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Founded in 1966, Creede Repertory Theatre (CRT) is a 501(c)3 non-profit professional theatre company with an annual budget of $1.7M. From its Rocky Mountain roots, CRT serves as an artistic home to our rural community and beyond, through the creation of repertory seasons, dynamic educational programs and compelling new works. With deeply rooted values in equity, diversity and inclusion, CRT is committed to being a haven for artistic excellence, belonging, and intrinsic joy.

Located at 9,000 feet in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado, the historic town of Creede offers beautiful views, hiking trails, and stunning campsites in a county comprised of 97% public land.

The Denver Post has named CRT as “among the top five theatres in the state;” USA Today has called CRT “one of the top ten theatres to see the lights way off Broadway;” and the National Theatre Conference gave CRT the Award for Outstanding Achievement in 2007. CRT was featured on the front page of the New York Times Art & Leisure section in 2021 with an article touting Creede as the “triumph of the Friday night footlights.”

CRT’s Commitment to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Access

Creede Repertory Theatre is striving towards a Culture of Belonging for everyone who comes through our doors. We have made great progress as an organization, and acknowledge that there is still a lot of work to do. We will continue practicing self-reflection by asking the tough questions, listening deeply to our community, and implementing practices and policies that affirm and uplift others’ humanity. We are committed to being your theatre, always. To see our full EDI Statement, Commitments, and Updates, click here.

CRT provides childcare support to our company members; please inquire about how we can support you and your family needs.

Creede Repertory Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages artists from historically excluded communities to apply.

Health & Safety

All artists who perform in-person work for CRT’s 2024 Season are required to provide proof of full vaccination, according to current CDC guidelines, prior to their start date.

Employees and contractors will receive a copy of CRT's most up-to-date Health & Safety Protocols (subject to change as required) at the time of contract. Please don't hesitate to ask any questions of the hiring manager during the interview process.

Qualities we look for in candidates

Mission – Motivated and inspired by CRT’s mission and vision.

Grit - Bring determination and a strong will to the challenges and opportunities of theatre at 9,000ft.

Intentionality – Thoughtful and deliberate.

Community – Willing and eager to invest in, engage with and create personal connections with the CRT community, including staff, company, students, patrons, board members, and the town of Creede, CO.

Full Time Staff Openings

Artistic Director

The window to apply for the Artistic Director position closed on December 15th. The Search Committee is reviewing all submissions and reaching out to select candidates. 

Seasonal Openings

 

Directors, Choreographers & Designers:

Note: CRT does not operate under an Agreement with USA / IATSE or SDC.

 

Musicians:

Note: CRT does not operate under an Agreement with AFM.

Music Director

JOB TITLE: 2024 Season Music Director/Pianist
REPORTS TO: Kate Berry, Interim Artistic Director
SUPERVISES: Musicians
TYPE: Seasonal, Full Time, Non-Exempt
COMPENSATION: $750/wk minimum + OT
HOUSING: Provided at no cost
CONTRACT DATES: May 14 – August 31, 2024

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Music Director/Pianist for Young Frankenstein (dir. Amanda Berg Wilson)

Music Director will play piano for all rehearsals.

Young Frankenstein will be performed using tracks. The Music Director will be responsible for conducting the cast and running the tracks in performance.

Assess and give notes on the overall sound mix of Young Frankenstein to create the best possible experience for our audience.

Music Director/Pianist for 2024’s Gala Celebration and other concerts and special events. Creation or sourcing of arrangements.

Improvisational Pianist for Boomtown! Improv Comedy - a Chicago-style, long form improv comedy performed throughout the summer.

Serve as the Vocal Coach for the 2024 Young Audience Outreach Tour, Coyote & the Counting Game.

Participate in all company meetings, production meetings, design meetings, special company functions, publicity functions, and/or other meetings or events as required by CRT, for which appropriate notice will be given.

Participate in safety and emergency response training as required by CRT.

Adhere to, and assist in the enforcement of, CRT’s Health & Safety protocols and policies.

Commit to CRT’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Initiative. Contribute to a respectful and inclusive environment in every aspect of your work.

