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About Roseneath Theatre:

Established in 1983, Roseneath Theatre is among Canada’s leading producers of award- winning theatre for young audiences. Our thought-provoking plays investigate themes of mental health, social justice and equity through the power of live performance.

Roseneath gives up to 300 performances per year to approximately 100,000 young people, making it the largest professional touring theatre company for young audiences in Ontario. We are equally committed to the quality and accessibility of our work, and are the only company to have visited every school district in Ontario.


Roseneath’s commitment to excellence has earned the company 54 Dora Mavor Moore nominations and 14 awards. Always entertaining and imaginative, our productions support cultural literacy, character education and specific curriculum expectations. For any child who has experienced being different and for everyone looking to support a friend, Roseneath’s plays open a door to meaningful dialogue that has the power to reshape communities.

Roseneath Theatre is committed to ensuring that members of equity seeking communities have equitable access to employment. We are dedicated to maintaining an environment where all individuals are treated with dignity and respect, and are free from all forms of discriminatory treatment, behaviour or practice.

It is important to note that our workspace at 651 Dufferin is only accessible by stairs.

CAEA Stage Manager

Production: No Big Deal by Michael Kras

Prep begins: 09/19/2022

Rehearsals begin: 09/26/2022

Submission deadline: 08/03/2022

Roseneath Theatre operates under the CTA, Theatre for Young Audiences.

No Big Deal Synopsis:
To save up for college, long-time friends Ariel and Grayson are working at a horrible theme park for the summer following their high school graduation. Their plan is to be roommates and take their first steps into adulthood together. But tensions created by their increasingly different ideas of manhood — and a complicated incident involving fellow employee Lucy — might be enough to threaten the stability of their friendship. A play for high school audiences about contemporary masculinity, bro culture, and consent.

Schedule Details:
Rehearsals will run from September 26th to October 13th, 2022 in Toronto, with performances at McMaster University October 14th-16th and 21st-23rd. Performances may also include an Ontario school tour the week of October 17th (with the possibility of extension).

Additional duties may include laundry and sound operation.

Stage Manager Requirements:
- Valid G-class driver's license
- Experience in TYA touring an asset

Please submit your resume and cover letter, noting driver's license status, to Cassidy Sadler at by 5pm on Wednesday, August 3rd.

Roseneath Theatre thanks all applicants for their submissions, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

COVID-19: Proof of vaccination (3 doses) is required for all Roseneath staff and collaborating artists.


Roseneath Theatre is committed to diverse, inclusive hiring and strongly encourages submissions from artists who identify as members of equity-seeking groups or underrepresented communities.


We look forward to hearing from you!


Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to

Annemieke Wade, Managing Director at

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