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 on: May 30, 2016, 02:53:28 PM 
Started by Michelle Rodriguez - Last post by Michelle Rodriguez
GreenStage is seeking stage manager & house manager types to join us for our summer season.

We currently have openings for one stage manager, two house managers and one ASM. Positions start in June or July, depending on position.

Performances run Thurs-Sun, July 8th through Aug 13th. Stipends $300-$500.


For more details, please contact Michelle Rodriguez, Production Manager: michelle@greenstage.org

 2 
 on: May 26, 2016, 01:37:55 PM 
Started by Patricia Britton - Last post by Patricia Britton
Book-It Repertory Theatre is searching for a Development Associate. Please be organized, discreet, creative, reliable, and diligent. Check out our job description here: http://book-it.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/DevAssociate5-16.pdf . Application instructions at the link. Or, email Director of Development Sally Brunette at sallyb@book-it.org.

 3 
 on: May 26, 2016, 01:34:07 PM 
Started by Patricia Britton - Last post by Patricia Britton
Book-It seeks a Tour Manager for its Arts & Education school tours. View job description here: http://book-it.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Tour-Manager-Job-Description_May2016.pdf. Apply to Dir. of Education Annie DiMartino annied@book-it.org.

 4 
 on: May 26, 2016, 12:45:19 PM 
Started by Micah Trapp - Last post by Micah Trapp
Taproot Theatre Company Seeks a Lighting Designer and Board Operator for one of It's Summer Acting Studio Summer Camps.  The show will be Pirates of Penzance Jr.
This job requires you to design quickly.
You must be familiar with ETC lighting consoles (we have an ETC element board).

You will not be designing a lighting plot.  You will be building q's with an existing plot and serve as your own board operator.  These are the dates and times you must be available:
Tuesday, August 16 at 12:30pm - Production Meeting
Tuesday, August 23: 10:15am - Designer Run Through
Tuesday, August 23: 3pm-4pm - Dark Time to Build Show
Wednesday, August 24: 10am-1pm - Dark Time to Build Show
Wednesday, August 24: 1pm-4pm - Tech
Thursday, August 25: 10am-4pm - Tech
Friday, August 26: 10am-4pm - Tech and Performance #1
Saturday, August 27: 10am - Performance #2

We can offer a $350 stipend.

If interested and available please submit a resume to the Production Stage Manager, Micah Trapp, at micaht@taproottheatre.org

 5 
 on: May 25, 2016, 09:34:17 AM 
Started by Logan Ellis - Last post by Logan Ellis
Theatre Battery in Kent is interviewing designers for our summer production of HOODED OR BEING BLACK FOR DUMMIES by Tearrance Chisholm. Positions are still open in Scenic Design, Costume Design, Lighting Design, Sound Design, and Projection Design. Designers of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

Summary:
Marquis and Tru are both fourteen-year-old black boys, but they exist in two totally different worlds. Marquis is a republican prep-schooler living in the affluent white suburb of Achievement Heights, while Tru is a street savvy rap artist from deep within the inner city of Baltimore. Their paths cross one day in a holding cell, where Tru decides that Marquis has lost his blackness. As professor and reluctant student, they confront white ignorance and wrestle to define the philosophy of African-American youth.

Production Dates:
Theatre Construction/Design Build: July 10th to July 24th
First Rehearsal: July 28th
Tech: August 20th & 21st
Previews: August 23rd & 24th
Opening: August 25th
Closing: September 10th
Ext. Closing: September 17th

Stipend:
$400 per designer

Application Instructions:
Email Theatrebattery@gmail.com with your design resume and note the position for which you are applying. Also note when you will be best available for an interview.

Other Info:
Designers of color and emerging designers are encouraged to apply. No application deadline: Positions will be open until filled.

Playwright Tearrance Chisholm will be joining Theatre Battery in residence for the production -- this is an opportunity to work on a play in development.

