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Current Job Openings

Virginia Theatre Festival is proud to offer employment opportunities for theatre artists, technicians, and administrators. Our summer season offers a variety of opportunities for current college students, recent college graduates, and theatre professionals at all levels of experience. Please browse below for our current job openings.  

Virginia Theatre Festival is committed to telling diverse stories and to fostering an inclusive environment both onstage and off. We are seeking talented artists and technicians from all backgrounds, for our summer season.

VTF is an equal opportunity employer.

Seasonal Positions

To apply, please email your resume to with the subject:


Example: FIRST HAND– Smith, J.

You may apply to more than one position. 

We are currently accepting applications for the following positions, supporting our 2022 summer season. Click on each position’s title below to view the full job description, contract dates, and pay rate.


Auditions for the summer season at the Virginia Theatre Festival will take place in Charlottesville, VA on Wednesday, March 23, 2022 between 5pm-8pm and Saturday, March 26 between 11am-2pm in the UVA Drama Building at 109 Culbreth Road. Please prepare a monologue to share – memorization is not required. There are no roles available for actors under the age of 18. Those unable to attend these on-site auditions may submit a taped submission of a monologue along with a headshot and resume by March 27 to:

VTF Artistic Director, Jenny Wales, will conduct the general auditions.

Please sign up for a 5 minute audition appointment here.

We look forward to producing theatre again this summer and will be announcing the season and schedule the first week of April.  Callbacks will be announced after the season has been announced. We look forward to getting to know the artists in our community again!

Virginia Theatre Festival is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion in all areas of our work, including the casting of our plays.  We seek to hire actors who reflect our world to tell the stories we put onstage, and therefore strongly encourage people of underrepresented groups and diverse backgrounds to audition.