“A dream is a wish your heart makes.”

And if you’ve ever dreamed of dancing amongst princesses, Mickey and Minnie and their fun-loving Disney character friends, then you could be >thisclose< to making it come true.

Source: facebook.com/disneyland.hk
Source: facebook.com/disneyland.hk

Hong Kong Disneyland is currently looking for people who love all things Disney and more importantly, loves to dance and put smiles on theme park goers’ faces. They need dancers to perform in Hong Kong Disneyland’s stage shows, special events, conventions, and parades – both as part of a dance chorus, or as featured soloists.

But there’s a catch: applicants need to be at least 18 years of age and must be willing to relocate to Hong Kong. They should also have a well-grounded background in jazz and ballet (tumbling and gymnastic ability is a plus but not required).

Cinderella Dance

All you need to do is bring or wear appropriate dance attire and shoes to PJ Live Arts in Jaya One on 16th April. You’ll also need to bring a current, non-returnable photo and a resume. Of course, don’t forget to smile throughout your dance combination performance, which they will teach during the audition 😉

ADVERTISEMENT

If you’re successful, you stand to earn a monthly salary starting from HK$14,700 (RM7,500), work visa, and a round-trip flight to Hong Kong. So, what say you? Interested? Fill up this form to pre-register for the audition. Good luck!

Hong Kong Disneyland Dance Audition
Source: facebook.com/pjlivearts

For more information, visit PJ Live Arts, call 03-7960 0439 or e-mail [email protected]

Meanwhile, if you haven’t been to Hong Kong Disneyland, check out our coverage from Hong Kong Disneyland’s 10th Anniversary to give you an idea of what to expect 🙂

Previous article#Shanghai: Would You Want To Be Cremated In This Death Stimulator “Ride”?
Next article#GoT: Kit Harington & Rose Leslie Make Their Red Carpet Debut As Couple
Lainey
Eats, sleeps, & breathes music, but drinks mostly coffee & okay, some wine - sometimes, a little too much. A little too obsessed with the number seven, is deathly afraid of horror movies, believes that she writes better than she speaks, & currently feeling a little strange writing a profile about herself.