Jobs, Auditions, & Internships

Explore a variety of open positions, auditions, fellowships, and internships within the dance field. This listing is updated on a weekly basis and is accessible to the field regardless of membership. To post opportunities to this page, contact the Dance/USA Membership Department. Please note, posting to this page is free to Dance/USA members as part of our membership benefits. Non-members may post to this listing for a small fee.

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Job Opportunities

TitleOrganizationLocationDescriptionApplyDate Added
Research and Advocacy CoordinatorDance/NYCNew York, NYWant to unite your passion for arts and service with your expertise? If this is you, Dance/NYC is looking for:

● A full-time Research and Advocacy Coordinator to oversee ongoing research and advocacy priorities, execute on planned programs, and identify and manage new opportunities under the direction of the Executive Director.
Apply HereOctober 22, 2021
Artistic Coordinator PositionVitacca Vocational School for Dance, Houston & WoodlandsHouston, TXThe Artistic Coordinator will report to the Artistic Director and assist efforts as Vitacca Vocational School
for Dance continues to grow. We are offering a 2021-22 Season salaried position to a self-starter and
team player who is dynamic and well-organized. Please submit a writing sample, resume, and personal
pay requirements to info@nullvitacca.org. Weekly schedule: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from
9:00am-5:00pm, and Wednesday 10:00am-6:00pm. Candidate with Arts Administrative degree or
relevant experience of three or more years of arts management desired.
Email resume, writing sample, and proposed salary to info@nullvitacca.org. October 22, 2021
Community Engagement Teaching ArtistThe Joffrey BalletChicago, ILThe Joffrey Community Engagement Teaching Artist (TA) is an independent contractor who teaches
exceptional arts education classes for Chicago Public Schools through in-school programming. We are
looking for TAs who are adaptable, demonstrate knowledge and preparedness, care about all students,
and create a joyful atmosphere. TAs provide instruction in multiple styles of dance including African,
ballet, hip hop, jazz, and Latin. TAs offer highly structured dance experiences, encouraging students to
develop technique, creativity, and life skills. Programs often last the full school year, though shorter
residencies occur. Programs offered throughout the city require no previous dance training from students
and are offered for grades PreK-12.
Apply HereOctober 21, 2021
Digital Content Coordinator Philadelphia BalletPhiladelphia, PAPhiladelphia Ballet, the premier dance company in the Philadelphia region and one of the world’s foremost ballet companies, is seeking a Digital Content Coordinator to increase social media presence and assist in driving digital strategy. The Digital Content Coordinator is responsible for supporting the planning, execution, and analysis of Philadelphia Ballet’s social media and digital marketing strategy by growing and managing all owned platforms. This position will play a critical role in ensuring each channel reflects Philadelphia Ballet’s values and mission and is in alignment with the overall content and engagement goals of the organization. This role will also work to support email marketing efforts and overall marketing programs. This is a highly creative and collaborative role, with data being at the forefront of decision making.Apply HereOctober 21, 2021
Program ManagerColumbia College ChicagoChicago, IL The Program Manager will function primarily as Manager for the Presenting Series with duties assigned based on the circumstances necessary to successful delivery of the program. Core responsibilities include a focus on operations for the Dance Presenting Series (DPS) with keen attention to DPS and Dance department missions and the seamless intersection of those missions through the development and implementations of all DPS related activities. Apply HereOctober 21, 2021
Production ManagerBates Dance FestivalLewiston, MaineBDF is seeking an experienced Production Manager to join the seasonal staff for the 2022 Festival which will mark BDF’s 40th anniversary and will include 5-7 performances in 2 theaters, 1 gym, and outdoor locations. Locations are primarily on the Bates College campus.

This job is done in collaboration with the Lighting Supervisor and Technical Director. Responsibilities include overall management of all production related details including review and negotiation of technical riders; rental or purchase of all required equipment; selection, training, mentorship, and oversight of up to five interns and five work study students; all crew and event planning and scheduling. During the festival this position oversees one of the theaters, with the Technical Director overseeing the other. This is a very hands-on position.
Interested applicants should submit a resume, short letter of interest, and three references by October 25th to dancefest@nullbates.edu. Please put "Production Manager Position" in the subject line.October 21, 2021
Development AssistantDance/NYCNew York, NYWant to unite your passion for arts and service with your expertise? If this is you, Dance/NYC is looking for a part-time Development Assistant who will be responsible for supporting the execution of Dance/NYC’s development initiatives and priorities.Apply HereOctober 21, 2021
Company ManagerJacob's PillowBecket, MAJacob’s Pillow seeks a Company Manager to join the Company Management department and work closely with/report directly to the Associate Producer. The Company Manager oversees all logistics for advancing any guest who is visiting the Pillow including dance companies, faculty, dancers of The School, scholars, seasonal staff, and special guests. 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 help realize the logistical requirements for all events associated with performance programming at the Pillow.Email cover letter, resume, references to hr@nulljacobspillow.org, with Company Manager in the subject line. October 21, 2021
Development Coordinator, Database and OperationsThe School of American Ballet (SAB) at Lincoln CenterNew York, NYSAB seeks a highly detail-oriented, analytical, and collaborative individual to join its team as
Development Coordinator, Database & Operations. This person will be a vital member of the SAB
Development Department by processing gifts, managing the Raiser’s Edge database, and
supporting operations. This full-time, non-exempt position reports to the Director of Institutional
Giving and Development Operations.
Submit a cover letter and resume to devjobs@nullsab.org with the subject “Development Coordinator,
Database & Operations.”
October 20, 2021
Director of Development
A.I.M by Kyle AbrahamNew York, NY A.I.M by Kyle Abraham seeks an experienced, creative, and strategic Director of Development to
join its growing staff. The Director of Development (DoD) is a strategic and experienced fundraising
professional, responsible for moving A.I.M’s fundraising practices to the next level by developing
and leading a dynamic and measurable approach to contributed revenue, and special events that
are authentic to A.I.M’s culture and mission. The DoD will work to raise considerable funds to
support operations, long-range institutional growth, and programming activities. As the company is
in a significant period of growth, this position will play an integral role in the company’s continued
success and progression.
To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, and at least three references to
jobs@nullaimbykyleabraham.org and include “Director of Development” in the subject line.
Mayfair Arts Center Program/Facility ManagerChicago Human Rhythm ProjectChicago, ILThe Program-Facilities Manager leads and implements critical support of MAC programming and CHRP programming at the MAC, in close partnership with CHRP’s Director. This position is a key member of the organization’s core management team. To view the complete job description, please visit our website: www.chicagotap.org Please submit a digital cover letter, resume and references to: Info@nullchicagotap.org with "MAC Manager" in the subject line
Practitioner in Residence, Dance Columbia College ChicagoChicago, IL The Dance Department of Columbia College Chicago seeks applicants for a Practitioner in Residence whose research expertise is situated in contemporary forms of the African Diaspora for Spring 2022.

