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Job Opportunities

TitleOrganizationLocationDescriptionApplyApplication Deadline
Dance CoordinatorArvada Center for the Arts and HumanitiesArvada, COReporting to the Director of Education, this position works collaboratively with Education staff to coordinate all aspects of the Arvada Center Dance program including the Dance Academy, General Dance classes, and the Arvada Center Dance Theatre. Responsibilities include providing, coordinating and planning the dance schedule, coordinating and planning one fall and two spring dance concerts, communicating with dance parents and students both in person and via email, efficient and courteous customer service. Responsible for supporting and contributing to revenue sales goals through development of dance program awareness, attendance and class offerings. This position is a strong advocate for promoting the values of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access (IDEA) throughout the organization. Send an email with your administrative and teaching resume and cover letter as PDF to with the job title in the subject line of your email. 03/30/2024
Director of Institutional GivingAtlanta BalletAtlanta, GAThe Director of Institutional Giving is an important frontline fundraiser who manages a portfolio of corporate, foundation, and government donors to support Atlanta Ballet’s core artistic, education, and community engagement programs, capital needs, and other projects as required. The Director is responsible for the development and execution of a strategic plan for institutional support that is focused on maximizing and growing revenue from institutional funders. While much of this fundraising work will be managed independently, important to the Director’s success will be a desire and willingness to collaborate with the Advancement team and across other departments at the Ballet. The Director will also take on additional administrative responsibilities as determined by departmental and institutional management, to possibly include managing existing or new fundraising programs and initiatives.Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to for consideration.05/31/2024
Manager of Marketing Strategy & Data AnalysisAtlanta BalletAtlanta, GAThe Manager of Marketing Strategy & Data Analysis is responsible for leading and implementing sales and marketing strategy focused on revenue growth and patron retention for both the Company and the Centre for Dance Education. The position reports to the CMO to support overall marketing programs, as well as secondary report to the Director of IT and Sales Operations to ensure all ticketing systems and tools are in place for the patron services team to execute sales plans.Please contact for inquires and to submit a cover letter and resume for consideration05/31/2024
Visiting ChoreographerBallet Des MoinesDes Moines, IABallet Des Moines announces an open call for choreographers for the 24-25 and 25-26 seasons. Applications from people of all races, religions, national origins, genders, sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expressions, and ages, as well as veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply."To apply, please send the following materials to

