About the Grand Theatre
The Grand Theatre is World Curious and London Proud. We bring the world to London with diverse, relevant, and original stories from London, and around the globe. The company has a commitment to developing, producing, and premiering new works through COMPASS, our new play development program.
As a non-profit, charitable, regional theatre, the Grand is a leading cultural hub, proudly located in the heart of downtown London, Ontario producing and presenting professional theatre on two stages: the Spriet Stage (839 seats) and the Auburn Stage (150 seats). We are a place for all to gather, discuss, challenge, debate, celebrate, and be inspired and entertained by exceptional theatre experiences.
A typical season at the Grand runs from September to May with a subscription series on both stages including an annual fall High School Project musical and five Jeans ‘n Classics concerts. In additional to its own produced season, the Grand rents our theatre spaces to community groups, local arts organizations, and members of the general public for performances, special events and gatherings.
Our staff teams embrace and participate in an environment that encourages respect, inclusion, open communication, a proactive approach to problem solving and reflects organizational values.
Our Commitment to Anti-Oppression
The theatre sector is in a period of much-needed change and tremendous opportunity. At the Grand, we are committed to creating and practicing a company culture that ensures an accessible, equitable, inclusive, and welcoming space for artists, audiences, donors, boards, and staff.
We encourage all applicants to review the Grand’s Anti-Oppression Mission Statement on our website to confirm that your personal and professional values are aligned with this vision, and to address this commitment in your submission. (https://www.grandtheatre.com/anti-oppression)
We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace as such we encourage candidates to self-identify as members of equity deserving groups such as members of the BIPOC community, and/or 2SLGBTQ+ community.