All IRT patrons attending public performances must continue to show a photo ID and proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 PCR test (administered no more than 72 hours prior to the performance), in addition to wearing a mask. This is consistent with the commitments we have made with our artists, staff, and audiences to ensure their safety. 
 
For Steel Magnolias, we will allow concessions in the Theatre, and the balcony seating area will now be a mask-optional area. Please see our full Health & Safety information and policies on our FAQs page.

Employment & Auditions

We are proud of the exceptional team that supports our work onstage, offstage, and in our community. Our dedicated staff works to ensure Indiana audiences experience world-class theatre that is accessible, relevant, and reflects the many people and cultures of our state. 

The IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming Theatre that celebrates diversity in all areas of our work. Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply. This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender and non-binary candidates.  

Assistant Master Electrician
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POSITION TITLE:  Assistant Master Electrician

CREATED:  April 2022

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE:   Master Electrician

FLSA STATUS: Seasonal Non-Exempt

  SALARY: Starts at $17/hour, DOE

     DATES: 8.15.22- 4.23.23

 

ABOUT INDIANA REPERTORY THEATRE
The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) was founded in 1972 and is the only theatre in Indiana to belong to the League of Resident Theatres (LORT).  The IRT currently produces seven productions annually across two stages (the OneAmerica Mainstage and the Upperstage) for diverse audiences. The repertoire includes work varying from world premieres to classics. The IRT serves audiences of multiple generations including students from third through twelfth grade. With a significant endowment, the IRT has relative financial stability and is debt free. Following many decades of diverse programming, the IRT leadership, in the past four years, has focused on further diversifying its staff and board, including ongoing anti-racist training for all. 

MISSION
Live theatre connects us to meaningful issues in our lives and has the power to shape the human experience. The mission of the Indiana Repertory Theatre is to produce top-quality, professional theatre and related activities, providing experiences that will engage, surprise, challenge, and entertain people throughout their lifetimes, helping us build a vital and vibrant community. 

VISION
The Indiana Repertory Theatre will be a life-long destination of choice for an ever-expanding audience of all ages and backgrounds seeking enjoyable and meaningful experiences. Using theatre as a springboard for both personal reflection and community discussion, our productions and programs will inspire our neighbors to learn about themselves and others. As an arts leader in the state of Indiana, the IRT's goal is to make Indiana a dynamic home of cultural expression, economic vitality, and a diverse, informed, and engaged citizenry. 

COMMITMENT TO CREATING AND SUPPORTING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE
The IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming Theatre that celebrates diversity in all areas of our work.  Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.  This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender, and non-binary candidates.   

ABOUT INDIANAPOLIS

Located in the heart of Indiana, Indianapolis is a vibrant city to live, work, and play. Indy, as the locals call it, is touted as the Crossroads of America, and you will feel the Midwest vibe as soon as you arrive.

Ranked 16th in the United States in city size with a population close to 878,000, Indy is big enough to explore neighborhoods and the surrounding area on the weekends and cozy enough to call home. The Indiana Repertory Theatre is in the heart of downtown in the historic Indiana Theatre building, located steps away from the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Downtown Indianapolis is convenient for walking and biking and is easily navigable by IndyGo bus or car.

In addition to a thriving arts and cultural scene featuring the Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indy is known for the Indianapolis 500, a myriad of sports teams including the Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, and Indianapolis Indians, and a bustling music and diverse restaurant scene. Did we mention a welcoming and convenient airport? The Indianapolis International Airport has been named the best airport in North America in 2012-2020 by Airports Council International.

Indy offers something for everyone in terms of affordable living for both home buying and renting.  But don’t take our word for it:

  • Forbes recently named Indianapolis as America’s Best City for Renters
  • Good Housekeeping named Indy one of the Best Cities for First-Time Homeowners in the U.S.
  • Learn more: Life in Indy and Downtown Indy


And, Indy is a beautiful destination for residents and visitors alike:

  • Condé Nast Traveler named Indy one of Best Places to Go in 2021
  • Travel + Leisure names Indy one of the Best Places to Travel in 2021
  • Reader’s Digest named Indy one of the best American cities for Live Music

Learn more:  Visit Indy

 

POSITION PURPOSE
The Assistant Master Electrician will provide assistance to the Master Electrician in areas of planning, supervision, installation, strike, department maintenance, training, and other educational tasks.

 

POSITION FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assisting the Master Electrician with the planning, supervision, installation, and strike of the IRT productions including special projects undertaken by the IRT, space rentals, and theatre rentals.
  • Research and development of new techniques, processes, and materials for the execution of lighting designs.
  • Locating, ordering, and acquiring of materials and equipment needed for the electrics department.
  • Programming and associated research necessary for console operations and cuing of productions.
  • The running of maintenance of shows as assigned by the Master Electrician
  • Hiring of over-hire labor and maintenance of the shop over-hire list.
  • Assisting and supervising load-ins, focuses, and note sessions.
  • Maintaining the shop tools, equipment, and safety equipment in good working order, working independently on special projects as assigned by the Master Electrician.
  • Supervising and assisting in the evaluation of staff electricians, including assisting in education, training, and executing basic safety procedures.
  • Perform such tasks, services, duties, and responsibilities in accordance with IRT policies, rules, regulations, and instructions now in force or which may be adopted from time to time during Employee’s employment at the IRT.

OTHER FUNCTIONS

  • Other duties as determined by the Master Electrician, Production Manager, General Manager, and Artistic Director.

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience:

  • 3-5 years of experience in theatrical lighting.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES 
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Knowledge of ETC EOS and GIO, ION, and NOMAD platforms.
  • Ability to assist in problem solving and project planning.
  • Ability to work in a team and maintain a positive attitude.
  • Ability to collaborate with fellow staff and free-lance artists.
  • Basic knowledge of theatrical dimming systems.
  • Basic knowledge of carpentry, soldering, follow spot operation, fly systems, trusses, Net 3 and LED equipment a plus.
  • Ability to work nights and weekends.

 

HEALTH & SAFETY

  • COVID-19 vaccination and proof of vaccination are required for employment at the IRT.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those an individual must meet in order to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Ability to transport 50 pounds.
  • This position frequently communicates with groups of people in open areas.
  • This position consistently works in darkened environments.
  • This position constantly communicates with other collaborators via wired intercom systems.
  • This position consistently positions self to assist with lighting system installs that includes, stooping, kneeling, or crouching.
  • This position frequently ascends/descends stairs and ladders.
  • This position consistently works on ladders and in elevated positions
  • This position frequently ascends/descends ladders and personnel lifts.
  • This position is often required to wear fall-arrest equipment
     

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION
Please send a cover letter and resume with three references to ProductionJobs@irtlive.com.  Please include the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line. You may also mail them to the Indiana Repertory Theatre ATTN: Production Manager, 140 W Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204.

 

Audience Development Manager
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POSITION TITLE:  Audience Development Manager

CREATED:  April 2022

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE:  Director of Marketing & Sales

FLSA STATUS:  Exempt

 

ABOUT INDIANA REPERTORY THEATRE
The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) was founded in 1972 and is the only theatre in Indiana to belong to the League of Resident Theatres (LORT).  The IRT currently produces seven productions annually across two stages (the OneAmerica Mainstage and the Upperstage) for diverse audiences. The repertoire includes work varying from world premieres to classics. The IRT serves audiences of multiple generations including students from third through twelfth grade. With a significant endowment, the IRT has relative financial stability and is debt free. Following many decades of diverse programming, the IRT leadership, in the past four years, has focused on further diversifying its staff and board, including ongoing anti-racist training for all. 

MISSION
Live theatre connects us to meaningful issues in our lives and has the power to shape the human experience. The mission of the Indiana Repertory Theatre is to produce top-quality, professional theatre and related activities, providing experiences that will engage, surprise, challenge, and entertain people throughout their lifetimes, helping us build a vital and vibrant community. 

VISION
The Indiana Repertory Theatre will be a life-long destination of choice for an ever-expanding audience of all ages and backgrounds seeking enjoyable and meaningful experiences. Using theatre as a springboard for both personal reflection and community discussion, our productions and programs will inspire our neighbors to learn about themselves and others. As an arts leader in the state of Indiana, the IRT's goal is to make Indiana a dynamic home of cultural expression, economic vitality, and a diverse, informed, and engaged citizenry. 

COMMITMENT TO CREATING AND SUPPORTING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE
The IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming Theatre that celebrates diversity in all areas of our work. Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.  This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender, and non-binary candidates.   

ABOUT INDIANAPOLIS

Located in the heart of Indiana, Indianapolis is a vibrant city to live, work, and play. Indy, as the locals call it, is touted as the Crossroads of America, and you will feel the Midwest vibe as soon as you arrive.

Ranked 16th in the United States in city size with a population close to 878,000, Indy is big enough to explore neighborhoods and the surrounding area on the weekends and cozy enough to call home. The Indiana Repertory Theatre is in the heart of downtown in the historic Indiana Theatre building, located steps away from the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Downtown Indianapolis is convenient for walking and biking and is easily navigable by IndyGo bus or car.

In addition to a thriving arts and cultural scene featuring the Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indy is known for the Indianapolis 500, a myriad of sports teams including the Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, and Indianapolis Indians, and a bustling music and diverse restaurant scene. Did we mention a welcoming and convenient airport? The Indianapolis International Airport has been named the best airport in North America in 2012-2020 by Airports Council International.

Indy offers something for everyone in terms of affordable living for both home buying and renting.  But don’t take our word for it:

  • Forbes recently named Indianapolis as America’s Best City for Renters
  • Good Housekeeping named Indy one of the Best Cities for First-Time Homeowners in the U.S.
  • Learn more: Life in Indy and Downtown Indy


And, Indy is a beautiful destination for residents and visitors alike:

  • Condé Nast Traveler named Indy one of Best Places to Go in 2021
  • Travel + Leisure names Indy one of the Best Places to Travel in 2021
  • Reader’s Digest named Indy one of the best American cities for Live Music

Learn more:  Visit Indy

 

POSITION PURPOSE
The Audience Development Manager develops, manages, and tracks marketing functions for all season ticket campaigns, developing the future sustainable audience of the Theatre’s Signature Six series.  Representative duties include planning, budgeting, advertising, promotion, tracking, and reporting results across multiple sales channels. Identifies and implements best practices in audience engagement.