Our curriculum places embodied training in Afro-Diaspora and European-derived forms in conversation with theory, creative process, pedagogy, technology, and dance science applications. Our new colleague will be an artist/educator whose artistic research centers contemporary physical practice grounded in forms of the African Diaspora. Courses taught may include: movement practice according to expertise (including but not limited to W African Dance Technique, Contemporary/Modern Technique, Hip-Hop, additional forms), Improvisation, Choreography, Pedagogy, and courses related to research area. We are seeking a colleague who can contribute significantly to departmental discourse and practices specifically in regards to artistic inquiry, collaborative methods, and equity and inclusivity in our curriculum, policies and pedagogies.

The Practitioner in Residence will teach between 3-4 courses during the semester and may be assigned duties of creating choreography with students or facilitating content-specific conversations in the department related to equity, inclusivity, and culturally responsive pedagogy.
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Rehearsal DirectorBoston Ballet Boston, MAThis position is a Full-Time Seasonal and Exempt role that works closely with the Artistic Director, Artistic Department, and dancers to fulfill Boston Ballet’s mission to bring the best possible artistic product to performances and stages. The work relies on applying extensive, varied knowledge of ballet and teaching techniques for classes and rehearsals. The Rehearsal Director reports to the Artistic Director and is responsible for the training and development of all Artists. The role interfaces with all Rehearsal Directors, the Assistant Artistic Director, the Company Manager, the Production Manager, the Music Director, Stage Managers, Visiting Artists, Dancers and Pianists, as well as other departments within the organization.To apply for this position, please send a resume and cover letter to jobs@nullbostonballet.org.
Assistant/Associate Specialized Teaching Professor of Dance The Department of Dance at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign Urbana, ILWe seek an emerging or mid-career dance artist/scholar who is passionate about teaching and the intersection of embodied practice and online/virtual innovation. We are interested in adventurous thinkers with clear interests in interdisciplinary practices, who can broaden perspectives on dance and promote it across a variety of campus and community cultures. We will consider specialists who have a progressive perspective on pedagogy, theory, history, and/or studio practice. We welcome applications from artist/scholars from multiple genres of dance practice and performance, who will contribute to our ongoing anti-racist efforts and expansive curriculum redesign. Apply Here
Managing Director of AdministrationGibneyNew York, NYReporting to the Founder, Artistic Director & CEO (CEO), the Managing Director (MD) will implement the infrastructure and systems needed to support strategic objectives. The MD will be responsible for the oversight of all administrative, facilities, and human capital systems including technology, human resources, communications, and physical infrastructure. As a member of the Executive Leadership Team (ELT), the MD will be involved in a broad range of strategic planning and internal initiatives.

The MD will directly supervise a team consisting of the Director of Operations, Deputy Director of Human Resources, and 14 full and part-time operations staff. The MD will work side by side with the Senior Director of Advancement who is responsible for Development, Earned Revenue, and Marketing. Working alongside a Financial Consultant and Arts FMS, an outsourced financial management team, the MD will oversee over $5M in operations, facilities, and personnel budgets.

The MD will be an experienced and resourceful nonprofit professional who can manage multiple teams, foster an inclusive and dynamic staff environment, and balance strategic thinking with a focus on the operation and culture of a rapidly growing nonprofit. A key leader in the next phase of Gibney’s growth, the MD is a full-time, exempt position reporting directly to the CEO.
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Assistant Professor, Tenure TrackAmerican UniversityWashington, DCThe position will carry a teaching load of four courses per academic year alongside active scholarship. In addition to scholarship and teaching, responsibilities will include participation in program, department, school, and university service. Candidates demonstrating leadership and curricular development experience are preferred. The candidate’s commitment to service will contribute to the continued sustainability of the program and provide ongoing advocacy for its further development as a nationally recognized dance program.Apply Here
MDD Teaching Artists in Dance & CreativityMark Morris Dance GroupBrooklyn, NYMark DeGarmo Dance is a leading not-for-profit organization founded in 1987 as Dynamic Forms, Inc. MDD has produced over 100 dances and multiple international tours involving cultural diplomacy and exchange with 12 countries. Our education programs target under-resourced and disenfranchised NYC Title I PreK-5 AAPI, BIPOC, and Latinx public school students and communities without dance and dance education. MDD currently serves up to 500 students and 30 classroom teachers in 5 public elementary schools in 4 NYC boroughs and reaches over 90,000 individuals annually across all programs.

We seek outstanding results-oriented dance teaching artists experienced working in New York City’s Title I PreK-5 NYC public schools across Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens. The position is an excellent opportunity for passionate, effective, and skilled teaching artists to grow their professional teaching work over the longer term. Teaching Artists in Dance & Creativity will report to the Executive & Artistic Director, Dr. Mark DeGarmo with support from MDD administrative and teaching artist staff.
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Executive AssistantJacob's PillowBecket, MAExecutive Assistant Job Descriptionemail cover letter, resume, and references to hr@nulljacobspillow.org, with Executive Assistant in the subject line
Director of Patron ServicesJacob's PillowBecket, MADirector of Patron Services Job Descriptionemail cover letter, resume, and references to hr@nulljacobspillow.org, with Director of Patron Services in the subject line
Community Engagement Programs ManagerJacob's PillowBecket, MACommunity Engagement Programs Manager Job Descriptionemail cover letter, resume, and references to hr@nulljacobspillow.org, with Community Engagement Programs Manager in the subject line
Housekeeper & Hospitality CoordinatorJacob's PillowBecket, MAHousekeeper & Hospitality Coordinator Job Descriptionemail cover letter, resume, and references to hr@nulljacobspillow.org, with Housekeeper & Hospitality Coordinator
Front Desk AdministratorThe VIVA SchoolWashington, DCThe VIVA School is seeking an enthusiastic Front Desk Administrator to join its staff. The Front Desk Administrator (FDA) is an attentive and organized individual that stabilizes the school's smooth delivery of programming. Serving as the front-line staff representative, the FDA is responsible for greeting all individuals, providing clear and supportive communication to students and families, ensuring adherence to school policies and protocols, supporting student development, and providing key assistance during school performances and events.Apply Here
Academic Program ManagerThe VIVA SchoolWashington, DCThe VIVA School of Dance is seeking an experienced & passionate Academic Program Manager to join its staff. The Academic Program Manager (APM) is a dedicated education professional that promotes student development in focused areas of education. Working to meet the multifaceted needs of developing young artists, the APM is responsible for the implementation and management of The VIVA School’s academic programs: the Diploma Program & the English Language Arts (ELA) Program.Apply Here
Assistant / Associate / Full Professor (Lecturer) - Musical DirectorThe University of UtahSalt Lake City, UTThe School of Dance in the College of Fine Arts at the University of Utah invites applicants for a Career Line Open Rank Professor position to serve as Musical Director to begin July 1, 2022. The ideal candidate is a practicing accompanist who is able to demonstrate a developed aesthetic point in Ballet repertoire geared for class accompaniment, other genres and possibly able to compose.Apply Here
Assistant/Associate Professor of DanceUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUrbana, IL The Department of Dance at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor beginning August 2022.

