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Disney Recasts ‘Aging’ Princesses as Mary Poppins and the Fairy Godmother

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In a recent Bloomberg article, a writer revealed that he had learned plenty of surprising or amusing factoids while trying out various Walt Disney World Resort jobs for a week at the Disney Resort — and one thing that the writer revealed involved Disney princess performers’ mandatory shifts into other Disney characters after they become too ‘old’! It is already ...

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“I Got Passed Over”: A Disney Princess Discusses Racial Inequality in Auditions

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In a recent Insider interview with former Disney performers, several entertainers who played Disney princesses spoke up about the emotional toll that auditions involved. Contenders’ appearances are scrutinized intensely while casting directors determine whether or not their faces suit princesses in the casting call — but Helen Jane Planchet, a former Disney equity performer who played Disney’s Latina princess Elena ...

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“A Frustrating Part of Disney”: Former Disney Performers Discuss Auditions

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After meeting a Disney princess Cast Member in Walt Disney World Resort or Disneyland Resort, many female Disney fans will find themselves fantasizing about having that role. After all, dressing up as your favorite Disney princess and helping Disney Guests have a magical experience sounds fantastic! However, one Disney princess recently revealed the downsides of auditioning to play a Disney ...

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

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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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