EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES


Tuacahn regularly accepts applications for both part-time and full-time seasonal positions. Please click on the link at the bottom of this page to fill out an application. *Please note - If we are not hiring at the time of your submission, we will keep your application on file, but WILL NOT respond to you unless we are interested in contacting you for an interview.


Year-Round Positions:

It is the primary responsibility of the Line Cook to prepare and cook food on all stations in the kitchen. All duties are to be performed in accordance with departmental and property policies, practices, and procedures. Click here.

Seasonal Positions:

Tuacahn's 2020 production build period runs from late April through June 16, 2020. Most technical theatre positions are full time during that period. Some late nights required. After June 16, most positions require work Monday - Saturday from approximately 6:00 pm - 11:30 pm. Seasonal positions work the summer holidays. Box Office Day shifts are 9:00 am to 4:00 pm and Night shifts are 3:00pm to 9:30pm.

This position assists the concessions manager in oversight of all concessions employees, during evening show time activities and events at Tuacahn Center For The Arts. Click here.

This position assists the Food Services Manager in oversight of all concessions, Cafe, and school lunch employees, activities and events requiring food services at Tuacahn Center For The Arts. Click here.

Assist the systems engineer with all audio/video systems set up and operations. You will assist video design with all needs during build, onstage rehearsal and technical rehearsals. Click here.

Employees in Concessions and other related work will be expected to prepare, handle, and serve our patrons food and beverages in timely and professional manner. They must be able to handle money transaction through our point of sale system (they will receive training). Click here.

The Craft person is responsible for the construction, fitting and alteration of costume craft items, including but not limited to: armor, puppets, masks, footwear, belts, bags, jewelry and dye work. They should be familiar with as many different techniques and materials as necessary to complete the tasks mentioned and /or be able to research new products as needed. Click here.

Dedicated Audio Professional (DAP) Experienced in theatrical production audio especially wireless microphone and orchestra microphone applications. An excellent communicator with patience and understanding of a variety of personalities. Understand deadlines and anticipate needs and schedules for completions. Able to handle change and adapt to new and creative requests. Click here.

The Draper/Cutter is responsible for the production of patterns based on the costume renderings, sketches, research, and verbal instructions of the Costume Designer. The Draper/Cutter is also responsible for leading a team and overseeing all necessary areas for the fit and completion of all costumes for all specified shows. Click here.

The First Hand is responsible for cutting out all assigned costumes and helps guide the stitching team through costume builds and alterations. Click here.

Oversee the scenic department to realize the design and performance of our indoor show. Working closely with the design team to communicate progress and organizing crews for efficient work assignments and completions. Click here.

Assist the Technical Director and Assistant Technical Director to realize the scenic design for 3 mainstage shows. Working closely with the Assistant Technical Director to communicate progress and completions. Click here.

The Stitcher is responsible for the alteration and/or construction of all assigned costumes. Click here.

The Wardrobe Crew is responsible for preparing, and steam/ironing all costumes in preparation for all shows as well as performing pre-sets of costumes and completing show dressing cues in an outdoor setting. Click here.

The Wig Build Lead is responsible for building and styling all wigs as per designs from the Wig Designer. They are also responsible for maintenance, styling, and upkeep of all wigs for our Mainstage productions throughout the season. Click here.

The Wig Build Technician is responsible for building and styling all wigs as per designs from the Wig Designer. They are also responsible for maintenance, styling, and upkeep of all wigs for our Mainstage productions throughout the season. Click here.

The Wig/Makeup Crew is responsible sanitation and application of wigs for all shows as well as performing pre-sets of wigs and completing show wig cues in an outdoor setting. Click here.

The Wig/Makeup Supervisor is responsible for leading a crew of 4 in maintaining, sanitizing, style/upkeep, and application of wigs for all shows as well as performing pre-sets of wigs and completing show wig cues in an outdoor setting. They are also responsible for creating and maintaining show run paperwork for all necessary shows. Click here.

To assist the Head Wrangler in the training, care and, feeding of Tuacahn animal assets. You will support the Head Wrangler in show performance and preparations for the animal needs of nightly Tuacahn Broadway season productions. Experience in equestrian riding and care is preferred. Click here.

Employment Application:

Tuacahn Center for the Arts is a fun and rewarding place to work. You will have the opportunity to work with many professionals in the entertainment industry.

We are in the process of upgrading our online application. Until the new application site is working please print the PDF file below, fill it out, and either bring it to our administration office, or email the completed application to [email protected].