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Helping hands wanted in stage productions

Toneelgroep Haagse Beemden is looking for helping hands who will ensure that the theater productions run smoothly. There is a lot involved in creating a stage production, of course there are actors who immerse themselves in their role, but the actors also need clothing that suits their role. Sometimes this clothing has to be made or a treasure hunt has to be set up through various thrift stores. . In addition, the decor is an important part of a production, these decor pieces usually have to be specially made or a visit to a thrift store is also a solution here. Anyone who likes to fiddle is welcome as a props employee, the props can be the craziest things or just a regular walking stick for one of the roles. All these things are the finishing touches of a theater performance. The helping hands are therefore an important contribution to every production. If you would like to be one of the helping hands, please contact us by sending a message.

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Toneelgroep Haagse Beemden is looking for helping hands who will ensure that the theater productions run smoothly. There is a lot involved in creating a stage production, of course there are actors who immerse themselves in their role, but the actors also need clothing that suits their role. Sometimes this clothing has to be made or a treasure hunt has to be set up through various thrift stores. . In addition, the decor is an important part of a production, these decor pieces usually have to be specially made or a visit to a thrift store is also a solution here. Anyone who likes to fiddle is welcome as a props employee, the props can be the craziest things or just a regular walking stick for one of the roles. All these things are the finishing touches of a theater performance. The helping hands are therefore an important contribution to every production.
If you would like to be one of the helping hands, please contact us by sending a message.

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