Employment Opportunities

Cape May Stage, Cape May’s premier professional Equity theatre company, welcomes you to apply for any of our open positions listed below:


The Temperamentals reading

Cape May Stage is looking for volunteers to be a part of our 2019 readings series.

Show: The Temperamentals
Date: Monday June 24th
Time: Rehearsal 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM, performance at 8:00 PM

Parts available:

Bob Hull & Others / M / An ebullient, effeminate man
Dale Jennings & Others / M / Headstrong, blue-collar guy

About The Temperamentals:

Set in the early 1950s, The Temperamentals is the true story of the founding of The Mattachine Society, one of the earliest gay activism groups in the United States. Created by Communist and social radical Harry Hay and famed fashion designer Rudi Gernreich, the underground organization came together secretly, building its membership through various forms of covert communication during a time when nearly all homosexuals were closeted. The play explores the trials of the society’s founding fathers as they risked their lives and livelihoods to gain equality. More than just a history play, the show is also a love story, detailing the romance of odd couple Hay and Gernreich as their passion for their cause and each other grew.

The Reds reading

Cape May Stage is looking for volunteers to be a part of our 2019 readings series.

Show: The Reds
Date: Monday October 10th
Time: Rehearsal 5:00 PM – 7:30 PM, performance at 8:00 PM

Parts available:

Charlie / F / 21, student/surfer/scientist
Cory / M / 18, Pre-college, rookie lifeguard
Ben / M / 40, Captain of the lifeguards
Scuba / M / Late 20s / Early 30s, Clean Cut Lifeguard of the Year
Shades / M / 31, Badass Lifeguard, legendary moving towards seedy
Russell / M / Late 20s / Early 30s, lifeguard basing his life on Gladiator
Stage Directions / M/F

About The Reds:

Set in 2012, just before and also during Hurricane Sandy, The Reds focuses on the lifeguards who put their lives on the line every day to keep beach-goers safe. The play balances the fun and quirky aspects of the lifeguard sub-culture with the sobering realizations of how powerful mother nature can be.

Cape May Stage is an Equity SPT Tier 6 contract offering housing, full health and pension benefits, and round trip transportation from New York. Local and New York auditions are held in February of each year.


Kid’s Camp Musical Theatre Director

Cape May Stage is looking for a Musical Theatre Director to lead two Musical Theatre Kid’s Summer Camp Sessions. We are ideally looking for one person to run both sessions, but are also open to hiring a Musical Director for each session separately.

Ideal candidates will be upbeat, professional, have an excitement for performance, a willingness to collaborate and a passion for helping children love the theater!


  • Lead daily musical warm-ups
  • Identify vocal ranges and assign parts
  • Teach all student their parts of the songs
  • Work with the Choreographer to stage the musical numbers
  • Musically accompany the rehearsals and final performance on last day of camp


  • Able to play the piano
  • Able to read sheet music
  • Able to teach the students to improve their vocal capabilities
  • Must be available all day for each day of the session
  • Prep work can be done remotely, but will need to be done prior to the camp sessions
  • Background in education
  • Background in Musical Direction
  • Must be English Speaking


  • Session 1 – Grades 2 – 4: July 23 – July 26 / 8:30 am – 3:30 pm each day
  • Session 2 – Grades 5 – 8: July 30 – August 2 / 8:30 am – 3:30 pm each day


  • $500 for each session (10 kids anticipated for each session) plus a $50 bonus for each additional child for a potential fee of $1000 per session if we reach our 20 student limit.

To apply, please email with a cover letter and resume.

AEA Rehearsal Production Stage Manager

Cape May Stage seeks an Actor’s Equity Association Rehearsal Production Stage Manager for two shows in the the 2019 season.

Responsibilities include:

  • Preparing the rehearsal schedule in conjunction with the director for each show.
  • Running rehearsals and taking detailed blocking notes.
  • Ensuring all AEA rules are followed.
  • Coordinating with Production Manager and Performance Production Stage Manager.

Great candidates will demonstrate a high level of professionalism, a positive attitude, and superior organization skills.

Dates: (Prep week can be completed remotely, must be present at all rehearsals):

  • The Taming: Sept 2 – Sept 24 (Sept 2 – Sept 9 is prep week. Rehearsal/tech period is Sept 10 – Sept 24)
  • Murder for Two: Oct 14 – Nov 6 (Oct 14 – Oct 21 is prep week. Rehearsal/tech period is Oct 22 – Nov 6)

Job Types: Part-time, Contract

To apply, please email with a cover letter and resume.


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