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Communications Manager

Baltimore Center Stage is seeking a Communications Manager. The Communications Manager is responsible for the execution of proactive media outreach and the crafting of press releases, message points and other publications. This position serves as the primary copywriter and producer of online content for the organization and participates in the development of communications strategies.

Assistant Company Manager

Baltimore Center Stage seeks an Assistant Company Manager to join a dynamic (and often hilarious) artistic team. The ACM collaborates with the Company Manager to support the artistic services function of the organization. This is a full-time, temporary position for the remainder of the 19/20 season (June 15, 2020). The position is not currently filled. Our intention is to have someone in place no later than January 6, 2020.

Primary Responsibilities include:

Work closely with Company Manager and Director of Artistic Producing to:

Partnership Sales Manager

Baltimore Center Stage is seeking a Partnership Sales Manager. The Partnership Sales Manager is responsible for sales to groups of all sizes and affiliations for all of Baltimore Center Stage’s programming. The position is responsible for the cultivating, solicitating, fulfillment, and stewardship of all group related sales, as well as raising awareness of group sales opportunities to new prospects. Candidates with interest and knowledge of theater along with proven sales experience will receive the highest consideration.

Creative Alliance Seeks Film Curator


Classification: Full-time, Exempt
Reports to: Executive Director
Date Revised: September 2019
Compensation: $40,000-45,000

Overview: The Film Curator is responsible for curating and implementing the film program at Creative Alliance, creating new media for marketing and fundraising, and creating an archive of Creative Alliance audiovisual and print materials.

Principal Responsibilities:

Chesapeake Shakespeare Company seeks Wardrobe Supervisor(s)

CHESAPEAKE SHAKESPEARE COMPANY in Baltimore is seeking an experienced WARDROBE SUPERVISOR for two of the shows being presented this fall, DRACULA and MACBETH. These are two separate positions but could be filled by one person.

DRACULA, directed by Gerrad Alex Taylor, with costumes by Kristina Lambdin, begins tech on September 27, opens on October 4, and closes November 9. Shows are generally Thursday-Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons, with one Saturday matinee on Nov. 2. Call times are generally two hours prior to show time.

Single Carrot Theatre AUDITIONS

Single Carrot Theatre Announces Open Call Auditions

Single Carrot is casting roles for our upcoming productions of R. Eric Thomas’ Safe Space and Miranda Hall’s Bulgaria! Revolt! Casting breakdowns below.


Monday, October 14, 5-8pm

Tuesday, October 15, 5-8pm

*Please note: If none of the above times work for you, but you are still interested in auditioning, please contact us and we will find a suitable time for you to be seen*

BSF Seeks High School and College Actors for Paid Performance Internships!

Auditions are open for Baltimore Shakespeare Factory’s 2020 Performance Internships!

An ideal candidate should be willing to approach the text openly and have an interest in theater, literature, rhetoric, or performance. Additionally, they should have a reliable ability to attend rehearsals at our theater in our space in the Hampden neighborhood of Baltimore. Rehearsals are held evenings and weekends.

Single Carrot Theatre seeks Executive Director

Single Carrot Theatre (SCT), Baltimore’s premier alternative theatre company, creates socially relevant theatre as a form of civic engagement in Baltimore by producing vibrant, experiential performances in traditional and non-traditional theatre venues; building cross-sector partnerships; and facilitating empowering education programs. This includes three productions annually, one night events, a robust education program, and a variety of fundraising and community engagement events.

Baltimore Rock Opera seeks Community Arts Leaders

The Baltimore Rock Opera Society (BROS) is hiring! Baltimore's community-powered, collaborative, rock n roll production company is looking for great people who can work part-time to further BROS mission of providing unforgettable experiences to audiences in Baltimore and beyond.

Applications Close September 18th. Interviews starting immediately

Volunteer Leadership Positions Available:

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