Interested in joining the Everyman Theatre team? We're looking for people who want to engage, inspire and transform artists, audiences and our community through theatre. Is that you? Then we want to meet you.

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  • Prepping the theatre prior to the start of performances

  • Managing volunteer ushers before, during and after performances

  • Coordinate and communicate with the stage management team and the box office staff to ensure a smooth performance

  • Act as the “go to” person for all front of house matters before, during and after a show (including Security, and production).

  • Working with the marketing team to understand appropriate messaging for a given show, promotion, etc.

  • Maintain service excellence, which leads to the best patron experience

  • Knowledge and experience with live theatrical events

  • Experience with creating a welcoming environment for the public (i.e. basic maintenance and housekeeping)

  • Can work effectively as both a team player and a team leader

  • Great attention to detail

  • Can take constructive feedback from the administrative and artistic staff and work it into your day to day tasks

  • Weekday and weekend availability (both for matinee and evening shifts).

  • Ability to work 2-4 shifts per week during the run of a show.  The schedule is dictated by production calendar both mainstage, and additional programming

  • The ability to perform other duties as assigned

If you fit this description, we want YOU on our team! Please email Corey Frier, Director of the Patron Experience, at with a resume and 3 references (personal and professional).  Starting salary is $10.25 per hour.



  • Processing single ticket and subscription sales and exchanges

  • Answering box office phones and checking emails to ensure that all sales and correspondence are handled in a timely manner

  • Filing sales and ticket transaction reports as necessary

  • Providing basic reception/clerical duties (sorting mail and faxes, signing for UPS and Fed Ex, etc.) during regular business hours (non-performance times)

  • Maintain great service excellence, which leads to the best patron experience

  • Is enthusiastic, well-spoken, articulate, and detail-oriented

  • Is able to work an average of 10-20 hours per week during the run of a show (daytime and evening shifts on weekdays and weekends)

  • Is able to maintain excellent customer service standards while working under pressure and time constraints

  • Box office or similar customer service experience is a plus

  • Basic computer knowledge and prior knowledge of ticketing software is an asset

Please email your resume and three references (personal and professional) to Corey Frier, Director of the Patron Experience, at No phone calls, please. Starting salary is $10.25 per hour.


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Position Summary

Overhire Carpenters are a part of the production team who work primarily on the fabrication and installation of scenery, and report to the Shop Foreman and Technical Directors. Ideal applicants possess a background in theatre, knowledge of stagecraft, ability to read working drawings, and experience in both steel and wood fabrication techniques, including welding. Excellent communication skills, the ability to work in both solo and team settings, and a dedication to maintaining artistic excellence as well as a professional, safe environment for actors and technicians are necessary qualities for this position. Further experience in stage rigging, stage electrics, scenic art, furniture making, or properties fabrication is helpful but not required. 

Overhire Carpenters will be expected to lift loads up to 50 lbs. on a regular basis. Job duties include (but are not limited to) construction and installation of scenery, assisting other areas of production such as Lighting and Sound, and maintenance of the scene shop, stage, and surrounding production support spaces.

Position is hourly and shifts are intermittent. The Assistant Technical Director emails notification of shift availability 1-4 weeks before first scheduled shift and average paid shift length is 7.75 hrs with 2 breaks and an additional 45 minute unpaid lunch. 4 hour minimum call. Pay rate begins at $14/hr. Overtime is available.

To Apply: email a statement of interest and resume to Assistant Technical Director, Rick Gerriets with “Overhire Carpenter” in the subject line.



Everyman Theatre Education seeks skilled and dynamic teaching artists adept at unpacking theatrical concepts for students entering grades K-8 for Youth Summer Camp experiences. Camps are week-long, full-day employment. We also offer evening workshops for students entering grades 9-12.

Teaching Artists apply unique theatrical perspectives to team planning curating, and ultimately leading students through dramatic exploration. Looking for teaching artists who are adept in any of these topics: 

  • Apply your unique theatrical background and knowledge to create a fun, artistic, stimulating camp experience for students. (Camp themes and focuses delineated by Everyman, welcoming outside perspectives and voices in the sharing of theatrical concepts.)

  • Lead students through their camp experiences, with the support, expertise, and shared voice of another co-leader.

  • Support your fellow co-leader in moments when he/she absorbs leadership in the classroom.

  • Attend up to two planning meetings, with Everyman Education staff, prior to camp starting.

  • Write lesson plans, and communicate them to the team and Director of Education in a timely fashion.

  • Prepare projects and activities for students, with the assistance of administrative staff.


  • A passion for working with students, especially those in grades K-5.

  • Specifically, backgrounds in creative dramatics, artistic movement, and playmaking will best serve these positions.

  • A background in theatre and/or education, with real world, professional theater experience*.
    *previous teaching artist work or summer camp experience a must.  

  • A desire and enthusiasm for working in a professional theatre environment, particularly with youth.

  • A willingness to collaborate with other artists, educators, and staff.

  • Those demonstrating patience and adaptability will be given sincere consideration.

  • This position is ideal for a seasoned teaching artist or theatre educator, though candidates who do not identify as “seasoned” are encouraged to apply.

To apply, submit a cover letter, resume with references, and a sample lesson plan if you desire to Subject Line: NAME, TEACHING ARTIST.
Indicate availability between June 18-August 2, Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm in the introductory email.

Pay Scale: Competitive with acknowledgment of planning and travel
Location: Everyman Theatre, 315 W. Fayette Street


Everyman Theatre is committed to seeking and sustaining a culturally and ethnically diverse environment and to the principles that promote inclusive practices. Individuals from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.

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