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The Development Associate will supervise the overall fundraising program to meet annual targets for individual donors, corporate support, and institutional gifts. Fundraising activities will be conducted in cooperation with Executive Director, Artistic Director and Board of Trustees with the Development Associate spearheading direct response campaigns, major prospect identification and prioritization, sponsorship program, stewardship and events, and a robust grants program. This position will report to the Executive Director regularly, inform the Board of Trustees on fundraising progress, maintain a portfolio of major donor prospects, and serve as the lead liaison to the Development Task Force of volunteer solicitors.

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Bartenders will be responsible for welcoming customers, planning drink menus and informing customers of specialty cocktails along with other bar offerings. ServSafe Alcohol Training will be provided to ensure safe & legal alcohol service.  Taking inventory, adhering to all food safety and quality regulations, handling cash, credit, and debit card transactions, maintaining a clean work area by removing trash, cleaning the bar and behind the bar, and developing new cocktail recipes are all responsibilities of a Bartender.  Bartenders have the ability to converse about Triad Stage MainStage productions, events, and initiatives to enhance sales and community relations. This position requires the individual to be at least 21 years of age and to work in a fast-paced sales environment standing for extended periods.

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We are always looking to expand our roster of over-hire technicians, stage hands, operators, stitchers, charges, stage managers, and the many other roles required to make great theatre.  To be added to our call list, please Click Here.


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Interested in volunteering with Triad Stage? We have a variety of volunteer opportunities. At the heart of our volunteer program are our volunteer ushers, who hand out programs, tear tickets and direct guests during all of our performances at The Pyrle Theater in downtown Greensboro. Volunteer ushers work closely with our Front of House staff to ensure that our patrons have the best experience possible at the theater. We also have opportunities throughout the year in our administrative office and at community events.

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Play Submissions

Thank you for your interest in Triad Stage. Due to the volume of material we consider each year, we are unable to accept unsolicited scripts.

Please note that Triad Stage does not provide any comments or suggestions about work that we do not intend to develop or produce. If you have any questions or need additional information, please email Sarah Hankins, Interim Artistic and Learning Director.


THE CAKE - Greensboro, NC EPA
Triad Stage | Greensboro, NC

Notice: Audition    Call Type: EPA

Sunday, February 19, 2023
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (EST)

Break: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Triad Stage
232 S Elm St
Greensboro, NC 27401

Sloan Rehearsal Hall, 3rd Floor.

Please email for an audition appointment.

SPT $690 weekly minimum (SPT 8)

Equity actors for roles in THE CAKE (see breakdown).
Non Equity actors are welcome to attend auditions and will be seen on a first-come basis.

Please prepare a 1-2 minute contemporary monologue.


DELLA, (40s - 60s) White female. A baker in Winston-Salem, faced with a difficult choice that shakes her world. She’s optimistic, generous, naïve, and a rule-follower. Della was best friends with Jen’s mother before her death. She deeply loves Jen, her bakery, and buttercream. Scenes involving physical intimacy and partial nudity.

TIM, (40s - 60s) White male. Della’s husband. A good ol’ boy who is struggling to understand the changes that Della is going through. He is easily embarrassed by conversations about sex and aging, but deeply loves his wife. Scenes involving physical intimacy and partial nudity.

JEN, (mid-20s - early-30s) White female. Jen has dreamt of her wedding day her whole life and has always wanted Della to bake the cake. Jen is feeling the tension between the two worlds of her conservative Southern upbringing and her progressive Brooklyn life. She doesn't fully accepted in either place. A people-pleaser, Jen is learning to ask for what she needs. Some physical intimacy.

MACY, (mid-20s - early-30s) African American female. Jen’s fiancée. Macy does not believe in the institution of marriage and feels very out of place in North Carolina. Macy passionately argues for her political views, sometimes putting being right ahead of others’ feelings. She is unafraid of conflict and can be brusque. Macy loves Jen and is coming to terms with their different upbringings. Some physical intimacy.

There will be an intimacy choreographer hired for this production.