ticket taker


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Synonyms for ticket taker

someone who is paid to admit only those who have purchased tickets

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And is Peter Ueberroth on board with this, at least as a ticket taker for the equestrian events?
Such frugality made sense, recalls leading lady, general manager and ticket taker Catherine Russell, since everyone expected a standard 16 performance showcase run.
They started shooting everyone - Egyptians, foreigners, children," said a ticket taker.
Through "Print at Home" ticketing, moviegoers log-on, select a movie and showtime, print their ticket instantly from home or work, and then go directly to the ticket taker at the theatre.
Then, when we walked over to the pimply ticket taker, he looked around conspiratorially, leaned close to us and said in half-whisper, "If you see any kids sneaking into the theater, do me a favor and let me know.
He worked his way up the ranks from ticket taker at a Los Angeles theater to Senior Vice President of Corporate Operations during his 23-year career at AMC.
From the individual who offered to contact National Grid to run power to the site to the ticket taker who bailed 24 hours before the first walk, Mr.
At the theater, a ticket taker scans the bar code with a handheld device and instantly prints out the appropriate number of ticket stubs for the entire party.
7 -- color) Carol Burnett, who donated funds for the creation of the new mural at the back VIP entrance, smiles like the painted version of herself as a ticket taker.
At the theater door, a ticket taker scans the bar code with a handheld device and instantly prints out the appropriate number of ticket stubs for the entire party.
Customers who print their own tickets at home will be able to bypass theatre box-office lines and present their ticket directly to a ticket taker for admission.
The easiest positions to fill are food service and ticket taker jobs that start at $5.
There will be 60 ushers and ticket takers working at the Dolby Theater at Hollywood & Highland Center this year.
Among those most at risk are typists and legal secretaries, hand sewers, tellers, credit analysts, telephone operators, filing clerks, ushers, lobby attendants, ticket takers, cooks and nuclear power reactor operators.
Other prominent moves include offering customers the ability to return or exchange tickets; and a Mobile Ticketing initiative that bypasses bar codes and theater scanning of tickets, letting customers simply show ticket takers their phone as they walk in.