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.

Education Coordinator

ASF is currently recruiting for an Education Coordinator. The Education Coordinator will report directly to the Director of Education and Community Engagement. The Education Coordinator is responsible for the development and effectiveness of programming for our K-12 student community. The Education Coordinator communicates and collaborates effectively with school and education community partners to develop and evaluate programming to ensure that it achieves stated educational outcomes tied to the Alabama State Department of Education. Candidates should have one to three years’ experience in teaching artistry, curriculum development, and arts administration. As a part of the application process, you will be asked to submit a lesson plan, writing sample, and two references who can speak to your teaching and arts administration experience. Click here for full job description and details on how to apply

Assistant Technical Director

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. 

Wig Assistant

ASF is currently seeking an experienced Wig Assistant to work in the Costume Department for the upcoming 2018-2019 season. The Wig Assistant will be responsible for wig construction, styling, and maintenance. The ideal candidate is self-motivated, knowledgeable, and creative. Click here for a more detailed job description. 

Draper

ASF is currently seeking an experienced and talented Draper to work in the Costume Department for the upcoming 2018-2019 season. The Draper will be responsible for creating patterns, conducting fittings, and overseeing stitching projects, along with other duties as assigned by the Director of Costume Production. Click here for a more detailed job description. 

First Hand

ASF is currently seeking an experienced First Hand to work in the Costume Department for the upcoming 2018-2019 season. Working with the Director of Costume Production, the First Hand will assist in the patterning and cutting of costumes and oversee stitching projects, along with other duties. 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 and resume to Michael DiLaura, Human Resources Director, at mdilaura@asf.net, unless noted otherwise in full job description. EOE-M/F/H/V No calls, please.