Study the training packets thoroughly before beginning this quiz. If you get 2 or more wrong answers your submission to be one of our performers will be immediately rejected.
How early should you arrive at your event?
10 minutes or more
Always Stay____& have your _______ memorized.
Busy, Buddy System
When do you text or call the parent?
10 minutes prior to walking up
5 minutes prior to walking up
Where do you park?
Out of sight of the party
It doesnt matter
What is the first thing you should do when walking up to your party?
Find the parent to collect your payment
What do you do with your QR code?
What comes first with activities?
What is allowed in your black bag other than your performance items?
Phone, Wallet, Keys anything extra. Its basically a purse.
Phone on silent and Keys hiding in the bottom of your bag.
What is the most important part of your performance?
The clients happiness.
When do we teach the children our ethics and values?
Through out the entire party
Only during story time
What is wrong with this birthday ceremony?
They should be standing and the child should be kneeling or in a chair.
If you are running late to a party who do you contact?
The parent and your manager
When do you start wrapping up your performance and move on to the ceremony and happy birthday?
15-20 Minutes before your departure time
30 Minutes before your departure time
10 Minutes before your departure time
If a parent taps you on the shoulder and says "more time" how long do you stay and how much do you charge?
$30 and 20 minutes
30 minutes and typically $50
When singing "Happy Birthday" where should you be located?
Right next to the birthday girl or boy
In the crowd
What are three photo ops themes for taking group photos with the children.
Gangster Signs, Themed Photos, Smiling.
Princess Poses, Silly faces, Smiling.
Themed Photos, Silly Faces, Smiling.
When do you collect gratuity?
Before your event
After your event
Should you ever break character? What if a parent asks you questions?
Only if no children are present.
It doesn't matter.
What do you do if a child insists you are not real?
Argue with them.
Explain to them the reasons you are real using your extensive character knowledge.
Who is responsible for damages to the costumes, props or missing items?
The performer is 100% responsible.
The performer is 50% responsible and Regal Characters is 50% responsible
Regal Characters is 100% responsible.
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