Wanted: Actors, singers, performers for Dubai's indoor theme park

IMG Worlds of Adventure, the world’s largest indoor theme park scheduled to open soon, is holding auditions for actors, singers and performers seeking a role in the theme park’s upcoming live entertainment shows.

The theme park, which features Marvel, Cartoon Network, the original Lost Valley – Dinosaur Adventure and IMG Boulevard zones, also plans to give live performances to visitors.

The auditions, to be held at The Fridge, Al Serkel Avenue, Al Quoz 1 on January 5, 6 and 7, invite actors to showcase their skills in order to become part of the IMG Worlds of Adventure entertainment team.

The theme park is currently searching for multi-talented individuals who can sing and dance to perform as part of an ensemble, delivering six daily performances in the theme park’s brand new custom built theatre.

The successful actors selected will join a cast of performers who have already been cast during auditions that were held in London and Paris in November.

Those whose talents lie purely in acting can audition to perform for one of IMG Worlds of Adventure’s original interactive experiences, the first of its kind in the region, a statement said.

This soon-to-be-revealed attraction will include a guest experience where visitors can interact with actors, dressed in spectacular costumes while in character, it added.

To audition actors with significant experience and ability in acting, dancing and singing are invited to email IMG Worlds of Adventure’s casting agency, 39 Shots at Casting@39shots.com

When it opens IMG Worlds of Adventure will span 1.5 million square feet.

Last month, IMG Worlds of Adventure announced their adult ticket price and opening times. Entry to the four zones of the park will cost AED300 ($81) for adults with the price of children’s tickets to be announced soon.

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