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Employment Opportunities

The Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre is one of Missouri’s oldest professional regional theatres (AEA- LOA-LORT D).  In 1961, in an old Baptist church, the Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre began entertaining audiences. Now, over a half a century later, The Lyceum continues to entertain audiences in a beautiful, historic setting. Located in the unique Village of Arrow Rock, Missouri, The Lyceum is now housed in a beautiful, intimate 416 seat theatre where Lyceum audiences truly are a part of the action. Each year, more than 33,000 patrons enjoy Broadway-caliber productions created by professional theatre artists carefully chosen from around the country.

 


Arrow Rock Lyceum seeks a Master Carpenter for its 60th Season. 

GENERAL INFORMATION:

  • The Summer season runs from May 9 through Sept 23, with flexible ending contract dates, based on availability.
  • Housing is provided for all staff.
  • Pay range begins at $400/week, BOE.
  • Arrow Rock Lyceum is an equal opportunity employer and is dedicated to Equity, Diversity and Inclusiveness in hiring and all daily operations.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • The Master Carpenter will work with the Technical Director and Assistant Technical Director to execute scenic designs.  
  • Oversee carpenters and be able to offer guidance when necessary.
  • Be able to fill in for ATD, when necessary to manage shop operation. 
  • Set a standard of quality in a quick paced shop.  
  • Maintaining current production.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:

  • The Master Carpenter should be an organized self-starter who has a strong background in scenic construction techniques, rigging, and basic tool maintenance within a fast-paced professional setting.  
  • A strong history of proven experience is a must.
  • Ability to lift minimum 75 lbs.
  • Dedication to maintaining a clean, safe, productive and positive shop environment.
  • Ability to tolerate pun-based humor.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Previous experience with hemp rigging systems.
  • Proficient at welding (MIG).

TO APPLY:

Send resumes and either a digital portfolio or link to one to ryanz@lyceumtheatre.org. Please include at least three references.


Arrow Rock Lyceum seeks two Carpenters for its 60th Season. 

GENERAL INFORMATION:

  • The Summer season runs from May 9 through Sept 23, with flexible ending contract dates, based on availability.
  • Housing is provided for all staff.
  • Pay range begins at $350/week, BOE.
  • Arrow Rock Lyceum is an equal opportunity employer and is dedicated to Equity, Diversity and Inclusiveness in hiring and all daily operations.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • The Carpenter will work with the Assistant Technical Director and Master Carpenter to execute scenic designs.  
  • Depending on demands of show, Carpenters may be assigned as run crew for shows.  Carpenters will then be given leave from shop to make up for their crew responsibilities.
  • Maintain a high standard of quality in a quick paced shop.  
  • Maintaining current production.
  • Aid Props Master with moving and constructing as is needed.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:

  • The Carpenter should be an organized self-starter who has a strong background in scenic construction techniques, rigging, and basic tool maintenance within a fast-paced professional setting.  
  • A history of experience is a must.
  • Ability to lift minimum 75 lbs.
  • Dedication to maintaining a clean, safe, productive and positive shop environment.
  • Ability to tolerate pun-based humor.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATION:

  • Previous experience with hemp rigging systems.

TO APPLY:

Send resumes and either a digital portfolio or link to one to ryanz@lyceumtheatre.org.  Please include at least three references.


Arrow Rock Lyceum seeks Stitchers for its 60th Season. 

GENERAL INFORMATION:

  • The Summer season runs from May 9 through Oct. 6, with flexible ending contract dates, based on availability.
  • Housing is provided for all staff.
  • Pay range begins at $350/week, BOE.
  • Arrow Rock Lyceum is an equal opportunity employer and is dedicated to Equity, Diversity and Inclusiveness in hiring and all daily operations.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • The Stitcher will work with the Costume Designer and Shop Foreman to execute costume designs.  
  • Depending on demands of show, Stitchers may be assigned as wardrobe crew for shows.  
  • Maintaining, fixing and laundering current production.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:

  • The Stitcher should be an organized self-starter who has a strong background in costume construction techniques, costume crafts, and basic tool maintenance within a fast-paced professional setting.  
  • Previous experience is a must.
  • Ability to lift minimum 35 lbs.
  • Dedication to maintaining a clean, safe, productive and positive shop environment.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Experience with wig maintenance.
  • Have a valid driver’s license.

TO APPLY:

Send resumes and either a digital portfolio or link to one to ryanz@lyceumtheatre.org. Please include at least three references.


Arrow Rock Lyceum seeks a Charge Artist for its 60th Season. 

GENERAL INFORMATION:

  • The Charge Artist contract runs from May 16-Aug 7.
  • Housing is provided for all staff.
  • Pay range begins at $350/week, BOE.
  • Arrow Rock Lyceum is an equal opportunity employer and is dedicated to Equity, Diversity and Inclusiveness in hiring and all daily operations.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • The Charge Artist will work with the Scenic Designer/Technical Director to implement all painting as design demands.  
  • Touch up maintenance for shows that are running.
  • Maintain a high standard of quality in a quick paced shop.  
  • Aid Props Master with difficult faux finishes.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:

  • The Charge Artist should be an organized self-starter who has a strong background in scenic paint techniques, foam carving, drop painting and color mixing.  
  • A history of experience is a must.
  • Ability work from digital paint elevations.
  • Ability to collaborate with shop to negotiate space and time concerns.
  • Ability to plan and schedule work and anticipate paint supply needs.
  • Dedication to maintaining a clean, safe, productive and positive shop environment.
  • Ability to tolerate pun-based humor.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Previous experience with colorant based paint mixing system.

TO APPLY:

Send resumes and either a digital portfolio or link to one to ryanz@lyceumtheatre.org. Please include at least three references.