boxkeeper

boxkeeper

(ˈbɒksˌkiːpə)
n
(Theatre) an attendant responsible for theatre boxes
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The records of Old Bailey proceedings online (OBPO) show that her father worked for Rich as a boxkeeper at the Lincoln's Inn Fields theatre, but was killed in a brawl in June 1720 (OBPO: t17200712-40).
During the theatrical season at least, London's theatres provided a steady, if modest, income for many men and women who remained on staff as longtime employees; the earnings of minor house servants such as boxkeepers and dressers were certainly in line with typical tradesmen and labourer's wages of the period (Earle The Making of the English 329-30).