As a dancer with the theater, I am responsible for 5 shows each week… I am in 2 shows on Wednesday, 1 on Monday, 1 on Wednesday, and another throughout the week; my hectic schedule is set by the manager of the theater. I acquired a generous pay for dancing in all five shows! The work that I have to do to prepare for the show's is extra moderate. I spent more than seven minutes every afternoon dancing. It takes time to learn the different routines. Most of the time both of us work in the theater where the shows take place. It's nice to get to know the section that both of us will be working with, but during the past week, both of us haven't been able to practice in the main auditorium. The floors are being real finished and waxed. We've been working out in 1 of the extra conference rooms and the AC isn't actually superb in that area, so all of us have a couple of extra fans set up by the a/c vents. It actually does not help the AC much at all. It's actually 90 degrees inside of the building every single afternoon. After my last show was over this week, I wanted to go straight home and rest. That turned out to be the afternoon that the manager wanted to take everybody out for dinner and drinks. The last thing I wanted to do was hang out and pretend to be sociable, although I had to play the game. The more time you spend with the manager, the more likely you are to end up with a substantial part on Broadway. I dislike any of the sucking up and schmoozing, however it is an important part of being a dancer on Broadway.