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Production Positions - Blyth Festival

This is a Temporary, Full-time position.

Category: Technical
Location: Blyth, Ontario
Position: Production Positions
Deadline: February 4, 2011
Posted: January 7, 2011

Job Description / Duties

The Blyth Festival seeks candidates for the following positions:

Head Carpenter
Assistant Carpenter
Head of Props
Head of Scenic Paint
Head of Wardrobe
Asssitant Wardrobe
Carpentry Production Assistant
Props/Paint Production Assistant
House Technician

Qualifications / Required Skills

Candidates must display an understanding of conventional theatre practice.
Post secondary training in all areas of theatre production will be an asset when applying for junior positions.
Professional experience essential for senior positions, including all departmental head positions.

Additional Information

The Blyth Festival is a demanding work environment. We are looking for hard working candidates with strong communication skills in addition to a willingness to learn in a fast paced environment. The positions generally provide 11-13 weeks of work, start dates ranging from early May - early June and finish dates from mid August -mid September.


Contact Information

If you are interested in applying, please email a cover letter identifying which position(s) you are interested in, as well as a resume and references to:

Wendy Ryder
Production Manager

Employer Profile

The Blyth Centre for the Arts (including Blyth Festival) was founded in 1975 to produce theatre that reflects the culture and concerns for the people of southwestern Ontario and beyond.

In 1975, few scripts that fit the festival's mandate were being written so we jumped into the creation of new work. At that time, the festival was the only summer theatre producing original Canadian plays, and one of the very few, if not the only "500-seat" theatre in Canada producing Canadian plays exclusively.

Today, located in a village of 1000 in rural Huron County, the Blyth Centre for the Arts is a year-round centre of cultural activity for southwestern Ontario.

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