The Magik Theatre Now Hiring for Newly Created Positions
As part of the company’s recent reorganization, The Magik Theatre is now seeking experienced applicants for a variety of newly created positions. The open positions range from full-time department manager jobs such as Director of Audience Services and Education Manager, to part-time jobs such as production manager, bookkeeper, and Box Office Sales Associates.
“The reorganization of staff roles is driven by a vision of the future as well as by the economic realities of the present,” said Magik CEO Frank Villani. “We are creating specialized roles and a professionalized structure that will support Magik’s growth for years to come.” Villani became Magik’s CEO two years ago and has been at the helm while the company transitions from retirement of founding artistic director Richard Rosen to the hiring of new managing artistic director Frances Limoncelli.
Interested parties should visit the company’s website jobs page here, then submit for their desired position by sending a resume and cover letter with three references via email to Managing Artistic Director Frances Limoncelli. Preference may be given to Texas-based applicants. The Magik Theatre is committed to diversity and encourages artists of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as people with disabilities, to apply.
The open position are as follows:
- Director of Audience Services
- Education Manager
- Education Assistant
- Production Manager
- Stage Managers
- Box Office Sales Associates
- Front of House Staff
- Run Crew
- Theatrical Designers
About The Magik Theatre
The Magik Theatre is San Antonio’s professional family theatre. Founded in 1994, the theatre has presented more than 160 mainstage and touring productions to over 2 million children and their families. The Magik Theatre’s mission is to nurture young people’s love and understanding of theatre and literature by providing extraordinary, affordable, and professional theatre and arts education experiences. The Magik Theatre enhances the lives of children with disabilities and at-risk youth through its community accessibility, education, and outreach programs. The Magik Theatre is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. For more information, visit magiktheatre.org.