 

POSITION FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Collaborate with the Director of Marketing & Sales to develop strategies, pricing, and revenue goals.
  • Plan marketing strategies and implement best practices to maximize income from fixed seated and flexible season ticket packages.
  • Plan audience engagement strategies and campaigns to attract and retain patrons across product lines.
  • Clearly communicate campaign timelines, packages and pricing, and train and message season ticket sales campaign to internal and external constituents.
  • Monitor campaigns, analyze sales activities/trends and report results.
  • Collaborate with members of the Marketing team to develop advertising collateral/materials (print, electronic, and digital).
  • Write and edit programmatic and promotional copy for print collateral, website and other channels for season ticket and groups campaigns
  • Strategize and communicate with IRT Ticket Office to implement inbound contact protocol and order fulfillment procedures that increase patron acquisition, retention, and average spend per household.
  • Work with the Development department on the patron path, constantly monitoring leads to be used by Telemarketing and Telefunding, in addition to creating and communicating benefits that best suit the season ticket holder.
  • Work with Telemarketing to coordinate outbound contact strategies and promotions.
  • Supply Telemarketing leads across single ticket buyers, season renewals and acquisitions.
  • Determine best practices for lead generation and database efficiencies.
  • Monitor best practices of other theatre and entertainment organizations in the sales of season and single tickets including web seminars.
  • Plan and execute a number of events including happy hours and events throughout the season for our season ticket holders.
  • Manage sponsorships and partnerships across food, beverage, tickets, and hotels.
  • Serve as IRT Marketing representation at various events to develop and maintain audience relationships.

OTHER FUNCTIONS

  • Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) work is critical in supporting our mission. IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming theatre through meaningful, action-oriented education. All staff are required to participate in facilitated trainings, community readings and conversations, and anti-bias trainings. We expect employees to apply these learnings in all areas of our work at the theatre. Creating an anti-racist culture follows our core company values.
  • Work with other departments within the organization and vendors as appropriate.
  • Provides guidance to Ticket Office Representatives, Telecommunication agents, and interns.
  • Other duties as determined by the Director of Marketing & Sales

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience:

  • Four-year degree and 4+ years of relevant professional work experience in marketing, sales or communication.
  • Advertising, direct response marketing, communications, event management and fundraising experience is preferred.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES 
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Excellent verbal and communication and writing skills.
  • Knowledge of theatre and appreciation of the arts.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of direct mail, telemarketing, email, mobile, and social marketing strategies and best practices.
  • Understanding of latest technologies and capabilities related to implementing campaigns.
  • Demonstrated ease with using databases and analytical tools/spreadsheets to perform analyses. Execute marketing strategies and communicate results.
  • Experience with Tessitura.
  • Possess a positive work attitude, initiative, attention to detail, follow-through, and strong communication skills.
  • Exceptional time management.

 

HEALTH & SAFETY

  • COVID-19 vaccination and proof of vaccination are required for employment at the IRT.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those an individual must meet in order to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Constantly operates a computer and other office machinery.
  • Must occasionally communicate and express oneself with, staff, donors, business & civic leaders in person, over the telephone or other electronic communication device.
  • Must be able to sit at a work station for extended periods of time.
  • Must be able to maneuver behind and around the stage and throughout the theatre to conduct business during rehearsals and performances.
     

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION
Please submit cover letter and resume to Danielle M. Dove, Director of Marketing & Sales at ddove@irtlive.com, Subject: Audience Development Manager position. Application deadline: May 23, 2022. Position will remain open until filled with a qualified candidate.

 

Audio Video Engineer
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POSITION TITLE:  Audio Video Engineer

CREATED:  April 2022

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE:  Resident Sound Designer

FLSA STATUS:  Seasonal Non-Exempt

  SALARY: Starts at $15/hour, DOE

     DATES: 8.22.22- 4.23.23

 

ABOUT INDIANA REPERTORY THEATRE
The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) was founded in 1972 and is the only theatre in Indiana to belong to the League of Resident Theatres (LORT).  The IRT currently produces seven productions annually across two stages (the OneAmerica Mainstage and the Upperstage) for diverse audiences. The repertoire includes work varying from world premieres to classics. The IRT serves audiences of multiple generations including students from third through twelfth grade. With a significant endowment, the IRT has relative financial stability and is debt free. Following many decades of diverse programming, the IRT leadership, in the past four years, has focused on further diversifying its staff and board, including ongoing anti-racist training for all. 

MISSION
Live theatre connects us to meaningful issues in our lives and has the power to shape the human experience. The mission of the Indiana Repertory Theatre is to produce top-quality, professional theatre and related activities, providing experiences that will engage, surprise, challenge, and entertain people throughout their lifetimes, helping us build a vital and vibrant community. 

VISION
The Indiana Repertory Theatre will be a life-long destination of choice for an ever-expanding audience of all ages and backgrounds seeking enjoyable and meaningful experiences. Using theatre as a springboard for both personal reflection and community discussion, our productions and programs will inspire our neighbors to learn about themselves and others. As an arts leader in the state of Indiana, the IRT's goal is to make Indiana a dynamic home of cultural expression, economic vitality, and a diverse, informed, and engaged citizenry. 

COMMITMENT TO CREATING AND SUPPORTING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE
The IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming Theatre that celebrates diversity in all areas of our work.  Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.  This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender, and non-binary candidates.   

ABOUT INDIANAPOLIS

Located in the heart of Indiana, Indianapolis is a vibrant city to live, work, and play. Indy, as the locals call it, is touted as the Crossroads of America, and you will feel the Midwest vibe as soon as you arrive.

Ranked 16th in the United States in city size with a population close to 878,000, Indy is big enough to explore neighborhoods and the surrounding area on the weekends and cozy enough to call home. The Indiana Repertory Theatre is in the heart of downtown in the historic Indiana Theatre building, located steps away from the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Downtown Indianapolis is convenient for walking and biking and is easily navigable by IndyGo bus or car.

In addition to a thriving arts and cultural scene featuring the Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indy is known for the Indianapolis 500, a myriad of sports teams including the Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, and Indianapolis Indians, and a bustling music and diverse restaurant scene. Did we mention a welcoming and convenient airport? The Indianapolis International Airport has been named the best airport in North America in 2012-2020 by Airports Council International.

Indy offers something for everyone in terms of affordable living for both home buying and renting.  But don’t take our word for it:

  • Forbes recently named Indianapolis as America’s Best City for Renters
  • Good Housekeeping named Indy one of the Best Cities for First-Time Homeowners in the U.S.
  • Learn more: Life in Indy and Downtown Indy


And, Indy is a beautiful destination for residents and visitors alike:

  • Condé Nast Traveler named Indy one of Best Places to Go in 2021
  • Travel + Leisure names Indy one of the Best Places to Travel in 2021
  • Reader’s Digest named Indy one of the best American cities for Live Music

Learn more:  Visit Indy

 

POSITION PURPOSE
As Audio Video Engineer, you are responsible for assisting the implementation and execution of the audio and video environment for the production, in addition to tending to departmental needs and improvements.

 

POSITION FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintaining both the Mainstage and Upperstage primary sound and video systems as well as all secondary systems including: distributed monitoring system, video monitoring, ClearCom and Telex, paging systems, and all support systems (rehearsal room, Cabaret, Grand Lobby, temporary/portable systems, etc.).
  • Program playback, mix and operate the sound system for all productions assigned.
  • Generate documentation for productions.  This includes: Signal flow, show-run labels, processing, cueing notes, cue sheets, and archives.
  • Facilitate technical and artistic needs of Sound Designers for related shows and events. This includes, but is not limited to, load in, assembling, rigging, and configuring sound and video systems, crafting specialty sound devices, basic audio editing and recording, troubleshooting and problem solving.
  • Maintaining and upgrading the audio department Mac & Dante networks.
  • Required to attend all mandatory meetings, rehearsals, technical rehearsals, and other functions as assigned.
  • Perform such tasks, services, duties, and responsibilities in accordance with IRT policies, rules, regulations, and instructions now in force or which may be adopted from time to time during Employee’s employment at the IRT.

OTHER FUNCTIONS

  • Other duties as determined by Resident Sound Designer and Production Manager.

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience:

  • Experience with audio for live theatre.
  • Experience with video projections.
  • Professional experience or degree in audio technology/theatre technology.
  • Ability to work in a team and maintain a positive attitude.
  • Ability to collaborate with fellow staff and free-lance artists.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES 
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Knowledge of signal flow, gain structure, and placement of large format sound systems.
  • Familiarity with QLab software.
  • Familiarity with digital and analog audio consoles, video systems, recording, editing and reinforcement.
  • Familiarity with Mac and network functionality.
  • Ability to work nights and weekends.

 

HEALTH & SAFETY

  • COVID-19 vaccination and proof of vaccination are required for employment at the IRT.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those an individual must meet in order to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Ability to transport 50 pounds.
  • This position frequently communicates with groups of people in open areas.
  • This position consistently works in darkened environments.
  • This position frequently ascends/descends ladders and personnel lifts and works at height.
  • This position constantly communicates with other collaborators via wired intercom systems.
  • This position consistently positions self to install audio and video systems by stooping, kneeling, or crouching.
  • This position frequently ascends/descends stairs.
     

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION
Please send a cover letter and resume with three references to ProductionJobs@irtlive.com.  Please include the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line. You may also mail them to the Indiana Repertory Theatre ATTN: Production Manager, 140 W Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204.

 

Business Manager
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POSITION TITLE: Business Manager

CREATED: May 2022

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE: Director of Finance

FLSA STATUS: Exempt, full-time

 

 

ABOUT INDIANA REPERTORY THEATRE

The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) was founded in 1972 and is the only theatre in Indiana to belong to the League of Resident Theatres (LORT). Historically, the IRT has produced nine productions annually across three stages (the OneAmerica Mainstage, the Upperstage, and the Cabaret) for diverse audiences. The repertoire includes work varying from world premieres to classics. The IRT serves audiences of multiple generations including students from pre-school through twelfth grade. With a significant endowment, the IRT is financially stable and looks forward to many more years of creating art for the Indianapolis community. Following many decades of diverse programming, the IRT leadership, in the past three years, has focused on further diversifying its staff and board, including ongoing anti-racist training for all. 

MISSION

Live theatre connects us to meaningful issues in our lives and has the power to shape the human experience. The mission of the Indiana Repertory Theatre is to produce top-quality, professional theatre and related activities, providing experiences that will engage, surprise, challenge, and entertain people throughout their lifetimes, helping us build a vital and vibrant community. 

VISION

The Indiana Repertory Theatre will be a life-long destination of choice for an ever-expanding audience of all ages and backgrounds seeking enjoyable and meaningful experiences. Using theatre as a springboard for both personal reflection and community discussion, our productions and programs will inspire our neighbors to learn about themselves and others. As an arts leader in the state of Indiana, the IRT's goal is to make Indiana a dynamic home of cultural expression, economic vitality, and a diverse, informed, and engaged citizenry. 

