MadStage - live theater, dance and comedy in Wisconsin.

Follow MadStage on Facebook Twitter

We thank for helping to support MadStage! Find out how you can help.


  MadStage Podcast


MadStage Email List

Talk about theater. Publicize shows. Join the MadStage email list!

Enter your email address, then click 'Join List'

Support MadStage

Make a donation to MadStage!
Click here to find out how...

 





 

 

How you can help support MadStage! Radio theater page Submit show information to MadStage Information about performance venues Wisconsin playwrights and scripts page Theater humor page Win Free Tickets! Thanks to all those who've contributed to MadStage in the past year! About MadStage Theater and dance classes, workshops, teachers and schools Performance links Performance-related job and volunteer opportunities, plus internship listings Dance Groups featured on MadStage Theater groups featured on MadStage Performance Calendar Home

Employment Opportunities

If you have Wisconsin theater, comedy, or dance-related jobs, information, or want ads you would like to post here, please submit them using this form. If you've filled a need that was posted here faster than you expected, email us and we'll remove the notice.

Advertising Sponsors

Mallats  

 

   

Jobs

Technical Director - (posted 7/28/15 by Bower City Theatre Company)

Bower City Theatre Company in Janesville, WI is seeking a Technical Director for its September 2015 production of LEGALLY BLONDE THE MUSICAL.

Rehearsals begin the first week of August and the show opens 9/18/15. Performances are the last 2 weekends of September.

Legally Blonde the Musical will be directed and choreographed by Broadway Veteran, Josh Walden, and performances will take place at the Janesville Performing Arts Center.

This is a great opportunity to work with a successful and established Regional Theater company.

If interested, please contact Brett J. Frazier at brettjfrazier@gmail.com for more information.

Thank you!

Talent - (posted 7/24/15 by John Deere Video/Photo Shoote)

John Deere is shooting photography & video for web use in the Madison area.
Riding Lawn Equipment, consumer lawn mowers. Riding experience not required, but helpful.
This is a 10 day shoot, July 29 - Aug 7.
You may be chosen for a half day or multiple days based on your schedule & talent.
Needed: 40 males & females, 35-45 of age, height/weight proportionate.
Men, hair preferred but not required.
Pay is $200 half day, $400 full day.

Casting Sessions - Saturday, July 25, 9am - 6pm, and Sunday July 26 11am - 5pm.
Courtyard by Marriott Madison East, 2502 Crossroads Dr, Madison WI 53718

No appointment required.

Call 206-679-3072 or email wygant1@mac.com if you have questions.
Thanks, Mark Wygant, Producer.

Patron Services Coordinator - (posted 7/22/15 by Janesville Performing Arts Center)

Janesville Performing Arts Center is currently accepting applications for a part-time Patron Services Coordinator.

Position Description:
Primary responsibilities include opening, staffing and closing the JPAC box office during events; providing patrons with the highest level of customer service both in person and over the phone; resolving patron ticketing issues; being proficient in JPAC policies and lobby/front-of-house and emergency procedures; performing evening lock-up procedures, providing timely and accurate responses to various customer inquiries; representing JPAC as the main contact at performances and events; overseeing volunteer House Managers, Ushers and Bartenders for each event; completing an event report following each performance; processing ticket orders with speed and efficiency; accurately processing cash, check and credit cards sales; performing data entry; providing feedback on current policies and procedures and finding innovative solutions to benefit the patron and JPAC.

Qualifications:
Qualified candidates will be able to think and act quickly to ensure a positive patron experience at every show; will have the ability to work with all levels of employees and with volunteers, as well as with representatives of resident groups and rental clients. The candidate will possess efficient data entry skills in the Choice ticketing system (Choice training will be provided), demonstrated skill in written and verbal communication; and have scheduling flexibility. Attention to detail is a must, as is the ability to prioritize and multi-task. Accurate cash handling and basic math skills are required; so is competence in researching and investigating the resolution of patron issues. Candidates will possess a confident personality, have the ability to work well with a team, be judicious in the exercise of discretion, and have a calm demeanor and sense of humor.

