General Audition Information
How often can I audition?
There is no limit on the number of auditions you can attend. However, you will only be given the chance to audition once in front of the panel during a specific audition. Click here to view upcoming auditions.
I am a current SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment team member – can I audition?
Yes. However, team members must be in good standing to be considered. Please contact your local Human Resources department to determine any restrictions based on your current employment status.
Can I send in material?
Although live auditions are always preferred, you can send us your audition materials.
- Please include headshot & resume
- Include 5-7 minute compilation as well as updated contact information.
- If you have multiple disciplines, put your strongest discipline first and limit your audition to 10 minutes.
- Please note: You may be asked to attend a live callback at a later date.
Send your updated headshot, resume and links to your audition/demo reel to:
[email protected] (please do not send large attachments).
Or, send your updated headshot, resume, and all media to:
SeaWorld San Antonio Auditions
Attn: Audition Coordinator
10500 Sea World Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78251
When is the next SeaWorld San Antonio audition?
Click here to our view upcoming auditions.
May I audition for more than one position?
Yes, you can be considered for more than one position; however, call times may vary and we may not always be auditioning for all entertainment opportunities at each specific audition.
Click here to view our upcoming auditions.
What kind of audition material are you looking for?
Audition material should be appropriate for family audiences. Please refer to the specific Entertainment Opportunity page for requirements.
Do I have to attend an audition to interview for a technical, costuming, or stage management position?
No. Technical, costuming, and stage management roles are posted online at SeaWorldJobs.com. A recruiter from Human Resources will review your application and contact you regarding your application status.
Can I apply prior to attending an audition?
Yes, we strongly recommend you do so. This will make your audition sign-in process quicker on the day of the audition. View our upcoming auditions and select the link within the audition notice to complete the application for a specific position. Additionally, download and complete the following paperwork before arriving to help expedite the process:
- Audition Paperwork (This paperwork can be downloaded by visiting the specific Audition Posting)
- Fill out pink sections on both the front and back of this form.
Audition Day Information
How long do auditions take?
Audition lengths can vary. Please be patient with the process and be prepared to wait.
What do I need to bring to the audition?
Each audition is different. Please refer to the specific Entertainment Opportunity page for requirements.
Is there anything I should do to prepare for my audition?
Please refer to the specific Entertainment Opportunity page for requirements.
Will my audition have a time limit?
Please refer to the specific Entertainment Opportunity page for restrictions.
When should I arrive for my audition?
Please plan to arrive by the call time for the entertainment opportunity listed on the specific audition (View our upcoming auditions). Please note: You will be seen in the order in which you arrive, so we recommend 15-30 minutes before the call time.
What is the difference between seasonal, variable, part time, and rel="noopener noreferrer" full time?
Please click here for information on team member statuses. It is important to note, seasonal team members must re-audition each season.
I am interested in a leadership role. Where do I apply?
Leadership positions are posted on the SeaWorldJobs.com website. Postings are updated as positions become available, so we recommend checking the site frequently.
Application and Employment Process
When will I hear back about a role I auditioned for? How long will it take for a recruiter to contact me about a position that I have applied for?
Each audition timeline and process is different. You will be contacted by a recruiter from Human Resources or a representative from the Entertainment team with the results of your audition as soon as casting/hiring decisions have been made.
How long does it take to fill out an online application?
It varies by individual. Expect to spend approximately fifteen to thirty minutes completing the application.
Do I need to include a resume with my application?
Yes. The more information you provide on the application, the better. Adding a resume is helpful for the hiring team to learn more about your performance history and skills. We also encourage you to bring a headshot and hard copy resume, to be attached to your paperwork and retained by the audition team.
Are all jobs posted on your site currently available?
Due to the nature of our business, we are not always hiring all entertainment opportunities listed on the website. Please refer to current audition postings for more information.
Job Requirements and Benefits
Is there an age requirement for Entertainment positions?
Age requirements vary by location and position. Please refer to the Entertainment Opportunity pages and specific job postings.
Does SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment support a drug free workplace?
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment is committed to providing a work environment that is drug free. Candidates are required to submit to a substance abuse test for the presence of illegal substances.
Do you offer flexible schedules for individuals seeking part-time positions?
Yes. Part-time positions or seasonal positions with flexible schedules are available at all of our park locations. Please feel free to ask our audition sign-in team for more information regarding part-time and seasonal opportunities.
How can I learn more about the benefits associated with working at SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment?
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment is proud to be a leader in the industry, especially in the areas rel="noopener noreferrer" of team member benefits. Click here to learn more about the benefits associated with full-time, part-time and seasonal positions.