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West Side Story comprimario roles, ensemble, & actors

Application Deadline: Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Audition Dates: Saturday, August 25 & Sunday, August 26, 2018

Casting dancers, singers, and actors for West Side Story.  A new production by Director Francesca Zambello, using the original choreography by Jerome Robbins set by Julio Monge.

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Personnel
Composer: Leonard Bernstein
Lyric: Stephen Sondheim
Book: Arthur Laurents
Original Director: Francesca Zambello
Conductor: David Neely
Choreographer: Julio Monge
Associate Director: Eric Sean Fogel


Seeking

Actors and male and female dancers who sing.  Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend. Rehearsals begin October 18, 2018, Performances November 3 – November 11, 2018.


Breakdown

Ensemble: 20s – 30s.  Seeking charismatic dancer/singers to portray various roles in West Side Story.  Specifically interested in performers with strong dance technique and/or classical vocal training.


Audition Information

Saturday, August 25, 2018
10AM: Women – dance, sing, and read call
2PM: Men – dance, sing, and read call

Sunday, August 26, 2018
2PM – local adult actor auditions

Atlanta Opera Rehearsal Hall
1575 Northside Dr NW, Ste 350, Atlanta, GA 30318

The Atlanta Opera is located in the Atlanta Technology Center Office Park. Once you turn into the office park, proceed all the way to the back and to the third building on the left – Building 300. There is ample free parking.


Audition Preparation
One classical musical theater song 32-64 bars. (May be asked to sing more.) Please bring sheet music in the correct key. No a cappella auditions.
For the dance call women please bring heels and flats, if possible a rehearsal skirt; Men please bring sneakers and knee pads.
All bring one copy of a picture and resume.

Jets Men (4):
Male, 20-29 Actor/Singer/Dancers. Athletic, aggressive, technically trained dancers with a street edge. Knowledge of the original Jerome Robbins choreography is helpful. Voice ranges vary.

Sharks Men (5):
Male, 20-29 Actor/Singer/Dancers. Athletic, aggressive, technically trained dancers with a street edge. Knowledge of the original Jerome Robbins choreography and or Latin styles of dance is helpful. Voice ranges vary.

Jets Women (5):
Female, 20-29 Actor/Singer/Dancers. Sexy, athletic, and classically trained dancers with a street edge. This includes Graziella, Riff’s girlfriend. Knowledge of the original Jerome Robbins choreography and or Latin styles of dance is helpful. Voice ranges vary

Sharks Women (4):
Female, 20-29 Actor/Singer/Dancers. Sexy, athletic, and classically trained dancers with a street edge. Knowledge of the original Jerome Robbins choreography and or Latin styles of dance is helpful. Voice ranges vary.

Doc:
Male, 50-69 Owner of the drug store where the Jets hang out. Sweet-tempered, caring, and compassionate, he is appalled at the violence around him, and taken aback at his own helplessness to stop it. Has a paternal love for Tony, and wishes for a simpler time. Does not sing or dance.

Schrank:
Male, 35-50 A plainclothes cop, he is a strong, commanding presence on the street. A smiling cobra, he uses his charm and pleasant manner as a tool to mask his inherent anger and disgust with the members of the street gangs. Threatened by the perceived threat to his turf, he is an angry, middle-aged white guy. Does not sing or dance.

Glad Hand:
Male, 30-40 The Man in charge of the dance at the gym. Overeager, cheerful to the point of annoyance, he is a square trying to be one of the cool kids. Does not sing or dance.

Krupke:
Male, 30-50 A goon-like uniformed police officer. Not very bright, he relishes his power as a cop, and enjoys using the force of the law to intimidate the street kids. Does not sing or dance.


West Side Story Audition Registration Form
Please complete this form and submit online no later than Wednesday, August 22, 2018
. A headshot, resume, and bio must be included when registering to be considered. If you have questions, please contact Wade Thomas at wthomas@atlantaopera.org.

