Design Tech Careers

  • Potential Employers

    Touring companies, Industrial shows, Performing arts centers, Community theaters, Regional theaters, Commercial theaters, Summer stock theaters, Dinner theaters, Children's theaters, University theater groups, Show groups, Amusement and theme parks, Television/film studios, Radio stations, Public and private schools, Colleges and universities.

    Learn to work well in a team. Develop a sense of artistry and creativity. Become involved in the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE). This organization can give you information about becoming an apprentice as well as help you make valuable contacts. Get experience. Offer your services to school and local theaters. Read industry magazines and books to learn about your area. For sound design: Become familiar with computer technology as digital sound effects and electronic music replace traditional means of sound design. For costume design: Supplement your program with courses in art history and fashion design. Learn about different eras in history in order to recreate on stage. A basic knowledge of history and architecture is helpful.
    • Art Director
    • Buyer
    • Business Manager
    • Costume Designer
    • Costumer
    • Dresser
    • Draftsman
    • Electrician
    • Exhibit Designer
    • Faux Painter
    • Display Designer
    • Hair/Make-up
    • Facilities Manager
    • Theater Arts
    • Lighting Designer
    • Lighting Operator
    • Make-up Artist
    • Media Planner
    • Public Relations Specialist
    • Prop Manager
    • Puppeteer
    • Rigger
    • Scene Painter
    • Technical Director
    • Teacher
    • Sound Designer
    • Set Designer
    • Special Events Coordinator
    • Stunt Coordinator
    • Stage Manager
    • Theater Manager
    • Ticket Sales Coordinator