Experience was overall very beneficial for a leadership role. The house manager was in charge for the first show to teach what needed to be done, when it needed to be done, and answer any questions. The second showing through the eighth showing the assistant house manager was in charge of the house before, during, and after the show. Some items that needed to be done were selling tickets and the door, handing out play-books before and during the show, running concessions during intermission, and cleaning the house after each showing. The hardest part of the job was keeping up with the rush of people approximately a half hour before the show started to buy tickets.