Adhere to CRT’s community values of Artistry, Grit, Intentionality, and Community.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS & TRANSFERABLE SKILLS

Ability to read music.

Experience as a musical improviser, knowledge of music theory, and/or composition experience preferred.

Familiarity with music technology (especially QLab; experience with synth programming, practice track building, and notation software also encouraged)

Comfortable as solo pianist and accompanist.

Ability to work with performers of all levels and skill sets.

Ability to communicate with staff and company members in person, by phone, and via email.

English fluency required.

Ability to lift 50 lbs.

 

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this position, please fill out the form and submit a resume and cover letter HERE. No phone calls, please.

Applications must be received by Feb 10, 2024, and will be reviewed as they are received.

Creede Repertory Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applicants from marginalized communities to apply.

** COVID-19 Safety: All artists who perform in-person work are required to provide proof of full vaccination, according to current CDC guidelines, prior to their start date. **

 

Production:

Note: CRT does not operate under an Agreement with USA / IATSE.

Tour Manager

JOB TITLE: Tour Manager for Young Audience Outreach Tour

REPORTS TO: Associate Education Director, Director of Production and Facilities

TYPE: Full Time, Hourly, Non-Exempt 

COMPENSATION: Minimum $600/wk + OT

HOUSING: Provided at no cost in Creede and on the road

CONTRACT DATES: July 30th,2024- November 22nd, 2024

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • YAOT Tour Manager:
    • Preparing, setting up and running all rehearsals 
    • Communicate with department heads the needs of all props, furniture, costumes and set dressing
    • Work with the Costume Shop Manager to arrange all costume and wig fittings as needed 
    • Work with the Associate Education Director and Director of Production and Facilities on budgeting on the road expenses
    • Supervise and lead the load in and load out of the tour along with the acting company. 
    • Calling and managing all performances both in Creede, CO and on the road. 
    • Communicating to touring company a range of information including itineraries, destinations, performances and special information provided by the schools. 
    • Working with the touring company to properly load in and load out of venues in order to ensure consistency from performance to performance. 
    • Being the lead on all emergencies, such as illness or bad weather. 
    • Managing the safe driving schedule with actors in accordance with CRT’s policies and local/federal laws. 
    • Follow safe driving practices and scheduling maintenance for vehicles as needed. 
    • Maintaining or repairing props, costumes and set pieces as needed. 
    • Manage travel accommodations such as checking in and out of stays, providing payment information, rebooking accommodations if needed and planning meals while on the road. 
    • Communicate successes or challenges to the Education Director and Director of Production through written performance reports and tour expense logs. 
  • Participate in all company meetings, production meetings, design meetings, special company functions, publicity functions, and/or other meetings or events as required by CRT.
  • Participate in safety and emergency response training as required by CRT.
  • Adhere to, and assist in the enforcement of, CRT’s COVID-19 safety protocols and policies, including, but not limited to distancing, masking, use of PPE, etc.
  • Commit to CRT’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Initiative. Be an active participant in formal trainings and/or communal learning opportunities, a required. Contribute to a respectful and inclusive environment in every aspect of your work.
  • Adhere to CRT’s community values of Artistry, Grit, Intentionality, and Community.

 

** Tour Manager must complete a criminal background check at CRT’s expense. **

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS AND TRANSFERABLE SKILLS

  • Background in Stage Management, Sound Engineering, Theatre for Young Audiences, Art Education, or related field
  • Ability to communicate with actors, designers, schools, Art venues, and CRT staff in person, by phone, and via email.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (primarily Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
  • Proficiency in or willingness to learn QLab. 
  • English fluency required. Spanish fluency a plus. 
  • Ability to lift 40lbs.
  • Valid driver’s license. 

 

QUALITIES WE LOOK FOR IN CANDIDATES:

  • Mission – Motivated and inspired by CRT’s mission and vision.
  • Grit - Bring determination and a strong will to the challenges and opportunities of theatre at 9,000ft.
  • Intentionality – Thoughtful and deliberate.
  • Community – Willing and eager to invest in, engage with, and create personal connections with the CRT community, including staff, company, students, patrons, board members, and town of Creede, CO.

