Boston Lyric Opera

11 Avenue de Lafayette
Boston, MA 02111

Date Posted:
February 12, 2019

Eastern Massachusetts



Front-of-House Staff (Part-Time/Temporary)


The Audience Services team at Boston Lyric Opera is seeking a dedicated group of outgoing, hard-working people to work Front-of-House for the upcoming productions of The Rape of Lucretia from March 9th-March 17th at the Artists for Humanity EpiCenter and The Handmaid’s Tale at the Lavietes Pavilion at Harvard from May 3rd-May 12th.

Must have experience interacting with the public as well as energy and enthusiasm. Strong customer service skills are needed. Those with Front-of-House experience as a House Manager and/or Usher are strongly encouraged to apply.
Time Commitments:

Please note that all times listed below may be adjusted based on the staffing needs for a particular performance. The ability to work all of the below time commitments is ideal, and priority will be given to those who are able to work 4 or more shifts for either or both productions. We will make every effort to ensure that Front of House Staff are able to see the production.

The Rape of Lucretia

· Saturday, March 9th at 7PM (Training/Final Dress Rehearsal): Shift 5PM–9:30PM

· Monday, March 11that 7:30PM (Opening Night): Shift 5:30PM–10:30PM

· Wednesday, March 13th at 7:30PM: Shift 5:30PM–10:30PM

· Friday, March 15th at 7:30PM: Shift 5:30PM–10:30PM

· Saturday, March 16th at 7:30PM: Shift 5:30PM–10:30PM

· Sunday, March 17th at 5PM: Shift 3PM–8PM

The Handmaid’s Tale

· Friday, May 3rd at 7PM (Training/Final Dress Rehearsal): Shift 5PM–11PM

· Sunday, May 5th at 3PM (Opening Night): Shift 1PM–7PM

· Wednesday, May 8th at 7:30PM: Shift 5PM–11PM

· Friday, May 10th at 7:30PM: Shift 5PM–11PM

· Sunday, May 12th at 3PM: Shift 1PM–7PM

How To Apply:

E-mail resume with availability with “Spring 2019 FOH staff” as the subject. No phone calls, please.

Apply by:
March 01, 2019
This position offers a stipend based on availability.
About this Organization:

Founded in 1976, Boston Lyric Opera’s mission is to build curiosity, enthusiasm, and support for opera, by creating musically and theatrically compelling productions, events, and educational resources for our community and beyond. BLO produces opera in all forms, large to small, popular to less known, from early music to newly commissioned works. BLO’s programs are funded, in part, by grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.