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ZACH Theatre

Lead Dresser
Production
Experience Required

Mid (3-6 yrs exp)

Job Description
POSITION SUMMARY:

The Lead Dresser leads the wardrobe crew in conjunction with the Wardrobe Supervisor. The Lead Dresser ensures the correct implementation of wardrobe functions and assists in planning wardrobe tracks and assigning dresser duties. This includes supervision, and at times execution, of daily wig maintenance, hair and make-up application on actors, tracking inventory and maintaining a safe work environment.
 
Great Benefits Offered!
  • Employer Paid Healthcare
  • Paid Vacation, Personal & Sick Time
  • 401k Matching Program
  • Free Tickets to Shows
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  • Perform all duties as assigned by Stage Operations Supervisor and Wardrobe Supervisor
  • Acts as Lead Dresser on all main stage productions and events
  • Maintain order backstage and see that all work rules are followed
  • Collaborate with Wardrobe Supervisor in planning and creating show run sheets and planning and assigning dresser duties
  • Act as dresser and wardrobe crew for dress rehearsals, previews, and performances, assisting actors in quick or difficult costume changes
  • Assist in costume load-in and strike
  • Assists in preparing wardrobe areas, including quick-change booths, dressing rooms, and wardrobe maintenance room
  • Ensure proper care and maintenance for garments and accessories
  • Accounts for preset costume items for quick changes, assists actors in quick costume changes, hair and make-up application and training wardrobe crew, as needed
  • Assist actors with hair and make-up preparation and getting into costume as needed
  • Ensure proper execution of quick changes
  • Maintain a constant state of readiness and availability during the entire run of the show and quickly solve any urgent or unforeseen problems
  • Perform emergency costume repairs
  • Inventory all costumes post-show
  • Assist in laundering costumes
  • Monitor need for costume repairs and report to Costume Shop Supervisor and Wardrobe Supervisor via the Nightly Wardrobe Report
  • Maintain open lines of communication between wardrobe staff, Costume Shop Supervisor, and Stage Management

Please visit our website for full job description and benefits information: https://zachtheatre.org/about-us/work-with-us/working-at-zach/

You may also voluntarily self-identify in the following categories in a cover letter or note that you include in your email:
Gender: Woman, Man, Genderqueer/Gender non-binary, prefer to self-describe
Pronouns: Please include your preferred pronouns.
Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino, White (not Hispanic or Latino) Black or African American (not Hispanic or Latino), Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander (not Hispanic or Latino), Asian (not Hispanic or Latino), Native American or Alaska Native (not Hispanic or Latino), Two or more races (not Hispanic or Latino)
 
Actor's Equity Association has set up strict guidelines that must be followed to allow Equity Actors members to work in future productions. 

ZACH is intending to operate as a fully vaccinated workplace per the guidance issued by Actors Equity.


 

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ZACH Theatre

Experience Required

Mid (3-6 yrs exp)

Job Description
POSITION SUMMARY:

Responsible for the successful and efficient execution of wardrobe operations as a critical member of the Costumes and Wardrobe department. In coordination with the  Costume Shop Supervisor’s guidance and instruction, the Wardrobe Supervisor is responsible for staffing  wardrobe run crew, managing wardrobe budgets and expenses for all productions, and completing the daily wardrobe needs of each production in a year-round equity non-profit professional theatre. 
 
Great Benefits Offered!
  • Employer Paid Healthcare
  • Paid Vacation, Personal & Sick Time
  • 401k Matching Program
  • Free Tickets to Shows
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  • Work with Costume Shop Supervisor to hire wardrobe crew for all main stage productions
  • Attend and take notes during all scheduled production meetings, designer run-thrus and full-dress technical rehearsals. 
  • Coordinate with costume designer and manager to identify, plan and organize the wardrobe needs for each production
  • Create and label a dressing station for each actor per show in dressing rooms
  • Purchase, pull, organize and label all show undergarment needs of each actor
  • Supervise wardrobe crew on the labeling, steaming and ironing of all costumes during load-in and during the run of the production
  • Organize and lead costume load in and costume strike
  • Complete costume strike in-house laundry and dry cleaning
  • Assist with costume shop clean up by restocking struck costumes after a production closes

Please visit our website for full job description and benefits information: https://zachtheatre.org/about-us/work-with-us/working-at-zach/


You may also voluntarily self-identify in the following categories in a cover letter or note that you include in your email:
Gender: Woman, Man, Genderqueer/Gender non-binary, prefer to self-describe
Pronouns: Please include your preferred pronouns.
Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino, White (not Hispanic or Latino) Black or African American (not Hispanic or Latino), Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander (not Hispanic or Latino), Asian (not Hispanic or Latino), Native American or Alaska Native (not Hispanic or Latino), Two or more races (not Hispanic or Latino)
 
Actor's Equity Association has set up strict guidelines that must be followed to allow Equity Actors members to work in future productions. 

