Similar to American idol, all auditions are closed which means family members and friends are not allowed to watch. They can wait in the holding area so they can meet their child once their number is over.
If you make it, you now have to get an entertainment work permit because this is required by law. This should be signed by your parents and at times your school principal since education is still a priority given your age. This has to be shown every time you report for work and renewed after 6 months.
In time, your acting career will flourish from a television show to maybe even a movie. Take for example High School musical which people did not expect to be so popular and within months, the High School Musical 3 will be shown in the theaters.
Your acting career does not end the moment you leave Disney because you will always take this with you wherever you go. Take for instance Hayden Panettiere who is now part of the hit show Heroes. She started with Disney in 1998 with a small role in the movie “The Object Of My Affection” and lent her voice talent in “This Bug’s Life.”
So it starting your acting career good with Disney? The answer is definitely yes. You just have to make it to the audition and hope the judges liked what you did so that from there, the world will be yours for the taking. If things don’t work out, try again elsewhere because there are also auditions in Los Angeles and New York that will need someone as talented like yourself.