This is a Temporary, Part-time position.Category: Technical
The Apprentice will work closely with the Stage Manager as well as the Artistic Director and Technical Director for the rehearsal and subsequent run of a production. The Apprentice must have training and experience with respect to tasks associated with Stage Management including industry-related functions such as: contact lists, scene breakdowns, blocking, costume and props tracking, schedules, notes, costume maintenance/laundering and communication with the production team as a whole with respect to rehearsal and show run requirements.
Candidates will be currently enrolled in/or graduated from a theatre production program at the college or university level and/or have comparable experience with Stage Management duties and protocols and be career-oriented specifically in the discipline of Stage Management. The candidate should work effectively within a team environment as well as independently. They should demonstrate a good work ethic, excellent and proven problem-solving and communication skills and the ability to use time effectively in meeting deadlines and achieving goals.
Salary: TBD commensurate with experience
Candidates must submit a cover letter and updated resume listing all stage management training and/or experience. Applications must also include several REFERENCES. Receipt of all applications will be confirmed. Only those chosen for interviews will be contacted.
Please email resumes by February 23, 2018 to:
Donnie Bowes, Artistic Director
Upper Canada Playhouse
Upper Canada Playhouse is a professional theatre company currently in its 35th season and located in the Eastern Ontario community of Morrisburg, operating under the jurisdiction of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association. It is a mid-sized theatre company with a season running April through December consisting of Spring and Fall live concerts which are toured in, a flagship 4-show summer series June through September and a Christmas production November and December, all of which are built, rehearsed and produced in-house.