Supernumeraries are paid volunteers who appear on stage in non-speaking, non-singing roles, much like being an extra in a movie. Being a "super" takes some time and patience, but is a lot of fun and a great learning experience. Super roles are varied, but might include servants, soldiers, peasants, priests and priestesses, dancers, bartenders, waiters, Japanese relatives, ragamuffins, pickpockets, and sometimes even animals! The majority of super roles are for adults, but in some occasions children also have an opportunity to participate.
For more information, contact Jesse Koza at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-346-7372.