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Open Positions

REPORTS TO: President & Executive Producer 

HOURS: Full time Exempt. Hours based on theatre schedule


  • Contribute to the development of and management of production budgets
  • Maintain a clear line of communication between directors, designers, stage managers, musicians and other show-related staff
  • Determine staffing needs, hire and onboard stage management, overhire labor and show crew
  • Develop production schedules and conduct regular production meetings 
  • Coordinate artist contract negotiations, protecting the interests of Casa Mañana (CM) and ensuring contractual compliance with CM.
  • Act as liaison between CM and artists/agents, including offering employment, executing contract, and mailing contract to artist/agent along with necessary onboarding paperwork.
  • Follow through on contracts to ensure compliance of contractual & union obligations of CM.
  • Track all offers/contract status complete with payroll & benefit information.
  • Assist artists by securing transportation and lodging when necessary, distributing scripts and scores, receiving reimbursements and responding to any questions or concerns the artist may have. 
  • Remain knowledgeable of artist union contracts & collective bargaining agreements.
  • Coordinate arrangements for local and out of town auditions, including rental of audition spaces, retaining pianists, retaining audition helpers, contacting selected artists for audition appointments and preparing audition materials
  • Assist executive producer and marketing director in scheduling casting activities of CM, such as press appearances.
  • Collaborate with other departments as needed
  • Perform other responsibilities and duties as requested by executive producer 

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in technical theatre, related field or equivalent work experience. 

SKILLS: Proficiency in technical theatre practices; excellent written and verbal communication skills; detail-oriented and organized; flexible and able to lead an entire production team across multiple departments with full-time, part-time and contract employees; budgeting; understanding of the design process; experience with AEA and USA agreements; proficiency in Microsoft Office. 

EXPERIENCE: Minimum 5 years’ experience in theatrical management with producing theatre.

Send cover letter and resume to employment@casamanana.org. Please put job title as subject of email. No calls, please. 

REPORTS TO: General Manager 

OBJECTIVE: Ensure a clean, safe experience and environment for all patrons. Oversee facilities and front of house, including house manager and relative staff, volunteers and marketing efforts.  

HOURS: Full time EXEMPT. Office Hours:  9am to 5pm Monday through Friday. Evening and Weekend hours as needed based on production schedule.


  • Coordinate with janitorial service for schedule, supply needs, contract issues and maintenance of exceptionally clean areas  
  • Program HVAC based on production schedule, coordinating maintenance schedules and emergency issues 
  • Coordinate parking lot with events 
  • Schedule security officers for shows and special events 
  • Schedule general repairs and maintenance 
  • Coordinate facility rentals 
  • Supervise house management, including oversight of personnel, Casateers, inventory and budgets  
  • Assist production and development departments as needed 
  • Other duties as assigned by general manager 

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in communications, special events or non-profit management or equivalent work experience 

 SKILLS: Excellent, interpersonal, supervisory and communications skills; a reputation for accuracy, responsiveness, meticulous attention to detail and follow-up; highly organized and self-motivated; strong knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite,  

EXPERIENCE: Five or more years’ experience in special events or related field with at least 2 years in management. Non-profit and/or performing arts experience preferred. 

To apply send a resume to employment@casamanana.org. No calls, please.

REPORTS TO: Sound Designer and Engineer 

HOURS: Full time Non-exempt. Hours based on theatre schedule 


  • Provide audio support for all mainstage, cabaret and educational productions 
  • Maintain inventory of audio equipment 
  • Alternate with Sound Designer as A1 or A2, based on show schedule and requirements for main stage productions  
  • A1 for Reid Cabaret Theatre performances 
  • Assist with all pre-show and post-show audio procedures 
  • Assist with audio requirements for rehearsal studio and lobby 
  • Handle the purchasing of materials within budget 
  • Handle department and show-level bookkeeping including credit cards, invoices, and budgets. 
  • Maintain clean and safe working environment 
  • Assist with tech rehearsal set up 
  • Perform other responsibilities and duties as requested by executive producer 

SKILLS: Mastery of A1 and A2 positions; sound design experience; detail-oriented and organized; flexible and able to work independently without direct supervision; applicant must be able to lift 50 pounds. 

EXPERIENCE: 3-5 years’ experience working with theatrical productions for producing theatre.     

To apply, send resume to employment@casamanana.org.



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 employment@casamanana.org.

Have questions? Contact James McQuillen, Director of Theatre for Youth, at james.mcquillen@casamanana.org.

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 employment@casamanana.org. 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: 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.

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.

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