Wigs & Makeup Apprenticeship – Wolf Trap

Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts – Education-Vienna, VA 22182

Summer 2020

Date Posted: November 20, 2019

Wig & Makeup
Work directly with Wolf Trap Opera’s Wig & Make Up Designer, Crafts Designer and professional artists in craft construction, wig and makeup maintenance and application, and backstage as an integral part of the wig and makeup team during all mainstage shows.

  • Help performers apply makeup and prepare for performances
  • Assist in styling hair and help to create stage personas


  • Prior wig and makeup/crafts experience or equivalent experience

NOTE: This position follows the Opera company summer schedule and works on a 6 day/week schedule (one day off that varies from week to week; standard production schedule)

Part time Play and Music Teacher – Gymboree Play & Music Columbia

Gymboree Play & Music Columbia-Crofton, MD

Compensation: $31,200 – $52,000 a year


Date Posted: November 1, 2019

Hiring at Crofton and Columbia locations for weekdays and weekends!

Gymboree Play & Music –The Global Leader in Classes for Kids! – Seeks enthusiastic facilitators in our Columbia and Crofton locations.

Please Note: You do not have to be a trained/certified teacher – we will train you!

If you love to sing, perform, educate and have experience working with young children (ages: 0-5) and parents, you might be the next ideal performer for our exciting team.

We work as a team-combining the energy, talent and enthusiasm of our employees.

The ideal team member combines a love of children with past leadership experience and comfort in leading songs and activities for adults with their infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers. Preschool teaching experience is helpful. Performance experience is also helpful, but not required. These positions require high energy; ability to teach infants/toddlers as well as adults; customer service; and sales ability. Music positions strongly recommend a background in Music, the ability to read music and sing on pitch.

To receive an invitation to interview, please review the qualifications below, email your resume and provide an answer to the questions in the online interview:


– Ability to work in a team and by yourself

– Confident, pleasant singing voice

– Love of singing, music making and teaching

– Ability to comfortably interact with adults and children

– Experience working with young children

– Playful, energetic teaching style; extremely outgoing, optimistic and “bubbly.”

– Retail selling experience (comfortable with selling memberships)

– Excellent memory (to memorize songs and lesson plans)

– Theater or acting experience helpful

Benefits: Great part-time job. Weekend and weekday hours. Paid training. Fun atmosphere! Free Gymboree classes for your child ages 0-5, heavily discounted birthday parties, and a company that wants you and you want to work for.

Thank you for your interest in joining the fun at Gymboree Play & Music. We look forward to having energetic, enthusiastic, warm and loving people join our teaching team.

Job Type: Part-time

Application QuestionsYou have requested that Indeed ask candidates the following questions:

  • How many years of child care experience do you have?
  • How many years of customer service experience do you have?

Mascot Performer – Life Outside The Box LLC

Life Outside the Box LLC – Washington, DC

Compensation: $31,200 – $52,000 a year

Part-time, Temporary

Required Experience: 1 year (Preferred)

Required Education: High school or equivalent (Preferred)

Date Posted: November 15, 2019

We are looking to hire an individual who is committed to our purpose of uniting and inspiring others. Our mission is to go beyond thinking outside of the box and to live outside of the box. If you believe you possess these important traits, please consider a career with Life Outside the Box LLC.

PRIMARY PURPOSE: Life Outside the Box LLC is looking for service minded individuals, who are committed to working together to help us create amazing memories for our customers, each other and all visitors to our events.

Life Outside the Box LLC is seeking individuals interested in Mascot performing. Mascots are responsible for entertaining customers, performing choreographed routines and skits, appearing in video features, taking photos with customers and simply entertaining LotB (Life Outside The Box) fans whenever possible.