Theatre Battery produces contemporary American plays that
specifically address a multicultural suburban audience. We construct
original theatre spaces for each production that fill vacant
storefronts of the downtown area, using partnerships with the local
businesses of Kent.

theatrebattery@gmail.com
theatrebattery.com
Facebook.com/theatrebattery

 6 
 on: May 25, 2016, 08:50:38 AM 
Started by Keith Dahlgren - Last post by Keith Dahlgren
JET CITY IMPROV
EDUCATION COORDINATOR 

Jet City Improv (JCI), a nonprofit organization founded in 1992 as Wing-It Productions, is seeking an entrepreneurial and visionary Educational Coordinator to work with the Artistic Director to manage and develop the educational program for Jet City Improv.

Organization Overview:
Jet City Improv is a live theater company in Seattle, Washington, dedicated to entertaining, educating and enlightening audiences of all ages through the art of improvisation.

JCI has three areas of programming; productions, education and outreach.

JCI performs over 400 shows every year which weekly include its flagship shows, Jet City Improv and Twisted Flicks, and original long-form improvised plays. JCI is nationally known as a leader in improvisational theater.   We are also the foremost improvisation teaching organization in the Pacific Northwest, offering improvisation classes for adults and children, and corporate training.

At the heart of JCI is our Outreach Programs which include teaching improvisation skills to homeless, at-risk and incarcerated youth, as well as providing free improvisation shows at summer camps for children dealing with life altering illness and conditions. Outreach programs are supported by donations and, to a great extent, by its productions.

Core Responsibilities:
ADULT CONTINUING EDUCATION
In partnership with the Artistic Director:
•   Schedule class dates and reserve classrooms
•   Coordinate and contract instructors for each class
•   Provide registrar services for students
•   Communicate with students regarding classes, special events and showcases
•   Provide student check-in and showcase support
•   Provide student/instructor communication
•   Survey students after quarterly sessions and send debrief info to instructors

COLLEGE/TEEN/YOUTH EDUCATION
In partnership with the Artistic Director and senior staff:
•   Cultivate and coordinate all aspects of the Seattle Open high school tournament
•   Coordinate all aspects of NCII and CIT college tournament events
•   Cultivate and coordinate all aspects of high school residencies

OUTREACH EDUCATION
In partnership with the Outreach Director and Artistic Director:
•   Set curriculum and coordinate outreach education

MARKETING
In partnership with the Marketing Director:
•   Create and coordinate a marketing plan for adult education
•   Develop and coordinate a branding program for all education programs

Qualifications:
JCI’s ideal Educational Coordinator candidate will have a practical knowledge of improvisational theater.   

Additional Qualifications:
•   BA in Theater or comparable degree preferred but not required
•   An open, honest communicator with ability to identify and mediate issues and concerns
•   Demonstrate success in team-building and collaboration
•   Agile approach to problem-solving and solution-building
•   Comfortable with Microsoft Office, Salesforce or related donor management database, website management
•   Celebrate creativity and maintain a good sense of humor

Position is 20 hours/week, salary DOE. In this position, there is occasional use and operation of miscellaneous equipment and furnishings as tasks and projects require, occasional lifting of up to 20 pounds, and standard computer use. Office access includes stairs. Some evenings and weekends are required.

To Apply:
To apply, send a resume and a cover letter addressing why you are interested in a professional management position with an arts organization and how your skills and experience will benefit Jet City Improv to ecposition@jetcityimprov.org by June 3rd, 2016. Please, no phone calls.

 7 
 on: May 25, 2016, 08:49:49 AM 
Started by Keith Dahlgren - Last post by Keith Dahlgren
JET CITY IMPROV
EDUCATION COORDINATOR 

Jet City Improv (JCI), a nonprofit organization founded in 1992 as Wing-It Productions, is seeking an entrepreneurial and visionary Educational Coordinator to work with the Artistic Director to manage and develop the educational program for Jet City Improv.

Organization Overview:
Jet City Improv is a live theater company in Seattle, Washington, dedicated to entertaining, educating and enlightening audiences of all ages through the art of improvisation.