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Touring Artists

Application Deadline: Monday, August 20, 2018
Audition Dates: Wednesday, August 22 & Thursday August 23, 2018

The Atlanta Opera is excited to present a bilingual version of Rossini’s delightful and energetic The Barber of Seville. Created by stage director Kristine McIntyre, the 45-minute adaptation will be performed in Spanish and English, and demonstrates the power of love to triumph over adversity of every kind. Designed to travel, The Atlanta Opera Studio Tour productions are presented in schools and community venues across the state of Georgia each season. Educators are provided with comprehensive Study Guides which feature cross-curricular lesson plans and activities corresponding to the Georgia Standards of Excellence.

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Rehearsal & Performance dates
January 2, 2019 – February 10, 2019
March 11, 2019 – March 31, 2019

– Tour runs up to twice a day in schools and community venues. Out of town travel and overnight stays are required.
– A limited amount of housing stipends and travel reimbursements are available for out of town artists.


Roles available
Rosina*: mezzo or soprano
Aunt Bartolo*: mezzo
Figaro*: baritone
Count Almaviva: tenor

*Native Spanish speaker or bilingual singer preferred, but not required. Roles require singing and speaking in Spanish.


Audition Information

Wednesday, August 22, 2018, 3 – 6PM
Thursday, August 23, 2018, 4 – 8PM

Atlanta Opera Rehearsal Hall
1575 Northside Dr NW, Ste 350, Atlanta, GA 30318

The Atlanta Opera is located in the Atlanta Technology Center Office Park. Once you turn into the office park, proceed all the way to the back and to the third building on the left – Building 300. There is ample free parking.

Selected applicants will be contacted to schedule an audition appointment.


Audition preparation
Please prepare two arias (one must be in Italian or Spanish) and one classical musical theater piece (Rodgers and Hammerstein, Lerner and Loewe, musical theatre before 1990, etc.) Please bring sheet music to the audition. An accompanist will be provided, although you may bring your own if you wish.


To request an appointment

Please fill in the form and submit your resume and headshot below. Completed applications (including headshot and résumé) will be accepted until Monday, August 20, 2018.

 

Please contact Jessica Kiger at education@atlantaopeara.org with any questions regarding this application.

  • January 2, 2019 – February 10, 2019
    March 11, 2019 – March 31, 2019
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General Chorus

General Chorus auditions for the 2018-19 season are closed.
Please check back in March of 2019 for information about the 2019-20 season auditions.

Oboe

Open position:  Oboe 2/English Horn
Application Deadline: Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Audition Date: September 26, 2018

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Highly qualified applicants send a one-page resume to mmcconnell@atlantaopera.org.
No phone calls please.

Violin

Open position: Section Violin
Application Deadline: Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Audition Date: September 25, 2018

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Highly qualified applicants send a one-page resume to mmcconnell@atlantaopera.org.
No phone calls please.

Jobs

Director of Finance

Reports to: Managing Director
FLSA Status: Exempt
Employment Status: Full-Time
Supervisory Requirements:Yes

 

SUMMARY

The Director of Finance will oversee the Finance Department with particular focus on the infrastructure and systems needed to support the strategic objectives for The Atlanta Opera’s financial health. The position will be an active participant in, and driver of, the organization’s overall financial strategy. Partner closely with the Managing Director to ensure the financial goals and obligations of the organization are achieved, documented, audited, and communicated. Responsible for the oversight of administrative and financial systems including financial accounting and reporting, budget planning and management, human resources, information technology, and operations infrastructure. A key member of the company’s senior management team and works closely with the motivated and engaged finance, audit, and investment committees of the board of directors. Lead the finance and administrative staff: Controller, Staff Accountant, Human Resources/Office Manager, and Bookkeeper, as well as the third-party IT contractor.

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DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Position responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following duties, in addition to other duties as assigned:

Strategy:

  • Partner with the Managing Director on all operational and strategic issues as they arise; provide strategic recommendations to the Managing Director and General & Artistic Director based on financial analysis and projections, cost identification and allocation, and revenue/expense analysis.
  • Participate in the ongoing strategic planning process as an integral member of the senior management team.
  • Engage senior management team with short- and long-term financial planning goals and projections.
  • Engage the board finance committee, audit committee, and investment committee around the issues, trends, and changes in the financial position of TAO.
  • Develop and maintain documentation for procedures and policies for the finance and administration department.

