St. Ann’s Warehouse fills a vital niche on New York City’s cultural landscape as an artistic home for the American avant-garde, international companies of distinction, and highly talented emerging artists ready to work on a grand scale. Over 36 years, St. Ann’s has evolved into a world-class presenter where artists come to make work in an open, flexible space that can be reconfigured to meet their needs. By virtue of the many partnerships and huge talent St. Ann’s has nurtured, outstanding artists and productions have been introduced on American soil, where they have had major impact on the field here and abroad. In October 2015, we opened our permanent home in a former Tobacco Warehouse in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The new St. Ann’s Warehouse is a 25,000 square foot site within an historic brick shell, housing two flexible performance spaces: The 10,000 sq ft Joseph S. and Diane H. Steinberg Theater and a 1,000 sq ft Studio for smaller scale productions, rehearsals and community gatherings. The complex also holds an open-air public garden (The Max Family Garden), administrative offices, and a welcoming lobby.

Lighting Supervisor – Position Available immediately

The Lighting Supervisor is a key member of the production department, responsible for the lighting and electrical needs for all theatrical productions and events at St Ann’s Warehouse. The position reports directly to the Director of Production and Operations.


– Supervise the implementation of all theatrical lighting and electrical elements for all events and productions at St. Ann’s Warehouse including St. Ann’s programming, presentations, and rentals.
– Supervise lighting staff, lighting run crew and overhire lighting technicians in the preparation, load-in, maintenance, and strike of shows and events.
– Work closely with Technical Director and Sound and Video Supervisor to ensure successful preparation, scheduling, coordination and implementation of all technical work and events.
– Coordinate communications with visiting companies, lighting designers and lighting design associates to advance shows; plan and implement lighting designs; and prepare and provide equipment necessary to tech and run shows.
– Evaluate lighting designs to create materials and labor budget estimates.
– Coordinate all lighting equipment rentals and purchases, and maintain professional relationships with vendors.
– Produce and update all light plots, instrument and channel hookups, and other related Vectorworks, and Lightwright documentation as needed.
– Maintain accurate inventories of all lighting equipment and oversee assessment and regular maintenance of lighting and electrical systems and equipment.
– Manage yearly and show specific lighting budgets and keep accurate records of spending for the lighting department.
– Participate in planning and design for capital improvements for theaters, shops, offices, and equipment upgrades.
– Work with Facilities Manager to supervise architectural lighting projects and vendors as required.
– Work as part of the production team to provide and maintain a safe working environment, including managing and providing training, equipment, recordkeeping, and incident reporting.
– Identify and evaluate advancements in performance lighting technology and participate in continuing training and skills development to keep pace with the state of the field.


– At least three years of diverse experience working as a Lighting Supervisor, Master Electrician, or similar, in professional dance, music, and theater.
– Practical knowledge of technical theater production best practices with an emphasis on lighting and rigging practices.
– Strong knowledge of ETC lighting systems and equipment, including a working familiarity with EOS/ION consoles.
– Strong knowledge of intelligent fixtures such as moving lights and scrollers, ETC Unison and Ethernet systems.
– Strong knowledge of all aspects of theatrical lighting technologies and experience with a variety of luminaires, dimming and power distribution systems, control systems, L.E.D. technologies, and related electrical theory and practical skill.
– AutoCAD and/or Vectorworks drafting skills.
– Demonstrated leadership skills, experience working with designers, stage management and other areas of production as well as supervising crews.
– Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
– Proven ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced team environment.
– Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds and stand on feet for long time periods.
– Must be able to negotiate stairs, ladders, lifts, and catwalks up to 30 feet above ground.
– Ability to work a varying schedule, including nights and weekends as needed.
– Familiarity with proper safety procedures and FDNY regulations for Places of Public Assembly as regards lighting.
– Previous experience with touring productions and international artists is a big plus.

Salary commensurate with experience + benefits.

To Apply: Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and 3 references to email hidden; JavaScript is requiredwith “Lighting Supervisor” in the subject line. Please, no phone calls.
St. Ann’s Warehouse is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.


Founded in 1980, St. Ann’s has evolved into a world-class artistic home where artists come to make work in an open, flexible space that can be reconfigured specifically to meet their needs. St Ann’s, having completed a new theater in the heart of Brooklyn Bridge Park, has a spectacular line-up of acclaimed international productions – and is looking for Front-of-House staff!

The Front-of-House staff ensures that all of our guests receive the highest level of customer service at all performances and events at St. Ann’s Warehouse. We are seeking a friendly and outgoing personality to assist St. Ann’s with its day to day operations during performances.


  • Greeting and directing guests, and monitoring lobby traffic.
  • Assisting with taking tickets and seating.
  • Relaying information about St. Ann’s, upcoming shows, and building policies to guests in a clear and friendly way.
  • Set-up and break-down of stanchions, seat labels, programs, etc.
  • Lifting and carrying boxes, tables, chairs as needed per event.
  • Ability to stand for extended periods of time.
  • Using a two-way radio.
  • Working closely with House Manager to troubleshoot all guest issues.
  • Providing support to House Manager with special projects as needed.



  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Proof of eligibility to work in the United States.

This position requires availability on nights and weekends, as well as some holidays as needed.

First-Aid and Fireguard (F-03)certification highly preferred. Knowledge of SquareUp a plus.

To Apply:  Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and 3 references to: email hidden; JavaScript is requiredPlease, no phone calls.

St. Ann’s Warehouse is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

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