Assist the Owner of Life Outside the Box LLC, Mascot Coordinator and Mascot Assistant with the execution of all entertainment:

  • Perform as LotB for appearances
  • Greet and interact with customers and general public, displaying high-energy while keeping the character and persona of the mascot
  • Perform entertainment activities, contests, promotions, skits, routines and special appearances
  • Attend rehearsals and performance training sessions as assigned
  • Lift at least 50 lbs.
  • Work minimum of 15 dates (including weekends, holidays, and events as assigned)
  • Represent Life Outside The Box LLC at community and corporate appearances as assigned
  • Additional responsibilities as assigned by the Owner of Life Outside the Box LLC, Mascot Coordinator and Mascot Assistant


  • Ability to obtain and perform rehearsed/choreographed routines
  • Previous experience in a mascot role


  • Must be able to effectively communicate using only body gestures
  • Must be able to work in a costume and develop the character and persona of the mascot
  • Must have a creative, ambitious, energetic personality with the ability to motivate others
  • Must have a flexible schedule and ability to work extended days and hours
  • Must work minimum of 15 events
  • Must be available for weekend events
  • Must have own transportation or be metro accessible
  • Express an outgoing, athletic, high-energy, cheerful demeanor in all situations
  • Ability to follow directions and adjust on the fly
  • Cardio/respiratory endurance between 400-800 meters (walking skills will be tested)


  • Reads, speaks, comprehends and communicates English effectively in all communications.
  • Represents Life Outside The Box LLC. in a positive fashion to all business partners and the general public.
  • Ability to develop and maintain successful working relationship with staff members.
  • Ability to act according to the organizational values and service excellence at all times.
  • Ability to work with multicultural populations and have a commitment to fairness and equality.
  • Ability to walk or stand for an entire shift.
  • Ability to work extended days and hours, including holidays and weekends.
  • Ability to move throughout all areas and levels of a building.
  • Ability to work in a diverse and changing environment.
  • Ability to lift and carry boxes up to 50 lbs.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)

Job Types: Part-time, Temporary

Salary: $31,200.00 to $52,000.00 /year


  • relevant: 1 year (Preferred)


  • High school or equivalent (Preferred)


  • D.C., DC (Preferred)

Work Location:

  • Multiple locations

Hours per week:

  • 10-19

Employment Length:

  • 4 – 6 months

Children’s Performer for Live Science Shows – ScienceTellers

ScienceTellers-Washington, DC

Part-time [School Year]

Compensation: $100 per show, plus $20 travel stipend per show.

Required Experience: experience working with children and a background in theater, drama, performing or teaching.

Date Posted: October 2019

ScienceTellers is looking for energetic and animated performers to present our fun, interactive 45-minute science programs for kids.

There is NO need to be a scientist — we will teach you all the science you need to know!

Compensation: $100 per show, plus $20 travel stipend per show. We also reimburse for all tolls and parking.

Preferred: experience working with children and a background in theater, drama, performing or teaching.

This is a great opportunity for actors looking for part-time work!

To apply, you MUST fill out an application at www.sciencetellers.com/jobs. Otherwise, you will not be considered.

Job Type: Part-time

Yoga Studio Manager – SENZ Yoga, Barre, and Cycle

SENZ Yoga, Barre, and Cycle-Rockville, MD 20850

Required Experience: 2-3 years in a supervisory role

Required Education: Certified yoga, barre, cycling or fitness instructor is preferred, but not mandatory

Date Posted: October 17, 2019

Our Brand

Senz ® is a multi-sensory yoga, barre, and cycling studio that blends movement, music, and an eco-interactive environment into an eclectic mix of yoga and fusion-based fitness classes. We believe that this immersive brand of fitness allows for a more deeply rooted experience that is rejuvenating, uplifting, and transformative.

Our Team

We aspire to inspire, motivate, and support each other. Our team is the heartbeat of our studio. We are deeply passionate about our mission, our members, and cultivating a sense of community.

The Role

We are looking for a Studio Manager who is enthusiastic and passionate about yoga, fitness, and helping people. The Studio Manager will serve as a principle leader and contribute to company growth and the overall operation of Senz ®. The ideal candidate will be personable, efficient, and a high performer in a fast-paced and dynamic environment.