Accounting:

  • Ensure accurate recording of all financial transactions in accordance with GAAP. General oversight and approval of all general ledger activity including but not limited to activity in: cash, investments, prepaid expenses, fixed assets, accounts payable, accruals, deferred revenue, restricted net assets, contributions, and sales activity.
  • Review and approve all monthly and quarterly account reconciliations, as prepared by the Controller.
  • Review and approve weekly payables and bi-weekly payroll, as prepared by the Controller or Staff Accountant.
  • Review and approve all general journal entries, as prepared by the Controller or Staff Accountant.
  • Review and approve all employee/contractor information returns and quarterly wage filings, as prepared by the Controller or Staff Accountant.
  • Sign checks and authorize direct payments to vendors and employees.
  • In conjunction with the external audit firm, prepare, review, and file annual federal and state income tax returns, serving as the primary contact with the IRS.
  • Manage the yearly audit as the direct liaison with the external auditors, including preparing necessary audit schedules.
  • Primary contact for the Audit Committee on all financial compliance and reporting.

Financial Management:

  • Primary contact for the Finance and Executive Committee on all finance issues.
  • Primary contact for the Investment Committee for the review of the Endowment.
  • Develop and prepare monthly financial statement package that includes detailed analytics of the operational results along with detailed budget variance analysis, for distribution to senior management and the executive committee.
  • Coordinate the planning, compilation, and presentation of the annual budget; maintain all records of progress in relation to the budget.
  • Review monthly variance reports with senior management and ensure budget goals are met.
  • Manage all debt relationships with regards to new borrowing and paydown schedules, primary contact with lenders, assess debt requirements.
  • Forecast monthly, quarterly and annual cash flows, manage funds available to accommodate seasonality and other influences on cash flow.

Administration:

  • Oversee relationships with various landlords and equipment vendors, negotiate property leases, manage acquisition and maintenance of leased equipment, negotiate and approve equipment leases, maintain obligations under leases in coordination with the daily activities of the Administrative and Human Resources Manager.
  • Manage all operational aspects of Atlanta Opera Center and supervise Human Resources and Office Manager’s daily functions of: property maintenance and repairs, cleaning, supply orders, office space and furniture, IT liaison, etc.
  • Oversee the renewal process for all liability and property insurance policies.
  • Coordinate and manage the Finance and Administration team and their programs.

Human Resources:

  • Oversee the compliance of all human resource functions with appropriate federal and state law through the coordination and management of the Administrative and Human Resources Manager.
  • Review policies and procedures for efficient implementation and compliance over all TAO employees. Coordinate effective processes for the recruitment of other staff, formulation of compensation and salary ranges, performance appraisals and disciplinary matters, and secure personnel records.
  • Oversee the Administrative and Human Resources Manager’s responsibilities with: employee insurance programs; office holidays; worker’s compensation insurance; unemployment claims; participation and implementation of employee development; retirement plan, etc.

Information Technology:

  • Software, Hardware, and Internet: Coordinate all necessary requirements (and budgeted) for the office through the use of a selected third-party vendor and evaluate the performance of the third-party vendor according to contract terms.
  • Oversee the Administrative and Human Resource Manger’s responsibilities over the daily function of IT management onsite and through the third-party IT vendor as it relates to: equipment purchasing and setup; software purchasing and installations; phone technology and setup; file structure and taxonomy.
  • Communicate and support implementation for all technology platforms to TAO staff.

COMPETENCIES

  • Accountability and Honesty
  • Thinking Strategically and Analytically
  • Communicating effectively both orally and in writing
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Conflict management and resolution
  • Problem solving
  • Partnering/Networking: Ability to engage with all stakeholders
  • High tolerance for stress and long workdays
  • Decision Making
  • Establishing Focus
  • Negotiation
  • Delegation and facilitation
  • Managing Risk
  • Ability to influence others
  • High emotional intelligence
  • Flexibility
  • Strong aptitude for change and continual learning

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) and/or Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or 10 years of experience in a similar role required.
  • Significant experience in a senior-level position in finance including budget development is required.
  • Significant experience forecasting and managing cash flow is required.
  • Strong understanding of non-profit finance and accounting is required.
  • Demonstrated experience in financial analytics is required.
  • Proficiency and experience with accounting software packages and Microsoft Office Suite is required.
  • Knowledge of opera and industry practices in order to participate fully with planning processes is required.
  • Knowledge of Abila MIP Fund Accounting and Tessitura is preferred.

Please email cover letter and resume with references to resumes@atlantaopera.org, and include Director of Finance in the subject line. No phone calls please.

Foundation & Grants Manager

Reports to: Senior Director of Development
FLSA Status: Exempt
Employment Status: Full-Time
Supervisory Requirements: None


SUMMARY

The Foundation and Grants Manager collaborates closely with the development team and Chief Development Officer to develop and implement strategy, while building and stewarding relationships with corporate and foundation partners. This role also includes the opportunity to participate in development office administration, donor stewardship at performances and events, as well as ongoing donor cultivation.

The competitive candidate will demonstrate experience in working with foundations and corporate partners, familiarity with comprehensive development strategy and operations, and a desire to be a part of a dynamic and growing opera company and Atlanta’s broader arts community.

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  • Draft proposals and reports for funding partners and prospects.
  • Research new potential funding foundations and maintain relationships with funders through timely and complete reporting
  • Collaborate with Chief Developing Officer on annual planning and strategy.
  • Manage grants calendar, including deadlines for requests and reports, as well as annual projections.
  • Work with community partners to build relationships with state, local and federal government to secure public funding
  • Ensure all donor reporting requirements are met in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Ensure the accurate and timely documentation of solicitations, awards, and stewardship requirements in Tessitura – our donor management system – for all assigned constituencies
  • Attend special events as needed with other members of development staff
  • Other duties, as assigned

COMPETENCIES

  • The ability to work in a fast-paced environment in partnership with the staff, board, major donors and volunteers
  • Superior writing and editing skills, with direct proposal and report-writing experience
  • Excellent organizational and research skills
  • An ability to manage multiple concurrent tasks
  • Strong communication, interpersonal, and time management skills

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent professional experience
  • A minimum of 3 years professional development experience with demonstrated fundraising success
  • Ability to write reports and proposals in a clear, concise, and easy-to-read manner
  • Proficiency with all Office Suite software including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Tessitura database (or other fundraising software) experience a plus
  • Position requires evening and weekend obligations during the opera season, including donor cultivation event sand show performances
  • A strong interest in opera, music or the theater desired
  • Ability to sit at a desk for up to and over eight hours per day
  • Ability to communicate using a phone and headset
  • Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds
  • Must perform the functions of the position in a safe manner

Please email cover letter and resume with references to resumes@atlantaopera.org, and include Foundation & Grants Manager in the subject line. No phone calls please.

Staff Accountant

Reports to: Controller
FLSA Status: Exempt
Employment Status: Full-Time
Supervisory Requirements: Yes


SUMMARY

The Staff Accountant is a major support role for the Controller who oversee the business operations of the company including accounting & finance.  The Staff Accountant will report directly to the Controller and will work closely with the high-energy and fast paced Administrative/Finance team to ensure business procedures are adhered to and also ensure the administrative & finance processes function adequately and supports program operations.

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DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintain and monitor internal controls and safeguards for receipt of revenue, costs, and program budgets vs actual expenditures.
  • Assist Controller in all month-end close processes including: Cash Reconciliations, Fixed Assets, Prepaids and Receivables reporting through complete account reconciliations.
  • Maintain and report monthly forecast changes.
  • Communicate as needed with external auditors including preparing necessary audit schedules.
  • Process weekly payroll through ADP TotalSource, our PEO.
  • Prepare Daily Cash Tracker and Balance Sheet FLUX.
  • Assist Controller with annual filings for the Secretary of State, Insurance Audits (Worker’s Comp & Property), IRS Form 720, Form 5500, 1042, Sales Tax, unclaimed property and other state and federal filings as needed.
  • Additional duties as needed.


