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 on: July 30, 2014, 03:39:17 PM 
Started by Scott Robinson - Last post by Scott Robinson
Full-time Non-Tenure Track Lecturer - VOCAL INSTRUCTOR. The candidate should possess strong pedagogical skills with experience teaching multiple styles of musical theatre style and repertoire (from classic Broadway to contemporary pop and rock styles). Applicants must be able to accompany themselves in lessons.
Required Qualifications: MA in Musical Theatre, or BA/BFA degree in Musical Theatre and/or significant professional experience in the industry, Well-versed in all aspects of Musical Theatre vocal technique and vocal protection, And Keyboard skills in multiple styles/eras of Musical Theatre. 
Desired Qualifications: MFA in Musical Theatre, Certification in Speech Level Singing (SLS) or similar technique,  coupled with significant experience in professional musical theatre and/or theatre,  Five years professional performance and/or coaching experience required, Proven history of access to a network of professional mentors, Experience in promoting a program with professionals. 
Applicant Information: Cover letter outlining teaching philosophy and a link to online video demonstration of teaching methods and practices, Curriculum Vitae/Resume, Contact information for three professional references, Copies of unofficial. Online application only: https://jobs.cwu.edu/hr/postings/7376 (Lecturer Musical Theatre Voice – Theatre Arts) (Ellensburg) (2014/2015). This position involves full-time renewable annual contracts governed by a Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA).  Screening of applications will begin immediately and continue until position filled.   www.cwu.edu/theatre/   
Central Washington University is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, Title IX Institution.

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 on: July 29, 2014, 03:11:15 PM 
Started by Zachariah Robinson - Last post by Zachariah Robinson
Playwrights' Theatre is currently looking for a Costume Designer for our upcoming show Tiny Tim is Dead by Barbara Lebow. This is a paid position.

Rehearsals begin November 2.
Runs December 5 - 20. At the Hugo House on Capitol Hill

Project Description

Tiny Tim Is Dead a west coast premiere by Barbara Lebow

On a frigid Christmas Eve amidst cardboard shelters and trashcan hearths, five adults and a mute boy band together and give the only gift they can offer. “A Christmas Carol,” as enacted by this ragtag group of vagrants who themselves might ask only for a little heat, leftover food and mittens.  This irregular holiday tale is wickedly amusing and delicately poignant as it takes a wry and ironic look at a group of homeless people who form an unconventional family, related not by race, class or education, but by the same circumstances life has found them.

Please submit resumes to: zach@playwrights-theatre.org

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 on: July 29, 2014, 03:10:31 PM 
Started by Zachariah Robinson - Last post by Zachariah Robinson
Playwrights' Theatre is currently looking for a Set Designer for our upcoming show Tiny Tim is Dead by Barbara Lebow. This is a paid position.

Rehearsals begin November 2.
Runs December 5 - 20. At the Hugo House on Capitol Hill

Project Description

Tiny Tim Is Dead a west coast premiere by Barbara Lebow

On a frigid Christmas Eve amidst cardboard shelters and trashcan hearths, five adults and a mute boy band together and give the only gift they can offer. “A Christmas Carol,” as enacted by this ragtag group of vagrants who themselves might ask only for a little heat, leftover food and mittens.  This irregular holiday tale is wickedly amusing and delicately poignant as it takes a wry and ironic look at a group of homeless people who form an unconventional family, related not by race, class or education, but by the same circumstances life has found them.

Please submit resumes to: zach@playwrights-theatre.org

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 on: July 29, 2014, 03:09:32 PM 
Started by Zachariah Robinson - Last post by Zachariah Robinson
Playwrights' Theatre is currently looking for a Stage Manager for our upcoming show Tiny Tim is Dead by Barbara Lebow. This is a paid position.

Rehearsals begin November 2.
Runs December 5 - 20. At the Hugo House on Capitol Hill

Project Description

Tiny Tim Is Dead a west coast premiere by Barbara Lebow

On a frigid Christmas Eve amidst cardboard shelters and trashcan hearths, five adults and a mute boy band together and give the only gift they can offer. “A Christmas Carol,” as enacted by this ragtag group of vagrants who themselves might ask only for a little heat, leftover food and mittens.  This irregular holiday tale is wickedly amusing and delicately poignant as it takes a wry and ironic look at a group of homeless people who form an unconventional family, related not by race, class or education, but by the same circumstances life has found them.

Please submit resumes to: zach@playwrights-theatre.org

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 on: July 29, 2014, 11:06:20 AM 
Started by TPS Admin - Last post by TPS Admin
We need to find someone to assist our wonderful actors in our upcoming production of "The School for Lies" by David Ives which will perform in August at the Center Theatre at the Armory.  This is a chance to work with a great company, a wonderful designer and a terrific group of actors on a very very silly play.

Dresser would assist a cast of 9 and maintain costumes for this stylized Moliere-ish production.
$200 stipend.
Performed at the Center Theatre at the Armory.

If you are interested and available please send an email of interest to Teresa Thuman tthuman@yahoo.com.  Attach a resume if you have one.