COMMITMENT TO CREATING AND SUPPORTING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE

The IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming Theatre that celebrates diversity in all areas of our work.  Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.  This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender, and non-binary candidates. 

ABOUT INDIANAPOLIS

Located in the heart of Indiana, Indianapolis is a vibrant city to live, work, and play. Indy, as the locals call it, is touted as the Crossroads of America, and you will feel the Midwest vibe as soon as you arrive.

Ranked 16th in the United States in city size with a population close to 878,000, Indy is big enough to explore neighborhoods and the surrounding area on the weekends and cozy enough to call home. The Indiana Repertory Theatre is in the heart of downtown in the historic Indiana Theatre building, located steps away from the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Downtown Indianapolis is convenient for walking and biking and is easily navigable by IndyGo bus or car.

In addition to a thriving arts and cultural scene featuring the Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indy is known for the Indianapolis 500, a myriad of sports teams including the Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, and Indianapolis Indians, and a bustling music and diverse restaurant scene. Did we mention a welcoming and convenient airport? The Indianapolis International Airport has been named the best airport in North America in 2012-2020 by Airports Council International.

Indy offers something for everyone in terms of affordable living for both home buying and renting. But don’t take our word for it:

  • Forbes recently named Indianapolis as America’s Best City for Renters
  • Good Housekeeping named Indy one of the Best Cities for First-Time Homeowners in the U.S.
  • Learn more: Life in Indy and Downtown Indy

And, Indy is a beautiful destination for residents and visitors alike:

  • Condé Nast Traveler named Indy one of Best Places to Go in 2021
  • Travel + Leisure names Indy one of the Best Places to Travel in 2021
  • Reader’s Digest named Indy one of the Best American Cities for Live Music

Learn more: Visit Indy


POSITION PURPOSE

The Business Manager is responsible for managing the Accounts Payable process, and reviewing, entering and monitoring all entries to the General Ledger, preparing reconciliations, facilitating the monthly close, and providing reports/assistance to the Director of Finance as needed.

 

POSITION FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Review & confirm posting of all daily deposits
  • Prepare invoices and maintain A/R ledger for rentals and other theater activity
  • Review A/P submissions for proper account classification and approvals
  • Prepare A/P checks
  • Reconcile and post ticket sales for all performances at the theater
  • Create weekly Royalty Reports associated with play rights
  • Reconcile and record investment activity (monthly)
  • Prepare Gift Shop cost of goods sold entry and post to G/L (Monthly)
  • Prepare and enter all reoccurring and non-standard monthly entries 
  • Reconcile contribution reporting between G/L and Development (Tessitura)
  • Prepare and assist monthly with the reconciliation of all balance sheet accounts
  • Maintain fixed asset and depreciation schedules
  • Prepare and send annual 1099’s 
  • Assist outside auditors with tasks related to the annual audit

 

OTHER FUNCTIONS

  • Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) work is critical in supporting our mission. IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming theatre through meaningful, action-oriented education. All staff are required to participate in facilitated trainings, community readings and conversations, and anti-bias trainings.  We expect employees to apply these learnings in all areas of our work at the theatre. Creating an anti-racist culture follows our core company values.
  • Review with House Management all space rentals and catering agreements to ensure proper documents are on hand (contracts, insurance, ATC approval of donated alcohol etc.)
  • Serve as backup related to payroll and benefit activity
  • Other duties as determined by the Director of Finance

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience. 

  • Bachelor’s degree or above in accounting or finance, or equivalent experience.  
  • At least 3 years of progressive experience in a finance environment, non-profit experience preferred

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Excellent organizational capabilities
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment with frequent interruptions
  • Ability to handle multiple deadlines and multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Ability and desire to work in a team-structured, informal, open environment. The Theatre's corporate culture is one that values equally the quality of our work, the quality of how we work (the process), and our collaborative management style
  • Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and experience with general ledger software preferred
  • Passion for the arts

 

HEALTH AND SAFETY

  • COVID-19 vaccination and proof of vaccination are required for employment at the IRT.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those an individual must meet in order to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Constantly operates a computer and other office machinery
  • Must be able to sit or stand in a stationary position for long periods of time

 

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION

Please submit cover letter and resume to Jeffrey Bledsoe, Director of Finance at jbledsoe@irtlive.com. Subject: Business Manager Position. Application deadline: May 31st, 2022.

 

Carpenter
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POSITION TITLE:  Carpenter

CREATED:  April 2022

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE:  Technical Director

FLSA STATUS:  Seasonal Non-Exempt

  SALARY: Starts at $15/hour, DOE

     DATES:  7.25.22- 4.23.23

 

ABOUT INDIANA REPERTORY THEATRE
The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) was founded in 1972 and is the only theatre in Indiana to belong to the League of Resident Theatres (LORT).  The IRT currently produces seven productions annually across two stages (the OneAmerica Mainstage and the Upperstage) for diverse audiences. The repertoire includes work varying from world premieres to classics. The IRT serves audiences of multiple generations including students from third through twelfth grade. With a significant endowment, the IRT has relative financial stability and is debt free. Following many decades of diverse programming, the IRT leadership, in the past four years, has focused on further diversifying its staff and board, including ongoing anti-racist training for all. 

MISSION
Live theatre connects us to meaningful issues in our lives and has the power to shape the human experience. The mission of the Indiana Repertory Theatre is to produce top-quality, professional theatre and related activities, providing experiences that will engage, surprise, challenge, and entertain people throughout their lifetimes, helping us build a vital and vibrant community. 

VISION
The Indiana Repertory Theatre will be a life-long destination of choice for an ever-expanding audience of all ages and backgrounds seeking enjoyable and meaningful experiences. Using theatre as a springboard for both personal reflection and community discussion, our productions and programs will inspire our neighbors to learn about themselves and others. As an arts leader in the state of Indiana, the IRT's goal is to make Indiana a dynamic home of cultural expression, economic vitality, and a diverse, informed, and engaged citizenry. 

COMMITMENT TO CREATING AND SUPPORTING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE
The IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming Theatre that celebrates diversity in all areas of our work.  Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.  This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender, and non-binary candidates.   

ABOUT INDIANAPOLIS

Located in the heart of Indiana, Indianapolis is a vibrant city to live, work, and play. Indy, as the locals call it, is touted as the Crossroads of America, and you will feel the Midwest vibe as soon as you arrive.

Ranked 16th in the United States in city size with a population close to 878,000, Indy is big enough to explore neighborhoods and the surrounding area on the weekends and cozy enough to call home. The Indiana Repertory Theatre is in the heart of downtown in the historic Indiana Theatre building, located steps away from the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Downtown Indianapolis is convenient for walking and biking and is easily navigable by IndyGo bus or car.

In addition to a thriving arts and cultural scene featuring the Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indy is known for the Indianapolis 500, a myriad of sports teams including the Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, and Indianapolis Indians, and a bustling music and diverse restaurant scene. Did we mention a welcoming and convenient airport? The Indianapolis International Airport has been named the best airport in North America in 2012-2020 by Airports Council International.

Indy offers something for everyone in terms of affordable living for both home buying and renting.  But don’t take our word for it:

  • Forbes recently named Indianapolis as America’s Best City for Renters
  • Good Housekeeping named Indy one of the Best Cities for First-Time Homeowners in the U.S.
  • Learn more: Life in Indy and Downtown Indy


And, Indy is a beautiful destination for residents and visitors alike:

  • Condé Nast Traveler named Indy one of Best Places to Go in 2021
  • Travel + Leisure names Indy one of the Best Places to Travel in 2021
  • Reader’s Digest named Indy one of the best American cities for Live Music

Learn more:  Visit Indy

 

POSITION PURPOSE
As Carpenter, you are a theatrical craftsperson and will be assigned construction projects commensurate with those skills.

 

POSITION FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Construct, install and dismantle scenery for all IRT productions, including special projects undertaken by IRT.
  • Help maintain the safety and cleanliness of the Scene Shop, Paint Shop, performance spaces and other areas used by the Scene Shop.
  • Locate, order, and acquire materials and equipment as needed for the Scene Shop.
  • Perform such tasks, services, duties, and responsibilities in accordance with IRT policies, rules, regulations, and instructions now in force, or which may be adopted from time to time, during Employee’s employment at the IRT.

OTHER FUNCTIONS

  • Other duties as determined by Technical Director, Assistant Technical Director, Shop Foreman, and Production Manager.

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience:

  • 2-4 yrs. experience with scenery construction techniques and wood working tools.
  • Experience with finish carpentry including moulding and trim work.
  • Experience working with metal-working tools including welders.
  • Experience working with theatrical rigging and best practices for rigging safety.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES 
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Proficiency operating a variety of woodworking and metalworking tools.
  • Ability to manage overhire labor on projects.
  • Ability to work in a team and maintain a positive attitude.
  • Ability to read and understand Designer and Construction Drawings.
  • Ability to work occasional nights and weekends.

 

HEALTH & SAFETY

  • COVID-19 vaccination and proof of vaccination are required for employment at the IRT.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those an individual must meet in order to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • This position consistently works in darkened environments.
  • This position must be able to communicate orally and by e-mail with creative team members.
  • This position requires the ability to reposition and/or transport objects of 50 pounds.
  • This position must be able to consistently position oneself in a stooping, kneeling, or crouching manner.
  • This position occasionally ascends/descends ladders and personnel lifts.
  • This position must be comfortable working in confined spaces.
     

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION
Please send a cover letter and resume with three references to ProductionJobs@irtlive.com.  Please include the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line. You may also mail them to the Indiana Repertory Theatre ATTN: Production Manager, 140 W Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204.

 

Custodian
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Job Title: Custodian, Part-Time

The Indiana Repertory Theatre seeks to hire a full-time custodian/maintenance department.  The job would require lifting up to 50 pounds, ability to move tables/chairs, assist with simple building repairs, vacuum, sweep, mop, change light bulbs on a ladder.  Applicate must be able to work unsupervised and be an enthusiastic of our customer service. 

Schedule:  Tuesday – Saturday

Compensation: $13/hour

IRT requires proof of a COVID 19 vaccination for all employees prior to employment.

Emails of interested parties should be sent to Jane Robison at jrobison@irtlive.com.