COMPENTENCIES

  • Attention to detail
  • Honesty and good judgment
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Positive attitude
  • Consistency and reliability
  • Highly organized
  • Versatility
  • High tolerance for stress
  • Strong initiative and self-starter
  • Intuitive decision making
  • Critical thinking, problem solving and results oriented


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business management, or related discipline; or three years of work experience in accounting and finance.
  • Strong grasp & understanding of the reconciliation process required. Experience preferred.
  • Experience with non-profit organizations preferred.
  • A strong understanding of fund accounting for non-profit organizations is preferred.
  • Some experience coordinating audit activities and managing reporting, budget development & analysis, accounts payable & receivable, general ledger, payroll, and accounting for investments.
  • Technology savvy with knowledge of accounting & reporting software; Knowledge of Abila/MIP Fund Accounting & Tessitura preferred.
  • Willingness and desire to learn and implement new technologies.
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Excel required.
  • Ability and desire to translate complex financial concepts to individuals at all levels including finance and non-finance managers.
  • Ability to sit at a desk for up to and over eight hours per day.
  • Ability to communicate using a phone and headset.
  • Must perform the functions of the position in a safe manner.

Please email cover letter and resume with references to resumes@atlantaopera.org, and include Staff Accountant in the subject line. No phone calls please.

Costume Shop Foreman

Reports to: Costume Coordinator
FLSA Status: Exempt
Employment Status: Seasonal Full-Time
Supervisory Requirements: Yes


SUMMARY

The Costume Shop Manager will support the mission of The Atlanta Opera by supervising the work of the costume shop in the creation of world class opera production on both a grand and intimate scale. The Costume Shop Manager will supervise the work of the costume staff and report to the Costume Coordinator.

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DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supervise the daily work of the costume shop. Maintains the work flow of built, purchased, rented or pulled costume projects in the shop by monitoring all construction processes; monitoring personnel and resource needs
  • Hire seasonal shop and wardrobe staff and per-production over-hire as necessary
  • Resolve staffing issues by identifying staffing needs; making recommendations for hiring and performance evaluation; training and assessing training gaps of current and new staff
  • Schedule and maintain staff hours, timesheets, and pay roll
  • Manage costume shop seasonal budgets and expense accounts, working closely with the accounting department to comply with all financial policies
  • Schedule and attend all costume fittings to ensure consistency and construction standards
  • Attend all dress rehearsals supporting the work of the Costume Coordinator and Wardrobe Supervisor
  • Maintain inventory and order shop supplies
  • Researching and sourcing supplies, materials and equipment
  • Provide instruction and development for other employees
  • Take on shop projects as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

 

COMPENTENCIES

  • Knowledge of costume history, construction techniques, and fabric
  • Knowledge of draping, cutting, constructing, fitting, and alterations
  • Knowledge of safety standards for costume related equipment, products and tools and their implementation is necessary
  • Basic sewing machine repair and maintenance
  • Excellent computer skills (Excel, Outlook, Word, DropBox)
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, problem solving and management skills
  • Ability to multi-task and execute projects efficiently and according to schedule


QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor/Bachelor Fine Arts or graduate degree in Costume Technology or Management or equivalent work experience in a professional theatrical costume shop
  • 5 years’ experience in costume technology with demonstrated supervisory experience, quality work in a fast-paced environment
  • Must be able to work nights and weekends

Please email cover letter and resume with references to jschmink@atlantaopera.org, and include Costume Shop Foreman in the subject line. No phone calls please.

Stitchers

Reports to: Costume Coordinator
FLSA Status: Non-exempt
Employment Status: 1 Seasonal Full-Time / hourly
Supervisory Requirements: no

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DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Constructs or alters all assigned costumes according to the instructions
  • Actively participates in a team
  • Researches the period, style, and techniques necessary to complete the costume within the costume designer’s guidelines
  • Maintains the integrity of the costume design
  • Assists Costume Coordinator during fittings

COMPENTENCIES

  • Ability to operate shop equipment including industrial and domestic sewing machines, multi-needle and leather sewing machines, steam irons, and cutting tools
  • Hand sewing
  • Ability to listen, take instruction, and participate in a team to complete the builds/alterations
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Excellent time-management skills
  • Ability to work under tight deadlines
  • Works well in a face-paced and high-pressure environment
  • Ability to lift 20 pounds

 


QUALIFICATIONS

  • Able to perform a variety of construction and alteration techniques with minimum guidance
  • Demonstrates proficiency hand sewing techniques
  • Knowledge of/and experience in a variety of costume construction techniques including tailoring, period construction techniques, and alterations
  • Demonstrates knowledge in theatrical construction and quick rigging techniques
  • Understanding of period shape and how to adapt it to theatrical costumes
  • Good working knowledge of costume history
  • Ability to collaborate with the costume team to efficiently complete assigned projects

Please email cover letter and resume with references to jschmink@atlantaopera.org, and include Stitcher in the subject line. No phone calls please.

