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ADMINISTRATIVE ROLES

There are no open staff positions at this time.

CASTING

Interested in appearing on stage at The House? Audition notices are posted on the Chicago Plays website and occasionally via our Facebook page, too. You can also submit your headshot and resume electronically to:

Marika Mashburn at casting@thehousetheatre.com.

DOWNLOAD 2018 EPA MONOLOGUES HERE as a Word/Google Doc.

DOWNLOAD 2018 EPA MONOLOGUES HERE as a PDF.

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

BECOME A HOUSE HOST!

Love the House? Love talking to people? Want a Front of House experience for your resume? All of the above? We'd love your help! We rely on our House Hosts to perform the duties of a house manager (greeting, seating assistance, etc.), as well as to start conversations and bring communities together! Even if you've never seen a House show before but would love the chance to host, we can make that happen. You'll get a T-shirt, and you and a friend will get to watch the show for free! If you're interested, apply by sending us an email at boxoffice@thehousetheatre.com. Be sure to include your contact information, any House shows you've seen before, what performances you'd like to host (we ask for a minimum of three for one run), and anything else you'd like us to know! 

 

INTERNSHIPS

We are not currently accepting internship applications.

Click here to sign up for updates about future internships at the House!

The House Theatre of Chicago’s internship program is designed to provide a collaborative, entrepreneurial experience for aspiring young theatremakers. The House is looking for undergraduate students, and recent college graduates interested in learning about and participating in the day-to-day functions of a growing professional theater. Our interns work directly with their department directors to advance the initiatives of each department, and collaboratively across departments with other staff and members of their internship class.
 

Successful candidates will be self-starters and strong communicators who are confident in their interpersonal skills and have a passion for the work of The House and its unique storytelling style. They will also be familiar with Google Apps and Microsoft Office Suite.

All internships are 12-20 hours per week, including additional hours for special events. Internships are unpaid; college credit may be arranged through your institution.

All internships require you to bring your own laptop.

Internship Benefits

  • Tickets to House productions

  • Experience working in an open learning environment for a nonprofit arts organization

  • And the opportunity to meet and work with established artists, nonprofit professionals and our outstanding board of directors.

  • Possibility of college credit

     

Set Building

We occasionally need help sawing wood and hammering nails in the week before a show. If you want to assist with some carpentry for the arts, contact production manager Jeremy Wilson. jeremy@thehousetheatre.com

 

OTHER OPPORTUNITIES

Are you excellent at cold-calling? Do you just love licking envelopes? If you’d like to contribute your time during one of The House’s subscription or donation campaigns, or have other skills you can contribute and think we need to know about, please email us at info@thehousetheatre.com!