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Don't Cry for Me, Margaret Mitchell

Boerne Community Theatre
Audition/Workshop starts on: 05/21/2017 and Runs Through: 05/22/2017
Times: Sunday, May 21 & Monday, May 22 - both at 7pm
Production/Performance Dates: July 14 - 29, 2017
A fast-paced, non-stop look at three men locked in an office, living off bananas and salted peanuts while trying to rewrite the screenplay to Gone With the Wind, a novel that took Margaret Mitchell ten years to write. Funny, irreverent and mostly true. In 1939, David O. Selznick stopped production on the movie Gone With the Wind three weeks into shooting. He hated the script. It had to be rewritten. With the stalled production costing him fifty thousand dollars a day, there was only one writer in Hollywood who could save the day – the legendary Ben Hecht. Selznick, Hecht, and director Victor Fleming camp out in Selznick’s office to do the deed. To their horror they soon discover that Hecht has never read the book and knows nothing about the characters. Only in Hollywood could something destined to turn out so wrong turn out so right.
Characters Needed: David O. Selznick - a crass, high-energy movie producer - mid-thirties

Victor Fleming - a movie director, known as a "man's man", fifty-ish

Ben Hecht - a brilliant screenwriter with a fondness for the grape

Miss Peabody - Selznick's highly efficient secretary, any age

Auditions consist of cold readings from the script.  No headshots or monologue required.  No scheduled appointment time - just come a few minutes prior to 7pm audition to fill out audition form.
Location: 907 E. Blanco Rd., Boerne, Texas, 78006
Our Website: www.boernetheatre.org
Contact/More Information: For more information, contact the director, Keisha McFerrin at keisha@gvtc.com or 210-378-3494

Jekyll & Hyde

Performing Arts San Antonio
Audition/Workshop starts on: 05/25/2017 and Runs Through: 05/29/2017
Times: Call for audition time or submit on-line at performingartssa@gmail.com.
Production/Performance Dates: July 14 thru Jully 30th, Friday and Saturday 8PM and Sun 3PM.
1 minute prepared monologue and 16-32 bar cut of a song. This is a last minute audition so please bring a backing track on your phone or a CD.
Characters Needed: Male - to play 20-40 years, Bari/Tenor
Male - to play 40-60 years, Bari/Tenor
Location: 15705 San Pedro, San Antonio, Texas, 78232
Our Website: www.performingartssa.org
Contact/More Information: 210-557-1187 or email to performingartssa@gmail.com.

Gone Tomorrow

Alamo City Improv
Audition/Workshop starts on: 05/28/2017 and Runs Through: 05/31/2017
Times: Sunday, May 28th from 3 - 5 PM | Wednesday, May 31st 7:30 - 9:30 PM
Production/Performance Dates: July 14ᵀᴴ - August 12ᵀᴴ
Auditions are by appointment only.
SIGN UP: Gone Tomorrow Audition Form

Every new thing has a cost. Sometimes the cost is obvious and sometimes we don’t realize the cost until it’s too late.

Gone Tomorrow explores what happens in a quickly changing world. Innovations can change how we connect with those around us and lead us to places we never thought we’d go. When we embrace the new, we may not be aware of what we give up, and changes can quickly imbed themselves into our lives, before we can appreciate their consequences. Find out what tomorrow might look like, today, and discover what’s Gone Tomorrow.

Every show is fully improvised and will begin with a suggestion from the audience which will be tossed around by the cast to inspire what’s different in the new world that has been created.
Location: 902 NE Interstate 410 Loop, San Antonio, Texas, 78209
Contact/More Information: Auditions will be held at the Alamo City Improv Theater located in the basement of the Magic Time Machine Restaurant. Simply enter the restaurant and find the wooden door next to the bar.


Cthulhu Too: The Stranger in Yellow

Overtime Theater
Audition/Workshop starts on: 06/03/2017 and Runs Through: 06/04/2017

Saturday June 3rd 1:00-4:00pm
Sunday June 4th 2:00-4:00pm
Callbacks - Monday June 5th 7:00-10:00pm

Production/Performance Dates: July 21-August 12
Directed by Edward E. Wise II
Story by Justin Bankston & Edward E. Wise II

Audition will consist of cold readings from the script. Scene 1 available for preview on Facebook page. Headshot and resume not required. Prepared monologues are highly recommended. Please keep them under 1 min. Sides will be provided for cold reads. 