JCI has three areas of programming; productions, education and outreach.

JCI performs over 400 shows every year which weekly include its flagship shows, Jet City Improv and Twisted Flicks, and original long-form improvised plays. JCI is nationally known as a leader in improvisational theater.   We are also the foremost improvisation teaching organization in the Pacific Northwest, offering improvisation classes for adults and children, and corporate training.

At the heart of JCI is our Outreach Programs which include teaching improvisation skills to homeless, at-risk and incarcerated youth, as well as providing free improvisation shows at summer camps for children dealing with life altering illness and conditions. Outreach programs are supported by donations and, to a great extent, by its productions.

Core Responsibilities:
ADULT CONTINUING EDUCATION
In partnership with the Artistic Director:
•   Schedule class dates and reserve classrooms
•   Coordinate and contract instructors for each class
•   Provide registrar services for students
•   Communicate with students regarding classes, special events and showcases
•   Provide student check-in and showcase support
•   Provide student/instructor communication
•   Survey students after quarterly sessions and send debrief info to instructors

COLLEGE/TEEN/YOUTH EDUCATION
In partnership with the Artistic Director and senior staff:
•   Cultivate and coordinate all aspects of the Seattle Open high school tournament
•   Coordinate all aspects of NCII and CIT college tournament events
•   Cultivate and coordinate all aspects of high school residencies

OUTREACH EDUCATION
In partnership with the Outreach Director and Artistic Director:
•   Set curriculum and coordinate outreach education

MARKETING
In partnership with the Marketing Director:
•   Create and coordinate a marketing plan for adult education
•   Develop and coordinate a branding program for all education programs

Qualifications:
JCI’s ideal Educational Coordinator candidate will have a practical knowledge of improvisational theater.   

Additional Qualifications:
•   BA in Theater or comparable degree preferred but not required
•   An open, honest communicator with ability to identify and mediate issues and concerns
•   Demonstrate success in team-building and collaboration
•   Agile approach to problem-solving and solution-building
•   Comfortable with Microsoft Office, Salesforce or related donor management database, website management
•   Celebrate creativity and maintain a good sense of humor

Position is 20 hours/week, salary DOE. In this position, there is occasional use and operation of miscellaneous equipment and furnishings as tasks and projects require, occasional lifting of up to 20 pounds, and standard computer use. Office access includes stairs. Some evenings and weekends are required.

To Apply:
To apply, send a resume and a cover letter addressing why you are interested in a professional management position with an arts organization and how your skills and experience will benefit Jet City Improv to ecposition@jetcityimprov.org by June 3rd, 2016. Please, no phone calls.

 8 
 on: May 23, 2016, 09:06:28 AM 
Started by SUSAN BARDSLEY - Last post by SUSAN BARDSLEY
StoryBook Theater, a small, adult, traveling troupe which performs original musicals for young audiences, seeks a Stage Manager for our first two shows, October through December.  All rehearsals and performances are daytimes, both weekdays and weekends. Pay includes a flat SM fee and a per-show fee. (This is a non-Equity position.) For more information, please email: susanbardsley55@gmail.com

 9 
 on: May 19, 2016, 02:55:14 PM 
Started by All For Kidz, Inc. - Last post by All For Kidz, Inc.
All For Kidz, Inc. is seeking a part-time Stage Manager/Office Assistant for The NED Show, a character education school assembly program designed to help kids become champions at school and in life. (For more info., check out thenedshow.com.)

General Purpose
This position will help facilitate an efficient rehearsal program for incoming NED Show Performers, as well as offer support to maintain a high standard of excellence for the entire performance team. Stage Management and administrative skills are required.

