Current Openings

The 5th Avenue Theatre Employment Opportunity

Executive Assistant

Supporting the Managing Director and the VP of Philanthropy

The 5th Avenue Theatre has an excellent opportunity for an Executive Assistant to support two senior leaders of the organization: the Managing Director and the VP of Philanthropy. If you are skilled and experienced in this field and would enjoy working with others in the exciting world of musical theater, this is the job for you!  This is a full time position with an excellent benefits package and it is available for immediate hiring, so interested applicants should apply promptly according to the directions below.

We are looking for a candidate who demonstrates outstanding skills that meet or exceed the requirements in this job posting, excellent technical abilities including attention to detail; and who is a team player, enthusiastic, articulate and has an interest in the arts. 

Position Summary:

The Executive Assistant provides highly responsible administrative and office support for the Managing Director and the VP of Philanthropy.  The Executive Assistant is delegated broad authority to exercise sound judgment, tact and discretion in assisting these senior leaders and their offices in the performance of their functions.

Day-to-day functions include scheduling and planning, triaging telephone calls, mail, and email, providing clerical support, and arranging meetings and events, including travel or dinner reservations. The Executive Assistant also acts as Liaison to the Board of Directors and has extensive contact with the Board and many of The Theatre’s most vital artistic and business partners and donors.

Essential functions:

  • Complex calendar and time management so that the Managing Director and the VP of Philanthropy can remain focused on their business priorities, working efficiently and ensuring they are fully prepared and timely for appointments and events.
  • Strategic prioritization in calendar/time management with insight to understanding what is critical to the business in order to make the appropriate decisions that directly impact the Managing Director and the VP of Philanthropy.
  • Effectively initiating re-prioritization and changing direction in response to unpredictable situations.
  • Anticipating the needs of the Managing Director and the VP of Philanthropy and making administrative requests for information based on understanding their and the organization’s priorities.
  • Serving as the “right hand person” for the Managing Director and the VP of Philanthropy; filling in as needed when they are not available for meetings and functions.
  • Responsible for all aspects of event preparation and clean up associated with Board Meetings.
  • Attend and take minutes of all Board Meetings and some Board committees.
  • Update and maintain all Board of Director materials including but not limited to: the Board Roster, Board Orientation Packets, Board Meeting Packets and Minutes.
  • Respecting and maintaining confidential and sensitive information relating to The Theatre.
  • Maintaining and updating Outlook address books and all contact information.
  • Planning and coordinating travel including the proactive anticipation of any and all logistics and itineraries.
  • Drafting correspondence and other communications.
  • Reconciling expenses, ensuring timely processing and approvals.
  • Assisting in preparation and execution of interviews, meetings, speeches and presentations (including PowerPoint presentations).
  • Partner with Development department (as needed) to collect information for Managing Director for special events, meetings, letter signing.
  • Help with Development Special Events as needed.

Qualifications

  • Demonstrated successful experience serving as an executive assistant, secretary or similar role for one or more senior managers.
  • Demonstrated excellent abilities to exercise appropriate and independent judgment, prioritization and decision-making skills.
  • Detail oriented, highly organized, with a demonstrated ability to anticipate needs and manage changing deadlines and priorities; experience managing multiple schedules.
  • Demonstrated abilities in “people skills,” including building trust and rapport in business relationships with diverse individuals, and demonstrating listening skills, poise, and diplomacy.
  • Skills in exercising tact, diplomacy, integrity and professionalism in all transactions while demonstrating a positive “can-do” attitude.
  • Abilities to maintain confidentiality of private or sensitive information.
  • Skills and aptitude to work independently without significant oversight or instruction to achieve results with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Knowledge of office and business management practices is essential.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Expertise in Microsoft Office suite (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
  • Demonstrated ethics and integrity.
  • Positive, articulate, outgoing, flexible, calm under pressure; a sense of humor a plus!
  • Demonstrated regular and reliable attendance and punctuality.
  • Ability to work in fast-paced environment and maintain a sense of humor.
  • The ideal candidates will demonstrate a passion for musical theater and will have knowledge of both local and national theater.
  • A bachelor’s degree is preferred but not required.
  • The finalist will be required to complete a background check prior to hire.

Reports to

Managing Director and VP of Philanthropy

Work Location

The work location is the administrative offices for The 5th Avenue Theater, 1326 Fifth Avenue, Suite 735, Seattle, Washington.

Compensation

Salary is DOQ.  This is a full-time salaried and exempt position with benefits.

The 5th Avenue Theatre provides an array of employee benefits, which includes a comprehensive and attractive benefits package, including 100% employer-paid premiums for medical, dental and vision plans. The 5th Avenue Theatre values its employees by providing comprehensive, high-quality benefits, and strives to provide access to industry-leading health care coverage.

Application Procedure

To apply, please email a cover letter that explains your qualifications for the position, along with a chronological resume, to:

Email:              HumanResources@5thavenue.org

                        Put in Subject Line:  Executive Assistant

Or mail to:       The 5th Avenue Theatre, Human Resources Dept.

                        Attn:  Executive Assistant

                        1326 - 5th Avenue, Suite 735

                        Seattle, WA  98101

This job will remain open until filled. Please apply promptly. 

No phone calls or walk-ins please.

The 5th Avenue Theater – A Great Place to Work

The 5th Avenue Theatre is acclaimed as one of the nation’s leading musical theater companies and is especially renowned for its production and development of new works.  Since 2002, the Seattle-based company has produced 17 new musicals. To date, nine (including the sensational hit Disney’s Aladdin) have moved on to Broadway premieres, earning a combined 15 Tony Awards, including two for Best Musical (Hairspray and Memphis). The 5th Avenue Theatre is also known for its world class, critically acclaimed productions of musicals chosen from both the contemporary canon and the Golden Age of Broadway. 

Unique in its Chinese-inspired design, this exquisite theater opened in 1926 as a venue for vaudeville and film. Today, under the leadership of Executive Producer and Artistic Director David Armstrong, Managing Director Bernadine C. Griffin and Producing Artistic Director Bill Berry, this non-profit theater company attracts an annual attendance of more than 300,000, including over 25,000 subscribers – one of the largest theater subscriptions in North America. 

In addition to its main stage productions, The 5th Avenue Theatre is also committed to encouraging the next generation of theatergoers through its extensive educational outreach programs.  For more information about The 5th Avenue Theatre, its season and its programs, please visit www.5thavenue.org.


The 5th Avenue Theater is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

5th Avenue Theater Employment Opportunity

Payroll Clerk

The 5th Avenue Theatre has an excellent opportunity for a Payroll Clerk. If you are skilled in payroll duties and detail-oriented, and would enjoy working with others in the exciting world of musical theater, this is the job for you!  We are looking for candidates who demonstrate outstanding skills that meet or exceed the requirements in this job posting, excellent technical abilities including attention to detail; and who is a team player, enthusiastic, articulate and has an interest in the arts. 

This is a part time position and it is available for immediate hiring, so interested applicants should apply promptly according to the directions below.

Position Summary:

This is a critical position in The Theatre’s Payroll Office.  Work includes performing high levels of data entry with a high degree of accuracy, providing support to the Payroll Administrator, and completing duties in compliance with Theatre policies as well as with federal, state and local laws, regulations, collective bargaining agreements and ordinances. Work is performed under strict deadlines. 

Essential Functions Include:

  • As delegated, compile, enter and balance weekly and biweekly payroll using ADP Workforce Now.
  • Perform reconciliations and research discrepancies as assigned.
  • Provide support to Payroll Administrator as needed to process payroll.
  • Process and maintain employee payroll records.
  • Prepare payroll reports for union benefits payments.
  • Resolve delegated employee payroll related questions/issues.
  • Complete Employment Verifications and other outside payroll requests.
  • Participate in documenting and maintaining payroll procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated skills and successful experience to be able to perform the duties listed in this job posting.
  • AA or Associate degree required or the equivalent in experience may be substituted. BA (ideally in Accounting) desired.
  • At least one year of payroll processing experience with the ability to analyze and interpret data, union contracts, and relevant regulations and laws. Skills in performing mathematical calculations related to interpreting and entering payroll data.
  • Knowledge of ADP Workforce Now preferred.
  • Detail oriented, highly organized, with a demonstrated ability to manage multiple schedules and changing deadlines and priorities.
  • Flexibility, ability to remain calm under pressure.
  • Strong communication skills (written and verbal.)
  • Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively in a team environment.
  • Proficiency with Excel, and at least intermediate skills in other Microsoft Office programs (e.g. Word and Outlook.)
  • Demonstrated ethics and integrity.Skills in exercising good judgment. Ability to maintain confidentiality of payroll data and records.
  • Positive, articulate, outgoing, and friendly personality; a sense of humor a plus! Able to work in an upbeat and often fast-paced environment.
  • Demonstrated abilities in “people skills”, including building trust and rapport in business relationships with diverse individuals, and demonstrating listening skills, poise and tact.
  • Demonstrated regular and reliable attendance and punctuality as well as ability for flexible hours. Ability to perform high volume workload with strict deadlines.
  • Excellent customer service skills, including handling sensitive/difficult issues with tact and patience.
  • Ability to operate office equipment required for the position.
  • The candidate must be able to complete a background check.We will do the background checks for applicants at the finalist stage prior to hire.

