Atlantic Theater Company - an award winning Off-Broadway theater and Acting School - seeks a Box Office Manager.
The Box Office Manager is the primary front-facing customer service representative between the Atlantic and the public. Schedule includes daytime, evening and weekend hours.
Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:
Managing all walk-up sales, as well as email and phone inquiries for single ticket buyers and members.
Collaborating with other staff members to ensure full houses.
Troubleshooting ticketing and audience issues as they arise.
Programming performances, subscription packages and pricing structures into Ovation Tix.
Processing daily sales and availability reports.
Working the box office window for 6-7 performances per week, in addition to daytime hours.
Assisting with strategic planning and projects to improve customer relations.
Maintaining audit-worthy reporting and ticket back-up.
Maintaining a clean and organized box office.
Following established Atlantic policies for single ticket buyers, members, cast, staff, etc.
Acting as building liaison for receiving deliveries, directing vendors and other duties as needed.
Candidates must work well under pressure and possess excellent customer service and problem solving skills. The strongest candidates will be both self starters and work well as members of a team. Applicants with strong computer skills, comfort using Microsoft Office applications (particularly Microsoft Excel), and confidence in math will be given greatest consideration. Experience with Ovation Tix is a plus.
This is a full-time position with salary and benefits included.
Please email cover letter and resume to the attention of Teresa Gozzo, Associate General Manager at email@example.com. Only those whose application is being considered will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
Atlantic Theater Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
THEATRE EDUCATION & SCHOOL MARKETING ASSOCIATE
Atlantic Theater seeks an Education & School Marketing Associate to organize, manage, and coordinate general marketing campaigns for our educational and Atlantic Acting School programs.
**APPLICANTS MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE WITHIN THE ARTS EDUCATION FIELD**
Under the supervision of Atlantic Theater’s Marketing Director, the associate will oversee the promotional needs of the School with the aim to increase impact across all marketing, advertising, and press efforts resulting in a stronger national presence and increased enrollment.
Guided by the School Executive Director and the Director of Education and Recruitment, this role will help generate an overall strategy for reaching various markets (pre-K through college) while researching and coordinating all possible advertising avenues be it print or online. Other duties include:
Maintaining the School’s social media platforms
Maintaining the Atlantic Acting School website
Working with the Graphics and Communications Associate for all needed collateral and marketing materials
SEO/SEM: Help optimize all paid and organic search listings
Recruitment: Create a consistent branded look for all conferences
Community Manager/Content Organizer: Gather information from staff about all events and share information appropriately
Alumni Outreach: Weekly scan and tracking of alum to assess latest success stories
Guest Classes: Plan video and photo opportunities for the year
Additionally, the Education & School Marketing Associate will work with Atlantic’s Marketing Director to better integrate Theater and School by identifying cross promotional opportunities and help craft new initiatives to promote a cohesive Atlantic brand.
For immediate consideration, please email resume and cover letter clearly stating the position you are applying for to the attention of Steve Tate, Marketing Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please. Atlantic Theater Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Atlantic Theater Company, an award-winning non-profit Off-Broadway theater, seeks a Development Assistant to join its dedicated and hard-working team. Assistant will report directly to the Director of Development. He/she will demonstrate: a strong commitment to helping the team meet our financial goals; keen attention to detail; the ability to manage multiple activities and priorities simultaneously; and an interest in gaining in-depth knowledge of philanthropy and fundraising strategies.
The Assistant will:
Take direct responsibility for all aspects of gift processing and Raiser’s Edge database management.
Work with Finance team to reconcile contributed income and prepare for annual audit.
Serve as primary point of contact for Patrons and institutional funders by fulfilling all development house seat requests.
Write acknowledgment letters for all gifts received.
Assist with day-of preparations for all cultivation events. Occasional nights and weekends required.
Bachelor’s degree or 2 years of related experience.
Excellent communication skills.
Ability to interact with staff members and donors at all levels.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.
Ability to clearly articulate interest in pursuing a fundraising career, as well as specific reasons for wanting to work at Atlantic.
Experience working with Raiser’s Edge and financial data preferred.
This is an entry-level, full-time position with salary and benefits included. Please email a cover letter, resume, and an expected salary range to the attention of Anna Frenkel at email@example.com and indicate Development Assistant in the subject line. No phone calls, please. Atlantic Theater Company is an equal opportunity employer.
Atlantic Theater Company accepts only solicited material, agent submissions, and work/proposals from its ensemble. Our season is comprised of four mainstage productions of new plays and revivals, and two second stage productions with an emphasis on new work.
The season is complemented by a development series of readings and workshops, and we have an active commissioning program.
In an effort to refocus our submissions policy, and attend to the large number of solicited scripts we received each season, we will no longer be accepting samples or inquiries as of September, 2012.
Playwrights are urged to consult The Dramatists Sourcebook and individual organizations’ websites for complete information on submission policies at American theaters.
