I also had a great experience working a theme park contract for them! It paid very well for a pretty minimal time commitment. (3 to 4 days a week when we weren’t busy and about 6 hours a day every day when we were) On the other hand a friend of mine ended up just operating rides on a different contract. I would say be very careful and make sure you are on a performer contract and not anything that says “fun crew”.
Run far FAR AWAY!!! I was extremely mistreated. we started with 30 cast members by the end there were 9. it was the racism and homophobia but also getting lied to saying we would perform instead we were forced to operate rides
I worked there during COVID. It was horribly handled from the highest higher-ups and venue management. Every single person I worked directly with was wonderful.
I had a really good experience with RWS! My contract paid well and the housing was pretty good (no oven/stove, just a hot plate, microwave, and mini fridge, which meant lots of frozen dinners or eating out). My only complaint is that I came in as an immediate replacement and didn't get adequate rehearsal time. But it was an 18-minute theme park show, so it wasn't overly complicated material to learn. Would definitely work with them again.