Theatres/Studios

Registration is now open for the TCG Fall Forum

In an all-virtual format, this year’s Fall Forum will break tradition. Part 1, on November 11th, 2020, will convene TCG Member Theatre leaders and trustees for a one-day Summit on Governance; and Part 2, on November 12th and 13th will welcome our entire theatre field. If you are only able to attend November 11th or November 12th-13th respectively, please select that option on the Events Calendar. 2020 TCG Fall Forum – Part 1 Summit on Governance November 11th will welcome TCG Member Theatre leaders and trustees in a working session focused on creating a truly “new playbook” for equity and inclusion during the reconstruction of our field, centering the widely publicized WSYWAT demands and other BIPOC-led resources. This day is intended for TCG Member Theatre leaders and trustees...

UPDATE: Broadway to Remain Closed Through May 30, 2021

Official Press Release from The Broadway League Broadway Update On Performance Cancellations New York, NY – October 9, 2020 – The Broadway League announces the continued suspension of all ticket sales for Broadway performances in NYC through May 30, 2021.   Dates for each returning and new Broadway show will be announced as individual productions determine the performance schedules for their respective shows.  The League will provide updates to the public as more information becomes available. “With nearly 97,000 workers who rely on Broadway for their livelihood and an annual economic impact of $14.8 billion to the city, our membership is committed to re-opening as soon as conditions permit us to do so. We are working tirelessly with multiple partners on sustaining the industry once we rai...

Props Safety in a Post COVID-19 World

Prominent Props Master, Jay Duckworth, discusses what backstage safety may look like post-pandemic. It is obvious that crew members and actors are in close quarters backstage, so what steps can theatres make to ensure the safety of all involved? Duckworth looks into the ideas of: Planning Ahead Laminating pre-check lists for easy disinfecting Prop Sanitation Handing-off props Stocking Up PPE & Sanitation supplies What additional efforts can we make to better prepare once theatre re-opens? VIEW ARTICLE via www.stage-directions.com

How Do You Make a Theater Safe Again?

As COVID-19 began to shut down the industry, A.R.T. presented some of the following guidelines to consider for re-opening a “healthy” theatre – for both cast/crew and audience members alike. Dance Magazine breaks down key components of A.R.T.’s Roadmap for Recovery and Resilience for Theatre: Improve ventilation and filtration Reduce touch Create physical barriers Rethink restrooms Keep maintenance staff safe Maintain moderate humidity Keep learning Read Full Article via www.dancemagazine.com

On With The Show – Updated 06.17

With Broadway going dark and theatres around the country having to suspend or cancel their seasons amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many artists and theatre-goers are wondering “what happens next?”.  Theatres have pivoted to online streaming of archived shows and live-streamed readings of plays. Some companies have remained open, adhering to social distancing and safety guidelines. Creators around the world have persevered and are finding ways to keep the show going. Check this post for links and resources of how theatres and events around the country are creating during this time. Theatres Producing Through Summer 2020 Barrington Stage Company – Pittsfield, MA Barrington Stage Company will resume shows, beginning August 5th using Social Distancing and reduced capacity seating...

Join AATE at Americans for the Arts, Arts Advocacy Day

AATE members join us in Washington DC, you know the times are ripe for expressing your passion to your legislators on the Hill.  We need everyone’s voice at this time when our leaders are considering drastic cuts to the Arts. Arts Advocacy Day brings together a broad cross section of America’s cultural and civic organizations, along with more than 500 grassroots advocates from across the country to underscore the importance of developing strong public policies and appropriating increased public funding for the arts. Join the excitement, let’s bring our collective voices together for AATE. If you need another reason to join us check THIS out. Join us for a pre-arts summit dinner on Sunday, March 29th, sign up below if you are interested. Pre-Advocacy Dinner Sign-Up If you can’t ...

Apprenticeships – Asolo Repertory Theatre

Apprenticeships Apprenticeships are full-time experiences that include a stipend and housing. Applicants should have an undergraduate degree or equivalent as well as at least one past internship in the field for which they are applying or similar applicable experiences. At the completion of the program, apprentices typically leave Asolo Rep ready for at least an entry-level job. Dates vary per position but most are September through May. Apprentices must be able to provide their own reliable transportation and possess a valid drivers’ license with a clean driving record.​ Available Apprenticeships – Apply Here! KNOXVILLE STAGE MANAGEMENT APPRENTICE STAGE MANAGEMENT APPRENTICES DRAMATURGY & CASTING APPRENTICE COMPANY MANAGEMENT APPRENTICE

Broadway Shows in 2020

Heading to the Big Apple for vacation in the New Year? Is 2020 the year to make the move to the City That Never Sleeps? Find out what’s on  the horizon for the Broadway stage with Playbill’s up-to-date list here: View Article via www.playbill.com

How to Design Your School Production on a Budget

What’s the #1 most important thing when it comes to designing a show? Reading the script. Doing so will inform you exactly what you need for your design, and theoretically, budget size shouldn’t matter. However, when it comes to budget-tight productions, knowing exactly what you need will help you achieve your design in the most frugal way. In this article from Playbill.com, Broadway designers offer suggestions based on discipline, best practices, and their picks for inexpensive products. VIEW ARTICLE via www.playbill.com

33 Thoughts for a New Artistic Director

Have you ever thought that your career onstage might lead you to a career behind the scenes? How about in the role of an Artistic Director? You might not know where to begin or what all the job entails, but Arizona Theate company’s AD, Joe Haj, has some advice to put you at ease. 33 points of wisdom, to be exact. READ ARTICLE

Now Hiring: Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre – Permanent & Seasonal Staff

Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre is now hiring! We are in search of part time seasonal and permanent staff members who are eager to join Idaho’s oldest performing arts organization. Please email resume and cover letter to annette@cdasummertheatre.com. Cover letter should include availability and hours sought. Duties would include: Extensive customer service both on the phone as well as in person. Selling tickets. Social media contributing. Data entry in Google drive as well as Microsoft office. Website management. Event and box office support at both summer shows and various business fairs and community events. Various other office tasks. Learn More about CDA Summer Theatre

MTWichita Summer 2019 Production & Box Office Applications NOW OPEN!

Employment Thank you so much for your interest in MTWichita! We have existed for nearly 50 years as one of the premier summer theatre programs in the United States – for those onstage as well as the individuals behind the scenes. Whether you are coming back home to Wichita or joining us for the first time – we’re glad to have you here. We are actively seeking the best technical and design talent in all areas of production.  Special consideration is given to those from under-represented populations in our industry – we believe that a plurality of voices and experiences creates better art, both onstage and in our shops behind the scenes. Take some time and have a look around this page, and if you’re interested please apply! Any questions not answered here can be...