Steppenwolf named as one of country’s top places to work.


Good news for our community – the Wall Street Journal has named Steppenwolf Theatre as one of the top 15 places to work by the WSJ’s Top Small Workplaces 2009.  To compile the list, WSJ partnered with Evanston-based Winning Workplaces for the third year.


indoorsteppenwolfBesides employing more than 400 people, both full-time and part-time, Steppenwolf also has a 42-member artistic ensemble. Unlike many theaters, the theater provides all employees 401k matching plans, and helps cover healthcare premiums. Steppenwolf also focuses on artistic apprentices and interns, who are given great responsibility and really incorporated into the theater’s team.

Congratulations Steppenwolf!!!


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  1. […] Yale School of Drama  instructor Rebecca Rugg will join the Steppenwolf  Theatre  Company  in the newly-created position of Associate Producer. The post involves  “work(ing)” […]

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