company might be a great choice if your young and talented. Make sure you are well prepared for the auditions; there is literally nothing to lose and the experience will help you for later auditions. Disney is one of the biggest entertainment companies out there. Extraordinary events take place at their theme parks and resorts every year with millions of guests being entertained in addition to their popular TV channel. The range of ways you can share your talents with Disney is unlimited. Some things you may want to take into consideration when auditioning with Disney would be first that some of the cast members were asked to share their personal experience from auditions. These stories are featured from time to time and you can watch them to understand what it takes to audition for Disney, and you can even email them as well if you have any more questions.
Punctuality is very important when arriving for a Disney audition and there will be a Cast Member there to help you as well. You get fifteen minutes to complete your check in and to prepare for the audition; especially if you are going there on location for the first time; make sure to plan carefully.
The room for the audition may seem intimidating but be sure to relax and remember to have fun. Everyone else was a child once and understands how it feels to be at an audition. Be confident in your skills and talent. The Disney Casting Director will run the show and give you instructions to help you. The room will be setup in accordance to the type of audition you are doing. Most auditions are closed door auditions with Disney; while it’s important to have the support of family; they consider the audition a place a child has to go alone, any one with you will have to wait in the designated waiting area.
There is a chance that you will be required to perform a monologue, this is a speech that is uninterrupted and directed towards another character. It is imperative to have a monologue on hand for all auditions. It’s like having a business card, even if you don’t think you need one you should have one on hand. It is good to have a comedic monologue and a dramatic monologue on hand and well learned at any given point and time. Going to acting class will help you determine the right monologue for you!
Here are some facts that back the Disney Company as the best place for kids and teens to get started in acting. The actress Selene Gomez is a prime example she started in 2004 with Disney as a guest star on The Suite Life of Zack & Cody; exhibiting here talents and strengths. When that contract concluded the roles just poured in; like the one she got on Hanna Montana and Wizards of Waverly Place; which she played the main character. This all led to recording songs and now she is a very successful actress and singer; with a beginning thanks to Disney.
Another great example is Miley Cyrus who came to fame through her role as Hanna Montana on the sitcom that was released on the Disney Channel. Though there is no exception, Ashley Tisdale is another good example; as she played Maddie Fitzpatrick in The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, another Disney Channel show.
Develop the skills to pursue your dreams as a Disney actor or actress and have dedication to that dream.