ZACH is intending to operate as a fully vaccinated workplace per the guidance issued by Actors Equity.
 

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ZACH Theatre

Experience Required

Mid (3-6 yrs exp)

Job Description
POSITION SUMMARY: In charge of the on time and on budget execution of Scenery for Main Stage, Education and Event productions under the leadership of the Production & Technical Director. This position works in conjunction with the Production & Technical Director and Stage Operations Supervisor in order to achieve high pace and safe scenery change overs. Maintains budgets, creates calendars, schedules, hires and supervises technical personnel for all operations at the Nowlin-Renaud Scenic Studios, including Scenery, Paints, and Props shops.
 
Please see our website for full description and compensation https://zachtheatre.org/about-us/work-with-us/working-at-zach/
 
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
·   Supervises the Nowlin-Renaud Scenic Studios project management of the Scenic, Paint, and Props shops including the building and delivery of all scenery, props, and special effects for all productions under the leadership of the Production & Technical Director. This includes Scenic construction, scenic painting, scenic automation, and properties construction and painting.
·   Implements Nowlin-Renaud Scenic Studios workplace safety program and develops new protocols and processes to maintain safe and best practices in a dynamic workplace, including holding weekly meetings about safety and current productions
·   Supervises all staff of the Nowlin-Renuad Scenic Studios including approval of time sheets, PTO requests, performance feedback and review, and hiring/termination of full-time, part-time, and temporary part-time staff
·   Maintains all production equipment, tools, and stock goods, furniture, and scenery at the Nowlin-Renaud Scenic Studios
·   Coordinates all facility repairs, maintenance, inspections, and compliance of the Scenic Studios in coordination with the ZACH Facilities Director
·   Works effectively with the Production & Technical Director, Stage Operations Supervisor, and other departments to coordinate and achieve safe, efficient, and high paced changeovers
·   Keeps the Production & Technical Director informed of any problems within the Scenery Department via weekly budget updates and general sharing of information
·   Oversees FIFO Materials Inventory system for Scenic Studios
·   Development and maintenance of production and show budgets, as well as the submission of receipts to Finance on deadline


 

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ZACH Theatre

Experience Required

Mid (3-6 yrs exp)

Job Description
POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for assisting the Lighting/Video Supervisor in the daily operations of the lighting and video department; assist in implementation of designs as the Lead Electrician for productions as assigned.
 
Great Benefits Offered!
 - Employer Paid Healthcare
 - Paid Vacation, Personal & Sick Time
 - 401k Matching Program
 - Free Tickets to Shows
 
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
·             Assist the Lighting/Video Supervisor in the daily operations of the lighting/video department.
·             Assist in recruiting and training lighting and video technicians.
·             Oversee management and maintenance of electronic inventories, video systems and projectors, tracking needs, and logging significant repairs/outstanding issues.
·             Organize show specific Video and Projection systems.
·             Provide feedback in a timely manner through written logs as instructed by supervisor.
·             Assist Lighting/Video Supervisor in supervising and leading crews during load in and changeover including show specific prep, such as rigging and lighting positions, projector setup, building booms, along with construction and installation of various lighting practicals.
·             Ensuring that every light plot is hung, focused, and circuited on schedule and safely.

For full description and benefit information please visit our website https://zachtheatre.org/about-us/work-with-us/working-at-zach/

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ZACH Theatre

Experience Required

Mid (3-6 yrs exp)

Job Description
The Corporate & Foundations Manager provides strategic direction for achieving fundraising goals for ZACH Theatre’s institutional giving line items, including researching, cultivating, budgeting, acknowledging, and stewardship of corporate sponsorships, corporate philanthropic gifts, foundation and government grants, and in-kind partnerships. This role is responsible for building strategic relationships and ensuring those relationships achieve desired results. The ideal candidate will have excellent public speaking skills, be able to read a room and be able to influence executive decision making. This role serves as a collaborative member of the Development team and works with executive leadership, multiple internal departments and Board of Trustees to raise contributed income.
 
Great Benefits Offered!
 - Employer Paid Healthcare
 - Paid Vacation, Personal & Sick Time
 - 401k Matching Program
 - Free Tickets to Shows
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
●      Responsible for closing sponsorship and partner contracts
●      Strategically builds relationships and obtains large corporation sponsorships/gifts
●      Responsible for identification, research, cultivation, solicitation, invoicing, and stewardship/reporting of all institutional funders to achieve annual fundraising goals for corporate, foundation, government, and in-kind budget lines.
●      Recruits, leads, manages, and maintains ZACH's corporate sponsor cultivation efforts including Sponsorship Guide, Sponsor Packet, and complimentary Nights at the Theatre for corporate prospects with pre-show introductions to ZACH sponsorship opportunities.
●      Oversees execution of all corporate sponsorship benefits, including serving as ticket concierge and coordinating recognition and sponsor benefits with marketing, rentals, front of house, and program staff.
●      Works collaboratively with other departments to develop and submit project budgets, and data collection for evaluations and proposals.
●      Maintains accurate records and pull reports in ZACH’s Tessitura CRM database; and oversees the administration of Grants Calendar.
●      Supervisory responsibilities include managing contracted grant writers.
 
