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 motivated and experienced professional in educational theatre. The Education Fellow will support the Playwright Mentoring Project (PMP) as a peer mentor. Fellow will also support KidsAct! programs as a teaching artist. Successful candidate must have experience directing, and devising with children and teens. Improvisational training and applied theatre also desired. Experience working with diverse youth populations. College degree (BA/BFA) required. Pursuing or just completed an MA in Educational Theatre or Applied Theatre preferred. Position begins in late September and finishes April 4, 2020. Position includes stipend and housing. Send resume with cover letter and 3 references to bscjobs@barringtonstageco.org.

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


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.


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”).


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.