Cover Letter briefly introducing yourself and your artistic vision


2-3 links to excerpts of existing work

1-2 links of full works that best represent your work as choreographer

A brief project statement for 1-2 works you would like to create in the future. Please include details on the overall concept or inspiration for the new work, style of movement, music choice, number of dancers, and footwear (pointe, flat, socks, barefoot, etc.)"
Executive AssistantBallet HispánicoNY, NYBallet Hispánico seeks an Executive Assistant to provide high-level administrative support to its leadership team: Artistic Director & CEO (AD/CEO), Eduardo Vilaro and Chief Managing Director (CMD), Patrick Muhlen. The Ideal candidate will be a forward-thinking problem solver with impeccable organizational skills, with the ability to work within and support a BIPOC mission-based organization. This individual should have a polished professional demeanor and ability to interact with Board Directors, artists, colleagues, donors, VIPs and special guests. Please email a resume and cover letter to 30, 2024
Artistic DirectorBalletMetColumbus, OHOverview: BalletMet, a professional ballet company and school located in Columbus, Ohio, operating on a $8 million budget, invites applications for the position of Artistic Director. BalletMet seeks an individual with artistic vision and leadership skills to develop artistic plans and programs for the 26-member Company and to provide direction for its Dance Academy. The ideal candidate will recruit, train, and supervise all artistic personnel including guest artists; and deliver high quality performances and services to the community in partnership with the Board of Trustees and the Executive Director. Candidates should be committed to a diverse repertoire that includes classical, narrative and contemporary ballets, and the creation of new work. Performances are presented in the 2,800-seat historic Ohio Theatre, the 800-seat Capitol Theatre and in BalletMet’s own 225-seat Performance Space. BalletMet is strongly committed to equal employment opportunities for all qualified individuals. Qualifications: Significant experience with professional ballet companies, including performing, teaching, choreography and artistic administration. Salary is commensurate with experience. To apply and for more information, please visit February 29, 2024
Director of Education Chattanooga BalletChattanooga, TNChattanooga Ballet (CHA Ballet) is seeking a full-time Director of Education to serve as an ambassador for CHA Ballet, ensuring positive communication and interaction with all students, parents, teachers, and all other stakeholders. Working with faculty, staff, and students, the director will facilitate a visionary, goals-oriented strategy in the cultivation of dance education and help shape the future of the school. The employee will fulfill their role as point of contact with CHA Ballet students and parents by implementing curriculum with consistency and enthusiasm, demonstrating a concern for all students without favoritism, and providing the highest quality of professional training while nurturing the love and appreciation of the art form. A successful Director of Education will contribute to the culture of belonging through CHA Ballet’s diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility efforts. The guiding theme for the school is to “train each person to their highest potential.” Candidate should strongly align with CHA Ballet’s mission; "To serve through the power of dance.” Qualified candidates should email a cover letter and resume to CHA Ballet’s CEO/Artistic Director, Brian McSween at: A full job description can be found here: February 29, 2024
Academy Assistant PrincipalColorado Ballet CompanyDenver, COThe Colorado Ballet Academy seeks an experienced professional for the role of Assistant Principal. Reporting to the Academy Principal, the Assistant Principal will contribute to the leadership team, fostering a positive learning environment. The ideal candidate should have extensive experience in both ballet training and professional ballet performance. Key responsibilities include collaborating with the Academy Artistic Team, managing teachers, contributing to curriculum development, recruiting and evaluating faculty, mentoring students, and handling administrative tasks. The Assistant Principal is expected to teach 18-24 hours per week, participate in rehearsals, oversee faculty performance, and address parent and student concerns. Additionally, responsibilities involve managing Youth America Grand Prix (YAGP) rehearsals, contributing to marketing efforts, and adapting to the evolving needs of the Colorado Ballet Academy. Requirements include teaching and performance experience in classical ballet, familiarity with teaching methods like ABT NTC or CPYB, strong classroom management skills, proficiency in Microsoft Office, and effective communication abilities. The position emphasizes building a strong community, showcasing leadership qualities, and adapting to the evolving needs of the Colorado Ballet Academy.Visit for more information and application instructions.March 15, 2024
Director of Male Ballet TrainingColorado Ballet CompanyDenver, CO Colorado Ballet Academy seeks a Director of Male Ballet Training to enhance and lead male ballet programs. Reporting to the Academy Director, the role involves curriculum development, high-quality instruction, and personalized training plans for male dancers. The ideal candidate should have extensive ballet training, teaching experience, and the ability to motivate and collaborate effectively. Responsibilities include curriculum updates, teacher management, recruitment leadership, and choreography for performances. The position requires 18-25 hours of teaching/rehearsing weekly, administrative work, and additional hours for performances. Key duties involve collaboration with the Academy team, guiding curriculum implementation, and evaluating students. The Director will work with the Academy Artistic and Administrative Team, handle parent communications, and contribute to marketing efforts. Requirements include in-depth knowledge of classical ballet, teaching experience, leadership qualities, proficiency in Microsoft Office, organizational skills, and effective communication abilities. The Director should have a visionary mindset to innovate and grow the male training program while fostering a strong community.Visit for more details and instructions on how to apply.March 15, 2024
Annual Fund Manager Houston Ballet Houston, TXReporting to the Director of Individual Giving, the Annual Fund Manager contributes to fundraising efforts on behalf of Houston Ballet by providing donors and prospective donors (up to the Ambassador level) opportunities to contribute to and engage with the Ballet. Through data-driven direct mail campaigns, annual fund donor events and management of a personal portfolio of donors and prospects, this position is an integral part of the Individual Giving team and its goal to build a community of dance enthusiasts.Apply Here:
Technical DirectorHouston BalletHouston, TXThe Technical Director is responsible for drafting, generating & distributing all technical paperwork for every company production. This position manages & supervises all work activities of the Union stage crew at the warehouse and while in production at the theater or on tour. Working closely with the Director of Production and the APM, the Technical Director is integral in the assessment, planning, budget forecasting and archiving of all company productions and tours.Apply Here:
Company ManagerJacob's Pillow Dance FestivalBecket, MAJacob’s Pillow seeks a Company Manager to join the Programming Department and work closely with/report directly to the Producing Director. The Company Manager oversees all logistics for advancing Ted Shawn Theatre & Henry J. Leir Stage performances, select off-site programs, and special projects. This includes oversight of all transportation arrangements, visa processing, and status, booking housing onsite and offsite, meal coordination with the Stone Dining Room, arranging complimentary tickets, and liaising with the Health Care Coordinator to support wellness for all guests. The Company Manager will assist in tracking the Programming Department’s annual budget, support special events, collaborate with local business partners, and help realize the logistical requirements for all events associated with performance programming at the Pillow. Please apply via the Jacob's Pillow website:
Member Services SpecialistJacob's Pillow Dance FestivalBecket, MAAs Jacob’s Pillow prepares to celebrate its 92nd Anniversary year, there are exciting plans for a robust and full summer festival. Jacob's Pillow is now accepting applications for the seasonal role of Member Services Specialist, a key member of the Jacob's Pillow Philanthropy department reporting directly to the Associate Director of Philanthropy, Major Gifts and Individual Support. The Member Services Specialist works with Philanthropy Staff, Box Office Staff, the Director’s Office and all members of the Patron Services team. This position serves as the front line staff member for all ticketing and dining reservation-related inquiries of members at the $2,000 level and above. The Member Services Specialist is an integral part of the Pillow's customer service team and critical to delivering the Pillow’s donor relations aims for its most generous supporters.Please apply here:
Public Relations & Communications CoordinatorJacob's Pillow Dance FestivalBecket, MAJacob’s Pillow seeks a Public Relations & Communications Coordinator to implement all press communications in support of Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival and the organization’s year-round reputation and brand recognition, and to support the Director of Marketing on communications planning for the Marketing Department, including project development and oversight, editorial content and copywriting, and proof-reading support on announcements, digital and print publications, and institutional written materials.Apply via Paycom:
Executive DirectorJoe Goode Performance GroupSan Francisco, CAThe ED will collaborate with the Artistic Director, Staff, and Board of Directors to manage the organization’s day-to-day operations while helping to lead and shape its long-term vision and financial and strategic goals. The Executive Director serves as a primary thought leader and co-leads the organization with the Founder and Artistic Director, Joe Goode, who develops and guides the artistic vision and priorities of the organization through his institutional and performance field knowledge. The ED should be highly organized and have an affinity for JGPG’s approach to art making and a passion for uplifting the local dance and live performing arts community. They will bring positive energy into relationships with colleagues, artists, donors, and community partners. In addition, the ED will ideally possess: A demonstrated history of success working both independently and collaboratively in arts leadership positions Experience in budget forecasting and management Ability to manage and mentor administrative and operational staff; conduct annual employee reviews; revise HR policy as needed A strong track record of success in institutional and individual fundraising Experience with project management (Google Suite), financial (QuickBooks), and communications/donor engagement software systems (Salesforce/Nation Builder) "Compensation and Benefits:
This is a full-time, exempt position @ $70,000 to $90,000 annual salary (depending on experience.) Hybrid weekday schedule, with some weekends, evenings, and in-person activities.