Compensation:
This position reports to the Sales and Marketing Manager. Schedule will largely occur during evening and weekend hours, typically Friday-Sunday, with additional times as needed. Each shift will average 4-5 hours. Compensation is $10.00/hr.

Qualified applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and at least three letters of recommendation by 5:00 p.m. on August 14, 2015. Position will begin mid-September.

Submissions can be emailed to info@janesvillepac.org, or mailed to:

Janesville Performing Arts Center
Attn: Beau Bisson
PO Box 8104
Janesville WI 53547

Education and Outreach Coordinator - (posted 7/22/15 by Janesville Performing Arts Center)

Janesville Performing Arts Center is currently accepting applications for a part-time Education and Outreach Coordinator.

Position Description:
JPAC’s Education and Outreach coordinator will create experiences that allow for the arts to educate, empower, and enrich the Janesville community. Existing Programs include: Creative Kids Classes, Summer Camp, School Time Inspire Series, Culvers Family Series, Master Class Series, Senior ‘Encore’ Program, a PTA Reflections partnership, P4J partnership, Family Fest, an annual fundraiser, an Education and Outreach Committee, and JPAC’s Youth Choir.

Position Functions and Responsibilities:
• Reporting to the JPAC Executive Director, this position coordinates all aspects of JPAC’s current education and outreach programming with a strong focus on increasing student registrations and event attendance.
• Recruit, train, schedule, and supervise a diverse team of teaching artists and assistants to lead classes, workshops, and camps.
• Establish contracts with all teaching artists and partner organizations and arrange invoices and payment as needed.
• Work with teaching artists to develop curriculum for arts classes, workshops, and camps for youth and adults.
• In collaboration with Executive Director, book and coordinate outside talent for Culvers Family Series and School Time Inspire Series.
• Coordinate outreach opportunities with local schools and other locations in the community and serve as the JPAC liaison at these sites.
• In collaboration with Executive Director and Technical Director, arrange space and needs for education classes, programs and events.
• Continuously build and foster relationships with students, families, educators, members of other educational organizations, afterschool programs, community partners, community leaders and individual community members.
• Work closely with Executive Director to develop further arts programming goals and objectives that achieve JPAC’s mission.
• Maintain accurate and thorough program records including: class lists, schedules, descriptions, teacher and student surveys, and other necessary documentation and support materials.
• Identify and implement program funding opportunities (grants, sponsors, etc) and assist in collecting relevant data and preparing reports for current and potential funders.
• Identify and work with local business sponsors and private donors to support education and outreach programming.
• Organize and administer scholarship program.
• Develop and carry out an annual fundraising event to unify community support and raise funds for educational outreach programming.
• Participate in annual budgeting process and monitor program spending to ensure it stays within the allotted budget and achieves revenue goals.
• Be able to operate JPAC’s Choice Ticketing system (training will be provided) for all class registrations and general ticket sales.
• Work closely with the Sales and Marketing Manager to promote educational outreach programming awareness and community visibility.
• Assemble, lead, and manage an education and outreach committee of volunteers who will assist in developing, planning, advertising, increasing community visibility, and implementing JPAC’s education and outreach programs, family arts day, and annual fundraiser.
• Oversee and serve as administrator for JPAC’s youth choir director
• Attend weekly staff meetings

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in theatre with an emphasis on arts education, or equivalent combination of education and experience in children’s theatre.
• Minimum 3 years theatre education experience preferred.
• Strong knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
• Possess accurate cash handling and basic math skills
• Must be highly organized and be able to multi-task on overlapping projects.
• Must be physically able to perform the essential functions of the position with an ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
• Must have excellent communication skills with the ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in written form.
• Must be able to work a flexible schedule, occupying certain weekdays, weeknights and weekends.

Hours of Work:
25 hours per week. Schedule varies and requires flexibility, occupying certain weekdays, weeknights and some weekends.

Compensation:
$12.00/hour – 25 hours/week
$20.00/class, when acting as instructor
Paid vacation, sick days and staff holidays
Additional hours and compensation may be available through staffing of special events, rentals, etc.

Qualified applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and at least three letters of recommendation by 5:00 p.m. on August 14, 2015. Position will begin mid-September.

