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The Little Mermaid Crew/House Staff

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ORGANIZATION: City Youth Theater

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Box Office Volunteers: These volunteers are the first point of contact for many theatergoers. They handle ticket sales and distribution, answer questions about the show, and assist with reservations and seating arrangements. Box office volunteers must be friendly, efficient, and knowledgeable about the production and theater policies to provide excellent customer service.

Concessions Volunteers: Concessions volunteers manage the sales of snacks, beverages, and other refreshments before the show and during intermission. They handle cash and card transactions, ensure that the concession stand is well-stocked, and maintain a clean and inviting area for patrons. Their friendly service helps enhance the overall theater experience.

Merchandise Volunteers: These volunteers manage the sales of show-related merchandise, such as programs, posters, and themed souvenirs. They set up and organize merchandise displays, assist customers with their purchases, and handle transactions. Merchandise volunteers help to create lasting memories for audience members by offering keepsakes from their theater experience.

Backstage Crew: The backstage crew is essential for the smooth execution of the production. These volunteers assist with various technical and logistical tasks, such as setting up and changing scenery, handling props, managing costumes, and ensuring quick and efficient scene transitions. They work closely with the stage manager and technical director to ensure that everything runs seamlessly behind the scenes.

Stagehands: A critical part of the backstage crew, stagehands are responsible for moving sets, props, and other equipment during the performance. They ensure that everything is in the right place at the right time and work quietly and efficiently to minimize disruptions during the show.

Each volunteer in The Little Mermaid crew and house staff is integral to the success of the production. Their dedication and hard work behind the scenes and in the front of the house ensure that every performance is a magical and memorable experience for the audience.

More opportunities with City Youth Theater

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About City Youth Theater

Location:

42 Mountain Laurel Drive, Waterbury, CT 06706, US

Mission Statement

Our Mission: City Youth Theater is a not-for-profit theater organization dedicated to promoting the theatrical development of all participants. Participants are given a wide range of opportunities to cultivate and enhance their talents in front of an audience and behind the scenes. This is accomplished in an encouraging, stimulating, and supportive environment culminating in a theatrical production.

Description

City Youth theater is a theater program based in Waterbury, Connecticut open to high school, elementary and middle school students that emphasize the process of artistic collaboration and instills a focused work ethic.
CYT is committed to developing theater skills that challenge each student to perform at their highest skill levels on and off the stage. The techniques shared during the rehearsal process are applied productively to any endeavor our students may encounter, whether or not they pursue a theatrical career, and help prepare them for a challenging, exciting world.

We offer theater classes, workshops, and plays/musicals.

CAUSE AREAS

Arts & Culture
Arts & Culture

WHEN

Thu Aug 01, 2024 - Sun Aug 11, 2024
07:00 PM - 10:00 PM

WHERE

300 Pierpont RoadWaterbury, CT 06705

(41.54776,-72.97391)
 

SKILLS

  • Visual Arts

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

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