WORK FOR PVTC
Located in the midst of beautiful redwood forest 40 minutes south of San Francisco, PVTC boasts a robust Children’s & Youth Conservatory as well as an intimate MainStage experience. We are always on the hunt for excellent artists who value quality, education, collaboration, and community. Whether you are a designer, director, choreographer, stage manager, teaching artist, or have another area of expertise, we would love to hear from you!
Still in high school? Check out our internship program.
POSITIONS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
We pride ourselves in producing high quality shows while also teaching students about the collaborative aspects of theatre and working as an ensemble to reach our goals.
Interested parties should submit a cover letter and resume to PVTC. The letter should outline how their goals as artist align with PVTC’s philosophy, state their area(s) of interest for staff positions, and illuminate relevant experience listed on their resume. Letters and resumes should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
AVAILABLE SUMMER & ON GOING MAINSTAGE POSITIONS
Available shows: Various
Type of work: Various
Competitive compensation is offered, but we unfortunately do not have housing.
Expectations: PVTC is always looking for passionate designers to collaborate closely with the director and other members of the design team to create a cohesive and functional design concept for each camp in the show. Camp designers often spend their days working directly with campers and interns to execute their visions, and working through tech to ensure their design area is ready for opening. Additionally, designers oversee projects engaging students in hands-on co-curricular projects that might appear in a lobby display, be used on stage, or help further a student’s understanding of the story through a variety of mediums. Whether you are looking for full or part-time work, consider PVTC for your summer projects.
Ideal candidates will have experience in their area(s) of interest, have a passion for creating theatre with youth, and bring a collaborative spirit to the process.
We consider applicants with MFAs, BAs, those still working towards a degree in theatre, and those who have dedicated a significant portion of their careers to theatre arts.