Benefits include:
100% health insurance premiums coverage (medical, dental, and vision)
403(b) retirement (with employer match)
Up to 72 hours of paid sick leave (accrued)
13 paid holidays and 15 paid vacation days (annual)

To Apply:
A simple resume (or list of relevant experiences, skills, systems you have worked with, etc.).
A cover letter highlighting your professional background, interest in the company/role, and career aspirations.
Note: Please include the “Executive Director” job title in the subject line.
Send to Joe Goode, Artistic Director, at
Note: Interviews with the JGPG team may be conducted via Zoom or in person.
April 30, 2024
School DirectorKansas City BalletKansas City, MOThe School Director is a senior member of the artistic and administrative staff of the school who manages the department, faculty and students. The School Director in conjunction with the Artistic Director determines, communicates and enforces curriculum requirements, supervising teachers and evaluating students. The School Director works with the Artistic Director of Kansas City Ballet to ensure a shared, cohesive artistic vision between School and Company. The complete job description can be found at:"Please submit cover letter, curriculum vitae, five professional references who know you well personally and professionally via email or certified mail (e-mail addresses and telephone numbers, please) with salary requirements to the attention of:

Kansas City Ballet
Todd Bolender Center for Dance & Creativity
500 West Pershing
Kansas City, MO 64108-2430

