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Seacoast Repertory Theatre is always accepting submissions for all positions. We keep detailed records of all submissions and when we have an opening, they are the first place we turn to make a new hire.

We are currently actively seekingBar manager, Head Usher/Volunteer Coordinator, Music Directors, Costumer Designers, Actors and Technical Director.  See below for more information on these positions. Performers can send cover letter, resume/headshot, and preferably reels that showcase your talent, to: auditions@seacoastrep.org. All other positions should send portfolio, resume, letter of interest, and any other relevant materials to: jobs@seacoastrep.org

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Actors: Open Submissions

Seacoast Repertory Theatre is always accepting submissions for Performers of all kinds! We keep detailed records of all submissions, and they are the first place we turn to when casting each production.

To submit, send headshot, resume and video reels to: auditions@seacoastrep.org

Bar Manager

The Bar Manager is responsible for the management and oversight of the concessions and bar of the theatre to ensure friendly, welcoming, professional, efficient and accessible service to all patrons.This position is responsible for ordering and maintaining the concessions and liquor inventory. This position requires a professional public image through cleanliness, general atmosphere and a well-organized and executed patron experience. This position reports to the Artistic Directors and works closely with Box Office Staff, The Head Usher and Production Teams. This position is expected to adhere to a front of house dress code. This is a part time position with an expected average of 25-30 hrs/week with the exception of the 6 sporadic weeks thru the year where the theatre is dark.

    KEY JOB DUTIES OF THE BAR MANAGER

  • Assure sufficient stock of concessions, snacks, drinks, alcohol, etc.
  • Manage bar & concessions budgets.
  • Ensure coverage/management of bartending and concession duties at all events at the theatre.
  • Provide an excellent patron experience.
  • Point of contact for health dept and liquor dept inspections and licenses.
  • Assist Head Usher in handling problematic, drunk or unruly patrons in a professional and safe way.
  • Collaborate with Stage Management, Head Usher & Box Office Staff to ensure the proper start time of a production or event.
  • Implement environmentally sustainable initiatives.
  • Communicate with leadership and theatre management of any Bar/Concessions issues.
  • Ensure that quality & safety standards are maintained and regularly improved.
  • Maintain current licenses & vendor contracts/relationships.
  • Set business objectives and cultivate vendor relationships that enhance profit and enhance the customer experience.
  • Ensuring the utmost cleanliness standards in and around the bar & concessions areas.
  • Training staff and volunteers to provide excellent & expedient customer service.

    REQUIRED SKILL SET

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Organized
  • Detail Oriented
  • Responsible
  • Manage licenses, budgets and supplies
  • Competency in reporting and financial communications
  • Quick and effective decision making
  • Level-headed and calm under pressure
  • Strong Customer Service Skills
  • Competent use of required IT tools
  • Ability to walk, stand, and lift heavy items in a fast paced environment

Head Usher/ Volunteer Coordinator

The Head Usher/Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for the oversight of the reception and seating areas of the theatre during events to ensure friendly, welcoming, professional, efficient and accessible service to all patrons. The Head Usher/Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for the arranging and management of volunteers, their training, their point reward management systems, and their appreciation. The Head Usher together with volunteers is responsible for taking tickets, handing out programs, seating the patrons, selling merch, keeping the theatre, lobby & lobby bathrooms clean before the patrons arrive and after the patrons have left among other duties that may occur with special events or circumstances. This position requires a professional public image through cleanliness, general atmosphere and a well-organized and executed patron experience. This position reports to the Artistic Directors and works closely with Box Office Staff, Bar Staff and Production Teams. This position is expected to adhere to a front of house dress code. This is a part time position with an expected average of 25-30 hrs/week with the exception of the 6 sporadic weeks thru the year where the theatre is dark.

    KEY JOB DUTIES OF THE HEAD USHER/VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

  • Recruit, train, schedule and supervise FOH volunteers (ushers, greeters, ticket takers, concessions, merch tables, etc)
  • Ensure coverage/management of ushering duties at all events at the theatre.
  • Provide an excellent patron experience.
  • Along with theatre leadership, facilitate evacuation plans in the event of emergencies, fire alarms, etc.
  • Handle problematic, drunk or unruly patrons in a professional and safe way
  • Collaborate with the Box Office staff to navigate and resolve ticketing or seating issues with patrons.
  • Collaborate with Stage Management, Box Office Staff & Bar Staff to ensure the proper start time of a production or event. Provide disabled patrons the accommodations they require for a satisfying and a safe experience.
  • Communicate with leadership and theatre management of any FOH issues.
  • Manage the point reward system for volunteers.

    REQUIRED SKILL SET

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Team Leader
  • Organized
  • Detail Oriented
  • Responsible
  • Quick and effective decision making
  • Level-headed and calm under pressure
  • Strong Customer Service Skills
  • Competent use of required IT tools

MUSIC DIRECTORS

Seacoast Repertory Theatre in Portsmouth, New Hampshire is accepting submissions for Music Directors its upcoming season.

To submit, please send letter of interest, resume, and any video examples you may have of your previous work, such as your piano accompaniment, final products, or videos of you teaching in a rehearsal room. Submissions can be sent to: jobs@seacoastrep.org

Costume Designers

Seacoast Repertory Theatre is seeking Costume Designers. To apply, send portfolio, resume, letter of interest, and any other relevant materials to: jobs@seacoastrep.org

Technical Director

Seacoast Repertory Theatre is seeking a Technical Director. To apply, send portfolio, resume, letter of interest, and any other relevant materials to: jobs@seacoastrep.org