General Operations

· Responsible for overseeing the upkeep, appearance, and functionality of the studio.

· Able to be a studio ambassador and maintain a high level of customer service through regular customer engagement.

· Motivates, guides, and leads the team to achieve monthly, quarterly, and annual sales goals.

· Additional operational responsibilities include product procurement, inventory control, and studio manual updates.

Staff Management

· Assists the owner in hiring, training, supervising, coaching, and conducting performance reviews.

· Manages staff schedule, assists with class development and audits classes for quality assurance.

  • Point of contact for all teachers and responds in a timely manner to provide support.
  • Responsible for helping to build the teacher team and teacher/student community.
  • Assists the owner in executing teacher meetings, trainings, communications, and events.


· Efficient use of Zingfit software for overall studio management.

· Manages members contracts, sales, billing issues, and customer profiles.

· Checks students into classes and workshops through Zingfit.

Customer Engagement

  • Ensures students find appropriate classes attuned to their goals, preferences, and fitness level.
  • Welcome all visitors according to our Customer Service standards; supervise staff and answer telephone promptly and courteously.
  • Provides excellent customer service and resolve member feedback or concerns in a professional and timely fashion


  • Manages and maintains all social media accounts – Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube
  • Maintains up-to-date knowledge of our products, services, and programs.
  • Responsible for generating leads, referral follow-up and meeting individual monthly sales goals. Sales includes class packs/memberships, retail, and ancillary products and services.
  • Effectively markets and sell our products via telephone, community events, in studio tours, etc.
  • Establish external relationships/partnerships within the community.
  • Work with owner to develop effective marketing campaigns.

Skill Sets

  • Project management, team player, motivator, and cheerleader for staff and customers.
  • Multi-tasker with the ability to prioritize tasks and manage time and schedule.
  • Maintains strong written and verbal skills
  • Self-starter and makes decision thoughtfully and efficiently
  • Proactive and excellent conflict resolution skills
  • Highly energetic, positive and enthusiastic leader with strong interpersonal skills to effectively lead the team to meet goals.
  • Maintains good work ethic and is dependable, accountable, and responsible.
  • Must be customer focused and deliver company’s high level of customer service at all times in a professional, courteous, sensitive and friendly manner.
  • Comfortable with computers and effective at learning and using the necessary software products

Minimum Requirements

  • 2-3 years in a supervisory role
  • Social media experience is a plus
  • Experience working in retail and/or yoga/gym industry
  • Certified yoga, barre, cycling or fitness instructor is preferred, but not mandatory

Job Type: Full-time


  • Management: 2 years (Required)
  • Customer Service: 2 years (Required)


  • Flexible schedule

This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:

  • Dependable — more reliable than spontaneous
  • People-oriented — enjoys interacting with people and working on group projects
  • Adaptable/flexible — enjoys doing work that requires frequent shifts in direction
  • Detail-oriented — would rather focus on the details of work than the bigger picture

Education Manager – Washington Improv Theater

Washington Improv Theater – Washington DC

Approximate Salary: $45,000 Per Year – Full Time

Required Experience: Less than 2 years

Required Education: Some College Coursework

Date Posted: September 30, 2019

Reporting to Washington Improv Theater’s education director, this position will administer and foster the growth of our educational programs, providing an excellent experience for students, instructors, audiences, and artists.

Major areas of responsibility include:

  • Assist the Education Director in planning and management of the classes program
  • Plan and manage Improv for All workshops program
  • Help administer class and workshop enrollment
  • Serve as the primary point of contact for students and manage communication for the classes program


Help plan, budget, coordinate, staff, and implement WIT’s education programs: a year-round classes program for adults (currently approx. 3,200 registrations per year), the WIT workshop program, and WIT’s community outreach program Improv for All which includes free intro workshops in all 8 Wards of the city as well as ad hoc workshops in schools and for other partner organizations.