Customer Service Representative - Part Time
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POSITION TITLE: Customer Service Representative (Part-Time)

CREATED:  July 2021

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE: Ticket Office Manager

FLSA STATUS: Seasonal Non-Exempt

 

ABOUT INDIANA REPERTORY THEATRE
The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) was founded in 1972 and is the only theatre in Indiana to belong to the League of Resident Theatres (LORT). Historically, the IRT has produced nine productions annually across three stages (the OneAmerica Mainstage, the Upperstage, and the Cabaret) for diverse audiences. The repertoire includes work varying from world premieres to classics. The IRT serves audiences of multiple generations including students from pre-school through twelfth grade. With a significant endowment, the IRT is financially stable and looks forward to many more years of creating art for the Indianapolis community. Following many decades of diverse programming, the IRT leadership, in the past three years, has focused on further diversifying its staff and board, including ongoing anti-racist training for all. 

MISSION
Live theatre connects us to meaningful issues in our lives and has the power to shape the human experience. The mission of the Indiana Repertory Theatre is to produce top-quality, professional theatre and related activities, providing experiences that will engage, surprise, challenge, and entertain people throughout their lifetimes, helping us build a vital and vibrant community. 

VISION
The Indiana Repertory Theatre will be a life-long destination of choice for an ever-expanding audience of all ages and backgrounds seeking enjoyable and meaningful experiences. Using theatre as a springboard for both personal reflection and community discussion, our productions and programs will inspire our neighbors to learn about themselves and others. As an arts leader in the state of Indiana, the IRT's goal is to make Indiana a dynamic home of cultural expression, economic vitality, and a diverse, informed, and engaged citizenry. 

COMMITMENT TO CREATING AND SUPPORTING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE
The IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming Theatre that celebrates diversity in all areas of our work.  Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.  This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender, and non-binary candidates.   

ABOUT INDIANAPOLIS

Located in the heart of Indiana, Indianapolis is a vibrant city to live, work, and play. Indy, as the locals call it, is touted as the Crossroads of America, and you will feel the Midwest vibe as soon as you arrive.

Ranked 16th in the United States in city size with a population close to 878,000, Indy is big enough to explore neighborhoods and the surrounding area on the weekends and cozy enough to call home. The Indiana Repertory Theatre is in the heart of downtown in the historic Indiana Theatre building, located steps away from the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Downtown Indianapolis is convenient for walking and biking and is easily navigable by IndyGo bus or car.

In addition to a thriving arts and cultural scene featuring the Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indy is known for the Indianapolis 500, a myriad of sports teams including the Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, and Indianapolis Indians, and a bustling music and diverse restaurant scene. Did we mention a welcoming and convenient airport? The Indianapolis International Airport has been named the best airport in North America in 2012-2020 by Airports Council International.

Indy offers something for everyone in terms of affordable living for both home buying and renting.  But don’t take our word for it:

  • Forbes recently named Indianapolis as America’s Best City for Renters
  • Good Housekeeping named Indy one of the Best Cities for First-Time Homeowners in the U.S.
  • Learn more: Life in Indy and Downtown Indy


And, Indy is a beautiful destination for residents and visitors alike:

  • Condé Nast Traveler named Indy one of Best Places to Go in 2021
  • Travel + Leisure names Indy one of the Best Places to Travel in 2021
  • Reader’s Digest named Indy one of the best American cities for Live Music

 

Learn more:  Visit Indy

 

POSITION PURPOSE
The Customer Service Representative serves as a direct point of contact at the Ticket Office on phones, email, and in-person for patrons inquiring or purchasing tickets for performance or events.

POSITION FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Answers Ticket Office phones daily
  • Sells and exchanges performance and event tickets
  • Manages subscriber seats and single ticket sales
  • Facilitate internet sales transactions
  • Handle all financial transactions professionally
  • Answer all ticketing questions from patrons and IRT employees
  • Be fully versed in operating Tessitura
  • Attend a dress rehearsal or a first performance of all IRT productions
  • Help manage patron issues, both on the phone or face to face
  • Understand and enforce all ticketing policies including employee comp usage
  • Keep office clean and organized
  • Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) work is critical in supporting our mission. IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming theatre through meaningful, action-oriented education. All staff are required to participate in facilitated trainings, community readings and conversations, and anti-bias trainings. We expect employees to apply these learnings in all areas of our work at the theatre. Creating an anti-racist culture follows our core company values.

OTHER FUNCTIONS

  • Other duties as determined by the Ticket Office Manager and Senior Customer Service Representatives

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience:

  • Previous experience with a CRM is preferred (Tessitura is desirable)
  • 1-3 years of Customer Service

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Experience using Square is desirable
  • Sales experience preferred
  • Passion for the arts

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those an individual must meet in order to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Constantly operates a computer and other office machinery
     

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION
Please submit a cover letter and resume to Judy Lombardo, Ticket Office Manager at jlombardo@irtlive.com.  Subject:  IRT Customer Service Representative position.

 

Costumer/First Hand
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POSITION TITLE:  Costumer/First Hand

CREATED:  April 2022

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE:  Costume Shop Manager

FLSA STATUS: Seasonal Non-Exempt

  SALARY: Starts at $15/hour, DOE

     DATES: 8.15.22- 4.23.23

 

ABOUT INDIANA REPERTORY THEATRE
The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) was founded in 1972 and is the only theatre in Indiana to belong to the League of Resident Theatres (LORT).  The IRT currently produces seven productions annually across two stages (the OneAmerica Mainstage and the Upperstage) for diverse audiences. The repertoire includes work varying from world premieres to classics. The IRT serves audiences of multiple generations including students from third through twelfth grade. With a significant endowment, the IRT has relative financial stability and is debt free. Following many decades of diverse programming, the IRT leadership, in the past four years, has focused on further diversifying its staff and board, including ongoing anti-racist training for all. 

MISSION
Live theatre connects us to meaningful issues in our lives and has the power to shape the human experience. The mission of the Indiana Repertory Theatre is to produce top-quality, professional theatre and related activities, providing experiences that will engage, surprise, challenge, and entertain people throughout their lifetimes, helping us build a vital and vibrant community. 

VISION
The Indiana Repertory Theatre will be a life-long destination of choice for an ever-expanding audience of all ages and backgrounds seeking enjoyable and meaningful experiences. Using theatre as a springboard for both personal reflection and community discussion, our productions and programs will inspire our neighbors to learn about themselves and others. As an arts leader in the state of Indiana, the IRT's goal is to make Indiana a dynamic home of cultural expression, economic vitality, and a diverse, informed, and engaged citizenry. 

COMMITMENT TO CREATING AND SUPPORTING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE
The IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming Theatre that celebrates diversity in all areas of our work.  Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.  This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender, and non-binary candidates.   

ABOUT INDIANAPOLIS

Located in the heart of Indiana, Indianapolis is a vibrant city to live, work, and play. Indy, as the locals call it, is touted as the Crossroads of America, and you will feel the Midwest vibe as soon as you arrive.

Ranked 16th in the United States in city size with a population close to 878,000, Indy is big enough to explore neighborhoods and the surrounding area on the weekends and cozy enough to call home. The Indiana Repertory Theatre is in the heart of downtown in the historic Indiana Theatre building, located steps away from the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Downtown Indianapolis is convenient for walking and biking and is easily navigable by IndyGo bus or car.

In addition to a thriving arts and cultural scene featuring the Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indy is known for the Indianapolis 500, a myriad of sports teams including the Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, and Indianapolis Indians, and a bustling music and diverse restaurant scene. Did we mention a welcoming and convenient airport? The Indianapolis International Airport has been named the best airport in North America in 2012-2020 by Airports Council International.

Indy offers something for everyone in terms of affordable living for both home buying and renting.  But don’t take our word for it:

  • Forbes recently named Indianapolis as America’s Best City for Renters
  • Good Housekeeping named Indy one of the Best Cities for First-Time Homeowners in the U.S.
  • Learn more: Life in Indy and Downtown Indy


And, Indy is a beautiful destination for residents and visitors alike:

  • Condé Nast Traveler named Indy one of Best Places to Go in 2021
  • Travel + Leisure names Indy one of the Best Places to Travel in 2021
  • Reader’s Digest named Indy one of the best American cities for Live Music

Learn more:  Visit Indy

 

POSITION PURPOSE
As the Costumer/First Hand, you are a theatrical craftsperson and will be assigned construction projects commensurate with the skills of an entry level associate.

 

POSITION FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist the Draper in the creation of patterns, cut fabric based on patterns supplied by the Draper and make patterns for facings and linings based on original pattern supplied by Draper.
  • Perform sewing duties as assigned by Draper or Costume Shop Manager.
  • Attend fittings to assist and take notes for Draper.
  • Maintain the integrity of the Costume Design through his/her interpretation of the sketch and prepare alterations from the fittings.
  • Assist in pulling as needed and sit with the designer at technical rehearsals and previews as assigned.
  • Maintain your personal work area, including sewing machinery, cutting table, and bulletin boards as necessary to keep work moving effectively and to promote a professional environment.
  • Attend weekly shop meetings and consult with other team members, co-workers and Costume Shop Manager concerning problems and their possible solutions.
  • Maintain inventory of sewing supplies and fabrics and communicate needs in a timely manner.
  • Talk with visitors and tour groups as needed.
  • Perform other duties such as pulling, restocking, and maintenance.
  • Perform such tasks, services, duties, and responsibilities in accordance with IRT policies, rules, regulations, and instructions now in force or which may be adopted from time to time during Employee’s employment at the IRT.

OTHER FUNCTIONS

  • Other duties as determined by Costume Shop Manager and Production Manager.

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience:

  • Experience working in a professional costume shop or degree in costume technology.
  • Experience cutting out patterns and manipulating fabric.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES 
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Proficiency in operating costume related machinery.
  • Experience manipulating fabric.
  • Ability to work in a team and maintain a positive attitude.
  • Ability to collaborate with fellow staff and free-lance artists.
  • Ability to work occasional nights and weekends.

 

HEALTH & SAFETY

  • COVID-19 vaccination and proof of vaccination are required for employment at the IRT.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those an individual must meet in order to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • This position frequently communicates with groups of people in open areas.
  • This position assists in observing and judging garment finish from the theatre seats.
  • This position frequently operates costume machinery.
  • This position works in a stationary position for 50% of the time or more.
  • Occasionally ascends/descends stairs/work ladders.
  • Occasionally will work outside to load or unload costume elements to/from vehicles.
  • Ability to transport 25 pounds of costumes.

 

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION
Please send a cover letter and resume with three references to ProductionJobs@irtlive.com.  Please include the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line. You may also mail them to the Indiana Repertory Theatre ATTN: Production Manager, 140 W Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204.

