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We Are Looking For:
A Grant Writer who has success in acquiring grants for other organizations and believes in our mission to grow our company.
Someone with great photography skills, the ability to capture a actors true essence and are able to have a great time during their shoot!
Control the financial resources of theater company by devising and implementing a general budget for the organization, investigating and reducing major expenses, distributing payroll and reimbursement to employees, and approving all purchases on the organization's behalf.
Costume Supervisor who collaborates and creatively solves problems with guest costume designers and facilitates the execution of the Costume Design on time and on budget. For a full description of duties and responsibilities please email us.
Responsible for working closely with the scenic designer and director. It is their responsibility to determine how the scenery will be built and out of what materials. A TD will take a scenic designer's artistic draftings and create technical draftings of them.
DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT
A leading role, working closely with the Board, Executive and Artistic Director, and other staff to develop and articulate the strategic direction of the Theatre Company, and to implement the resulting strategies and initiatives.
AUDIENCE SERVICES MANAGER
Responsible for the planning, execution, and maintenance of all ticketed events within 24 hours of a scheduled performance. This includes, but is not limited to, the computer programming of events, seat maps, prices, dates, and seating holds; and the processing, printing, and distribution of all tickets including those sold through third-party sources.
Responsible for the smooth operation of the house (typically both the lobby and audience seating area) during the run of the show and works closely with the Audience Services Manager. House mangers welcome the public to the theatre and oversee their safety and well-being before, during, and immediately after the show.