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Stipend/hour positions; Flexible scheduling estimated at 6-20 hours per week
TECHNICIANS (SET, LIGHTS, SOUND, PROPS)
Stipend/hourly position; Flexible scheduling estimated at 6-20 hours per week
GENERAL THEATRE TEACHERS/DIRECTORS
The Highwood Theatre is a non-profit organization dedicated to building community through theatre and the arts. The Highwood Theatre’s trademark is the involvement of community members in all aspects of its programming – from acting and singing, to design, tech work, and even leading/creating classes and productions.
The Highwood Theatre’s core value is that “anyone can do theatre,” and we take this to heart in our effort to involve as many people as possible in our organization and programming. The Students’ Theatre at Highwood serves students, Kindergarten and up, through productions, classes, and lessons; Highwood at School serves dozens local public and private schools through classes, workshops, performances, and technical assistance; Your Theatre serves the entire community through professional theatre, classes, and our TheatreFIT programs.
Everyone involved with The Highwood Theatre feels responsible for his or her work, becomes an integral member of the team, and takes ownership of the experience. With this ownership, all participants are empowered to think, create, and thrive. Whether it’s a production or class, students and adults devote themselves to the endeavor and to the collaborative effort that makes it possible. We hope that you will be inspired to do the same and be excited about devoting your time and energy to helping our mission and vision come to life.
Working at The Highwood Theatre is extremely rewarding and provides a unique experience during which staff members can develop as professionals, mentors, teachers, and creators in a flexible, supportive environment. Working at Highwood provides a fantastic opportunity to interact, collaborate, and share your expertise with a diverse community of artists all committed to a common goal. Please browse our website for more information.
The Highwood Theatre is supported in part by funding from the Montgomery County government and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, the S. Kann Sons Company Foundation, the William and Karen Tell Foundation, the Robert N. Alfandre Foundation, Wenger Corporation, and West Wing Writers.
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