Jobs & Auditions
Arizona Opera is seeking a motivated, detail-oriented, and energetic Staff Accountant to join its Finance team as the company continues to pursue its vision of artistic vitality, delivery of civic value, audience expansion, and institutional strength and sustainability.
A Cutter/Draper is responsible for creating the desired look of each assigned production’s Costume Design. They supervise the construction/alteration of each assigned garment and liaise between the stitchers, designer and costume shop manager to maintain an efficient and successful production and shop.
Arizona Opera is seeking an experienced, passionate, and energetic Associate Director of Development, Individual Giving, to join its Development team as the company continues to pursue its vision of artistic vitality, delivery of civic value, audience expansion, and institutional strength and sustainability.
On September 25, Arizona Opera Opera will hold auditions for child actors to cast five speaking (non-singing) roles in a production of a new holiday opera EL MILAGRO DEL RECUERDO by Javier Martínez and Leonard Foglia. The opera is scheduled to play for five performances at the Herberger Theater in Phoenix, and The Temple of Music and Art in Tucson, in December 2021.
Auditioning children should be fluent Spanish speakers and have some previous stage experience. The roles are as follows:
The Production Electrician is responsible for the installation and maintenance of all lighting equipment and the operation thereof for rehearsals and performances and the direction of all employees working in this area. When not working in this area, they shall perform such other work as assigned.
Applicants must be United States citizens or have the right to work in the United States. Non-U.S. Citizens must send a photocopy of right-to-work documentation.
Applicants must be United States citizens or have the right to work in the United States. Non U.S. citizens must send a photocopy of their documentation proving right to work in the United States.
Arizona Opera, originally the Tucson Opera Company, was founded in 1971 by a dedicated group of opera enthusiasts. Its inaugural season featured two performances of Rossini’s The Barber of Seville in Tucson and by the 1976 – 1977 season Arizona Opera was performing complete seasons in both Tucson and Phoenix.
The Box Office Assistant Manager is responsible in assisting the Box Office Manager with running the daily operations of the box office. This includes implementing ticketing policies, running the box office at performances, assisting the Manager with Front of House management in Tucson, and any other responsibility necessary for the function of the department.
Arizona Opera is seeking an energetic, creative, and community-focused individual to join its senior management team as its Director of Community Alliances. This newly redesigned position will have a continued focus on managing and improving Arizona Opera’s group of community engagement programs, while seeking programmatic and partnership opportunities that will help to advance Arizona Opera’s goal of becoming a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization.