Hey guys! Thank you so much for taking the time out to read my thread. That being said, I wanted to see if I could ask a few questions. I auditioned to be a character and I thought it went pretty well! I got a callback and was recorded as I acted some lines. Today, almost a month later after the audition, I got a letter of rejection from Disney saying I was pulled from consideration -- totally knew that might happen and was prepped for it. If I'm honest I am kind of bummed, however, I am still incredibly grateful for the opportunity and I feel encouraged to try again. Next time though, now since I have even more experience, I want to improve. Oh and I was given an incredible opportunity to be a part of the DCP in another role, a lifeguard, so I do plan on going still. My questions are is there a way to audition for a character role again while working down at Walt Disney World? Are my chances any better if I audition at Disney? Do you know what makes an actor stand out in the recordings so I could be better for next time? What do you think are some major influences that could cause a person to get pulled out of consideration after the auditions? And if a person who was offered a character role turns it down (which would be wild haha), does that mean people who were given a rejection letter still might have a slight chance? Thank you so much!