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This theater provides...

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


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  • Last employed by this theatre in July 2009, and made roughly 450.00/week
    2 meals/day are provided at the theater. Vegetarian option is usually hummus or a frozen (non-vegan) veggie patty. There's always salad. The AEA actor housing is (or at least was in '09) a nice, old 3-story house full of cast & creatives. Shared bathrooms. One has a whirlpool tub. The one fridge doesn't really allow much personal grocery storage, since there are so many people. But there is plenty of dry/canned goods storage. Washer/Dryer downstairs. Deer & harmless snakes in the back yard. Theater is a whimsical barn. Non-eq cast has many duties outside of the shows.
  • Last employed by this theatre in July 2013, and made roughly $150./week
    The management of this theater has gone downhill lately. Sad because it used to be run much better. The "Producing Director" (his chosen title) is running the once proud playhouse into the dirt, in his pursuit of money to retire on. The audiences are generally appreciative, but this Producer needs to retire and hand the place over to people who have the patience and passion to revive the place. Take the job if you are in desperate need, but there are better options out there. Also BEWARE, the Producer has a history of turning on actors & other staff that have been loyal to him for YEARS! I heard stories from very reliable inside sources, about his bizarre tantrums, firings, and mistreatment of long time staff.
  • If they are still using the same house as Equity housing, then a couple of the rooms are sharing bathrooms. When I was there, my room had access to the toilet on the groundfloor, then I had to go to the top floor to use the shower there.
  • Meh.
  • Many years ago the stage had a very steep rake. Is this still the case?
  • The theatre is a charming old barn, but the audiences are fantastic and very supportive. You definitely needed a car, as I recall. I think they lost/changed their main housing a few years back... Does anyone know what the housing is like now?