Job Openings Information

Thank you for your interest in working for Marin Shakespeare Company.


Marin Shakespeare seeks all staff for the 2023 Summer Season:
– AEA Stage Manager
– Non-AEA  Assistant Stage Manager
– Designers: Costumes, Lights, Props, Sets, Sound
– Technicians and Crew: Electricians, Carpenters, Scenic Artists
– Front-of-House

For more information and to apply, please email Artistic Producer Jon Tracy ( with a cover letter and resume/CV.  



Marin Shakespeare Company seeks front-of-house staff for the 2023 summer season at the Forest Meadows Amphitheatre in San Rafael.  Box Office, Concessions Sales, House Managers.  Thursdays through Saturdays 6:00 – 11:00 pm, Sundays 3:30 – 8:30 pm.  June 16 -July 16 and August 4 – September 3. Pay is $15.50/hour, including paid training.  

Marin Shakespeare Company is dedicated to creating a safe and welcoming environment for all patrons and understands that filling the above positions with people dedicated to justice, equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility is key to this mission.

Help bring summer Shakespeare to the community!

To apply, email  Include a few sentences about yourself, contact information including phone, dates/times you are available, and your preferred position(s).


Marin Shakespeare Company is seeking talented, dynamic theatre teaching artists for a slate of classes to be offered at our brand new space, the Center for Performing Arts, Education, and Social Justice at 514 4th Street in San Rafael starting in January 2023. We are also seeking Teaching Artists for Shakespeare Summer Camps.

We are currently seeking Teaching Artists for classes in acting technique, improvisation, Shakespeare, stage combat, storytelling, creative dramatics, movement, playwriting, devising, non-Western theatre disciplines, and other topics, for youth (8-12 year-olds) and teens (12+). Our classes will begin at 4:00 pm on weekdays and since we are building the schedule, the class days/ times can be tailored to the teaching artist(s).  We seek teaching artists with a developed, inclusive, empathetic teaching philosophy and out-of-the-box ideas about working with youth and teens. Applicants should have formal theatre training, experience teaching young actors, and be prepared to collaborate with the Education Director on curriculum. Applicants should also have reliable transportation, and the ability to travel to San Rafael.  We will also be adding one-time workshops for teens and adults (actors and non-actors), so send a short description if you have a workshop you would like to teach.  

Pay: $40-50/hr DOE for classes.  Up to $620/week for summer camps.

To apply, please email Education Director Elana Kepner ( with a cover letter highlighting your relevant experience and outlining your teaching philosophy, and a teaching resume/CV.  Please include your weekday availability (4-8 PM) for the Winter/ Spring of 2023. A theatre performance/ directing resume is optional.