Callbacks - Monday June 5th 7:00-10:00pm

Rehearsals - Beginning approximately June 10th

Performances - July 21st - Aug 12th


Message us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CthulhuTooPlay/

Characters Needed:

EMMA FEREBEE (Mid - Late 20s) - Still sarcastic. Wiser from her previous run-in with the world of the Great Old Ones. She has become obsessed with defending her family from what cosmic horrors await. A capable woman in a world run by men. She has something to prove.

HOLLY HODGE (Early 20s) - A young woman trying to make her way in the world. She’s matured, but has yet to convince the family to take her seriously, perhaps due to her new desire to be an actor. Constantly the butt of her younger brother’s jokes. Often at odds with her cousin, Emma.

SAMUEL EVERETT (50s-60s) - An older man, turned father figure, he’s become the voice of reason stuck between Holly and Emma. A black man in a relationship with a white woman, Margaret, in a time that was unkind a pairing like this.

ROBBIE BELKNAP (Early-Mid 20s) - Holly’s boyfriend. A student studying acting. Likable, but not particularly bright. (NOTE: this actor will also take on the persona of a disagreeable older man for several scenes. Those auditioning for this role will be asked to read selections from the script to show this range.)

PARKER ABBERNATH (Mid 20s-30s) - A theatre producer/playwright. Confident, high energy and a strong personality. It’s unclear if she is to be trusted. (NOTE: this actor will also take on the persona of a disagreeable older man for several scenes. Those auditioning for this role will be asked to read selections from the script to show this range.)

DAVIS HODGE (Early Teens) - Holly’s wisecracking younger brother. He’s become very close to his cousin, Emma. Despite her efforts to protect him from the world of the occult, he’s managed to involve himself in their secret war. He never passes up an opportunity to make jokes at Holly’s expense.

MARGARET HOWARD (30s-50s) - She still feels like an outsider as though she hasn’t yet earned the trust of the family, but she is loved by all and has the biggest heart of the bunch. A white woman in love with a black man she cannot marry.

DAN ASHTON (Late 20s-Mid 30s) - The groundskeeper. His romantic interest in Emma only serves to drive them further apart, making him the target of her frustration. There are parts of his past that he keeps hidden from the rest.

Location: 5409 Bandera Rd.Ste. 205, San Antonio, Texas, 78238
Our Website: www.theovertimetheater.org
Contact/More Information: https://www.facebook.com/CthulhuTooPlay/

Oedipus Rex

Aria Creative Productions & The EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens with www.emilyann.org
Audition/Workshop Date: 06/04/2017
Times: Audition June 4 at 7:00pm to 9:00pm


Callbacks (if needed) will be announcedat a later date
Production/Performance Dates: ONE NIGHT ONLY

August 26, 2017 at 8:00pm

ARIA CREATIVE PRODUCTIONS is looking for a small, strong ensemble of actors (12-14) of all ages, gender identities, and ethnicities to take on the iconic tragedy OEDIPUS REX. This is a Co-Production with the EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens in Wimberley, Texas, and will be presented in their beautiful outdoor Amphitheatre on AUGUST 26, 2017.

The production will be performed in traditional Greek Mask

Period Style Direction will be coordinated by JOSEPH URICK

Actors MUST be available for ALL rehearsals. No conflicts will be permitted. This is a ONE NIGHT ONLY show, and all actors will be paid a small stipend for travel.

Rehearsals - AUGUST 13-24
Tech Rehearsal - AUGUST 25 (at EmilyAnn)
Performance - AUGUST 26 (at EmilyAnn)

Oedipus Rex tells an epic story of the destruction of one man, so his people might live. It unfolds as a murder mystery, a political thriller, and a psychological whodunit. Throughout its mythic story of patricide and incest, Sophocles emphasizes the irony of a man determined to track down, expose, and punish an assassin, who turns out to be himself.

Characters Needed:

The roles of OEDIPUS and KREON are precast.

