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Have you considered a career in the arts? If so, Casa Mañana is the place to be. Apply today!

Open Positions

REPORTS TO: House Manager

OBJECTIVE: Provide excellent customer service and maintain a smooth operation of the bar and merchandise areas. Work in a fun environment.

HOURS: Evening and Weekend hours based on weekly theatre schedule, not to exceed 40 hrs per week without prior approval.


  • Ensure that operations run smoothly for patrons who attend the theatre
  • Be TABC licensed and maintain all guidelines according to TABC
  • Help managers maintain inventory
  • Stock bar and merchandise
  • Take payments through Square and give correct change to patrons
  • Able to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Perform other responsibilities and duties as requested
  • Table service experience a plus

EDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalent, some college


  • Friendly attitude
  • Strong verbal
  • Organizational
  • Communication

EXPERIENCE: Customer service, Bartending experience, cashier experience a plus.

Please send a resume to Philip Smerick. No calls, please.

REPORTS TO: Box Office Manager

OBJECTIVE: Provide support for the marketing team by giving excellent customer service to patrons through the ticket sales process.

HOURS: Part-Time, up to 30 hours per week, the Box Office is open Tuesday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.; Saturday, Sunday and evening hours based on the weekly performance schedule.


  • Providing excellent customer service to all guests of Casa Manana
  • Processing ticket sales and answering patron questions with poise and patience
  • Balancing cash and receipts with manager
  • Addresses all customer concerns related to ticket processes, policies, seating maps and show details
  • Perform other responsibilities and duties as requested

EDUCATION: High school diploma or equivalent


  • Must have strong customer service skills
  • Proficient with computer software systems
  • Organized
  • Efficient
  • Detail-oriented

EXPERIENCE: Background in customer service required. Previous box office experience preferred.

To apply send a resume to No calls, please.

REPORTS TO: Shop Foreman/Technical Director

HOURS: Full time, non-exempt. Hours based on theatre schedule and will include nights and weekends


  • Build props and scenery for 10-11 full productions per year plus events and educational programs
  • Load ins and strikes of all productions and events
  • Operation and maintenance of Casa Mañana’s facilities
  • Ensure a safe and supportive environment
  • Perform other responsibilities and duties as requested by technical director


  • Must be able/willing to work at height (ladders/lifts/theater grid)
  • Must be able/willing to lift and move heavy scenery and material
  • Must be able/willing to drive company box truck (will train)
  • Understands stage directions
  • Some stagecraft knowledge

The Ideal Candidate has:

  • Experience in scenic carpentry and layout
  • Experience in metals fabricating/MIG welding
  • Experience with rigging for theatre

Casa Mañana is willing to train if minimum job requirements can be met and candidate has some carpentry experience. Send cover letter and resume to Please put job title as subject of email. No calls, please.



Are you a director, actor, choreographer, dancer, singer, music director, writer, designer, or another kind of theatre artist? Are you a passionate, experienced, and student-focused teacher? Do you want to share your love of the performing arts with others? Do you want to develop tomorrow’s theatre artists and audiences? Then we’d like to meet you!

Casa Mañana Studios (CMS), the Education arm of Casa Mañana, wants to connect with teacher-artists of all types for consideration for current and future contract teaching positions. We are expanding our network of potential teachers with 4 major goals in mind:

Deepening our commitment to diversity and inclusion throughout the organization,
Offering students of all ages more opportunities for learning,
Providing opportunities for North Texas teacher-artists to explore their craft, and
Developing a program that fosters a deeper understanding of the creative arts for all students.

At CMS, we offer education and performance opportunities for students from Pre-K to college. Students learn listening and communication, teamwork, critical and creative thinking, self-advocacy, and other abilities through the exploration of musical theatre’s foundational skills: acting, singing, dancing.

In the future, we will offer more opportunities for students to explore the range of what it means to be a theatre artist, including playwriting, content creation, songwriting, production skills like lighting and set design, and other aspects of the performing arts.


CMS offers our teaching staff:

  • Competitive pay
  • Year-round opportunities for teaching (Fall, Spring, and Summer)
  • Passionate students and engaged families
  • Flexibility in scheduling when professional commitments conflict
  • Opportunities for growth as performers and educators
  • Curriculum building and class support

For consideration for current and future teaching opportunities, please send a cover letter and resume to

Have questions? Contact James McQuillen, Director of Theatre for Youth, at

REPORTS TO: Wardrobe Supervisor

OBJECTIVE: Provide support to wardrobe supervisor for in-house costume shop for theatre that produces 11 shows per season.

HOURS: Part-Time as needed for theatre schedule


  • Build costumes from patterns or draping
  • Assist with the day-to-day running of the shop (clerical work, running errands, costume research and shopping)
  • Pre-production and post-production set up/takedown of dressing rooms
  • Maintain costumes and any hairpieces/wigs
  • Perform other responsibilities and duties as requested by wardrobe supervisor

EDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalent, some college

SKILLS: Applicants should be detail-oriented and organized, have computer skills in Word, Excel, and internet browsers, and must have a car and valid driver’s license.

EXPERIENCE: Applicants must have proficient experience constructing costumes of various materials from flat patterns and/or draping.

Please send a cover letter and resume to If an online portfolio is available, please include a link. Please put the job title as the subject of the email. No calls, please.

REPORTS TO: Director of Marketing

OBJECTIVE: Telemarketing to generate sales for tickets and donations.

HOURS: Full-time, exempt (base salary + commission). Office Hours: Based on calling schedule.


  • Telemarketing of single ticket holders and lapsed season subscribers to convert into season subscribers and donors
  • Telemarketing of ticket holders for future shows
  • Process reservations and payments in the ticketing system
  • Maintain clean and accurate records
  • Report sales weekly
  • Other duties as assigned by Director of Marketing

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in marketing, public relations, communications, special events or equivalent work experience


  • Ambitiously creative
  • Excellent organizational
  • Interpersonal and communications skills
  • A reputation for accuracy and responsiveness
  • Meticulous attention to detail and follow-up
  • Highly organized and self-motivated
  • Ticketing system knowledge preferred

EXPERIENCE: 1-3 years in sales.

Please send a cover letter and resume to If an online portfolio is available, please include a link. Please put the job title as the subject of the email. No calls, please.

Reports to: President & Executive Producer

Hours: Full time, Exempt. Hours based on theatre and education schedule

Key Job Responsibilities:

  • Under guidance of the executive producer, responsible for the artistic planning and creative direction of the 4-5 Theatre for Young Audience productions per season
  • In collaboration with the Director of Theatre for Youth, teach acting classes and develop programs for Casa Mañana Studios
  • Through stage and education programs, support and advance Casa Mañana’s DEIA initiatives
  • Plan, facilitate and support performing arts workshops and training programs
    Ensure a safe and supportive environment
  • Perform other responsibilities and duties as requested by president & executive producer

The Ideal Candidate:

  • Has vast experience directing Theatre for Young Audiences productions
  • Has experience teaching classes, from beginner to advanced levels
  • Is familiar with accessible programming
  • Is proactive by nature and takes initiative
  • Thrives in a collaborative environment
  • Will actively recruit, developing partnerships with community resources to bring talent into our programs

Send a cover letter and resume to Please put the job title as the subject of the email. No calls, please.

Casa Mañana is committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse arts community in Fort Worth. We welcome applicants of all abilities, ethnicities, gender identities and ages to apply for positions. Casa Mañana is an equal opportunity employer.