We seek an artist/scholar committed to creative research, progressive pedagogical practice, and a colleague who will contribute to our ongoing anti-racist efforts and curriculum redesign. We are interested in adventurous thinkers with clear research interests and inventive trajectories. The successful candidate should have a passion for broadening perspectives on dance and promoting the importance of the form in contemporary culture. We welcome applications from artist/scholars from multiple genres of dance practice and performance.

Candidate must have a demonstrated record of achievement in dance; a focused research trajectory in dance-related scholarship, choreography, and/or performance; strong written and oral communication skills; interest in mentoring students and in making a positive impact toward diversity and inclusion. MFA (and or equivalent experience) or PHD preferred.
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Development Assistant, Special Events and Corporate Sponsorship School of American BalletNew York, NY SAB seeks a Development Assistant, Special Events and Corporate Sponsorship to support the
operations of a dynamic department responsible for raising more than $2.4 million annually from four
major fundraising events and an evolving corporate relations program. The Development Assistant,
Special Events and Corporate Sponsorship will provide administrative support for the daily running of
the department. This is a non-exempt position that will report to the Senior Director of Special Events
and Corporate Sponsorship.
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Development Assistant, Individual Giving School of American BalletNew York, NY SAB seeks a Development Assistant, Individual Giving to interface internally and externally with a
constituency of arts enthusiasts as part of a robust individual giving program responsible for securing
nearly $1.9 million in annual gifts. This is a non-exempt position that will report to the Senior Manager,
Membership.
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School Faculty Part-TimePhiladelphia BalletPhiladelphia, PAThe School of Philadelphia Ballet is seeking a part-time faculty member to serve as an ambassador for SPB, ensuring positive communication and interaction with all students, parents, teachers, and all other stakeholders. The faculty member will fulfill their role as point of contact with SPB’s students and parents by positively implementing curriculum and marketing the school and its programs by following the school curriculum with consistency and enthusiasm, demonstrating a concern for all students without favoritism, and providing the highest quality and level of professional training while nurturing the love and appreciation of this art form. A successful faculty member will contribute to building a culture of belonging through Philadelphia Ballet’s diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility effortsApply Here
School Accompanist Part-TimePhiladelphia BalletPhiladelphia, PAThe School of Philadelphia Ballet is seeking an experienced accompanist, skilled in piano for our ballet classes. The ballet accompanist selects and plays appropriate music for ballet technique classes. The accompanist shall choose and play at a moment's notice appropriate music to match the tempo, meter, musicality, and length of various ballet exercises; and/or must be able to spontaneously compose/improvise to the movement appropriately, most often in a classical style, but occasionally in popular and/or other idioms. If you are primarily a reader, you should have minimal improvisational skill to accommodate introductions, extended endings and to edit/alter music (possibly in real time) to meet phrasing needs of given exercises. If you are an advanced classical pianist and sight reader but also have advanced improvisational abilities in classical and other styles, this combination is ideal.Apply Here
School Children’s Program Coordinator Part-timePhiladelphia BalletPhiladelphia, PAThe School of Philadelphia Ballet is seeking a part-time Children’s Program Coordinator (CPC) to serve as an ambassador for SPB, ensuring positive communication and interaction with all students, parents, teachers, and all other stakeholders. The CPC will fulfill their role as point of contact with SPB’s Children’s Program students and parents by positively implementing curriculum and marketing the school and its programs by following the school curriculum with consistency and enthusiasm, demonstrating a concern for all students without favoritism, and providing the highest quality and level of professional training while nurturing the love and appreciation of this art form. A successful faculty member will contribute to building a culture of belonging through Philadelphia Ballet’s diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility efforts.Apply Here
Manager, Research and Moves ManagementPhiladelphia BalletPhiladelphia, PAThe Manager, Research and Moves Management is a full-time exempt position reporting directly to the Associate Director, Development, and is directly responsible for conducting research and preparing reports to support the Ballet’s Advancement Department—which comprises Marketing and Development staff—and expand its audiences and prospective donor pool. Additionally, the position maintains accurate and comprehensive constituent records in the Ballet’s Tessitura database, including recording of: solicitation, cultivation, and stewardship activity (“moves management”); contact information; research notes; constituencies; and other indicators. This role works closely with Philadelphia Ballet’s gift officers to support their moves management activities.Apply Here
Assistant Professor of DanceKennesaw State UniversityKennesaw, GAKennesaw State University invites applications for a 9-month tenure-track Assistant Professor faculty position in The Department of Dance starting August 2022.

We are particularly interested in candidates who can advance the department’s commitment to excellence through diversity, and who can develop curricula with broad perspectives on the field of dance.
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Assistant Professor of DanceKennesaw State UniversityKennesaw, GAKennesaw State University invites applications for a 9-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Dance faculty position the Department of Dance starting August 2022.

We are particularly interested in candidates who can advance the department’s commitment to excellence through diversity, and whose teaching abilities balance existing faculty expertise.
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Business Operations DirectorNCCAkronAkron, OHNCCAkron seeks a Business Operations Director who will serve as the key manager of the
back-office and accounts, as well as direct communications and engagement for a non-profit
arts start-up. This person will become the third full-time person on a five-to-seven-person team
including the Executive/Artistic Director and NCCAkron Programs Manager, Marketing &
Publications Manager, seasonal hires and consultants. This position will take the lead on
internal bookkeeping and office operations while overseeing internal and external
communications and community relationships. They / she / he will work independently with
minimal supervision in a generative and collaborative environment – sometimes asynchronously
and virtually. Must be based in or willing to relocate to the Akron area with employer
assistance.
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PR ManagerHouston BalletHouston, TXAs the Public Relations Manager, you'll maximize Houston Ballet's external presence in the media and assist the Director of Marketing & PR in all projects pertaining to the Marketing and PR department.Apply Here
Archivist Project ManagerHouston BalletHouston, TXHouston Ballet, one of the nations' preeminent ballet companies and ballet academies, has a history spanning more than fifty years. The purpose of the Archive Project is to safeguard the legacy of Houston Ballet and implement systems that will streamline the usage, creation, and storage of archival documents across the organization. The primary components of the project are: 1) completion of inventory of the collection and implementation of a long-term project to create a searchable catalog for archival materials; 2) archival-quality digitization of prioritized analog video materials; and 3) improved systems for accessing and preserving archival materials used in the company's daily activities, including creation of manuals, workflows, and protocols.Apply Here
Costume Shop ManagerPrinceton UniversityPrinceton, New Jersey The Lewis Center for the Arts is seeking a creative and collaborative Costume Shop Manager, with experience in all aspects of costume design and construction. Promote an inclusive, safe work environment; foster a culture of community, equity, diversity, inclusion and anti-racism among staff and guest artists. Foster a dynamic and creative shop environment. The work schedule varies from week t-week, includes nights, and weekends on a regular basis.This is a full-time, academic year position.Apply Here
Operation CoordinatorNW Dance ProjectNW Dance Project’s open Operations Coordinator position is a full-time salaried administrative position with a competitive salary, fully-paid health, vision, and dental insurance benefits, and paid time off.