 

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this position, submit cover letter and resume HERE. No phone calls, please.

Applications must be received by February 15, 2024 and will be reviewed beginning February 15, 2024 

 

Creede Repertory Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applicants from marginalized communities to apply.

 

About Creede Repertory Theatre

Founded in 1966, Creede Repertory Theatre (CRT) is a professional theatre company located at 9,000 feet in a spectacular location in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. CRT’s award-winning company produces quality productions from May through September. Each season, CRT produces 7-10 plays in rotating repertory, hosts numerous musicals events and concerts, develops new works through the Headwaters New Play Program, and creates nationally recognized educational programs. As part of its values, Creede Repertory Theatre is dedicated to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in every aspect of the company and is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

 

CRT’S COMMITMENT TO EQUITY, DIVERSITY, INCLUSION, AND ACCESS

We want all people to thrive in our Creede theatre community. When they do, we can create theatre of exceptional quality. Over the past several years, we’ve brought a wider variety of perspectives to CRT’s stages. Although there are many forces that profit from dividing us, this extraordinary mountain town gives us an opportunity to come together. CRT is committed to creating a Culture of Belonging for everyone. Whoever you are, wherever you come from, whoever you pray to or vote for, whoever you love, however you look on the outside, whatever abilities or disabilities you hold in your body, we are committed to CRT being a place you call home.

 

CRT is actively developing childcare support. Please inquire about how we can support you and your family needs.

Assistant Technical Director

Reports to: Technical Director, Director of Production
Supervises: Carpenters, Welder, Scenic Charge Artist
Job Type: Seasonal, Non-Exempt
Compensation: Minimum $600.00/wk + OT
Housing: Provided at no cost
Ideal Contract Dates: April 30 through July 28 

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Assist in the preparation of materials, labor, and schedule for the season’s show.

Take charge of different scenic construction projects to ensure accuracy and quality.

Supervise the day-to-day operations of the scenic shop to ensure productivity and safety.

Assist the Technical Director with budgeting, calendar building, drafting, and maintenance of the scenic shop.

Have knowledge and understanding of working drawings/elevations, cut lists, welding, pneumatics, hydraulics, rigging, hand tools, power tools, adhesives, foams, etc. 

Participate in load-in and strike of CRT’s productions as well as assisting in the completions of scenic notes.

Participate in changeovers with a designated changeover team.

Participate in any special company functions or publicity functions required by CRT.

Perform any other reasonable duties as assigned by your supervisor or staff supervisor that should be necessary to meet the needs of CRT and your department.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS & TRANSFERABLE SKILLS

Minimum of three years of carpentry experience, preferably two years of scenic management.

Must have strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.

Proficient in the use of CAD or Vectorworks software.

Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office.

Have strong leadership abilities and be able to lead a diverse team of professionals.

Show enthusiasm to work and create a respectful, inclusive, and fast-paced environment. 

Must be able to lift 50 pounds safely.

 

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this position or any other production position at Creede Repertory Theatre, submit your Cover Letter, References, and Resume HERE.

Applications will be reviewed beginning Feb 1.

Creede Repertory Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applicants from marginalized communities to apply.

** COVID-19 Safety: All artists who perform in-person work are required to provide proof of full vaccination, according to current CDC guidelines, prior to their start date. **

Stage Supervisor

Reports to: Technical Director, Asst. Technical Directors, Director of Production
Supervises: Assistant Stage Supervisor
Job Type: Seasonal, Non-Exempt
Compensation: Minimum $600.00/wk + OT
Housing: Provided at no cost
Ideal Contract Dates: May 14 through September 22

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Perform any assigned run crew tracks for CRT’s productions.

Plan and lead all scenic changeovers.

Work to efficiently complete and retain knowledge of CRT’s complex repertory changes.

As part of the team managed by the stage manager, run all performances as effectively and safely as possible.

Ensure consistency in reproducing technical elements for all performances and changeovers.

Assist in preparing materials, labor, and schedule for the season’s show.

