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STAGES St. Louis is the region’s foremost professional, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit theatre company, committed to preserving and advancing the art form of Musical Theatre through excellence in performance and education. STAGES, now celebrating its 36th year of producing Broadway-quality theatre, employs a full-time staff of twenty-five and a seasonal company from May to October, presenting 140 performances to over 50,000 patrons.

STAGES employs the best Musical Theatre artists available regionally and nationally for all productions. By holding auditions in St. Louis and New York, STAGES is able to attract not only Broadway talent, but also further its commitment to support professional St. Louis actors. In addition, STAGES educates thousands of students each year at its Performing Arts Academy, the region’s only year-round arts school with a comprehensive curriculum run by a professional theatre company.

STAGES St. Louis is taking every effort for the health and safety of the volunteers, staff, and patrons during the COVID-19 pandemic. Disinfectant is used to clean all areas before and after occupancy and all volunteers, patrons, and staffs are dedicated to wearing masks while inside the buildings. There is still a high degree of uncertainty as to the impact of the pandemic over the next few months and its effect on our ability to bring staff together in the shop, office, and on stage. However, we are currently planning, hoping, and moving forward with our best-case scenario.

STAGES St. Louis strives to create a diverse and inclusive environment. Candidates should demonstrate empathy, flexibility, and a strong commitment to building diverse teams. BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ individuals are encouraged to apply.

Academy

Teaching Artists

Job Description:

At STAGES Performing Arts Academy, we are dedicated to cultivating creativity in a safe and engaging environment. We continually search for energetic arts educators to join our inspiring team of teaching artists. SPAA offers evening and weekend classes, full-scale productions, outreach programming, and summer camps for students grades K-12; all of which need teaching artists to make possible! We want an educator  who can confidently guide and manage a classroom, as well as promote growth within students through acting, singing and/or dancing. Schedule is very flexible and accommodating.

About STAGES Performing Arts Academy:

STAGES St. Louis is the region’s foremost not-for-profit company committed to preserving and advancing the art form of Musical Theatre through excellence in performance and education. In 2021, STAGES celebrated its 35th Anniversary Season of producing Broadway-quality theatre, presenting 140 performances from June through October to nearly 50,000 patrons.

With a faculty of more than 30 professional teaching artists, the Academy provides the highest quality musical theatre arts training; currently serving over 450 families throughout St. Louis and the surrounding areas through its classes, productions, and outreach programs. Its sequential curriculum offers a range of opportunities that inspire curiosity, creativity, and passion through musical theatre education.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Create weekly lesson plans, activities, and/or rehearsal schedules
  • Prepare students for a showcase performance to take place at the end of each session
  • Communicate consistently with students and parents regarding important class information 

Desired Qualifications:

Don’t worry about checking every single criteria box – if you feel you have what it takes to be a member of the education team, we want to hear from you!

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant discipline or equivalent work experience
  • Experience in teaching the performing arts (acting, singing, and/or dancing) and passion for arts education
  • Attention to detail and commitment to excellence
  • Excellent relationship-building, management, and problem solving skills
  • Ability to remain calm, collected, and patient under pressure
  • Understanding of classroom management
  • Evening and weekend (Saturdays only) availability

Compensation and Benefits

  • $28.00 – $45.00 per hour (depending on experience)
  • Up to 6-8 hours per week
  • Year-round opportunities available

Instructions to Apply:

Please send a resume (in a PDF) to cstevenson@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Teaching Artist Application’.

 

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Production

STAGES St. Louis, a professional musical theatre company entering our 37th season, is seeking Production Staff to join our 2022 Season.  The Season consists of three large-scale productions:  AIDA, CLUE, & MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET, and runs from February through October.  Start/End dates depend on each individual position.  Limited housing is available depending on the position.

STAGES is taking every effort for the health and safety of the acting company, volunteers, staff, and patrons during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Along with following any Federal, State, and Local mandates, STAGES St. Louis will be operating under the Actors’ Equity Association fully vaccinated guidelines.

