Theatre Terrific seeks the services of an experienced, open-minded, self-motivated Stage Manager for it’s production of Roy & Janetfor the Vancouver Fringe Festival.
What is Roy & Janet About?
This is a large inclusive cast production that will be presented in the Woodwards Atrium using the winding staircase, the pond, a large puppet, live music and choreography. The story is about love, person to person, tribe to tribe and human to nature. Shakespeare, Ovid, The Twin Sisters (The Lions of Vancouver).... it’s all connected!
The tasks expected from the Stage Manager as per contract are:
- Organizing and supervising all rehearsals
- Creating and maintaining the prompt book, including recording blocking notations
- Creating schedules
- Coordinating all communication with designers, management, and all other departments
- Maintaining the artistic and technical intentions of the show
- Creating and distributing rehearsal and show reports daily
- Tracking Health and Safety of performers
- Wardrobe maintenance, including laundry
- Minimal props repair & running props purchasing after opening
- Tracking any changes to the production script
Expression of Interest/Auditions:
Green Thumb Theatre Studios – July 9, 10 – 6 to 9 pm
Green Thumb Theatre Studios – July 23 to August 24th-Monday/Wednesday/Fridays – 5:30 to 8:30
Green Thumb Studios – August 27 to 31 (Monday to Friday) 5:30 to 8:30 Woodwards Atrium – September 5, 6 – Time TBA
Sept 7, 14 – 6 pm, Sept 8, 9, 16 – 2pm
1st payment of $500.00 on signing of contract
2nd payment of $750.00 August 31, 2018
3rd payment of $750.00 on Sept 16 , 2018
How to Submit Application:
Please send resume to email@example.com the deadline June 15, 2018.
If selected you will be asked for to attend an interview at the Theatre Terrific office at #430 – 111 West Hastings Ave. (The Heritage Woodwards Building).
Posting Expires: The deadline for applications is June 15, 2018.
About Theatre Terrific:
Theatre Terrific works with emerging and experienced artists of all abilities, genders and cultures, who may or may not live with physical, cognitive, and/or mental health differences. The company practices the three R’s; respect, rigour and risk, in all it’s productions. This production will be built in a collaborative compositional process with cast input that will be knitted into a final script structure.