Reports to:

This position reports to the Payroll Administrator and Controller.

Compensation

Compensation is DOQ. The position is non-exempt and will be paid on an hourly basis.

This is a part-time hourly position. The incumbent will work a 25 hour/week schedule; however this may vary by pay-period depending on the size of payroll and The Theatre’s requirements.  Work on weekends or holidays may be required as needed to process payrolls.

Work Location

The primary work location is the administrative offices for The 5th Avenue Theater, located in the Skinner Building at 1326 5th Avenue, in downtown Seattle.

Application Instructions

To apply, please email a cover letter that explains your qualifications for the position, along with a chronological resume, to:

Email:              HumanResources@5thavenue.org

                        Put in Subject Line:  Payroll Clerk

Or mail to:       The 5th Avenue Theatre, HR Dept.

                        Attn: Payroll Clerk

                        1326 - 5th Avenue, Suite 735

                        Seattle, WA  98101

This job will remain open until filled. Please apply promptly. 

No phone calls or walk-ins please.

The 5th Avenue Theater – A Great Place to Work

The 5th Avenue Theatre is acclaimed as one of the nation’s leading musical theater companies and is especially renowned for its production and development of new works.  Since 2002, the Seattle-based company has produced 17 new musicals. To date, nine (including the sensational hit Disney’s Aladdin) have moved on to Broadway premieres, earning a combined 15 Tony Awards, including two for Best Musical (Hairspray and Memphis). The 5th Avenue Theatre is also known for its world class, critically acclaimed productions of musicals chosen from both the contemporary canon and the Golden Age of Broadway. 

Unique in its Chinese-inspired design, this exquisite theater opened in 1926 as a venue for vaudeville and film. Today, under the leadership of Executive Producer and Artistic Director David Armstrong, Managing Director Bernadine C. Griffin and Producing Artistic Director Bill Berry, this non-profit theater company attracts an annual attendance of more than 300,000, including over 25,000 subscribers – one of the largest theater subscriptions in North America. 

In addition to its main stage productions, The 5th Avenue Theatre is also committed to encouraging the next generation of theatergoers through its extensive educational outreach programs.  For more information about The 5th Avenue Theatre, its season and its programs, please visit www.5thavenue.org.

The 5th Avenue Theater is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

5th Avenue Theatre Employment Opportunity - Direct Sales Representatives

The 5th Avenue Theatre has an excellent immediate opportunity for experienced and enthusiastic Direct Sales Representatives as we expand our efforts. This is part-time outbound calling work for our ongoing marketing and fundraising campaigns.  You will be working directly for The Theatre, NOT an outsourced company.  Let your passion for the performing arts and sales shine through!

Position Description

Direct Sales Representatives make outbound calls to support The Theatre’s marketing and fundraising campaigns. Representatives are responsible for generating subscription sales to world-class theatrical productions and soliciting donations to support the 5th Avenue Theatre’s programs and services.

We seek to find candidates who are team players, enthusiastic, articulate and have an interest in the arts. We are looking for Representatives who can work primarily 5 nights a week, Sunday through Thursday.

Essential Functions

  • Make outbound sales calls to former and current patrons of The Theatre.
  • Work a minimum of 20 hours per week.
  • Explain The 5th Avenue Theatre’s donor benefits, specials, and sales offers.
  • Generate donations and sales and deliver outstanding customer service.
  • Answer patron questions promptly, accurately, respectfully, and thoroughly.
  • Contribute to a positive, supportive team environment where all staff members can be successful – AND have fun!

