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 can call home.
To see our full EDI Statement, Commitments, and Updates, click here.
CRT is actively developing childcare support. 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.
All artists who perform in-person work will be required to adhere to CRT's COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols, which are subject to change / update as required by government mandates and/or AEA requirements. A copy of the most up-to-date requirements will be provided at the time of contract.
All artists who perform in-person work for CRT’s 2022 Summer Season are required to provide proof of full vaccination, which shall include Booster, prior to their start date.
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
There are no Full Time Staff positions available at this time.
All musician positions have been filled for 2022. Thanks to all who applied!
Reports to: Dir. of Production
Supervises: Sound Engineer(s)
Job Type: Seasonal, Full Time, Non-Exempt
Pay Type: $575/wk (OT after 40hrs/wk @ $21.56/hr)
Housing: Provided at no cost
Ideal Contract Dates: May 3rd - September 18th
Essential Duties and 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 logic and practical problems that arise in the design and production process.
Work with Sound Engineer to ensure the proper maintaining of headsets, belts packs, and cabling for all productions and monitors systems.
Create, track and maintain a production budget and work with the Director of Production on any rentals needed.
Work with Director of Production on any special events that CRT host 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 the operation of speakers, paging systems, house audio panels, cabling, sound consoles, amplifiers, and audio DSP’s.
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.
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.
Qualifications, Experience and Skills
Hands on professional sound experience required.
Have the ability to use Qlab, Audacity, Pro Tools, Reaper and any sound or mixing software.
Have gone through Dante network training through level two.
Must have strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills.
Proficient in the use of 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 25lbs safely.
How to Apply
To apply for this position, submit a cover letter and resume HERE. No phone calls, please.
Applications will be reviewed as they are received.
Casting & Auditions:
All casting positions have been filled for 2022. Thanks to all who applied!
2022 Education Positions:
Submissions are closed for 2022 Education positions. Thank you to all who applied!
2022 Patron Services / Front of House Positions:
Submissions are now closed for 2022. Thank you to all who applied!
2022 Design Positions:
Applications are closed for 2022 Design positions. Please check back next year!