STAGES St. Louis strives to create a diverse and inclusive environment. Candidates should demonstrate empathy, flexibility, and a strong commitment to building diverse teams. BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

Lead Carpenter

Job Description:

  • Stages St. Louis is looking for a lead carpenter for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September 8 with opportunities to extend through October 13 for locals. Limited housing available. Duties include:

    • a) Assist the Technical Director and Assistant Technical Director to run and organize the daily and long term goals of the scenic shops
      b) Assist with construction of scenic elements
      c) Assist with load-in, changeovers and strike
      d) Perform any repairs or alterations as needed
      e) Assist in seeing that scheduling goals are met
      f) Assist with the planning, prioritizing, and assignment of work tasks
      g) See that necessary plans, tools, and materials are in place for each project
      h) Oversee the general maintenance and cleanliness of the scenic shops
      i) Participate in the development and improvement of the scenic shops
      j) Assist with any other duties as required by the Technical Director
      k) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook
      l) Other duties as assigned

Instructions to Apply:

Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Lead Carpenter’.

 

Carpenter

Job Description:

  • Stages St. Louis is looking for carpenters for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September 8 with opportunities to extend through October 13 for locals. Limited housing available. Duties include:
    • a) Assist with construction of scenic elements
      b) Assist with load-in, changeovers and strike
      c) Perform any repairs or alterations as needed
      d) Assist with any other duties as required by the Technical Director
      e) Develop rigging plan for scenery with Technical Director and ATD
      f) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook
      g) Other duties as assigned

    Instructions to Apply:

    Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Carpenter’.

     

    Rigger/Carpenter

    Job Description:

    • Stages St. Louis is looking for carpenters for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September 8 with opportunities to extend through October 13 for locals. Limited housing available. Duties include:
      • a) Assist with construction of scenic elements
        b) Assist with load-in, changeovers and strike
        c) Perform any repairs or alterations as needed
        d) Assist with any other duties as required by the Technical Director
        e) Develop rigging plan for scenery with Technical Director and ATD
        f) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook
        g) Other duties as assigned

      Instructions to Apply:

      Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Rigger/Carpenter’.

       

      Welder/Carpenter

      Job Description:

      • Stages St. Louis is looking for carpenters for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September 8 with opportunities to extend through October 13 for locals. Limited housing available. Duties include:
        • a) Assist with construction of scenic elements
          b) Assist with load-in, changeovers and strike
          c) Perform any repairs or alterations as needed
          d) Assist with any other duties as required by the Technical Director
          e) Develop rigging plan for scenery with Technical Director and ATD
          f) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook
          g) Other duties as assigned

      Instructions to Apply:

      Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Welder/Carpenter’.

       

      Assistant Scenic Charge

      Job Description:

      • Stages St. Louis is looking for an Assistant Scenic Charge for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September 8 with opportunities to extend through October 13 for locals. Limited housing available. Duties include:
        • a) Assist Scenic Charge Artist in developing painting techniques to re-create the designer’s representation
          b) Paint scenic elements as directed by the Scenic Charge Artist
          c) Recreate painting and texture of scenic designs as submitted by the Scenic Designer in renderings/ paint elevations/ models by painting all scenic units, specialized prop pieces and the theatre space as required
          d) Perform maintenance of touch up painting of scenic units once loaded into theatre
          e) Assist with the maintenance and organization of the paint space
          f) Attend all paint calls as directed by the Scenic Charge Artist
          g) Perform any other duties as assigned by the Scenic Charge Artist
          h) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook
          i) Other duties as assigned

      Instructions to Apply:

      Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Assistant Scenic Charge’.

       

      Scenic Artist

      Job Description:

      • Stages St. Louis is looking for scenic artists for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September 8 with opportunities to extend through October 13 for locals. Limited housing available. Duties include:
        • a) Paint scenic elements as directed by the Scenic Charge Artist
          b) Recreate painting and texture of scenic designs as submitted by the Scenic Designer in renderings/ paint elevations/ models by painting all scenic units, specialized prop pieces and the theatre space as required
          c) Perform maintenance of touch up painting of scenic units once loaded into theatre
          d) Assist with the maintenance and organization of the paint space
          e) Attend all paint calls as directed by the Scenic Charge Artist
          g) Perform any other duties as assigned by the Scenic Charge Artist
          h) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook
          i) Other duties as assigned

        Instructions to Apply:

        Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Scenic Assistant’.