Benefits

After a 90-day review, The 5th Avenue Theatre offers vacation, sick and holiday pay to part-time Direct Sales Representatives working at least 20 hours per week who demonstrate good attendance and a positive attitude.  These benefits are unique to this type of position among other arts organizations. We also offer incentive programs for top producers.  Direct Sales Representatives also receive show tickets and 5th Avenue Theatre event invitations.

Required Qualifications:

  • Experience with outbound calling preferred – but motivation and enthusiasm is most important!
  • Articulate on the phone.
  • A proven sales/fundraising track record particularly in telephone sales.
  • Nimble and comfortable alternating sales approaches.
  • Positive, outgoing, and friendly personality.
  • Able to work in an upbeat and often fast-paced environment.
  • Organizational skills; the ability to multitask, to work independently and to maintain a high level of attention to detail.
  • Ability to take a background check – PCI (Payment Card Industry) compliance guidelines require us to do background checks.  We will do background checks for finalist applicants.

Schedule

Part-time, evening shifts, Sunday through Thursday, and Friday morning shift.  20 hours per week minimum.

Reports To

Direct Sales Manager

Compensation

Part-time employees receive all of the following: base hourly rate, raises to hourly rate based on sales totals, commission based on sales, weekly bonuses, and perks such as free comp tickets and event invitations.

Work Location

The primary work location is the administrative offices for The 5th Avenue Theatre, located in the Skinner Building at 1326 5th Avenue, in downtown Seattle.

To Apply

Please email a chronological resume, including all relevant phone sales experience, to cbond@5thavenue.org or call us at (206) 436.5799.  No walk-ins please.  These positions will remain open until filled.  Please apply immediately.

The 5th Avenue Theatre – A Great Place to Work

The 5th Avenue Theatre is acclaimed as one of the nation’s leading musical theater companies and is especially renowned for its production and development of new works.  Since 2002, the Seattle-based company has produced 17 new musicals. To date, nine (including the sensational hit Disney’s Aladdin) have moved on to Broadway premieres, earning a combined 15 Tony Awards, including two for Best Musical (Hairspray and Memphis). The 5th Avenue Theatre is also known for its world class, critically acclaimed productions of musicals chosen from both the contemporary canon and the Golden Age of Broadway. 

Unique in its Chinese-inspired design, this exquisite theater opened in 1926 as a venue for vaudeville and film. Today, under the leadership of Executive Producer and Artistic Director David Armstrong, Managing Director Bernadine C. Griffin and Producing Artistic Director Bill Berry, this non-profit theater company attracts an annual attendance of more than 300,000, including over 25,000 subscribers – one of the largest theater subscriptions in North America. 

In addition to its main stage productions, The 5th Avenue Theatre is also committed to encouraging the next generation of theatergoers through its extensive educational outreach programs.  For more information about The 5th Avenue Theatre, its season and its programs, please visit www.5thavenue.org.

The 5th Avenue Theatre is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 
The 5th Avenue Theatre Employment Opportunity
 
Guest Service Associates
Box Office and Phones
On Call Positions Available

The 5th Avenue Theatre has an excellent opportunity for friendly and enthusiastic Guest Service Associates. These are positions in our Guest Service Department (Box Office and inbound Phone Center.)  If you are skilled in customer service and would enjoy working with others in the exciting world of musical theater, this is the job for you!  On call positions are available for immediate hiring, so interested applicants should apply promptly according to the directions below.

Position Summary:

The Guest Service Associate assists patrons in person and on the phone, with single-ticket and subscription ticket sales, exchanges, upselling, donation asks, will-call and related services. Employees in this job classification may be assigned to both Box Office window and phone functions, depending on Theatre needs.

We are looking for candidates who demonstrate outstanding customer service and attention to detail, and who are team players, enthusiastic, articulate and have an interest in the arts.  

This recruitment is for on call staff. On call staff work a variable schedule depending on theatrical show needs and operational requirements; hours are typically evenings and weekends. Depending on Theatre needs, additional hours may be available. Schedules are created several weeks in advance for the whole run of a show.

