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Wardrobe Apprentice - Grand Theatre

This is a Temporary, Full-time position.

Category: Technical
Province: London, Ontario
Position: Wardrobe Apprentice
Deadline: February 22, 2019
Posted: February 14, 2019

Job Description / Duties

The Apprenticeship will be an introduction to the workings of a large wardrobe in a regional theatre.

Under the supervision of the Head of Wardrobe and The Cutter, the Apprenticeship will include learning and working on alterations, building accessories and costumes, dyeing materials, supporting fittings to support all Spriet Stage and McManus Stage productions. The Apprentice may be given the opportunity to supervise small projects on occasion.

Qualifications / Required Skills

The candidate will be a graduate of a post-secondary technical theatre or fashion programme and will have at least 1 year of professional work experience. The successful candidate will be creative, curious and passionate about theatre and have the ability to work in a team environment.

Additional Information

In our desire to reflect the world and our community in all areas of our work, the Grand Theatre is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion. We encourage applications from all qualified candidates, without regard to age, disability, ethnicity, race, or gender identity.

Please respond by e-mail with a cover letter and resume by February 22, 2019.

Salary: $15/hour, 40 hours/week

Contact Information

Lyndee Hansen
Production Manager
Tel: 519-672-9030 X257

Employer Profile

The Grand Theatre brings the world to London, Ontario with diverse, relevant, and original stories from around the globe, and through collaborations with exceptional national and international performing arts organizations. And we bring London to the world stage with a commitment to developing, producing, and premiering new, original homegrown stories through COMPASS, a new play development program. The Grand's commitment to educational programming and youth mentorship is exemplified by The High School Project, the only project of its kind in North America.