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The Performing Arts Connection is a dynamic and thriving dance and performing arts studio that is proudly in its 17th season.  At TPAC, our team is made up of vibrant, positive and engaged staff members.  We work in a collaborative, supportive and encouraging environment where we embrace a team mentality. Team members draw upon their natural friendliness and authentic warm selves to contribute to TPAC’s supportive culture and the result is that our studio families have an incredible experience every step of the way.  If you want to be a part of an arts organization that makes an impact in the lives of students of all ages, then we want to hear from you.

We are always looking for experienced teachers.  Enjoyment in teaching a variety of styles, levels, and ages, ability to communicate effectively, and flexibility in meeting individual student needs and goals is a must.  We are seeking to hire career-minded, long-term employees who have a stand-out work ethic and desire to grow.

Staff Testimonial

“I love the community aspect of this job and that the culture at TPAC is unbeatable. Everybody is extremely kind, empathetic, and friendly…Our team is really great at working together and communicating with each other, and we have great systems in place for making this program a success.”

Parent Testimonial

"My priority as a mom is to find and create opportunities to build the self-esteem of my kids, while also helping them learn and understand humility and gratitude.  One of the reasons I was so drawn to TPAC from the very first phone call was because it felt like your core values in your business were very similar to what I prioritize as a parent.  So I thank you again for doing what you do and doing it so well.”


  • Previous teaching experience in the ages/levels/styles desired

  • Candidates must demonstrate skill, confidence, energy, vitality, commitment, and expertise in working with students of all levels and abilities

  • Degree in Dance, Theater and/or Education is preferred for teaching positions

  • An ability to listen deeply and foster strong relationships

  • Focused and calm under pressure

  • Reliable transportation to Sudbury (no commuter rail access); travel stipend may be available beyond 20 miles

  • Makes the arts accessible to performers of all levels and abilities through thoughtful teaching strategies and age- and level-appropriate lessons and rehearsals.

  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with others

  • Flexible, patient, and eager to learn and work hard

Submission Guidelines

Email with your resume, cover letter, and samples of your work. 

Complete our application here.

  • Only candidates with previous teaching experience will be considered.

  • While we appreciate all submissions only those offered an interview will be contacted.

  • Please note that incomplete submissions will be discarded.

  • No phone calls, please.  No emails to TPAC’s office email address, please.

We are an equal opportunity employer dedicated to non-discrimination in employment. We strive to hire the best qualified people based on job-related qualifications and we and do not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, gender, age, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law.  We welcome and encourage candidates who will increase our diversity.

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