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ICTC Box Office Associate
Part Time - Approximately 15 - 20 hours per week, MUST be available evenings and weekends
Seasonal - End of March 2018 - June 24, 2018
During Show Runs:
Thursday & Friday: Friday 5pm thru intermission
Saturday: Noon thru intermission (of evening performance)
Sunday: Noon thru intermission
BOX OFFICE ASSOCIATE will assist the AUDIENCE SERVICES MANAGER on days that IRISH CLASSICAL THEATRE COMPANY has a performance, with such tasks as ticket sales and Will Call management.
The BOX OFFICE ASSOCIATE will create a welcoming environment for our patrons, providing a high-level of customer service at all times.
Duties include: fulfilling ticket orders (including in-person and phone order ticket sales, requests of special guests, sponsors, and actors), cash handling, balancing of bank drawer and sales reports, maintenance of patron records, distribution of Will Call tickets, managing incoming phone calls and customer service inquiries, and other various day-of-show tasks.
Qualified applicants may send letter of interest and resume to email@example.com. If applying by mail, please send to ICTC, 625 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14203. We thank you for your interest in Irish Classical Theatre Company.
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HistoryIn 1985, two Dublin-born brothers, Vincent and Chris O’Neill, internationally acclaimed actors and former members of Ireland’s celebrated Abbey Theatre, found themselves in Buffalo, performing Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot in the dining room of a local hotel. They were enthusiastically embraced by Western New York audiences and critics, and together with fellow Dubliners Josephine Hogan and the late Dr. James Warde, formed the Irish Classical Theatre Company. Performing on various rented stages until a permanent home was established at the Calumet Arts Café, ICTC became the fastest growing theatre in the region and led to the building of its new home, The Andrews Theatre, which opened its doors in January of 1999. Now entering its 26th Anniversary Season, ICTC continues to celebrate its strong Irish roots through its choice of repertoire, and by bringing special guest directors, playwrights and actors to the Niagara Frontier to work and to be honored.
- Marcel Marceau, Legendary Mime Artist (1923-2007)
- Milo O’Shea, Acclaimed Irish Actor (1926-2013)
- Ronan Tynan, Irish Tenor, Motivational Speaker
- Kevin McHugh, Director
- Gordon McCall, Director
- Bryan Delaney, Irish Playwright, The Cobbler
- Shay Linehan, Irish Playwright, The Cant
- Jesse L. Martin, Actor, Rent, Law & Order
- Jason Watson, from the first National Tour of Next to Normal
- Alen MacWeeney, Photographer
ICTC and the CommunitySince its inception in 1990, the Irish Classical Theatre Company has been a pioneer in the area of cultural and educational outreach to enrich the community it serves. ICTC is a proud member of the Theatre Alliance of Buffalo, representing Buffalo’s nineteen professional theatres. Find out more here. ICTC works hard to make theatre accessible to underserved/economically disadvantaged segments of the community through our School Matinee Program/Classics for Kids, and Dr. Lydia T. Wright Magnet School. A few organizations ICTC has supported with artistic collaborations:
- Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra
- Buffalo United Artists
- Buffalo State College
- Geva Theatre, Rochester
- Irish Repertory Theatre Company, New York
- Jewish Repertory Theatre of Western New York
- Paul Robeson Theatre of the African-American Cultural Center
- Shakespeare in Delaware Park
- Studio Arena Theatre
- Torn Space Theater
- UB Center for the Arts
- University at Buffalo, Department of Theatre & Dance
- Ujima Theatre Company