TEIRESIAS – the blind prophet of the god Apollo
JOCASTA – the wife and mother of Oedipus
MESSENGER – a kind soul who comes with bittersweet news
SHEPHERD – an elderly soul with a dark secret
GUARD – a soldier who has seen too much
KORYPHAOIS – the leader of the chorus, and the conscience of the audience
CHORUS – Greek Citizens suffering from a plague of infertility, seeking salvation from their Hero

Location: 702 Donaldson Ave, SAN ANTONIO, Texas, 78201
Our Website: www.ariacreativeproductions.com/
Contact/More Information: Any Questions, Comments, Conncerns, please contact 917-930-0157

All My Sons

St. Philip's College Theatre with Vincent Hardy
Audition/Workshop Date: 06/06/2017
Times: Tuesday June 6th at 7pm.
Production/Performance Dates: November 10th through November 19th
Sides will be provided
Characters Needed: Joe Keller-60's good natured businessman
Kate Keller-his wife, nervous, delusional
Chris Keller- idealistic, guilty war hero
Ann Deaver-formerly Larry Kellers fiancee, now Chris'
George Deaver-Ann's bitter brother
Dr. Jim Bayliss-neighborhood doctor
Sue Bayliss-Jim's wife, mercenary
Frank Lubey-neighbor, interested in Astrology
Lydia Lubey- now married to Frank but formerly George's gf
Bert-neighborhood kid
Location: 1801 Martin Luther King Drive, San Antonio, Texas, 78203
Our Website: www.alamo.edu/spc/
Contact/More Information: Vincent Hardy
210 214-3116

Doublewide, Texas

The Harlequin
Audition/Workshop starts on: 06/05/2017 and Runs Through: 06/06/2017

Monday, June 5th
& Tuesday, June 6th
Available time slots: 7 pm - 9 pm.
Production/Performance Dates:

August 4th - August 26th
Thursday - Saturday at 8 pm

Please prepare a 1 - 3 minute monologue and expect cold readings from the script.

*Please email robertjolivas@live.com for an audition date/time slot. If unable to attend either date, a private audition date/time may be set up. *
Characters Needed:

Doublewide, Texas by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten

Synopsis:  In this hilarious, fast-paced comedy, the inhabitants of one of the smallest trailer parks in Texas – four doublewides and a shed – are thrown for a loop when they realize the nearby town of Tugaloo is determined to annex them. The comedy escalates to quickly as the trailer park residents attempt to secede from Texas.


Big Ethel Satterwhite – Female, 40s-60s

Georgia Dean Rudd – Female, 30s-40s

Lark Barken – Female, 20s

Norwayne “Baby” Crumpler – Male, 20s – 30s

Haywood Sloggett – Male, 50s-60s

Joveeta Crumpler – Female, 20s – 30s

Caprice Crumpler – Female, 40s – 60s

Lomax Tanner – Male, 20s-40s

Starla Pudney – Female, 40s – 60s

Location: Bldg. 2652 Harney Path, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, 78234-5020
Our Website: www.facebook.com/TheHarlequinSA
Contact/More Information: Please call 210-222-9694 or email robertjolivas@live.com for more information.


Circle Arts Theatre
Audition/Workshop Date: 06/25/2017
Times: Sunday June 25th at 7pm
Production/Performance Dates: September 1-17
Fridays and Saturdays 8pm, Sundays 2pm
Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script as well as music auditions.
For the music audition, please prepare a verse and chorus that best showcases your voice. Accompanist will NOT be present, so please bring a CD or phone/MP3 player to play your background track. 
Please bring resume if applicable.
Characters Needed: Roles exist for:
6-10 males (20s/30s)
4-8 females (20s/30s)
1 male (30s/40s)
1 female (40s/50s)

All roles open.
Location: In Landa Park at 124 Elizabeth Avenue, New Braunfels
Our Website: www.Circleartstheatre.org
Contact/More Information: For additional info or to set up a different audition time, please call 830-620-4848.

