Stratford Festival Job Fair

Would you like to play a meaningful role with North America’s leading classical repertory theatre? At the Stratford Festival, we attract the world’s finest talent, offering a unique experience for staff, artists and actors alike. We are currently seeking individuals to work as members in the Front of House as:

Call Centre Representatives

If you:

• are a person that has an enthusiastic, professional attitude
• can work flexible hours, including weekends and evenings
• possess superior telephone communication skills
• have good keyboarding skills
• enjoy working in an exciting team environment
• are a person with a passion for the arts

These seasonal positions will begin immediately and provide employment up to 25 hours per week.


If you:

• love meeting and greeting new people
• are able to climb multiple stairs
• can work flexible hours, including weekdays, evenings and weekends
• have a strong knowledge of our current plays
• able to be trained and act on possible First Aid emergencies
• available to work until October 20th, 2013

These seasonal positions will begin immediately and you must be able to work until October 20th, 2013

Food and Beverage Customer Service

If you:

• possess a pleasant and outgoing personality
• enjoy working with multiple people
• are able to work in a fast paced environment
• have the understanding of kitchen cleanliness and safety procedures
• have kitchen experience that would be considered an asset

These season positions require the candidates to work most evenings and weekends until October 20th, 2013.

Join us to find out more on

Saturday August 17th, 2013
Brunswick Centre
423 Brunswick Street
Stratford, Ontario

Between the hours of 9:00am-1:00pm * Please bring your resume

We recognize that diversity in our workplace, in our audiences and on our stages fosters a rich and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse workforce and encourage all qualified applicants to attend.


Shawn A-in-chut Atleo: First Nations and the Future of Canadian Citizenship

The Stratford Festival and the Institute for Canadian Citizenship (ICC) are delighted to present Shawn A-in-chut Atleo, National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, at the eleventh LaFontaine-Baldwin Symposium. National Chief Atleo will explore Canadian citizenship, responsibility and belonging as they relate to Canadian identity and our continued efforts at nation building. Moderated by author and ICC co-founder John Ralston Saul, the lecture will also feature an audience question period.

National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations Shawn A-in-chut Atleo

National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations Shawn A-in-chut Atleo

The ICC’s LaFontaine-Baldwin Symposium is a signature event showcasing leading Canadian and international thinkers on the issues of citizenship, democracy, civic engagement and pluralism – the public good.

“This is a historic moment in the relationship between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Canadians –  as important as the rethinking of the Francophone-Anglophone relationship that began in the 1960’s. Success or failure on Aboriginal questions will determine the direction of Canada. We are all Treaty people. Canadians need to hear what the National Chief, Shawn A-in-chut Atleo, has to say about the future of citizenship in this country.” – John Ralston Saul

Book your tickets here before they are all gone. Admission is $20.

Check out the other events the August Forum Foray has to offer:

Barbara Budd with Stories of Significant Strangers . . . and Others
Festival Theatre Lobby, Wednesday, August 14, at 5:15 p.m.
Award-winning actor/broadcaster Barbara Budd spent two decades as co-host of As It Happens sharing stories with a worldwide audience on CBC radio and American public radio. Presenting two Canadian short stories that wittily capture this year’s theme of the Outsider and Community, she is joined by our fiddler, Anna Atkinson. $10.

How to Disappear Completely
Studio Theatre, Sunday, August 11, Thursday, August 15, and Saturday, August 17, at 2 p.m.
Itai Erdal’s award-winning solo work demonstrates his approach to theatrical lighting while also reflecting on the events that followed his mother asking him to take her life. Surprisingly funny, incredibly personal, this unique show continues to tour internationally. Produced by The Chop Theatre. Admission: $25.

The Foreign Exchange, with Donna-Michelle St. Bernard
University of Waterloo, Stratford Campus
125 St. Patrick Street
Sunday, August 11, at 5:30 p.m.
Honorary “Foreign Ministers” are invited to illuminate and ignite candid conversations about race and culture. Admission: $10.

Follow us on Twitter at @stratfest and @ICCICC and join the conversation on August 10 using the hashtags #sfForum and #ICCAtleo.