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Updated: July 20, 2013 13:33 IST

Be a volunteer for The Hindu MetroPlus Theatre Festival

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Here's your chance to be part of The Hindu MetroPlus Theatre Festival

Here’s your chance to volunteer for The Hindu MetroPlus Theatre Festival.

India’s biggest theatre festival is here in its 9th year running and we’re looking for some working hands and willing minds to join. If you’ve ever been fascinated by the magic of the stage or itching to work in a spirited group, build a sense of theatre and management or just want to do something different and, most important, HAVE FUN — trust us, this is the place to be.

The Hindu MetroPlus Theatre Festival, managed by evam is scheduled to start in Chennai on the 2nd weekend of August and we are hiring now! We want energetic, enthusiastic, creative youngsters with time on their hands to help us run the festival. A whole month’s worth of work and experience goes into the festival. You will get to be involved in marketing, ticketing, designing, production, decors, online media and various other aspects that are an integral part of the fest.

The fest runs for 6 days (Aug 10th–11th & Aug 15th-18th ) featuring some of the biggest names in the Indian theatre circuit. If you are interested in event management or having a creative experience, or looking to earn a bit or watch some great theatre, contact us now!

Come, help out and have fun. Recruitments are on!

For details, mail with your name, contact details, qualification & city or call us at 09840612333

For the detailed schedule of MPTF 2013 in all five cities, click here.

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