 

Draper
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POSITION TITLE:  Draper

CREATED:  April 2022

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE:   Costume Shop Manager

FLSA STATUS: Seasonal Non-Exempt

  SALARY: Starts at $16/hour, DOE

     DATES: 8.15.22- 4.23.23

 

ABOUT INDIANA REPERTORY THEATRE
The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) was founded in 1972 and is the only theatre in Indiana to belong to the League of Resident Theatres (LORT).  The IRT currently produces seven productions annually across two stages (the OneAmerica Mainstage and the Upperstage) for diverse audiences. The repertoire includes work varying from world premieres to classics. The IRT serves audiences of multiple generations including students from third through twelfth grade. With a significant endowment, the IRT has relative financial stability and is debt free. Following many decades of diverse programming, the IRT leadership, in the past four years, has focused on further diversifying its staff and board, including ongoing anti-racist training for all. 

MISSION
Live theatre connects us to meaningful issues in our lives and has the power to shape the human experience. The mission of the Indiana Repertory Theatre is to produce top-quality, professional theatre and related activities, providing experiences that will engage, surprise, challenge, and entertain people throughout their lifetimes, helping us build a vital and vibrant community. 

VISION
The Indiana Repertory Theatre will be a life-long destination of choice for an ever-expanding audience of all ages and backgrounds seeking enjoyable and meaningful experiences. Using theatre as a springboard for both personal reflection and community discussion, our productions and programs will inspire our neighbors to learn about themselves and others. As an arts leader in the state of Indiana, the IRT's goal is to make Indiana a dynamic home of cultural expression, economic vitality, and a diverse, informed, and engaged citizenry. 

COMMITMENT TO CREATING AND SUPPORTING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE
The IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming Theatre that celebrates diversity in all areas of our work.  Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.  This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender, and non-binary candidates.   

ABOUT INDIANAPOLIS

Located in the heart of Indiana, Indianapolis is a vibrant city to live, work, and play. Indy, as the locals call it, is touted as the Crossroads of America, and you will feel the Midwest vibe as soon as you arrive.

Ranked 16th in the United States in city size with a population close to 878,000, Indy is big enough to explore neighborhoods and the surrounding area on the weekends and cozy enough to call home. The Indiana Repertory Theatre is in the heart of downtown in the historic Indiana Theatre building, located steps away from the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Downtown Indianapolis is convenient for walking and biking and is easily navigable by IndyGo bus or car.

In addition to a thriving arts and cultural scene featuring the Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indy is known for the Indianapolis 500, a myriad of sports teams including the Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, and Indianapolis Indians, and a bustling music and diverse restaurant scene. Did we mention a welcoming and convenient airport? The Indianapolis International Airport has been named the best airport in North America in 2012-2020 by Airports Council International.

Indy offers something for everyone in terms of affordable living for both home buying and renting.  But don’t take our word for it:

  • Forbes recently named Indianapolis as America’s Best City for Renters
  • Good Housekeeping named Indy one of the Best Cities for First-Time Homeowners in the U.S.
  • Learn more: Life in Indy and Downtown Indy


And, Indy is a beautiful destination for residents and visitors alike:

  • Condé Nast Traveler named Indy one of Best Places to Go in 2021
  • Travel + Leisure names Indy one of the Best Places to Travel in 2021
  • Reader’s Digest named Indy one of the best American cities for Live Music

Learn more:  Visit Indy

 

POSITION PURPOSE
As the Draper, you are a theatrical craftsperson and will be assigned construction projects commensurate with those skills.

 

POSITION FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Use the sketch provided by the Costume Designer to create the costume.
  • Fabricate patterns, either by draping or flat pattern making, for specific actors and fit the costume to the actor.
  • Cut or supervise the cutting of all the fabric for the costume from the pattern and determine yardage for fabric and trim for the costume including stock fabrics.
  • Supervise Stitchers and advise on methodologies for made to order garments and fitting alterations.
  • Perform complex sewing and tailoring.
  • Keep record of show fabrics and yardages.
  • Correct patterns or alter costumes as necessary and supervise a crew by preparing and delegating work to First Hands and Stitchers.
  • Manage time, including that of any crew member in an effective manner.
  • Research period, style and techniques necessary to complete the costume within the Costume Designer’s guidelines.
  • Maintain the integrity of the Costume Design through his/her interpretation of the sketch.
  • Assist in pulling as needed and sit with the designer at technical rehearsals and previews as assigned.
  • Maintain your personal work area, including sewing machinery, cutting table, and bulletin boards as necessary to keep work moving effectively and to promote a professional environment.
  • Maintain inventory of sewing supplies and fabrics and communicate needs in a timely manner.
  • Attend weekly shop meetings and consult with other team members, co-workers, and Costume Shop Manager concerning problems and their possible solutions.
  • Talk with visitors and tour groups as needed.
  • Perform other duties such as pulling, restocking, and maintenance.
  • Perform such tasks, services, duties, and responsibilities in accordance with IRT policies, rules, regulations, and instructions now in force or which may be adopted from time to time during Employee’s employment at the IRT.

OTHER FUNCTIONS

  • Other duties as determined by Costume Shop Manager and Production Manager.

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience:

  • 3-5 years experience as a draper or advanced degree in costume technology
  • Experience supervising teams
  • Ability to work in a team and maintain a positive attitude.
  • Ability to collaborate with fellow staff and free-lance artists.
  • Experience cutting out patterns and manipulating fabric

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES 
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • In depth knowledge of a variety of periods and styles of costuming.
  • Proficiency in manipulating fabric.
  • Proficiency in operating costume related machinery.
  • Ability to work occasional nights and weekends.

 

HEALTH & SAFETY

  • COVID-19 vaccination and proof of vaccination are required for employment at the IRT.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those an individual must meet in order to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • This position frequently communicates with groups of people in open areas.
  • This position assists in observing and judging garment finish from the theatre seats.
  • This position frequently operates costume machinery.
  • This position works in a stationary position for 50% of the time or more.
  • Occasionally ascends/descends stairs/work ladders.
  • Occasionally will work outside to load or unload costume elements to/from vehicles.
  • Ability to transport 20 pounds of costumes.
     

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION
Please send a cover letter and resume with three references to ProductionJobs@irtlive.com.  Please include the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line. You may also mail them to the Indiana Repertory Theatre ATTN: Production Manager, 140 W Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204.

 

First Hand
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POSITION TITLE:  First Hand

CREATED:  April 2022

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE:  Costume Shop Manager

FLSA STATUS: Seasonal Non-Exempt

  SALARY: Starts at $15.50/hour, DOE

     DATES: 8.15.22- 4.23.23

 

ABOUT INDIANA REPERTORY THEATRE
The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) was founded in 1972 and is the only theatre in Indiana to belong to the League of Resident Theatres (LORT).  The IRT currently produces seven productions annually across two stages (the OneAmerica Mainstage and the Upperstage) for diverse audiences. The repertoire includes work varying from world premieres to classics. The IRT serves audiences of multiple generations including students from third through twelfth grade. With a significant endowment, the IRT has relative financial stability and is debt free. Following many decades of diverse programming, the IRT leadership, in the past four years, has focused on further diversifying its staff and board, including ongoing anti-racist training for all. 

MISSION
Live theatre connects us to meaningful issues in our lives and has the power to shape the human experience. The mission of the Indiana Repertory Theatre is to produce top-quality, professional theatre and related activities, providing experiences that will engage, surprise, challenge, and entertain people throughout their lifetimes, helping us build a vital and vibrant community. 

VISION
The Indiana Repertory Theatre will be a life-long destination of choice for an ever-expanding audience of all ages and backgrounds seeking enjoyable and meaningful experiences. Using theatre as a springboard for both personal reflection and community discussion, our productions and programs will inspire our neighbors to learn about themselves and others. As an arts leader in the state of Indiana, the IRT's goal is to make Indiana a dynamic home of cultural expression, economic vitality, and a diverse, informed, and engaged citizenry. 

COMMITMENT TO CREATING AND SUPPORTING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE
The IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming Theatre that celebrates diversity in all areas of our work.  Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.  This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender, and non-binary candidates.   

ABOUT INDIANAPOLIS

Located in the heart of Indiana, Indianapolis is a vibrant city to live, work, and play. Indy, as the locals call it, is touted as the Crossroads of America, and you will feel the Midwest vibe as soon as you arrive.

Ranked 16th in the United States in city size with a population close to 878,000, Indy is big enough to explore neighborhoods and the surrounding area on the weekends and cozy enough to call home. The Indiana Repertory Theatre is in the heart of downtown in the historic Indiana Theatre building, located steps away from the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Downtown Indianapolis is convenient for walking and biking and is easily navigable by IndyGo bus or car.

In addition to a thriving arts and cultural scene featuring the Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indy is known for the Indianapolis 500, a myriad of sports teams including the Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, and Indianapolis Indians, and a bustling music and diverse restaurant scene. Did we mention a welcoming and convenient airport? The Indianapolis International Airport has been named the best airport in North America in 2012-2020 by Airports Council International.

Indy offers something for everyone in terms of affordable living for both home buying and renting.  But don’t take our word for it:

  • Forbes recently named Indianapolis as America’s Best City for Renters
  • Good Housekeeping named Indy one of the Best Cities for First-Time Homeowners in the U.S.
  • Learn more: Life in Indy and Downtown Indy


And, Indy is a beautiful destination for residents and visitors alike:

  • Condé Nast Traveler named Indy one of Best Places to Go in 2021
  • Travel + Leisure names Indy one of the Best Places to Travel in 2021
  • Reader’s Digest named Indy one of the best American cities for Live Music

Learn more:  Visit Indy

 

POSITION PURPOSE
As the First Hand, you are a theatrical craftsperson and will be assigned construction projects commensurate with those skills.

 

POSITION FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist the Draper in the creation of patterns, cut fabric based on patterns supplied by the Draper and make patterns for facings and linings based on original pattern supplied by Draper.
  • Perform complex sewing and tailoring.
  • Attend fittings to assist and take notes for Draper.
  • Maintain the integrity of the Costume Design through his/her interpretation of the sketch and prepare alterations from the fittings.
  • Assist in pulling as needed and sit with the designer at technical rehearsals and previews as assigned.
  • Maintain your personal work area, including sewing machinery, cutting table, and bulletin boards as necessary to keep work moving effectively and to promote a professional environment.
  • Attend weekly shop meetings and consult with other team members, co-workers and Costume Shop Manager concerning problems and their possible solutions.
  • Maintain inventory of sewing supplies and fabrics and communicate needs in a timely manner.
  • Talk with visitors and tour groups as needed.
  • Perform other duties such as pulling, restocking, and maintenance.
  • Perform such tasks, services, duties, and responsibilities in accordance with IRT policies, rules, regulations, and instructions now in force or which may be adopted from time to time during Employee’s employment at the IRT.