         

        Props Supervisor

        Job Description:

        • Stages St. Louis is looking for a props supervisor for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September 8 with opportunities to extend through October 13 for locals. Limited housing available. Duties include:
          • a) Overall supervision of the properties shop and budget
            b) Oversight of all hand props, furniture, and all scenic dressing elements
            c) Collaborate with Directors, Designers, Technical Director, and Production Manager to insure the artistic vision of each production remains within the available resources of time, budget, and personnel
            d) Estimate material and labor needs for all productions based on the script, director’s needs, designer models, draftings, and meetings
            e) Create properties tracking sheet for all productions
            f) Complete understanding of how all properties pieces are used onstage
            g) Select best construction method and materials of property unites in collaboration with designer, director, and choreographer
            h) Create and distribute construction draftings to staff. Ensure staff is properly instructed on assembly process
            i) Ensure timely and accurate budget reports
            j) Post and update construction time table and crew work schedules for each production
            k) Supervise Assistant Properties Supervisor, Properties Artisan, and/or Properties Carpenter
            l) Oversee maintenance of shop equipment and facilities in coordination with Technical Director
            m) Work with staff to create a safe, positive and productive work environment
            n) Attend all design conferences and production meetings
            o) Keep accurate inventory of properties stock and equipment
            p) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook
            q) Other duties as assigned

          Instructions to Apply:

          Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Props Supervisor’.

           

          Props Carpenter

          Job Description

          • Stages St. Louis is looking for a props carpenter for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September 8 with opportunities to extend through October 13 for locals. Limited housing available. Duties include:
            • a) Assist to acquire, alter, build, and perform notes on all rehearsal and performance props
              b) Assist to alter, build, and perform notes on non-prop scenic pieces as required
              c) Assist with load-in, changeovers and strike
              d) Perform any repairs or alterations needed
              e) Assist with any other duties as required by the Properties Supervisor
              f) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook
              g) Other duties as assigned

          Instructions to Apply:

          Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Props Carpenter’.

           

          Assistant Costume Shop Manager

          Job Description

          • Stages St. Louis is looking for an Assistant Costume Shop Manager for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September 8 with opportunities to extend through October 13 for locals. Limited housing available. Duties include:
            • a) Compile and revise with Costume Designer a list of items to be purchased for each show.
              b) Perform all purchasing, exchanging, and returns as necessary
              c) Assist with any daily purchasing as requested by the Costume Designer.
              d) Assist with the tracking of all receipts and budgets for the Costume Designer.
              e) Assist Costume Designer with managing/tracking of costume budgets and credit card reconciliation.
              f) Assist Costume Designer with any costume construction needs.
              g) Help coordinate all cleaning procedures and distribution of PPE in the costume shop.
              h) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook.
              i) Other duties as assigned.

          Instructions to Apply:

          Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Assistant Costume Shop Manager’.

           

          Draper

          Job Description

          • Stages St. Louis is looking for a Draper for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September 8 with opportunities to extend through October 13 for locals. Limited housing available. Duties include:
            • a) Pattern, cut, and drape costumes to realize the Designer’s rendering.
              b) Make alterations to existing clothes as needed.
              c) Attend all fittings as scheduled and take appropriate notes.
              d) Stitch as needed.
              e) Perform notes as given during fittings and rehearsals.
              f) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook.
              g) Other duties as assigned.

          Instructions to Apply:

          Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Draper’.

           

          First Hand

          Job Description

          • Stages St. Louis is looking for First Hands for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September 8 with opportunities to extend through October 13 for locals. Limited housing available. Duties include:
            • a) Assist with construction of costume elements.
              b) Perform any repairs or alterations as needed.
              c) Attend all fittings as scheduled and take appropriate notes.
              d) Assist with any other duties as required by the Costume Designer.
              e) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook.
              f) Other duties as assigned.

