Teatro Audaz  - Teaching Artist Job Opportunity

Teatro Audaz is currently hiring Part-Time Teaching Artists for the following subjects:

For job summary and qualifications please click on each subject for more information.

As a part-time position, the Teaching Artist serves as the campus based Theatre Arts Instructor all school days for San Antonio Independent School District academy campuses. The TA plays a critical role in the success of the program and takes on a variety of roles within the program including, teacher, facilitator, mentor, coach and director. 

Teaching Artists should have demonstrated experience in theatre arts or artistic and educational disciplines and be passionate about teaching school-aged children in public school settings.


Our team of Teaching Artists are experienced in creating safe learning environments to foster prosocial development, modeling positive behavior, and supporting participant accomplishments, no matter how large or small.


The Teaching Artists interact with school administrators and teachers and are responsible for all daily program goals. Candidates must be committed to on-going professional development as an arts practitioner and educator and are encouraged to participate in Teatro Audaz community events. 


Experience or interest in theatre and youth arts education is a plus. 

This position works primarily at program sites. Must be willing to use personal equipment such as cell phone and laptop/tablet when working remotely. 

Must be willing to undergo clearances/ background checks for district compliance.

All Teaching Artists report to the Managing Director


To Apply: send resume and cover letter to jjmoreno@teatroaudaz.com

Organization Summary: Teatro Audaz is dedicated to exploring the varied experiences and cultures of Latinx people through producing and showcasing the creative talents of Latinx artists with the representation of people of color, LGBTQ and women artists. Teatro Audaz will be known for artistic excellence in presenting diverse monolingual and bilingual theater to San Antonio.