OTHER FUNCTIONS

  • Other duties as determined by Costume Shop Manager and Production Manager.

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience:

  • Experience working in a professional costume shop or degree in costume technology
  • Experience cutting out patterns and manipulating fabric

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES 
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Proficiency in operating costume related machinery.
  • Experience manipulating fabric.
  • Ability to work in a team and maintain a positive attitude.
  • Ability to collaborate with fellow staff and free-lance artists.
  • Ability to work occasional nights and weekends.

 

HEALTH & SAFETY

  • COVID-19 vaccination and proof of vaccination are required for employment at the IRT.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those an individual must meet in order to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • This position frequently communicates with groups of people in open areas.
  • This position assists in observing and judging garment finish from the theatre seats.
  • This position frequently operates costume machinery.
  • This position works in a stationary position for 50% of the time or more.
  • Occasionally ascends/descends stairs/work ladders.
  • Occasionally will work outside to load or unload costume elements to/from vehicles.
  • Ability to transport 25 pounds of costumes.

 

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION
Please send a cover letter and resume with three references to ProductionJobs@irtlive.com.  Please include the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line. You may also mail them to the Indiana Repertory Theatre ATTN: Production Manager, 140 W Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204.

 

Electrician
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POSITION TITLE:  Electrician

CREATED:  April 2022

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE:  Master Electrician

FLSA STATUS:  Seasonal Non-Exempt

SALARY:  Starts at $15/hour, DOE

DATES: 8.15.22 – 4.23.23

 

ABOUT INDIANA REPERTORY THEATRE 
The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) was founded in 1972 and is the only theatre in Indiana to belong to the League of Resident Theatres (LORT). The IRT currently produces seven productions annually across two stages (the OneAmerica Mainstage and the Upperstage) for diverse audiences. The repertoire includes work varying from world premieres to classics. The IRT serves audiences of multiple generations including students from third through twelfth grade. With a significant endowment, the IRT has relative financial stability and is debt free. Following many decades of diverse programming, the IRT leadership, in the past four years, has focused on further diversifying its staff and board, including ongoing anti-racist training for all. 


MISSION 
Live theatre connects us to meaningful issues in our lives and has the power to shape the human experience. The mission of the Indiana Repertory Theatre is to produce top-quality, professional theatre and related activities, providing experiences that will engage, surprise, challenge, and entertain people throughout their lifetimes, helping us build a vital and vibrant community. 


VISION 
The Indiana Repertory Theatre will be a life-long destination of choice for an ever-expanding audience of all ages and backgrounds seeking enjoyable and meaningful experiences. Using theatre as a springboard for both personal reflection and community discussion, our productions and programs will inspire our neighbors to learn about themselves and others. As an arts leader in the state of Indiana, the IRT's goal is to make Indiana a dynamic home of cultural expression, economic vitality, and a diverse, informed, and engaged citizenry. 


COMMITMENT TO CREATING AND SUPPORTING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE 
The IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming Theatre that celebrates diversity in all areas of our work.  Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.  This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender, and non-binary candidates.


ABOUT INDIANAPOLIS
Located in the heart of Indiana, Indianapolis is a vibrant city to live, work, and play. Indy, as the locals call it, is touted as the Crossroads of America, and you will feel the Midwest vibe as soon as you arrive.

Ranked 16th in the United States in city size with a population close to 878,000, Indy is big enough to explore neighborhoods and the surrounding area on the weekends and cozy enough to call home. The Indiana Repertory Theatre is in the heart of downtown in the historic Indiana Theatre building, located steps away from the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Downtown Indianapolis is convenient for walking and biking and is easily navigable by IndyGo bus or car.

In addition to a thriving arts and cultural scene featuring the Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indy is known for the Indianapolis 500, a myriad of sports teams including the Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, and Indianapolis Indians, and a bustling music and diverse restaurant scene. Did we mention a welcoming and convenient airport? The Indianapolis International Airport has been named the best airport in North America in 2012-2020 by Airports Council International.

Indy offers something for everyone in terms of affordable living for both home buying and renting. But don’t take our word for it:

  • Forbes recently named Indianapolis as America’s Best City for Renters
  • Good Housekeeping named Indy one of the Best Cities for First-Time Homeowners in the US
  • Learn more: Life in Indy and Downtown Indy

And, Indy is a beautiful destination for residents and visitors alike:

  • Condé Nast Traveler named Indy one of Best Places to Go in 2021
  • Travel + Leisure named Indy one of the Best Places to Travel in 2021
  • Reader’s Digest named Indy one of the best American cities for Live Music
  • Learn More: Visit Indy


POSITION PURPOSE

The Electrician will perform duties assigned by the Master Electrician in hanging, focusing, and programming equipment for Mainstage and Upperstage productions.  This position will also assist in maintaining shows, repair, and maintenance of equipment, and general clean-up.

 

POSITION FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist the Master Electrician in hanging, focusing, and programming equipment for productions.
  • Programming and associated research necessary for console operations and cuing of productions.
  • Run and maintain shows, prepare for upcoming shows, maintain and repair equipment, and general clean-up as assigned.
  • Assist in lighting in-house events and rentals as assigned.
  • Perform such tasks, services, duties, and responsibilities in accordance with IRT policies, rules, regulations, and instructions now in force or which may be adopted from time to time during Employee’s employment at the IRT.

OTHER FUNCTIONS

  • Other duties as determined by the Assistant Master Electrician, Master Electrician, and Production Manager.

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience:

  • Experience with lighting equipment and ETC Control systems

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Knowledge of ETC EOS and GIO, ION, and NOMAD platforms
  • Ability to work in a team and maintain a positive attitude.
  • Ability to collaborate with fellow staff and free-lance artists.
  • Basic knowledge of carpentry, soldering, follow spot operation, fly systems, trusses, Net 3 and LED equipment a plus.
  • Ability to work nights and weekends.

 

HEALTH & SAFETY

  • COVID-19 vaccination and proof of vaccination are required for employment at the IRT.
     

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those an individual must meet in order to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Ability to transport 50 pounds
  • This position frequently communicates with groups of people in open areas.
  • This position consistently works in darkened environments.
  • This position constantly communicates with other collaborators via wired intercom systems.
  • This position consistently positions self to assist with lighting system installs that includes, stooping, kneeling, or crouching.
  • This position frequently ascends/descends stairs.
  • This position frequently ascends/descends and works on ladders, in personnel lifts, and in elevated positions
  • This position is often required to wear fall-arrest equipment


TO APPLY
Please send a cover letter and resume with 3 references to ProductionJobs@irtlive.com. Please include the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line. You may also mail them to the Indiana Repertory Theatre ATTN: Production Manager, 140 W Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204.

 

Housekeeper
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Job Title:  Housekeeper, Full-Time

The Indiana Repertory Theatre seeks to hire a Housekeeper to manage the upkeep of the building during evenings and weekends.  The hours for the position vary, but the main work week will be Monday - Friday, and includes some evenings.  The position will be responsible for keeping areas of the building clean, including bathrooms, locking up the building at the end of the evening, set up of tables and chairs, and other light maintenance work. Applicant must be able to work unsupervised, and be an enthusiastic member of our customer service team.  

Compensation:  $12/hour

IRT requires proof of a COVID 19 vaccination for all employees prior to employment.

Emails of interested parties should be sent to Jane Robison at jrobison@irtlive.com.

Overhire – Electrics, Sound, Scene Shop, Paint Shop, Costumes
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POSITION TITLE:  Overhire – Electrics, Sound, Scene Shop, Paint Shop, Costumes

CREATED:  April 2022

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE:  Appropriate Shop Head, Production Manager

FLSA STATUS:  Seasonal Non-Exempt

  SALARY: Starts at $14/hour, DOE

     DATES:  Various

 

ABOUT INDIANA REPERTORY THEATRE
The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) was founded in 1972 and is the only theatre in Indiana to belong to the League of Resident Theatres (LORT).  The IRT currently produces seven productions annually across two stages (the OneAmerica Mainstage and the Upperstage) for diverse audiences. The repertoire includes work varying from world premieres to classics. The IRT serves audiences of multiple generations including students from third through twelfth grade. With a significant endowment, the IRT has relative financial stability and is debt free. Following many decades of diverse programming, the IRT leadership, in the past four years, has focused on further diversifying its staff and board, including ongoing anti-racist training for all. 

MISSION
Live theatre connects us to meaningful issues in our lives and has the power to shape the human experience. The mission of the Indiana Repertory Theatre is to produce top-quality, professional theatre and related activities, providing experiences that will engage, surprise, challenge, and entertain people throughout their lifetimes, helping us build a vital and vibrant community. 

VISION
The Indiana Repertory Theatre will be a life-long destination of choice for an ever-expanding audience of all ages and backgrounds seeking enjoyable and meaningful experiences. Using theatre as a springboard for both personal reflection and community discussion, our productions and programs will inspire our neighbors to learn about themselves and others. As an arts leader in the state of Indiana, the IRT's goal is to make Indiana a dynamic home of cultural expression, economic vitality, and a diverse, informed, and engaged citizenry. 

COMMITMENT TO CREATING AND SUPPORTING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE
The IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming Theatre that celebrates diversity in all areas of our work.  Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.  This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender, and non-binary candidates.   

ABOUT INDIANAPOLIS

Located in the heart of Indiana, Indianapolis is a vibrant city to live, work, and play. Indy, as the locals call it, is touted as the Crossroads of America, and you will feel the Midwest vibe as soon as you arrive.

Ranked 16th in the United States in city size with a population close to 878,000, Indy is big enough to explore neighborhoods and the surrounding area on the weekends and cozy enough to call home. The Indiana Repertory Theatre is in the heart of downtown in the historic Indiana Theatre building, located steps away from the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Downtown Indianapolis is convenient for walking and biking and is easily navigable by IndyGo bus or car.

In addition to a thriving arts and cultural scene featuring the Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indy is known for the Indianapolis 500, a myriad of sports teams including the Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, and Indianapolis Indians, and a bustling music and diverse restaurant scene. Did we mention a welcoming and convenient airport? The Indianapolis International Airport has been named the best airport in North America in 2012-2020 by Airports Council International.

Indy offers something for everyone in terms of affordable living for both home buying and renting.  But don’t take our word for it:

  • Forbes recently named Indianapolis as America’s Best City for Renters
  • Good Housekeeping named Indy one of the Best Cities for First-Time Homeowners in the U.S.
  • Learn more: Life in Indy and Downtown Indy


And, Indy is a beautiful destination for residents and visitors alike:

  • Condé Nast Traveler named Indy one of Best Places to Go in 2021
  • Travel + Leisure names Indy one of the Best Places to Travel in 2021
  • Reader’s Digest named Indy one of the best American cities for Live Music

Learn more:  Visit Indy

 

POSITION PURPOSE
To support various shops as needed commiserate with skills.

