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Six Flags Auditions
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 03/08/2014
11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Location
Six Flags - Human Resources Building

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The Six Flags New England Entertainment team is looking to cast over 80 seasonal positions for the 2014 season.  If you’re energetic, enthusiastic, and team focused, you will not want to miss out on this great opportunity to show off your talent and have fun while getting paid! All applicants must be at least 16 years of age and apply prior to the auditions at sixflagsjobs.com.

Available positions include: actors, dancers, ushers, drummers, seamstresses, stage crew, and sound and light technicians.  Selected candidates are guaranteed paid rehearsals and training.  Employees will also enjoy exclusive events, benefits, free park entry and scholarship opportunities!

All candidates are encouraged to arrive early as well as have a resume and a recent photo on hand.  Candidates should apply at sixflagsjobs.com prior to attending the auditions.  All performers should dress comfortably and be prepared for a short combination to be taught by a Six Flags choreographer.

Actors, including greeters: Must prepare a 2 minute appropriate comic monologue and may be asked to perform a cold-read.
Drummers:  Must bring drumsticks and arrange a 1 min. cadence and be prepared to improvise.

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