Employment Opportunity – Patron Services Manager

The Santa Fe Playhouse is seeking a part time Patron Services Manager who will supervise the Box Office team to provide excellent service by telephone, in-person, and online to Santa Fe Playhouse customers. They will work to ensure data is captured accurately and effectively using the ticketing system (AudienceView/OvationTix). And they will provide excellent customer service to visiting companies, and…
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Employment Opportunity – Development Associate

The Santa Fe Playhouse is seeking a part time Development Associate to provide administrative support to the Santa Fe Playhouse Development department. This position assists with donor cultivation, tracking, and stewardship tasks, project management for grant applications, grant writing, maintenance of donor database maintenance, and supports fundraising events and cultivations events. This position has flexible weekly hours with an estimated…
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Employment Opportunity – Bookkeeper

The Santa Fe Playhouse is seeking a part time Bookkeeper to provide administrative support to the Santa Fe Playhouse Management Staff. This position assists with weekly finance operations including Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, donor database maintenance, correspondence with accountant consulting team, and maintenance of the paper and digital files. This position has flexible weekly hours with an estimated 10 hours…
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Big Kids, Ready to Play: The Women of A Year with Frog at Toad

By Jennifer Levin Generations of children grew up on Arnold Lobel’s Frog and Toad books, which the beloved American author wrote and illustrated in the 1970s. Frog is the cheerier of the amphibian best friends, while Toad can be a bit of a curmudgeon. They rake leaves, go sledding, and bake cookies together, as friends do. Sometimes they argue, as…
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Casting Call: A Year with Frog and Toad, Sept. 10 and 11

CASTING CALL : A Year With Frog & Toad Written by Robert and Willie Reale Directed by Patrick MacDonald and Emily Rankin Artistic Director: Robyn Rikoon  Audition Date & Time: September 10 and 11 Sat, September 10th: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Monologues and Singing  12:15 p.m. – 1 p.m. Dance Call Sat, September 10th: 4…
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Overly Academic Thoughts About Santa Fe’s Silliest Show: A conversation with the directors of the Fiesta Melodrama

By Jennifer Levin Eliot Fisher and Andy Primm co-direct A Proud Playhouse Presents a Preëminent Pageant to Puncture the Precious Pretensions of a Pretty Provincial Populace, or A Silly Centennial Celebration Centered on the Scintillating Scandals of Santa Fe or A Riotous Retrospective Chock Full of Gags, the 100th Anniversary Fiesta Melodrama at Santa Fe Playhouse, opening with a gala…
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100th Anniversary Santa Fe Fiesta Melodrama Celebrates A Century of Skewering All of Us

SANTA FE — Santa Fe Playhouse celebrates a full century of existence with its 100th Anniversary Fiesta Melodrama, opening Saturday, Aug. 27, with performances through Sept. 18 at the Playhouse downtown, as well as a tour of Midtown and the Southside. This year’s event is a multimedia show featuring live theater and song, as well as historical Fiesta Melodrama recordings….
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SWAIA Performances presents Sage Cornelius

SWAIA Performances presents multi-instrumentalist musician Sage Cornelius at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Wednesday, June 22, at Santa Fe Playhouse. Sage Cornelius (Oneida, Navajo, Potawatomi) is a multi-instrumentalist musician from Topeka, Kansas. He learned honky-tonk/Irish fiddle as well as classical violin when he was young. He picked up guitar in high school and counts among his influences Charlie Daniels,…
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Journey to the Center of Your Soul

Interviews by Jennifer Levin Everybody, by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, is a story to watch unfold as well as a highly personal journey each audience member takes with the cast. It’s an update of the 15th-century morality play, Everyman, which is a staple of theater education. The original is likely the first play written in English; Jacobs-Jenkins’ embraces Everyman’s serious issues of…
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