The Stage Management Fellowship Program is designed for early-career theater professionals who have chosen a career in stage management. Fellows will serve as assistants to the Equity Stage Manager and Assistant Stage Manager, interacting daily with all aspects of stage management for the duration of one full production. Throughout the rehearsal period, duties will include managing props, maintaining script updates, taking rehearsal notes, staying on book for actors, and giving line notes. Fellows will also attend production meetings and rehearsals and will work as running crew backstage during productions.
The Program provides a stipend of $250 per week starting the week before rehearsals. Fellows will be able to take advantage of Atlantic’s Internship program, which includes sit-down sessions with Atlantic staff, directors, writers, and designers. Some previous participants have continued the fellowship, working in the same capacity on a second Atlantic show.
The Fellowship Program looks to offer more than the traditional P.A. employment opportunity, by involving the Fellow in the company as part of the extended “Atlantic Family,” and by investing in his or her training and career.
The Fellowship Program has a rolling application process. Please send all cover letters and resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org, and you will be notified if we would like to interview you for new opportunities. Send updated resumes as necessary.
The Atlantic Theater Company invites multiple internships throughout the season in every aspect of the organization's operations.
Internships are unpaid and generally held by undergraduate and graduate students, or recent college graduates.
We offer college credit, tickets to all of the Atlantic main stage and second stage performances, free tickets to certain Broadway and Off-Broadway shows,
metrocards for full-time interns, and educational sit down sessions with Atlantic staff, guest artists and other theater professionals.
Housing cannot be provided. Part time (20 hours/week min.) and full time applicants are welcomed.
All internships provide the intern with the opportunity to get to know not only his or her department head, but the entire Atlantic
staff as well as various theater artists.
Each semester, we introduce more seminars, observing opportunities, and excursions into the larger New York theater community.
Every internship involves some “grunt work” and errand running.
We look for interns who will challenge us to constantly make the program better and more comprehensive.
Be sure to send all your materials in one email or one mailing and clearly specify
which internship(s) you are interested in. List no more than three and please list them in order of preference.
The deadline for Spring 2014 internships is November 11.
PLEASE NOTE: We DO NOT offer internships in acting or casting.
The Individual Giving and Special Events Development Intern works closely with the Manager of Individual Giving and Special Events and development associates. Interns assist in the planning and execution of Atlantic events including opening and closing nights, patron dinners, and the spring gala. This position is for a self-motivated individual who is interested in learning arts and creative thinking that goes behind fundraising. Excellent communication and people skills are also key for this internship. Additional consideration will be given to applicants interested in a year-long commitment.
Institutional Giving Intern The Institutional Giving Development Intern works closely with the Manager of Institutional Giving and have the opportunity to be involved in foundation research, strategy meetings, and program development. This position is for a self-motivated individual who is interested in learning arts and creative thinking that goes behind fundraising. Excellent communication and people skills are also key for this internship.
The Executive intern reports directly to the Executive Assistant. The intern helps manage the day-to-day schedule, correspondence and needs of the Artistic Director and Managing director. This internship position is comparable to being a second assistant to the Managing Director and the Artistic Director who oversee all aspects of the Atlantic’s operation. This internship offers a comprehensive look at how a theater company runs from programming to finance to board and ensemble relations. Candidates should be prepared for a fast paced, high volume internship, and a close look at how an Off-Broadway theater office runs.
Reporting to the Company and Business Managers, the intern will assist in the general management activities of both the producing season and business operations of the organization. With Company Management, the intern will be involved with maintaining contractual union obligations, box office, front of house management and other tasks related to current and upcoming productions. The intern will also work with the business department on administrative tasks, account reconciliations and the preparation of the annual audit. This internship affords the right candidate an opportunity to participate in multiple aspects of theater management and is ideal for those interested in pursuing company management or arts administration professionally. Superb organizational skills and knowledge of Excel are desirable. There are occasionally opportunities to house or company manage Stage 2 productions. Days and hours vary based on the production schedule.
The Literary intern works under the Associate Artistic Director and Literary Manager and is involved with reading and evaluating plays, researching the current theatrical landscape, maintaining the script database, assisting with readings, archiving, and other administrative tasks. Strong preference will be given to those who are pursuing or have completed a masters degree in this field. NOTE: If applying in the fall, we will give preference to applications for a full-season internship (min. 3 days/week, September to May), but will consider applicants interested in the fall semester only, and ask that you note your interest on your form.
Mainstage Production Management
The Production Management intern reports directly to the Production Manager. The intern will assist the Production Manager in day to day operations of the production office including, but not limited to: Weekly payroll tracking, budget tracking, pre-production scheduling, load-ins and strike, facility maintenance and rental coordination. The Production Management intern will also have an active role with the upcoming renovation of our Main Stage theater. A strong knowledge of technical theater or stage management is required. This internship can be either full or part time.