Assist the Technical Director to ensure the safety of actors and production staff on stage during technical rehearsals and performances.

Report any safety or actor concerns to stage management and the Production Manager.

Assist the scene shop with construction and scenic shop needs as required.

Participate in any special company functions or publicity functions required by CRT.

Perform any other reasonable duties as assigned by your supervisor or staff supervisor that should be necessary to meet the needs of CRT and your department.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS & TRANSFERABLE SKILLS

Minimum of three years of carpentry experience, preferably two years of scenic management.

Must have strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.

Show enthusiasm to work and create a respectful, inclusive, and fast-paced environment. 

Must be able to lift 50 pounds safely.

 

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this position or any other production position at Creede Repertory Theatre, submit your Cover Letter, References, and Resume HERE.

Applications will be reviewed beginning Feb 1.

Creede Repertory Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applicants from marginalized communities to apply.

** COVID-19 Safety: All artists who perform in-person work are required to provide proof of full vaccination, according to current CDC guidelines, prior to their start date. **

Props Supervisor

Reports to: Director of Production
Supervises: Props Carpenter, Props Artisan
Job Type: Seasonal, Non-Exempt
Compensation: Minimum $650.00/wk + OT
Housing: Provided at no cost
Ideal Contract Dates: April 30 through September 22

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Work with the Scenic Designer to collaborate on product design and execution.

Research and plan the construction of props, having familiarization with a large variety of building materials and construction techniques including cabinetry, scene painting, hand and machine stitching, soft good construction, upholstery, mold making and casting, floral arranging, paper goods graphics and construction, fine carpentry woodworking and furniture construction, MIG welding, and scenery carpentry.

Create and maintain a props budget throughout the season, working to use inventory and using rentals as needed.

Track and catalog any prop rentals used by CRT and plan their return at the end of their use.

Communicate with stage management and the Technical Director on rehearsal notes and rehearsal props.

Arrange the transportation of rehearsal and show props to and from the location as needed.

Attend all design meetings, production meetings, shop head meetings, designer runs, technical rehearsals, and previews.

Working with the Technical Director, create a productive and safe scenic shop work environment.

Maintain and care for any CRT vehicle assigned to the props department.

Ensure all receipts are kept and coded in both a digital and physical format.

With the Production Manager, submit monthly credit card reconciliations.

Participate in load-in and strike of CRT’s productions as well as assisting in the completion of prop notes and changeover as needed.

Participate in any special company functions or publicity functions required by CRT.

Perform any other reasonable duties as assigned by your supervisor or staff supervisor that should be necessary to meet the needs of CRT and your department.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS & TRANSFERABLE SKILLS

Minimum three years of props experience.

Must have strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.

Can use Microsoft Office and other office software.

Have strong leadership abilities and be able to lead a diverse team of professionals.

Show enthusiasm to work and create a respectful, inclusive, and fast-paced environment.

Must be able to lift 25 pounds safely.

 

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this position or any other production position at Creede Repertory Theatre, submit your Cover Letter, References, and Resume HERE.

Applications will be reviewed beginning Feb 1.

Creede Repertory Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applicants from marginalized communities to apply.

** COVID-19 Safety: All artists who perform in-person work are required to provide proof of full vaccination, according to current CDC guidelines, prior to their start date. **

Wardrobe and Wig Supervisor

Reports to: Director of Production
Supervises: Wardrobe Crew
Job Type: Seasonal, Non-Exempt
Compensation: Minimum $600.00/wk + OT
Housing: Provided at no cost
Ideal Contract Dates: May 14 - September 20

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Ensure that wardrobe staff and other dressers are provided with the necessary information and paperwork to perform their assigned tasks (i.e. washing/drying schedule, costume care data sheets, show checklists… etc)

Supervise and instruct the wardrobe crew in the proper use of laundry machines and wardrobe equipment.

Maintain a clean and organized workspace along with the proper cleaning and maintain all equipment and supplies.

Plan, create and maintain the wardrobe budget for all productions at CRT

Ensure dressing room set-ups and state of actors’ garments are cleaned in compliance with Equity guidelines 

Ensure that all actors are reasonably comfortable in their costumes and communicate any issues to the Costume Shop Manager.