Submissions can be emailed to info@janesvillepac.org, or mailed to:

Janesville Performing Arts Center
Attn: Beau Bisson
PO Box 8104
Janesville WI 53547

Orchestra Director - (posted 7/21/15 by Schauer Arts Center)

The goal of the Schauer Youth String Orchestra (SYSO) is to provide an outlet for youth string players to grow to their ultimate potential by introducing a variety of music and musical styles. Preferred candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and two or more years in conducting. The hourly, contracted position starts September 2015 and leads the program year-round. Send cover letter, resume, and references to Classes@SchauerCenter.org. Please no phone calls.
Visit http://www.schauercenter.org/CSA/Orchestra/OrchestraDirector_jobdescription.pdf for more information.

Choreographer - (posted 7/20/15 by New Berlin Eisenhower High School)

New Berlin Eisenhower High School is seeking a musical choreographer for the 2015-2016 production of Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida. We are looking for someone who is creative, innovative, and can work collaboratively with the production directors to create a fantastic learning experience for our students. The major styles of dance we are looking at infusing into the production are African and modern. Responsibilities include: collaborating with directors to create a vision for the dances within the show, planning, teaching, and providing feedback during the rehearsal process. Clearly, communicating, in a timely fashion, with the other directors via email. The commitment would be December through the end of February. The show dates are February 19th-21st and February 26th-28th. We are looking for a choreographer who can lead rehearsals Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 3:15-5:15. If you like further information regarding the choreographer position please contact Mary Kirby at mary.kirby@nbexcellence.org.

House Manager - (posted 7/14/15 by Schauer Arts Center)

The House Manager oversees front of house operations for performances. Includes supervision of volunteer staff, coordination of merchandise sales and lobby set ups, communication with box office and technical staff, and ensures that rules and safety procedures are adhered to. Successful House Manager will be able to troubleshoot problems quickly and effectively to guarantee patron satisfaction. Part time hours are nights and weekends aprox. 15-20 hours a month Sept-May, summer hours vary.
Apply by emailing complete application
http://www.schauercenter.org/AboutUs/JobApplication.pdf
to Sarah@SchauerCenter.org

Group Music Teacher - (posted 7/8/15 by Monroe Street Arts Center)

Monroe Street Arts Center is seeking a teacher for Group Music classes for fall 2015 semester. This will be a general music class offered to homeschool students as music enrichment to their curriculum. The selected candidate will be hired as an hourly part-time employee of the arts center. This is a position for teaching one 90 minute class weekly, with the possibility of offering more group music classes.
The Monroe Street Arts Center is a non-profit community school of the arts. Our mission is to engage a community of learners in exploring the arts and developing the creative self. We offer musical instruction in piano, violin, viola, cello, voice, guitar, trumpet and flute. In the visual arts we offer classes in drawing, painting, photography, print making as well as private one-on-one instruction.

Title: Group Music Teacher

Reports to: Executive Director and Program Manager

Hours: One 90 minute daytime class per week, with possibility to expand.

Rate: $20.00 per hour.


Job Skills and Qualifications:

Skills:
• Experience in group music instruction, ensemble direction and musical theater preferred but not necessary.
• Experience working with students, ages 6 and up in a group classroom setting.
• Proficiency on piano or in vocal performance.
• Must be well-organized with ability to work both independently and as a team in a fast-paced environment.
• Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree in music and/or education
• Minimum 1 year of teaching experience

The above listing of responsibilities may be subject to change and is not intended to be a complete listing of duties but merely a statement of examples of common duties to be performed. The Monroe Street Arts Center reserves the right to amend the above listing at any time at the discretion of the Executive Director and/or Board of Directors.

To Apply:
Please send cover letter, resume to Beth Jesion, Program Manager, Monroe Street Arts Center, 2526 Monroe Street, Madison, WI 53711 or email to beth@monroestreetarts.org. Applicants will be reviewed as submitted; position will remain open until filled.

