- managing rehearsal schedules of one, two or three plays at a time
- scheduling audition dates that won't conflict with rehearsal dates
- meeting with potential exhibitors for future art exhibits
- planning artist installations and receptions for upcoming exhibits
- allowing for time and use by the resident I.S performing groups: Village Playhouse and Skai Performing Academy
- scheduling events by community organizations such as the Young Non-profit Professionals Network
- allowing time for set construction that doesn't interfere with the many events already listed
Add to that list, the ongoing maintenance and upkeep of the building, such as:
- acquiring PADDED seats for audience comfort.... all of which I'm trying to reupholster (with the help of Kevin Batcher)
- acquiring VERY COOL shelves (hand-made to my specifications by Marshall Crick) that will allow for displaying of sale items and smaller 3D artwork
- craeating a mosaic mural on the walls in the foyer adjacent to the bathrooms (YES, it's gonna happen, with the help of several artists!)
It's crazy-busy! But it's GOOD and crazy!
I wonder if I'll survive all the excitement....