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Ratings
Artistic production value of shows
10
Company management
8
Accessibility to basics
Groceries, drug store, restaurants
7
Surrounding nightlife activity
5
Housing
10
Quality of theater building
10
Overall experience
10

This theater provides...

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

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  • 6 week LORT B contract, sometimes more if show extended or extra rehearsal - not 4 weeks - as stated above. Actor salaries between LORT B scale ($775 or so?) and house top of $910 per week (2012). Brand new housing. Gut renovatation in 2011. Really nice. All private one bedroom apartments with full kitchens, tvs, wifi. Nice furnishings. There is a nice (coin op) laundry room on premises the above not withstanding (should be changed). Company lounge with big screen TV and kitchen for parties. Nice patio with barbecue and deck chairs in good weather. Some of the nicest regional theatre housing I've seen in 40 years doing regional gigs. A block and a half from theatre. Theatre produces at Broadway level. Top quality scene and costume shops, stage management, etc. Most actors hired out of NYC, some local Equity. A few local non-equity and University student Interns. Local non-aea paid $350 a week and up, I'm told and student interns paid $150 a week they told me. Don't know what problem previous poster had with company management - but no problems here. Several restaurants nearby from burgers and pizza and mexican, Vietnamese, Greek, seafood (pricey), pharmacy, banks, University bookstore nearby but grocery store a cab ride away (cab vouchers provided by company for free). A 7/11 next door, however. University of Utah gym membership available for a reasonable fee. Bars and nightlife a cab ride or fairly quick light rail ride away.
  • Worst company manager!!!
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