Responsibilities include:

  • Assist in scheduling instructors, setup of necessary class roster files, and management of internal files related to classes.
  • Assist students in class registration, transfer, and cancellation using our classes registration platform
  • Assist in classes planning based on retention models. Engage with students and teachers to ensure classes are scheduled that meet demand outside of normal retention rates.


  • Serve as primary contact for all students and key venue contacts.
  • Work with Operation Manager to track and administer class discount “rewards” for WIT’s volunteers.
  • Manage the creation and promotion of Facebook events for the classes program
  • Direct marketing of classes to current students based on tracking cohort progress through program

Additional responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:

  • Collaborate with WIT staff and Board on strategy for WIT’s performance and organizational training programs.
  • Collaborate in creating content for print or electronic collateral materials (e.g. postcards, brochures, emails).
  • Assist with WIT’s fundraising activities as requested.
  • Assist with other WIT programs and events.

Required Skills

The majority of the work will happen in Google Sheets, email, and Google Calendar.

  • Comfortable tracking, entering, and managing data on spreadsheets on a daily basis.
  • Careful attention to detail. Must communicate accurate information to a large number of students, teachers, and partners.
  • Comfortable organizing complex sets of tasks along flexible timelines.
  • Familiarity with a customer-centered approach to communication and planning.
  • Skills in Adobe Creative Cloud, WordPress, or advanced spreadsheet functions a plus.

Position is full-time. Benefits include health insurance and employer-matched retirement savings.

No phone calls, please.

Production Coordinator – Wolf Trap

Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts – Vienna, Virginia

Approximate Salary: Not Specified – Full Time

Date Posted: September 30, 2019

Wolf Trap Foundation presents leading artists in Rock, Pop, Indie, Jazz, Broadway and Classical at the 7,028 capacity amphitheatre The Filene Center, located in America’s only National Park for the Performing Arts, as well as Rock, Pop, Indie, Jazz, Folk, World, Cabaret, and Comedy at the 382 capacity theatre The Barns at Wolf Trap located next to our Center for Education. We seek a Production Coordinator to support the production team with all aspects of day-to-day concert production in order to ensure successful performances, across all Wolf Trap Foundation assigned spaces.


  • Coordinate production for the Filene Center, Children’s Theater-in-the Woods, The Barns and Center for Education in collaboration with the production team.
  • Assist in the management of day-to-day backstage operations.
  • Manage production database and performance archives.
  • Create and distribute daily production schedules in consultation with Production Managers.
  • Create and maintain master production department schedule.
  • Provide a wide range of administrative, organization, and logistical services to ensure the efficient operation of the production team.
  • Provide Day-of-show assistance on assigned performances.
  • Participate in department meetings and contributes to the dissemination of information and follow through of tasks as they relate to Wolf Trap Foundation assigned spaces.
  • Arrange backline orders and deliveries, piano tunings, equipment repairs, video crew calls, and additional tasks in collaboration with Production Managers.
  • Administer new-hire paperwork for all union employees.
  • Gather artist technical riders, stage plots and necessary information for production meetings.
  • Other duties as assigned


  • BA/BS degree and 2-4 years professional experience
  • Minimum 2 years of experience in production and administration within a performing arts organization


  • Knowledge of concert production and logistical requirements for live events, demonstrated interest in the concert industry
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
  • Exceptional attention to detail and ability to manage multiple tasks while maintaining quality and accuracy
  • Ability to follow directions, take initiative and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment
  • Creative problem solving and strong organizational skills
  • Ability to work some evenings and weekends, especially over the summer season
  • Must pass a background check
  • Sensitivity and commitment to the mission of Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts

Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Production Manager – Wolf Trap

Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts – Vienna, Virginia

Approximate Salary: Not Specified

Full Time

Date Posted: September 30, 2019

Wolf Trap Foundation presents leading artists in Rock, Pop, Indie, Jazz, Broadway and Classical at the 7,028 capacity amphitheatre The Filene Center, located in America’s only National Park for the Performing Arts, as well as Rock, Pop, Indie, Jazz, Folk, World, Cabaret, and Comedy at the 382 capacity theatre The Barns at Wolf Trap located next to our Center for Education. We seek a Production Manager to manage all aspects of day-to-day concert production in order to ensure successful performances, across all Wolf Trap Foundation assigned spaces.


