Do you have a passion for live theatre and performance and a love of Santa Fe?

Is it your passion to be a part of a team that makes great theater and celebrates local diverse cultures?

Do you want to be a part of a team that is working to broaden our national recognition as a live arts destination?

If so, Santa Fe Playhouse may be the place for you!

We are a professional theatre producing 5 to 6 fully staged productions each year, the annual Fiesta Melodrama, as well as readings and other special events and presentations. We offer a dynamic and flexible working environment.

We seek collaborators who wish to further our mission, connecting artists with the audience to engage in dialogue to examine, uplift, challenge, and heal through the visceral art of performance and storytelling. 

See below for opportunities for employment and contract work both on-stage and in the office.



All positions are open until filled. You can find out more details in the links below.

If you would like to submit your resume for potential future employment at the Santa Fe Playhouse, please email

April 30, 2024

Opportunity: Teacher’s Assistant for Youngers Theater Gym

 Dates: June 10 – June 29, Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 3 PM (the final Friday goes until 6 PM) Assisting: Terri Scullin Searching for a teacher’s Assistant with a background in Theater Education or currently studying Theater/Education in college to assist in our Youngers Theatre Gym. Please note that background checks are required for this position. BA in Theater Education preferred. Pay: $400 per week…


If you are a theatre-lover and would like to get more involved with Santa Fe Playhouse volunteering can be a thrilling and exciting way to both support the work and get exclusive access to how the work is made.

We are looking for people to fill volunteer positions from ushers, to administrative support and marketing work.



Santa Fe Playhouse does not accept unsolicited script submissions outside of the specific calls for scripts.

We welcome submissions from playwrights, literary agents, and theatre colleagues with whom we have professional relationships. We encourage you to learn more about our mission and recent production history to determine if your work would be a good fit.

We do not return phone calls or emails regarding unsolicited scripts.


Sunday, May 19
You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown

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