Entertainers/Tour Guide - (posted 7/6/15 by Dells Food Tours)

Looking for performers/tour guides for local walking tours
17 & up
Fun & outgoing
Availability July - December
Part-time to start
Looking for actors, dancers, comedians, and even street performers to be tour guides for our upcoming 2015 season
Great for beginer or established actors and performers
Our passion is to entertain our guests with a unique and delicious Dells experience
Please send resume

Costume Designer - (posted 6/30/15 by Bower City Theatre Company)

Bower City Theater Company in Janesville, WI is seeking a Costume Designer for its September 2015 production of LEGALLY BLONDE THE MUSICAL.

Rehearsals begin the first week of August and the show opens 9/18/15. Performances are the last 2 weekends of September.

Legally Blonde the Musical will be directed and choreographed by Broadway Veteran, Josh Walden, and performances will take place at the Janesville Performing Arts Center.

This is a great opportunity to work with a successful and established Regional Theater company.

If interested, please contact Brett J. Frazier at brettjfrazier@gmail.com.

Thank you!

Piano, Voice and Class Room Music Instructors - (posted 5/13/15 by Monroe Street Arts Center)

Monroe Street Arts Center is seeking experienced teachers in Piano, Voice and Class Room Music Instruction. All selected candidates will be hired as hourly part-time employees of the arts center, and would be assigned one day of teaching with the possibility for additional days. Available days for teaching are Friday and Saturday. Teaching contracts would begin as soon as possible.
The Monroe Street Arts Center is a non-profit community school of the arts. Our mission is to engage a community of learners in exploring the arts and developing the creative self. We offer musical instruction in piano, violin, viola, cello, voice, guitar, trumpet and flute. In the visual arts we offer classes in drawing, painting, photography, print making as well as private one-on-one instruction.

Title: Piano and Voice Teachers, Class Room Music Teachers

Reports to: Executive Director and Music Department Head

Hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays from 3 to 8 pm and Saturday from 9 to 5.

Rate: $20.00 per hour


Job Skills and Qualifications:

Skills:
• Some experience in Suzuki and group lessons preferred but not necessary.
• Proficiency on piano or in vocal performance.
• Must be well-organized with ability to work independently and as a team in a fast-paced environment.
• Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree in music and/or education
• Minimum 1 year of private music teaching experience

The above listing of responsibilities may be subject to change and is not intended to be a complete listing of duties but merely a statement of examples of common duties to be performed. The Monroe Street Arts Center reserves the right to amend the above listing at any time at the discretion of the Executive Director and/or Board of Directors.

To Apply:
Please send cover letter, resume, and applicable music samples to Matthew Dahm, Music Department Head, Monroe Street Arts Center, 2526 Monroe Street, Madison, WI 53711 or email to matthewd@monroestreetarts.org. Applicants will be reviewed as submitted; position will remain open until filled.

Dance Instructor - (posted 4/12/15 by Odyssey Dance Studio)

Odyssey Dance Studio is currently seeking instructors for our Summer and Fall sessions! Odyssey is a new studio coming to Cottage Grove, WI. Looking for someone versatile in all styles of dance, but particularly preschool and/or hip hop. Please send resume to odysseydancestudio@gmail.com

Ballroom Dance Instructor - (posted 2/20/15 by Schauer Arts Center)

Candidate should have experience teaching beginning and intermediate ballroom of various styles (Swing, Waltz, Fox Trot, Rumba, Salsa, etc.) in a group environment. Must have the ability to relate well with people of all ages and to focus on making sure students not only learn, but have fun in class. Classes run year-round varying from 4-6 week sessions, private lessons, and one day workshops; scheduling is flexible.

Essential Job Functions
● Ability to implement Dance curriculum which supports the Schauer School of the Arts mission.
● Instruct children/young adults on dance technique, history, and terminology.
● Conduct end-of-the-semester evaluations, and provide feedback to parents/guardians, students, and administration.
● Prepare students for annual dance recital/showcase in May.
● Ensure a positive and safe experience for children and parents/guardians alike.
● This position requires the ability to work with parents/guardians, students of all ages, and Schauer Center administration.