Primary Responsibilities:

Company Coordination

- Secure, schedule, coordinate, manage, participate in, and serve as liaison for local, national, and international touring engagements

- Arrange travel, transportation, lodging, and logistics for performance engagements

Production and Personnel Support

- Provide general support to Artistic Director, choreographers, Lighting Designer, Costume Designers, Production and Stage Managers, and front of house support for all performances with an emphasis on event functions

- Provide support to the Artistic and Executive Director, and additional staff and contractors

- Picking up or dropping off production and marketing items from storage to performance location; coordination of rental vans, supplies, props, lights to/from theaters/storage

- Generally the first person at a venue and last to leave with production staff

Administrative Duties

- Develop working knowledge of Education and Patron database platforms
- Website management and content updating

- Organizing, re-sizing, distribution of assets to/from suppliers and vendors

- Assist support work for grant submittals and marketing promotions

- Initial point of contact for office technical issues

BIPOC applicants are highly desired.
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Dance in Schools & Communities (DISC) AccompanistSan Francisco BalletSan Francisco, CAUnder supervision of the Education Programs Manager and the Associate Director of Education, this position provides musical
accompaniment that elevates and supports the dance curriculum for SF Ballet's Dance in Schools and Communities (DISC) youth
education programs. DISC Accompanists are committed to working with DISC Dance Teaching Artists to deliver engaging age
appropriate accompaniment that enhances the DISC Residency Program and other classes and workshops for K-12 students. DISC
Accompanists are professional percussionists with experience drumming for dance classes in diverse educational settings for K-12
students.
SF Ballet's Education & Training Department is currently seeking qualified and versatile percussionists to join the education team for the
2021-2022 school year. Teaching assignments will be in-person at SFUSD elementary school sites. We are looking for dedicated
accompanists and teaching artists specializing in various styles of drumming. To better reflect the community we serve, we strive for
diversity in our teaching staff. Interested applicants should visit the SF Ballet website to become familiar with the various DISC programs
https://www.sfballet.org/celebrating-40-years-of-dance-in-schools-and-communities/. Submit resume and cover letter at
http://sfballet.snaphire.com/. Cover letter should include a statement about the candidate's experience in the field of arts education
working with students of various ages and abilities in diverse K-12 educational settings.
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Dance in School & Communities (DISC) Teaching Artist
San Francisco BalletSan Francisco, CAUnder supervision of the Education Programs Manager and the Associate Director of Education, Dance in Schools and Communities
(DISC) Teaching Artists are responsible for conducting high-quality, standards-based, culturally responsive dance education classes
for SF Ballet's DISC residency program and youth education programs. DISC Teaching Artists are committed to learning and teaching
the DISC curriculum and delivering engaging age appropriate dance instruction for Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade students in
diverse educational settings.
SF Ballet's Education & Training Department is currently seeking qualified and versatile dance teaching artists to join the education team
for the 2021-2022 school year. Teaching assignments will be in-person at SFUSD Early Education sites serving PK and TK students, inperson at SFUSD elementary schools serving grades 2-3, and/or at after-school sites serving grades K-5. We are looking for dedicated
dance teaching artists specializing in various styles of dance, including but not limited to ballet, creative movement, and world
dance. Priority will be given to candidates who have completed professional learning with Luna Dance Institute. To better reflect the
community we serve, we strive for diversity in our teaching staff. Interested applicants should visit the SF Ballet website to become
familiar with the various DISC programs https://www.sfballet.org/celebrating-40-years-of-dance-in-schools-and-communities/. Submit
resume and cover letter at http://sfballet.snaphire.com/. Cover letter should include a statement about the candidate's experience in the
field of arts education working with students of various ages and abilities in diverse K-12 educational settings.
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Managing DirectorPerformance GaragePhiladelphia, PAPerformance Garage, a non-profit dance center and theater in Philadelphia, in its 21st year of serving the Philadelphia dance community, seeks a dedicated, organized full-time Managing Director. The Performance Garage serves as a home for dance artists and dance making with classes, rehearsals, and intimate performances. As a non-union, non-university affiliated dance center, the Performance Garage serves a distinct need with the ecosystem of dance in Philadelphia by providing professional, affordable, and modern spaces in a restored 1865 horse stable and carriage house just minutes from Philadelphia’s city center.