 

POSITION FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • IRT is looking to rebuild our overhire lists as we recover from the pandemic.  Positions include Scenic Carpentry, Upholstery, Scenic Artistry, Cabinetmaking, Rigging, Costume Construction, Pattern Making, Electrics, Audio Engineering, Projections, Stage Management, Production Assistants, etc.

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience:

  • General knowledge in your given field or in some instances, simply the desire to learn more about a department.
  • General knowledge in technical theatre practices.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES 
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Varies depending on position.

 

HEALTH & SAFETY

  • COVID-19 vaccination and proof of vaccination are required for employment at the IRT.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those an individual must meet in order to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Varies dependent of position, but could include the following
    • Ability to transport 25-50 lbs.
    • The ability to operate power tools.
    • The ability to ascend/descend stairs or work ladders.
    • Additional needs will be communicated prior to engagement.

 

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION
Please send a cover letter and resume with three references to ProductionJobs@irtlive.com.  Please include the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line. You may also mail them to the Indiana Repertory Theatre ATTN: Production Manager, 140 W Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204.

 

Production Stage Manager
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POSITION TITLE:  Production Stage Manager

CREATED:  April 2022

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE:   Production Manager

FLSA STATUS: Seasonal Exempt

  SALARY:  $45,000-$55,000

     DATES: July 25, 2022 – May 20, 2023

 

ABOUT INDIANA REPERTORY THEATRE
The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) was founded in 1972 and is the only theatre in Indiana to belong to the League of Resident Theatres (LORT).  The IRT currently produces seven productions annually across two stages (the OneAmerica Mainstage and the Upperstage) for diverse audiences. The repertoire includes work varying from world premieres to classics. The IRT serves audiences of multiple generations including students from third through twelfth grade. With a significant endowment, the IRT has relative financial stability and is debt free. Following many decades of diverse programming, the IRT leadership, in the past four years, has focused on further diversifying its staff and board, including ongoing anti-racist training for all. 

MISSION
Live theatre connects us to meaningful issues in our lives and has the power to shape the human experience. The mission of the Indiana Repertory Theatre is to produce top-quality, professional theatre and related activities, providing experiences that will engage, surprise, challenge, and entertain people throughout their lifetimes, helping us build a vital and vibrant community. 

VISION
The Indiana Repertory Theatre will be a life-long destination of choice for an ever-expanding audience of all ages and backgrounds seeking enjoyable and meaningful experiences. Using theatre as a springboard for both personal reflection and community discussion, our productions and programs will inspire our neighbors to learn about themselves and others. As an arts leader in the state of Indiana, the IRT's goal is to make Indiana a dynamic home of cultural expression, economic vitality, and a diverse, informed, and engaged citizenry. 

COMMITMENT TO CREATING AND SUPPORTING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE
The IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming Theatre that celebrates diversity in all areas of our work.  Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.  This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender, and non-binary candidates.   

ABOUT INDIANAPOLIS

Located in the heart of Indiana, Indianapolis is a vibrant city to live, work, and play. Indy, as the locals call it, is touted as the Crossroads of America, and you will feel the Midwest vibe as soon as you arrive.

Ranked 16th in the United States in city size with a population close to 878,000, Indy is big enough to explore neighborhoods and the surrounding area on the weekends and cozy enough to call home. The Indiana Repertory Theatre is in the heart of downtown in the historic Indiana Theatre building, located steps away from the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Downtown Indianapolis is convenient for walking and biking and is easily navigable by IndyGo bus or car.

In addition to a thriving arts and cultural scene featuring the Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indy is known for the Indianapolis 500, a myriad of sports teams including the Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, and Indianapolis Indians, and a bustling music and diverse restaurant scene. Did we mention a welcoming and convenient airport? The Indianapolis International Airport has been named the best airport in North America in 2012-2020 by Airports Council International.

Indy offers something for everyone in terms of affordable living for both home buying and renting.  But don’t take our word for it:

  • Forbes recently named Indianapolis as America’s Best City for Renters
  • Good Housekeeping named Indy one of the Best Cities for First-Time Homeowners in the U.S.
  • Learn more: Life in Indy and Downtown Indy


And, Indy is a beautiful destination for residents and visitors alike:

  • Condé Nast Traveler named Indy one of Best Places to Go in 2021
  • Travel + Leisure names Indy one of the Best Places to Travel in 2021
  • Reader’s Digest named Indy one of the best American cities for Live Music

Learn more:  Visit Indy

 

POSITION PURPOSE
The Production Stage Manager (PSM), in collaboration with the Production Manager, oversees all Stage Management activities. This is an Actors’ Equity Association stage management position. No portion of this job description is to supersede AEA rules – all elements of this position will be in accordance with the appropriate AEA contract and rules.

 

POSITION FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Hiring and supervision of the Stage Management staff including Production Assistants.
  • Training Production Assistants as needed.
  • Work with the Production Manager to schedule and maintain the Production Calendar, including meetings and other events needed to complete the production process.
  • Monitor all Equity actions to maintain compliance with AEA contract.
  • Serve as a communication link for each acting company.
  • Serve as Stage Manager on 4-5 shows a season and all responsibilities entailed.
  • Maintains stock of rehearsal/performance supplies and materials, i.e. scripts, spike tape, first aid, etc.
  • Maintains a safe and clean rehearsal, performance, and office environment.

OTHER FUNCTIONS

  • Other duties as determined by the Production Manager.

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience:

  • 4-6 yrs. experience in Stage Management in an AEA environment.
  • A working knowledge of all aspects of the theatre – production, technical, and administration.
  • An understanding of safe theatrical practices and a commitment to safe procedures.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES 
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Proficiency in Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.), as well as basic office equipment.
  • Strong organizational, leadership, and staff skills as you work with a large group of people towards a common purpose.
  • Ability to work productively while maintaining flexibility in an environment of change and creative process.
  • An ability to understand and further the IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Accessibility) work at IRT.
  • Ability to work in a team and maintain a positive attitude.
  • Ability to adapt to various communication styles and creative processes.
  • Ability to read and understand designer and construction drawings.
  • Ability to work nights and weekends as needed.

 

HEALTH & SAFETY

  • COVID-19 vaccination and proof of vaccination are required for employment at the IRT.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those an individual must meet in order to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • This position consistently works in darkened environments.
  • This position must be able to communicate orally and by e-mail with creative team members.
  • This position must be able to physically move items such as prop furniture, hand props, etc.


TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION
Please send a cover letter and resume with three references to ProductionJobs@irtlive.com.  Please include the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line. You may also mail them to the Indiana Repertory Theatre ATTN: Production Manager, 140 W Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204.

 

Scenic Artist
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POSITION TITLE:  Scenic Artist

CREATED:  April 2022

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE:  Charge Scenic Artist

FLSA STATUS:  Seasonal Non-Exempt

  SALARY: Starts at $15/hour, DOE

     DATES: 7.25.22- 4.23.23

 

ABOUT INDIANA REPERTORY THEATRE
The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) was founded in 1972 and is the only theatre in Indiana to belong to the League of Resident Theatres (LORT).  The IRT currently produces seven productions annually across two stages (the OneAmerica Mainstage and the Upperstage) for diverse audiences. The repertoire includes work varying from world premieres to classics. The IRT serves audiences of multiple generations including students from third through twelfth grade. With a significant endowment, the IRT has relative financial stability and is debt free. Following many decades of diverse programming, the IRT leadership, in the past four years, has focused on further diversifying its staff and board, including ongoing anti-racist training for all. 

MISSION
Live theatre connects us to meaningful issues in our lives and has the power to shape the human experience. The mission of the Indiana Repertory Theatre is to produce top-quality, professional theatre and related activities, providing experiences that will engage, surprise, challenge, and entertain people throughout their lifetimes, helping us build a vital and vibrant community. 

VISION
The Indiana Repertory Theatre will be a life-long destination of choice for an ever-expanding audience of all ages and backgrounds seeking enjoyable and meaningful experiences. Using theatre as a springboard for both personal reflection and community discussion, our productions and programs will inspire our neighbors to learn about themselves and others. As an arts leader in the state of Indiana, the IRT's goal is to make Indiana a dynamic home of cultural expression, economic vitality, and a diverse, informed, and engaged citizenry. 

COMMITMENT TO CREATING AND SUPPORTING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE
The IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming Theatre that celebrates diversity in all areas of our work.  Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.  This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender, and non-binary candidates.   

ABOUT INDIANAPOLIS

Located in the heart of Indiana, Indianapolis is a vibrant city to live, work, and play. Indy, as the locals call it, is touted as the Crossroads of America, and you will feel the Midwest vibe as soon as you arrive.

Ranked 16th in the United States in city size with a population close to 878,000, Indy is big enough to explore neighborhoods and the surrounding area on the weekends and cozy enough to call home. The Indiana Repertory Theatre is in the heart of downtown in the historic Indiana Theatre building, located steps away from the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Downtown Indianapolis is convenient for walking and biking and is easily navigable by IndyGo bus or car.

In addition to a thriving arts and cultural scene featuring the Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indy is known for the Indianapolis 500, a myriad of sports teams including the Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, and Indianapolis Indians, and a bustling music and diverse restaurant scene. Did we mention a welcoming and convenient airport? The Indianapolis International Airport has been named the best airport in North America in 2012-2020 by Airports Council International.

Indy offers something for everyone in terms of affordable living for both home buying and renting.  But don’t take our word for it:

  • Forbes recently named Indianapolis as America’s Best City for Renters
  • Good Housekeeping named Indy one of the Best Cities for First-Time Homeowners in the U.S.
  • Learn more: Life in Indy and Downtown Indy


And, Indy is a beautiful destination for residents and visitors alike:

  • Condé Nast Traveler named Indy one of Best Places to Go in 2021
  • Travel + Leisure names Indy one of the Best Places to Travel in 2021
  • Reader’s Digest named Indy one of the best American cities for Live Music

Learn more:  Visit Indy

 

POSITION PURPOSE
The Scenic Artist is a craftsperson in the Paint Shop and is a key member of the production team.

 

POSITION FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist in the preparation and finishing of scenery for all IRT productions, including special projects undertaken by IRT.
  • Help maintain the safety and cleanliness of the Paint Shop, performance spaces, and other areas used by the Paint Shop.
  • Assist in the supervision and training of overhire labor.
  • Perform such tasks, services, duties, and responsibilities in accordance with IRT policies, rules, regulations, and instructions now in force, or which may be adopted from time to time during Employee’s employment at the IRT.

