Denver Center for the Performing Arts
Company Manager


A word from Ann Marshall,
General Manager

Company Manager

DEPARTMENT: Theatre Company Administration

POSITION: Company Manager

REPORTS TO: General Manager

JOB TYPE: Full Time, Exempt

START DATE: As Soon As Possible

SALARY RANGE: $50,000 - $56,000 


  • Medical, dental, vision, disability, flexible spending accounts, life insurance and pet insurance

  • 401k Plan with employer contributions

  • Time off benefits including personal days, sick days, vacation days and 10 paid holidays

  • Work from home options are available

  • Ample comp ticket opportunities and access to tickets for all Theatre Company shows

Job Description
The Company Manager serves as the first point of contact for all visiting artists and is responsible for all DCPA resources they may need during their stay.  The Company Manager job exists to make sure the artists experience is excellent and that the artist is able to do their job to their fullest ability and be excited about coming back to work here at the DCPA.


Duties and Responsibilities

The Company Manager serves as the first point of contact for all visiting artists and, in conjunction with Stage Management, provides assistance and knowledge of DCPA resources throughout their stay. Additionally, the Company Manager is responsible for maintaining housing and providing travel accommodations that are consistent with DCPA and Actors’ Equity Association standards for company members, visiting artists and outside guests or rentals. Under general supervision and guidance the Company Manager provides essential business and accounting services in accordance with standard accounting procedures.

  • Book all flights and ground transportation for all guest artists.

  • Arrange all housing for guest artists and others as required.

  • Arrange cleaning, maintenance and stocking of all Brooks Tower apartments, including oversight of riser project.

  • Market and manage rental of apartment via Airbnb

  • Collect necessary paperwork from guest artists necessary for payroll, company vehicle use and reimbursements.

  • Maintain two company vehicles for artist use.

  • Process reimbursements, travel and housing expenses in accordance with accounting policies.

  • Resolve all concerns of guest artists as they relate to department activities.

  • Manage Theatre Company Invoice Needs within Concur Expense Management..

  • Reconcile and prepare deposit any miscellaneous income (i.e. rentals, sales, royalties) generated by TC departments.

  • Prepare any necessary journal entries and submit to Accounting.

  • Assist TC staff with timely Concur expense reporting, processing, and troubleshooting. 

  • Review box office royalty reports and process royalty payments.

  • Run expense reports out of SRS / Great Plains for Production and Administrative personnel.

  • Draft and prepare union and non-union agreements for production season. 


  • Two years of customer service environment

  • Must have valid driver’s license and ability to drive company cars.

  • Basic Excel, Word, and Outlook required

  • Property Management experience a plus but not required

  • Experience in working in the theatrical industry preferred

Supervisor Responsibilities

Supervises one seasonal direct report. Assigns and schedules work, provides training, appraises performance, interviews, hires, and initiates disciplinary discussions. 


Working Conditions

Standard office hours Monday through Friday with some on-call support for emergencies on evenings and weekends.


Physical Requirements

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand; walk; use hands to handle or feel; and reach with hands and arms. Some lifting up to 30lbs occasionally required when Actors arrive and leave Denver.

About Denver Center for the Performing Arts

The DCPA Theatre Company champions the most exciting new voices in our field, while reaching to great stories of the past to illuminate the present. In crafting a season, we look for opportunities to celebrate together, as well as inflection points in the conversation about who Denver and the country are becoming.  The company produces eight to ten productions in three venues annually, as well as large-scale, immersive events off campus.  The Denver Center has a history of going big: seeking out large canvases that fully exploit the theatrical possibilities of the artform. Supported by one of the most skilled group of artisans in the country, that ambition is often delivered with superb craftsmanship. Increasingly, the work onstage represents the diversity of Denver and the Theatre Company consciously weaves conversation with the community into and around productions onstage.

Together, the DCPA Theatre Company, Broadway, Event Services, and Education & Community Engagement programs create a deep cultural impact on the region, realizing our mission to engage and inspire through the transformative power of live theatre.

Culture Statement

For more than 40 years, creativity and community have been the foundation of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ success. As a leading cultural organization in the Rocky Mountain West, we are actively participating in a cultural evolution of belonging and anti-racism. Our commitment to reflect the diversity and priorities of our community — in our workplace, audience and programming — has never been more present. 

We believe that the theater can transform us — and be transformed by us. We invite you to be part of our Team. 


In order to provide high quality, culturally competent care to our patrons, students, guests and team members, it is of highest importance that our hiring practices reflect our values by offering an environment that celebrates diversity and embraces inclusion. All of our team members – regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, language, abilities/disabilities, socioeconomic status, geographic region, or other defining characteristics – should feel welcome and valued.

Company Manager