Disney Cruise Lines Open Auditions in Los Angeles for Dancers & Performers

Disney casting directors are coming to Los Angeles to hold open auditions for dancers

The Disney Cruise Line will be holding upcoming auditions for male dancers, female dancers and performers for work on board one of their cruise ships which travels to amazing locations across the world.

The Disney company produces Broadway style shows on board their ships and is currently looking for performers to join their productions.  If you dream of having a performing job that you love and have the ability to travel to exotic locations such as the Caribbean? Here is your chance. The Disney company is looking for dancers and performers to join their team.

They are casting for a variety of Broadway musical theater style shows. Those chosen will receive 9 month contracts that include competitive pay, room and board, guest sailing privileges, and other perks.

They are looking for dancers that excellent stage presence, strong technique with an emphasis on ballet and musical theater styles. Tumbling and tap a plus. Also, they are seeking character / theater performers and dancers who have tumbling skills.

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Interested? Here is the open audition information:

Audition to make dreams come true aboard Disney Cruise Line®. The Disney Dream awarded BEST OVERALL LARGE CRUISE SHIP 2017 by Cruise Critic, now including our newest Mainstage show based on Walt Disney Picture’s Live Action Beauty and the Beast! The Disney Fantasy, 2017 Cruise Critic Cruisers’ Choice award.

Disney dancer auditions in Los Angeles

Male and Female Dancers
For: Disney Cruise Line
N. Hollywood, CA at Screenland Studios
Dancers Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 10:00 AM

Disney Cruise Line® hires a repertory company of 24 performers to portray roles in each of our musical theatre style productions. Toronto rehearsal begins late December 2017 with onboard performance contract ending early September 2018. Contracts include: competitive pay plus bonus, room and board, guest sailing privileges, and additional benefits package.

Seeking the following roles:

MALE AND FEMALE DANCERS WHO TUMBLE WELL/ FEMALE DANCERS WHO SING/ MALE DANCERS WHO TAP: Seeking versatile and exciting dancers. Must be trained in ballet and jazz. Some roles require strong vocal ability; others require strong tumbling pass. All Ethnicities.

TARZAN*: Male dancer, tap and jazz a plus, 5’7″-6″0″, lean & muscular build, good dancer, great smile, no fear of heights, performer will be trained on Spanish Web. Candidate must attend the Dance audition.

Audition Information:

Screenland Studios
10501 Burbank Blvd
N. Hollywood, CA 91601

Sign-in 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM. Late arrivals will not be able to audition.


Please click the “My Profile” button at the top of DisneyAuditions.com to create or update your profile before attending the audition.
Performers must be at least 18 years of age.
Be warmed up and ready to begin at time listed. Wear form fitting attire to show your silhouette, and proper dance shoes.
All dancers will learn a ballet combination. Selected dancers will move on to advanced jazz.
Advanced registration is not required.

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Abdul Malik

    Hi, is there a email where I can send my CV resume and video reel for an audition? I’m based in Singapore.

  2. Sandra Lynn Huang

    Hi! I’m currently working at Hong Kong Disneyland and I heard about the disney cruise line auditions in manila and signed up for it, I went to manila for that audition and it got cancelled due to government reasons. Will you still hold an audition there? Or we can send our resume and video reel?

  3. Jenn

    For females, it seems that being 5’1” is not an option. Why is this? I feel discriminated against.

    1. erica

      It is not discrimination. It is a stage show and they need the dancers to all be around the same height to not stand out in the crowd. It is pretty standard for large shows. The dancers are usually close to the same height. In the same respect, they probably would not cast a dancer who is 6’5″.

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