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Executive DirectorLouisville BalletLouisville, KYLOUISVILLE BALLET invites qualified candidates to submit applications to become its next Executive Director. The Executive Director is responsible for aligning and strengthening the capacity, resources, and strategy of Louisville Ballet and extending its important position amongst Louisville’s rich performing arts environment. Serving in a co-leadership role with Artistic Director Robert Curran, the next ED will have a proven track record in fundraising, fiscal responsibility, and operational excellence. They will demonstrate a strong commitment to Louisville Ballet’s values of inclusion, diversity, equity, and access, and will build greater audience engagement and donor participation as Louisville Ballet continues to present world-class dance to a supportive, diverse communityApply Here
Executive Director Chicago Dancmakers ForumChicago, ILThe Executive Director (ED) is responsible for leading Chicago Dancemakers Forum to ensure the
fullest expression of its mission and the consistent achievement of its financial objectives. The ED
is responsible for all organizational strategy and planning (Strategic, Programming, Fundraising,
Financial, and Marketing), as well as oversight of all day-to-day business in development,
operations, program expansion, human resources, administration, fundraising, finances, board
governance, public relations, and artistic programs. The ED reports to the board of directors,
oversees all staff, and works in partnership with all key stakeholders.
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Artistic Director Charlotte BalletCharlotte, NC The Artistic Director will provide inspirational leadership and set the organization’s artistic vision with a focus on
collaboration and community engagement. Though the curation of programming for all of Charlotte Ballet, they will
highlight the work of a broad range of ballet and contemporary choreographers to provide performances that are
exciting, varied, and cutting-edge. Reporting to the Board of Trustees in a co-equal position with the Executive
Director, the Artistic Director will serve as a public face and spokesperson for Charlotte Ballet. This individual will
cultivate and deepen relationships by engaging with students, audiences, funders, and community partners,
activating the organization’s growth and reputation locally, nationally, and internationally. The Artistic Director will
collaborate regularly and transparently with all parts of the organization, including staff, faculty, teaching artists, and
Academy students. The Artistic Director will ensure that all artistic decisions are made with a commitment to equity,
diversity, inclusion, and access.
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Assistant Professor, Dance (African Diaspora - TT)University of AkronAkron, OH The University of Akron School of Dance, Theatre, and Arts Administration seeks a dance practitioner in
African Diaspora dance with the skillset to drive UA Dance to new heights. Candidates should possess
expertise in multiple African diasporic dance forms such as hip-hop, African-inspired jazz and / or tap,
contemporary African dance, dances from any region / country in Africa, Afro-Caribbean, street jazz, or
urban dance. This position requires the candidate to possess qualifications for a tenure-track
appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor starting Fall Semester 2021.
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Corporate and Government Relations ManagerPittsburgh Ballet TheatrePittsburgh, PAPBT is seeking a dynamic, entrepreneurial and highly motivated corporate and government relations manager to advance PBT’s mission. This individual builds PBT’s corporate and government support across the spectrum of its programs and departments, creating value for stakeholders by aligning PBT’s brand and mission with investment objectives.Apply Here
Public Relations and Media ManagerPittsburgh Ballet TheatrePittsburgh, PAThe Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre is looking for a wordsmith who can tell the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre story. The public relations and media manager is responsible for general editing and copywriting, managing owned media, collaborating on social media and generating earned media. The media manager works closely with the artistic director, the executive director, the company and press contacts. This position reports to the director of marketing.Apply Here
Vice President, Advancement Atlanta BalletAtlanta, GAThe Vice President, Advancement reports directly to the Executive Director (ED) and manages a team of five Advancement staff, including Individual and Major Gifts, Institutional Giving, and Special Events and collaborates with the Marketing team on marketing-based sponsorships. The Vice President also works in close collaboration with the Artistic Director (AD), Senior Leadership Team, Board of Trustees and other volunteer leadership.Apply Here
Data Entry Assistant – Fundraising Mark Morris Dance GroupBrooklyn, NY The Mark Morris Dance Group seeks a Data Entry Assistant responsible for managing data entry in our Raiser’s Edge database including gift processing, issuing tax receipts, maintaining departmental records, and integrating data from auxiliary databases. This is an exciting opportunity for someone looking to begin their career in the arts and gain an overview of fundraising with an emphasis in database operations. This position is an integral part of a 5-member Development team. Reporting to the Director of Development and supporting the Manager of Institutional Giving, Individual Giving Coordinator, and Membership Assistant, this full-time non-exempt position plays a vital role in supporting the organization’s fundraising efforts by serving as the primary coordinator of interdepartmental data communications to ensure high integrity data imports, exports, and record-keeping. The Data Entry Assistant joins the organization at a pivotal moment as we reimagine how we operate, further embody our core values, and welcome back our community.Apply Here
Office Manager Mark Morris Dance GroupBrooklyn, NY The Mark Morris Dance Group is seeking a full-time innovative, resourceful, and proactive Office Manager to support day-to-day operations of the administrative spaces and serve as a comprehensive resource for the staff, especially as MMDG’s office environment adjusts to accommodating hybrid (on and off-site) work arrangements. The Office Manager’s primary responsibility is to create and manage office systems that enrich the workplace environment for MMDG’s 30+ full-time administrative staff, Mark Morris, and the Mark Morris Dance Group at the Mark Morris Dance Center. The Office Manager serves as reception for MMDG’s 3rd floor administrative office space and is responsible for greeting and directing visitors and answering and redirecting phones calls to staff. Excellent communication skills, the ability to stay adaptable and flexible and the capacity to balance competing priorities are critical to the success of this role. The Office Manager joins the organization at a pivotal moment as we reimagine how we operate, further embody our core values, and welcome back our community. Apply Here
Bursar and Finance Assistant Mark Morris Dance GroupBrooklyn, NY Mark Morris Dance Group seeks a Bursar and Finance Assistant whose primary responsibility is to manage the invoicing and receiving of all revenue for MMDG’s Education and Community Engagement programs which encompasses off-site community programs and Dance Center activities including The School, Space Rentals, and the Dance for PD program. This full-time position plays an integral role as part of a Finance team of five people. The ideal candidate is a detail-oriented individual with strong accounting skills looking to learn and contribute to the non-profit field. The Bursar and Finance Assistant joins the organization at a pivotal moment as we reimagine how we operate, further embody our core values, and welcome back our community. Apply Here
Adult Programs DirectorMark Morris Dance GroupBrooklyn, NY The Mark Morris Dance Group seeks an Adult Programs Director with vision, excellent communication, and inter-personal skills, to join the six-person Education and Community Engagement Department. Reporting to the Director of Education and Community Engagement, the Adult Programs Director leads the planning, design, and implementation of in-person and digital programming, and is responsible for the overall organizational efficiency of the Adult programs at the vibrant, bustling Dance Center and in partnership with community-based organizations focused on adult dance opportunities. With support from the Adult Programs Coordinator, the Adult Programs Director acts as the lead liaison between adult program faculty, adult students, dance rehearsal renters, and the organization, finding points of intersection and cultivating community across the various constituencies. The Adult Programs Director joins the organization at a pivotal moment as we reimagine how we operate, further embody our core values, and welcome back our community. Apply Here
Media Director Robert Moses' KinSan Francisco, CARobert Moses’ KIN (RMK) seeks a Media Director who is a self-starter, flexible, and
comfortable multi-tasking. The role requires someone who can effectively and confidently
contribute to and manage a variety of projects across RMK’s media platforms and collaborate
well with public relations and graphic design contractors. Must have strong marketing and video
editing skills. The successful applicant will work well in multicultural environment and with a
diverse constituency. They will be self-motivated, work well under pressure and be able to
handle several projects at one time. They will have good judgment and ideally, a sense of humor.
While the position is mostly remote, the applicant must be local to the Bay Area for occasional
in-person events.
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Educational Program AdministratorRobert Moses' KinSan Francisco, CARobert Moses’ KIN (RMK) seeks an Educational Program Administrator who is a self-starter,
flexible, and comfortable multi-tasking. The role requires someone who can effectively and
confidently contribute to and manage a variety of projects across RMK’s education and
community engagement programs. The successful applicant will work well in multicultural
environment and with a diverse constituency. They will be self-motivated, work well under
pressure and be able to handle several projects at one time. They will have good judgment and
ideally, a sense of humor. While the position is mostly remote, the applicant must be local to the
Bay Area for occasional in-person site visits/events.
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Administrative CoordinatorRobert Moses' KinSan Francisco, CARobert Moses’ KIN (RMK) seeks an Administrative Coordinator who is a self-starter, flexible,
and comfortable multi-tasking, with excellent communication and writing skills. The role
requires someone who can effectively and confidently contribute to and manage a variety of
projects across RMK’s activities in performance, education, and community engagement. The
successful applicant will work well in multicultural environment and with a diverse constituency.
They will be self-motivated, work well under pressure and be able to handle several projects at
one time. They will have good judgment and ideally, a sense of humor. While the position is
mostly remote, the applicant must be local to the Bay Area for occasional in-person site visits/
events.
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Community Engagement ManagerCincinnati BalletCincinnati, OHCincinnati Ballet’s Community Engagement Manger serves a critical role building and maintaining relationships both internally and externally. They are responsible for launching, managing, overseeing, and implementing new and existing programs that deepen our connection to our community by creating genuine, impactful relationships. The Community Engagement Manager will create and implement enriching experiences that foster current audiences and help build future audiences. This position reports to the Director of Education and Community Engagement while working collaboratively with other internal departments.Apply Here
Wardrobe CoordinatorNevada Ballet TheatreLas Vegas, NVThe Wardrobe Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and maintaining all aspects of the wardrobe department including the costume shop, inventory and inventory storage, costume budget (with Production Manager).Apply Here
Assistant Professor in Dance, Specialization in Music and AccompanimentFlorida State University, College of Fine Arts, School of DanceTallahassee, FLThe Florida State University School of Dance invites applications for a musician, artist, performer
for a full-time tenure track, Assistant Professor of Dance. This position requires specialization in
music theory, composition, and accompaniment for dance. The successful candidate will be a
collaborative, collegial partner prepared to work with our current faculty and staff in preparing our
students for success through an understanding of the integration of performance, scholarly, and
creative activities and disciplines. Musicians with African diasporic percussionist experience are
especially encouraged to apply
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Costume Director Ballet MemphisMemphis, TN Ballet Memphis seeks an experienced, highly organized, self-motivated, and creative individual to
supervise the day-to-day operations of the costume shop and wardrobe department. The Costume
Director is responsible for the overall operations of the shop including design, construction, fitting,
repairing, cleaning, storing, and cataloging all costumes, materials, shoes, and notions. The Costume
Director oversees all aspects of wardrobe and theatrical costumes during the performance season,
including performances by the professional company, Youth Ballet Memphis, and other special events.
This role requires substantial experience in costume design and production, costume shop
supervision, excellent technical, analytical, communication and organizational skills, along with a
refined design perspective and a keen interest in the arts. This position reports to the Artistic Director
and works closely with the Ballet School and organization’s leadership team.
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Development ManagerDance ClevelandCleveland, OHThe Development Manager works with the Executive Director to develop and implement fundraising strategies that support DANCECleveland’s ongoing activities and our future dreams. The Development Manager is responsible for the management and execution of foundation, government, corporate and individual fundraising efforts.Apply Here
Wardrobe Supervisor Tulsa BalletTulsa, OK The Wardrobe Supervisor runs and manages all performances, oversees and assists all dressers and overhire working on a production, and is lead stitcher for all Tulsa Ballet's productions. This can include maintaining, creating, or altering costumes, shoes, and maintaining hair, and make-up looks/designs for productions; creating run tracks; and assisting the Wardrobe department as the Costume Shop Manager sees fit. This position works closely with the Costume Shop Manager, Assistant Costume Shop Manager, The Center for Dance Education, Ballet Mistresses, and Guest Designers including working closely with students.Apply Here
Assistant Stage ManagerPhiladelphia BalletPhiladelphia, PA The Assistant Stage Manager for Philadelphia Ballet is responsible for supporting the production and stage management departments during theater rehearsals and performances including attending production meetings, running rehearsals, clerical organization, and insuring the smooth execution of the performances. Assistant Stage Manager is required to hold union membership in AGMA for work at the Kimmel Center Cultural Campus.Apply Here
Human Resources Coordinator The Joffrey BalletChicago, IL The Human Resources Coordinator is responsible for facilitating HR processes, communicating with
employees, and representing the Joffrey in staff matters. This role is responsible for administrative
support related to compliance, recruitment, new hires, terminations, benefits, and other workplace
programs. The Human Resources Coordinator works closely with the Payroll & Accounts Payable
Coordinator and the rest of the General & Administrative Operations team.
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Ticket and Patron Services Manager San Francisco BalletSan Francisco, CA The Ticket & Patron Services Manager must have a minimum 3-5 years of Tessitura database experience as a super-user and is responsible for managing the overall operation of Ticket & Patron Services, including the set-up of ticketing and web functionality in the Tessitura CRM database.Apply Here
Community Engagement Teaching Artists The Joffrey BalletChicago, IL The Joffrey Community Engagement Teaching Artist (TA) is an independent contractor who teaches
exceptional arts education classes for Chicago Public Schools through in-school programming. We are
looking for TAs who are adaptable, demonstrate knowledge and preparedness, care about all students,
and create a joyful atmosphere. TAs provide instruction in multiple styles of dance including African,
ballet, hip hop, jazz, and Latin. TAs offer highly structured dance experiences, encouraging students to
develop technique, creativity, and life skills. Programs often last the full school year, though shorter
residencies occur. Programs offered throughout the city require no previous dance training from students
and are offered for grades PreK-12.
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Executive Director Rejoice School of balletRejoice School of Ballet embarks on a search for a new Executive Director for the organization’s next chapter. The Executive Director is responsible for the strategic leadership and management of the organization’s mission and goals, as determined by the Board of Directors.