          Instructions to Apply:

          Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘First Hand’.

           

          Stitcher

          Job Description

          • Stages St. Louis is looking for stitchers for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September 8 with opportunities to extend through October 13 for locals. Limited housing available. Duties include:
            • a) Assist with construction of costume elements.
              b) Perform any repairs or alterations as needed.
              c) Assist with any other duties as required by the First Hand or Costume Designer.
              d) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook.
              e) Other duties as assigned.

          Instructions to Apply:

          Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Stitcher’.

           

          Crafts Artisan

          Job Description

          • Stages is looking for craft artisans for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September with opportunities to extend through October 13 for locals. Limited housing available. Duties include:
            • a) Assist with construction of Costume and craft elements.
              b) Perform any repairs or alterations as needed.
              c) Attend all fittings as scheduled and take appropriate notes.
              d) Assist with any other duties as required by the Costume Designer.
              e) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook.
              f) Other duties as assigned.

            Instructions to Apply:

            Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Crafts Artisan’.

             

            Dresser

            Job Description

            • Stages St. Louis is looking for dressers for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is May 7 through October 13. Duties include:
              • a) Prep, pre-set, track, and assist with costumes before, after, and during each rehearsal and performance.
                b) Assist to setup, maintain, and tear down all dressing rooms.
                c) Perform laundry, costume, and wig prep as needed.
                d) Perform minor repairs or maintenance on costumes, wigs, and accessories during the run.
                e) Perform all changes and quick changes as designated by Wardrobe Supervisor.
                f) Assist in the strike and storage of each production.
                g) Assist in the costume shop as needed between shows.
                h) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook.
                i) Other duties as assigned

            Instructions to Apply:

            Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Dresser’.

             

            Laundry

            Job Description

            • Stages St. Louis is looking for part-time laundry. Contract is May 15 through October 13. Duties include:
              • a) Launder and return all garments on specific days and times which will be determined by the Wardrobe Supervisor or Costume Designer.
                b) Garments will be laundered after specific instructions on cleaning, detergent products, and drying instructions have been given from the Wardrobe Supervisor and/or Costume Designer.
                c) Assist with stain removal or odor removal practices.
                d) Provide Costume Designer and/or Wardrobe Supervisor with accurate receipts of all expenditures.
                e) Assist with any other wardrobe/costumes related duties as given by the Costume Designer.
                f) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook.
                g) Other duties as assigned.

              Instructions to Apply:

              Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Laundry’.

               

              Wig Supervisor

              Job Description

              • Stages St. Louis is looking for a wig supervisor for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September 8. Limited housing available. Duties include:
                • a) Work with the Costume Designer in the design of each wig and hair piece for each production.
                  b) Build/Create/Pull/Buy wigs and hair pieces as needed for each production in accordance to the Costume Designer’s design.
                  c) All “Wig” purchases must have prior approval by Costume Designer and Production Manager.
                  d) Build/Create/Pull/Buy and style wigs and hair pieces as needed for each production in accordance to the Costume Designer’s design.
                  e) Supervise Wigs Maintenance/Technician in conjunction with the Wardrobe Supervisor and Resident Costume Designer.
                  f) Shampoo and reset wigs as needed by AEA guidelines and/or requested.
                  g) Assist Audio Engineer and/or Audio Assistant with placement of microphones in specific craft or wig pieces.
                  h) Assist with set up, maintain, and tear down of all dressing rooms and wig space.
                  i) Assist in the strike and storage of each production.
                  j) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook.
                  k) Other duties as assigned

              Instructions to Apply:

              Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Wig Supervisor’.

