This is a Temporary, Full-time position.Category: Design
The Canadian Badlands Passion Play is currently accepting applications for a Set/Props Designer for our 2017 production. The approximate dates of the contract would be from May 1 – July 6, 2017 with preproduction meetings in the month’s prior. Specific dates have not yet been confirmed and will be worked out with the successful candidate and the rest of the team. All designs created have to be realistic in relation to the company’s equipment, timelines, staff, and budget.
Qualifications / Required Skills
The Set and Props designer is hired to create the best possible setting/scenery for a production that will serve both the playwright and the director’s interpretation of the work. As an outdoor production with an existing ‘set’ building, the Passion Play has a unique stage environment. The Set and Props Designer will be working to create designs for a theatrical production that must withstand the forces of nature for an extended period of time.
Experience that would prove an asset to the position include:
- working with a volunteer or community theatre organization;
- working with an outdoor theatre company and/or events;
- leading and collaborating on projects with large groups;
- collaborating on new works.
Salary: Negotiated based on skills and experience
Please take a moment to visit our website www.canadianpassionplay.com.
If you are interested in applying please send us a copy of your résumé and portfolio. There will be an interview process for selected candidates.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions regarding the Passion Play.
Vance Neudorf – Executive Director
Now in its 24th season, The Canadian Badlands Passion Play is one Canada’s largest outdoor theatrical events. It is a unique combination of volunteer performers with professional guidance and support. Our mandate is to annually depict the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ in dramatic form. The play is performed in our 2700 seat amphitheatre on a 6 acre stage is built into the hills of the Drumheller badlands.