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Weekend Supervisor Position

 

The Broadway Theatre Center (BTC) Box Office is hiring a Weekend Supervisor. We provide ticketing and basic customer service to three theatre companies; Skylight Music Theatre, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre and Renaissance Theaterworks.  The box office is the first point of contact most patrons have with the BTC, and the Weekend Supervisor must provide the highest quality of customer service to not only our patrons, but to all theatre companies in the building. Hours are Friday and Saturday 11:30 – 8:15pm and Sundays 11:30 – 2:15pm, with the potential of picking up some weekday shifts.

 

Duties include: Opening and closing the Box Office, training new employees, processing reports, being main point of contact for front of the house during all weekend performances and providing the Box Office Manager with weekend feedback.

 

Prior Supervisor and/or Box Office experience preferred.

 

All Box Office employees receive 2 free tickets to every performance at the BTC. Please visit us at 158 N. Broadway between noon and 6pm Monday through Friday to fill out an application.

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The Broadway Theatre Center (BTC) Box Office is looking for individuals to join our team. We are the first point of contact most patrons have with the BTC, and employees must provide the highest quality of customer service to not only our patrons, but to all theatre companies in the building. We provide ticketing and basic customer service to three theatre companies; Skylight Music Theatre, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre and Renaissance Theatreworks. Must have evening and weekend availability.   Pay is minimum wage plus two tickets to every performance at the BTC. Please visit us at 158 N. Broadway to fill out an application. We are here between noon and 6, Monday through Saturday, and 2 hours before every performance.


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Milwaukee Chamber Theatre presents Noël Coward’s FALLEN ANGELS, now thru May 1st!  Noël Coward is the master of drawing room comedy, and this delightful diversion is chock-full of his razor-sharp wit, charming musical interludes and all-around joie de vivre! Directed by C. Michael Wright; Featuring Kay Allmand, Matt Koester, Beth Mulkerron, Rick Pendzich, Molly Rhode & Chase Stoeger
MCT offers $10* “Artist” tickets for performing artists / arts administrators. “Artist” tickets are available for purchase the day of performance only. To purchase just call 414-291-7800 or visit the box office and ask for “$10 Artist Tickets” (*plus handling and tax). FALLEN ANGELS thru May 1st at the Broadway Theatre Center’s Cabot Theatre, 158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward, 414-291-7800, www.milwaukeechambertheatre.com


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Milwaukee Opera Theatre and Wild Space Dance Company present:

SONG FROM THE UPROAR

Music by Missy Mazzoli / Libretto by Missy Mazzoli & Royce Vavrek

Location: Studio Theatre at the Broadway Theatre Center / 158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee, WI 53202

Song From the Uproar lasts approximately 75 minutes with no intermission.

The creative team:
Stage Direction: Jill Anna Ponasik
Music Direction: Viswa Subbaraman
Choreographer: Debra Loewen

Featuring:
Colleen Brooks as Isabelle Eberhardt
with Milwaukee Opera Theatre singers, Wild Space dancers, & an eclectic chamber ensemble

Performance Dates and Times:
May 6 @ 8:00 pm
May 7 @ 4:00 & 8:00 pm
May 8 @ 2:00 pm

Order online http://www.broadwaytheatrecenter.com/or by calling 414-291-7800

A ravishing, multi-media event, Song from the Uproar unfolds in surreal episodes drawn from the journals of Swiss adventurer Isabelle Eberhardt (1877-1904).  Isabelle’s writings reveal how her nomadic experiences in North Africa mirrored her quest for self-discovery during her short, remarkable life. Featuring mezzo-soprano Colleen Brooks as Isabelle, with Wild Space dancers, Milwaukee Opera Theatre singers, and a chamber ensemble that includes piano, electric guitar, clarinet, flute, bass and electronics, Song from the Uproar invites audiences into Isabelle’s dreams as she encounters love, loss, danger and sacrifice. Through poetic vignettes, expressive dance, and a shimmering score, Song from the Uproar honors a woman of indomitable spirit, who forged a life unlike anyone else’s, and whose story still resonates.

For more information visit http://www.wildspacedance.org/ or www.milwaukeeoperatheatre.org/

 


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Hey you broke young theatre-goers, there’s a PWYC for next Monday’s performance of Renaissance Theatrework’s Censored on Final Approach.  7:30pm.  No excuses, get your theatre on!

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During World War II, an elite group of female pilots became pioneers, heroes, and role models. They were the Women Air Force Service Pilots; the first American women to fly military aircraft.