               

              Wig Technician

              Job Description

              • Stages St. Louis is looking for wig technicians for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is May 7th to October 13th. Limited housing available. Duties include:
                • a) Prep, pre-set, track, and assist with costumes before, after, and during each rehearsal and performance.
                  b) Assist to setup, maintain, and tear down all dressing rooms.
                  c) Perform laundry, costume, and wig prep as needed.
                  d) Perform minor repairs or maintenance on costumes, wigs, and accessories during the run.
                  e) Perform all changes and quick changes as designated by Wardrobe Supervisor.
                  f) Assist in the strike and storage of each production.
                  g) Assist in the costume shop as needed between shows.
                  h) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook.
                  i) Other duties as assigned.

                Instructions to Apply:

                Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Wig Technician’.

                 

                Electrics Supervisor

                Job Description

                • Stages St. Louis is looking for an electrics supervisor for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to October 13. Limited housing available. Duties include:
                  • a) Design, maintain, and oversee the installation of the seasonal lighting package
                    b) Oversee the strike and storage of all lighting equipment
                    c) Schedule, coordinate any and all specialty equipment specified by Lighting Designer
                    d) Price, order and coordinate any and all specialty equipment specified by Lighting Designer
                    e) Coordinate all necessary paperwork of each production with the Lighting Designer
                    f) Prep each load-in, changeover, strike, and focus call
                    g) Design the circuiting and system layout for each production
                    h) Work with the Technical Director or Properties Supervisor to design, oversee, and/or install electrical components in scenic pieces
                    i) Assist in design and development of special effects
                    j) Maintain the lighting design and equipment once into rehearsal and performance
                    k) Run the light board for rehearsals and performances in the event the Light Board Operator is unable
                    l) Supervise and maintain the electric shop
                    m) Supervise any backstage electrics
                    n) Attend production meetings as determined by the Production Manager
                    o) Track and report electrics expenses
                    p) Maintain an inventory of electrics equipment and resources as determined by the Production Manager
                    q) Create, develop, and implement improvement and organizational plans
                    r) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook
                    s) Other duties as assigned

                Instructions to Apply:

                Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Electrics Supervisor’.

                 

                Assistant Electrics Supervisor

                Job Description

                • Stages St. Louis is looking for an assistant electrics supervisor for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September 8. Limited housing available. Duties include:
                  • a) Run the light board during all technical rehearsals, performances, photo calls, and work calls
                    b) Start up and shut down all lighting equipment in the theatre which includes a dimmer check for each performance and technical rehearsals.
                    c) Participate in hang, circuit, dimmer patch, focus and/or strike of lighting instruments for each production
                    d) Assist with the pre-season prep, the load-in, changeover periods and strike in association with the production
                    e) Assist with general electrics crew supervision
                    f) Assist with troubleshooting and repairs
                    g) Assist with any shop work as directed by the Electrics Supervisor.
                    h) Assist with any other duties requested by the Lighting Designer
                    i) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook
                    j) Other duties as assigned

                Instructions to Apply:

                Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Assistant Electrics Supervisor’.

                 

                Electrician/Spotlight Operator

                Job Description

                • Stages St. Louis is looking for electricians for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is April 3 to September 8. Limited housing available. Duties include:
                  • a) Participate in all rehearsals, photo calls, performances, and call times as scheduled
                    b) Participate in hang, circuit, dimmer patch, focus and/or strike of lighting instruments for each production
                    c) Assist with the pre-season prep, the load-in, changeover periods and season strike
                    d) Perform any pre and post show setup/strike of equipment used in any production
                    e) Assist with pre-show duties as assigned by the Electrics Supervisor or Assistant Electrics Supervisor.
                    f) Oversee practical and scenic wiring as needed
                    g) Assist with carpentry projects relating to electrified scenery as needed
                    h) Perform any other duties as assigned by the Electrics Supervisor
                    i) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook
                    j) Other duties as assigned

                  Instructions to Apply:

                  Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Electrician/Spotlight Operator’.

