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ORGANIZATION: New Orleans Shakespeare Festival

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Love theatre? We do too! We'd love to have you help greet our audiences and help them get seated as an arts-loving usher! Ushers are the face of a performing arts venue so we are looking for upbeat, positive problem solvers. Ushers help patrons find their seats, access programs, answer general questions and scan tickets. Because we love our ushers, they are always invited to watch the performance after serving their duties.

2 Shifts

  • afternoon / 12:45 PM to 02:00 PM
  • evening / 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM
  • NONE OF THESE TIMES WORK FOR ME, BUT I CAN STILL HELP
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About New Orleans Shakespeare Festival

Location:

6823 ST CHARLES AVE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70118, US

Mission Statement

The mission of the New Orleans Shakespeare Festival at Tulane is to produce professional, classical theatre with a primary focus upon the works of William Shakespeare. Our commitment is to utilize local, national, and international talent to create dynamic, visceral, text-based performances celebrating Shakespeare’s brilliant insight into the human condition. With this programming we will provide to the people of the Gulf South both entertainment and educational resources of the highest quality, honoring Shakespeare’s legacy.

Description

Founded in 1993 by several Tulane Faculty members, the Festival has become one of the most significant theatre companies in the Gulf South. Each season typically consists of two mainstage productions, various lagniappe events, and our acclaimed Peformance for the Schools educational program. Programming is also taken to schools in the greater New Orleans area to awaken new generations to the power of language and literacy through live, professional performances of Shakespeare’s plays. Performances run in the summer from June - July and are remounted for educational audiences and the public again in January.

CAUSE AREAS

Arts & Culture
Community
Arts & Culture, Community

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.
This opportunity has 2 shifts

WHERE

150 Dixon Hall AnnexLupin Black Box TheaterNew Orleans, LA 70118

(29.9407,-90.12168)
 

SKILLS

  • Theater Arts
  • People Skills

GOOD FOR

  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 14
  • 1.5 hours maximum

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