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Busch Gardens Hiring “Scare Squad” For Howl-O-Scream

JAMES CITY-Busch Gardens Williamsburg’s popular Halloween event, Howl-O-Scream, returns this year on select nights from September 12 through October 31. To prepare for the event, the theme park is hiring a “Scare Squad” to help entertain guests throughout the park.

Busch Gardens is looking for enthusiastic performers who love Halloween and scaring others to add to the fun and excitement of Howl-O-Scream. The “Scare Squad” involves dressing up as characters like zombies, witches, and werewolves, and scaring visitors in one of Howl-O-Scream’s haunts and scare zones.

Interested individuals must be available for all scheduled event dates, be able to work long shifts with repetitive movement and vocalizations, and be comfortable wearing masks or make-up as well as working in dark conditions. Experience is not required, though be prepared to perform with passion and ready to scare. Starting hourly rate is $15.

For more information on how to audition, click here.

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