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Camp Little Mermaid

New Braunfels Performing Arts
Audition/Workshop starts on: 05/15/2017 and Runs Through: 05/22/2017
Times: Audition slots can be reserved on our website. Hours are 5:30PM-8PM.
Production/Performance Dates: July 28, 29 & 30, 2017
August 4, 5 & 6, 2017
Auditions will be held at our studio at 332 Landa St, New Braunfels
Click here to sign-up
Characters Needed:


Cast Size: Flexible
Cast Type: Children
Dance Requirements: Standard

Character Breakdown

A mermaid and King Triton's youngest daughter. She is obsessed with everything about the human world, and dreams of becoming a part of life above the water. Hardheaded, naive, and emotional, but also kind hearted.
Gender: female
Vocal range top: Gb5
Vocal range bottom: Ab3

Prince Eric
A human monarch who has no interest of taking the crown. A handsome, affable lad with a buoyant, adventurous nature. After Ariel saves his life, he becomes obsessed with finding her and hearing her voice once more.
Gender: male
Vocal range top: G4
Vocal range bottom: B2

Prince Eric's British guardian. Droll, stuffy, and constantly urging Eric towards his royal duties, specifically marriage.
Gender: male
Vocal range top: C4
Vocal range bottom: C3

A fish and smitten with Ariel, his best friend. Rambunctious but cautious, fearful of the dangers that lurk in and above the water.
Gender: male
Vocal range top: G4
Vocal range bottom: A2

A disheveled seagull and expert in human artifacts. Loudmouthed, optimistic, and a bit ignorant, despite his supposed expertise.
Gender: male
Vocal range top: G4
Vocal range bottom: C3

King Triton
King of the Sea and Ariel's father. Beneath his imposing presence and commanding nature lurks a harried single father who will do anything to protect his daughters. The death of his wife has also given him an irrational fear of humans.
Gender: male
Vocal range top: F4
Vocal range bottom: Ab2

A crab and advisor to King Triton. A musical virtuoso who is constantly distraught from keeping after Ariel. Despite his paranoia, he can't bring himself to stand in Ariel's way.
Gender: male
Vocal range top: C5
Vocal range bottom: Bb2

An eel and one of Ursula's lackeys. Oily and spineless, he will say anything you want or need to hear.
Gender: male
Vocal range top: C5
Vocal range bottom: E3

An eel and one of Ursula's lackeys. Oily and spineless, he will say anything you want or need to hear.
Gender: male
Vocal range top: A4
Vocal range bottom: B2

The banished Sea Witch and sister of King Triton. Supposedly spurned at childhood, she will use whatever method necessary to steal the kingdom and claim it as her own. Malevolent, calculating, and deceptive.
Gender: female
Vocal range top: C5
Vocal range bottom: Eb3

Chef Louis
The French palace chef, diabolical and violent. A culinary perfectionist with an affinity for blades, seafood in particular.
Gender: male
Vocal range top: A4
Vocal range bottom: Bb2

Crew Members (Pilot, Sailors); Sea Creatures; Mersisters (Aquata, Andrina, Arista, Atina, Adella, Allana); Gulls; Maids; Chefs; Animals; Princesses
Location: 290 W San Antonio St, New Braunfels, Texas, 78130
Our Website: www.nbperformingarts.com
Contact/More Information: Sign-up for our Summer Camp July 24-August 4 for the opportunity to audition for speaking/singing roles.

Camp Madagascar

New Braunfels Performing Arts
Audition/Workshop starts on: 05/15/2017 and Runs Through: 05/22/2017
Times: Monday-Wednesday 5:30PM-8PM
Production/Performance Dates: June 30, July 1 & 2
Must be registered for Camp June 26-30 to participate in the show. Click here for more details
Characters Needed: Alex
Alex, the lion, is the main attraction at the Central Park Zoo and undoubtedly “The King of New York City.” He’s a fun-loving fella whose devotion to steak is matched only by his devotion to his friends. Cast a great singer and actor but most importantly, someone who has that magnetic quality of a showman.
Gender: male
Vocal range top: Eb5
Vocal range bottom: A3

Marty is a zebra with dreams of exploring beyond the confines of the Central Park Zoo and into the wild. Cast a young man who is a solid singer and actor who also possesses a sweet disposition. You want your audience to root for Marty. He should be a perfect complement to Alex.
Gender: male
Vocal range top: D5
Vocal range bottom: A3