Dates needed:
Attend a run-through - TBA
Sunday August 3 TBA – First Dress
Monday August 4 – 6pm Call – Dress Tech end TBA
Tuesday August 5 – 6pm Call Dress Tech  end TBA
Wednesday August 6 – 6pm Call Dress Tech tend TBA
 
SCHOOL FOR LIES PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
August 7  7:30 pm  PWYC Preview
August 8 7:30 pm $15 Preview
August 9 7:30 pm Opening
August 10 2pm  matinee performance
 
Thurs. August 14 7:30 PWYC Performance
Fri August 15 7:30 Performance
Sat August 16  7:30 Performance
Sun August 17 2pm Matinee Performance
Mon August 18 7:30 PWYC Industry Night Performance
 
Thurs August 21 PWYC  Performance
Friday August 22 7:30 Performance
Saturday August 23  7:30 performance
Sunday August 24  2pm Closing performance and strike

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 on: July 24, 2014, 10:23:32 AM 
Started by Sally Jo Martine - Last post by Sally Jo Martine
Bainbridge Performing Arts (BPA) seeks Teaching Artists
for BPA Theatre School’s 2014 – 2015 Season

Bainbridge Performing Arts is currently accepting applications for teaching artists for BPA Theatre School’s 2014 – 2015 Season. BPA Theatre School offers year-round classes for students, age three-and-a-half to adult. Previous teaching experience is required. Applicants should email Interim Director of Education Zandi Carlson (zcarlson@bainbridgeperformaningarts.org) with weekday availability and a teaching resume by Friday, August 1.

Bainbridge Performing Arts (BPA) is a non-profit community performing arts center including a theater, a symphony orchestra, a variety of comedy, dance, musical and other performances, and theater education programs for children, teenagers, and adults.

BPA is supported, in part, by Bainbridge Community Foundation and One Call for All.

Check us out on Facebook (www.facebook.com/BPAonline), follow Bainbridge Performing Arts on LinkedIn (www.linkedin.com/company/bainbridge-performing-arts) and Twitter (@BPAPresents), or find out more about BPA at www.bainbridgeperformingarts.org. Check online for the latest on theatre and symphony auditions, complete theatre school and adult class offerings, performance listings, tickets, promos, and more. Go to “About BPA” and click on “Get Our Newsletter” to receive electronic performance announcements and behind-the-scenes news.

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 on: July 20, 2014, 11:29:57 AM 
Started by Julia Welch - Last post by Julia Welch
Handwritten Productions is seeking a DIRECTOR for our spring production.

We are considering La Ronde (Arthur Schnitzel), Spring Awakening (Frank Wedekind), and Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (Tom Stoppard).  If you are interested in directing one of these pieces, contact us at handwrittenproductions@gmail.com.

Please send a resumés and a short note telling us who you are, which of these pieces excites you, and why you'd like to direct that play.  We will be accepting submissions until July 31, 2014 with interviews to be scheduled in August.

More information is available at handwrittenproductions.org

Handwritten Productions is an entirely volunteer based organization.

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 on: July 17, 2014, 10:31:58 AM 
Started by Scott Robinson - Last post by Scott Robinson
Part-time Non-Tenure Track Lecturer - DANCE INSTRUCTOR / CHOREOGRAPHER to support a thriving BFA program and production season. The candidate should possess strong pedagogical skills with experience teaching a variety of dance styles (from classic Broadway to contemporary dance).  Required qualifications:  MA in Theatre/Dance, or BA/BFA degree in Dance or related  field and/or significant professional experience in the industry;  Demonstrated experience in various Musical Theatre dance and choreography styles.   Desired Qualifications: MFA in Choreography, coupled with significant experience in professional musical theatre;  Five years professional performance experience; Proven history of access to a network of professional mentors Applicant Information: Cover letter; Curriculum Vitae/Resume; Contact information for three professional references; Copies of unofficial transcripts (official transcripts will be required prior to final hiring). Online application only: https://jobs.cwu.edu/postings/6500 (Lecturer Pool - Theatre Arts - Performance Areas) (Ellensburg) (2014/2015). This position (.4 FTE) involves quarterly renewable contracts which are subject to funding and governed by a Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA).  Screening of applications will begin immediately and continue until position filled.  More information about the Department can be found at www.cwu.edu/theatre/   Central Washington University is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, Title IX Institution.


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 on: July 16, 2014, 01:34:40 PM 
Started by Kate Gavigan - Last post by Kate Gavigan
Freehold Theatre is looking for 2 Skilled Stage Carpenters and Electricians to help us with our Load Our of our Henry IV show from the UW Penthouse Theatre on Sunday, July 20 from 6:00 - 10:00 pm. $50.00 stipend for your time.
For more information, contact Zoe Fitzgerald at zoe@freeholdtheatre.org


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 on: July 14, 2014, 11:16:51 AM 
Started by SCT Admin - Last post by SCT Admin



SPREAD THE WORD! The application process is now open for the fourth year of the WASHINGTON STATE TEACHING ARTIST TRAINING LAB, an eight-month professional development program for teaching artists working in all artistic disciplines and in all regions across the state. Application deadline is July 24, 2014.

  • Program runs September 2014 to April 2015
  • Attend three in-person training sessions lasting 2-3 days and held in Seattle
  • Participate in five 90-minute teleconferences facilitated by a teaching artist mentor
  • Receive ongoing, individualized support from mentors and peers

CORE FOCUS & KEY TOPICS:

  • Supporting collaborative partnerships with K-12 public schools
  • Thoughtful lesson planning and reflective practice
  • Articulating clear learning objectives & assessing student learning in the arts
  • Engaging with social justice & 21st Century Skills

This is a tuition-based program; scholarships are available, as well as travel support for teaching artists from outside of Seattle.

A full program description is available on our website:
http://www.sct.org/For-Educators/TAT-Lab/

For more information:
(206) 443-0807 x1186
tatlab@sct.org

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