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Seattle Theatre Group (STG) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization dedicated to operating historic theatres: The Paramount, The Moore and The Neptune, in Seattle, Washington. Our mission is to make diverse dance, music, film, theatre and arts education an integral part of our rich cultural identity while keeping The Paramount, Moore and Neptune Theatres alive and vibrant. STG's vision is to enrich, inspire, challenge and expand our world through the arts; we accomplish this through strategic planning, key partnerships, and hard work.

More than 450 engagements annually grace these three stages, including touring award-winning Broadway musicals such as WICKED and THE LION KING; acclaimed international fine arts such as the BOLSHOI BALLET and GRAND KABUKI THEATRE OF JAPAN; renowned dance companies like MARK MORRIS DANCE GROUP and ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER; and hundreds of nights of music of all genres, comedy, speaking engagements, and silent film.

Graphic Design and Production Manager
STG’s Graphic Design and Production Manager is a key member of the Marketing team with direct responsibility for creating visual materials that promote and publicize the institution, its products and interests. The Graphic Design and Production Manager is also key to establishing and expanding the organization’s brand identity and will be the primary person who oversees proper implementation of STG style and brand standards. In addition to the creative responsibilities, this person will also manage the organization’s various departmental graphic needs and production schedules. The position is intended to also integrate fully with contract graphic designers as well.
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Director of Historic Facilities Capital Program (HFCP)
The Director will oversee STG’s Historic Facilities Capital Program. This is a new program and position, to be launched in 2014. The Historic Facilities Capital Program will have two main areas of focus: to preserve the historic character of the three prestigious venues under the care of Seattle Theatre Group and to provide for the capital needs of the properties as they relate to STG’s on-going business of presenting performing arts.
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Disney Musicals In Schools Teaching Artists
STG is seeking 10 teaching artists for the 2014-15 school year with experience directing musicals, plays or conducting choreography. Teaching Artists will work after school hours on a selected musical, which will be presented at the school through Disney Musicals in Schools. One musical number from each school will be selected and showcased at The Moore Theatre in early March 2015.
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Part Time Custodian
This is a part time day shift position. Common starting time is 8am with an average of four to six hour shifts. Average hours are 5-20 per week. The hours are based upon shows in three theatres therefore, shifts will vary weekly as well as per season, summer being the slowest. This position could transition to other shifts, for example: evenings or nights.
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Education & Community Programs Intern
Assist in day –to-day office needs such as: database entry and research. Additionally help create Teacher Resource Guides, which is provided to educators for each student matinee presented at one of our venues. Interns will be encouraged to attend educational events such as: in-school residencies, master classes and artist sound checks.
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Student Tours Internships
The theatre tour internship program is open to high school seniors. The objectives of the internship program are to instill a sense of historical significance of the Paramount and Moore Theatres, to create opportunities for peer-to-peer learning and to offer creative energy of youth to the theatres’ existing student tour program.
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