Employment and Auditions

Stage Management Internships

South Coast Repertory is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity in all areas of its operation.

Employment Opportunities


GRANTS MANAGER – South Coast Repertory seeks part-time (22 hours per week) Grants Manager to support institutional giving and relations with private foundations and public agencies. Responsibilities include grant applications and reports, managing and tracking all deadlines; prospect research; some writing and editing of development-related institutional copy for the published program. Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree and minimum of two years grant writing and research experience, demonstrated success in writing grant proposals and organizing grant teams, exceptional writing skills, ability to work in a fast-paced environment and multi-task. This position reports to the Director of Development and could start immediately. Please send letter, resume, writing samples, references and salary requirements to: Director of Development, Attn: Grants Manager search; c/o South Coast Repertory; P.O. Box 2197, Costa Mesa, CA. 92628 or by email to susan@scr.org. SCR is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity in all areas of its operation.


CUTTER/DRAPER, FIRST HAND, STITCHER, CRAFTS – South Coast Repertory is accepting resumes for OVERHIRE for its 2014-2015 Season. Primary responsibilities are the construction of costumes for SCR’s demanding season of 13+ plays, musicals and events; positions require a professional with experience in the designated position applied for and experience with industrial sewing equipment. Experience working in an environment in which multiple builds were juggled is desirable. Positions vary in length, dependant on project, for 2-6 weeks. SCR is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity in all areas of its operation. Send cover letter, resume and references to Amy Hutto, Costume Shop Manager, SCR, PO Box 2197, Costa Mesa, CA 92628-2197, email amyh@scr.org

Audition/Casting Information

South Coast Repertory operates its Segerstrom and Argyros Stage theatres under LORT (League of Resident Theatres) B and D contracts. The theatre also produces three Theatre for Young Audiences productions that operate under a TYA contract.

Union Talent - SCR casts its season on a show by show basis. Photos and resumes from Los Angeles area actors may only be submitted for specific productions. As a rule, auditions are not held outside the L.A. area.

Non-Union Talent - From time to time, in accord with the guidelines of Actors Equity and the League of Resident Theatres, SCR is able to hire non-union talent. Photos and resumes accompanied by a cover letter may be submitted to the casting director.

Photo: Sue Cremin, Rob Nagle and Libby West in Rest, by Samuel D Hunter in 2014. Photo by Debora Robinson