If you are interested in one of the open positions at TheatreWorks listed below, please send the hiring manager a copy of your current résumé along with a cover letter telling us why you believe you are the best candidate for the job. Please also include your salary history and your realistic salary expectations.

TheatreWorks offers a generous benefits package including employer-paid health insurance; a 403(b) retirement plan; paid vacation; holidays; personal and sick days; season tickets to TheatreWorks; friends and family discounts; and a creative, energetic environment.


TheatreWorks is an equal opportunity employer, and committed to a diverse workforce.


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TheatreWorks Silicon Valley is seeking an ambitious candidate with an interest in pursuing a career in theatre production or artistic management for a full-time position assisting members of the TheatreWorks Artistic Staff: the Casting Director, the Company Manager, the Director of New Works, and for selected projects, the Artistic Director.


The FutureWorks Fellowship is a two-year position (renewable) which provides wide-ranging exposure to the details of producing shows at a professional theatre.  This is a full-time position, with benefits, requiring some weekend and evening duties, working primarily from our offices in Redwood City, CA.


Useful skills include experience with Word, Excel, and Access, strong writing skills, attention to detail both on-the-fly and on numerous charts and lists, a clean driving record and a reliable car, an engaging phone personality, and an unfailingly patient, friendly manner when dealing with visiting artists at odd hours of the day.


Start date: Late January 2018

For further details: email Jessia Hoffman,

To apply:  Please send a cover letter outlining your current and future interests in theatre, your work resume and your theatre resume to Jessia Hoffman, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, at either or 350 Twin Dolphin Drive, Suite 127, Redwood City, CA 94065.




Position Overview:

TheatreWorks seeks a sound supervisor for a part time staff position.  TheatreWorks produces an eight show mainstage season at two venues, the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts (five productions) and the Lucie Stern Theatre in Palo Alto (three productions).  We also produce an annual New Works Festival and a touring production for schools.

The sound supervisor is responsible for the load in and strike of all TheatreWorks productions, supervising sound overhire, planning the proper installation of submitted designs, managing inventory, and assisting the designer with any notes during the tech and preview process.  The sound supervisor is also responsible for the design and implementation of sound for the company’s educational tour and various special events and fundraisers.

Qualified applicants will have strong organizational skills, safe working practices, comprehensive knowledge of audio reinforcement, experience with Yahmaha digital mixing consoles, Qlab playback software, and basic overhead rigging.  Must be able to lift 65lbs and comfortable with manual labor.  A valid California Driver’s License and experience operating vehicles up to 24’ box trucks preferable.  EOE, pay DOE. 

To Apply:

Interested parties should send résumés and references to David Milligan, Production Manager, at  No telephone calls please. 



TheatreWorks is seeking a sound engineer for our upcoming musical, THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY, performing at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts. Dates are Thursday, March 29 through Sunday, April 29, and pay is hourly. If interested, please contact Karen Szpaller at mai



TheatreWorks’ Education Department is currently accepting resumes for Teaching Artists for year-round work. Ideal candidates are strong Teaching Artists with:

  • A college degree in Theatre or other significant experiences and training
  • Experience working with children and/or teens
  • Daytime weekday availability
  • A valid driver's license and car
  • Specialty in acting, playwriting, musical theater, clowning, storytelling, etc.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: 



At TheatreWorks, guest artists find a professional, supportive environment and appreciative audiences for their best work. We are always interested in learning about directors, musical directors, and choreographers with distinguished records of achievement.

Please send or email your résumé (in pdf format, please) to:
Robert Kelley, Artistic Director
P.O. Box 50458
Palo Alto, CA 94303 



 We hire scenic and costume designers for many of our shows. Although we have Equity stage managers and resident lighting and sound designers on staff, we have occasional opportunities for additional professionals in those areas. To supplement the efforts of our on-staff shop, craft, and production professionals, TheatreWorks often hires contractors, from carpenters and painters to property fabricators, costumers, electricians, and other theatre craftspeople. Shop and craft specialists construct and install all scenic elements, help maintain shop and rehearsal facilities, and assist in striking and recycling scenic materials. Successful candidates will have experience in professional shop practices, woodworking, and steel fabrication, with proficiency in common theatrical construction techniques.

Scenic, costume, lighting, and sound designers, stage managers, and production, shop, and craft specialists are invited to send or email their résumés (in pdf format, please) to:
David Milligan, Production Manager
P.O. Box 50458
Palo Alto, CA 94303

Interested stagehands should send or email their résumés (in pdf format, please) to:
Karen Szpaller, Production Coordinator
P.O. Box 50458
Palo Alto, CA 94303