Opportunities available:

  • Stage Manager
  • Teaching Artist for It’s Elementary
  • Teaching Artist for Scenes for Tweens

    Stage Managers for Upcoming Seasons

    Stage Managers are responsible for helping and assisting all production staff and is an essential link for the cast and crew. The stage manager is one member of the staff that is involved with the entire produces from beginning to end. The role of the stage manager is equally important to the director in rehearsals and the technical director during the run of the shows and tech week.

    Applicants should be at least 14 years old and a high school freshman by the audition week of the production for which they have been selected. Minimum technical requirements include four shows on crew, one show in the booth up in Cat Walk, one show as an Assistant Stage Manager, and one show training.

    Applicants should express interest and submit an application during the season before the student expects consideration, i.e., a student wishing to stage manage during the 2014-2015 season should express interest during the 2011-2012 season. It is advised that the student should discuss stage management with the Artistic Director, Technical Director, Executive Producer, or Producer before submitting an application.

    Click here for more information and details on duties.

    Stage Manager Application

    Teaching Artist for It’s Elementary

    Encore Stage & Studio seeks energetic, imaginative, and organized Teaching Artists for It’s Elementary, our summer camp program for children ages 4—9.

    Applicants must have a college degree and previous teaching experience. Desired skills include strong interpersonal skills, excellent classroom management, creativity, flexibility, and a passion for working with elementary school children. Teaching Artists must be responsible individuals who are able to work independently and as part of a team of educators to foster creative expression in students. Successful applicants will have experience in designing age-appropriate curriculum around a provided camp theme.

    Each session of It’s Elementary runs for two weeks, with the entire program spanning all 10 weeks of summer. This is a contracted position; please indicate your availability in your cover letter. Encore offers competitive pay. Teaching Artists will be required to submit to a background check before beginning employment with Encore.

    To apply, please send cover letter, resume, and a sample lesson plan to Caroline Schreiber, Programs Manager, at caroline.schreiber@encorestage.org with the subject line, “It’s Elementary teaching application.”

    Teaching Artist for Scenes for Tweens

    Encore Stage & Studio seeks energetic, imaginative, and organized Teaching Artists for Scenes for Tweens, our summer camp program for students ages 8—12.

    Applicants must have a college degree and previous teaching experience. Desired skills include strong interpersonal skills, excellent classroom management, creativity, flexibility, and a passion for working with late elementary and middle school children. Teaching Artists must be responsible individuals who are able to work independently and as part of a team of educators to foster creative expression in students. Successful applicants will have experience in designing age-appropriate lesson plans around a provided camp theme. Teaching Artists with experience in improvisation/comedy, storytelling, and musical direction are particularly encouraged to apply.

    Each session of Scenes for Tweens runs for two weeks; specific program dates may be found on Encore’s website. Please indicate your availability in your cover letter. Encore offers competitive pay. Teaching Artists will be required to submit to a background check before beginning employment with Encore.

    To apply, please send cover letter, resume, and a sample lesson plan for this age group to Caroline Schreiber, Programs Manager, at caroline.schreiber@encorestage.org with the subject line, “Scenes for Tweens teaching application.”