Animacy Theatre Collective is looking for an organised, energetic and creative stage manager to join the team for our upcoming show Upstream Downtown
A co-pro between Animacy Theatre Collective and Common Boots Theatre. Upstream Downtown is a research-based, physical theatre, multimedia show centering around feminist narratives of salmon and human relations in the GTA, created and performed by Alexandra Simpson and Morgan Johnson, and directed by Martha Ross.
Upstream Downtown was created in support of the Celebration Barn Theatre and Ontario Arts Council.
We are looking for a stage manager who is interested in being with the project for our two performance opportunities including: May 30 - June 1, 2018, and at the Toronto Fringe Festival July 4 - 15, 2018, with a week rehearsal leading up to the Fringe.
This is a profit share opportunity.
ATC welcomes submissions from those identifying as BIPOC and LGBTQAI++. We strive to create inclusive and supportive environments in our work and rehearsal spaces, and have a zero tolerance policy for racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia and other forms of hatred.
Show Details: http://animacytheatrecollective.com/upstream-downtown/
Please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org expressing your interest in working with Animacy Theatre Collective. Experience in projection and collective creation work is a plus.
ABOUT ANIMACY THEATRE COLLECTIVE
Animacy Theatre Collective (ATC) is focussed on the creation of original, experimental and interdisciplinary theatre works. We tell stories that: are driven by women, use humor and physical storytelling to raise social awareness, and create characters who defy pre-existing borders (human, nonhuman, gender, sexuality). Our work focuses on physical theatre (mask [building and performance], clown, dance and improvisation), playwriting and multimedia to create research-based and devised plays. By collaborating with communities, artists, and grassroots activism we work to converge the artistic, social and environmental spheres, and to challenge interlocking structures of oppression in order to work towards social and environmental justice.
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For more information: http://animacytheatrecollective.com/