Job Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in working at Sacramento Theatre Company! We are always looking for enthusiastic and dedicated individuals to join the STC team.

It is Sacramento Theatre Company’s policy to provide equal opportunity to all persons without regard to race, color, sex, age, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, pregnancy, body size, marital status, disability or medical condition.

We are currently seeking

  • Box Office Representative
  • Business Office Assistant
  • Teaching Artists

If you are interested in auditioning for a show, please visit our Audition Opportunities Page.

Box Office Representative

STC is seeking a Box Office Representative to sell, exchange, and issue replacement tickets to Sacramento Theatre Company patrons during regular box office hours, during will call at the box office window, and over the telephone. To apply, please review the below Job Description and email with a cover letter, resume, and three references.

Click here to see the full Box Office Representative job description.

Business Office Assistant

The Business Assistant is responsible for providing the Administrative department with assistance for accounts payable processing, cash receipts, as well as Human Resources support including filing, payroll administration and employee information management.  The Business Assistant is responsible for the filing and maintenance of all financial and HR/payroll records for the Company and therefore requires attention to detail and the utmost in discretion.  This position reports to and provides assistance for the Finance/HR Manager.  Flexible part-time schedule of 10 to 15 hours per week; pay rate between $15-$17 per hour (commensurate with experience.)   To apply, please review the below Job Description and email with a cover letter and resume.

Click here to see the full Business Assistant job description.

Teaching Artists

STC’s School of the Arts is seeking passionate Teaching Artists to act as Acting Teachers, Directors, Musical Directors, Choreographers, or Stage Managers. For descriptions of each of our programs, please see below. To apply to be a teaching artist in any of our School of the Arts programs, please send a resume, cover letter, and three references to with the Subject Line: “Teaching Artist”

School Partnership Program (SPP) 

SPP establishes in-school residencies in the Sacramento area to introduce students to the skills and practice of live theatre as well as gives experienced students a place to further develop their skills in theatre production. SPP is looking for directors, stage managers, choreographers, and musical directors for work on one of our school shows. Please see our flyer for more information.

For more information on this position and/or how to apply, click here

Pre-Professional Ensemble Company (PEC) 

PEC is a comprehensive 10-month training program (August-May) for students grades 4th through 7th who are interested in learning and performing in a professional theatre environment. PEC is looking for professional actors, dancers, and musical directors to teach the eager students.

For more information on this position and/or how to apply, click here