When You May Leave
Some assignments require you to stay for the length of the entire show, while others allow you to leave when the performance begins. Refer to each section below to see when it is appropriate for you to leave based on your assignment for the event.
Ticket Takers and Elevator Attendant
You may leave your position after a House Manager has released you. At that time you may go into the theatre to watch the performance or you may go home. Return your name tag to the box on the Information Center counter before leaving.
Wheelchair Lift Operator
You may go into the theatre on house right to watch the performance when released by a House Manager. Be sure to turn the lift key to the OFF position and take it with you into the theatre. You must be back to your position just prior to intermission.
Tell the usher at the door where you plan to sit during the performance so you can easily be found if a patron needs your assistance during the performance. You should sit as close to the end of a row as possible so you won't disturb patrons if you have to leave.
When the intermission is over, you may go back into the theatre. Just before the end of the performance, go back to your position until all patrons who need the lift have been helped. Then return the key to one of the House Managers before you leave. Return your name tag to the box on the Information center counter before leaving.
You may leave your position when released by a House Manager to go into the theatre to watch the performance. Return you name tag to the box on the Information Center counter before leaving.
You are required to stay at your position during the entire performance, including the intermission. You may leave when all Patrons have left your area of the theatre after a performance is over and you have returned your name tag.
Coat Check and Information Center
You are required to stay in the coat check area for the entire performance. You may leave after the performance is over, and all personal items have been returned to the patrons. When you are working this assignment alone, you will not be able to see any of the performance.