ACT of Connecticut Front of House Patron Services Representative

ACT (A Contemporary Theatre) of Connecticut is seeking individuals to join our Front of House Team for SUNSET BOULEVARD at our nonprofit 501(c)(3) professional theater located in Ridgefield, CT. This position serves as the public facing ambassador of our team welcoming patrons to each performance and ensuring that they have a positive experience.

Shifts are 5 hours per performance. So for example, if the performance is at 7pm, then the Front of House shift would be 5pm-10pm. Performances are Thursday-Sunday evenings, with matinees on some Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm. SUNSET BOULEVARD runs October 26th – November 10th, 2023

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Project Manager

AMS Planning & Research Corp., a leading international consulting practice serving the arts, culture, and entertainment industries, is seeking a qualified professional for full-time employment as a Project Manager.

The successful candidate will join a team of recognized thought leaders, professional management consultants, and researchers serving arts and culture organizations, service agencies, funders, and government entities across North America and, occasionally, around the world. AMS’s client base is diverse, and ease of engagement across disciplines and cultures is important.

Candidates will be required to provide samples of relevant work, as well as professional and personal references.

Gallery position available

We are looking for a Gallery rep for the Greenwich Art Society exhibition at the Flinn Gallery this summer. Exhibit dates are August 1- 18th. 15 to 18 hours per week with varied hours, weekends included. Must be flexible and the ability to engage gallery visitors and talk about the art. Experience with social media posting about exhibiting arts and artwork.

Interested parties’ email and write “SUMMER EXHIBIT GALLERY REP” in the subject line.

Competitive hourly rate.

Managing Director–Shakespeare on the Sound

Shakespeare on the Sound is seeking a part-time Managing Director beginning in fall 2023. Shakespeare on the Sound produces a full-length Shakespeare play with professional actors every summer in Norwalk’s Pinkney Park, and this summer’s production of As You Like It is the organization’s 27th summer show. SOS also offers year-round educational programs to both children and adults at area schools and libraries.

The Managing Director’s work load and responsibilities vary greatly over the course of a year. April, May, June, and July are peak months, as the staff gears up for the summer show. From August through March the workload is lighter.

Please contact Board President John Love at with inquiries.

Part Time Assistant Director

The Museum of Darien celebrates Darien’s unique story and its place in the history of New England by welcoming all ages to experience and discover the crafted objects, narratives and works of art that have shaped the local community — from its earliest beginnings to today.
The Assistant Director provides general support and assistance to the Executive Director to maintain continuity of the Museum operations and to ensure that it functions efficiently and effectively.
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 11am – 4pm (onsite).
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Manager of Communications

INTEMPO seeks a creative and visionary Manager of Communications who will be responsible for the creation, management, and execution of all of INTEMPO’s external and internal communications. The right person for this job is a strategic thinker who will raise the visibility and awareness of INTEMPO’s work through our website, newsletters, social media platforms, media channels as well as donor-focused events.

Job Type: Full Time
Salary Range: Exempt; $60,000-$75,000 per year
Application Priority Deadline: May 26, 2023

Box Office Supervisor

Status: Full Time / Regular / Exempt
Reports to: Box Office Manager
Salary: $42,300 + benefits

The Box Office Supervisor (BOS) supports the Box Office Manager in the everyday function of the box office, including single ticket and subscription ticket sales and processing and providing exceptional customer service to WCP patrons. Additionally, the Box Office Supervisor will serve as the First-Time Subscriber Concierge.

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Company Manager

Status: Full Time / Regular / Exempt
Salary: $55,000 + benefits

The Company Manager (CM) manages artists’ services for Westport Country Playhouse. The Company Manager is the primary, and certainly the most identifiable, liaison between a professional guest artist and the Westport Country Playhouse as an organization. A successful Company Manager will protect the interests of the Playhouse and its guests, ensure a culture of equity, and manage an environment in which creative ideas can be realized and sustained. This is a full-time position that requires nights and weekends in conjunction with the production and performance calendars.

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Project Music: Hiring Program Director

Project Music started in 2014 in Stamford, CT. Inspired by El Sistema’s founding vision, Project Music’s mission is to create a pathway for students to reach their fullest potential by using music education and the pursuit of excellence as the vehicle to develop fundamental life skills. 120+ students are enrolled in Project Music across 4 community partner sites. Students hail from 25 different public schools in Fairfield County, and their rich and diverse family population represents more than 12 countries.

We are seeking a dynamic Program Director to help take Project Music to the next level. Learn more by clicking the website link below.

Aldrich Museum: Director of Development

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, located in Ridgefield, CT, is seeking an energetic fundraising professional to join the team as Director of Development. Founded by collector Larry Aldrich in 1964, today the Museum is a platform for artists at pivotal moments in their careers.

The Director of Development is responsible for building and maintaining a growing community of donors, with a specific focus on upper-level patrons and new prospects and overseeing the operations of the Development Department. They will take a lead role in cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding individual patrons at all levels; overseeing the critical annual fund; working closely with the Museum’s board of trustees; overseeing the Museum’s benefit events; and managing institutional grants.

Candidates will be enthusiastic supporters of the Museum’s artist-centric mission, and eager to help lead The Aldrich through a period of growth and change. The successful candidate will be an independent thinker with a collaborative spirit, have enthusiasm for and interest in contemporary art, and a willingness to take on projects big and small. The position requires excellent writing, communications, organizational skills and attention to detail; the ability to work both independently and in a team; and experience leading a small staff.


  • With the Executive Director, setting annual fundraising goals
  • Working closely with the Board of Trustees on:
    • Special events
    • Annual giving
  • Overseeing continued growth of the Museum’s membership program, particularly at the upper levels
  • Drafting all Development Department materials, including acknowledgments, renewals, solicitations, and the annual report
  • Leading major gift prospecting, solicitations, and stewardship
  • Planning a calendar of annual cultivation, stewardship, and fundraising events
  • Overseeing the annual report
  • Managing a staff of three

Candidates must have:

  • A minimum of 5 years of development leadership experience, preferably in an arts setting
  • Proven track record of success in individual giving, membership, and grants
  • Ability to build strong working relationships with colleagues, Board members, artists, and donors
  • Strong writing and interpersonal skills
  • Raiser’s Edge or other comparable database knowledge and experience
  • Ability to remain flexible and focused in a fast-paced work environment and the ability to pitch in when needed
  • Willingness to work on-site in Ridgefield, CT as well as actively engage in prospecting activities out of the officeCompensation and Benefits:
    • Salary range: $110,000 – $120,000
    • Comprehensive benefits offering including health, dental, vision, life and LTD insurance
    • Ability to participate in 401K with employer matching after one year of employment
    • Generous PTOPlease send a cover letter and resume to:, with the subject line “Development Director.” Qualified candidates will be contacted.The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum Non-Discrimination Policy

      The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is committed to:

      • The goal of achieving equal opportunity for all.
      • Providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of the community.
      • Providing an inclusive and nondiscriminatory work environment in which all employees are valued and empowered to succeed.
      • Providing a workplace free from harassment of all kinds.
      • Compliance with all federal and state legislation and regulations regarding non-discrimination.Consistent with these principles, The Aldrich does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, expression and characteristics, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, visible or invisible disability, veteran status, or any other protected status.


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