The operations intern reports directly to the Operations Manager. Operations is one of the few intern positions that interacts with every department at Atlantic. It touches on every aspect of how the Atlantic runs day-to-day. The operations intern is counted on as a member of the team, working on long and short-term projects related to both the theater company and the school. This is a fast-paced, exciting internship which brings new challenges every day. Applicants should have a love of theater, an attention to detail, and be willing to get their hands dirty. Computer proficiency required. Part-time or full-time applicants considered.
Production assistant interns assist the stage managers in the rehearsal room and during previews of Atlantic mainstage and second stage productions. The internship is full time and follows the standard show rehearsal schedule through the first two weeks of previews. Tasks during rehearsal may include copying and maintaining script updates, props management, running lines with actors, being “on book,” and running errands. An interest in stage management is preferred.
The intern will assist the Artistic Director of the Atlantic Acting School in all aspects of producing a season of student productions including 3-4 full length productions and several evenings of one-act plays performed by students from both the NYU Tisch undergraduate and Conservatory programs. Additionally, this intern will support the Artistic Director in producing the Atlantic for Kids show; a Children’s Theater piece performed as a part of the Atlantic’s Mainstage season. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to obtaining rights, monitoring auditions, assisting in production casting, creating cast & crew contact sheets, scheduling and reserving space, and programming for future seasons. Duties may also entail drafting faculty and parent correspondence, compiling information for publicity materials and programs, and managing ticket reservations. Excellent experience for those interested in producing positions within upstart performing arts organizations. This position is well suited for an individual who would like exposure to many differing facets of production and who feels comfortable multi-tasking and managing several projects simultaneously. Offered during the Spring and Fall semesters.
Work closely with the Education director to help organize and trail our ATC Teaching Artists in our elementary Afterschool Kids classes. Gain hands on experience in the practical and curricular elements of a theater school’s programming and participate actively in the classroom setting working with children. Responsibilities include research, preparing material for faculty and performance materials and classroom prep for the afterschool program. Responsibilities include contacting interested schools, setting up pre-and-post theater classroom visits, making classroom visits with Education director, creating the Study Guides, and helping to host the students at the theater on performance days. Ideal for an organized, upbeat personality with a sense of play who is detail-oriented and can go with the flow. Solid computer and social networking skills desired. Offered during the Spring, Summer and Fall semesters.
Work closely with the school directors to assist with administration for our undergrad NYU, Professional Conservatory and part-time programming. Gain hands on experience in the practical and curricular elements of a theater school’s development, marketing, recruitment and administration. Responsibilities include doing research, preparing material for faculty meetings and orientations, organizing student evaluations and grade-collecting software, maintaining student database, reaching out to alumni, assisting with guest classes and end-of-term receptions and preparing content for website. Ideal for a sharp, extremely organized, detail-oriented person who can go with the flow and has a passion for arts education administration. Solid computer (especially Google Documents) and social networking skills desired. Offered during the Spring, Summer and Fall semesters.
Atlantic Acting School / Stage 2 Production Management
The Stage 2 intern reports directly to the Production Manager of Stage 2. This position requires the applicant to assist in all aspects of production as they relate to Atlantic Acting School and Stage 2 shows. These include assisting in the organization and operation of the Stage 2 theater and rehearsal studios, costume management, and the sourcing and building of props for shows. The intern will learn to read scenic plans and work with designers to interpret their ideas. The intern will also be asked to help with building and finishing of sets. This position will give an all around theater production experience, working and learning all back stage theatrical roles. Offered during the Spring and Fall semesters.
Atlantic Acting School / Stage 2 Technical Production
The Technical production intern reports directly to the Production Manager of Stage 2. This position requires the applicant to primarily help with the construction and design implementation of the scenic elements of the Atlantic Acting School and Stage 2 shows. The intern will be responsible for assisting the Technical Director and Stage 2 Production Manager in loading in scenic elements, interacting with designers and directors, and taking scenic notes. Availability during build weeks is a must and you may be required to attend some weekends of Tech Rehearsals, to facilitate the operation of the set, and assist in many areas. Offered during the Spring and Fall semesters.
Atlantic Acting School Design
The Acting school design intern reports directly to the Production Manager of Stage 2. This position requires the applicant to assist the Stage 2 Production Manager in all tasks related to the design of all Atlantic Acting School Stage 2 shows, including but not limited to: sourcing and building props, assisting the designer wherever they may need help, attending all tech rehearsals and helping with light hangs/focus, and taking notes from designers. Offered during the Spring and Fall semesters.
Marketing / Membership
This intern will report to the Membership & Marketing Associate. They will assist the Marketing/Membership Department with all needs, including such projects as season and show-by-show marketing, membership (including acquisition, retention and customer service), social media marketing, and website maintenance. A background in theater is preferred but not necessary.
We are not accepting any additional volunteer ushers at this time.