Work at Actors Theatre

Who We Are

A Brave Space

We seek to create a truly brave space where diverse identities, ideas, cultures, and opinions are cultivated. We are committed to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in all areas of its work, including its productions, casting, recruitment of staff and  apprentices.

All Are Welcome

We strongly encourage applications from women, persons of color, LGBTQ individuals and others who demonstrate a commitment to equity and social justice.

Current Openings

Audience Service Associate (Part-time)

The Audience Services Associate staffs Coat Check, checking coats and other items for
patrons, while providing customer service to patrons, volunteers and staff.

Building Services Lead (Part-time)

The Building Services Lead (part-time/evening shift) is responsible for being the direct onsite contact to effectively ensure all facility standards, daily cleaning procedures, specialty cleaning, support services for events, and maintaining the overall appearance of the Actors Theatre’ facilities.

Chief Development Officer

This position leads strategy development and supervises the planning, implementation, and evaluation of all fundraising programs, including special events, to raise $4.6+ million in annual contributed income through individual, corporate, foundation, and government support.

Properties Artisan (Overhire)

This position is responsible for completing projects having to do with the construction, restoration, or modification of furniture, set dressing, and hand props built of wood, steel, or other materials.

Scenic Artist (Overhire)

This position assists the Scenic Charge Artist on the carving, texturing,painting and finishing of scenery for the Humana Festival of New American Plays.

Teaching Artist

This position plays a key role in helping Actors Theatre provide outstanding
artistic and learning experiences to young people.

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What's Onstage

See our lineup of plays and performance schedule.

About Us

Founded in 1964, Actors Theatre is home to the Humana Festival of New American Plays and is the state theatre of Kentucky.