top of page

Work with Us


Job Openings

To apply, please email our Managing and Producing Director, Aaron Simms at

with your resume


Volunteer in the park and receive free admission! 

Help out at the box office, with seating, or the merch/ice cream tent!

To sign up, click below:

House Manager

Shakespeare on the Sound House Manager duties include overseeing all aspects of seating within Pinkney Park for the run of the show including (with the assistance of the box office manager) creation of the seating chart for each show. 

Prior to each show, you will have created a seating chart for VIP reserved seating.

While in the park, the HM will set up the proper roping and chairs, and with the help of volunteers, make sure patrons sit in the appropriate areas. 
During the show, you'll ensure the patrons are complying with the rules and assisting with any of their needs.

After the show, you will be in charge of cleaning and storing VIP chairs, ropes, and general park clean-up.

Schedule is Tuesday through Sunday, 3pm to the end of the performance around 9:30/10pm.

June 12 or 13- orientation & seating chart creation 

June 14-July 2 (Tuesdays-Sundays)- run of show

Pay is a $1875 stipend

Wardrobe Supervisor

The Wardrobe Supervisor (WS) is a principal member of the production staff and

reports directly to the Managing & Producing Director (MPD) and Production Stage Manager (PSM). The WS will begin work during the week that tech rehearsals commence (6/4/24) and will finish no later than three days following the production’s closing (6/30/24).


Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

Load in: June 4, 2024 or sometime thereafter.

Tech: June 8-11, 2024

Performances: June 12-30, 2024 at Pinkney Park in Rowayton, Connecticut.

Strike: July 1-3, 2024

Salary: $800/week. Up to 40 hours per week. Travel reimbursed for work between NYC and Connecticut.


Responsibilities include:


  • Reporting to the Production Manager and Costume Designer for any preproduction work during the week of load in and technical rehearsals beginning on/around June 4, 2024.

  • Being present during all technical rehearsals (as called).din

  • Being present for crew calls as requested by Stage Management, typically one and one half hours prior to show time.

  • Responsibility of maintaining the costumes and wigs (if necessary), basic hair styling (training is required in styling black hair, if necessary), and designated costume prop pieces for the run Coordinating with the actors for any needs or fixes throughout the run.

  • Creating and maintaining a laundry and dry cleaning schedule and coordinating with Stage Management/Production Management.

  • During tech, previews, and performances the WS will communicate directly with the Designer and execute all notes per their direction.

  • Overseeing the care and quality of the costumes and repairing items as needed.

  • Dressing the show.

  • Keeping the dressing rooms tidy throughout the run.

  • Maintain and reconcile wardrobe petty cash.

  • Tracking and maintaining costume inventory, wigs (if any), and costume props.

  • The WS will assist in the transportation of the costumes/props from the costume shop space to the production’s venue in CT.

  • Operate in a kind, generous, and professional manner with all staff, performers, crew, and management.


Submit cover letter and resume to Aaron Simms, Managing and Producing Director at:

Merch Tent Manager

The Merch Tent Manager will organize and run the merch tent for the run of the show. 

The job will begin June 10 or 11 for training & in-park set-up.

The show will run June 12-30 (Tuesday-Sunday).

Merch Tent Manager will be in charge of the merch tent and ice cream sales. They will keep track of inventory, set up the tent in the park, run the sales for the merchandise and ice cream. They will have volunteers each night to use as needed. 

They will arrive at the park at 5 and be ready for sales to start at 5:30. They will finish at about 8:45/9 after intermission. 

Pay is an $800 stipend

Sponsorship Coordinator

Shakespeare on the Sound is looking to fill an Sponsorship Coordinator position immediately.

This is a part-time position, approximately 10-20 hours a week.  Flexible schedule and most of the work can be done remotely.

The focus of this position is to secure local businesses to be show sponsors or to purchase ads in our printed program for Shakespeare on the Sound’s summer production of Romeo and Juliet.

Someone who knows the local community and is motivated to bring in new business is an ideal candidate.  This is a great opportunity for those who want to join a fun, creative team and be a part of creating live theatre!

This seasonal position would begin April 1 through May 31.  It requires organizational skills, attention to detail, good communication, and excellent customer service skills.

Compensation: $25/hour. Paid bi-weekly. Please email a cover letter and resume to

bottom of page