Fun and joyful place to work if looking to develop career choice
Entertainment Technician II (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – August 13, 2015
A typical day at work would be swiping my ID to clock in, leave lunch in the fridge and go turn on sound. half hour after testing speakers, microphones IR machine, DVD recorder, Lighting and Qlab software, proceed to play atmospheric music and wait until 15 minutes before the start of the first show. eight minutes into show, start calling time before preshow music starts. show starts and mix sound for live belly dancing show. on second track, mix lighting by hand because rest of the show is fully automated. opening and closing of curtains depending on cues. after the show, play announcements and stay for meet and greet. after meet and greet is done, stop recording, finalize the first show because performers use it for constructive criticism and better of overall show.
show business in a themepark!
not enough full time employment opportunities