THE SECOND CITY is currently hiring part-time SERVERS for our theaters. Minimum of 2 years serving experience in a fast paced environment is necessary and cocktailing experience is a plus. Resumes should show a stable work history and should include two professional references. Applicants must be available nights, weekends, and holidays.
The Second City is the premier brand in improv-based sketch comedy, and the world’s largest school of improvisation, with theatres and training centers in Chicago, Toronto, and Hollywood. In addition to the renowned Mainstage, etc. and Up theaters, (where people like Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, Aidy Bryant and Keegan Michael-Key got their starts) Second City Chicago is also home to a suite of full-time touring ensembles and the first-of-its-kind Harold Ramis Comedy Film School.
We are an open, inclusive workplace and welcome applicants who bring along with them diverse life experiences, including every permutation of economic and cultural backgrounds, orientation, ethnicity and points of view. We strive to continue our efforts to work with people who may otherwise be marginalized or underrepresented in our business and around our Chicagoland community.
All candidates for this role will be asked to authorize a background check and must be 21 and older.
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Since 1959, The Second City has established itself as the premier institution for improvisation. The Chicago theater has three stages: The Second City Main stage, The Second City E.T.C., and UP Comedy Club. The Second City Comedy Theater has had a monumental influence on the American entertainment industry and can claim a vast list of alumni including: Alan Arkin, Dan Aykroyd, Jim Belushi, John Belushi,, John Candy, Steve Carell, Dan Castalleneta, Stephen Colbert, Chris Farley, Tina Fey, Bonnie Hunt, Shelly Long, Bill Murray, Mike Myers, Amy Poehler, Joan Rivers, Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie and Martin Short. This is an abbreviated list! No other institution in the world can claim to have nurtured and influenced so many successful comic performers.