Anonymous asked: when working at Disney are you allowed to keep your phone in your pocket??? or do u have to leave it at the dorms??
They really would rather you keep it in your locker but if you have pockets you can keep it in there. Just do not take it out or check it when you are Onstage in front of Guests.
Anonymous asked: so I was in your interview tag, and you had said they asked you about attractions, the "if a child wants to go on the ride but has not met the height requirement, what would you say or do?" I would say "sorry kid you're just a little too short, maybe next time!" with a smile. that's how I would respond to the interviewer so I'm just wondering what you said and if you think that answer would be acceptable? sorry this is so long I'm just nervous for the what-if ?'s!!!! Thanks love
When I answered that question I said I would tell the kid he wasn’t tall enough to ride the attraction and recommend one to him/her and his/her parents that I know he/she can go on that is somewhat similar to the attraction or one that I would think he/she would enjoy.
But answer to how you think you’d do in that situation.
Anonymous asked: I read on here that from the apartments to the parks, the bus takes 40 minutes. I was wondering how many miles it is from the apartments to the parks?
It only takes that long because of the many stops the buses have to take. The apartments aren’t that far from Magic Kingdom and Epcot. Hollywood Studios is a little farther and Animal Kingdom is the farthest.
mokabaci asked: Y'all are so patient. Thank you for all the information!
Anonymous asked: do you think having photography classes might better chances to being a photopass photographer?
It’s always a plus to have some kind of experience. If you aren’t able to get classes, I know for Photopass they’ll definitely train you.
Anonymous asked: is living alone at the apartments unrealistic??? like what do I say to get a 1 bedroom ???
If you get a one bedroom apartment, you will be sharing it with one other person.
dell1862 asked: To the anon that asked about higher chances if you're a guy. That is true in some areas, almost solely entertainment. Why you might ask? Well more performers are women because more of them are interested in dance and such. As for character performing that's almost all based on height, so no real bias there. But in general entertainment there is a better chance you can get in as a guy, though you have to be able to dance and sing. It's not a massive advantage, so isn't a guarantee to get in
Thanks for helping!
Anonymous asked: What happens if a cp goes to a non-cp audition? Are we able to get it? Would we get in trouble? Or can we get accepted and just leave the program?
For the Character Auditions, you have to go to one of the ones that were listed if you’re doing the DCP. I believe those auditions are for regular people who are applying to be a regular Cast Member with Disney. Unless you’ve filled out an application that isn’t for the DCP, I don’t think you’d be able to audition with that non-CP audition.
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