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kelly Jones September 21st, 2004 05:17 AM

Working on a ship as Dancer
 
Hi,

My name is Kelly, i'm canadian from Toronto and I would like to work on a cruise ship as a dancer. I have experience as Tap, Jazz and Ballroom dancer. I would like to have more information where to apply, the salary and free time on board.

I hope you can help me with these questions.

Thanks

Kelly

foodstorekeeper September 21st, 2004 03:00 PM

Re: Working on a ship as Dancer
 
Kelly,

You may want to try sending your Resume by email thru Disney Cruise Line's site. I've worked with DCL for 5 (6 months/contract) contracts. Disney pays good money for professional dancers. Needless to say, Disney is well established. Check it out and send them your queries as well. Good luck, Mate!

Lisa Vides September 30th, 2004 03:43 PM

Re: Working on a ship as Dancer
 
Try Jean Ann Ryan as well (Miami based company).

Paul Motter October 1st, 2004 12:44 PM

Re: Working on a ship as Dancer
 
The cruise lines regularly announce auditions for dancers, usually in entertainment trade magazines in LA & NY such as "Backstage Magazine."

Here are a few of the better agencies actually doing cruise shows:

Morag Productions
P.O. Box 80-1736
Aventura
FL 33280 USA
Tel 305-937-2586


Jean Anne Ryan Productions
308 SE 14th St
Fort Lauderdale
FL 33316 USA
Tel 305 523 6399

Stiletto (Holland America)
http://www.stilettoentertainment.com...nowcasting.htm



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