The Filene Center:

  • Advance technical production aspects of all touring shows and in-house productions at The Filene Center and Children’s Theater-in-the-Woods, including sound, lights, video and crew/personnel requirements.
  • Collaborate with visiting performing groups to ensure their production needs are planned for and accomplished within the parameters of Wolf Trap.
  • Study technical riders, light plots, electrical requirements, and hanging plots as to the complexity and feasibility of hanging a road show or local production in the facility. Also, provide solutions that work to the benefit of the facility and the show.
  • Maintain lighting plots, ground plains, elevations, and section drawings of the Filene Center in Vectorworks and AutoCad.
  • Create production summaries, daily schedules and stage plots as needed for all assigned concerts.
  • Rent backline, production equipment and instruments as needed for all assigned concerts.
  • Share in production management performance duty, including nights and weekends.
  • Supervise IATSE stagehands during performances, ensuring Wolf Trap Foundation is adhering to both the union contract and performance budget.
  • Monitor show quality control, including adhering to house db level, sightlines, etc.
  • Manage and oversee preseason production installation and season closing by IATSE at the Filene Center.
  • Create labor and production cost estimates for performances, theatrical productions and special events.
  • Develop and maintain excellent working relationship with the National Symphony Orchestra artistic and production teams.
  • Coordinate and communicate information related to seat holds and kills for performances at the Filene Center.
  • Assist Director of Production, The Filene Center in hiring of variable sound engineers for Children’s Theater-in-the-Woods performances.
  • Assist Director of Production, the Filene Center on all maintenance and capital improvement projects; research and recommend projects while working within a budget and timeline. Assist with preparation of weekly IATSE payroll, as needed.
  • Maintain inventory system for production equipment.
  • Maintain safe working conditions and procedures for staff and during shows.
  • Other duties as assigned.

The Barns:

  • Operate as production technician, assisting Director of Production, The Barns with show Load-In / Load-Out, setting of the stage before and after performances, and working as A2 or LD on assigned shows.
  • Advance technical production aspects of touring shows as assigned by Director of Production, The Barns.
  • Assist Director of Production, The Barns on all maintenance and capital improvement projects; research and recommend projects while working within a budget and timeline.
  • Assist Director of Production, The Barns in hiring of variable sound engineers and lighting designers.
  • Work with the Special Events department to provide technical/production information, rental and crew costs.
  • Share in production responsibilities on the Foundation events and meetings held in The Barns and Center for Education.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Associate’s degree preferred; minimum 5-7 years working with light, sound, and AV production in a convention center, arena, theater or road show environment
  • Minimum 5 years management experience
  • Demonstrated experience in stage management technical direction, scenery construction, sound reinforcement and lighting


  • Must have strong working knowledge of facility management, equipment stage craft, theatrical production as well as a strong attention to details and ability to balance multiple projects simultaneously
  • Must be able to read technical drawings, lighting/audio plots, and Ground & Rigging plans
  • Must have a working knowledge in Auto CAD and/or Vectorworks
  • Demonstrated knowledge of modern digital and analog production sound, lighting and AV technologies
  • Ability to read and implement technical riders for stage presentations
  • Must have strong problem-solving skills and the ability to create solutions when there is a change in plans
  • Demonstrated understanding of union environments including the ability to understand and interpret union contracts, resolve disputes and manage workers in a consistent and fair manner.
  • Proven leadership and project management ability in the performing arts
  • Must pass a background check
  • Sensitivity and commitment to the mission of Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts

Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Box Office/Patron Services Assistant – Mosaic Theater Company of DC

Mosaic Theater Company of DC, Washington DC

Approximate Salary: $14 Per Hour – Part Time

Required Education: High School or Equivalent

Date Posted: August 21, 2019

Committed to inclusion, diversity, equity, and access throughout the organization and in all aspects of its programming, Mosaic Theater Company of DC seeks a Manager of Institutional Giving to build on the Company’s first four remarkably successful years and join a team of fundraising professionals taking Mosaic to the next level as outlined in our Strategic Plan.

Mosaic will celebrate its 5th Season in 2019-2020 with a $3.3M budget powered by a “dream” production grant from The Roy Cockrum Foundation, bolstered by support from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Shubert Foundation, the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, and many more dedicated funders.

Mosaic was founded in December 2014 on the principle of uplifting a multiplicity of viewpoints in order to foster the awareness and empathy that lead to positive social change. Mosaic has played to more than 150,000 ticket holders since our first production in Fall 2015 and has received three Helen Hayes awards, including the John Aniello Award for Outstanding Emerging Theatre Company. The organization is led by Founding Artistic Director Ari Roth, Managing Director/Producer Serge Seiden, Associate Artistic Director Victoria Murray Baatin; the Board Chair is William Tompkins. Mosaic has an engaged and diverse 30-member Board of Directors and staff of 15 full-time and additional part-time employees.

Mosaic is a Resident Arts Partner at the Atlas Performing Arts Center on the vibrant H Street NE corridor of Washington, DC. We complement our productions with comprehensive engagement through free pre- and post-show programming, an annual intercultural festival, like our “Voices From a Changing Middle East” series, and educational initiatives, including our touring Mosaic on the Move and Weekday Matinees for students and seniors. We strive to foster a culture of listening and welcoming, embracing complexity and a multi-focal perspective. Mosaic produces intercultural, provocative plays, fosters new work by women and people of color, and lifts up underrepresented voices from the Middle East.


The Box Office/Patron Services Assistant is a part time position. Hours vary when we are running shows or not, 30 hours max. Evening and weekend hours required.


  • Provide outstanding customer service to subscribers, groups, single ticket purchasers, and other Mosaic stakeholders
  • Follow up phone calls and email as delegated by Patron Services Manager
  • Staff subscriptions table during performances
  • Database management
  • General subscription and ticket processing using Patron Manager software
  • Assist with outbound call campaigns
  • Help out during Opening Nights and Weekday Matinees
  • Attend weekly marketing meeting​​

Mosaic Theater Company of DC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applicants who understand and embrace the Mosaic’s mission to make transformational and socially-relevant art. Mosaic Theater is committed to providing a safe environment for all its employees free from discrimination on any ground and from harassment of any kind. We highly encourage people of color and LGBTQ+ individuals to apply.


  • $14/hour
  • Health Insurance negotiable

We are seeking to hire ASAP. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Lina Khawaldah, Company Manager, at lina@mosaictheater.org. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Managing Director – Everyman Theatre

Everyman Theatre

Baltimore, Maryland

Approximate Salary: Not Specified

Job Category: Executive Director / CEO, Full Time

Date Posted: September 12, 2019

Everyman Theatre will celebrate its 30th year next season. It has been at its current location in Baltimore’s Bromo Arts District since 2013. Everyman remains dedicated to engaging the audience through a shared experience between actor and audience seeking connection and emotional truth in performance. Its Core Values of Excellence, People Matter and Community guide its artistry and its development as an organization. As expressed in its mission, “Everyman Theatre provides transformative experiences through professional theatre that is welcoming, relevant, and affordable to everyone, featuring a Resident Company of actors.” The resident company of actors, always central to the work onstage, has more recently embraced offstage work as well, working in development, marketing, education, and season planning.

