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SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
1997 TALENT AUDITIONS!
Nebraska Regional Audition
Monday, November 4,1996
The University of Nebraska at Lincoln
Culture Center - Upper Multi-Purpose Room
333 North 14th Street
OPEN AUDITION CALL: l(h00 A.M. - 4:00 PM.
CALL BACK AUDITION: fcOOP.M.
• ALL PERSONS AUDITIONING SHOULD PROVIDE A HEAD SHOT k RESUME.
• Dancers: Prepare i one minute dance combination. Yon may be asked to ting.
• Simsm Prepare toor selections that display versatility. Provide sheet music in your
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Prepare a one minnte solo. Most be proficient in several musical styles. Must be able
to sight read chord dusts. MJ.DJ. keyboard experience a plus!
• AtffiOL Auditioning for actors/stunt performers. Actors prepare a one-minute
monologue. Stunt performers should have stage combat and high-fall experience and
provide a video if possible.
You must be at leost li years of age to audition. Rehearsals begin between January 4c
March 1997. Some positions begin late May. Employment tans February - September
depending on production. Employment extensions for special holiday shows nuy be
available fat some parks.
♦TscawcAi it Waipuosb wmvuww hm at thjt audition • Resume Required •
• Casting orvorruNmES available at other Six Flags Locations •
Fan isous mfoumahon call Six Flags Entertainment:
210-697-LTVE (5483) ox 314-938-5300 Ext. 363
All roads lead to one or
another of MDA’s 230 clinics
helping people affected
by neuromuscular diseases.
Muscular Dystrophy Association
JARED JANKOVICH, a junior electrical engineering major, bikes
through eastern Nebraska’s first few flakes of snow TUesday, but
the ground was more soggy than white as forecasters predict
weekend snow will be confined to western Nebraska. Highs were
in the 40s Tuesday, and are expected to be in the mid-50s today,
but temperatures will drop below freezing tonight.
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Representatives will be on campus to answer all your questions concerning the Wilt Disney WarU* College Program.
Interviewing; All Majors! Positions available throughout theme parks and resorts;
Attractions. Food A Beveraee. Merchandise, Lifeguarding, and many others!
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