Work With Us

About Mabou Mines: 

Mabou Mines is a collaborative hub for diverse, avant-garde theater artists. Our mission is to generate, support, and connect audiences with original works of experimental performance and inventive re-imaginings of the classics, while nurturing the next generations of innovative theater artists. Mabou Mines’ creative vision is informed by the ethos of our co-founders: JoAnne Akalaitis, Lee Breuer, Philip Glass, Ruth Maleczech, and David Warrilow. Fifty-two years later, the company remains committed to collaboration and providing a platform for work that interrogates, innovates, and represents a multiplicity of identities and experiences. Company members include Co-Artistic Directors Mallory Catlett, Sharon Ann Fogarty, Karen Kandel, Carl Hancock RuxAssociate Artists Tei Blow, Perel, David Thomson, Carrie Mae Weems and Senior Artistic Associates JoAnne AkalaitisClove GalileePhilip GlassGreg MehrtenMaude Mitchell, David Neumann, Bill Raymond, and Terry O’Reilly

Mabou Mines is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theater field are strongly encouraged to apply. All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, familial status, sexual orientation, national origin, ability, age, or veteran status.


Company Manager

Mabou Mines is currently seeking a detail-oriented Company Manager to oversee the day-to-day operations of our historic company.

Mabou is committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice in all areas of our work: on our stage, in our audiences, in our rehearsal rooms, on our staff, and within our leadership. We strongly encourage candidates of color and from communities under-represented in the arts to apply.

This role involves coordinating with Co-Artistic Directors, Technical Staff, and Assistant Producer to ensure seamless operations and support for our artists. Responsibilities include office administration, coordinating facilities upkeep, overseeing rentals, providing marketing and online support, onboarding artists/staff, and supporting production management. The ideal candidate will have excellent organizational skills, strong communication abilities, and a passion for the arts. This is a part-time position (28 hours/week) with occasional evening and weekend commitments during performances and events. If you thrive in a collaborative environment and are excited about contributing to the success of a vibrant artist collective, we encourage you to apply.

Research shows that historically marginalized applicants are less likely to apply to jobs where they are not confident that they meet 100% of the qualifications. The following list of qualities and experiences will all be important to fulfill the responsibilities of the Company Manager role, but we recognize that applicants of different backgrounds also bring different combinations of strengths to the table. As an equity and growth-oriented organization, we encourage applicants to apply if they meet most of the qualifications listed below, and to highlight other qualifications they may possess that feel relevant to the role not listed here in their cover letter.

Desired Experience includes an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree, some arts admin experience and the the ability to interact with diverse communities and age groups, as well as familiarity and fluency with: Mailchimp, Google Workspace, Microsoft Excel & Word, Canva, CRM / Ticketing software, Social Media (facebook (meta), X, instagram).

Compensation & Schedule: The Company Manager is part-time beginning on or around June 1st. The weekly salary is $840 ($30 hourly/28 hours per week). 4 days/week on site work required. Vacation includes: Paid Holidays: Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving; 2 weeks paid time off between 1) Christmas and New Year and 2) July 4th week; and 21 hours paid sick leave annually.

Please email resume and cover letter to


Nicholas Rapp and Charlotte Lee
2017 Production Interns


Mabou Mines accepts internship applications on a rolling basis.

Social Media/Marketing Intern

• Collaborate with our marketing team to monitor and support execution of marketing tasks and deadlines on Social Media and via our Newsletters.
• Learn about and contribute to our marketing strategies for the upcoming season and beyond.
• A facility with words as well as an eye for catchy images and graphics is a plus!


Administrative/Archival Intern

• Learn about and support the Operations Director with day-to-day tasks of running a theater.
• In your down time, help with sorting, labelling, and categorizing images from our archives, digitally and physically.
• An interest in Mabou Mines’ history as well as the workings of a collaborative downtown collective like ours is a plus!


Production Intern (show-by-show basis)

• Jack/Jill-of-all-trades persons interested in hands-on experience with shows encouraged to apply.
• Tasks can run the gamut from supporting the tech director in setting up for a show to assisting the company manager in organizing front of house task and helping fulfill artist needs.
• Someone okay with potential evening and weekend hours and a non-traditional schedule is a plus!


Arrangements can be made for school credit through your educational institution. If you are interested in interning with us, please email, include a brief cover letter, resume and availability.


Mabou Mines offers the opportunity to see our shows for free by volunteering to usher. If you are interested in ushering, please email with the date that you are interested in seeing the show.