Technical Director

If you have a broad background and thorough understanding of all aspects involved in technical theater, thrive on collaboration, and embrace both a coaching and learning mindset – this might be a role for you. As Technical Director your primary focus and responsibility is to support all technical needs for GREAT productions, camps, and outreach activities. This includes planning, scheduling, engineering, executing, and supervising to ensure the safe, efficient, and timely production of all events as well as ensure the accurate construction and implementation of designs in line with the artistic vision and allocated resources. Working in collaboration with the leadership team, you play a key role in cultivating a culture that is positive, efficient, inclusive, educational, and collaborative. 


To apply please email cover letter, resume, and samples of technical drafting drawings to Applications will be reviewed as they are received until position is filled.


In this seasonal position, you are responsible for creating a fun and nurturing learning environment that engages campers in creative play appropriate for their developmental ages (positions available ranging from pre-K grade through High School). You’ll be responsible for planning and implementing daily lesson plans, teaching, and directing youth in productions each week, focusing on the process of creating live theatre, developing skills and building community.

In this role you live out GREAT’s mission of building life skills through quality arts education, ensuring accessibility and inclusion for all, and eliciting joy, empathy and self-discovery through live theatre experiences.

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To apply, please email the following information: A written introduction of yourself and how you’re qualified for the position along with work history OR an attached cover letter and resume. Applications will be reviewed as they are received until positions are filled.

Stage Manager and Assistant Stage Manager

Do you have experience as a stage manager or looking to gain experience as an assistant stage manager? We are actively looking to grow our team. Please send interest and resume to


We’re currently seeking accompanists to join our team. Please email if you’re interested.

Great River Educational Arts Theatre (GREAT), is a non-profit community theatre that enriches lives by bringing people together to build lasting connections through theatrical storytelling that challenges, educates, entertains, and inspires. Through dynamic on-stage programming that consists of producing 8-10 full-scale shows featuring local talent, multiple production collaborations, and innovative off-stage educational outreach throughout Central Minnesota, we invite people to be part of the story to build a more vibrant community, celebrate differences, and create a sense of belonging for everyone. By reaching more than 60,000 people each year, GREAT brings our community together through the transformative power of the arts.

GREAT is committed to attracting and retaining employees with varying identities and backgrounds. We aspire to create a team that represents the diversity of our community while creating a space that encourages and embraces inclusiveness, equal opportunity, and respect. Additionally, we are committed to anti-racism through ongoing and consistent action, moving with urgency while identifying both immediate and long-term strategic actions, both as individuals and collectively as an organization.