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Ratings
Artistic production value of shows
8
Company management
8
Accessibility to basics
Groceries, drug store, restaurants
10
Surrounding nightlife activity
10
Housing
10
Quality of theater building
8
Overall experience
8

This theater provides...

  • Car? No
  • Single-room occupancy? Yes
  • Shared kitchen? Yes
  • Shared bathroom? Let us know!
  • Laundry? Yes
  • Gym membership? Yes
  • Meals? Let us know!

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  • Last employed by this theatre in June 2011, and made roughly $1,000/week
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    This is a great organization with a real commitment to fostering new American musicals. David Armstrong is a better administrator and champion of the theater than he is a director of shows. Still, I've always had a fantastic time working for the 5th. And you won't find a better city than Seattle when you need to get away from New York.
  • Bill Berry is a tyrant. David Armstrong isn't much better. but everyone else is ok. they think they are broadway and they are not. But Seattle is beautiful. Pay is fair.
  • I remember this as a pretty sweet contract... 6 performances a week and NO matinees! plus living in a condo on the beach! It was pretty great. The paycheck was a little low, but the perks made it balance out. I would definitely work there again. My only issue was that nothing was really within walking distance... you had to drive to everything, and I was sharing a car, so I did not have as much freedom. But other than that, great experience.
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