Please only apply if you are a BIPOC performer located in Lake Macquarie, Newcastle or the Hunter Valley.
At Dream & Believe Entertainment you will receive the training to provide magical performances and activities at events and the skills to connect with children and bring the characters to life.
- Reliable transport
- Must hold (or be willing to obtain) a Valid Working with Children Check
- Authorised to work in Australia
- Casual employee position
- Weekend availability essential
Cast Member Perks
- Competitive pay rate
- Full party training provided
- Work with a company providing only the highest quality costumes, wigs, accessories, performances and party packages.
- Safety is an important factor at Dream & Believe Entertainment and we never send a character to a party alone, therefore you will always have a second performer or cast member with you at events.
- Earn money whilst creating magic and making dreams come true!
- PLUS MORE!
The owner of this listing has agreed to abide by local 'working with children' regulations. All minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Audition / Rehearsal / Production datesVirtual interviews will be organised upon application. Training days for selected positions will be organised upon confirmation of employment. Events are mostly held on Saturdays and Sundays, so weekend availability is essential.
Payment TBC - - Payment rates vary upon the event. Payment rates begin at $50/hour with a minimum 1.5 hour booking. Large events can span between 3-6 hours per day, for multiple days.
The Evening Star Princess
The Evening Star Princess is a gifted cook living in New Orleans during the Jazz Age, with dreams of opening a restaurant of her own. When she is placed under a curse that transforms her into a frog, she embarks upon a musical adventure that changes her perspective on happily ever afters. This courageous princess is hard-working, talented, intelligent, kind, caring, positive and resourceful young woman. Singing experience is preferred!
Female, aged 17 to 50
- Ethnicity: Aboriginal / Torres Strait Islander, Black / African descent
The Wayfinder Chieftess
The Wayfinder Chieftess is a brave, young girl who sets out to return the heart of Te Fiti and save her island. She is sea-loving, headstrong, strong-willed, practically fearless, and physically capable. Though she has moments of self-doubt, she has great pride in who she is, and is generally too stubborn to back away from new challenges. Officially a princess, she prefers to be called a Chieftess and enjoys sharing stories and her native dances with party guests.
Female, aged 17 to 50
- Ethnicity: Māori, Mediterranean, Pacific Islander