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House Managers for Festival

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Amas Musical Theatre
New York

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Amas Musical Theatre is seeking House Managers for its Dare to Be Different Festival. These positions offer the opportunity to work closely with the Amas team to ensure smooth running of each performance.

Applicants should possess a love of theatre, strong organizational and problem-solving skills, and excellent communications skills. Fire Guard CertificatioAn required.

Amas Musical Theatre

Amas Musical Theatre is devoted to the creation, development and professional production of new American musicals through the celebration of diversity and minority perspectives, the emergence of new artistic talent, and the training and encouragement of under-served young people in the New York area.

Amas (Latin for "you love") was founded in 1968 by actress/producer Rosetta LeNoire (1911-2002), who saw musical theatre as a collaborative art form uniquely suited to the promotion of understanding within and across cultures. Long a pioneer of multiculturalism in the theatre, in recent years, under the leadership of Artistic Producer Donna Trinkoff, Amas has also emerged as a valued laboratory for composers, lyricists and librettists for the development of their work.

Dare to Be Different Festival

In its 53rd Season, Amas presents the third year of Dare to Be Different, a series of four new musicals and three one-night only special events from January 25 – February 20, 2022 at A.R.T./New York Theatre, 502 West 53rd Street.

Please submit cover letter and resume to dnitzberg@amasmusical.org in the form of a single PDF document, with email subject line PRODUCTION ASSISTANT. No phone calls please.



SALARY

$70 show

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