Please see our website for full job description and compensation: https://zachtheatre.org/about-us/work-with-us/working-at-zach/
 

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ZACH Theatre

Scenic Carpenter
Artist - Visual
Experience Required

Mid (3-6 yrs exp)

Job Description
POSITION SUMMARY: To construct scenery and set pieces in accordance with plans provided by technical management; includes carpentry, welding, work with plastics, foams, fabrics, or other materials (conventional and unconventional).
 
Great Benefits Offered!
Employer Paid Healthcare
Paid Vacation, Personal & Sick Time
401k Matching Program
Free Tickets to Shows

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Flint Institute of Music

Experience Required

Mid (3-6 yrs exp)

Job Description
The Opportunity
This is an exciting time to work at the Flint Institute of Music (FIM). FIM is experiencing significant growth and structural change that will create a more impactful and engaged community cultural destination for the people of Flint and Genesee County.  If you are an arts education / community engagement professional seeking an opportunity to be part of a mission-driven organization in the arts and culture sector, this could be a great place for you.

As one of several new senior management positions created to better serve the community, the Director of Education and Community Engagement will have an opportunity to shape a new department dedicated to strengthening the relationships between Flint and Genesee County communities and the Flint Institute of Music. The Education and Community Engagement Department is charged with achieving the broadest possible public involvement and engagement with all programs, performances, and opportunities to participate in the offerings of the Flint Institute of Music.

The Position
Reporting to the Vice President, Artistic and Community Programs, the person in this full-time, exempt position will play a key role in FIM’s ability to fully realize its potential for community and educational impact through the new integrated organizational model designed to facilitate interdivisional collaboration.

With a staff of two, Education Coordinator and Community Partnerships Coordinator, the Director of Education and Community Engagement produces and presents interactive and educational programs that bring FIM’s mission to life for all its patrons and those in the surrounding community.

The exemplary candidate for this position is one who can share with us their vision for providing accessible and equitable opportunities for all, while continuing to expand programming across FIM to connect with and engage the community in an authentic and meaningful way.

The successful candidate will be a thoughtful, confident leader and manager of FIM’s educational and community programs, a connector who is highly skilled at building and managing relationships with a broad range of people and personalities both within the organization and with the community at large.

They will have substantial experience creating educational performing arts programs and curriculum for both community- and school-based settings. Moreover, they will find themselves excited about the role that they will play in the development and implementation of cross-disciplinary programs that engage, educate, and inspire audiences of all ages.
 

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Paper Mill Playhouse

Security and Safety Supervisor
Facilities/Operations
Experience Required

Mid (3-6 yrs exp)

Job Description
Paper Mill Playhouse is seeking outgoing, service-oriented candidates for our Safety & Security Team. The Safety and Security Supervisor is responsible for the safety and security of employees, guests, artists, as well as access to the stage door during all administrative and production related activities.

For more information and how to apply visit: https://papermill.org/about-us/employment-opportunities/ 

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Paper Mill Playhouse

COVID Safety Ambassador
Facilities/Operations
Experience Required

Entry (up to 3 yrs exp)

Job Description
The role of our Covid Safety Ambassador is to ensure the safety and compliance of all patrons returning to the Paper Mill Playhouse. They will work closely with the Covid Safety Manager on the front lines assisting with the screening of all patrons as they begin to enter the Paper Mill Playhouse

For more information and how to apply visit: 
https://papermill.org/about-us/employment-opportunities/

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ZACH Theatre

Experience Required

Mid (3-6 yrs exp)

Job Description
ZACH Theatre is looking for an experienced Lead Draper and Costume Construction Technician to help us get our art back up on the stage!
 
POSITION SUMMARY:
Organizes and executes the construction of costumes as required by the costume shop manager and costume designer in a year-round equity non-profit professional theatre. 
 
