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.

We are currently seeking

  • Intern (Main Focus in Scenic Carpentry)
  • Education Stage Manager
  • School Partnership Assistant Program Manager
  • House Manager
  • Teaching Artists

Intern (Main Focus in Scenic Carpentry)

Sacramento Theatre Company is seeking an intern for our 2019-2020 season.  Main areas of focus will be in Scenic Carpentry, as well as 1-2 other departments that will be determined based on your resume, your interests, and your interview with our Executive Producing Director and School of the Arts Director.  During this internship you will have the opportunity to work in a variety of our departments, from working with our scene shop, serving as a technical assistant for both our educational and professional productions, and helping the office administration staff.

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Education Stage Manager

STC seeks a part time Education Stage Manager to join our Education team. Our Education department is seeking individuals who work well with children, know how to take the initiative, and have a background in stage management. The ideal candidate has working knowledge of musical theatre and all the tasks a stage manager is required to handle, has the ability to multi-task, and is very organized. You will be working under the Production Coordinator to run rehearsals and performances, maintain communication and documentation, and track many different aspects of the production at once.

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School Partnership Assistant Program Manager

STC seeks a School Partnership Assistant Program Manager to join our Education team. The position will help oversee and implement our School Partnership Program into a number of schools in the greater Sacramento area. Our School Partnership Program integrates theatre and theatre arts education into local schools through after-school classes and productions. SPP is seeking individuals who has a strong commitment to youth involvement in theatre and who can develop a relationship with school staff and support our teaching artists. The ideal candidate has experience partnering with community programs or schools, knows how to create and implement new programs, and has experience in theater.

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House Manager

STC seeks a part time House Manager to join our Operations team. Relevant, professional experience, education, and a clear understanding of Front of House Theatre process is needed. The House Manager is in charge of FOH operations for performances at STC’s multiple venues. The ideal candidate will have strong customer service skills, the ability to solve problems efficiently, and the ability to supervise volunteer usher staff.  Must be available some weekdays, early weeknights, and weekends, September thru May. Relevant, professional experience, education, and a clear understanding of Front of House Theatre process is needed.

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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 education@sactheatre.org 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.

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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.

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