Job Requirements & Qualifications
● Education: High School Diploma/GED or Equivalent
● CPR and First Aid Certified (or be willing to be certified)
● Must have knowledge in dance pedagogy, terminology, and history
● Must be able to provide reports and feedback on classes/students to Schauer Center administration
● Prior customer service experience is a plus but not required
● It is preferred that candidates have experience teaching youth and adults with academic and/or professional expertise in their discipline

Please send resume, cover letter, and three references Tianna Conway, Director of Education, c/o Schauer Arts Center, 147 N. Rural St, Hartford, WI 53027 or email Classes@SchauerCenter.org. No phone calls please. Open until filled. Successful completion of background check for selected candidate is required prior to employment. For more information about the Schauer School of the Arts, please visit SchauerCenter.org/CSA.

Pay Scale is $20-25/hr based on experience and education.

Irish Dance Instructor - (posted 2/20/15 by Schauer Arts Center)

Irish Dance Instructor
Applicants should be competing at the Preliminary Championship level or higher and have at least two years experience teaching other students. Ideal candidate will use their skills and passion for Irish dance to educate the next generation about Irish culture as part of a non-competitive (recreational) Irish dance program. Position will instruct ages 5-18 in the fundamentals of Irish dance, including: basics (line, turn-out, timing, posture), ceili forms, showmanship, and honor for peers/ instructors.

Essential Job Functions
● Ability to implement Dance curriculum which supports the Schauer School of the Arts mission.
● Instruct children/young adults on dance technique, history, and terminology.
● Conduct end-of-the-semester evaluations, and provide feedback to parents/guardians, students, and administration.
● Prepare students for annual dance recital/showcase in May.
● Ensure a positive and safe experience for children and parents/guardians alike.
● This position requires the ability to work with parents/guardians, students of all ages, and Schauer Center administration.

Job Requirements & Qualifications
● Education: High School Diploma/GED or Equivalent
● CPR and First Aid Certified (or be willing to be certified)
● Must have knowledge in dance pedagogy, terminology, and history
● Must be able to provide reports and feedback on classes/students to Schauer Center administration
● Prior customer service experience is a plus but not required
● It is preferred that candidates have experience teaching youth and adults with academic and/or professional expertise in their discipline

Pay Scale is $20-25/hr based on experience and education.

Please send resume, cover letter, and three references Tianna Conway, Director of Education, c/o Schauer Arts Center, 147 N. Rural St, Hartford, WI 53027 or email Classes@SchauerCenter.org. No phone calls please. Open until filled. Successful completion of background check for selected candidate is required prior to employment. For more information about the Schauer School of the Arts, please visit SchauerCenter.org/CSA.

Ballet Dance Instructor - (posted 2/20/15 by Schauer Arts Center)

Ballet Dance Instructor
Serve as the primary instructor of pre-ballet program for 3-6 year olds who are studying Creative Movement, Pre-Ballet, and Ballet/Tap Combo. Program follows a syllabus designed by the entire dance faculty. Ideal candidate must be responsible, have experience with children, and be able to work independently. Experience in multiple dance styles is considered a plus.

Essential Job Functions
● Ability to implement Dance curriculum which supports the Schauer School of the Arts mission.
● Instruct children/young adults on dance technique, history, and terminology.
● Conduct end-of-the-semester evaluations, and provide feedback to parents/guardians, students, and administration.
● Prepare students for annual dance recital/showcase in May.
● Ensure a positive and safe experience for children and parents/guardians alike.
● This position requires the ability to work with parents/guardians, students of all ages, and Schauer Center administration.

Job Requirements & Qualifications
● Education: High School Diploma/GED or Equivalent
● CPR and First Aid Certified (or be willing to be certified)
● Must have knowledge in dance pedagogy, terminology, and history
● Must be able to provide reports and feedback on classes/students to Schauer Center administration
● Prior customer service experience is a plus but not required
● It is preferred that candidates have experience teaching youth and adults with academic and/or professional expertise in their discipline

Please send resume, cover letter, and three references Tianna Conway, Director of Education, c/o Schauer Arts Center, 147 N. Rural St, Hartford, WI 53027 or email Classes@SchauerCenter.org. No phone calls please. Open until filled. Successful completion of background check for selected candidate is required prior to employment. For more information about the Schauer School of the Arts, please visit SchauerCenter.org/CSA.