Be present to run the wardrobe department for all scheduled performances or events.

Ensure that all repairs are completed, or that the costume shop is aware of any necessary repair work before the next performance or returning to stock.

Ensure that repairs alter neither the designer’s vision nor the usability or lifespan of the costumes.

Attend all rehearsals where show-ready costume pieces are being worn.

Ensure that show costume plots and quick-change lists are updated promptly.

Ensure the well-being and proper treatment of all wigs used in CRT’s productions.

Attend all design meetings, production meetings, shop head meetings, designer runs, technical rehearsals, and previews.

Participate in load-in and strike of CRT’s productions as well as assisting in the completion of wardrobe notes and changeover.

Participate in changeovers with a designated changeover team.

Participate in any special company functions or publicity functions required by CRT.

Perform any other reasonable duties as assigned by your supervisor or staff supervisor that should be necessary to meet the needs of CRT and your department.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS & TRANSFERABLE SKILLS

Minimum three years of wardrobe experience, minimum two years of wig experience.

Must have strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.

Have the ability to use Microsoft Office and other office software.

Have strong leadership abilities and be able to lead a diverse team of professionals.

Show enthusiasm to work and create a respectful, inclusive, and fast paced environment. 

Must be able to lift 25 pounds safely.

 

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this position or any other production position at Creede Repertory Theatre, submit your Cover Letter, References, and Resume HERE.

Applications will be reviewed beginning Feb 1.

Creede Repertory Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applicants from marginalized communities to apply.

** COVID-19 Safety: All artists who perform in-person work are required to provide proof of full vaccination, according to current CDC guidelines, prior to their start date. **

Wardrobe/Stitcher

Reports to: Wardrobe & Wig Supervisor, Director of Production 
Job Type: Seasonal, Non-Exempt
Pay Type: Minimum $575.00/wk + OT
Housing: Provided at no cost
Ideal Contract Dates: May 14th through September 1 or September 15

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Perform assigned wardrobe crew show tracks in CRT’s repertory season.

Knowledge and understanding of laundry machines and wardrobe equipment and assist in their upkeep and cleaning.

Maintain a clean and organized workspace along with the proper cleaning and maintenance of all equipment and supplies.

Working with the Wardrobe Supervisor to ensure dressing room set-ups and state of actors’ garments are cleaned in compliance with Equity guidelines 

Report any actor concerns to the Wardrobe Supervisor.

Work with the Wardrobe Supervisor to ensure that all repairs and laundry are complete before the next performance or return to stock.

Ensure that show costume plots and quick change lists are updated promptly.

Assist the Wardrobe Supervisor in caring for the well-being of all wigs.

Attend all rehearsals you are called to by the Wardrobe Supervisor.

When hours permit early in the season work as a stitcher in the costume shop.

Participate in load-in and strike of CRT’s productions as well as assisting in the completion of wardrobe notes.

Participate in changeovers with a designated changeover team.

Participate in any special company functions or publicity functions required by CRT.

Perform any other reasonable duties as assigned by your supervisor or staff supervisor that should be necessary to meet the needs of CRT and your department.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS & TRANSFERABLE SKILLS

Minimum three years of wardrobe experience, minimum two years of wig experience.

Must have strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.

Have the ability to use Microsoft Office and other office software.

Show enthusiasm to work and create a respectful, inclusive, and fast-paced environment. 

Must be able to lift 25 pounds safely.

 

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this position or any other production position at Creede Repertory Theatre, submit your Cover Letter, References, and Resume HERE.

Applications will be reviewed beginning Feb 1.

Creede Repertory Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applicants from marginalized communities to apply.

** COVID-19 Safety: All artists who perform in-person work are required to provide proof of full vaccination, according to current CDC guidelines, prior to their start date. **

Sound Supervisor

Reports to: Production Manager
Supervises: Sound Engineer, Light/Sound Swing
Job Type: Seasonal, Non-Exempt
Compensation: Minimum $650.00/wk + OT
Housing: Provided at no cost
Ideal Contract Dates: April 30 through September 20

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Work with Sound Designers and the Director of Production to create a repertory sound plot for both performance spaces.