Their biggest battles were fought on the ground; the women struggled daily with sexual harassment, discrimination, and sabotage. Based on real incidents, the play tells the story of four of these young women, and the cost of their commitment and patriotism.

The Broadway Theatre Center Studio Theatre

158 N. Broadway

Milwaukee, WI 53202


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The Broadway Theatre Center (BTC) Box Office is looking for individuals to join our team. We are the first point of contact most patrons have with the BTC, and employees must provide the highest quality of customer service to not only our patrons, but to all theatre companies in the building. We provide ticketing and basic customer service to three theatre companies; Skylight Music Theatre, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre and Renaissance Theatreworks. Must have evening and weekend availability.   Pay is minimum wage plus two tickets to every performance at the BTC. Please visit us at 158 N. Broadway to fill out an application. We are here between noon and 6, Monday through Saturday, and 2 hours before every performance.


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Northern Sky Theater (formerly American Folklore Theatre) will be holding auditions for female interns on December 30th from 12pm – 4pm in Milwaukee at the Broadway Theatre Center.

There will be one performance opportunity in the summer of 2016 for a female intern in the world premiere of Doctor, Doctor by Matt Zembrowski.  The role of Annie is an 18-year-old from small-town WI who has dreams of moving to the city. She is spunky and a free spirit.  Must be a powerful singer.

Northern Sky interns participate in all areas of production and report to the Production Stage Manager. During the season interns attend all rehearsals, assist with computer reports, prompting, props, costume maintenance, scenic change-overs, PR events, run-crew, etc. It’s a wonderful opportunity to learn and engage in all aspects of the theatre while spending the summer in beautiful Door County. Housing is provided and there is a weekly stipend.

Contract dates are May 15 – August 29, 2016.
Applicants must have completed one year of college.

For an appointment, please contact Molly Rhode at molly@northernskytheater.com.
Please bring in a monologue and song of your choice. You will also be asked to read and sing from the show. Materials will be provided.

For more information on Northern Sky’s intern program, please visit:
http://northernskytheater.com/about/internship.html


Jeeves Takes A Bow

$10 Artist Tickets available for JEEVES TAKES A BOW now thru May 3rd!

 

Milwaukee Chamber Theatre presents JEEVES TAKES A BOW, by Margaret Rather, April 16 – May 3. Bertie & Jeeves are back for a final encore!  Directed by Tami Workentin; Featuring Kay Allmand, Anna Cline, Matt Daniels, Chris Klopatek, Steven M. Koehler & Chase Stoeger

 

MCT offers $10 “Artist” tickets for performing artists / arts administrators. “Artist” tickets are available for purchase the day of performance only. To purchase just call 414-291-7800 or visit the box office and ask for “$10 Artist Tickets” (plus handling and tax). JEEVES TAKES A BOW in the Broadway Theatre Center’s Cabot Theatre, 158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward, 414-291-7800, milwaukeechambertheatre.com


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Milwaukee Chamber Theatre would like to meet artists interested in Projection Design for live theatre.

 

The mission of the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre is to produce intimate, high-quality, professional theatrical works of literary merit that engage and challenge the audience, while employing and nurturing principally local theatre artists.

 

Milwaukee Chamber Theatre has Qlab v.3 Pro and Isadora licenses, and is open to procuring other software.

 

As Projection Design is a developing medium, MCT welcomes developing artists!

 

Please contact Brandy Kline, Production Manager, at Milwaukee Chamber Theatre for more information or to arrange an interview and portfolio review.  MCT Office: 414-276-8842 OR brandy@milwaukeechambertheatre.com

 


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Master Class is showing for one more weekend at the Broadway Theatre Center and you should attend.  Not only is the play exquisitely penned, but you are unlikely to see a better portrayal of Maria Callas in this lifetime or any other.  Angela truly puts herself out there each and every performance.  I would expect no less than such professionalism from her on any show, but let’s be frank, most performances do not require such an effort.  And I’m quite certain that her first Callas, eight productions in the past, was grand, but having lived with this same character over the course of the years has raised her performance to the rarified air of the sublime.  Think about it: to be able to revisit such a character over and over again, to bring the experience of all those years and productions into this one, we should all be so lucky to have such an opportunity.

 

You may think that I am drifting into the realm of hyperbole, but unless you see the show you will never know.  I am not given to false praise and I can only assure you that I am giving none here.  And you may never get another chance to see her in such a production.  If she reprises it again it’s unlikely to be done in Milwaukee, and I dare say she may not be supported by the same gifted singers and accompanist that she has here.  Rush tickets and artist tickets are available for $10 each every day.  For more info visit Milwaukee Chamber Theatre’s website at:   http://www.chamber-theatre.com/

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