Volunteer Ushers for EWP's BEIJING SPRING

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN USHERING FOR EWP!

ALL USHER SLOTS ARE NOW FULL FOR BEIJING SPRING. HOWEVER, YOU MAY STILL COMPLETE THE FORM IF YOU'D LIKE TO BE ADDED TO OUR VOLUNTEER MAILING LIST.

THANK YOU!


Thank you for your interest in volunteer ushering this show. Below you will find a brief description of the responsibilities of the position and details of the show.

Usher Objective:
Support the EWP House Manager to provide Patrons with a positive theater-going experience.

Qualifications:
• 16 years of age or older.
• Friendly and personable. Excellent customer service skills required!
• A team player. Must work well with others.

Dress Code:
Please remember that you are welcoming EWP Patrons. Dress code is nice or business casual. We ask that you avoid jeans, bare midriffs, or tennis shoes (though, comfortable shoes are highly recommended).

Responsibilities Pre- Show:
• Arrive an hour prior to posted show start times (1pm for 2pm shows & 7pm for 8pm shows).
• Assist House Manager in stuffing programs with inserts and audience surveys.
• Allow or disallow access into the theater based on tickets and/or credentials.
• Tear tickets, holding onto stubs and returning ticket to patron.
• Hand out programs.
• Help guests locate their assigned seats and reporting any ticketing problems to House Manager.
• Provide guests with directions or other venue information.
• Act upon all comments/complaints in a prompt and friendly manner.
• Invite patrons to fill out their audience surveys.
• Assist House Manager in getting all patrons seated so that the show can start no later than 5 minutes after the posted start times of 2pm and 8pm.

Responsibilities During Show:
• Watch for and notify the House Manager of unauthorized photography or recordings

Responsibilities Post-Show:
• Assist patrons in exiting the theater in a timely fashion.
• Pick up programs and/or trash that are left in theater.

BEIJING SPRING
Directed by Tim Dang
Lyrics by Tim Dang
Music by Joel Iwataki
Musical direction by Noriko Olling Wright
Choreography by Marcus Choi
May 15 – June 15, 2014

A sung-through musical commemorating the events of the Tiananmen Square Uprising in Beijing in 1989. For weeks, the world’s eyes were on China as the youth fought for democracy against the hardliners of the Chinese Communist Party. This year will mark the 25th anniversary of the Uprising. BEIJING SPRING is a compelling reminder that the battle for freedom and human rights has yet to be won for many.

Generous support for this production is provided by the S. Mark Taper Foundation Endowment for East West Players.


http://eastwestplayers.org/2013-2014-season/beijing-spring/


Running time: 1 hour and 25 minutes with no intermission

Please contact Meredith Patt, Audience Services Coordinator, with any questions or concerns.
mpatt@eastwestplayers.org

Please fill out the form below and you will receive a confirmation email within 2 business days.

East West Players is located at 120 Judge John Aiso St., Los Angeles CA 90012

Parking is available across the street from the David Henry Hwang Theatre at the Judge John Aiso Underground Parking Garage, located at 101 N Judge John Aiso Street.

Parking Rates
First two hours: $1.00 per hour
Third hour: an additional $3.00
$1.50 every 15 minutes thereafter
$14.00 daily maximum
$3 flat rate after 5 p.m.

Again, thank you for volunteer ushering! We'll see you at the theatre!

And starting with this show, as a THANK YOU for your commitment to EWP, for every shift you usher you will be entered into a drawing for a $25 Starbucks Gift Card. The more you usher, the better your chances of winning!

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