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I worked at Merlin Entertainments part-time (More than a year)
good co workers who understand what its like,
managers are getting better
easy acting money,
allowed electronic devices while working
if you're consistent and looking for pocket change good option
As someone who worked for over a year at the San Francisco dungeon it was difficult at the start with no actors who wanted to work (got better but still has a lot of room for improvement).
Some unsavory co workers (most are gone) who at times almost actively tried to be horrible people. Bad co workers are rarely fired.
You always get the same non witty joke about working in a dungeon.
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I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Merlin Entertainments (San Francisco, CA (US)) in February 2015.
There's an interview, they send you on the tour and there's an audition for which you are supposed to prep a monologue and then cold read a script from the show. There were two of them there and they were very difficult to read. Don't bring much, the tour is an hour long and you can't put anything down.