Gloria, the hippopotamus, is a bold young lady with a maternal streak that shines when she’s with her three closest friends: Alex, Marty and Melman. This a great part for a performer who can act, sing and who can serve as the caretaker of the group.
Gender: female
Vocal range top: E5
Vocal range bottom: Eb4

Melman is a kind-hearted giraffe who is a bit of a hypochondriac. He’s always just a little bit nervous, but when it comes down to it, he’ll rise to the situation. Pick a performer who can sing well but more notably, can carve out this comedic part with strong acting choices.
Gender: male
Vocal range top: Db5
Vocal range bottom: E3

The Penguins
The Penguins are a group of birds on a mission: bust out of the zoo and return home to Antarctica. Skipper serves as the captain of the group, giving orders with ease and command. Kowalski is Skipper’s second-in-command and a dutiful one at that. Rico is the brute of the group and can karate chop anything in sight. Private’s primary job in the group is to maintain the cute and fuzzy disguise. Cast these four primary roles with performers who work well together. This is a fun opportunity to cast your youngest performers.
Gender: both

The Zookeepers
The Zookeepers introduce the crowds to all the sights and attractions of the Central Park Zoo. Zookeeper Zelda, Zookeeper Zeke and Zookeeper Zoe are perfect parts for proficient musicians and actors who can express a real excitement and passion for the animals. Zelda has a large solo in the opening, so cast your best singer amongst the Zookeepers in that role.
Gender: both
Vocal range top: G4
Vocal range bottom: B3

Mason is a chimpanzee with a bone to pick: though highly intelligent, his species seems to get a bad reputation for being simpleminded, and he takes that quite personally. This is a great acting role for a performer who can make bold choices from the get-go.
Gender: male

The Lemurs
The Lemurs are a wild band of creatures native to Madagascar trying desperately to avoid being eaten by the cat-like creatures called the Fossa. King Julien is their leader and the perfect part for the comedian of your company who can sing, dance, act and has intuitive comedic timing. Maurice is King Julien’s assistant who is not so welcoming to Madagascar’s new inhabitants. This part is perfect for an actor who can convey distrust and disinterest while still being a powerful second-in-command to King Julien. Mort is the littlest of the Lemurs, who can barely speak. Find a young, small, sweet performer who possesses a sense of comedy. Lynn, Lew, Lee and Lars are fun smaller roles for young actors with bold personalities.
Gender: both
Vocal range top: B4
Vocal range bottom: A3

The Foosa
The Fossa are cat-like predators with an appetite for Lemurs! The Fossa Leader is the biggest and baddest of the Fossa and is feared by most of the creatures in Madagascar. Cast an actor who has a great imagination for creating a larger-than-life creature who can strike fear with one look. For the rest of Fossa, choose an ensemble that can create a dominating pack of predators.
Gender: both

Servers #1, #2 and #3 are imagined servers in Alex’s dream when he starts to desire meat desperately! Cast three performers who can both dance and sing well and work as a unit well together.
Gender: both
Vocal range top: D5
Vocal range bottom: D4

The Lionesses
The Lionesses are a group of lady lions and Alex’s background singers and dancers. These are great featured roles for dancers.
Gender: female

Camaraman, Candy Hammernose, Passerby, Old Lady, Police Officer #1 and #2, Animal Control Officers, Newspaper Man and Ship's Captain are all great cameo roles with speaking lines. Remember! No role is too small, and each one serves to create the larger picture of the world of Madagascar JR., so cast a colorful group of characters in these fun roles.
Gender: both

New Yorkers and Animals
The New Yorkers and Animals are two separate ensemble groups that are essential for setting up the world of the Central Park Zoo. Remind these groups to be bold, specific and full of energy to kick off the show with a bang!
Gender: both
Location: 332 Landa St, New Braunfels, Texas, 78130
Our Website: www.nbperformingarts.com
Contact/More Information: sherry@nbperformingarts.com

Improv 101 | The Fundamentals

Alamo City Improv
Audition/Workshop Date: 05/30/2017
Times: 8-Week Course - meeting once a week
Tuesdays from 7:00 PM ‒ 10:00 PM
Culminates in a graduation show at the Alamo City Improv Theater.
Production/Performance Dates: Class runs from May 30th - July 25th.
Live presently. Connect authentically. Improv is a uniquely immersive and immediate art form. It's theatre; written, directed, and acted in the moment without planning or preparation. It's also highly approachable! With the right training, anyone can learn the tools that empower improvisers to quiet the mind, listen attentively, and respond honestly.

