The historic Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA – where Broadway goes to summer – is seeking a Company Manager for our 2019 Season which includes productions of i Being Earnest, Little Shop of Horrors, Once, A Chorus Line, Noises Off and Deathtrap.
The Company Manager is responsible for coordinating all guest artist travel and lodging, as well as overseeing production staff housing.They will assist marketing and development functions through the shepherding of artists to events. The Company Manager will also oversee all artist contracts regarding union filings and payroll. The successful candidate must be organized, work independently, and have the ability to interact successfully with a wide range of constituencies including artists, staff, travel vendors, lodging vendors, and the community in general.
Must have experience with Equity payroll. Must own a car.
This position is an important communication link for all departments, and therefore requires an understanding of, and adherence to, appropriate organizational protocol. The candidate must be able function in a fast-paced environment, and have the skills to identify and solve problems quickly. Position runs from early May to early September. Weekly salary plus housing.
Please send cover letter, resume to email@example.com. No calls.
Referred to as the “Place Where Broadway Goes to Summer” by The New York Times, The Cape Playhouse has attracted a long litany of famous actors since its inception in 1927 including Julie Andrews, Bernadette Peters, Olympia Dukakis, Bette Davis, Henry Fonda, Betty White, Gertrude Lawrence and Ginger Rogers to name a few. Recent productions include Judy Kuhn and Mary Testa in Steel Magnolias, Julia Murney in Gypsy and being named one of the 50 best theatres in American. The Cape Playhouse also holds the distinction of being the oldest continually operating professional theatre in the United States.