Stage Managers are responsible for facilitating the technical details of a theatrical production, assisting the director during rehearsals, overseeing scheduling, keeping the prompt book, managing cast relations and distributing information. Stage Managers assume full responsibility for the stage during a performance of a play and are provided a small stipend. Stage Manager candidates are required to:
- Commit to a schedule that fulfills the following needs -- This
is a show specific opportunity. – There will be a set schedule for the show, which requires the stage manager to commit to 5-6 days of work per week, 4 + hours a day (evenings & weekends), for a period of 9-12 weeks (first
rehearsal - strike). Attendance for weekly (weekday) production meetings and attendance at the audition weekend is also encouraged.
- Be an adult with prior stage management
experience and solid references
- Be a punctual, self-motivated and well-organized individual with excellent focus and attention to detail
- Be able to create and sustain a pleasant work environment
for show staff, volunteer cast, and volunteer crew
- Interview with Production Stage Manager, Amy Salerno Hale, prior to appointment
- Have reliable transportation
Stage Managers are generally hired in April and May, before the season begins. If you have an interest in begin considered for any open stage management positions or being considered when hiring begins for next season, please Apply Here.
Also submit resume, cover letter, and references to Production Stage Manger, Amy Salerno Hale