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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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  • Last employed by this theatre in June 2012, and made roughly 250$/week
    I love this theatre very much. The TD since 2010 (maybe?) is a fantastic man. My living situation was great from the people I lived with, to the accommodations. Most designers are awesome. With one GRAND exception. I worked as an electrician and have worked as one under 23 Light Designers ranging from Regionally award winning designers to undergrads in a light design class and I can say without a doubt in my mind that David Gardner is the worst light designer I have ever worked with. He is a board member along with his wife, and it is LITERALLY THE ONLY REASON HE COULD EVER BE HIRED ANYWHERE. Ever. Period. His designs are pure garbage and among the worst I've ever seen, but this is not even close to what makes him the lowest on my list. He went to school in the 70's and has not learned anything sense. He is lazy. He frequently says things like "I really don't care about the sound guys" "To hell with the actors" "This set is in my way" etc. Because as we all know, theatre is about DAVID FUCKING GARDNER, and not about bringing a truly great piece of art to a audience. He WILL create a plot that greatly out numbers the dimmers. He WILL have no regards for your need to sleep. He WILL condescend you. He WILL get your color to you 2 days before open. He WILL change cues through out the run of the show. He WILL waste your time and energy. He made a great deal of my time at JWT a nightmare.