Everyman Theatre was founded by Vincent (Vinny) Lancisi in 1990. Its first four years saw a vagabond existence before landing, in the 1994-95 season, at what would be its home for 18 years. In 2013, Everyman moved to its beautiful new facility on Fayette Street. Everyman’s 2019-20 season, its 29th, will be its largest to date. With eight fully produced plays and numerous other activities, Everyman now produces new work in half of its season, whether world premieres or second or third productions. The theater has grown steadily since it moved in 2013. With over 5,000 subscribers and an average annual total of 45,000 individual tickets, Everyman is one of Baltimore’s two Equity theaters. Each show runs between four and five weeks. All sets are built by the Everyman staff in an onsite scene shop.

Each season is built around Everyman’s resident company of artists. The relationships formed among the company, and between that company and the audiences, is what continues to distinguish Everyman. In a city like Baltimore, with nearly a 75% non-white population, Everyman’s diverse company and the diverse stories it presents are a fitting complement to each other. Baltimore faces various challenges, (although not nearly so many as one national leader would suggest), nevertheless Everyman is well-positioned and committed to be a catalyst for positive change. Everyman passionately embraces telling diverse stories that speak to the people of Baltimore and reflect their experiences. One staff member said, “if you believe theater can help make positive change in a city, Baltimore is a perfect canvas.”

Baltimore, Maryland, a city of 620,000 people, has a thriving arts scene including major regional museums (Baltimore Museum of Art, the Walters Art Museum and the American Visionary Arts Museum) a vibrant and diverse music scene, and a thriving small theatre scene. While a bit too big to be considered a college town, it does boast several major universities particularly Johns Hopkins University and Medical School, University of Maryland Medical School, Maryland Institute College or Art, Morgan State University, and several others. Baltimore is a thriving tourist and convention town, with the Inner Harbor, the National Aquarium, and its numerous museums serving as draws.

For more about Everyman Theatre: https://everymantheatre.org/


Everyman Theatre is led by Founding Artistic Director Vinny Lancisi, an active 30-member Board of Directors, led by Vic Romita, and a Managing Director. This position has been vacant for about a year. In the absence of a Managing Director, Vinny assumed the role as sole CEO and is looking forward to sharing that responsibility with the person selected in this search. Vinny directs a show or two each season. Vinny founded Everyman shortly after completing graduate school and has remained ever since. He has an undergraduate degree from Boston College and a Masters from Catholic University of America. He has taught at several universities and served on various regional arts boards. The Everyman Board is noteworthy for its level of commitment and involvement, as well as its mature governance.


Everyman has an annual budget of approximately $4 million. Everyman recently became a LORT D theater. This season Everyman will be producing three shows in its rehearsal room, now converted into a flexible theatre with 210 seats. There are 25 full-time permanent staff, plus 200 part-time and/or seasonal staff. The scene shop and prop house are in-house with a small finishing shop for costumes, and Everyman also has an agreement with Baltimore Center Stage to share a costume shop. Rehearsal space is onsite. Rented artist housing is within walking distance.


Everyman’s new Managing Director will join a theater with a strong foundation, an active and engaged Board of Directors, a capable senior staff and a talented and engaged company of actors and other artists. Among its opportunities and challenges are these:

  • Determining the best strategies for increasing contributed and earned revenue.
  • Crafting a sustainable operating model as it grows.
  • Planning for and ultimately conducting a Phase Two Capital Campaign and leading the project to complete facility renovation and expansion.
  •  Finding ways to engage the company of artists in mutually beneficial activities and projects.
  •  Supporting Everyman’s equity, diversity and inclusion ambitions.
  •  Engaging with Baltimore City officials and private developers to encourage smart development in the Bromo Arts District, Everyman’s neighborhood.


