That makes sense.Huh, this part is new.
"Due to high volume of attendees for Halloween Horror Nights auditions, all auditions will be by appointment only. Please sign up to receive e-cards to receive e-mail updates for when appointment sign-up opens. Look forward to seeing you there!"
Not surprising since a HUGE amount of people do show up. But remember to register, potential scareactors!
If you go to HHNs, and are a ABU, just to attend the event that night can they draft you?You are correct, Vyrus. A lot of ABUs try to knock out their mandatory five nights in the first two weekends so they're free to attend HHN whenever and keep their Universal employee benefits.
Nope. You have to show up at the sign-up spot to work.If you go to HHNs, and are a ABU, just to attend the event that night can they draft you?
The first week or two you might not work when you get in line for ABU, but rest assured you will work if you get in line the last week at any point. They'll fit you in wherever they can.Nope. You have to show up at the sign-up spot to work.
Lot of perk for not much? Sure, but ABUs get drafted a lot as the event goes on. You can pretty much count on 1/3-1/2 of regularly casted actors to drop out half way through the month.