Theatre Aspen’s Company Manager is a seasonal position reporting to the General Manager and is responsible for providing the essential support required to maintain an efficient theatrical producing company.
The Wardrobe/Wig Supervisor will lead the wardrobe department for Theatre Aspen’s summer season. Working with costume designers and production management, the Wardrobe/Wig Supervisor will successfully build and maintain the vision of the season’s productions.
Head Sound Engineer
The Head Sound Engineer will lead the sound department for Theatre Aspen’s repertory summer season.
The Props Master will be responsible for creating, sourcing, and building properties for Theatre Aspen’s repertory summer season’s productions.
The Master Electrician will work as a member of the lighting department for Theatre Aspen’s season.
Check back soon for 2020 audition information!
The Theatre Aspen Apprentice Program offers seasonal apprenticeships for college students and recent graduates. Please see the Theater Aspen Apprentice Program page for more information.
Marketing and Events Manager
We are seeking a full-time Marketing and Events Manager who will be part of the Theatre’s executive team and will be jointly responsible for providing leadership throughout the organization to foster excellence.
Theatre Teacher – Parachute
Theatre Aspen is seeking an experienced theatre arts educator for our after-school pilot program in Parachute, Colorado. Teacher should have experience leading elementary-aged students (3rd-5th grade) in drama games, acting exercises, etc. Teacher should also be comfortable facilitating basic art projects. Program specifics and training will be provided. Must have reliable transportation. Commitment will begin in March– Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-5 PM for a six-week session.
Music Teacher – Parachute
Theatre Aspen is seeking an experienced music educator for our after-school pilot program in Parachute, Colorado. Teacher should have experience teaching elementary-aged students (3rd-5th grade) singing technique. Teacher should be able to serve as piano accompanist for end-of-session showcase. Program specifics and training will be provided. Must have reliable transportation. Commitment will begin in March– Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-5 PM for a six-week session.
Internships are offered on an individual basis. Upperclass high school students or recent high school graduates interested in interning in areas of production or administration should email firstname.lastname@example.org. Students interested in interning with our education programs can visit our Education Programs page, or email email@example.com to learn more.