Auburn Avenue Theater seeks production crew

Paid positions offered in specializes stage areas

  • Monday, November 5, 2018 8:34am
  • Life

The Auburn Community Players offers seven production opportunities a year, including four main stage productions, a teen musical and two junior theater camps. The group is looking to develop a roster of talented theater professionals.

If you have experience in directing, music directing, choreography, stage managing, costume designing, set building and/or design and scenic painting and want to be a part of the production team, please contact the Auburn Community Players.

The positions are paid and contracted through the City of Auburn.

Send in your resume and cover letter to arts@auburnwa.gov, and tell us why you think you would be a good fit with the Auburn Community Players.

Past productions of the Auburn Community Players include “Annie”, “James & The Giant Peach Jr.”, “The Addams Family”, “Footloose”, “Alice in Wonderland Jr.”, “Mary Poppins”, “Hairspray”, “Scrooge”, “Shrek” and others.

Auburn Community Players and Jr. Players productions typically have a cast of 20-30 talented individuals. Junior productions occur twice a year around spring break and summer.

For more information, visit auburnwa.gov/arts or call 253-931-3043.

The City of Auburn operates the theater, 10 Auburn Ave.

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