To the attention of:
Kansas City Ballet School Director Search/Mary Allen

Until position is filled
Chief Executive Officer Kansas City Friends of Alvin AileyKansas City, MOKansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey invites applications from strong leaders to serve as their next Chief Executive Officer. The CEO will provide executive leadership and strategic oversight for KCFAA, including strategic planning, Board governance, financial stability, community engagement, programming, and staff management. The KCFAA Board of Directors seeks an executive leader who will embrace the values of the organization – serving the entire community – while working collectively to set a future vision for KCFAA that will inspire and guide the Board and staff. The CEO reports directly to the Board of Directors through the Chair. Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey has engaged Management Consultants for the Arts to lead the search, and interested candidates may apply for this position by visiting this link: City Friends of Alvin Ailey has engaged Management Consultants for the Arts to facilitate this search, with the project led by Jason Palmquist and Emily Knapp. Interested and qualified candidates are encouraged to apply in complete confidence by providing materials requested through this link-
Teaching Artist in Residence National Dance Institute of New Mexico (NDI New Mexico)Santa Fe, NMThe Teaching Artist in Residence program is designed to be a mutually beneficial partnership between NDI New Mexico and high-caliber choreographers in the field of dance. The residency is an opportunity for NDI New Mexico to give students a unique way to learn and grow by working with a professional choreographer with a heart for youth development and dance education. The NDI New Mexico staff and community will also benefit from education and enrichment opportunities, and the inspiration of seeing a great artist create great contemporary work on our dancers. The Teaching Artist has the potential for a commission for their work, exposure to NDI New Mexico’s audiences in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, and the means to expand their outreach work to have an impact on youth. The Teaching Artist in Residence creates or stages choreography with multiple groups of students, ideally in both Santa Fe and Albuquerque over the course of a program year, creating works performed in a variety of NDI New Mexico events, and leading educational and enriching activities for NDI New Mexico staff and the broader community. Complete online application here: 31, 2024
Instructor, Assistant or Associate Professor of Arts Management – Dance Lighting and ProductionOklahoma City UniversityOklahoma City, OKOklahoma City University is seeking applicants for a non-tenure track position as an Instructor, Assistant, or Associate Professor of Arts Management – Production, beginning in August 2024. This role is vital to the Ann Lacy School of American Dance and Entertainment, where students receive comprehensive training for the entertainment industry, covering dance, arts management, choreography, and more. The responsibilities include teaching arts management and entertainment production courses, overseeing co-curricular activities like lighting design and production, maintaining theater equipment, and participating in department and university committees. Candidates should possess qualifications such as an MFA in relevant fields, an MBA with entertainment experience, or a bachelor's degree with substantial professional experience, along with teaching experience. Desirable qualifications include expertise in technical production aspects, stage management, and various entertainment-related courses. An appreciaPlease apply directly: until filled
Marketing & Communications ManagerOrlando BalletOrlando, FLUnder the direction of the Director of Marketing & Communications, the Marketing Manager will manage and execute marketing strategies across the organization. The right candidate should have command of best practices and trends in marketing, enjoy being creative, understand how to both build and convert a digital audience and know how to prove ROI. The Marketing Manager should be a driven, self-motivated, strategic-minded, and highly organized individual with proven marketing success and ability, exceptional writing and interpersonal skills, strong attention to detail, and a commitment to supporting OB in its mission to entertain, educate and enrich through the highest quality of dance. For a complete job description and application instructions, please visit
Philanthropy Operations ManagerOrlando BalletOrlando, FLIn collaboration with the Directors of Philanthropy and Executive Director, the Philanthropy Operations Manager will serve as administrative lead on the United Arts Collaborative Campaign, oversee Orlando Ballet’s volunteer program, maintain the annual Philanthropy department and communications calendars, and lead gift officer portfolio tracking and maintenance in accordance with moves management best practices and the successful growth of Orlando Ballet’s contributed revenue. Orlando Ballet is seeking a driven, self-motivated, solution-oriented, and highly organized individual with proven project management success in the arts nonprofit sector, with a knack for mastering CRM programs, exceptional interpersonal skills, strong attention to detail, and a commitment to supporting Orlando Ballet in its mission to entertain, educate, and enrich through the highest quality of dance. For a complete job description and application instructions, please visit
Technical DirectorOrlando BalletOrlando, FLUnder the direction of the Director of Production, the Technical Director is responsible for all technical production operations of all Orlando Ballet professional company and school performances and engagements, including all special events for departments in the organization. Orlando Ballet is seeking a driven, self-motivated highly organized individual, with a commitment to supporting Orlando Ballet in its mission to entertain, educate and enrich through the highest quality of dance.For a full position description and application instructions, please visit
Technical DirectorOrlando BalletOrlando, FLUnder the direction of the Director of Production, the Technical Director is responsible for all technical production operations of all Orlando Ballet professional company and school performances and engagements, including all special events for departments in the organization. Orlando Ballet is seeking a driven, self-motivated highly organized individual, with a commitment to supporting Orlando Ballet in its mission to entertain, educate and enrich through the highest quality of dance.For a full position description and application instructions, please visit
Director of Production/Technical DirectorPacific Northwest BalletSeattle WAThe Technical Director is responsible for the planning, management, and supervision of all stage and rehearsal work associated with mounting and running of PNB productions. This includes management of Production Department staff and stagehands, and collaborating across departments. Go to for full job description, pay range and benefits information.apply@nullpnb.orgOpen until filled
Director of Fund DevelopmentRoyal Winnipeg BalletWinnipeg, MBThe Royal Winnipeg Ballet is seeking a full-time Director of Fund Development to lead its fundraising program. The RWB raises approximately $1.5 million a year through corporate sponsorships, individual and legacy giving, special events and corporate donations. The Director of Fund Development is responsible for increasing contributed revenue by identifying new donors and corporate partners, building, and maintaining positive, productive relationships with existing supporters, and ensuring the RWB’s fundraising processes are sound, current, ethical, and progressive. With strong interpersonal skills, you will lead a team of six fundraising professionals and contribute as a member of the RWB Senior Leadership Team. "HOW TO APPLY
If you would like to join us, visit for application instructions. Tell us about yourself! All candidates must submit a cover letter and resume that showcases your personality.

