Creating and connecting opportunities for theatre-makers and institutions, strengthening the theatrical workforce, and fostering lasting collaboration.
Theatre Work is an initiative designed to drive interest and retention in professional work in the Washington, DC theatre industry, creating and connecting opportunities for theatre-makers and institutions, strengthening the theatrical workforce, and fostering lasting collaboration.
Front of House Staff|the Puppet Co|$20-25 per hour. Health, Vision, and Dental insurance available.|More Info
Seasonal Carpenter|Round House Theatre|$600/week|More Info
Costume Shop Manager|Round House Theatre|$38,000 - $42,000|More Info
Academy for Classical Acting Program Coordinator|Shakespeare Theatre Company|$40,000 annual|More Info
Resident Casting Director|Shakespeare Theatre Company|$58,000 annual|More Info
Marketing and Communications Coordinator|Shakespeare Theatre Company|$40,000 annual|More Info
Audio/Video Engineer|Shakespeare Theatre Company|$20.00 per hour|More Info
Teaching Artist|Keegan Theatre|Starting at $20 per hour|More Info
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Assistant Audio/Video Supervisor|Shakespeare Theatre Company|$49,000 annual|More Info
Development Coordinator|Shakespeare Theatre Company|$40,000 annual|More Info
Shakespeare Theatre Company|Assistant Technical Director|$55,000 annual|More Info
Assistant Patron Services Manager|Atlas Performing Arts Center|$45,000|More Info
Patron Services Manager|Atlas Performing Arts Center|$55,000|More Info
Education & Outreach Director|Synetic Theater|High-40Ks – Mid-50Ks with comprehensive benefits package|More Info
Front of House Associate|Synetic Theater|$15+ an hour|More Info
If you are exploring a new discipline or skill, early in your theatre career, or a recent arrival to the Washington, D.C. area, our mentorship program was developed with you in mind. We will carefully match you with a mentor who shares interests with you, and can remember what it felt like to be where you are now. Through this program, Theatre Washington strives to build community between individuals – if this just feels like “networking”, we’re doing it wrong! The mentee-mentor relationship is meant to be authentic, informed and guided by our collective work and connections as a community.
Our next program will run from April 5, 2021 to July 26, 2021 and is now closed for applications.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor or mentee in a future program, please look through the program expectations.
Questions? Email Britt Willis.
Theatre Work Database
When the full Theatre Washington website launches, the Theatre Work database will be a robust, profile-driven network to connect talented theatre-makers with available work. We hope this will increase access to opportunity, promote equitable compensation, and drive industry and artist recovery after an unprecedented period of shutdown.
If you are a Washington, DC-area theatre maker and you’d like to be included in the Theatre Work database, please let us know using this form. We will be in touch when it’s time to complete your profile.