June 22 through August 21
Work With Us
Door Shakespeare is currently gathering our design team, company members, and administrative staff for the 2022 season. We also hire actors throughout the year for our staged reading series.
Actors, Designers, and Directors
Please send your head shot and/or resume to email@example.com.
Business, Finance, Accounting, Information Technology, and Arts Administration Interests
Door Shakespeare hires Arts Administration personnel for the production season. Contracts range from April through August. If interested, please send your resume accompanied by an email highlighting your specific area of interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Door Shakespeare believes in providing a well-rounded experience for our interns in their chosen field with additional opportunities to explore other areas of the theatre. Past internships have been in the areas of: Lighting, Costumes, Acting, and Arts Administration. We are dedicated to providing a supportive learning environment supplemented with high levels of responsibility and flexible learning opportunities guided by individual talents and interests.
If you are interested in Door Shakespeare’s intern program, please send your resume accompanied by an email highlighting your specific interests to: email@example.com.
Door Shakespeare celebrates diversity. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
Door Shakespeare Anti-Racism Statement
We, as the staff of Door Shakespeare, commit ourselves to look, with clear eyes, at the systemic racism present in our world, our community, and within our organization. To listen, without defensiveness, to the voices of BIPOC and Brown artists, audience members, and supporters. To understand, and work to become our best selves in order to dismantle deeply entrenched systems of oppression.
Much like our country, we at this theatre struggle to reconcile our aspirations with our day-to-day behavior. And we know we cannot remain silent in the face of the pervasive violence being perpetrated against BIPOC and Brown people. We must, in both word and deed, commit to being anti-racist, as individuals and as members of the Door Shakespeare community. We don’t say this lightly—we have much work to do.
We will continue to educate ourselves, to build on our work in this moment, and to desire to become a better and more inclusive theatre.