Assistant Technical Director

Reports to: Director of Production
FLSA Status: Exempt
Employment Status: Seasonal Full-Time
Supervisory Requirements: Yes

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DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Build, repair, and maintain scenery
  • Repair and maintain shop equipment
  • Maintain a clean, organized, and safe work environment
  • Run a safe, efficient shop
  • Manage a fast-paced work environment
  • Efficiently lead union crews
  • Attend production meetings, tech rehearsals, and performances when required
  • Coordinating load-ins/outs for all venues of sets, lights and sound
  • Act as a Company Safety Officer
  • Technically design new shows including and not limited to:
    • draft a full set of working/shop drawings
    • create assembly guidelines
    • venue ground plans
    • review load-in/out requirements
    • assist in managing trucking needs
  • Attend all technical rehearsals & advise on all stage running operations and all stage running sheets
  • Oversee Set & Equipment Rentals: possibly act as Rental TD for clients; maintain inventory, supervise repair and refurbishment as necessary, provide technical information to clients as necessary
  • Advise on feasibility of rental sets (draft as necessary, review load-in/out requirements, trucking needs, labor needs, modifications for our venues)
  • Collaborate with other departments on necessary projects
  • Other duties as assigned

COMPENTENCIES

  • Excellent written and oral communication and problem-solving skills
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple projects simultaneously and efficiently
  • Excellent computer skills and aptitude, especially using the Microsoft Office Suite, as well as the ability to quickly learn new software programs.
  • Proficient digital drafting (AutoCAD preferred)
  • Experience in managing union crews preferred
  • Ability to work collaboratively within production team and with multiple departments
  • Ability to drive a 26’ Box Truck

QUALIFICATIONS

  • BA or BFA
  • 2-3 years’ work experience in theatrical production with a demonstrated track record of increased responsibility
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds
  • Have valid driver’s license
  • Must perform the functions of the position in a safe manner
  • Position requires evening and weekend obligations during the opera season
  • A strong sense of humor

Please email cover letter and resume with references to jcohen@atlantaopera.org, and include Assistant Technical Director in the subject line. No phone calls please.

Supernumeraries

Supernumeraries are non-speaking, non-singing roles in opera, similar to extras in movies. Casting needs vary per production. The Atlanta Opera accepts supernumerary applications any time of year for all those interested in being a part of an operatic production.

To apply online, please fill out the form below. Once received, we will add your name to our files, and we will contact you if your description fits our casting needs for a production.

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Internships

There are no internships at this time. Please check back for updates.

Volunteering

The gift of your time and expertise is just as valuable as a monetary gift. Last year, Atlanta Opera volunteers contributed more than 6,000 hours. Volunteers help keep costs low and help us fulfill our mission of presenting world-class opera productions, while fostering education about this important art form. The company is so grateful to have such a supportive volunteer team. Their hard work and generosity keeps the beauty and passion of opera alive in Atlanta. Just some of the ways you can volunteer with The Atlanta Opera:

  • Mailings
  • Sell merchandise at Shop Opera
  • Airport transportation
  • Light Walking
  • Final Dress Rehearsal
  • Phone relief/receptionist coverage
  • Archives
  • Filing
  • Special events

For more information about becoming an Atlanta Opera volunteer, please fill out the form below, or contact Rebecca Danis at 404-881-8736 or rdanis@atlantaopera.org

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  • Contact Information

  • Availability

  • Please indicate when you are usually available to volunteer.
  • Employment Status

  • Emergency Contact

  • Demographic Information

    The information below will be held confidentially. Statistics obtained from this information will be used anonymously for grant reporting.
  • Application Agreement

    I certify that the information given stated on this application are true, accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that any false statements made by me may be used as a basis for rejection of this application. All volunteers must provide their own transportation. It is the policy of The Atlanta Opera to afford equal opportunity to all volunteers and applicants without regard to age, sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status or physical disability.