Electrician | Playbill


CATEGORY: Technical

The Cape Playhouse
Dennis, MA


Daniel Whiting

Job Details



The historic Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA — the theatre where Broadway goes to summer- is accepting resumes for an electrician for our 2023 Summer Season which includes productions of Ain’t Misbehavin’, Sense and Sensibility, Jersey Boys, An American in Paris, Camelot, and Baskerville.

The electrician working under the Master Electrician is responsible for helping in the advancement, prep, hang, and focus of all light plots. They will help maintain the electrics shop area, keeping it clean and making sure it is a safe working environment. The Electrician will assist with all load-ins, strikes, and tech rehearsals. A detailed proficiency of moving lights and programing of console is preferred. The electrician must possess sufficient strength and stamina to lift and carry up to 50 pounds and perform physical activities such as, but not limited to, lifting, bending, standing, climbing.

The Cape Playhouse values tradition, hard work, kindness, generosity, passion, and professionalism. A degree in Lighting Design/Tech Electrics or similar and two years of professional experience required. Must have excellent communication skills, high energy, and be organized. Skill set should include programing, hanging, focusing, soldering, and the ability to assist the Master Electrician in leading apprentices, and other relevant staff during light changeovers.

The Electrician reports to the Master Electrician. Position begins on the Cape in mid-May and continues through mid-September. Competitive salary, plus private housing.

Those interested in applying should send cover letter, resume, and contact info for three references to: [email protected] with the job title as the subject line. Application by email only, no phone calls please.


May 22, 2023 - Sep 16, 2023


$600.00 – $600.00 per week



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