Commonwealth Shakespeare Company

Babson College, Sorenson Center, 231 Forest Street
Babson Park, MA 02457

Date Posted:
March 27, 2019

Eastern Massachusetts



Apprentice Showcase Sound Designer: Summer 2019


Dates: July 12 – July 28, 2019

CSC is seeking a sound technician for its Apprentice Showcase productions of All’s Well That Ends Welldirected by Adam Sanders and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, directed by Bryn Boice, with tech July 22-24 and performances between July 24 and 28.

The Sound technician will:

  • Attend advanced scheduled meetings with directors and production team
  • Design, small scale playback sound for two productions
  • Attend technical rehearsals as agreed upon with the production manager
  • Assist in Load-in and Load-out at each venue.
  • Format sound and music cues to Q-Lab format
See above
How To Apply:
Email a short cover letter and resume with “Apprentice Sound Designer” in the subject lineby April 19, 2019; however, hire will be made as soon as suitable candidate is found. Please apply ASAP for priority consideration. No phone calls, please.
Apply by:
April 19, 2019
There is a stipend available for this position.
About this Organization:

Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (CSC), best known for its annual free performances on the Boston Common, is a non-profit organization founded in 1996, dedicated to the core values of artistic excellence, accessibility, and education. CSC’s Free Shakespeare on the Common has served over one million audience members over its 23-year history, and has become a beloved summer tradition enjoyed by nearly 75,000 people annually.

In 2013, CSC became the Theatre-in-Residence at Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts. In addition to the annual Boston Common production, CSC presents several plays and staged readings at both the Sorenson Center for the Arts at Babson and at various venues throughout Boston, including Theatre in the Rough, Shakespeare & the Law, and Shakespeare & Leadership. CSC fulfills its educational mission with actor-training programs for pre-professional and professional actors through the summer Apprentice program and CSC2. To learn more about these programs, visit