For our fall musical, "The Gold Night," we are currently accepting applications for director-level positions.
Set in Dawson City in 1898 during the peak of the Klondike Gold Rush, a ragtag group of gold-crazed characters in a sumptuous saloon are gleefully outdoing each other in games of chance and rousing dance numbers when an impending attack by a giant ice worm unites them to venture into the cold, terrifying night to fight the monster and save the town from total destruction.
- Assistant Director
- Stage Management Team
- Production Manager
- Creature Designer
- Technical Director
Stage Management Team
Includes one stage manager and one or more assistant stage managers.
Works closely with the directors, stage managers, designers, and department leaders. They manage--under the guidance of the Production Director--schedules, deadlines, facilities, and communication (e.g., meeting facilitation) between production personnel.
Responsible for designing and building at least one giant, person-snatching, ice worm. This person also leads a department of volunteer designers and builders.
Under the guidance of the Production Director, oversees all technical personnel and technical aspects of the production, with a keen knack for, and interest in, scenic design and set building.
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10+ hours/week - pay varies based on role - most positions receive an honorarium.
The Stage Manager and Production Manager receive stipends aligned with an expected broader time commitment and managerial capacity.
Please download, fill out, and return the attached form to the linked email, email@example.com. Our application process is simple. Beyond your name and contact information, 1) what role or roles interest you; 2) what is your relevant experience; and 3) why this show? Resumes and portfolios are welcome.