The Royal Winnipeg Ballet is committed to providing accessible employment while ensuring our recruitment process is barrier free. Accommodations are available upon request for candidates participating in all aspects of the assessment and selection process. Requests for accommodation can be sent to

Closing Date: February 23, 2024

As part of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet hiring process, successful candidates will be required to submit a satisfactory Criminal Background Check and Child Abuse Registry Check.
February 23, 2024
Head CarpenterRoyal Winnipeg BalletWinnipeg, MBThe Royal Winnipeg Ballet is seeking a full-time Head Carpenter to join our team. This exciting opportunity is well-suited for those who have vast experience in theatre production, carpentry, and are seeking an opportunity to showcase their leadership skills. Ideal candidates will enjoy leading projects, thinking outside the box, and are knowledgeable in safe stage practices. Driven team players with effective time management, a detail-oriented mind, and are flexible with shifting priorities are encouraged to apply.If you are qualified for this position, visit for application instructions. Candidates must submit a cover letter that showcases your personality and fit for the role, and resume. We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.March 31, 2024
Full Time Ballet InstructorSacramento BalletSacramento, CAThe School of Sacramento Ballet is looking for a full-time ballet instructor for the school year 2024 - 25. The position will teach intermediate to advanced levels of ballet, beginner to advanced pointe, female solo variations, and restage standard classical works. Some substitution work is expected when needed. The ideal candidate must have danced in a professional ballet company, instructed ballet at a high level for at least 7 years, and have had choreographic or restaging experience. This is a full-time position with benefits. Salary commensurate. Please send your cover letter and resume to Jorge Laico, School Director at Please email to Jlaico@nullsacballet.orgMarch 31, 2024
Community Engagement Program DirectorThe Sarasota BalletSarasota, FLCommunity Engagement is an integral part of the Education department, and its purpose is to bring The Sarasota Ballet into the local community. The Community Engagement Program Director will oversee all community engagement programs, including our flagship program – Dance – The Next Generation plus Dance for All with its 3 pillars of Youth, Adaptive and Community. The Community Engagement Program Director will be a dynamic individual, passionate about dance education and providing opportunities for all demographics to have access to dance. A highly organized self-starter, they must be creative, goal-driven and possess a high level of initiative. Please visit our Career Center to see the full job description and to apply at
Chief Operating OfficerThe Straz CenterTampa, FloridaThe Chief Operating Officer is responsible for providing strategic leadership on all day-to-day management, safety, and security of The Straz Center’s Operations Division which includes five theatres, three restaurants, programming, booking support, production services, and security. Reporting to President & CEO Greg Holland, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) is a member of the CEO’s senior leadership team comprised of the CAFO, CMO, and CDO, partnering on all strategic and day-to-day operations relating to the respective areas of oversight. The COO supervises these positions: VP of Operations, VP of Food & Beverage, Senior Director of Facilities, the Senior Director of Programming, and the Special Assistant to the COO. Supervision of these areas involves direct and indirect responsibilities for interviewing, selection, training, motivation, performance evaluation, wage and salary administration, developing goals, and developing procedures to ensure the achievement of these goals. For the full listing please go to the link below. 26, 2024
Development Operations SpecialistThe Washington BalletWashington, DCThe Washington Ballet is entering a new, exciting phase of growth. We are seeking candidates with strong written and verbal communication skills, excellent digital and administrative competency, interest and experience in development practice, and a passion for the performing arts/dance/ballet to join our development team as Development Operations Specialist. Submit your resume, cover letter and a list of your references to .03/01/2024
Dance InstructorUniversity of AlabamaTuscaloosa, ALThis instructor position will primarily teach studio dance techniques in the dance and musical theatre programs including various levels (undergraduate and graduate) of jazz and musical theatre, along with one or more of the following: dance appreciation, anatomy/kinesiology, pedagogy, dance history, Screendance, or other dance-related studio or academic classes within expertise. The successful candidate will participate in recruitment, mentoring of students, and service to the department. Opportunities may arise for choreography of Department sponsored musicals and dance concerts and coaching students’ creative and performance works."Master of Fine Arts degree in Dance or related field. Evidence of teaching excellence in dance technique and dance related courses. Candidates should demonstrate a clear commitment to broad pedagogical approaches, and a record of work using wide-ranging and collaborative perspectives. Strong communication and organizational skills are imperative.

