We are always looking for talented individuals to add to our creative and administrative staff. Cape Fear Regional Theatre provides a fun, fast paced working environment with many opportunities to learn and grow.
If you don’t see a position that is a fit for your skills, please check back often, as our staffing needs are continuously evolving as we grow.
We do not currently have any open staff positions!
Cape Fear Regional Theatre, located in Fayetteville North Carolina, was founded in 1962. Now in its 60th year, CFRT is a 501(c)3 non-profit with a $1.7 million operating budget, and a dedicated staff of 14. Each year, CFRT presents award winning mainstage productions and a full spectrum of Education and Outreach programs including classes and camps for ages 6 to 19, adult education, and community outreach initiatives. CFRT fully owns its centrally located building that houses a 285-seat mainstage theatre, scenic and costume shops, administrative offices, and adjacent education center. Fayetteville is the sixth largest and among the most diverse cities in North Carolina. We are proud to be part of this big city with a small-town vibe, and to both reflect and highlight its magnificent diversity.
CFRT exists, at its core, to produce six mainstage musicals and plays that touch people’s hearts and minds. A shared experience around a live performance brings us into greater conversation and connection with our neighbors and sends us out to live fully, freely, and bravely. The theatre is a place of safety and expression, and we passionately welcome all ages, races, creeds, genders, and abilities.
Protect the Team. The Board, Leadership, and Staff are on the same team and must be each other’s best supporters and strongest advocates.
Strive for Excellence. In all things, from mainstage production to education classes to outreach initiatives. We are constantly learning, listening, and adapting to better meet the needs of our community, operate more efficiently, and embrace a wider and more diverse constituency.
Safety. Excellence is unattainable without emotionally and physically safe working conditions. We maintain an open-door policy between Staff, Leadership, and the Board. We seek out training and opportunities that enable us to engage more empathetically and supportively with our colleagues, artists, and audiences.
Honesty & Integrity. We acknowledge when we have made mistakes, or when there is work to be done to make a program, relationship, or idea stronger and more beautiful. We seek to listen and act without whining, without defensiveness, without fear, knowing that honest communication and integrity-based decision making create the most fertile ground for creativity and collaboration.
Creativity. Our imaginations are among our strongest assets, and when everything from artistic work to marketing, development, and administration, to the building itself reflect creativity, joy, and play, our branding is strengthened and our mission is fully expressed.
Cape Fear Regional Theatre is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
We are always looking for overhire to assist in scenery, costumes, lights, and sound! If you are interested in working with us, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.