It is a priority for the Executive Director to become familiar with the organization - its history, priorities, values, issues, revenue generation models, and funding strategies - and establish strong working relationships with the board, staff, volunteers, funders, participants, and the public.
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Operations, Marketing, and Archival AnalystMark DeGarmo Dance New York, NY We seek an Operations, Marketing, and Archival Analyst to start immediately to work directly with Mark DeGarmo, PhD, BFA, Founder, Executive and Artistic Director (FEAD). The position is an outstanding opportunity to gain valuable practical professional experience in sustaining, developing, and growing a leading nonprofit dance organization. The 28-hours per week part-time position occurs on-site in the organization’s Lower East Side NYC studio theater and office Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays (8 hours each—8am-4pm) at The Clemente Soto Velez Center and Mondays and Fridays (2 hours each—10-12 noon) remotely. Additional hours required, as needed, for production of performance programs. We can discuss other hours and scheduling options.Apply Here
Artistic DirectorCanyon Concert BalletFort Collins, CO The Artistic Director for CCB provides the creative and artistic leadership for CCB Company in accord with the direction, philosophy, mission and vision of CCB. This is a salaried position and reports to the CCB Board of Directors (BOD). The position is full-time, salaried, exempt, averaging 40 hours/week for an annual salary of $45,000 – $55,000, and is expected to work nights and weekends as needed for organization events.

