Job Posting

Executive Director

Prologue to the Performing Arts seeks an Executive Director, a cultural administrator to provide leadership and oversight for this organization that has brought together artists and young people for 50 years.  

Prologue is a not for profit charitable organization whose mission is to serve a vital role in connecting young people to work of artists in schools and public venues; to work with artists and educators to present a wide range of diverse and accessible programming; and to advocate for equal access to the arts for all young people as a fundamental part of their education. 

The Executive Director must be a strategic planner and thinker with fluid, flexible approaches to problem solving and the ability to adapt to changing circumstances and at the same time detail-oriented, able to juggle the multiple facets of the organization. The Executive Director should have a passion for the valuable role of the professional artist in the education of young people and the ability to raise the awareness of Prologue and its activities as well as stewarding a successful and financially viable institution.       

Submit resume, cover letter, references, and salary requirements, by May 26, 2017 to:


Margaret Genovese

 Genovese Vanderhoof & Associates   


Full Posting:

Application Deadline: 
Friday, May 26, 2017
Type of Work: 
Full Time
Education Level: 
Prefered Method(s) of Application: 
By E-Mail

Employer Details

Genovese, Vanderhoof & Associates

Margaret Genovese
1103 - 77 Carlton Street
Toronto, ON M5B 2J7

Over the past thirty years, Senior Partners Margaret Genovese and Dory Vanderhoof have built one of North America’s leading arts/cultural management consulting firms. GV&A has an unparalleled record of success in assisting their clients in executive search, effective planning, capital campaigns, successful facility development, and dramatic improvement to contributed and earned revenue. The firm’s clients range from the continent’s largest ballet and opera companies, theaters, museums, art galleries and orchestras, to highly specialized cultural organizations such as modern dance companies, folk festivals, theaters for young audiences, science museums, performing arts facilities, historic theaters, living history museums, arts service organizations and government agencies. All partners and associates have been on the front lines and have impressive personal track records managing cultural institutions, bringing to clients an invaluable breadth and depth of practical experience with strong strategic focus. The firm has a comprehensive knowledge of the North American cultural industry’s best practices, balanced by practical understanding of what is realistically achievable for each unique client institution in its specific operating environment.