This position begins August 16, 2024. To apply, go to Review will begin immediately and remain open until filled. Applicants should submit a cover letter addressing interest and qualifications for the position, a curriculum vitae, names and contact information for three current references, and a digital portfolio or website highlighting their teaching or professional work to Sarah Barry, Additional questions may be directed to Professor Barry."
Assistant Professor of Dance - BalletUniversity of Oklahoma School of DanceNorman, OKThe University of Oklahoma’s Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts, School of Dance is seeking an Assistant Professor of Ballet to start August 16, 2024. Housed in the Reynolds Performing Arts Center and annually ranked as one of the top institutions in ballet and modern dance, the school offers a BFA in ballet performance, modern dance performance, ballet pedagogy and an MFA degree in dance. Our school, consisting of over 80 dance majors, emphasizes performing, with multiple mainstage performance opportunities each year and highly refined training that prepares our graduates to meet the expectations of a professional career in dance and sustain multifaceted careers with both nationally and internationally recognized companies and organizations. A strong ballet foundation was built by our founders Yvonne Chouteau and Miguel Terekhov. The development and growth of the ballet area continues to expand through our current nationally and internationally acclaimed faculty, ensuring small class sizes with one-on-one feedback for each student.Please submit a cover letter of application, statement of training and technical approach to teaching, complete vita, full names of three references along with email and phone contact information and three samples of research and/or creativity. 15, 2024
Production Manager/Lighting SupervisorUrban Bush WomenNew York, NYThe Production Manager/Lighting Supervisor (PM/LS) is an integral part of the production team for Urban Bush Women. Supervised by UBW’s Producer and Director of Production, Booking & Touring, the Production Manager/Lighting Supervisor serves as key point person for technical and production aspects of UBW’s performance productions and all touring engagements. "Prepare an application with your cover letter, outlining your qualifications and why you are interested in joining Urban Bush Women, along with a résumé.

We will ask for the names and contact information of three professional references inside of the interviewing process.

Email applications with subject line “Production Manager - First Name Last Name” to Please, no telephone calls.

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled."
Until position is filled
Director of OperationsUrban Bush WomenNew York, New YorkUBW seeks a collaborative, people-centered and value-based leader for the role of Director of Operations. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Operations is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Urban Bush Women organization, as well as providing leadership to and the coordination of the Human Resources, Operations, and Finance teams. The Director of Operations is responsible for advising and working with the Executive Director on a full spectrum of organizational matters, while collaborating across the entire organization between various departments and teams."
Please visit: for the full job description and more information.

Interested applicants should email their cover letter, résumé and the names and contact information for three professional references.
Email applications with subject line “Director of Operations - First Name Last Name” to Please, no telephone calls.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and are accepted through mid-March 2024 or until the position is filled.
Instructor/Assistant Professor of Musical Theatre with an emphasis in DanceWestern Wyoming Community CollegeRock Springs, WYThe Primary responsibility of this individual is to provide quality instruction to Western Wyoming Community College (Western) students enrolled in musical theatre and dance courses taught at the main campus in Rock Springs and the Green River Center and to direct main stage productions. This individual may also be asked to be musical director, choreographer (dance, fights, or period movement) or other roles depending on qualifications and the department’s needs. Teaching courses over a distance education medium, such as online, hybrid, or video may also be expected. This position has teaching and production responsibilities. The typical teaching load for this position is 18-21 credit hours per academic year. The production portion of this position will entail full direction and oversight of the production process and the teaching of theatre practice; this is for 1-2 shows each year."Please send application to 21, 2024