Essential Functions:

  • Assist patrons on the phone or in-person for single ticket and subscription ticket sales and exchanges.
  • Describe and promote season ticket packages to single ticket inbound buyers.
  • Provide general information to subscribers and patrons.
  • Handle customer issues, or appropriately escalate to other personnel as needed.
  • Accurately count and balance received checks, cash and credit cards at the close of shift.
  • Process and distribute will-call during shows.
  • Support The Theatre’s fundraising efforts with simple donation requests during sales transactions, including explaining The Theatre’s donor benefits, specials, and offers.
  • Deliver outstanding customer service.
  • Answer patron questions promptly, accurately, respectfully, and thoroughly.
  • Provide assistance as needed on various administrative projects.
  • Contribute to a positive, supportive team environment where all staff members can be successful.
  • Perform upselling & cross-selling services.

Required Qualifications:

  • At least one year of successful customer service experience; sales experience preferred, and ticketing a plus.
  • Demonstrated success handling cash, checks, and credit cards.
  • Positive, articulate, outgoing, and friendly personality; a sense of humor a plus!
  • Able to work in an upbeat and often fast-paced environment.
  • Comfortable answering customer questions and patience to resolve customer service issues.
  • Organizational skills: the ability to multi-task, to remain calm and efficient in a busy work environment, and ability to maintain a high level of attention to detail.
  • Tessitura experience desired.
  • High school diploma (or GED).
  • Ability to stand for long periods of time, up to the duration of a shift (Box Office) and communicate effectively over the telephone for the duration of a shift (Phones.)
  • Ability to take a background check. PCI (Payment Card Industry) compliance guidelines require us to do background checks. (We will do background checks for applicants at the finalist stage.)

Reports To:

Ticketing Manager  & Assistant Ticketing Manager.

Compensation:

$13.00 per hour.    

Sick leave benefits are also provided, accrued per Seattle sick leave ordinance.  In addition, employees are eligible for two comp tickets to most shows on opening night. 

Work Location:

The work location is The 5th Avenue Theatre, 1308 5th Avenue, in downtown Seattle.

Application Procedure:

Please send cover letter, chronological resume and references to:

Email:              ticketingjob@5thavenue.org

                        Put in Subject Line:  Application for On Call Position

Or mail to:       The 5th Avenue Theatre

                        Attn: Ticketing Job

                        1326 - 5th Avenue, Suite 735

                        Seattle, WA  98101

Please, no walk-ins or phone calls.

The 5th Avenue Theatre – A Great Place to Work

The 5th Avenue Theatre is acclaimed as one of the nation’s leading musical theater companies and is especially renowned for its production and development of new works.  Since 2002, the Seattle-based company has produced 17 new musicals. To date, nine (including the sensational hit Disney’s Aladdin) have moved on to Broadway premieres, earning a combined 15 Tony Awards, including two for Best Musical (Hairspray and Memphis). The 5th Avenue Theatre is also known for its world class, critically acclaimed productions of musicals chosen from both the contemporary canon and the Golden Age of Broadway. 

Unique in its Chinese-inspired design, this exquisite theater opened in 1926 as a venue for vaudeville and film. Today, under the leadership of Executive Producer and Artistic Director David Armstrong, Managing Director Bernadine C. Griffin and Producing Artistic Director Bill Berry, this non-profit theater company attracts an annual attendance of more than 300,000, including over 25,000 subscribers – one of the largest theater subscriptions in North America. 

In addition to its main stage productions, The 5th Avenue Theatre is also committed to encouraging the next generation of theatergoers through its extensive educational outreach programs.  For more information about The 5th Avenue Theatre, its season and its programs, please visit www.5thavenue.org.

The 5th Avenue Theater is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

5th Avenue Theatre Employment Opportunity

Production Runner

This temporary position is for the period March 28, 2017 through April 19, 2017 (end date is currently approximate.)

In addition, with satisfactory performance the incumbent may be rehired for the period May 11, 2017 through approximately June 14, 2017.

Position Summary

The 5th Avenue Theatre has an opening for the temporary position of Production Runner.  The Production Runner provides assistance to The Theatre’s Production Department by making pick-ups, deliveries and returns for the scenic, costume, paint and prop shops, and performs other related duties as needed.  A cargo van is provided by The Theatre for this work.

