FULL TIME & SEASONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Join Barrington Stage Company, an award-winning professional theatre in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts! Employment dates vary. All positions include competitive salary and housing. BSC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Barrington Stage Company, an award-winning professional theatre in Pittsfield, MA, is seeking a highly organized and detail-oriented coordinator for the Education Department. The Education Coordinator will serve as the third member of the year-round team, handling administrative tasks and supporting our educational programs. Seeking individual with experience in educational theatre and theatrical training. Preference for an individual skilled in improvisation and devising with experience teaching diverse populations. Seeking person with 2 years’ experience in educational theatre.

College degree (BA/BFA) required.

This full-time position begins immediately. Send resume with cover letter and 3 references to edjobs@barringtonstageco.org.

Barrington Stage Company, an award-winning professional theatre in Pittsfield, MA, seeks a Stage Manager for their 2019 Musical Theatre Conservatory (MTC). The ideal candidate would be a recent college graduate or an upper-level college student with significant stage management experience. The MTC is a pre-professional training program for 18 performers and 2 directors. The SM would work with the MTC Director, BSC directors and stage managers to coordinate the class, rehearsal and performance schedule. They would also stage manage directing projects and the final cabaret showcase. The position is full-time from Sunday, June 30 until Sunday, August 4. Both morning and evening hours would be expected on a flexible schedule. Please contact mdowling@barringtonstageco.org.

Barrington Stage Company, an award-winning regional theatre in western MA, seeks an AEA Stage Manager for Time Flies and Other Comedies, six one-act plays by David Ives. Ideal candidates will have at least 5 years minimum experience as an AEA Stage Manager with the ability to think on their feet and use good judgement to make decisions. Strong leadership and communication skills are required along with the ability to work well with a variety of personalities. The ability to pay attention to details and handle stressful situations while keeping track of multiple responsibilities is also necessary. Must be able to problem solve and anticipate problems before they happen. A thorough knowledge of the theatrical production process is required. Previous experience with SPT (tier 8) is a plus. First rehearsal June 11 and closing on July 27. To apply, send cover letter, resume and 3 references (as one PDF file) to bhuldeen@barringtonstageco.org and include “Stage Manager” in the subject line. BSC is an EOE.

Barrington Stage Company, an award-winning professional theatre in Pittsfield, MA, is hiring a Community Engagement Fellow. The fellow will be Barrington Stage Company’s chief liaison with community leaders, businesses, churches, neighborhood councils and social service agencies in the Pittsfield community, and when possible, North Adams. The fellow will identify needs in the community that are not being served, work with community stakeholders and represent BSC at meetings and events. In conjunction with the BSC staff, the fellow will develop strategies in which BSC and the community can work more closely together.

Required Experience

  • Experience working in Community Outreach Programs
  • Excellent communication (both verbal and written), interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Willingness to work evenings and weekends as needed
  • Interest in the performing arts
  • Experience facilitating and organizing events
  • Passion for social justice issues and community outreach
  • Driver’s license and car
  • Verbal proficiency in Spanish a plus

Community engagement fellowship serves during the summer of 2019, with the possibility of leading to a full-time position.

To apply, please submit cover letter and resume to joleary@barringtonstageco.org.

Barrington Stage Company, an award-winning regional theatre in western MA, is seeking an Artistic/Literary Intern for the 2019 season.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Assist Artistic Producer and Line Producer on all Mainstage and Second Stage shows; which includes attending meetings, show coverage, communicating with design teams, arranging production needs
  • Assist Line Producer and eventually lead the producing of the Cabaret series, which includes arranging needs and schedule for talent and coordinating with production departments
  • Scout for and read play submissions
  • Research articles and videos to share with patrons in preparation to attend productions
  • Attend rehearsals and performances with the Artistic Team
  • Maintain literary database
  • Line Produce the Youth Theatre Production, MTC Performances and other presentations as discussed
  • Act as Host/ess and talent liaison for all Cabaret performances

Qualifications Qualifications

  • The Artistic/Literary intern is an advanced internship position and we ask that candidates be at least 20 years old, in their final year of undergrad, already graduated, or currently in grad school
  • Experience in script analysis required

Reports to the Artistic Producer

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Learn more about BSC Internships by visiting our Professional Internship page.

Barrington Stage Company, an award-winning regional theatre in western MA, seeks 3 scenic carpenters for its 8-show summer season plus fall show. Strong wood and metal construction skills required, rigging experience a plus. Must be comfortable working at heights, spending extended time standing and/or moving and must be able to lift 75lbs. Vehicle recommended. Position includes competitive salary and housing. To apply, send cover letter, resume and 3 references (as one PDF file) to jmartin@barringtonstageco.org or mail to BSC, 122 North Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201. BSC is an EOE.

Barrington Stage Company, an award-winning regional theatre in western MA, seeks an Electrician/Board Operator for its 8-show summer season. Responsible for running mainstage shows, supervising hang and focus calls and show maintenance. Experience with ETC EOS required. Moving light experience a plus. Vehicle recommended. Position includes competitive salary and housing. For more information visit our website at www.barringtonstageco.org. To apply, send cover letter, resume and 3 references (as one PDF file) to BSCjobs@barringtonstageco.org or mail to BSC, 122 North Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201. BSC is an EOE.

For information on our Professional Internship Program, please click here.

CASTING

All casting for BSC productions is handled by Pat McCorkle Casting (www.mccorklecasting.com) out of New York City. Please refer to their website for casting notices.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

The purpose of the Equal Employment Opportunity Policy is to ensure equal opportunity in the conduct of all Barrington Stage Company business activities.

In addition, BSC business decisions shall be made without regard to the following: race, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, age, disability, U.S. veteran status, or sexual orientation.

It is the policy of BSC to provide an atmosphere free of:

  • Religious bias.
  • Harassment on the basis of a person’s national origin.
  • Discrimination against any employee or applicant because he/she is a disabled veteran.
  • Discrimination against any employee or applicant as a result of their physical disability in accordance with all applicable provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”).

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT

The Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) is intended to protect qualified individuals with disabilities against discrimination in employment and in the provision of services to the public.  BSC is committed to compliance with the ADA and will engage in the interactive process with the candidate or employee to determine whether a reasonable accommodation can be found as soon as it is put on notice of the potential need for an accommodation.  All employees are strictly prohibited from discriminating against qualified applicants or employees with actual or perceived disabilities, or patrons with actual or perceived disabilities.  All requests for accommodation should be made in writing and directed to the Managing Director.