The Managing Director and Artistic Director are expected to form a co-equal, productive working relationship, in which both report to the Board through its Chair. Utilizing the recently completed strategic plan, the co-leaders of Everyman Theatre, in partnership with the Board, will identify the company’s most important goals and objectives and align resources to achieve them. The Managing Director will lead all administrative functions in the areas of finance, fundraising, audience development, communication, human resources and share leadership of education with Vinny The MD will spearhead income and audience growth.


  • Understand, embrace, and articulate Everyman’s artistic mission and core values and enthusiastically communicate that vision to staff, Board, patrons, and the Baltimore and national theatre communities.
  • Develop a collaborative, transparent, and supportive relationship with the Artistic Director and celebrate and support Everyman’s collegial culture.
  • Be a financial steward for Everyman and with Vinny, the Board and staff lead the development of new/expanded income streams. Understand the role that engaging new audiences and data analytics play in driving income. Expansion of both contributed and earned income are essential for Everyman Theatre’s sustainability and the growth described in its plan.
  • Actively participate in identification, cultivation and solicitation of donors and make connections to stakeholders and civic leaders who can support the Theatre’s work.
  •  Celebrate the work of the company of artists and find ways to creatively expand their engagement with the theatre.
  •  Join the early discussions for a Phase Two Capital Campaign to complete the work begun with the successful $18 million Phase One Campaign.
  •  Further develop Everyman’s comprehensive equity, diversity, and inclusion strategy and, with, Vinny, lead the implementation of that strategy.
  •  Oversee the administrative and operational functions of Everyman.
  •  Build on the Theatre’s culture of productivity, collaboration, creativity, transparency, and innovation.
  •  Collaborate with the Board and the Artistic Director to “work the strategic plan.”
  •  Develop Everyman’s capacity to engage in co-productions and other creative partnerships. 


Ideally, the successful candidate for this role will possess the following skills, experience, and qualities:

  • A deep commitment to the performing arts as evidenced by prior roles. Although a theatre background is preferred, the Search Committee is open to evaluating candidates from other artistic disciplines.
  •  The skills to, and ideally a history of, developing a rich, collaborative partnership with an Artistic Director and other artists.
  •  Enthusiasm for Everyman’s aesthetic and especially its use of a resident company.
  •  A background and understanding of both fundraising and marketing, preferably with demonstrated success in both areas.
  •  Skills or experience in developing and managing effective budgets aligned with strategic objectives.
  •  A successful track record in working within and helping to develop a collaborative and transparent culture with staff.
  •  Strong communication skills, both speaking and writing. Desire to serve, with Vinny, as the Theatre’s ambassador to its various communities.
  •  A commitment to achieving equity, diversity, and inclusion.
  •  Experience working effectively with Boards.
  • The following personal attributes will also be considered important:
  •  A love of theatre and the people who make it.
  •  Kind, strategic, positive, energetic, and transparent.
  •  High emotional intelligence and an ability to build relationships of trust.
  •  Self confidence
  •  Innovative problem-solver.
  •  Disciplined, effective leadership and management of people and resources.


Salary will be competitive with other companies of comparable size. Benefits will include the following (a non-comprehensive list):

  • Medical insurance funded largely by employer;
  • Dental insurance funded by employee;
  • 401(k);
  • Paid vacation, holidays, sick leave.

The Search Committee hopes to make its final decision by late 2019 with the new Managing Director starting as soon thereafter as possible.


Stephen Richard of Management Consultants for the Arts is leading the search with Greg Kandel’s Counsel. To be considered for this position, you must submit pertinent information and attach a current résumé, a cover letter of no more than 1½ pages outlining your experience and desire to be considered for this position, three professional references, and salary expectations utilizing our online application system. https://managementconsultantsforthearts.wufoo.com/forms/r1lwzbxz0gog6ww/

Once all your materials have been submitted online, you will receive a confirmation of your submission via the email address you have provided in the application. For clarification on any of this information, please contact Christy Wall at cwall@mcaonline.com.

Everyman Theatre very much encourages applications from women and from people of color.