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  • Drape or Flat Pattern original designs from renderings or sketches.
  • Construct and make repairs to stock costume items as needed during down times
  • Create costume patterns for costume builds
  • Create accurate material estimates on costume builds
  • Attend all fittings for costume builds with the costume designer and manager
  • Complete costume builds, alterations and repairs for each show as assigned by manager or costume designer
  • Keep work space clean and orderly to maximize productivity
  • Complete all costume builds and alterations for each ZACH event with costume needs as assigned by manager
  • Attend Dress Rehearsals as requested by Costume Shop Supervisor
  • Attend all ZACH Staff Meetings and other departmental meetings as requested by Costume Shop Supervisor
 
 
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:
  • Able to work some nights and weekends as needed by manager
  • Must be able to lift up to 25 lbs, climb a ladder, navigate stairs
  • Must be able operate both industrial and domestic sewing machines
 
 
EDUCATION, LICENSURE, CERTIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
  • High school diploma
  • 1-2 years in theatrical costume shop, construction, alteration and repair
  • Previous Equity or LORT shop experience (preferred)
 
 
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
  • Demonstrates organizational skills
  • Ability to execute tasks set up by manager or costume designer in a timely fashion.
  • Experience with the costume fitting process
  • Advanced knowledge of costume construction, pattern making, sewing, alterations, tailoring and draping
  • Some knowledge of costume crafts, millinery and fabric painting and dying.
  • Ability to meet deadlines, complete projects as assigned and multitask
  • Willingness and ability to delegate work to over hire stitchers as needed
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Knowledge with MS Excel, Word
  • Knowledge of Equity and LORT regulations and best practices
 
 
To apply: Please send your resume jobs@zachtheatre.org.
 
As part of our commitment to ensuring an equitable, diverse and inclusive workforce we invite you to voluntarily self-identify in the following categories in a cover letter or note that you include in your email:
  • Gender: Woman, Man, Genderqueer/Gender non-binary, prefer to self-describe
  • Pronouns: Please include your pronouns.
  • Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino, White (not Hispanic or Latino) Black or African American (not Hispanic or Latino), Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander (not Hispanic or Latino), Asian (not Hispanic or Latino), Native American or Alaska Native (not Hispanic or Latino), Two or more races (not Hispanic or Latino)
 
Actor's Equity Association has set up strict guidelines that must be followed to allow Equity Actors members to work in future productions.  ZACH is intending to operate as a fully vaccinated workplace per the guidance issued by Actors Equity.

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ZACH Theatre

Experience Required

Mid (3-6 yrs exp)

Job Description
POSITION SUMMARY: The Programmer and Lighting Board Operator serves as the console programmer and operator for all main stage production. This position also assists the Lighting and Video Supervisor and Lead Electrician in the installation and maintenance of lighting and video systems at ZACH Theatre.
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  • Serves as lead programmer and operator for all mainstage productions.
  • Runs follow spot as needed for production, events or fundraisers.
  • Assists the Lighting Supervisor and Lead Electrician with the installation, maintenance and organization of all lighting and video equipment and systems for all productions.
  • Participates in all lighting hang, strike, notes and focus crew calls.
  • Work with Designers, Supervisor, and Lead Electrician in keeping lighting paperwork current.
  • Responsible for daily equipment checks and maintenance for mainstage productions with support from the Lead Electrician.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Please see full description and salary information on our website using the link for more information below.

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Red Mountain Theatre

Experience Required

Entry (up to 3 yrs exp)

Job Description

Come grow with us! Red Mountain Theatre has moved to a new, leading-edge Arts Campus and is looking to grow our team!

Are you:

  • A passionate team leader who enjoys bringing people of various talents together toward a common goal?
  • A motivated self-starter who is meticulous with details and loves dotting every “I” and crossing every “T”?
  • An experienced stage manager looking to take a thriving regional theatre to the next level?


As a Tony Award-winning Broadway Producer and more than 40-year-old regional theatre, RMT is seeking an energetic, versatile individual for the position of Production Stage Manager to support our mission of creating powerful theatre experiences that enrich, educate, and engage audiences – nourishing the human spirit, fostering valuable life skills, and cultivating a deeper sense of community.


The Production Stage Manager is responsible for the supervision of all stage management teams and serves as the Stage Manager on various productions throughout the season. An ideal candidate would be someone who communicates clearly and efficiently, manages confidential information with integrity, and someone who can lead employees to get work done efficiently and safely.


Qualifications:
 

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience.
  • 5 years of Stage Management experience in professional theatrical organizations.
  • Experience forming and managing relationships with visiting artists, staff, and over-hire.
  • Excellent time management, organization, and administrative skills.
  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite and Outlook.

Use the "click here" below for the complete job description.
 
To apply, email info@redmountaintheatre.org with "Production Stage Manager Position" in the subject line and include cover letter and and resume.

No phone calls please.
 

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Goodspeed Musicals

Experience Required

Entry (up to 3 yrs exp)

Job Description
Goodspeed Musicals in East Haddam, CT seeks a Marketing Associate to assist with graphic design, social media execution, creation and distribution of promotional materials, creating video content and maintaining website presence as well as provide administrative support for the Marketing Department.

 

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