Work With Us!

Do you want to work in an environment where adventure is literally in the name? Where music is a way of life? Where children are laughing and active around every corner? Where you can make a difference? We want you.

Adventure Theatre MTC (ATMTC) celebrates the glorious richness of our world by cultivating Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity as they inspire the creativity that nurtures great art, artists, and audiences. ATMTC is committed to dismantling structures that may prevent ALL people from applying for employment with us.

Please submit by any means that you would like (letter, video, video letter, resume, portfolio, etc.) that best represents you and your work. Include and highlight any skills or experiences you think would be most crucial to this position. Feel free to mail, email or drop off your submission.


Adventure Theatre MTC seeks motivated Teaching Artists and Master Instructors who are passionate about musical theatre and working with young people.

Candidates should possess:

  • Ability in theatre, dance, and/or vocal music.
  • Ability to plan a class and make it happen
  • Ability to engage a group of students for the entire class
  • Passion for working with young people

How to Submit

Email: Margo Brenner Collins, Education Director

Mail or Drop Off: 837-D Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD 20852

*Please note: We are always seeking resumes of qualified and passionate theatre educators for new programming that may come up throughout the year, but may not currently have immediate openings for teaching positions at the time you submit.


ATMTC is looking for an out-going, energetic, self-starter who has the ability and interest to fulfill the role of our Part-Time Major Gifts Officer. The majority of the work will be in initiating, building, and deepening relationships with current and prospective donors to Adventure Theatre to build overall individual giving through major gifts ($1,000 and above). Candidates should have a strong ability to connect with people, committed to ensuring every child has access to theatrical experiences, and can communicate the value in supporting all children.

General work hours are flexible and include evening and weekend work with donors and supporters, with an expectation of no more than 20 hours per week. Participation in 2-3 weekly meetings (about an hour each) is a core part of the job.


  • Grow overall individual giving
  • Assist in identifying major gift prospects
  • Connect with the prospects and create a relationship between them and the organization
  • Identify the prospects’ key values and work with development team to match them with funding opportunities that meet their interests
  • Grow relationships with major gift donors and prospects
  • Track and assess major gift fundraising metrics
  • When appropriate, setup meetings with major donors for key leadership
  • As needed, solicit donations from major gift donors
  • As needed, Research major gift donor prospects

Candidates should possess:

  • Demonstrated ability to connect with individuals and identify their core values and interests
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Self-directed with a strong work ethic
  • Demonstrated positive attitude
  • Demonstrated attention to detail
  • Persistence and ability to power through challenges
  • Collaborative work style
  • Previous experience with Tessitura and fundraising is a plus

This is a part-time contract position with the opportunity for bonuses, no benefits

  • Stipend: $2,000/month
  • The successful candidate will be eligible for bonuses for achieving certain goals:
    • For each increase of $10K in Individual annual giving
    • For $25K in new gifts

How to Submit

Email: Craig Stapert, Communications Director