Calgary Community Theatre Ltd (CCTL) manages the Beddington Heights Community Arts Centre as a centre for community activities with a focus on the performing arts. We are recruiting a part-time Box Office & Facility Attendant. The hours are in the evenings and weekends, typically one to three shifts per week depending on how busy the facility is. We are also looking for someone who is available to work late nights (the latest is until 2:00am).
- Sell show tickets for StoryBook Theatre Society and Front Row Centre Players to patrons using Theatre Manager
- Run the box office when there is a performance in the theatre
- Check tenants in and out of the building
- Answer tenant queries and concerns about the facility
- Answer inquiries over the phone
- Collect payments, issue receipts, manage cash
- Key holder responsibilities
- Supervise building to ensure security
- Minor janitorial duties
- Lock up at the end of the night
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Must be able to be understood over the phone in English
- Customer-oriented focus
- Excellent at multitasking
- Ability to handle stressful situations in a calm and professional manner
- Positive attitude and ability to work effectively as a team member
- Ability to work independently and take initiative
- Mature, trustworthy, reliable and punctual
- Use of MS Office
- Advanced Online skills using software applications such as Dropbox, Trello and Facebook
- Knowledge of Theatre Manager Software an asset
Suitably qualified candidates are asked to send their resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We thank all applicants for their interest in Calgary Community Theatre Ltd. Please no phone calls and only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Wouldn’t it be great if…
- The Seats in the BHCAC theatre were more Comfortable?
- At a higher incline so that everyone had a better view of the stage?
- Were permanently numbered?
- Easier to move for tech rehearsals?
- You could put your name on a seat forever?
Well guess what?
This is all going to be a reality…but we need your help. CCTL, representing StoryBook Theatre and Front Row Centre Players, have a goal to have this new seat and riser system in place for the 2015/2016 season.
CCTL would like to give a HUGE THANK YOU TO the Pathway Church
and their volunteer groups from Houston Texas and Austin Texas, along with Cloverdale Paints for donating their time, work and paint supplies to repaint what we refer to as the Parthenon. They also did a major grounds clean-up and repaired the lighting on the building. This project would not have been tackled without them. Thank you so very much.
See our before and after pics…
Dear valued Tenants and Potential Tenants of the BHCAC,
Please be advised that effective July 1st, 2015 our rental rates have increased due to inflation and current market values.
If you are currently in a rental agreement with CCTL then your rates will remain the same until the renewal of your rental agreement.
The rates have increased by $1 per hour, per room. Therefore our rates are now as follows:
Community Hall $51 per hour
Large Studio $41 per hour
Small Studio $31 per hour
Kitchen $21 per hour
Boardroom $21 per hour (2 hour minimum)
Again, this only effects new rental agreements, all existing rental agreements will remain the same.
Thank again for your valued patronage and business as we continue to work to make this facility great. For more information on renting at the BHCAC click here.
A Message from the Beddington Heights Community Association regarding the Land Use and Hockey Rink:
“We have received lots of questions on the subject of the building and rink and as a Board wanted to provide residents a high level summary of the past few years:
• July 1 2010: building at 375 Bermuda Dr NW was turned back to the City of Calgary.
• July 1 2012: building at 375 Bermuda Dr NW leased to Calgary Community Theatre Ltd with a long term lease signed between BHCA and CCTL for continued space for the Beddington Before and After School Care Program.
• Rink maintenance between 2009-2015 very minimal and basic due to the future of the facility being unknown.
• May 2014: request for new lands submitted to the City of Calgary with intent to relocate BHCA amenities.
• June 2014 to current: Beddington resident engagement in order to develop usage plan for new site based on community need, interest and support.
• June 2015: rigid board structure to be removed from existing rink site due to their state of repair, liability issues, cost of repair and continued uncertainty of the length of use at current location
As a community association we need to hear from you to best support our community. We are currently investigating options for a small facility, amenities and programs in the community and require your input. We are aiming to hear from a min. of 15% of residents to build our business plan for the future and support our business case for amenity/ facility developments. Please take a few minutes to complete our survey at http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/cns-surveys/beddington/ “
CCTL is now proud to offer reduced rates for qualifying Non-Profit Arts Groups. Click here for more info.
We now have a Quartet® Euro™ Magnetic Presentation Easel, Whiteboard/Flipchart, 27″ x 39″, that tenants are welcome to use on a first come first serve basis. It is a very versatile tool that can be used for lessons, displays and presentations.
If you would like to buy a flip chart pad of paper, we have them for sale for $20 each. We also have flip chart markers, dry erase markers and eraser, and magnets that you may borrow to use with the presentation easel.
Request at time of booking to ensure it is available for your use.
*Please note that any permanent damage to this equipment caused by any group may be charged against their rental security deposit.
CCTL is proud to announce that the Beddington Heights Community Arts Centre is fully operational as of September 1, 2013.
We are excited to offer several different sizes of Halls and Studios for rent. All studios are equipped with a full wall of mirrors and dance floor suitable for all types of dance including Tap! All rooms can be rented for rehearsals, parties, meetings, religious services etc…
Our Community Hall is our largest rental space and has a dining capacity of 125 people (200 in assembly) and has an attached prep kitchen available for rent as well.
See our “About the Space” page for more info and rates or contract Brenda Spénard, our facility administrator at 587-329-9541 or email@example.com.
Our resident Theatre Companies are also in full swing. If you are interested in coming to see one of the shows please visit www.storybooktheatre.org or www.frontrowcentre.ca for all the upcoming productions and events.
We look forward to seeing you here!
Well the renovation is in full swing, the old walls and stage have come down to make way for the new spaces, but I just wanted to share some curious things that emerged from the woodwork (pun intended)…
This mural of the mountains emerged from behind the screen over the old stage, I’m sure it probably brings back memories for some!:
A little present left behind at some point in the past 30 years…
The project is still on time and we’re anticipating completion for September!
We have submitted grant applications for a project to renovate the main hall of the Beddington Heights Community Arts Centre. This project will rejuvenate and revamp this space in many ways, expanding and sprucing up the lobby at the same time, and address many of the lifecycle issues in this part of the building.
There will be 2 studio-style rehearsal spaces/multi-use studios on the window side of today’s main hall and a smaller main hall on the other side. The opportunity means that we can address some of the storage needs and issues that currently plague the building – in particular the needs of the Before and After School Program are high on our list.
Here are some conceptual drawings to show you what these new spaces could look like. All of this is contingent upon appropriate funding from the city and province. Also these are only conceptual drawings, construction drawings still need to be prepared which could cause changes to the layout and plans. However the project as shown is 95% within the existing shell of the space, adding new walls and moving some existing ones, so we do not anticipate major deviations from this plan.
If our grants are successful, this project is expected to start July 1st 2013 and to be completed prior to August 31st, ready for the resumption of the Before and After School Program in September. Both the BASP summer camp program and the StoryBook Theatre summer camp programs will still take place during this time, please contact those groups if you have an y questions or concerns.
Please note that this means that no bookings will be available in the halls for July & August, and that at the completion of this project, there will no longer be a 400+ person hall with full commercial kitchen, but rather a 150-200 person hall with a food prep area. This will fit well into most of the community purposes that the main hall is used for today.