Penumbra Theatre is currently looking for the following positions:
At Penumbra we use theatre to renew and reignite our sense of shared and personal responsibility in building healthy, vibrant communities. Producing artistically excellent work and promoting social justice while reducing racism are central to our mission. The Associate Producer will be responsible for creating and supporting existing programming and partnerships that foster community and give patrons an opportunity to “close the loop” between their emotional and intellectual engagement with the plays. This position reports to Artistic Director, Sarah Bellamy.
Penumbra Theatre seeks an Education Manager to oversee education and community outreach programming. This is a full-time, salaried position that reports to the Artistic Director, working closely with other staff, including our team of facilitators and teaching artists, partner organizations, and clients.
Front of House Box Office Associates.
The Front of House Box Office Associate serves as the primary point of contact for all patrons at Penumbra Theatre, whether via phone or in person. The primary focus of this position involves customer service–ticket sales or exchanges, patron communication and ensuring the theater experience at Penumbra is memorable.
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For over four decades Penumbra Theatre has been a beacon welcoming everyone in our community to open their hearts and minds to be nourished by the unique power of theatre. Stand with us to sustain the art you love and grow its impact.
$50 Can give a week of healthy meals to one activist artist-in-training.
$100 Can underwrite two tickets to a performance so that price is never a barrier to great art.
$250 Can provide access for one person to attend every single event this season.
$500 Can subsidize Summer Institute tuition costs for one teen
A donation in any amount helps to sustain our company and grow our impact in the community. Donate online or by calling 651.224.3180 today.
“Penumbra Theatre is a classical, historical and, cultural mecca that allows for a platform for Black people to work, create...to thrive as artists.”
—PaviElle French, Emmy Award-Winning Artist