The Company sees itself as semi-professional in that, while unpaid at this time, eligible dancers are afforded the opportunity to perform in professional quality, full-length ballets and contemporary productions. The Company provides these opportunities to both dancers who love to dance but have chosen different career paths and those who seek a stepping stone to full-time employment in a professional company. The Company endeavors to work with its dancers to provide the most fruitful and equitable relationship possible.
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Technical DirectorAtlanta BalletAtlanta BalletAtlanta Ballet seeks a Technical Director to join our fully vaccinated company as soon as possible. The ideal candidate will have experience leading union crews and planning projects and productions of all sizes. The Technical Director will be a “hands-on” and deeply involved leader throughout the company spanning from facilities to load-out. Success in this position will depend on a high level of organizational skill, multi-tasking with several projects and shows at once, strong leadership qualities and a sense of humor and grace under fire. The position will be nine months seasonal with benefits and salary dependent on experience.

The ideal candidate has a Bachelor’s degree or higher with a concentration in technical theatre and experience with a broad range of technical areas including stage, set, sound, video, and lighting design and implementation, welding and fabrication, stage carpentry, sound reinforcement, and video systems; familiarity with current drafting versions of VectorWorks and/or AutoCAD; capacity to take initiative with project and work independently as well as closely with the team; and the ability to effectively navigate high-stress situations.
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Accountant Mark Morris Dance GroupBrooklyn, NY The Mark Morris Dance Group seeks a full time Accountant to play a vital role providing leadership for a newly expanded 4-person Finance Department. With a current annual operating budget of $8.5 million the organization operates the Mark Morris Dance Center in Brooklyn, NY, home to the internationally renowned Mark Morris Dance Group and MMDG’s Education and Community Engagement Programs. The Accountant is responsible for all aspects of day-to-day accounting activities ensuring complete and accurate recording of transactions in the general ledger and prompt reconciliations; monitoring pledge and receivable collections; processing accounts payable; supervising the Bursar and Finance Assistant; and working with the auditors ensuring overall compliance with accounting/tax pronouncements. The ideal candidate will be a proactive, hands-on forward-thinking leader who, in partnership with the CFO and Finance and Budget Manager, will have responsibility for all aspects of the finance function. The Accountant will join the organization at a pivotal moment as the Dance Group reimagines how we operate, further embodies our core values, and welcomes back our community.Apply Here
Payroll Specialist Mark Morris Dance GroupBrooklyn, NY The Mark Morris Dance Group seeks a full-time Payroll Specialist whose primary responsibility is processing payroll for approximately 140 full time, part time and seasonal employees as well as providing support in benefits coordination and human resource management. This new position is a key member of the HR and Finance team and supports the entire organization, interacting regularly with all hiring managers and supervisors as well as all employees and independent contractors employed by the organization. In addition to superb attention to detail and accuracy, excellent interpersonal and communication skills are critical to the success of this role. Reporting to the Director of People and Culture, the Payroll Specialist joins the organization at a pivotal moment as the Dance Group reimagines how we operate, further embody our core values, and welcome back our community. The Payroll Specialist joins the organization at a pivotal moment as we reimagine how we operate, further embody our core values, and welcome back our community. Apply Here
Adult Programs Coordinator Mark Morris Dance GroupBrooklyn, NY The Mark Morris Dance Group seeks an Adult Programs Coordinator to be a part of a 6-person Education and Community Engagement Department with a primary focus on the Adult programs and related Dance Center activity, including the coordination of the Subsidized Rehearsal Space Program (SRSP). MMDG’s Education and Community Engagement Programs reflect the spirit of the Mark Morris Dance Group in its celebration of dance and music. We believe that dance is for anybody and aim to provide excellent dance and music experiences for all ages, levels of experience, with and without disabilities. We offer a diverse range of classes, both in-person and online, and strive to be a center of artistic exploration for children and families, community members and professional dancers. Reporting to the Adult Programs Director, the Adult Programs Coordinator joins the organization at a pivotal moment as the Dance Group reimagines how we operate, further embodies our core values, and welcomes back our community. Apply Here
Director of Community EngagementMiami City BalletMiami, FLReporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Community Engagement will be a key member of MCB’s senior leadership team. The successful candidate will develop a comprehensive and innovative community engagement strategy that manages and expands educational initiatives to include participants from all backgrounds across Miami Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties. With a focus on restoring programs that had been paused due to the global pandemic, this individual will also create and oversee new initiatives. The Director of Community Engagement will evaluate all programs to measure their effectiveness and ensure optimal impact. By deepening existing community relationships with local arts and education organizations, as well as forming new partnerships with other entities, this individual will position MCB at the forefront of the national dialogue about arts education, relevance, and accessibility for disenfranchised community members. The Director of Community Engagement will also collaborate with departmental colleagues, board members, and volunteers by providing guidance and assistance with funding applications, marketing initiatives, donor cultivation events, and MCB School programs.Apply Here
Director of Development A.I.M by Kyle AbrahamNew York, NY A.I.M by Kyle Abraham seeks an experienced, creative, and strategic Director of Development to
join its growing staff. The Director of Development (DoD) is a strategic and experienced fundraising
professional, responsible for moving A.I.M’s fundraising practices to the next level by developing
and leading a dynamic and measurable approach to contributed revenue, and special events that
are authentic to A.I.M’s culture and mission. The DoD will work to raise considerable funds to
support operations, long-range institutional growth, and programming activities. As the company is
in a significant period of growth, this position will play an integral role in the company’s continued
success and progression.
The Director reports to the Executive Director, supervises and mentors the Development Manager,
and collaborates closely with the Artistic Director, Finance Manager, the Communications and
Marketing team, and the Board of Directors.
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Audition Opportunities

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Company Artists for our 2022 Season
Groundworks DanceCleveland, OHFull time (25-30 hours a week)
Position Dates: January 2022 – May 2022 with possibility of extension
Benefits Offered: Health Insurance, Paid Time Off, Company Class, and Shoe Allowance
Applicants must be a United States citizen or hold a valid Green Card.
First round of applications will take place through electronic submission.
Applicants will be notified by email if they are invited to an in-person work session on Friday, October 29 in Cleveland, OH.
Submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis or until position(s) are filled.
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The Mark Morris Dance Group Auditions The Mark Morris Dance GroupNew York, NY The Mark Morris Dance Group is looking for one female identifying dancer to join the company (beginning January 10, 2022) and 12 additional dancers of any gender to perform in L’Allergro il Penseroso ed il Moderato (must be available March 14 through 27, 2022 in New York City.)
Auditions are booked on a first-come, first-served basis; we will contact you via email to confirm an appointment time.
Auditionees must provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 and be eligible to work in the United States.
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Olympic Ballet Theatre, 2021-2022 SeasonOlympic Ballet TheatreEdmonds, WAOlympic Ballet Theatre in Edmonds, Washington, is seeking dancers for its 2021-2022 performance season. Positions are open for female and male lead dancers, male corps de ballet dancers, and trainees. Trainees must be age 18+ or a high school graduate. Contract is for 20 weeks of employment; includes shoes.

Please submit headshot, photo in arabesque, resume, and class or performance video footage. Positions are open until filled. Must have United States work authorization.