                   

                  Audio Assistant

                  Job Description

                  • Stages is looking for an audio assistant for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is from May 1st to October 13. Limited housing available. Duties include:
                    • a) Assist with the install and maintenance of the public address system for each production
                      b) Assist with the setup and maintenance of the microphone plan for each production
                      c) Run and maintain the sound equipment for each rehearsal and performance
                      d) Assist with troubleshooting as needed
                      e) Maintain and repair audio equipment, as needed
                      f) Perform all pre-show and post-show duties as assigned by the Audio Supervisor
                      g) Assist all performers in the handling and placement of belt packs and mic heads as directed by the Audio Supervisor
                      h) Assist with audio crew supervision, as needed
                      i) Assist with scenery shifts and costume changes, as needed
                      j) Develop and implement improvement plans
                      k) Assist with any other duties as assigned by the Audio Supervisor, Production Stage Manager, Technical Director, or Production Manager
                      l) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook

                    Instructions to Apply:

                    Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Audio Assistant’.

                     

                    Stagehand

                    Job Description

                    • Stages St. Louis is looking for stagehands for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is May 15 to October 13. Duties include:
                      • a) Attend all rehearsals, performances, and photo calls as scheduled
                        b) Perform all pre-show, show, and post-show duties as assigned by Stage Management and Technical Director
                        c) Maintain duties run sheet given by Stage Management and update as duties change
                        d) Maintaining a positive working environment and good relationship with the actors, other running crew members, and staff
                        e) Assist with load-in, changeovers and strike
                        f) Perform any repairs or alterations as needed
                        g) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook
                        h) Other duties as assigned

                    Instructions to Apply:

                    Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Stagehand’.

                     

                    Assistant Stage Manager

                    Job Description

                    • Stages St. Louis is looking for non-equity assistant stage managers for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is May 7 to October 8. Duties include:
                      • a) Attend all called rehearsals, performances, and photo calls.
                        b) Assist the AEA PSM with the running of rehearsals and performances.
                        c) Assist with all scene shifts during performances.
                        d) Assist with any planning, paperwork, and note taking as directed by the PSM.
                        e) Assume active responsibility for the form and discipline of rehearsals and performances.
                        f) Perform any necessary maintenance on props or set pieces as assigned by the PSM and explained by the Props Supervisor or Technical Director.
                        g) Run errands and pick up expendable supplies as needed for performances.
                        h) Other duties as assigned.
                        i) Read and adhere to the guidelines set forth in the employee handbook

                    Instructions to Apply:

                    Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Assistant Stage Manager’.

                     

                    Stage Management Intern

                    Job Description

                    • Stages St. Louis is looking for stage management interns for out 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is May 8 to August 20. Duties include:
                      • a) Attend all called rehearsals, performances, and photo calls
                        b) Assist the PSM and ASM(s) with the running of rehearsals and performances
                        c) Assist with the tracking of all props during rehearsals and performances
                        d) Assist with Shift Crew during rehearsals and performances
                        e) Assist with any planning, paperwork and note taking as assigned by the PSM
                        f) Assist with any necessary maintenance on props or set pieces as assigned by the PSM and explained by the Props Supervisor or Technical Director
                        g) Run errands and pick up expendable supplies as needed for performances
                        h) Attend any meetings as required by the PSM
                        i) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook
                        j) Other duties as assigned

                      Instructions to Apply:

                      Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘Stage Management Intern’.

                       

                      COVID Compliance Officer

                      Job Description

                      • Stages St. Louis is looking for a COVID Compliance Officer for our 2023 Season: Aida, Clue, and Million Dollar Quartet. Contract is May 7 to October 8. Duties include:
                        • a) Maintain an excellent safety culture and safe working environment for all employees.
                          b) Implement STAGES’ COVID-19 Policies.
                          c) Conduct daily health screenings on all Artistic personnel during rehearsals and performances.
                          d) Manage PPE for STAGES Productions
                          e) Attend all rehearsals and performances to manage the disinfection of all surfaces and monitor the compliance of all safety measures.
                          f) Attend Covid Compliance Officer Training to be certified.
                          g) Be the main point of contact for actors and crew on productions in regard to all items related to COVID-19 Safety.
                          h) Read and adhere to the guidelines in the Employee Handbook.
                          i) Other duties as assigned

                        Instructions to Apply:

                        Please send a resume (in a PDF) to jobs@stagesstlouis.org with the subject line ‘COVID Compliance Officer’.