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2021 - 2022 Guest Artists

Do you have a passion to create, seek new challenges and strive for excellence? The Kalamazoo Civic Theatre may just be the place for you.

At The Civic, you will work with some of the most creative and talented people in our community. If you share our goals and have the skills, we want to hear from you! We are now accepting applications for Directors, Music Directors, Choreographers, and Piano Accompanists for the 2021-2022 season. Applications should include a cover letter with mailing address, resumé, and shows of specific interest.

The 2021-2022 season includes:

The 1940 s Radio Hour
Dames at Sea
Ken Ludwig s Murder On The Orient Express
The Piano Lesson
Schoolhouse Rock Live!
Leaving Iowa
Disney s Descendants

Resumés and letters of interest should be sent via email or mailed to:

Tony Humrichouser
Artistic Director
Kalamazoo Civic Theatre
329 South Park Street
Kalamazoo MI 49007


We are looking for an experienced Production Stage Manager to oversee all productions, volunteer stage managers, and stage management intern. Responsibilities include but are not limited to- scheduling, maintaining master calendar, monitoring safety supplies, facilitating design and production meetings, completing show reports, completing departmental paperwork, departmental budgeting, oversight of rentals and rental contracting, tape outs, assisting with volunteer training and stage managing as needed. This is a full time resident position with benefits.

Submit cover letter and resume to:
Tony Humrichouser, Artistic Director
Kalamazoo Civic Theatre
329 South Park Street, Kalamazoo, MI 49007
or email

Job Description

Mentor Coordinator

The Kalamazoo Civic Theatre is currently accepting applications for the role of Mentor Coordinator Penguin Project Production. The Mentor Coordinator works alongside the artistic team with the specific responsibility of pairing artists (performers with special needs) with mentors (peer mentors). Mentor Coordinators are asked to attend every rehearsal, ensure artists always have a mentor and coach the mentors in positive ways of supporting their artists. Additionally, a mentor coordinator will monitor rehearsals to observe interactions and identify potential problems and run mentor boot camp. A guide book and ongoing support training are available.

The Penguin Project has been described as "fun, challenging, exhausting, and one of those rare experiences that can be life-fulfilling and life changing." To learn more about the Penguin Project visit: penguinproject.org
Preferred applicants will be friendly, approachable, detail oriented, and have a love for working with students. Familiarity with theatre and/or child development is a plus!

At this time we believe rehearsals will begin October 11th meeting 2 -3 days a week for 1.5 hours between 4:00 and 6:00 PM. with performances in mid-March. More details will be available after our season announcement.

To be considered, please email a letter of interest, resume, and availability to: Education

The Kalamazoo Civic Academy of Theatre Arts

Seeking Teaching Artists for our 2021-22 season. Applicants must have experience in the theatre arts and a passion for sharing their knowledge with others. Previous teaching experience is preferred. We anticipate needing teachers to teach a wide variety of skills, including but not limited to: acting, improvisation, script/monologue writing, dance technique, specialty dance instruction, puppetry, stage makeup, stage combat and singing (applicants do not need to teach in all areas).

To be considered, please email a letter of interest, resume, and availability.

Applications will be accepted and reviewed throughout the season.

Job Description

The Kalamazoo Civic Theatre is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive work environment that inspires all individuals and provides a work environment free of discrimination and harassment.