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The Sound Supervisor will be in charge of the Sound department and oversee all audio needs including speaker placement hang, in-performance mixing, maintenance and cabling of all sound equipment, and other in-production duties and crew track for the productions. A sound apprentice will be a direct report to this position for the duration of the summer season.


Oversee implementation, operation, and maintenance of all audio needs for the summer season in a number of venues. Ensure sound designs/plots are executed as required per discussions with the artistic director, director, and designers. Each design is to be ready and loaded in before Sunday of each tech week and should reflect high artistic quality and professional attention to detail. All sound designs must be maintained throughout the production run. Any sound notes needed during the course of the production are to be administered before the next scheduled performance. In-performance operation of sound board and proper execution of sound cues or other crew duties as required by the Production Stage Manager.


The sound supervisor will also serve as Sound Designer for the LAB SOLO SERIES studio shows outlined below. Qualified candidates will also be considered for sound design of GHOST. Provide any design materials, information, and otherwise communicate design to the artistic director and director prior to the first rehearsal. Supervision/operation of special events and sound needs for such events required (cabarets, talkbacks, special events and receptions, etc.)


The Sound Supervisor will report to the Production Manager, Technical Director, and Sound Designer. The Sound Supervisor will supervise the Sound Apprentice during the contract dates and any job responsibilities or design work on special events as assigned to the apprentice. Working with the rest of the production staff, Sound Supervisor will ensure all sound requirements for each production/event meets all technical specifications per discussions with the artistic director, director, and artistic team, as well as overseeing sound maintenance throughout the course of the run.


Sound Supervisor must be present and perform required duties at rehearsals and performances to the satisfaction of artistic director, director, and production stage manager. During tech week and through the run of the productions, Sound Supervisor will operate the sound board and otherwise execute necessary duties on the crew as assigned by the Production Stage Manager.


Supervise maintenance of all sound equipment, including speakers, consoles, microphones, body pack mics/receivers, and any other show-related equipment. Coordinate repairs or replacement as needed.


Plan and oversee all sound strikes and changeovers of productions and special events.


The LDTC also hosts a series of one-man shows in its smaller ‘lab’ venue. Sound Supervisor will be responsible for the design, and implementation of these three designs on the 10x10 stage in this studio-style venue. (Buyer & Cellar: June 30 – July 09) (Pretty Fire: August 11 – August 20) (Grounded: September 22 – October 1)


The LDTC also produces theatre for young actors in a workshop environment throughout the summer, culminating in each session’s fully realized production. The Sound Supervisor would be responsible for the design, implementation, and supervision of lighting for these productions using existing plots and equipment to effectively program these shows. (ALADDIN JR (July 15, 22) ALICE IN WONDERLAND (August 5), ADDAMS FAMILY JR (August 12).


BA or BFA (required) in technical theatre, sound design, or equivalent work experience. Degree can be in progress for consideration. Working knowledge of theatrical sound systems required. Experience with Behringer X-32 digital consoles, console programming experience, live mixing experience preferred. Some design experience preferred. Must display a positive attitude with a focus on people and our community. Demonstrate professional conduct at all times. Strong leadership skills. Comfortable working with both hired crew and volunteers of varying experience and abilities. Proficient oral and written communication skills. Ability to decipher sound plots, elevations, ground plans, and other design elements whether hand written or via technology like VectorWorks, etc.


This job requires climbing stairs, using ladders, scissor lifts, and power tools. There is also a certain amount of lifting and carrying of weights of up to approximately 50 lbs.


  • Contract Start Date: June 5
  • Contract End Date: Sept. 30
  • $350-$400/week, DOE

Housing provided

Travel Stipend available

Ability to bring vehicle a plus


Letter of interest, resume, website/portfolio links

Please send all application materials to: Benjamin Whitmore, Production Manager, (Please include SOUND SUPERVISOR in the subject line)