Happy Labor Day!

As the holiday weekend approaches, we often think of it as the unofficial end of summer, a time for barbecues, and a last chance to soak up the sun. But beyond the picnics and parades, Labor Day is a moment to reflect on the hard work and dedication of the labor force that keeps our society running smoothly.

Today we’d like to take the opportunity to acknowledge some people who work behind the scenes in our industry, and allow us to share magic of Broadway!


Have you ever marveled at the way Broadway sets seem to come to life, transporting you to a different world entirely? This is the magic of stagehands at work. They are responsible for the assembly, disassembly, and maintenance of sets, props, and equipment. They ensure that each scene change is seamless and that every element is in perfect working order, allowing the actors to shine on stage. Not only do they unload the entire show into the theatre, they have to pack it back up and make sure it’s secured and ready to move on to the next city.

Box Office

When you book your tickets to a touring Broadway show, you likely interact with the friendly and knowledgeable box office staff. They are the first point of contact for theatergoers and play a crucial role in ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience. They’re there to answer any questions you may have about pricing, seating arrangements, and ticketing in general, all while in a timely manner.


In an era where safety and security are paramount concerns, the role of security personnel in the touring Broadway industry cannot be overstated. These vigilant professionals work tirelessly to create a secure environment for both theatergoers and performers, whether the tour is in a big city or a small town. Their responsibilities extend from bag checks and ensuring the orderly flow of crowds to handling emergencies and responding to unforeseen incidents. While their work might often go unnoticed, it is their presence that allows everyone in the theater to enjoy the performance without worry, no matter where that theater may be located.

We want to thank our officers and security team for taking the time to work our show nights and provide us with that peace of mind.

Ushers/Event Staff

Ushers make sure our audience members are informed and know where they’re going, while getting them there efficiently and safely. They guide you to your seats, provide programs, and assist with any special requests. Ushers work tirelessly to ensure that the theater environment remains tranquil and inviting, allowing you to immerse yourself fully in the performance. We want to thank our other event staff such as our building managers, janitorial staff, and other volunteers who dedicate their time and effort into making every experience at the theatre an enjoyable, easy, and seamless experience.


Concession stand workers are the unsung heroes responsible for keeping your taste buds entertained during intermissions and before the show begins, regardless of where that show is traveling. These dedicated individuals work diligently to ensure that you have a wide array of refreshments to choose from. From preparing and serving snacks to restocking supplies and maintaining cleanliness, they play a pivotal role in satisfying your cravings and ensuring you stay energized and comfortable throughout the performance.

So the next time you attend a Broadway production remember that the true stars of the theatre are not just the performers on the stage, but they’re also the ones behind it who make it all possible.

We want to say THANK YOU and hope everyone enjoys their well deserved day off!