Job Opportunities

Founded in 1991, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival is a professional theatre company and the Official Shakespeare Festival of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Festival is an Equal Opportunity Employer.




PRODUCTION/ADMINISTRATION

The 2016 Season has been fully staffed and is no longer accepting submissions.

If you are interested in applying for future seasons applications can be sent starting in December.

Please send cover letter, resume and up to three references to psf@pashakespeare.org
(please include the position you are applying for in the subject line of the email)




Summer Season Casting

PSF employs Union and Non-union performers. PSF operates under a Letter of Agreement and a Small Professional Theatre Contract with Actors' Equity Association. Employment length is six weeks from first rehearsal to final performance. Longer contracts for multiple shows. Housing is provided.

At this time, casting is complete for the 2016 summer season.

All head shots and resumes should be sent to:
Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival
Re: Casting
2755 Station Ave
Center Valley, PA 18034
Fax: 610.282.2084
Or email: psf@pashakespeare.org




WillPower Educational Tour Casting

WillPower is the educational outreach program of Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival. Each fall, PSF sends a company of professionally trained and experienced actors/teachers to schools in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware to teach workshops relating to Shakespeare and perform in a Shakespearean production. PSF employs non-union performers. Employment length is late September through mid-November. Housing is provided. Audition information is posted here as well as in Backstage. PSF begins casting for the WillPower Tour in July.

All head shots and resumes should be sent to:
Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival
Re: WillPower Casting
2755 Station Ave
Center Valley, PA 18034
Fax: 610.282.2084
If you send a headshot for WillPower, please also attend a Willpower scheduled open call or submit a video audition link to: psf@pashakespeare.org