Work with Sound Designers to solve logical and practical problems that arise in the design and production process.

Work with the Sound Engineer to ensure the proper maintenance of headsets, belt packs, and cabling for all production and monitor systems.

Create, track, and maintain a production budget and work with the Director of Production on any rentals needed.

Create, track, and maintain a production budget and work with the Production Manager.

Ensure all receipts are kept and coded in both a digital and physical format.

With the Production Manager, submit monthly credit card reconciliations.

Work with the Director of Production on any special events that CRT hosts throughout the season.

Track and catalog any sound rentals used by CRT and plan their return at the end of their use.

Communicate with stage management and other shop heads to schedule the use of space.

Knowledge and understanding of the operation of speakers, paging systems, house audio panels, cabling, sound consoles, amplifiers, and audio DSPs. 

Lead and supervise all repairs and maintenance on CRT’s sound equipment. 

Along with the Sound Engineers, mix different CRT productions as needed.

Supervise the hanging, circuiting, and programming of CRT’s sound plots.

Resolve any sound issues or notes that arise during the rehearsal or run of the productions.

Participate in load-in and strike of CRT’s productions as well as assisting in the completions of sound notes.

Participate in changeovers with a designated changeover team.

Attend all design meetings, production meetings, shop head meetings, designer runs, technical rehearsals, and previews.

Participate in any special company functions or publicity functions required by CRT.

Perform any other reasonable duties as assigned by your supervisor or staff supervisor that should be necessary to meet the needs of CRT and your department.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS & TRANSFERABLE SKILLS

Minimum four years of sound experience 

Must have strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.

Have the ability to use Qlab, Audacity, Pro Tools, Reaper, or another personally proffered DAW.

Has Dante level 2 certification

Have the ability to use Microsoft Office and other office software.

Have strong leadership abilities and be able to lead a diverse team of professionals.

Show enthusiasm to work and create a respectful, inclusive, and fast-paced environment. 

Must be able to lift 25 pounds safely.

 

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this position or any other production position at Creede Repertory Theatre, submit your Cover Letter, References, and Resume HERE.

Applications will be reviewed beginning Feb 1.

Creede Repertory Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applicants from marginalized communities to apply.

** COVID-19 Safety: All artists who perform in-person work are required to provide proof of full vaccination, according to current CDC guidelines, prior to their start date. **

Lighting/Sound Swing

Reports to: Lighting Supervisor, Sound Supervisor, Director of Production
Job Type: Seasonal, Non-Exempt
Compensation: Minimum $575.00/wk + OT
Housing: Provided at no cost
Ideal Contract Dates: May 14 through July 28 or September 1 

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work with the Lighting Department to hang, circuit, focus, and program different lighting plots between two performance spaces in CRT’s repertory season. 
  • Serve backstage as A2 during musical productions to properly mic actors and address issues as they arise.
  • Work with the Sound Department during technical rehearsals to program different sound cues or effects.
  • Be able to read, interpret, and organize the light and sound plots to determine the most efficient way to complete lighting installation.
  • Work alongside CRT’s changeover crew to rotate lighting and sound plots and elements between shows as needed.
  • Participate in load-in and strike of CRT’s productions as well as assisting in the completions of lighting and sound notes.
  • Participate in changeovers with a designated changeover team.
  • Participate in any special company functions or publicity functions required by CRT.
  • Perform any other reasonable duties as assigned by your supervisor or staff supervisor that should be necessary to meet the needs of CRT and your department.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS & TRANSFERABLE SKILLS

Minimum two years of experience with lighting and/or sound

Must have experience with LED lighting systems. 

Must have strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.

Show enthusiasm to work and create a respectful, inclusive, and fast-paced environment. 

Must be able to lift 50 pounds safely.

 

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this position or any other production position at Creede Repertory Theatre, submit your Cover Letter, References, and Resume HERE.

Applications will be reviewed beginning Feb 1.

Creede Repertory Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applicants from marginalized communities to apply.

