Started by KingdomHeartsBoy14, September 09, 2017, 01:57:12 PM
Quote from: bad-pink-tink on September 09, 2017, 02:57:55 PMI did a few Disney auditions a few years ago and didnt get through either. I asked after one about why I didnt pass, I was told I had passed the dance round and the height requirements but I was a bit too big, size wise and that I would need to drop 2 clothes sizes.After this feedback I was happy. Losing weight is something I can fix.Basically Disney costumes are standard size. When they do auditions they are basically looking for people to fit the costumes. Like me, I was the right height and the dance skills but I was too bigJust cos you didnt get through on this particular audition round is nothing personal to you. Try again in another few months. They may not have be looking for people in your height range at the audition you went to.Also the other person you spoke to, just cos he was shorter than you and still didnt make it does not mean anything. He may have been cut for a different reason. He might have been the right height but not the right size
Quote from: bad-pink-tink on September 09, 2017, 07:07:37 PMif he didnt make the height the day before, then there was no point in him going back the second day. For example, you went to Rome September auditions. They might have been looking for3 females -- very good dance- height 1.40m - size 121 female -very good dance - height 1.40m - size 10Then they might have London auditions October and look for 3 females- very good dance- height 1.5m -size 121 female-very good dance - height - 1,5m - size 12this would mean a female who got cut in Rome in September would make it through in London in October, just purely because the recruiters are filling different positions.