Pros: learn alot of technical, painting and design/decorating skills.
Cons: good work enviornment.
I would be very flexible at this job any tasks they needed I could manage it. I learned a lot of technical skills here: Set-up props for shows, helped paint/ design stage sets, learned a bit of lighting for stage shows, managed box office (tickets/cash), provided safe travel for pedestrians, designed costumes for shows/other, learned a bit of make-up – more... for actors, I took a management course for (business), I learned more about acting and later took a course (acting 101), I loved setting the stage before the shows and helping out in general. the hardest part was going to school, working helping my sisters with four kids, being on a tennis team and having to take care of the dog while still making time for my hobbies and maintain good grades. the most enjoyable part was being in school At Lehman College CUNY; taking classes there, working there and being on a team there and that made me more then happy. The co-workers were cool and collective, ready to teach/learn and everyone was patient. I learned a lot at this job but it was temporary just so I could help out at home. – less