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Production Manager

Full-Time, Seasonal Position

Bay Street Theater (BST) seeks a Production Manager (PM) for the 2018 summer mainstage season. This salaried position reports to the General Manager and works closely with the Artistic Director and Associate Producer/Company Manager.  The PM position begins with part-time coordination (remote work optional) in March 2018 and is on-site, full-time in Sag Harbor, NY from approximately May 1, 2018 – September 8, 2018.  Housing is provided for the duration of on-site work.


The BST mainstage season features the mounting of 3-4 full theatrical or musical productions, weekly comedy events and musical concerts, Bay Street Under the Stars annual outdoor production, an annual fundraising Gala, arts education workshops and camps for children, Goat on a Boat puppet theater performances, and much more.


The PM works with the General Manager to organize the production team and technical requirements for all mainstage season activities and performances.  The PM acts as the team leader that supports technical department heads to ensure smooth productions that come in on time and on budget.  This post requires regular evening and weekend work in conjunction with BST’s performance calendar.


To apply, please send cover letter and resume to


The Production Manager’s general responsibilities include:


Oversee all production budgets in coordination with department heads
Oversee and coordinate all aspects of production (i.e. Stage Managers, Technical Director Designers, Props, Wardrobe, etc.)
Schedule and attend all production meetings
Create and distribute production related calendars as needed
Act as liaison between all department heads within production and designers, director, Artistic Director, and General Manager
Regularly meet with all production department heads to coordinate schedules, track budgets, and determine personnel needs
Ensure that designs are timely and meet with department heads to determine feasibility in terms of budget and time constraints
Coordinate load-in and load-out schedules with department heads, designers, stage manager, and director
Coordinate all transportation of lighting, props, costumes, scenic elements, and rental equipment
Determine running crew assignments
Oversee an initial phase of the design process and build of our fall 2018 Lit Live production which will commence at a time TBD in August once final mainstage show has opened
Managing the accounting of production related expenditures including collection and coding of all receipts and invoice (i.e. carpentry, shop, painting, costume, props, building etc.)
Submit weekly payroll and AP for production

Oversee Production budgets
Work with General Manager and Education Manager to interview and hire intern staff
Work with General Manager to determine and hire all crews and needed personnel for all events, during summer season
Create production calendar for the season
Determine design deadlines
Work with T.D. to determine pre-season maintenance and projects (i.e. houselights, shop renovations, building renovations etc.)
Organize crews and assist in completing pre-season maintenance and projects to ready the theater and scene shop for the season
Work with Associate Producer & Company Manager to secure housing for interns, production staff, and over hires
Work with General Manager and Education Manager to coordinate all educational productions, during summer season only
Review all tech riders and advise feasibility and financial commitment, in terms of tech
Work with staff to return theatre to rep-house condition post-season
Rent all equipment necessary for post-season performances.


Insure that tech and designs stay within production budget
Coordinate all technical aspects
Determine and hire all crew necessary
Work with General Manager to rent and insure delivery and return of all tech equipment

Work with General Manager and Artistic Director to coordinate all production responsibilities to staff, plan, and execute other summer season programs including Music Mondays, Bay Street Under the Stars readings, and the New Works Festival
Work with Artistic Director and General Manager to create budgets for these events
Help conceptualize new programs at Bay Street that utilize existing staff and equipment to reach out to the community



Technical Supervisor

Full-Time, Year Round Position


Bay Street Theater (BST) seeks a Technical Supervisor. This full-time, salaried position reports to the General Manager and works closely with the Associate Producer/Company Manager.  BST strives to be a home to the East End’s performing arts community, as well as a professional LORT summer theater festival.  The Technical Supervisor organizes the technical requirements for all off season events, including stage setup, lighting requirements, and related production functions for events including but not limited to touring and local theatrical productions, recitals, film screenings, musical concerts, and comedic acts.  The Technical Supervisor is responsible for exemplifying customer service to visiting performers and designers to make each artist’s experience at BST smooth and efficient.


The Technical Supervisor’s general responsibilities include:

Off Season Technical Supervision, Coordination & Operation
Literature Live Production Technical Supervision
Technical Equipment Management
Facilities Management
Summer Season Technical Assistance TBD

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Ideal candidates should have at least 2 years of technical theater experience, a comprehensive basic knowledge of technical theatre operations, and well-honed interpersonal and communication skills.  The post requires regular evening and weekend work in conjunction with BST’s performance calendar.


To apply, please send cover letter and resume to