"R. Buckminster Fuller: The History (and Mystery) of the
Universe" is in need of volunteers who would like to usher
in exchange for seeing the show. If you, or anyone you know, might
want to usher for the show, and can commit to at least one night,
please let us know. The show runs evenings Thursday through Saturday,
and on Sunday as a matinee, and has been extended through June
29. JUNE IS NOW BOOKED THROUGH THE 13TH -- ushers are now only
needed from June 14th through June 29th.
For the quickest, best results, please give me THREE possible
dates when you would be available to usher, and I will schedule
you for ONE of them.
that the further in -- advance -- that you book, the more likely
you are to get your preferred date. Please do not attempt to book
a date during the same week you wish to usher -- those slots have
been booked weeks ahead of time.
Our weekly performance schedule:
to arrive 1 1/2 hours before any show.
by e-mail, email@example.com
or, if necessary, call and leave a message on our Production Office/Usher
Line at 415-626-3693.
Thu. to Sat.
Sun. 12:30pm to 4:30pm
House Manager, Project Artaud
Foghouse Productions is accepting resumes from theater
artists. We hire primarily out of the San Francisco Bay Area and
California, but artists from outside California should not be
discouraged from submitting resumes.
keeps resumes files for:
Designers (Sets, Lights, Costumes, Sound, Video and Multimedia)
Artistic Collaborators (Musical and Vocal Directors, Choreographers,
Movement and Fight Directors, etc.)
Dramaturgs and Script Readers
Sound and Light Operators
Electricians and Carpenters
Props and Costume Craftspersons
House Managers and Box Office
fax, or e-mail resumes to:
322 Cortland Ave #225
San Francisco, CA 94110
No cold calls
to the office, please. Designers should include a few color copies
of realized productions and renderings. Please do not send materials
that you want to have mailed back.
Performers, please see our Auditions Hot Page.
Writers and Producers, please see our page on script and
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