"Vineyard Theatre is one of the great Off-Broadway incubators of new American plays and musicals."

Getting Involved


Vineyard Theatre is staffed by a team of talented, creative and hard-working individuals who are dedicated to maintaining and enriching the life of The Vineyard. Open positions are listed below when they become available. Follow the appropriate links for information on the position and how to apply.


Last updated: 11/30/2021

House Manager: Vineyard Theatre is seeking an experienced house manager for upcoming in-person productions at our theater on Union Square, available to start immediately. Responsibilities will include: ensuring a positive and safe experience for all patrons, enforcing COVID-19 and fire safety protocols, and managing all aspects of front-of -house during performances. This is a part-time position with a pay rate of $20/hr. Hours will vary depending on the needs of the production, maximum thirty hours per week during show runs. To apply, please email scordeiro@vineyardtheatre.org with a resume and cover letter.

Director of Development: The Director of Development (DoD) is a key member of The Vineyard’s core leadership team, reporting to the Managing Director. Responsible for over $1.4 Million in annual contributed revenue, the DoD is a strategic fundraiser primarily focused on creating a pathway for individuals to grow in loyalty from single ticket buyers into major donors, potential Board members, and advocates for the organization. This individual will also guide foundation, government, and corporate grant strategy, overseeing the department’s Director of Institutional Advancement; as well as department operations and event planning in collaboration with the Development Fellow. In the coming years, the DoD will be responsible for charting a course that implements institutional learnings from the pandemic year, working with executive leadership to engage patrons through both traditional and non-traditional methods at all levels of the donor ladder. DoD will partner with executive leadership and campaign consultants to champion a 40th Anniversary Capacity Building and Capital campaign. The campaign will support artistic opportunity and innovation, audience experience and expansion, as well as human capital and financial capacity building – including the transformation of the organization’s facility, which it owns outright.

Directors and Designers

Submit a resume to Sarah Stern.

Production technicians, carpenters, electricians, and stage managers

Submit a resume to Adrian White.


Casting calls are posted on the Actors’ Equity website.


To submit your resume for consideration, please send it to the appropriate department via email along with a cover letter.