Looking for employment? We’re almost always on the lookout for additional help and new talent. If you or a friend has experience in any area of the theatrical arts, call us and find out what jobs we have available. Currently we are looking for a musical theater teacher and a technical director, the descriptions are posted below.


We are currently seeking a teacher for our Fall and Winter Classes. Applicant should be well  versed  in beginning acting, singing and dancing. Teacher earns 40 percent of total tuition collected for the class.

Goal of the class is to teach students Musical Theater skills (speaking, singing, acting and dancing) while working together to stage a fabulous workshop production at the end of each session. (Productions TBA.) Rehearsing and presenting a musical workshop will foster students’ creativity, responsibility, independence, teamwork, and dedication. It will also strengthen social/communication skills and self-esteem through students’ learning to work together and taking pride in their accomplishments.

Theater has a unique characteristic of combining the elements of study and play. We are currently seeking a teacher who can pass these skills on to our students. Our students look forward to rehearsals and performances because they will be having fun while at the same time boosting valuable academic skills: enhancing reading (learning and performing lines), social studies (exploring settings, characters and choreography).

The class material worked on is different the two sessions offered, and students are welcomed to sign-up for the second session without attending the first.

Class is Wednesdays 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm (2 hours) for 10 weeks, offered in September and January for Ages  7 through 16.

Call Michael at the theater for more information on employment. 239-772-5862


Cultural Park Theater Company, a not-for-profit 501-C3 , located in Cape Coral, Florida, is actively seeking a part-time  technical director to work with production managers and oversee a volunteer base.  The qualified candidate will be responsible for supervision and implementation of all production elements (lighting, sound, set design and construction).    The candidate will also be responsible for training of all technical volunteers, monitors the conditions of equipment including lighting, sound and rigging equipment, and arranges for the repair and replacement within budgetary restraints and performs preventative maintenance on equipment.  The candidate should also possess the following skills:   a knowledge of techniques, methods and procedures of theatre, dance and music productions and presentations, including stage, set, sound and lighting design and implementation; stage management; computerized lighting systems, stage carpentry; appropriate safety precautions and procedures.   Key to this position is a strong work ethic centered on excellent organizational skills and the ability to develop and maintain positive, collaborative relationships with all artistic parties.  Salary is commensurate with experience.

This is an excellent employment opportunity for college age students to master and implement their skills.

Contact the Executive Director, Cultural Park Theater at (239) 772-5862 or respond by email with your resume to moranftmyrs@aol.com.