LINES Ballet

Creativity. Passion. Community.

Join Our Team

Here at LINES Ballet we thrive on creativity and collaboration. Our organization is upheld by the passion and dedication of our outstanding diverse team, under the guidance of Co-Founder and Artistic Director Alonzo King. Our artists, employees, and volunteers share a global vision and deep commitment to the transformative experience of artistry and movement.

Ready to join the LINES Ballet Family? Be sure to check back here for updates!

Work Exchange Program

The Alonzo King LINES Ballet | Dance Center is committed to providing affordable, accessible dance classes and workshops to our community. We understand that dance training is a financial commitment. Our Work Exchange (WEX) Program enables volunteers to earn credits toward free dance classes with every shift.

We seek friendly, approachable and professional volunteers year-round to help support our front desk, events and performances. We require commitment regularly to one shift per week, or alternating weeks.

Volunteer duties include: answering phone calls, signing in dancers for classes, administrative assistance and maintenance upkeep.

The incentives of volunteering in the Work Exchange program are currently:

• Free Dance Classes
• Access to free studio space
• Discounts on apparel & merchandise
• Opportunity to take Workshops & Master Classes
• Opportunity to see company performances

Incentives are subject to change. Master Classes and Workshops limited based on space & availability.


Employment Opportunities

We seek out talented and energetic people to join our company, engage our audiences and serve our artistic mission. LINES Ballet offers an excellent benefits package for our regular full-time employees, including a 100% Employer paid health plan, voluntary dental and 403(b), commuter benefits, paid time off, and dance classes. Alonzo King LINES Ballet is an equal opportunity employer.

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Lighting Supervisor
Under minimal supervision, the Lighting Supervisor must have proficiency as both a Lighting Designer and Master Electrician. The Lighting Supervisor’s responsibilities will span 15-20 weeks of touring annually, 2 San Francisco seasons (2 weeks each), 6-10 weeks of tour and production preparation, in additional to other Company related events in San Francisco. Minimum 2-3 years professional experience in contemporary dance or theater.


Community Programs Teaching Artist
LINES is seeking dynamic and experienced individuals to join our team as teaching artists and assistant
teaching artists (part-time) in Community Programs for our in-school residency program, HeART with
LINES. Teaching artists are an integral part of all residencies’ curriculum planning, documentation and meet with classroom teachers throughout each residency. Community Programs Teaching Artists report to the Associate Director, Community Programs and the Community Education Director.