Working at Actors Theatre of Louisville
We invite applicants for the following positions to join us in supporting our vision to build a home for inspired collaboration that helps to shape the future of the American theatre. Actors Theatre is committed to recruiting and fostering a diverse community of staff and students. Individuals from traditionally under-represented groups are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE
Swing Lighting Technician (Seasonal)
An integral part of a team of theatre electricians, the Swing Lighting Technician’s primary responsibility is assisting in the load-in, maintenance, and operation of theatrical lighting and atmospheric equipment for all productions and events produced at or by Actors Theatre. Further, the Swing Lighting Technician programs and operates the console for all productions and events in the Victor Jory Theatre and is responsible for the upkeep and stocking of all equipment and expendables in that venue as per established policies.
More information on the Swing Lighting Technician (Seasonal) position.
Properties Artisan (Seasonal)
The Properties Artisan is an entry level position that is responsible for completing projects having to do with the construction, restoration, or modification of furniture, set dressing, and hand props using a variety of materials and methods.
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Associate Properties “Props” Master (Seasonal)
Serves as Props Master for Dracula and other productions throughout the season. This position assists the Properties Director in supervising the department and other responsibilities are outlined below.
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Professional Training Company Apprenticeships
Actors Theatre’s distinguished training program offers a variety of professional apprenticeships in acting, artistic, production, and administrative departments. Full-time season apprenticeships offer in-depth, hands-on experience, and are ideal for college graduates seeking transition from academia to the professional theatre or for individuals considering a career change.
More information on the Professional Training Company.