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Dollywood Auditions Sat Feb 25 11-2pm

Regular Season Auditions

Singers
We are looking for country, musical theater and pop performers. Prepare three songs in the style(s) you do best. Include ballads and up-tempo songs. Bring sheet music in your key and CD accompaniment. An accompanist and CD player will be provided. Some singers may be called back later in the day for an additional movement and vocal audition. Must be at least 17 years old.

Specialty Acts
We are auditioning Southern Gospel and Bluegrass acts. Please be prepared to play three different numbers.

Stage Managers/Technicians
We are looking for stage managers with college, theme park or professional theater experience. We are also looking for audio engineers experienced in mixing live sound, video specialists, light board and follow spot operators, stagehands and backstage dressers. Interviews will be conducted at Dollywood only. For all other cities, applications will be taken at the audition site or you may mail your resume to: Dollywood Entertainment, attn: Tech Applications, 2700 Dollywood Parks Boulevard, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863.

Video Auditions
While live auditions provide the best opportunity for work, we will accept video-recorded submissions. For singers, perform at least three songs (up-tempo, ballad and something that shows your personality, a verse and a chorus is sufficient), do a 30-second monologue (no heavy drama or Shakespeare) and a brief demonstration of your ability to perform simple choreography (an excerpt from a show you performed in is perfectly acceptable). For specialty performers/small bands, prepare a three-minute presentation that shows a variety of what you can do. All submissions are to be on a DVD that includes your name and phone number and formatted to play on a typical US DVD player. Send your DVD and resume to: Dollywood Entertainment, attn: Auditions, 2700 Dollywood Parks Boulevard, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863.


For further information, call (865) 428-9553.

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