SEPTEMBER 27 - 30, 2018

Past Festivals


Job postings at the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival - photo by Josh Andrus

Working with the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival is self-driven yet collaborative. We all work as independent contractors united in the same goal: putting on a world-class Festival that honors our great American playwright. We are fun, Provincetown is an amazing place, we work hard for not a lot of money, and the experiences we create together are worth it.

If you are interested in working with us, consider attending the StageSource Job Fair in Boston, held each year in February.


The following Festival positions are open:


Production Manager

PRODUCTION MANAGER - The Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival is seeking a seasonal part-time Production Manager (June 1 - October 3, 2018) responsible for essential logistics, scheduling, and Festival-wide organization for all productions and events.

The Production Manager works with the Producing Director, as well as Scenic, Electrics, and Sound Supervisors, on production tasks that cover a wide range: scheduling, budgeting, production logistics, database management, staff supervision, equipment rental/purchase, correspondence, community relations, and administration.

The ideal candidate should be conversant in technical theater disciplines and production management. This is largely a telecommute position, and is meant to be combined with other work. There are regular email and phone meetings with Producing Director and Supervisors, as well as virtual production meetings (averaging twice per week), July through September.

One three-night site visit in Provincetown (housing provided) June 1-4 to preview performance venues and assist with the annual dinner gala is required, as well as a two-week residency in Provincetown (housing provided) September 19 - October 3.

This is a highly collaborative environment and success in this position relies on great organizational skills, multitasking, and management finesse. Join a united team that makes incredible productions happen in a short time at a well-regarded international theater festival. All staff members work as independent contractors. For further information about the Festival, please visit

Download the full job description here.

To apply, send cover letter and resume by March 1 to


Community Engagement Manager


COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT MANAGER - The Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival is seeking a motivated individual to engage with the Provincetown community and cultivate support in the areas of housing, dining, sponsorship, and advertising. This is a part-time independent contract position, and because it's a flexible, results-oriented job, it is perfectly suited to combine with other part-time work, or even a full-time job. 

The ideal candidate lives in Provincetown or the Outer Cape at least half the year. The primary objective is to solicit donations and ad sales, fostering and expanding relationships with local businesses and individuals whose annual support makes the Festival possible.

The job requires excellent communication, organizational, and people skills. A superior computer aptitude and a positive, confident, caring attitude are required. You should be comfortable with sales and public speaking, be self-motivated, and able to work unsupervised on a variety of projects at once.

The Festival provides is a highly collaborative and creative environment; join a team of people that make incredible productions happen in a short time at a well-regarded international Theater Festival.

Download the full job description here

The Festival's aim is to fill the position by January 15, 2018, or sooner.

Please apply with your current resume to 

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