Audition Opportunities

TitleOrganizationLocationDescriptionApplyDeadlineAudition Date
Atlanta Ballet DancerAtlanta Ballet GA Atlanta Ballet Company: 36 Week Full-time Employment Contract (Typically Aug-May), Base Salary: $700.00 per week with increase over base rate commensurate with abilities and/or experience. There are additional opportunities available for teaching and/or choreographing with the Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education. All dancers are offered Surest health insurance and Sunlife Assurant Dental DHMO dental discount plan at no cost for employee-only. Dancer may add spouses/dependents to these plans as well - Atlanta Ballet and employee share additional premium cost. United Healthcare Dental and Vision plans are also available to enroll in and they are 100% employee paid. Atlanta Ballet 2: We are also auditioning professionally trained students for Atlanta Ballet 2. Atlanta Ballet 2 represents the highest level of training in Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education and provides new performance opportunities for the next generation of professional dancers. Please click here to learn more. Must have strong classical technique and prior performance experience."24|25 SEASON COMPANY AND ATLANTA BALLET 2 AUDITION

Audition applications for the 24-25 Season are now open. The options for applying are:

-Register for the OPEN AUDITION taking place on February 11, 2024 from 10:00 AM-12:00 PM. After the audition takes place, dancers considered to be potential candidates will be contacted by separate email for next steps.
-Request an IN-PERSON AUDITION at a separate time. Dancers considered to be potential candidates will be contacted by separate email for next steps.
-Request a VIRITUAL AUDITION. Dancers considered to be potential candidates will be contacted by separate email for next steps.
-Attend an audition on the Atlanta Ballet AUDITION TOUR. Please visit this link for dates:


1. Fill out this link:
Please note that video links should be submitted using the ABOVE form.
2. Email the following to with email subject line: First Name, Last Name, Audition
DANCE PHOTOGRAPHS (One or more full-body)
Accepted formats: .doc, .docx, .pdf files

Applications missing any of these materials will not be considered.

COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS: Candidates are not required to be vaccinated to audition. Must provide proof of being fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19 to be accept any offered positions to Atlanta Ballet 2 or Atlanta Ballet Company.

Atlanta Ballet believes that diversity, equity, inclusion, and access are critical to our success and growth as an institution as we seek to recruit, develop, and retain uniquely qualified and talented candidates from a diverse pool. Our goal is to be reflective, both onstage and off, and at all job levels, of the audiences we engage. Atlanta Ballet is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and existing employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation and related medical conditions), national origin, citizenship status, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information (including characteristics and testing), military and veteran status, or any protected category prohibited by local, state, or federal laws."
Open Until FilledN/A
Memphis Ballet DancerCollage Dance CollectiveDC | ATL | NYC | SFCollage Dance is seeking male and female dancers with a strong classical and contemporary ballet foundation for the company's 2024-25 season. The company offers competitive salary, benefits and 32+ week contracts. Dancers should bring resumes and headshots to the auditions. Ladies should also bring pointe shoes."Dancers are strongly encouraged to RSVP for one of the upcoming auditions on our website

We're making four tour stops which can be found here:

Sunday, February 11th 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM | Washington Ballet 3515 Wisconsin Avenue NW

Sunday, February 18th 5:00 - 8:00 PM | Atlanta Ballet 1695 Marietta Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

Sunday, March 10th 5:00 - 8:00 PM | New York City Center 131 West 55th Street New York, NY 10019