Main Job Tasks and Responsibilities
•   Support trainers with Performer Recruiting/Interviewing/Hiring of all new NED Show Performers.
•   Provide general stage managerial duties for NED Show Performer training, including:
o   running lines with incoming performers
o   going over show blocking
o   rehearsal time management
•   Support Trainers before and during bi-annual Performer Training Sessions.
•   Prepare agendas for meetings and assist with scheduling
•   Record, compile, transcribe and distribute minutes of meetings
•   Purchase and maintain incoming Performer show gear and inventory

Education and Experience
•   2-3 years’ Stage Management experience. (Previous performance background also a plus.)
•   Computer skills and knowledge of relevant software
•   Knowledge of operation of standard office equipment
•   Knowledge of principles and practices of basic office management

Key Competencies
•   Superior Communication skills - written and verbal
•   Planning and organizing
•   Prioritizing
•   Problem assessment and problem solving
•   Information gathering and information monitoring
•   Attention to detail and accuracy
•   Flexibility
•   Adaptability

Salary
•   Competitive, DOE

To submit, please email a cover letter highlighting why you would be great at this job along with two resumes (performing and professional) to paul@allforkidz.com.

 10 
 on: May 18, 2016, 01:52:57 PM 
Started by Keith Dahlgren - Last post by Keith Dahlgren
JET CITY IMPROV
EDUCATION COORDINATOR 

Jet City Improv (JCI), a nonprofit organization founded in 1992 as Wing-It Productions, is seeking an entrepreneurial and visionary Educational Coordinator to work with the Artistic Director to manage and develop the educational program for Jet City Improv.

Organization Overview:
Jet City Improv is a live theater company in Seattle, Washington, dedicated to entertaining, educating and enlightening audiences of all ages through the art of improvisation.

JCI has three areas of programming; productions, education and outreach.

JCI performs over 400 shows every year which weekly include its flagship shows, Jet City Improv and Twisted Flicks, and original long-form improvised plays. JCI is nationally known as a leader in improvisational theater.   We are also the foremost improvisation teaching organization in the Pacific Northwest, offering improvisation classes for adults and children, and corporate training.

At the heart of JCI is our Outreach Programs which include teaching improvisation skills to homeless, at-risk and incarcerated youth, as well as providing free improvisation shows at summer camps for children dealing with life altering illness and conditions. Outreach programs are supported by donations and, to a great extent, by its productions.

Core Responsibilities:
ADULT CONTINUING EDUCATION
In partnership with the Artistic Director:
•   Schedule class dates and reserve classrooms
•   Coordinate and contract instructors for each class
•   Provide registrar services for students
•   Communicate with students regarding classes, special events and showcases
•   Provide student check-in and showcase support
•   Provide student/instructor communication
•   Survey students after quarterly sessions and send debrief info to instructors

COLLEGE/TEEN/YOUTH EDUCATION
In partnership with the Artistic Director and senior staff:
•   Cultivate and coordinate all aspects of the Seattle Open high school tournament
•   Coordinate all aspects of NCII and CIT college tournament events
•   Cultivate and coordinate all aspects of high school residencies

OUTREACH EDUCATION
In partnership with the Outreach Director and Artistic Director:
•   Set curriculum and coordinate outreach education

MARKETING
In partnership with the Marketing Director:
•   Create and coordinate a marketing plan for adult education
•   Develop and coordinate a branding program for all education programs

Qualifications:
JCI’s ideal Educational Coordinator candidate will have a practical knowledge of improvisational theater.   

Additional Qualifications:
•   BA in Theater or comparable degree preferred but not required
•   An open, honest communicator with ability to identify and mediate issues and concerns
•   Demonstrate success in team-building and collaboration
•   Agile approach to problem-solving and solution-building
•   Comfortable with Microsoft Office, Salesforce or related donor management database, website management
•   Celebrate creativity and maintain a good sense of humor

Position is 20 hours/week, salary DOE. In this position, there is occasional use and operation of miscellaneous equipment and furnishings as tasks and projects require, occasional lifting of up to 20 pounds, and standard computer use. Office access includes stairs. Some evenings and weekends are required.

To Apply:
To apply, send a resume and a cover letter addressing why you are interested in a professional management position with an arts organization and how your skills and experience will benefit Jet City Improv to ecposition@jetcityimprov.org by June 3rd, 2016. Please, no phone calls.

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