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Theater Arts: Sample of Possible Occupations


Acting Coach
Costumer
Media Planner
Actor
Critic
Media Salesperson
Actress
Customer Service Manager
Mediator
Admissions Director
Development/Fund Raiser
Advertising/Marketing
Director
Model
Agent
Drama Coach
Movie Theater Manager
Amusement Park Entertainer
Narrator
Animal-Talent Coordinator
Facilities Manager
Negotiator/Mediator
Announcer
Foreign Correspondent
Paralegal
Art Director
Health Educator
Playwright
Booking Manager
Human Resource Specialist
Producer
Broadcast Journalist
Impersonator
Program Assistant
Business Manager
Instructor, Theater Arts
Prop Manager
Buyer
Labor Relations Specialist
Public Affairs Officer
Casting Director
Lighting Designer
Public Relations Specialist
Communication Technology
Lighting Operator
Puppeteer
Community Affairs Officer
Lobbyist
Radio/TV Announcer
Copy Writer
Magician
Recruiter
Costume Designer
Make-up Artist
Sales Representative
Exhibit/Display Designer
Painter
Equipment Operator
Sound Designer
Rigger
Teacher
Script Coach
Student Affairs Specialist
Theater Manager
Script Manager
Stunt Coordinator
Ticket Sales Coordinator
Special Events Coordinator
Stunt-person
Tour Guide
Stage Manager
Talent Manager
Tourism Director
Stand-In
Talent Scout
Training & Development Dir.
Video Store Manager
Draftsman
Set Designer
Writer/Editor


1 Excerpted from O*Net OnLine, US Department of Labor by the National Center for O*Net Development

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