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Ratings
Artistic production value of shows
8
Company management
9
Accessibility to basics
Groceries, drug store, restaurants
6
Surrounding nightlife activity
4
Housing
7
Quality of theater building
8
Overall experience
8

This theater provides...

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

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  • I worked at Gretna the summer of 2010 for a very low stipend. It was a typical summer stock experience, but I would not choose to go back. The theatre is half outdoors. With heavy costumes and a lot of dancing the heat can be unbearable. The theatre seats a lot of patrons but a good size audience is only about half of the house. While the actors were professional, the crew and staff were locals. I think this was the first time some of them were involved in theatre. It is awesome that they were exposed to live theatre, but there was no one training them. We lived at a hotel nowhere near the theatre but I was happy to be there and not at the retirement home I heard about the year before. There is nothing to do in town but you have no way of getting anywhere anyway. Nothing is walkable.
  • I had a wonderful experience here! There is a company van that transports everyone from housing to theatre or rehearsal space. We lived in a retirement home (which was actually really fun and the residents made us cookies ALL THE TIME) and I had two roommates that I shared a bathroom and kitchen with. There was laundry on our floor as well. And meals were provided on two show days. I loved my experience here and would go back anytime. It was partially outdoor with an air conditioned green room.
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