IRON CROW THEATRE IS ONE OF BALTIMORE'S MOST AMBITIOUS THEATRE COMPANIES.
Iron Crow Theatre is an award-winning, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization and Baltimore’s queer theatre. Iron Crow Theatre aims to become Baltimore's next equity theatre and produces queer theatre for a queer city; celebrating the renegade and the unorthodox in all of us. Here you’ll be challenged to do some of your best work, in a safe and professional environment, and inspired to achieve more than you ever thought possible. Overall, you’ll be proud. Because however you get involved here, you’ll be part of something big. Join us as we look to make history.
Iron Crow Theatre is an award-winning, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization and Baltimore’s queer theatre. Iron Crow Theatre produces queer theatre for a queer city, celebrating the renegade and the unorthodox in all of us.
Iron Crow Theatre strives to become Baltimore's next professional equity theatre, producing theatrical work of the highest artistic quality, offering artists and administrators alike with competitive pay, access to the Equity Membership Candidate program, and a creative environment founded on professionalism, that is both safe and inclusive to all.
VOLUNTEERING AT IRON CROW THEATRE
Iron Crow Theatre is Baltimore's queer theatre, dedicated to elevating the voices of the queer community and to supporting queer artists and allies, even as queer spaces in Baltimore, and LGBTQ+ rights and acceptance across the country, continue to erode. We're also on a mission to become Baltimore's next equity theatre, helping to bridge the gap between theatres with a multi-million dollar budget and those will a multi-hundred dollar budget, offering local artists higher honorariums, providing students and early professionals much needed access to the Equity Membership Candidate program, and elevating the cultural landscape of our city by attracting some of the best talent in the region.
Thus, Iron Crow Theatre is committed to producing work of the highest artistic quality and to a rehearsal and performance process that upholds the highest standards of professionalism; modeling ourselves after equity theatres we continue to admire greatly. We are devoted to fostering both a culture and an environment that embraces diversity and inclusion, promotes safety and well being, and allows our artists to do some of their best work here.
At Iron Crow Theatre you'll be challenged and inspired, recognized and fulfilled. Overall, you’ll be proud. Because however you get involved here, you’ll be part of something big. Join us and let's make history!
Iron Crow Theatre relies on the gracious support of its community and their donation of time to sustain and expand our impact in and around the greater Baltimore area. Iron Crow Theatre is run by an entire administrative team of volunteers that donate their skills, passions and expertise to an organization they believe in. Iron Crow Theatre's Administration supports the theatre's mission from within it's core and the experiences they've gained at the helm of this award-winning organization have provided them with greater opportunities once never before thought possible.
Iron Crow Theatre is actively seeking grants/funding and increased financial sponsorship. Stipends, honorariums and/or PT and FT salary options are immediate goals of the organization. We're looking for individuals willing to help grow the company with a startup mentality and who enjoy the excitement of a rapidly growing organization.
The ideal candidate for these are opportunities are individuals with a significant amount of availability and are excited by the possibility of growing these positions into more sustainable future part time and full time positions as the organization continues it's trajectory forward.
The Managing Director, a member of Senior Administrative team that reports directly to the Board of Directors, is responsible for leading and implementing all administrative, developmental, and financial operations in order to ensure the sustainability and growth of Iron Crow Theatre. Additionally, the Managing Director is responsible for major decisions regarding personnel and human resources management.
The Production Manager, reporting directly to the Artistic Director, supervises, plans, and coordinates the budgetary, design, and technical aspects of all theatrical productions. They ensure that all aspects of each individual production are completed within budget according to the director's and designers’ vision, and on time for the first public performance. The Production Manager oversees the cost effectiveness and planning of the entire production process including budgeting, scheduling, and coordinating of various production departments and personnel.
MARKETING & PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER
The Marketing / Public Relations Manager, reporting directly to the Managing Director, is responsible for the promotion and advertising of the theatre’s public image, productions, ancillary programming, and merchandise in order to generate larger revenue margins, audiences, and artist and volunteer interest. Additionally, this individual acts as a spokesperson for the organization, handling most media and patron inquiries.
The Director of Development, reporting directly to the Managing Director, is responsible for assisting with the overall strategic financial planning of the organization, providing key input into financial decision making and strategy and driving the financial operation of the company towards prolonged sustainability. They are also responsible for securing grants, donations, and/or corporate sponsorships that provide for a sustainable financial model.