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Imagine a stage with the same actor playing every role – all season – every season…you wouldn’t want that, and neither do we.  Theatre Three is committed to developing, supporting, and presenting diverse work from diverse sources with diverse casts and crews to a diverse audience.  Having a long history of doing just that, Theatre Three commits to continuing to promote these tenets in everything that we do.  It makes for better theatre, and it makes a better world.


Available Opportunites:

Part-time Box Office Agent

Theatre Three is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status. If you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process because of a disability, it is available upon request. The company is pleased to provide such assistance, and no applicant will be penalized as a result of such a request.


Our 2020-2021 Season General Auditions are all ONLINE!

We will be accepting video submissions! Please follow the video submission guidelines. Our deadline is July 14, 2020!!!!

Please submit your video audition, headshot (JPEG), resume (PDF), and digital audition form to Please include your name in all file names.

Theatre Three operates under an SPT agreement with Actor’s Equity Association. Theatre Three participates in the Equity Membership Candidacy program.

There is no reimbursement for travel or lodging expenses for actors and/or musicians.

Theatre Three expects actors to be at all required rehearsals. We expect actors to be prompt and courteous. Theatre Three will not tolerate conduct by any employee that:  improperly or illegally harasses, disrupts, or interferes with work performance or our operations; creates or contributes to an intimidating, offensive, unlawful or hostile environment or is offensive to customers or co-workers; or discredits or adversely affects Theatre Three’s legitimate interests. Theatre Three is participating and supports discussions with DFW Not In Our House.

As more information becomes available about any standards Theatre Three may be adopting in relation to this project, it will be shared immediately.

Performance dates:

The Rocky Horror Show: 10/1/20-11/1/20

Murder on the Orient Express: 11/27/20-12/19/20

OO-BLA-DEE: 2/11/21-3/14/20

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? :4/8/21-5/1/21

Meredith Wilson’s The Music Man: 6/3/21-7/11/21

Please note that Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is a Co-Production with Circle Theatre It will rehearse in Fort Worth beginning January 4, 2021 and perform at Circle Theatre February 4- March 6, 2021.




Theatre Three is always looking for volunteers to usher! Just sign up for whatever night works for you and come join us for a fun night of theatre! If you have any questions, send our house manager, Angelica Rollins, an email!

Apprentice Program


Applications for the 2020-2021 season are closed.

Theatre Three is proud to offer this unique apprenticeship opportunity to people who have just graduated from college and are interested in a career in a professional theatre! Apprentices serve as part of the production team of Theatre Three for one full season and receive a weekly stipend of $300.

We are looking for two apprentices to serve as either a season production assistant OR as an assistant to the technical director. This program also serves to develop new skills in areas that apprentices might not be familiar with so both apprentices should be willing and prepared to work outside of their specialty.

As a Production Assistant, you can expect:

  • to work side-by-side with an Equity Stage Managers during all rehearsals
  • to be an active participant in all production meetings with some of DFW’s best directors and designers
  • to either run lights and sound or manage backstage during performances
  • to serve as properties master on productions you are working on As an Assistant to the Technical Director, you can expect:
  • to assist the Technical Director with the build, installation, and strike of a
  • to assist the Master Electrician with hang and focus
  • to assist the Scenic Painter
  • to assist with general building maintenance

Both apprentices can expect to gain the experience they want and develop the connections they need as they make the transition from student to working professional.

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