Title: Scenic Artist

Term of Employment:  Per Agreement

Schedule: 6 day work week

Department: Scenic

Reports To:Scenic Charge Artist and Technical Director

Overall Responsibility: Assist with all applied and painted scenic finishes.

Key Responsibilities:

Assist in the paint application for all scenic elements, including fly pieces, furniture and stage floor.
Assist with the mixing of all paint and textures needed to execute each assigned scenic project.
Report the progress of assigned projects to Scenic Charge Artist and inform them of any potential problems or conflicts.
Touch up stock scenery as advised.
Appropriately prep scenic surfaces for durability and aesthetic, including filling holes, sanding, priming and coating foam.
Apply a variety of three-dimensional textures, such as raised wood grains.
Authentically age and distress scenic pieces as advised.
Assist in the occasional foam carving projects for specialty scenic items.
Assist in the occasional silk and fabric dying for ground cloths and fly pieces.
Create and sew all soft goods as designed by Scenic Designer for the scenic elements.
Assist the Scenic Charge Artist in the creation and maintenance of a scenic paint bible for each production.
Assist with the painting of the stage floor at change over by masking, painting, and prepping supplies and paint.


A serious interest in the theatre profession, preferably having obtained an education in theatre, fine art or studio art.
Previous professional experience as a Scenic Painter in a summer stock environment.
Ability to take direction and see a task out to completion.
Proven history of reliability and a strong work ethic.
Possess a strong attention to detail and excellent organizational skills.
Ability to thrive in an environment that requires working under tight deadlines.
Demonstrated ability to work independently or as a positive team member.
Exhibited self-reliance and willingness to seek out all possible solutions to challenges.
Demonstrated efficiency, prioritization, and multitasking.
Ability to plan ahead and anticipate potential setbacks.
Ability to calmly and succinctly resolve conflict and crisis.
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. to the height of 3 to 4 feet.
Excellent communication skills and a collaborative nature.
Strong commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion.

Please send cover letter and resume in PDF form.

To apply for this job email your details to pburns@broadwaysacramento.com

About Broadway Sacramento

Broadway Sacramento (BWS) is Northern California’s premiere producer and presenter of musical theatre, and the largest nonprofit musical theatre in California. Since the inception of Broadway At Music Circus in 1951 under an open-air, circus-style big top, Broadway Sacramento has grown to become the most successful nonprofit performing arts organization in Northern California. Between Broadway At Music Circus and Broadway On Tour, Broadway Sacramento entertains over 250,000 patrons every year.