Thank you for your interest in Taproot Theatre! We are currently accepting applications for the positions linked below. To apply, please follow the specific instructions within each PDF.

New! Education & Outreach Manager – This position is responsible for the oversite, planning, and management of all Education and Outreach programs (E&O), including the artistic, educational, and fiscal health of the department.

New! Education & Outreach Associate This position supports the administration and operations of all Taproot touring and educational programs, including scheduling, actor support, and client communications.

Box Office Representative This position handles ticket sales, maintains the constituent database, distributes will call tickets, helps with seating or ticketing issues, and is on the ‘front line’ of contact with Taproot Theatre’s patrons.

Facilities Associate As a member of the facilities team, the Facilities Associate works before scheduled events and performances to ensure an attractive, sanitary, and safe environment for patrons, performers, visitors, and staff of Taproot. They will perform a variety of cleaning tasks to prep both the Kendall Center and Jewell Mainstage Theater for scheduled activities.

House Manager/Concessions Bartender This position oversees the front of house during performances. They are responsible for handling any issues that might arise with patrons before, during and after a performance, including but not limited to the following areas: seating, concessions, box office, maintenance issues, etc.

Teaching Artist This position may craft theatrebased curriculum and provide professional instruction for
Acting Studio classes and camps throughout the year. Classes may include comedy, acting, musical theatre,
creative dramatics, and more. Specific assignments dependent on expertise, availability, and program schedules.

 

Please check back. Positions will be posted as they become available.


Equity & Inclusion: Taproot Theatre is working to become an anti-racist organization which prioritizes
accessibility, transparent communication, and humanity to foster a space of belonging for all. As part of this work, employees will participate in regular trainings and discussions and be asked to support anti-racism and accessibility initiatives and policy changes, as part of their scope of work. To that end, Taproot Theatre seeks employees who demonstrate initiative to expand their own learning and competency within these areas in order to meaningfully participate in dismantling institutional racism, bias, and other systems of oppression which permeate our industry.

Faith Statement: Taproot Theatre Company is incorporated as both a non-profit theatre and a religious organization. Our organization operates outside of church oversight and across denominations. Staff at or above the director level are asked to confirm their Christian faith, and at present, permanent Taproot staff at all levels are invited, but not required, to participate in corporate prayer and many, but not all, self-identify as Christians. Seasonal workers and guest artists may choose not to participate in these customs and represent a diversity of backgrounds and faith traditions.

Public Health: Taproot Theatre Company requires every employee, volunteer, and contractor to present proof of vaccination against COVID-19. Proof of vaccination can be vaccine card (copy or photo accepted), WA state immunization printout, or verified medical record printout from medical provider.