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As NEYT enters its 20th year of operation, there are many new ways to join our vibrant team. We are excited to welcome new contributors. 

Here at NEYT, we partner with students in all aspects of creating dramatic works. Mentorship, collaboration, and community building are at the heart of everything we do. We are the proud owner of a 12,000 sq. ft. building on Flat Street in downtown Brattleboro equipped with a 140-seat theater, lighting booth, four classrooms, green room, costume and set shops, lobby, and box office. We offer theater training for students ages 6-19 through productions, classes and apprenticeships – in an atmosphere of collaboration and support.

Interested in future employment opportunities? You are welcome to send your resume and a letter of interest to Hallie Flower, Executive Director This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Looking to volunteer or learn more about future teaching opportunities?
Contact Sandy Klein, Creative Director This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Presently, we are looking to fill the following positions for 2018-2019:

At NEYT, the Technical Director is responsible for both the production management and the scenic shop activity in support of productions and classes throughout the year.  This person executes the design & build of scenic elements within constraints of technical and budget possibilities – often with a student team of apprentices and always in collaboration with the creative teams on each project. 

This position coordinates the mentoring program in Technical Theatre & Scenic Design and promotes student apprenticeship. They manage visiting artist mentors and facilitate the growth of students interested in the technical arts. They also collaborate with the Associate Technical Director to schedule and meet the needs of renters.

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The Program Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and facilitating the educational programming and outreach initiatives of NEYT. They will carry out tasks necessary to develop, implement, administer, track, report, document, monitor and promote these activities.

This position serves as Mentor Advisor to NEYT’s student leadership group and facilitates the growth of all students in our programs.

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This individual is responsible for maintaining the buildings and grounds of NEYT and overseeing the upkeep of equipment and supplies. This includes janitorial and general maintenance tasks for this year round producing theater.

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NEYT fosters the growth of young people through the practice of theatre arts in a welcoming, youth-centered community. 


We believe in the creative force of youth as artists, learners, and community members. At NEYT, we help young people thrive in a community where they are trusted collaborators. Experienced mentors empower young people to meet the challenges theatre work puts before us. We believe the difficulties and joys that emerge from this complex collaboration facilitate resilience and independence. NEYT is for youth and by youth.


At NEYT, everyone is welcome. We work to foster a culture of belonging and mutual respect through the practice of honesty, patience, and empathy. We welcome people of diverse backgrounds and abilities  - and value the perspectives of all our partners. We are dedicated to having a physical space that is accessible to all and strive to offer programs that meet a wide variety of interest and need. 


NEYT offers young people the opportunity to engage in an environment where we strive for artistic excellence. We balance the demands of both process and product. Our young people acquire tangible skills in the broad range of theatre arts. We recruit and retain practicing artists, educators, and staff to support students in creating brave, exemplary theatre experiences.


NEYT is a place where youth experience and express the joy of creativity with others. We intentionally use play as a creative catalyst. It is an integral part of making art and growing community.
Playfulness allows us to explore, discover, respond… and opens the door to creative force. 


 Contact Sandy Klein for information about directing or teaching classes: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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