Excerpts from Nate’s birthday party last night:
Monthly Archives: July 2010
I always knew I’d return to the box office one day, but I never knew my shift would be starting at midnight!
My Shakespearean journey began in 2003, when I was hired at the last minute to manage the café for the summer. It was an incredible stroke of luck, and I’ve often marveled at the array of coincidences that got me the job. (I should probably take this moment to thank Gabriel Jason Dean for getting that full time job and leaving me the perfect summer position.)
Since 2003, I’ve worked in the café, house managed, and sold tickets in the box office. (I was also named Official Office File Girl, because Heidi Blackwell doesn’t like to file receipts. I find it very soothing.) I’ve also worked all but one Shake at the Lake, including the very first one ever. I’ve handed out wristbands to patrons at 10 am, sold t-shirts at 7 pm, and dismantled the set at 2 am. As of tonight, thanks to our awesome 48 Hour Sale, I can also say I’ve sold tickets after midnight.
Continue reading at Georgia Shakespeare’s blog.