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Whether they’re selling tickets, helping patrons or setting the stage for another night of amazing performances, all Overture Center employees have an important role to play—and a beautiful place to work, here in the heart of Madison’s exciting downtown. Help us bring exceptional service and the world’s best art and entertainment to our community. Start your career with Overture Center today.
 
 
Volunteer opportunities are always available.

 

Current Opportunities:

To apply for a position, please send cover letter and resume (and application form, if requested) to [email protected]


We ask that you please send the Voluntary Self-Identification Form to [email protected], or fax to 608.258.4971.


FULL TIME POSITIONS:      

No openings at the present time.


HOURLY POSITIONS:     

No openings at the present time.

 

OTHER:

ASL INTERPRETER
We seek to build our roster of ASL interpreters for live performances.  This position will work independently on a contract-by-contract basis to provide ASL/English Language interpretation or translation services and meet the needs of Deaf and Hard of Hearing patrons.  Performance contracts can vary in prep time, show length, and complexity.  Ideal candidate will be flexible, easy-going, and expressive.  Applicants must hold valid certification granted by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc. and/or valid certification level 3, 4 or 5 granted by the National Association of the Deaf.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Meryn Daly at [email protected]
TOMMY AWARDS ADMINISTRATION INTERN
Overture Center’s Tommy Awards program seeks interns to assist with daily tasks and develop new projects for the 2012-13 season.  Interns would provide a variety of administrative support to the producers including, but not limited to, research, large mailings, filing, copy editing, data entry, set up and strike of events, and other special projects.  Applicants should be comfortable working with Microsoft programs, basic office equipment, and be able to lift 20 lbs.  Attention to detail, flexibility, good sense of humor, and love of musical theater are required.
These positions are unpaid.  Ideal candidates would be available for regular, weekly shifts, occasional evenings and weekends, and increased hours in May and June when ceremony preparation is in full swing.  Individual work schedules would be negotiated on a case-by-case basis.  Scheduling considerations will be made for students participating in their high school musical or drama production(s).  
To apply, please complete the application and submit to Meryn Daly at [email protected]
BROADWAY EXPERIENCE WORKSHOP LEADER
Overture Center seeks professionals to teach workshops in voice, scene study, and dance.  Workshops will provide the opportunity as a group to study and perform a scene from Broadway shows touring to Overture Center in the 12-13 season.  Ideal candidates will have familiarity and/or experience with directing or performing in Rock of Ages, West Side Story, and/or Wicked.  Sessions would be held during the day on weekends. Participants in the workshops will be high school students and older and of varying skill level.
To apply, please submit cover letter, resume, references, and a basic workshop outline plan describing how you would structure and teach this workshop to Meryn Daly at [email protected]  You may focus on voice, scene study, dance, or a combination of these topics.  Please imagine that each  workshop will have approximately 20 people of varying skill level participating.

ASL Interpreter

We seek to build our roster of ASL interpreters for live performances.  This position will work independently on a contract-by-contract basis to provide ASL/English Language interpretation or translation services and meet the needs of Deaf and Hard of Hearing patrons.  Performance contracts can vary in prep time, show length, and complexity.  Ideal candidate will be flexible, easy-going, and expressive.  Applicants must hold valid certification granted by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc. and/or valid certification level 3, 4 or 5 granted by the National Association of the Deaf.

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Nancy Birmingham at [email protected]