Careers | Alabama Shakespeare Festival
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Career Opportunities

Alabama Shakespeare Festival is a year-round professional LORT theatre housed in a $21.5 million theatre complex located in Montgomery, Alabama, that annually produces a vibrant season of Shakespeare as well as the classics, musicals, and new works.

Box Office Associate

ASF is currently seeking a friendly and organized individual to serve as Box Office Associate. The priority of a Box Office Associate is to provide good customer service for all patrons. Excellent communication skills and prior experience working in customer service are ideal. Click here for a more detailed job description.

 

Head Usher

ASF is currently seeking an enthusiastic and experienced individual to serve as Head Usher. The Head Usher oversees Front of House  operations and leads the usher team by presenting impeccable, proactive customer service to patrons. Candidate must have excellent communication and problem-solving skills. Prior experience working in the customer service/hospitality industry is a plus. Click here for a more detailed job description.

 

Usher

ASF is currently seeking an outgoing individual to serve as Usher. We are looking for someone who can provide pleasant, accurate, and expedient patron service. Candidate must have excellent communication skills. Prior experience working in the customer service/hospitality industry is a plus. Click here for a more detailed job description. 

 

Wig Assitant

ASF is currently seeking an experienced individual to serve as Wig Assitant for the 2019-2020 season. We are looking for someone who is self-motivated, detail oriented, and creative, with an excellent knowledge of period hairstyles. Candidate must be well organized, able to maintain a clean workspace, and have excellent wig building skills. Click here for a more detailed job description.

 

Director of Marketing & Communications

ASF is currently seeking a dynamic leader to serve as the Director of Marketing & Communications (DMC). Responsibilities include the creation and execution of results-driven marketing plans and budgets to meet multimillion-dollar single ticket, subscription, and education sales goals; audience development; consumer research; and institutional branding. A member of the senior management team, the DMC manages staff including the departments of marketing, public relations, patron services, front of house, and box office. The DMC also oversees the management of advertising (media planning/buying/production), direct mail, digital, and promotions. This position requires a bachelor’s degree or above with a minimum of five years’ experience leading marketing efforts for a performing arts organization, along with a thorough knowledge of digital/e-commerce and analytics and excellent writing skills. Experience with Tessitura is preferred. Click here for a more detailed job description. 

 

Assistant Technical Director (Production)

ASF is currently seeking an Assistant Technical Director. A key position, the Assistant Technical Director manages the Scenic, Electrics, Sound, and Props Departments, as well as coordinates all scenic aspects of the theatre with the Technical Director. Click here for a more detailed job description. 

 

Draper (Costume Department)

ASF is currently seeking an experienced, creative, and talented draper for the 2019-2020 season. Draper responsibilities include: Creating patterns from the costume designer’s sketches, conducting fittings of pulled purchased and rented garments, overseeing stitching projects, preparing and assisting in alterations and repairs of costumes, and supervising stitchers. Applicants must have excellent pattern making skills and be able to instruct sewing staff to produce costumes of the highest professional standard. Click here for a more detailed job description. 

 

Fellowship Program

ASF introduces the Fellowship Program as one of the key elements in its commitment to education. Annually, ASF seeks a diverse company of actors, stage managers, and designers to participate in a program focused on practical, experiential training designed to facilitate the transition into a professional career in the theatre. Click here to learn more.


 

To Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, and references to Michael DiLaura, Human Resources Director, at mdilaura@asf.net, unless noted otherwise in the full job description.

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