Essential Functions

  • The Production Runner provides a wide range of support functions for theatrical productions and special events, including purchasing and picking up needed items for the show, running errands, delivering equipment, providing general support to Production and Technical Department personnel, and other related duties.
  • The Production Runner purchases/picks-up items at stores and/or other locations in the area, which are needed during the load-in and technical rehearsal process.
  • Sometimes other production related projects/errands may be required.

Reports To

Production Logistics Coordinator.

Required Qualifications

  • The ideal candidate is an enthusiastic, motivated, versatile, reliable, and flexible individual.  Theatrical technical/production experience is preferred but is not required.
  • Possess the ability to work as a team member and maintain a positive attitude even in times of stress (i.e., tech week).
  • Possess the ability to lift, push, or maneuver up to 50 lbs. repeatedly, either alone or with assistance from others.
  • Be able to be entrusted with a company credit card for authorized purchases, submit receipts daily.
  • Be able to be entrusted with petty cash, keep receipts, track expenditures and reconcile funds.
  • Be able to log mileage and parking expenses
  • Be flexible and well organized
  • Be able to think on your feet
  • Have good communication skills and be tactful and diplomatic
  • Be able to take orders, including from multiple people and organize/prioritize activities.
  • Demonstrate regular and reliable attendance and punctuality
  • Be versatile and be willing to learn
  • Must possess a current valid Washington State driver’s license with a good driving record.
  • Familiarity with driving through the Seattle/Bellevue/King County area is preferred.Must be able to use maps to effectively reach destinations and locations.
  • Must comply with driving, health and safety laws and rules
  • Also preferred is a good sense of humor.
  • The finalist for this position must complete a background check.

Compensation

$15.00 per hour.  In addition, the Production Runner will receive two comp tickets to the show.

Schedule

This temporary position is for the period March 28, 2017 through April 19, 2017 (end date is currently approximate.) In addition, with satisfactory performance the incumbent may be rehired for the period May 11, 2017 through approximately June 14, 2017.

The schedule will usually be Tuesdays-Saturdays, 8:00 am-5:00 pm, with Sundays and most Mondays off. At the same time, Monday shifts will sometimes also be necessary.  The position will work approximately 40 hours per week, with eligibility for overtime for hours worked over 40 in the week.

Work Location

The primary work location is The 5th Avenue Theatre, 1308 5th Avenue, in downtown Seattle.  In addition, the Production Runner will be responsible for driving to various locations in the community to perform duties.

Application Procedure

To apply, please email the following two items: a cover letter that explains how you meet or exceed the requirements for the position, and chronological resume, to mchapman@5thavenue.org.

The deadline to apply is 5:00 PM, Wednesday, March 15, 2017.

You may also mail your application materials to:

The 5th Avenue Theatre

Attention: M. Chapman, Production Dept.

1326 - 5th Avenue, Suite 735
Seattle, WA  98101

This job will remain open until filled.  For prompt consideration, please apply immediately. No phone calls or walk-ins please.

The 5th Avenue Theatre – A Great Place to Work

The 5th Avenue Theatre is acclaimed as one of the nation’s leading musical theater companies and is especially renowned for its production and development of new works.  Since 2002, the Seattle-based company has produced 17 new musicals. To date, nine (including the sensational hit Disney’s Aladdin) have moved on to Broadway premieres, earning a combined 15 Tony Awards, including two for Best Musical (Hairspray and Memphis). The 5th Avenue Theatre is also known for its world class, critically acclaimed productions of musicals chosen from both the contemporary canon and the Golden Age of Broadway. 

Unique in its Chinese-inspired design, this exquisite theater opened in 1926 as a venue for vaudeville and film. Today, under the leadership of Executive Producer and Artistic Director David Armstrong, Managing Director Bernadine C. Griffin and Producing Artistic Director Bill Berry, this non-profit theater company attracts an annual attendance of more than 300,000, including over 25,000 subscribers – one of the largest theater subscriptions in North America. 

In addition to its main stage productions, The 5th Avenue Theatre is also committed to encouraging the next generation of theatergoers through its extensive educational outreach programs.  

For more information about The 5th Avenue Theatre, its season and its programs, please visit https://www.5thavenue.org/

The 5th Avenue Theatre is an Equal Opportunity Employer.