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How to Become a Princess at Disney Parks in 10 Not-So-Easy Steps

Snow White

2. Think On Your Feet Let’s just say that as a Disney princess, you will need to be able to address, handle and/or respond to any comment, situation or scenario that may arise while you are in character in the parks. Kids and adults alike say and do the strangest things at times. A quick wit, professionally delivered will be ...

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How to Become a Princess at Disney Parks in 10 Not-So-Easy Steps

Autograph Book

4. Perfect Your Character’s Autograph Though you’ll be trained in the beginning on how to sign the name of the princess you’re playing, you’ll need to practice writing your autograph daily. No matter how many girls are playing the role of Tiana in the parks, every girl must sign the name “Tiana” in exactly the same way. This helps to ...

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How to Become a Princess at Disney Parks in 10 Not-So-Easy Steps

Since you were little, you’ve loved everything to do with Disney princesses. As a little girl, you dreamed of being Cinderella. You imagined yourself as Princess Aurora, dancing in the forest with the handsome Prince Philip. As you got a little older, you began to see yourself as the strong-willed Ariel, and you practiced telling Ursula that you needed no ...

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How to Become a Princess at Disney Parks in 10 Not-So-Easy Steps

Aurora-Castle

10. Create A Profile Account As with any job in the world, there is an application process at Disney Parks. First, you’ll need to create an account through the Disney Auditions web page. This is your portal to all of the auditions and upcoming employment postings. 9. Ace An Audition Because you are applying for a position as a Disney ...

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How to Become a Princess at Disney Parks in 10 Not-So-Easy Steps

8. Attend Training After you have nailed your audition, and Disney has offered you a position, you will need to attend mandatory training. Training lasts between four and five days. During those days, you’ll go through vocal training with a dialect coach, who will help you learn to speak with accents and even to mimic the voices of certain princesses. ...

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How to Become a Princess at Disney Parks in 10 Not-So-Easy Steps

Anna and Elsa

6. Know Your Story and Stay In It Whether you are playing the role of Cinderella, Ariel, or Rapunzel, you will need to be well-versed in your story. If you are playing the part of Anna, you’ll need to know that you’re from Arendelle, that you have a sister named Elsa and that one of your best friends is a ...

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8 Magic Kingdom Attraction Queues with Air Conditioning

Space Mountain

1. Space Mountain The queue for this coaster is all indoor and all air-conditioned. As Guests walk through the dark queue for this dark ride, they see posters welcoming space travelers to this journey. Brightly-lit star charts and maps line the corridors of the queue, and futuristic-sounding music plays in the background as Guests proceed through the queue toward their ...

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8 Magic Kingdom Attraction Queues with Air Conditioning

Dumbo Flying Elephant - Magic Kingdom

3. Dumbo the Flying Elephant This queue gets extra points for not only being air-conditioned, but for being extravagant and maybe one of the most fun queues you’ll stand in while at Magic Kingdom, especially if you have young children. That’s because this queue boasts a huge play area for kids that will have them and you thinking you’ve stepped ...

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8 Magic Kingdom Attraction Queues with Air Conditioning

Little Mermaid

4. Under the Sea Join Ariel, Flounder, Sebastian, King Triton and all the rest of the underwater cast from Disney’s The Little Mermaid as you board a moving shell and are immersed under the sea for a quick run-through of the feature film’s storyline. The queue winds back and forth, inching ever closer to the moving sidewalk where Guests board ...

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8 Magic Kingdom Attraction Queues with Air Conditioning

mickey-philharmagic

5. Disney’s Philharmagic This is a delightful show for which Guests wear their 3-D glasses and watch intently as Donald Duck tries to find his lost Sorcerer’s Apprentice hat, which belongs, of course, to Mickey and not to Donald at all. The screen on which it plays is one of the largest screens in the world. Thanks to the magic ...

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