Thursday, January 31, 2008

Another Round

2008 TECHNICAL STAFF - Madison, NJ Job posted on January 17, 2008 THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY is gearing up for our 46th annual season! Applicants are sought for all production staff positions in scenic, costumes, props, paint, lighting, and sound. Interested individuals should submit a resume with references and cover letter to Mr. Kelly Easterling, Director of Production. Email: Fax: 973-236-2995. EOE

Job posted on January 16, 2008
Steppenwolf seeks applications for fulltime House Electrician. Includes competitive salary & benefits package; reports to Lighting Supervisor. The position shares responsibility for executing light plots, programming consoles, maintaining equipment, running shows, hiring & overseeing crews. Minimum 3 years experience with thorough knowledge of ETC, industry equipment, standards, and practices required. Competitive compensation plus benefits including medical, paid leave and matching 401(k). STC is equal opportunity employer; all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. Send cover letter, resume, and 3 references to: J.R. Lederle, Lighting Supervisor, STEPPENWOLF THEATRE, 758 W. North Avenue, Chicago, IL 60610. Email: No phone calls.

Job posted on December 17, 2007
BLUE MAN GROUP LAS VEGAS is seeking an Assistant Stage Manager. This position is charged with show running, administrative responsibilities including but not limited to the weekly production schedule, the maintenance of general production standards and reports to the PSM. Responsibilities include: ensure that Blue Man Group values and artistic vision are understood and supported across the organization, scheduling and administrative support to the Stage Management and Production Department, acting as Deck Stage Manager as needed, acting as on-call operator, covering rehearsals and other duties as assigned. Ideal candidates will have Stage Management experience within a theater production department. Flexibility and focus are required in our fast-paced environment. Candidates must possess strong interpersonal, organizational and communication skills. This is a full-time, hourly position with benefits; typically scheduled as a five day work week with varying days and hours, including nights, weekends and holidays. Please email resume to

Job posted on November 30, 2007
MAGIC THEATRE, San Francisco, California. The Magic Theatre has initiated the search for a new Artistic Director. The Search Committee seeks to identify candidates to build upon the theatre's substantial history of artistic achievement while strengthening its ability to produce new work of the highest quality. It is the Search Committee's intention to identify the successful candidate by March 2008. The Magic produces a six-play season on an operating budget that approaches $2 Million. The Magic Theatre operates two venues, a thrust and a proscenium each with 160 seats. Compensation will be commensurate with the leadership role that this position represents for the theatre and the community. The consulting firm retained to assist in the search will welcome qualified applications. Send letters of interest and resumes to: Stephen J. Albert AlbertHall&Associates, LLC, 942 Main Street #300, Hartford, CT 06103. Fax: 860-808-3009. Email preferred: Magic Theatre is an EOE and encourages women and persons of color to apply.

Job posted on November 1, 2007
CHAUTAUQUA THEATER COMPANY invites applications for its 2008 summer season for the following: Assistant Stage Managers and Production Assistants. EMC points available. Contracts run 9 - 11 weeks starting late May/early June, housing provided. CTC, now in its 25th season, is the resident professional theater and Conservatory of Chautauqua Institution. Artistic Directors Vivienne Benesch and Ethan McSweeny, lead internationally known guest artists, directors, designers, writers, and faculty join our talented Conservatory; producing three full productions and two new play workshops in award-winning Bratton Theater. For more information visit Early applications encouraged. Send cover letter/resume to

Job posted on September 28, 2007
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI'I-MANOA, Department of Theatre and Dance, seeks qualified students for MFA in Scenic, Lighting and Costume Design. Active, multi-cultural, theatre-training program provides exposure to and opportunities to design for, Western Theatre, Asian Theatre, Youth Theatre, and Dance. Assistantships available to qualified students enrolled in program, pending availability of funds. Small, personalized, liberal-arts based program emphasizes a hands-on environment, maximum design and teaching opportunities, and individualized mentoring with design faculty active in their field. Outside work with area theatres also available on a selective basis. For graduate program and assistantship information, contact Dr. Kirstin Pauka: For application packet, call 808-956-7677 or visit Application deadline: February 1, 2008 for Fall 2008 admission

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