Improvisational theatre training builds communication skills, practices meaningful connection and provides tools for acting that is authentic and alive. Accessible to absolute beginners. Challenging to experienced performers. This course will introduce you to our "honest" style of performance and prepare you to:

--- Get scenes started grounded with a strong foundation.
--- Connect with fellow actors.
--- Play intelligently.
--- Make choices without fear.
--- Get out of your head and have fun!
Location: 1113 E Houston St, San Antonio, Texas, 78205
Contact/More Information: Classes will be held at Alamo City Studios. If you have questions or would like a payment plan, contact us at alamocityimprov@gmail.com.


Roxie Theatre Company
Audition/Workshop starts on: 05/25/2017 and Runs Through: 06/17/2017

Audition are private auditions only.

To set up audition email: jonathan@roxietheatreteam.com



Youth at The Roxie starts on June 17 (2017)!

We are looking for 20 fabulous students to join us.

Only 20 students per workshop!

6 Week Workshop Begins June 17 (2017)!

Three Classes Per Week

*Tuesday, Thursday 4:30pm to 6pm

*Saturday 9:00am to 12 Noon

Each student will be given a tote bag, binder with curriculum, notes, exercises, Youth at The Roxie T-Shirt, and certificate of participation.

A Theatrical Showcase will feature everything we learned during class in a one night fabulous experience for a live audience.


                                $595 (six weeks)

**Classes Taught by

Jonathan Pennington

Location: 7460 Callaghan Rd., Ste 333, San Antonio, Texas, 78229
Contact/More Information:

Audition are private auditions only.

To set up audition email: jonathan@roxietheatreteam.com

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Run Crew

The Magik Theatre
Audition/Workshop starts on: 10/17/2016 and Runs Through: 08/13/2017
Times: Varies depending on show dates.
Production/Performance Dates:

Roxaboxen | January 13-February 19, 2017
The Three Javelinas | March 3-April 9, 2017
The Emperor’s New Threads | April 21-June 3, 2017
Junie B. Jones, the Musical | June 17-August 13, 2017


SUMMARY DESCRIPTION:  The Run Crew work as a team under the guidance and direction of the Stage Manager to support a high-level of production values for Magik productions.


  • Preparing the lobby and theatre for performance, making sure it’s clean and the correct signage is displayed
  • Assisting Stage Manager with pre-setting of props, set pieces, etc.
  • Seating school groups and individual patrons
  • “Running” the show as a light board operator, sound board operator, deck crew, or wardrobe assistant
  • Assisting with cleaning theatre and lobby post-performance
  • Putting away any set pieces or props that need to be stored
  • Doing show laundry when needed

PAY: $25 per-show 

TO APPLY: Please send your resume and a cover letter with three references to info@magiktheatre.org

Location: 420 South Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas, 78205
Our Website: www.magiktheatre.org
Contact/More Information: TO APPLY: Please send your resume and a cover letter with three references to info@magiktheatre.org.

Stage Managers

The Magik Theatre
Audition/Workshop starts on: 10/17/2016 and Runs Through: 08/13/2017
Times: Varies based on show.
Production/Performance Dates:

Roxaboxen | January 13-February 19, 2017
The Three Javelinas | March 3-April 9, 2017
The Emperor’s New Threads | April 21-June 3, 2017
Junie B. Jones, the Musical | June 17-August 13, 2017


SUMMARY DESCRIPTION:  Stage Manager are responsible for ensuring productions are completed according to directors’ wishes, in time for the first performance and maintained throughout the run in accordance with industry best practices and Magik policies and procedures. They are also the principal organizer and communicator between artistic staff, production teams, front of house staff, and administrative staff for their assigned production.