OTHER FUNCTIONS

  • Other duties as determined by Charge Scenic Artist and Production Manager.

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience:

  • 2-4 yrs. experience with scene painting/finishing techniques and tools.
  • Experience with safely handling scenic items and materials.
  • Experience developing samples and implementing processes.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES 
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Proficiency with standard tools, materials, and processes of scenic art.
  • Ability to discern nuance in color and value.
  • Ability to analyze reference material to develop and implement samples.
  • Ability to read and interpret construction drawings.
  • Ability to manage overhire labor on projects
  • Ability to work in a team and maintain a positive attitude.
  • Ability to work occasional nights and weekends.
  • Valid vehicle operator’s license and willingness to drive cargo van preferred.

 

HEALTH & SAFETY

  • COVID-19 vaccination and proof of vaccination are required for employment at the IRT.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those an individual must meet in order to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • This position requires the ability to discern nuance in color and value.
  • This position requires the ability to communicate effectively both orally and by e-mail with production team members.
  • This position requires the ability to reposition and/or transport objects of 50 pounds.
  • This position requires the ability to be able to consistently position oneself in a stooping, kneeling, or crouching manner.
  • This position requires significant periods of working while standing.
  • This position may require significant periods of repetitive arm and hand movements.
  • This position requires the ability to ascend/descend ladders and personnel lifts and work at heights.
  • This position occasionally requires working in confined spaces.
     

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION
Please send a cover letter and resume with 3 references to ProductionJobs@irtlive.com. Included should also be 5 annotated photos (date, responsibility/role, context, and why you have chosen the image) of your work that display your skill with drawing from life or copy, faux finishes (paint only or texture), portraiture, general paint handling skills or other. Photos of the reference you worked from will be appreciated. Please include the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line. You may also mail them to the Indiana Repertory Theatre ATTN: Production Manager, 140 W Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204.

 

Stage Operations Supervisor
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POSITION TITLE:  Stage Operations Supervisor

CREATED:  April 2022

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE:  Technical Director, Production Manager

FLSA STATUS:  Seasonal Non-Exempt

  SALARY: Starts at $15/hour, DOE

     DATES: 8.29.22- 6.05.23

 

ABOUT INDIANA REPERTORY THEATRE
The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) was founded in 1972 and is the only theatre in Indiana to belong to the League of Resident Theatres (LORT).  The IRT currently produces seven productions annually across two stages (the OneAmerica Mainstage and the Upperstage) for diverse audiences. The repertoire includes work varying from world premieres to classics. The IRT serves audiences of multiple generations including students from third through twelfth grade. With a significant endowment, the IRT has relative financial stability and is debt free. Following many decades of diverse programming, the IRT leadership, in the past four years, has focused on further diversifying its staff and board, including ongoing anti-racist training for all. 

MISSION
Live theatre connects us to meaningful issues in our lives and has the power to shape the human experience. The mission of the Indiana Repertory Theatre is to produce top-quality, professional theatre and related activities, providing experiences that will engage, surprise, challenge, and entertain people throughout their lifetimes, helping us build a vital and vibrant community. 

VISION
The Indiana Repertory Theatre will be a life-long destination of choice for an ever-expanding audience of all ages and backgrounds seeking enjoyable and meaningful experiences. Using theatre as a springboard for both personal reflection and community discussion, our productions and programs will inspire our neighbors to learn about themselves and others. As an arts leader in the state of Indiana, the IRT's goal is to make Indiana a dynamic home of cultural expression, economic vitality, and a diverse, informed, and engaged citizenry. 

COMMITMENT TO CREATING AND SUPPORTING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE
The IRT is committed to building an inclusive, welcoming Theatre that celebrates diversity in all areas of our work.  Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.  This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender, and non-binary candidates.   

ABOUT INDIANAPOLIS

Located in the heart of Indiana, Indianapolis is a vibrant city to live, work, and play. Indy, as the locals call it, is touted as the Crossroads of America, and you will feel the Midwest vibe as soon as you arrive.

Ranked 16th in the United States in city size with a population close to 878,000, Indy is big enough to explore neighborhoods and the surrounding area on the weekends and cozy enough to call home. The Indiana Repertory Theatre is in the heart of downtown in the historic Indiana Theatre building, located steps away from the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Downtown Indianapolis is convenient for walking and biking and is easily navigable by IndyGo bus or car.

In addition to a thriving arts and cultural scene featuring the Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indy is known for the Indianapolis 500, a myriad of sports teams including the Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, and Indianapolis Indians, and a bustling music and diverse restaurant scene. Did we mention a welcoming and convenient airport? The Indianapolis International Airport has been named the best airport in North America in 2012-2020 by Airports Council International.

Indy offers something for everyone in terms of affordable living for both home buying and renting.  But don’t take our word for it:

  • Forbes recently named Indianapolis as America’s Best City for Renters
  • Good Housekeeping named Indy one of the Best Cities for First-Time Homeowners in the U.S.
  • Learn more: Life in Indy and Downtown Indy


And, Indy is a beautiful destination for residents and visitors alike:

  • Condé Nast Traveler named Indy one of Best Places to Go in 2021
  • Travel + Leisure names Indy one of the Best Places to Travel in 2021
  • Reader’s Digest named Indy one of the best American cities for Live Music

Learn more:  Visit Indy

 

POSITION PURPOSE
As the Stage Operations Supervisor, you are an experienced theatrical craftsperson and will be responsible for the safe and effective operation of theatre spaces as assigned.

 

POSITION FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Meet with Stage Management and Production Department Heads during the Rehearsal Prep Week and as needed during the Rehearsal process to gain understanding and provide input into the technical needs of the upcoming production. These needs include but are not limited to: locations and sizes of Quick Change Booths, requirements for Audio and Video Monitors and requirements for Backstage Carpeting.
  • Training and orientation of all Production Assistants and Backstage Crew in the safe operation of all stage equipment.
  • Work with the Stage Manager and Technical Director to ensure that adequate technical rehearsal time is devoted to working scene changes and other technical aspects of a production during the tech and opening week period.
  • Keep Mainstage backstage and hallways clean and safe at all times.
  • Work with the Production Assistant(s) and Housekeeping/Maintenance personnel to keep the Stage Right Kitchen area clean.
  • Maintain First Aid Cabinets for the Mainstage and Upperstage and conduct periodic inventories for First Aid supplies
  • Accommodate the needs of the show while keeping the overall hours, and overtime hours specifically, to a minimum. Whenever possible, calls should begin no more than 1 1/2 hours before a performance time and end no later than ½ hour after performance ends.
  • Perform backstage duties during the run of each production, working to ensure its safe and smooth operation. This includes being the primary person responsible for disabling and enabling the smoke detector system when atmospheric effects are in use.
  • Maintain the inventory of backstage carpeting, its layout and installation dependent on the specific needs of the production.
  • Assemble and set up Quick Change Booths, Prop Tables and Storage Shelves and disassemble and store these items at the close of a production.
  • Perform routine maintenance and repairs on scenery and properties during the course of a run.
  • Perform the above duties for Dance Kaleidoscope during their residencies as well as other outside groups that use the Mainstage.
  • The following duties may be assigned during the runs of shows as the performance schedule and show duties might allow.
    • Hiring and Scheduling of Overhire Labor for Load-ins and Strikes.
    • Locate, order and acquire materials and equipment needed for the Scene Shop.
    • Work with the TD on maintenance of Shop tools and safety equipment and keeping those in good working order.
  • Perform such tasks, services, duties, and responsibilities in accordance with IRT policies, rules, regulations, and instructions now in force, or which may be adopted from time to time, during Employee’s employment at the IRT.

OTHER FUNCTIONS

  • Other duties as determined by Technical Director, Assistant Technical Director, and Production Manager.

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience:

  • Experience in scenery construction
  • Experience in being a member of backstage run crews
  • Experience running stage effects and automation controls

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES 
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • Proficiency operating a variety of woodworking tools.
  • Ability to manage staff and communicate instructions to them
  • Ability to work in a team and maintain a positive attitude.
  • Ability to collaborate with fellow staff and free-lance artists.
  • Knowledge of best practices for scene changes and backstage safety
  • Ability to work nights and weekends.

 

HEALTH & SAFETY

  • COVID-19 vaccination and proof of vaccination are required for employment at the IRT.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those an individual must meet in order to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. We will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions.

  • This position consistently works in darkened environments.
  • This position must be able to communicate orally and by e-mail with creative team members
  • This position requires the ability to reposition and/or transport objects of 50 pounds.
  • This position must be able to consistently position oneself in a stooping, kneeling, or crouching manner.
  • This position occasionally ascends/descends ladders and personnel lifts.
  • This position must be comfortable working at heights in catwalks
  • This position must be comfortable working in confined spaces
     

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION
Please send a cover letter and resume with three references to ProductionJobs@irtlive.com.  Please include the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line. You may also mail them to the Indiana Repertory Theatre ATTN: Production Manager, 140 W Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204.

 

IRT General Auditions 
Learn More

The Indiana Repertory Theatre’s annual Equity Principal Auditions will be held by video submission only. To be considered for the 2022-2023 season, please email your headshot, resume, and video submission to casting@irtlive.com by Monday, March 28, 2022.  The subject line should read: ACTOR NAME, AEA, 22-23 EPA. 

Actors are asked to prepare two contrasting monologues totaling no more than three minutes.  

Show-specific auditions are by invitation only and will follow our Equity Principal Auditions.

Equity Principal Auditions are for members of Actors Equity Association.  Non-union actors are welcome to audition but priority is given to AEA members. If you are a non-union actor submitting an audition tape, please ensure your subject line reads: ACTOR NAME, Non-Union, 22-23.

For all questions, email casting@irtlive.com.

IRT Youth Auditions
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IRT will hold auditions for young actors in the 2022-2023 season in the late summer/early fall.  Check back in August for more information on how to audition. 


VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Usher at the IRT
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Interested in getting involved as an usher at the IRT? Volunteer to usher at any of our performances throughout the year and receive access to watch the performance you usher. 

Already an usher? Log in here.

If you would like more information or want to be registered as a new volunteer please send an email to House Manager Marissa Klingler at mklingler@irtlive.com.

Script Submission

Submit Your Script
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Thank you for your interest. The IRT accepts unsolicited scripts from Indiana playwrights only. If you are an Indiana playwright and you would like to submit your script for consideration by the IRT, please send your playwriting resume, a script summary, and a 10-page excerpt to Richard J Roberts, Resident Dramaturg.

SUBMIT YOUR SCRIPT