** COVID-19 Safety: All artists who perform in-person work are required to provide proof of full vaccination, according to current CDC guidelines, prior to their start date. **

Electrician

Reports to: Lighting Supervisor, Director of Production
Job Type: Seasonal, Non-Exempt
Compensation: Minimum $575.00/wk + OT
Housing: Provided at no cost
Ideal Contract Dates: May 9 through July 30

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Work with the Lighting Supervisor to hang, circuit, focus, and program different lighting plots between two performance spaces in CRT’s repertory season. 

Work with Lighting Designers during technical rehearsals to program the productions using a wide range of ETC lighting boards and serve as lighting board operator for these productions.

Be able to read, interpret, and organize the light plot to determine the most efficient way to complete the lighting installation.

Work alongside CRT’s changeover crew to rotate lighting plots and elements between shows as needed.

Plan, research, and engineer different practical elements, special effects, and other lighting projects for use in productions.

Assist other departments with the planning and execution of electrical projects as needed.

Participate in load-in and strike of CRT’s productions as well as assisting in the completion of lighting notes and changeover as needed.

Participate in any special company functions or publicity functions required by CRT.

Perform any other reasonable duties as assigned by your supervisor or staff supervisor that should be necessary to meet the needs of CRT and your department.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS & TRANSFERABLE SKILLS

Minimum two years of lighting experience. Must have worked with LED elements before. 

Must have strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.

Show enthusiasm to work and create a respectful, inclusive, and fast-paced environment. 

Must be able to lift 50 pounds safely.

 

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this position or any other production position at Creede Repertory Theatre, submit your Cover Letter, References, and Resume HERE.

Applications will be reviewed beginning Feb 1.

Creede Repertory Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applicants from marginalized communities to apply.

** COVID-19 Safety: All artists who perform in-person work are required to provide proof of full vaccination, according to current CDC guidelines, prior to their start date. **

 

Education Positions:

Childcare Providers

POSITION: Childcare Provider
CONTRACT TYPE: Seasonal, Non-Exempt
COMPENSATION: $575/wk minimum + OT
CONTRACT DATES: Track A; May 6-Sept 15, 2024. Track B; May 15-July 21, 2024.
HOUSING: Provided

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS AND TRANSFERABLE SKILLS:

Experience working with children ages 0-5.

Experience creating schedules.

A background in theatre, education, theatre education, and/or early childhood learning.

A background in preschool and infant childcare a plus.

High level of discretion and confidentiality.

Ability to problem-solve quickly and calmly.

Ability to work both independently and collaboratively.

Ability to lift 50lbs.

Ability to work some nights and weekends.

Ability to communicate with staff, company members, students, and parents in person, by phone, and via email.

Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (primarily Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).

English fluency required.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Support Education Director in the scheduling, supervising, and evaluation of CRT’s childcare program.

Provide or supervise childcare for members of the seasonal and full-time company when needed during rehearsals, performances, shop hours, and/or office hours.

Work with Education Staff to develop and implement age-appropriate programming for young people ages 0-5.

Participate in all company meetings, production meetings, design meetings, special company functions, publicity functions, and/or other meetings or events as required by CRT.

Commit to CRT’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Initiative. Be an active participant in formal trainings and/or communal learning opportunities, as required. Contribute to a respectful and inclusive environment in every aspect of your work.

Adhere to CRT’s community values of Artistry, Grit, Intentionality, and Community.

Participate in safety and emergency response training as required by CRT.

Adhere to, and assist in the enforcement of, CRT’s safety protocols and policies.

Other duties as assigned.

 

HOW TO APPLY:
Please complete an application and provide a resume and cover letter HERE. No phone calls please. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt.

 

Casting:

Submissions for the 2024 Summer Season closed at 4pm MT on January 15th. We are currently reviewing submissions and will reach out if we need to see more.

Submissions for the Young Audience Outreach Tour will open in February.

Note: CRT operates on an LOA ref. LORT-D and offers both union and non-union contracts for our Summer Season. Our Young Audience Outreach Tour is non-union.

 

 

Patron Services:

Please check back in February for 2024 Summer Season openings.

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