Syracuse Stage is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE), committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion in all areas of our work, on and offstage. We encourage applicants with a unique cultural perspective inclusive of race, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, class, physical ability and sexual orientation.
Syracuse Stage is Central New York’s premier professional theatre in residence at Syracuse University. Founded in 1974, Stage has produced more than 300 plays in over 40 seasons including a number of world, American, and East Coast premieres. Each season 70,000 patrons enjoy an adventurous mix of new plays, and bold interpretations of classics and musicals, featuring the finest theatre artists. In addition, Stage maintains a vital educational outreach program that annually serves more than 15,000 students from 14 counties. A solid core of subscribers and supporters helps keep Syracuse Stage a vibrant artistic presence in Central New York. Additional support comes from the government, foundations, corporations and Syracuse University. Syracuse Stage is a constituent of the Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for the American theatre, and a member of the Arts and Cultural Leadership Alliance (ACLA), the University Hill Corporation and the East Genesee Regent Association. Syracuse Stage is a member of The League of Resident Theatres (LORT), the largest professional theatre association in the country.
Monday, August 28, 6:30 pm COYNE LOBBY
Tuesday, August 19, 6:30 pm COYNE LOBBY
In-person training is mandatory for all prospective and returning volunteer ushers. If you'd like to be a volunteer usher this year, you MUST attend one session before you are permitted to sign-up to usher.
This training session will give you essential information needed to join the ranks of the hundreds of Syracuse Stage Volunteer Ushers. Volunteers must be 14 or older and able to stand comfortably for up to 3 hours.
Contact Lydia Kubiniec at email@example.com with questions.
There are currently no job openings at Syracuse Stage.