Job Opportunities

Front-Of-House Team

Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts is always looking for skilled and courteous individuals to join the front-of-house staff. Employees in this role facilitate guest services during events, including concessions, cleaning, and more.

Interested in joining the front-of-house team? Fill out the form below and email it to boxoffice@wagonwheelcenter.org.

*The application above is only needed for front-of-house employment.

*See instructions for summer technical positions below.

Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts is seeking 1 Stitcher* and 1 Stitcher/Wardrobe** for its Professional Theatre holiday production of The Sound Of Music.

Pay is $500 a week plus housing and transportation. The build of the show is November 19-December 2, 2022. The show runs December 2-December 18, 2022.
*Stitcher contract dates are November 19-December 2, 2022
**Stitcher/Wardrobe contract dates are November 19-December 20, 2022

Stitchers must have strong sewing skills, be a knowledgeable crafts-person is a plus, have some experience working with industrial sewing machines (blind stitch, serger, etc.), be well organized with the ability to work diligently under Costume Designer. This position will require you to work closely with the costume designer to execute the design of the show. Other expectations include but are not limited to: Keeping the costume shop/stock/storage organized and cared for, pulling appropriate costumes as needed, building costumes/pieces/accessories. assisting with alterations as specified by the costume designer. or other things required to complete the design of the show.

As a Wardrobe run crew: Helping with quick changes, emergency repairs, and preset/strike of costumes during performances. Other duties include: laundry, ensuring that the dressing rooms and laundry facilities are being kept in an orderly state, ensuring the current show needs are being accomplished and that all costumes/undergarments/shoes/accessories are in good repair for the show, must be good with children. Making repairs as needed. Doing laundry after every performance and making sure they are hung up, dry, ironed, and ready for the next show. Helping with strike, laundering, and return of costumes to stock.

Please send resume’ to Artistic Director, Scott Michaels no later than October 16th: scottmichaels@wagonwheelcenter.org

The Wagon Wheel Theatre is looking for its 2022 team of technicians!

To produce another summer of Broadway-quality theatre, we are seeking to fill the following positions: Production Stage Manager, Master Electrician, Props Designer, 2 Scenic Artists, 2 Stitchers, 1 Wardrobe/Stitcher, and 3 Carpenter/Electricians. The season includes Cinderella, Legally Blonde, Brigadoon, Addams Family, The Comedy of Errors, and Smokey Joe’s Cafe. The Wagon Wheel is an 830 + seat theatre-in-the-round which is supported by a live orchestra during musical productions. Each production runs for 10 days, with only 4 days between productions.

Summer contract details:

  • May 12th – August 22nd, approximately 13 weeks (willing to be flexible for students). Some contracts may be extended based on crew needs for last show.
  • Pay Starts at $400 per week (Housing is provided).
  • See job descriptions below

To apply: Please send cover letter, resumes WITH references, links to portfolio
(if possible), and any questions to Associate Artistic Director, Jennifer Dow: jen@wagonwheelcenter.org

Are you interested in the theatre and want to learn more about working professionally onstage or backstage?  Consider one of our internships!