  • Scheduling and running rehearsals
  • Recording blocking
  • Tracking necessary design changes
  • Sending out rehearsal and performance reports to production team, directors, and administrative staff
  • Ensuring all staff are notified of changes to rehearsal and/or performance schedules.
  • Ensuring actors and production team have copies of scripts and other rehearsal materials including rehearsal discs for music, reference videos, and production research.
  • Maintaining the Director’s vision throughout the production, reporting issues to the Director and Managing Artistic Director, giving actor and crew notes, and scheduling and running pick-up rehearsals
  • Creating master cue sheets for lights, sound, scene changes, backstage crew etc.
  • Calling light and/or sound cues
  • Running light board for performances
  • Ensuring Actors have sufficient microphone batteries and tape
  • Spiking the stage for set pieces or props
  • Running technical rehearsals
  • Creating props lists and procuring facsimile props for rehearsals
  • Overseeing the setting of props for each performance
  • Managing running crew and actors
  • Securing and training backup running crew personnel
  • Rehearsing understudies and scheduling/running put-in rehearsals
  • Maintaining and updating contact lists as needed for each production
  • Coordinating any space needs with rental clients
  • Coordinating any space needs for Magik Touring Company with Tour Manager
  • Coordinating any space needs for the education department
  • Maintaining a good working knowledge of all relevant health and safety legislation to ensure the safety of the production team and actors
  • Maintaining a good working knowledge of Magik’s Code of Conduct, and executing the policies within it
  • Performing other duties as assigned by Managing Artistic Director


  • BFA in Stage Management, Technical Theatre, or Theatre Management, or five years’ experience.

 Pay: $35/rehearsal, $45/performance 

Location: 420 South Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas, 78205
Our Website: www.magiktheatre.org
Contact/More Information: TO APPLY: Please send your resume and a cover letter with three references to info@magiktheatre.org.

Director of Audience Services

The Magik Theatre
Audition/Workshop starts on: 10/17/2016 and Runs Through: 08/13/2017
Times: Full time, hours vary.

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION:  The Director of Audience Services is responsible for all customer service and sales including subscription, single ticket, group sales, tour sales, sales and registration for all camps and classes, special events, and birthday parties. Director is responsible for training and managing all box office and front of house staff as well as recruiting and coordinating voluntees. The Director of Audience Services must be expert at using ticketing software such as Tessitura, Total Info, or Altru. He/she is responsible for accounting of all sales transactions and ensuring the security of money exchanged. 


  • Manages ticketing database system, including administration of system, set-up of all events, training staff, creating revenue and attendance reports, and exporting data for all departments based on needed criteria
  • Tracks and monitors ticket sales trends/subscription trends in order to plan effective strategies for future subscription and sales campaigns
  • Develops and oversees customer sales path, ensuring that all incoming customers, whether walk-ups, calls, emails, or online sales, are served promptly and professionally
  • Oversees all areas of sales and customer service, including the creation of box office, sales, and front of house procedures and the training and managing of box office and front of house staff
  • Oversees concession and merchandise operations, including the ordering and procurement of supplies, tracking inventory, the handling of cash, and reporting of revenue.
  • Develops, maintains, and tracks departmental budget
  • Submits Magik performance and production information for ATAC awards and facilitates judge scheduling and ticketing
  • Schedules and contracts special audience services, including Sensory Friendly, ASL Interpretation and Audio Description
  • Oversees group sales, birthday party bookings, and tour reservations
  • Manages the supply of programs for performances.
  • Processes gift certificates, both paid and donate
  • Develops, promotes, and maintains volunteer opportunities within organization, including an intake and interview protocol for potential volunteers. Orients and trains volunteers. Maintains volunteer database


  • Five years’ experience in audience services
  • Experience in database management (Tessitura, Total Info, or Blackbaud’s Altru a plus)
  • Great customer service and managerial skills
  • Weekend availability

PAY: $32,000-$42,000 per year, based on experience.

Location: 420 South Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas, 78205
Our Website: www.magiktheatre.org
Contact/More Information: TO APPLY: Please send your resume and a cover letter with three references to info@magiktheatre.org.


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