Halloween Horror Nights Is Back This Year; Now Hiring Scareactors To Scare The Living Daylights Out Of People At USS
Sign up if you dare to scare.
If you love Halloween and are especially adept at scaring people, here’s a temp job to add to your CV.
Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) is making its long-awaited return at Universal Studios Singapore (USS) from Sep 30 to Nov 5, and the folks behind HHN are now on the hunt for scareactors to scare the bejesus out of visitors.
The spook-tacular Halloween extravaganza will be back in its full gory this year, after a two-year hiatus — HHN 2020 was scare-ncelled while 2021 saw a pared down HHN exhibition in lieu of a full-fledged scare-fest.
While this year’s theme remains shrouded in mystery for now, you can be sure it’ll be teeming with all-new haunted houses and scare zones not for the faint of heart. There will also be laser tag shootouts to survive, themed dining experiences to enjoy and behind-the-scenes tours to marvel at.
Wanted: Scary people
But if you’d rather terrify than be terrified, consider auditioning to be a HHN cast member — more affectionately known as scareactors — and be part of the team that brings people’s worst nightmares to life.
Halloween Horror Nights auditions will be held from June 9 to 19, and interested parties can submit their auditions online at www.rwsentosa.com/ussauditions from June 9 onwards.
RWS has not specified how many scareactors will be hired for this year's shindig. However, the number of scareactors per night at HHN has ranged from nearly 500 to 600 per night, according to reports. Interested? Prep yourself by watching previous auditions here.