Patron Services Manager
The Patron Services Manager is a key member of our small team. They serve as our Box Office Manager and general Office Manager. The schedule rotates between a non-performance (evenings) and performance schedule (afternoons) and consists of four 5 hour shifts per week. Perfect to flex with another part time job. We are offering the position at an hourly wage but are open to discussing a salary position if that better suits the best candidate.
- Manage Box Office and Subscription sales. Includes answering phones, returning voicemail messages and emails, setting up subscription season in the database, producing sales reports as needed, managing online ticketing
- Oversee Box Office Associates and volunteer ushers
- Keep MT master calendar updated
Development and Administration
- Serve as MT’s COVID Safety Manager
- Process donations and acknowledgements
- Assist with fundraising events
- Assist with payroll
- Miscellaneous administrative duties including document control
$17/hour, 20 hours per week
- Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience
- 2 years arts experience
- Front of house theater experience is a plus
- Demonstrated management and leadership skills
- Proficiency in computer skills including Microsoft Office and Google Suite
- Communication and customer service skills
- Ability to work in a team environment
- Ability to work on a variety of projects simultaneously is essential
Set Designers for 2023 Season
We are seeking set designers for one or more productions for the 2023 Main Stage season. Previous experience in scenic design, including educational, is required. Scenic painting or charge scenic experience are preferred.
We encourage designers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as designers with disabilities, to submit.
Submit resume and cover letter to our Production Artistic Director, Tom Quinn at email@example.com.
Salary: $1,000 per contract
Equity Principal Auditions for
by Book by Neil Simon, Music by Cy Coleman, Lyrics by Dorothy Fields
Monday, December 4, 11am-3pm
Montgomery Theater Rehearsal Hall
124 N Main St, Souderton, PA
- Please email Artistic Director Tom Quinn at firstname.lastname@example.org if you expect to attend. No appointments. This is a first come, first serve basis.
- Please bring a picture and resume, stapled together, even if you have sent one.
- Prepare a brief comic (contemporary) monologue and a song in the style of the show (bring music for the accompanist).
The following 8 roles will be considered for 4 principal AEA contracts:
Charity Hope Valentine: An optimistic, generous and compassionate dance hall hostess with a heart of gold. Despite working at the Fandango Ballroom (and her trouble with men), Charity always has a smile on her face and an optimistic spirit about her. Charismatic singer/dancer with strong comedic timing. Female presenting.
Nickie/others: One of Charity's best friends working at the Fandango Ballroom. Nickie, who does not share Charity's optimistic outlook on life, serves as a "mother figure" to Charity. She is somewhat jaded and weathered from her many years at the Fandango, but still dreams of getting out. Must be a strong singer and dancer and will double in ensemble. Female presenting.
Helene/others: Another of Charity's best friends working at the Fandango. Quick witted, slightly cynical and sharp tongued. Strong belt voice and strong dance ability. Will also double in the ensemble. Black/African descent, female presenting.
Oscar Lindquist/others: Charity's slightly neurotic boyfriend (throughout the major portion of the musical) who has trouble dealing with his own insecurities, not to mention his insecurity over Charity's current profession. Bari-tenor who moves well with strong comedic timing. Character actor who will also double in ensemble. Male presenting.
Vittorio Vidal/others: A popular ego-centric Italian movie star who meets up with Charity, takes her to the Pompeii Club, and then back to his apartment where he discovers what a truly great human she is. Strong operatic bari-tenor with commanding stage presence. Must move well, double in the ensemble, and have the ability to play multiple character roles. Male presenting.
Ursala March/others: Vittorio’s over the top, model-esque girlfriend. Spoiled, stubborn, and headstrong. Strong comedic timing and strong dance. Will double in ensemble and also play various character roles. Female presenting.
Herman/others: The obnoxious and overbearing owner of the Fandango Ballroom who ends up being a big teddy bear. Strong character actor with a big tenor voice. Must dance as this track will also double in the ensemble and play multiple character roles. Male presenting.
Daddy Brubeck/others: The charismatic minister at the "Rhythm of Life" church. Larger than life personality with a strong, stylized bari-tenor singing voice and strong comedic timing. Must dance. Will also play various character roles and double in the ensemble. Black/African descent, male presenting.
What to expect:
The auditions will be monitored by the Director/Choreographer: Stephen Casey, Music Director: Rebecca Shimer, and Artistic Director: Tom Quinn and also a desk monitor, Caitlyn Colgan.
Rehearsals: March 19 thru April 10.
Tues. thru Fri. Sundays 9am to 3pm. Tech week Sunday 4pm to 10pm
Performances: April 11 thru May 5, 2024.
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays @ 7:30pm, Sundays @ 3pm. Thursday Matinees (3pm) on April 18, 25 and also May 2.
Montgomery Theater is an equal opportunity employer. We do not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, gender expression, age, ancestry, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its activities or operations.
Montgomery Theater Souderton, PA SPT contract (Tier 4) $392 week/minimum
By Beth Henley
Director: Kristin Heckler
Rehearsal schedule: January 7 thru January 29, 2020. Runs: January 30 thru February 23, 2020
Rehearsals: Tuesdays thru Fridays 11am to 5pm, Sundays 4pm to 10pm
Performances: Thursdays and Fridays @ 7:30 pm and Saturdays @ 7pm, Sundays @ 3pm
There are 2 Thursday Matinees on February 6 and February 13 @3pm.
There is one Wednesday performance on February 19 @ 7pm
The following 6 parts will be considered for 3 principle AEA contracts:
Lenny Magrath: 30. The oldest of 3 sisters. Round figure and face. Has a certain level of command.
Chick Boyle: 29. The sisters’ first cousin. Busy body type. Tends to show off.
Meg Magrath: 27. Middle sister. Sad but magical eyes. Wannabe professional singer.
Doc Porter: 30. Meg’s old boyfriend. Attractively worn man. Has a limp and appears older than he is.
Babe Botrelle: 24. Youngest sister. Angelic face with fierce volatile eyes. Intense.
Barnette Lloyd: 26. Babe’s lawyer. Intelligent with fanatical intensity that he subdues by sheer will.
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The Project Stage can be used for small, non-theatrical performances, meetings or parties. The fixed seating capacity is 77 , with room for up to 95 for a cocktail party.
The Main Stage has fixed seating for up to 122, and can be used for non-theatrical performances, meetings and presentations. Included in a Main Stage rental is use of the lobby and the Box Office area. Renters must provide their own sound equipment.
The Rehearsal Hall, located upstairs from the Main Stage, can accommodate up to 70 people for a cocktail party event without seating. It can accommodate up to 50 people for a seated meeting or event. Included is use of a small kitchen with a refrigerator and a small stove. The Rehearsal Hall is not handicap accessible