Exclusive #StageOpps listing: STAGE MANAGERS and SOUND DESIGNERS for new short play festival
New Perspectives Theatre Company (NPTC) is seeking stage managers and sound designers for its upcoming WOMEN'S WORK SHORT PLAY FESTIVAL, running February 22 - March 13, 2016. Twelve plays are organized into four programs, with A stage manager for each. Performances (9) are in rotating rep. Sound designers may work across the programs. The festival will operate under the AEA Showcase Code, but both AEA and non-AEA stage managers are welcome to submit a resume. There is pay. Rehearsals begin mid-January.
If interested and available, please send a resume to Zoey Russo, NPTC Production Manager, email@example.com with STAGE MANAGER or SOUND DESIGNER in the subject line. Interviews will be scheduled ASAP.
**Remember to include the special opps code in the body of your email so that NPTC knows that you are a Special Opps subscriber. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for this month's code!**
10% Off Playwrighting Class at Luna Stage
For thousands of years, playwrights have been bringing people together to explore what it means to be part of a particular society Whether you are new to writing or a seasoned professional, this unique playwriting class will stimulate writers of all mediums who have an interest in how their words can affect and engage their community. The class begins by reviewing the basics of playwriting, exploring what it means to write a "civic play," and sampling multiple techniques for doing so. Playwrights will work on short plays outside of class, using class time to further develop their work. The class culminates in a public reading of these plays by professional actors on Luna's mainstage.
Please note: This class requires approximately 2-3 hours of a week of work outside of the class hours.
Civic Playwriting Tuesdays 7:00pm-9:30pm February 16th-April 26th Final Presentation on May 3rd No Class on April 5th (11 Sessions) $210 Instructor: Kaitlin Stilwell
The Women in the Arts & Media Coalition is a coalition of member organizations; if you are a member of one of our member organizations, you are a member of the Coalition! The purpose of the Coalition is to focus the power of our member organizations and use that combined strength to address issues of concern to women in theatre, film, tv, radio, and new media. We are committed to being the link between our member organizations as we collaborate to impact the various topics that affect women in our industry through advocacy, networking, and events.