The Public House Theatre is hiring Bartenders, Servers and House Staff. Looking for positive, energetic personalities with a love for theatre. Apart from being an integral part of the theatre, you’ll be working our flagship show, “Bye Bye Liver: The Chicago Drinking Play,” which plays on Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and 10pm. (It’s usually best not to be an actor for these positions, as we understand actors might rather be in shows! For our acting auditions, click here: http://thepubtheatre.com/auditions/)
Shifts would be on Friday and Saturday nights from 7pm-12am (approx.). The ideal candidate thrives in a fast-paced environment, has a wonderful personality, enjoys interacting with patrons, has previous bartending/serving experience, and is Basset certified. Love and knowledge of craft beer is a plus! Compensation: $6/hr. + Tips
Shifts would be on Friday and Saturday nights from 7pm-12am (approx.). Servers serve the audience throughout both “Bye Bye Liver” shows (8pm and 10pm). The ideal candidate is friendly, approachable, facilitates connection with audience members ordering from them, can make basic drinks, and is Basset certified. Many people who come to see “Bye Bye Liver” are visiting or celebrating something (bachelorettes, birthdays, etc.), so making them feel welcome and special is important. Compensation: $6/hr. + Tips
Shifts would be on Friday and Saturday nights from 6:30pm-12am (approx.) The house managers are some of the first faces our audiences see, so we’re looking for warm, welcoming people with friendly authority.The House Staff organizes the seating before each “Bye Bye Liver” show and guides patrons to their seats and prepares them for the show. Throughout the show, they lend excitement to the drinking games and watch out for safety in the audience. When things get busy at the bar, House helps run drinks during the games. Compensation: $11/hr.
For consideration and to schedule an interview, please send your resume and cover letter to Sasha@ThePubTheater.com, and put your position of interest in the subject line.
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