“I just remember looking down and seeing that five year old little girl, dressed in her favorite princess dress, looking up at me with the biggest smile on her face — and I just see myself in her. It is so magical.”
Kaitie Brown knew from a young age that her dream was to one day perform at Walt Disney World — and that’s exactly what she went on to do. After three years and 12 auditions, Kaitie was hired as a cast member, where she would perform several times a day, dancing up and down Main Street USA at the Magic Kingdom. Today, Kaitie is one of Disney World’s talent casting coordinators, and on this episode, she talks about what it takes to get hired, why auditions are — she swears — actually really fun, and what it’s really like to dance at Disney. Plus, as a four-time marathoner, she talks about how being a runner has made her a better performer.
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