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Artistic Opportunities

Casting & Creative Team hiring for our 2022 season has concluded!

Please check back in Spring 2023 for future opportunities.

Additional Opportunities

Marketing & Development Director
Shakespeare in the Woods (SitW) is seeking a part-time Marketing & Development Director to add to its growing team!
We are a small team of multi-hat wearing, resourceful, and scrappy artists that are looking for like minded individuals with an innovative mind, passion for theatre, who are excited and driven to take on this role and join us in building a stable infrastructure for SitW’s future. Due to the nature of our theatre-making, we highly encourage folks with working knowledge, comfort, and passion around Queer & Trans, BIPOC, class, and gender stories & issues to apply!
Job Responsibilities:
- Implement and execute a seasonal fundraising plan to meet fundraising goals

- Manage donor portfolio
- Prep and present regular reports on progress towards fundraising goals
- Oversee grant writing & identify new grand opportunities
- Generate donor communications and newsletters
- Assist in creation of print, digital, and social media content
- Network & maintain regular correspondence with donors

- Strong potential donor identification & qualification skills
- Applied understanding of basic fundraising principles & development best practices
- Excellent writing, editing, & proof reading skills
- Strong & thoughtful communication & presentation abilities
- Excellent organization skills (databases, spreadsheets, etc.)
- Experience with online fundraising, email marketing, & internet research

Education & Experience Preferences
(*Please note, these are preferences and not requirements. All interested folks are very much encouraged to apply.)
- Bachelor's or Master's degree
- Two years of fundraising or non-profit experience
- Understanding & interest in theatre
- Proven track record of meeting fundraising goals & securing major gifts

Compensation & Working Conditions:
- This is a 9 month/yr remote Part-Time position with room to grow
- Flexible work schedule including weekly check-ins with the artistic director/producer co team members
- $25-28/hr rate @ 25hrs a week max (for 9mo out of the year position + additional 3% of all funds raised)

To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and two professional references to .
Please put “Marketing & Development Director Application” in the subject line of your email.

A word on SitW's creative culture:

Safety (noun) : freedom from harm or danger : the state of being safe

Shakespeare in the Woods is committed to creating and maintaining a safe work environment, and as such holds a zero tolerance policy against racism, sexism, transphobia, antisemitism, ableism, xenophobia, homophobia, islamophobia, fatphobia, ageism, and physical intimidation or harm of any form.


In the event that a transgression occurs during a production, SitW reserves the right to immediately remove the offender(s) from employment, regardless of position/power dynamic.


If the individual(s) who were subject to the transgression feel strongly that they would like to attempt accountability and restoration versus immediate removal of the offender(s), SitW will facilitate the opportunity for resolution, if possible.  The outcome/decision will ultimately rest with the individual(s) subject to transgression and if they feel genuine accountability and resolution has occurred. 

When in SitW's employment, you are entering into the mutual agreement of creating and maintaining a safe work environment for yourself and your fellow artists.  You are committed to upholding a zero tolerance for any and all forms of prejudice, bigotry, hate, and bias, and understand that if you engage in any such behavior, you are subject to immediate unemployment.


It is not enough to state the desire for a safe and welcoming work environment, accountability is required.  We each must commit to creating a communal space that welcomes the uncompromising fullness of all individuals and their artistry, and be willing to hold ourselves to a standard that enables trust and vulnerability with one another.

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