Saturday, March 16th 2:00 - 5:00 PM | Alonzo King LINES Ballet 26 7th St 5th Floor San Francisco, CA 94103"
March 17, 2023Feb 11 - March 16
Madison Ballet Seeks Male Identifying ArtistMadison BalletMadison, WIMB is planning a full 2024/25 season and will be offering contracts and recruiting professional male identifying dancers at all levels. We are seeking highly trained male dancers experienced in both classical and contemporary repertoire with strong partnering skills. Auditions are by invitation only. Madison Ballet is a repertory ballet company performing classics such as Giselle and Nutcracker, New Creations by todays leading choreographers such as Ja’ Malik, Stephanie Martinez and others. Neo-classical works by Balanchine, Gerald Arpino and more. 28 week contract, shoes provided, daily class, massage and physical therapy provided. To be invited to audition in person, applicants must first submit a headshot, resume with present address, and a video that includes center classwork including adagio, pirouettes, grand allegro, coda, tour en lair; as well as performances of both a classical/ neo-classical variation and contemporary solo or group repertoire (please make sure we can identify you) to Additional information via our website. March 1st 2024N/A
Company, Apprentice, and TraineeNevada Ballet TheatreLas Vegas, NVNBT Company and NBT II 2024-2025 Season auditions.Detailed audition information and the link to register can be found at No deadlineSaturday, February 24th and Sunday, March 24th 1:00-3:00pm
Philadelphia Ballet IIPhiladelphia BalletPhiladelphia, PASchool of Philadelphia Ballet seeks dancers with a strong classical and contemporary ballet background to audition for Philadelphia Ballet II, Philadelphia Ballet’s second company. Dancers must be between the ages of 16-20 as of September 1, 2024, to be considered. Applicants may also be considered for School of Philadelphia Ballet’s Trainee Program.Dancers may register for the live audition on February 24, 2024, in Philadelphia, PA or apply by video. Learn more and register at 24, 2024February 24, 2024
Company DancerRed Clay Dance CompanyChicago, ILRed Clay Dance Company is seeking male and female artists with previous performance experience for our 2024-25 performance season. Company members are hired on a 44-week, salaried contract. We encourage all artists who possess a background in African Diaspora and classical (West African, Ballet, & Modern) dance styles to apply. We are interested in dynamic and versatile performers and movers, well-trained in a diverse range of techniques and who have an Artivist spirit!"Now through March 22, 2024, all are welcome to submit a video as an application to participate in our in-person audition to be held in Chicago, IL on April 5-6, 2024.
Please include the following details in your application.
• Resume/CV
• Headshot/Bio
• One video link, not to exceed 2 minutes, including the following sections:
o Technique
o Improvisation
o Performance
NOTE: All videos must be submitted via link, (e.g. Vimeo or YouTube). Submissions are reviewed as received and notifications will be sent via email within 4 business days of receipt.

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March 22, 2024April 5-6, 2024

Fellowship Opportunities

TitleOrganizationLocationDescriptionApplyApplication Deadline
Jadin Wong FellowshipAsian American Arts AllianceNew York, NY For this opportunity, A4 is seeking Asian American artists in their early-career, younger than 30 years old, and seeking to make an impact on the Asian American community. Here are the key details:

Jadin Wong Fellowship
• Seeking one (1) NYC-based Asian American choreographer and/or dancer.
• Awarded a cash stipend of $7,500 and eight-month fellowship with career coaching and technical support opportunities.
• Information session: Wednesday, February 28, noon-1pm ET (RSVP required, will be recorded)
Apply online: deadline for applications is Monday, March 25, 2024.
Van Lier Fellowship
Asian American Arts AllianceNew York, NY For this opportunity, A4 is seeking Asian American artists in their early-career, younger than 30 years old, and seeking to make an impact on the Asian American community. Here are the key details:
Van Lier Fellowship
• Seeking two (2) NYC-based Asian American theater artists – in the categories of Acting and Directing.
• Awarded a cash stipend of $7,500 and an eight-month fellowship with career coaching and technical support opportunities.
• Information session: Thursday, February 29, noon-1pm ET (RSVP required, will be recorded)
Apply online: deadline for applications is Monday, March 25, 2024.
Ballet Vero Beach Fellowship Initiative For DancersBallet Vero BeachVero Beach, FLBallet Vero Beach’s Fellowship Initiative For Dancers is changing the way young people become professional dancers. Working with Indian River State College and The Learning Alliance, Ballet Vero Beach has established a unique program that combines professional performance experience with the company, quality higher education with Indian River State College, and unmatched training in arts integration, arts literacy, and the science of teaching with The Learning Alliance.RVSP for info session here: deadline for applications is Monday, March 25, 2024.

Internship Opportunities

TitleOrganizationLocationDescriptionApplyApplication Deadline
Development/Fundraising InternA.I.M by Kyle AbrahamNew York, NYA.I.M by Kyle Abraham is seeking a qualified intern to work within and contribute to our Development team. The internship spans a range of responsibilities in the Development department including maintaining records, contributing to research projects, learning about the donor cultivation cycle, and assisting with special events. This position is structured to provide interns with valuable arts administration experience, aimed at nurturing the talent and interests of the intern. The intern will gain insights into non-profit fundraising structures, research techniques, and workplace culture. The internship will prepare folks to be competitive candidates for future positions in the dance and arts administration fields. High school, college, or graduate students are encouraged to apply. 29, 2024
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