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Purdue University Department of Theatre is seeking a graduate assistant in set design:

A 3-year MFA degree program, with the opportunity to design four or five major productions during residency. We also offer the opportunity to teach an entry level design course, and lead laboratories in the paint and properties shops. The student would be offered a .50 FTE teaching assistantship with full tuition waiver, either in-state or out-of state. In addition, a stipend of approximately $13,750 is awarded in support of the graduate student. [This will likely increase slightly for the upcoming academic year.] The assistantship requirement is for 20 hours of labor service per week in the paint/prop shop. Production design assignment in the first season will be for either Shakespeare’s Macbeth, or a world premiere of Good Kids, by Naomi Iizuka. Contact Rusty Jones,

Woodstock Opera House is seeking a Production Manager:

Download the announcement: WOH Production Manager

The Theatre School at DePaul University for an Assistant/Associate Professor and Head of Costume Technology program, beginning Fall of 2014

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Indiana University for an Assistant/Associate Professor of Lighting Design, beginning Fall of 2014

For more information contact Paul Brunner at, or view the description here.


Marquette University for an Acting Faculty member, tenure track, beginning fall of 2014

For more information contact Debra Krajec at

Or view the description Here.


Theatre Technician (1)

Quick Facts:

Organization: DePaul University, The Theatre School

Location:Chicago, IL


Job Type:Full Time

Salary Type & Rate:Negotiable

Summary:The Theatre Technician (1), as member of the Theatre School Production staff, will assist in the supervision of student task crews and will be assigned specific project work on each production.  The Theatre Technician’s work will function as a model for students, exemplifying expected standards for professionalism, quality and safety.

Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts or equivalent.Ability to work varied schedule.Theatrical construction skills and knowledge of computer applications including, but not limited to, CAD, computer databases, lighting programming and audio software.Candidate should have effective written and verbal communication skills, valid driver’s license and good driving record.

Applications must be completed online at reference job number [16609].