For more info or to submit materials, please email OBT Artistic Directors at mara@nullolympicballet.org and oleg@nullolympicballet.org. No audition fee required.
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Audition for Winter/Spring Touring SeasonViver Brasil Dance CompanyLos Angeles, CAViver Brasil will hold auditions for dancers in preparation for its 2022 Winter/Spring touring season. Virtual auditions will take place at 10am PST, September 25, 2021 via Zoom. Viver Brasil is seeking professional level male and female dancers with strong performance experience and training in Afro-Brazilian, African Diasporic dance forms and advanced contemporary dance technique. Viver Brasil’s winter/spring season includes opportunities for travel/touring, paid rehearsals and performances, and continued training. Audition Applications are due by September 7, 2021Apply Here
Company & Apprentice Male Dancers

Nevada BalletLas Vegas, NVInternational Audition Pre-Selection Guidelines

An applicant would be required to submit the following material only:

A video with no introduction or fancy editing, consisting of the following performing in tight fitting dance attire for men:

A short classical variation drawn from the standard repertoire.
A short contemporary variation (that could consist of something drawn from repertoire, phrases from classwork or an applicant-created work) that illustrates the applicant’s command of a range of movement different from that demonstrated in the classical variation.
3-5 minutes of barre work, incorporating both sides, danced in soft shoes by male applicants.
3-5 minutes of centre work that includes adagio, pirouettes, petit and grand allegro.
A CV
A headshot
2-3 dance photos that reveal the dancer’s body proportions and line
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Atlanta Ballet Company AuditionAtlanta BalletAtlanta, GAAtlanta Ballet is seeking professional dancers of various experience for the 21-22 season. The height ranges for dancers are - Female dancer from 5.3 to 5.6 and Male dancer 5.7 and up. Must have strong classical technique and experience performing roles with professional companies. Auditioning dancers must be fully vaccinated.Apply Here
Male Ballet AuditionChattanooga BalletChattanooga, TNChattanooga Ballet is seeking a male ballet dancer for its 2021-22 season. Contracts are 40 weeks with very competitive pay. Applications can be sent to Artistic Director, Brian McSween, bmcsween@nullchattballet.orgContact Artistic Director, Brian McSween, for more information

Fire Shut Up in My Bones AuditionMetropolitan OperaNew York, NYChoreographer Camille A. Brown is seeking dancers for the new production of Fire Shut Up in My Bones at the Metropolitan Opera in the 2021/22 season. It is a co-production with LA Opera, to be performed first at The Metropolitan Opera.Apply Here

Audition Open Dance ProjectHouston, TXOpen Dance Project seeks advanced contemporary dancers with demonstrated interest and experience in improvisation, composition, pedagogy, and collaborative community building for Company Contracts for the 2021/2022 Season.Apply Here

Company AuditionsSacramento BalletVirtualSacramento Ballet seeks male and female apprentices for the 21-22 season. All applicant auditions will be held virtually with no fees.

Sacramento Ballet is committed to the principle
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Fellowship Opportunities

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Artistic Fellowship PositionAmy Seiwert's ImagerySan Francisco-based Contemporary Ballet Company Amy Seiwert’s Imagery is accepting applications for our two-year Artistic Fellowship Position.

Amy Seiwert’s Imagery (ASI) launched the Artistic Fellowship position in 2018 to address a gap within the ballet field. The Fellowship supports dance artists who strive to be the next generation of choreographic leaders in our field. The Fellowship supports the jump from a performing career to an artist’s next step. ASI’s Artistic Fellowship provides emerging choreographers with artistic and arts administrative mentorship, tools, and experience.
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FellowshipThe Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton UniversityPrinceton Arts Fellows, funded in part by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, will be awarded to artists whose achievements have been recognized as demonstrating extraordinary promise in any area of artistic practice and teaching. The Lewis Center is designed to put the creative and performing arts at the heart of the Princeton experience.

Applicants should be early career composers, conductors, musicians, choreographers, visual artists, film makers, poets, novelists, playwrights, designers, directors and performance artists -- this list is not meant to be exhaustive -- who would find it beneficial to spend two years working in an artistically vibrant university community. The department is committed to fostering an academic environment that acknowledges and encourages diversity and differences. The successful candidate will pursue academic excellence in diverse, multicultural, and inclusive settings.

Fellowships are for two academic years. An $86,000 salary for each year is included. Fellows will be in residence for academic years 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 at Princeton, interacting with our students, faculty and staff as part of the Lewis Center for the Arts and the Department of Music. The normal work assignment will be to teach one course each semester subject to approval by the Dean of the Faculty, but Fellows may be asked to take on an artistic assignment in lieu of a class, such as directing a play or creating a dance with students. Applicants are not required to have prior teaching experience and although the teaching load is light, our expectation is that Fellows will be full and active members of our community, committed to frequent and engaged interactions with students during the academic year. Princeton Arts Fellows may not hold concurrent teaching positions at other institutions for the duration of the fellowship.

This Fellowship cannot be used to fund work leading to a Ph.D. or any other advanced degree. Holders of Ph.D. degrees from Princeton are not eligible to apply. Applicants can only apply for the Princeton Arts Fellowship twice in a lifetime.
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FellowshipThe Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton UniversityThe Lewis Center is designed to put the creative and performing arts at the heart of the Princeton experience.

Open to artists of exceptional promise to pursue independent projects at Princeton University during the 2022-2023 academic year. Potential Hodder Fellows are composers, choreographers, performance artists, visual artists, translators, writers or other kinds of artists or humanists who are selected more ""for promise than for performance"" and have ""much more than ordinary intellectual and literary gifts"" as traditionally defined. Hodder Fellows spend an academic year at Princeton, but no formal teaching is involved. An $86,000 stipend is provided for this 10-month appointment as a Visiting Fellow. Fellowships are not intended to fund work leading to an advanced degree. The Lewis Center is committed to fostering an academic environment that acknowledges and encourages diversity and differences. The successful candidate will pursue academic excellence in diverse, multicultural, and inclusive settings.
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Internship Opportunities

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Digital Communications and Events InternDancing ClassroomsNew York, NYThe Digital Communications & Events Intern is a part-time position working mostly remotely, with limited
in-person hours for capturing content and assisting with our development events. This position will be
responsible for contributing to engagement, research, and content for the organization's social media
platforms and digital space (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, LinkedIn, Vimeo, Youtube). This
includes engaging with and reporting about our online community, assisting in brainstorming and
scheduling posts, researching current trends, light editing if applicable, collaborating to collect assets
that strengthen our messaging (capturing some in-person content), and Youtube and Vimeo
organization. Additionally, this internship position will have the unique opportunity to be an integral part
of our special fundraising events strategy, by assisting with logistics coordination, day-of event
preparation, event promotion, in-kind donation research, prospect research, and working closely with
the Communications Manager and Development Director on other tasks as needed.
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Last updated on September 10, 2021