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FREDDY’S FLY GIRLS DANCE ROLES FOR “HALLOWEEN HORROR NIGHTS,” SO CAL ’S MOST TERRIFYING HALLOWEEN EVENT, BEGINNING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3

Universal City--Are you a limber dancer with an attitude seeking a role as one of Freddy Fly Girls? This Halloween event try-out is one of L.A.'s most popularly outrageous preparations for Halloween celebrations. Show up on  Wednesday, September 3 at 9:45 a.m. at Universal Studios Hollywood, 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA for a potential part in Halloween Horrow Nights.


“Halloween Horror Nights” will expand to 13 terror-filled nights beginning Friday, October 3 and continue on October 3-4, 10-11, 17-19, 24-26, 30-31 and November 1 beginning at 7pm . Tickets are available for purchase at UniversalStudiosHollywood.com.

 

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Preparations kick off for So Cal’s most terrifying Halloween event as Universal Studios Hollywood selects “Freddy Fly Girls” and dancers for other key roles in call back dance auditions for “Halloween Horror Nights,” which begins on Friday, October 3.

Dynamic dancers “with an attitude” will assemble at Universal Studios Hollywood to perform a series of elaborate dance sequences, choreographed to eerie techno-funk music. Dancers will be invited to don provocative attire befitting of their roles, including fishnet stockings, high heeled black boots, fedora hats and signature Freddy Krueger striped sweaters.

Issuing a dare to “Live Your Worst Nightmare,” Universal Studios Hollywood has ratcheted up the intensity level to present a new “Halloween Horror Nights” for 2008. This year’s event will pair Hollywood’s top entertainment scenic and special effects artists with a cast of thousands to create terrifying new experiences including a “Terror Tram” excursion that will feature a stopover inside the infamous Bates Motel, a new scare zone based on the hit movie, “The Strangers” and a bloodcurdling new “Nightmare on Elm Street” maze, all contributing to Southern California’s most terrifying Halloween experience.

Where to stay: Universal City Hilton Los Angeles is next to the theme park, offering all you could want in nice space, a clean place and convenient location.