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Performing Arts interview questions

WET Interviews /  HQ: Sun Valley

23 Interviews

2.5 Easy

House of Blues Interviews /  HQ: Los Angeles

17 Interviews / Part of Live Nation Entertainment

2.1 Easy

Sundance Institute Interviews /  HQ: Park City, UT

14 Interviews

2.8 Average

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She asked specific questions about how I would put together a wine list for the restaurant / club.

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Assembling a wine list for a business requires you to be involved with the establishment. As I was not working there and not intimately familiar with the menu or clientele, I felt that my answer was somewhat generic.

let me tell you how you would build a list for HOB and Foundation Room, you dont! They do it at a corporate level for $ kick-backs and send you an email with your mandated wines. you dodged a bullet, working for them was fun except for the lack of creative free range allowed at any level.

How long do you expect to stay with our company?

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none - this was a very simple interview to verify my skills and experience for the position

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I wouldn't say the questions were difficult but they definitely made you think. First there was a phone screen after weeks of applying then I had to create a proposal on two questions that were asked.

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If I was punctual

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There weren't any particular difficult or unexpected questions, but they did ask me to describe my level of technical experience (knowing I was coming from a tech sales position).

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Have you designed equipment which was water tight? What components of ours are you interested in?

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What is your background in Music?

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The interview was more of a discussion. We spoke about my experiences at my previous employers and what I was able to achieve. And what I could bring to my new position.

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Taking a skills test given by the GM at my side, overlooking my work...but she was very professional and actually nice, throughout.

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