We encourage you to apply for at-will, seasonal employment or training opportunities with Williamstown Theatre Festival as we hope to be operating back in Williamstown, MA during the summer of 2021. At this time, however, we do not know if running a theatre season will be possible in light of federal, state, and local guidance concerning the global health pandemic. We encourage you to apply for these at-will positions, which will be contingent upon whether or not we can proceed with a full season. We will post an update here and will communicate directly with active applicants as our plans for summer 2021 become clear. All postings and job offers are, therefore, subject to change.
About Opportunities at Williamstown Theatre Festival
Tony Award-winning Williamstown Theatre Festival’s summer season offers a variety of education and career advancement opportunities for theatre professionals at all levels of experience. Ranging from supervisory to assistantship positions, WTF staff members and interns engage with some of the top professionals in American theatre. Summer employment opportunities run from June through August.
Our seasonal staff compensations vary with the responsibilities of the position and experience of the applicant. In the summer of 2021, salaried positions will be compensated at a range of $684 to $750 per week. Hourly positions will be compensated at a rate of $13.50 to $15.00 per hour, with anticipated weekly hours to be discussed through the hiring process. Seasonal staff members may elect to live in Festival-provided housing, available at a weekly rate, or off-campus at their own expense.
In the summer of 2021, while interns will not be compensated, WTF will cover 100% of intern housing costs in WTF provided housing, in addition to providing interns with a stipend of $50 per week to cover additional expenses.
Travel to and from the Williams College campus is not provided.
All personnel and Professional Training Program participants will have access to identity-based affinity groups.
WTF has increased scholarships for participants in our Professional Training Program by 60% in the past six years. WTF recommits to offering multiple Rose Kennedy Scholarships for early career theatre-makers with disabilities, and to making progress in providing holistic accessibility to each recipient.
For more information about each hiring department at Williamstown Theatre Festival, including a sample schedule, application recommendations, and more, see the descriptions below. If you have more specific questions, you can email email@example.com.