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Universal Orlando Resort Opens External Auditions for Halloween Horror Nights

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, certain theme park events and special celebrations have been touch-and-go, but Universal Orlando is still full speed ahead with Halloween Horror Nights.

Last month, they posted internal auditions for Scare Actors for the upcoming Halloween Horror Nights season. We’ve now noticed a posting for external auditions, so if you’ve always wanted to work in one of Universal’s haunted houses, now is your chance.

The listing is for both haunted house and street performers. It calls for candidates with slender to athletic build in various height ranges. Unfortunately, 5’4″-5’6″ need not apply.

Halloween Horror Nights Universal Orlando 29

There have been no official announcements as to the event’s official theme (besides recently released 30 Years 30 Fears merchandise), houses, or scare zones. But with the first night of the event in September, we’re sure to be getting updates soon. This is going to be Halloween Horror Nights’ 30th anniversary, so we can expect some huge thrills.

Do you have your tickets? Even better, will you be applying?

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Matt Doolittle
Matt Doolittle
4 months ago

I worked there for 11 years as a Scaractor, I’ve been in those outfits and in those greenrooms. As close as you have to be to your own teammates, guests and the like, HELL NO would I work that event this year. As safe as Universal wants to make it there are so many factors that go into even getting in costume before you head out that are just going to be way too dangerous right now. I won’t even go as a guest and I haven’t missed an HHN in almost 20 years.