Costume Designer - (posted 11/4/14 by Kids from Wisconsin, Ltd)

COSTUME DESIGNER Job Description – KIDS from Wisconsin

The Kids from Wisconsin is a non-profit, self-supporting organization Founded in 1969, the KIDS musical revue is presented at up to 70 shows every summer across Wisconsin and the Midwest. The KIDS are featured daily at the Wisconsin State Fair, and have earned a national reputation as a unique and highly professional performing group. Made up of 33 performers age 15-20 (singers, dancers, and instrumentalists), the KIDS affords young people an unforgettable musical experience as entertainers and ambassadors for Wisconsin.

Beginning with a 17 day Show Camp in early June, the KIDS tour throughout the summer, and end their season on or near the second last weekend of August.

**********************************************************

The Costume Designer of the Kids from Wisconsin is a contract position, serving at the direction of the producer. Review, assessment, and contract renewal will come from the Producer.

The principal duty of the Costume Designer is to design and fit costumes for the 33 members of the KIDS troupe for the two-hour show prepared in June, and showcased throughout the summer.

The position begins with initial artistic planning on or about the time of auditions (early February). The costume designer can begin to design once the troupe is selected in early March, with fittings scheduled for the end of May and rehearsal camp running through the majority of June. A few duties follow later in the summer (wardrobe adjustments, inventory at summer’s end, and storage).

**********************************************************

Performance sites vary and include high school auditoriums and gymnasiums, professional theaters, county fair grandstands, community amphitheaters, and small football stadiums. Of special note is an 11-day run at the Wisconsin State Fair where the KIDS perform twice daily at the Bank Mutual Amphitheater, a 1600-seat outdoor venue. Versatility and adaptability is required of the entire cast and crew while on tour, and is of extreme importance to the success of the show. The highest degree of professionalism is expected of everyone connected with the KIDS organization at all times. Over 100,000 people attend a KIDS show each summer.

The musical content of the 2-hour show consists of a staged, choreographed production of a wide variety of popular music - this can include country, disco, funk, rock, jazz, swing, Broadway revue, and music of popular artists in medleys, with band numbers in between each singer/dancer number. Costume changes, hand props and the music itself keep the fast-paced show moving. A basic white stage wash and a follow spot and operator are all that is required of the show. Special lighting effects and complicated lighting cues are used in only a small number of venues where experienced lighting staff is available. The KIDS have a clean-cut, all-American image, and costuming should be congruent with that image. Costume changes take place in a wide variety of dressing facilities, but are generally feasible since costumes are typically changed during the band features.

**********************************************************


Major responsibilities of the Costume Designer include:

• Design and build costumes for 20 singer/dancers for a variety show/music revue (normally 7 different outfits), in consultation with choreographer(s) and producer. This could involve ordering, shopping for, and/or building costumes.
• Designing, ordering/shopping/building and fitting costumes for 13 band members (2 outfits, changed at intermission), in consultation with producer.
• Find and supervise a seamstress for alterations. This expense is considered as part of the costume budget.
• Arrange fittings (normally in May over one or two days, typically Saturday and/or Sunday)
• Attend all or most of the 17 day show camp in June, as determined with producer
• Help organize and attend dress rehearsal(s) during rehearsal camp
• Be available for costume adjustments or changes during the first few shows of tour
• Operate within budget, as provided by producer
o Budget should hold into account; dry cleaning through the season, any luggage repair or replacements
o Seamstress help should be part of the determined budget
• Supervise inventory and storage of costumes including
o Cleaning of costumes
o luggage and props
o (volunteer help is available)

Special provisions:

• Housing and meals are provided during show camp at Wisconsin State Fair
• If necessary, KIDS organization credit card may be used, although many items can be ordered from Kohl’s at great discounts with a personal Kohl’s charge. The organization will reimburse all costuming and prop items.


For more information on the KIDS organization or questions regarding the duties of the Costume Designer position, please contact:

Mark Dorn, Producer
303-932-8866 or 303/963-3133
Marksdorn@gmail.com

Tina Weiss, Executive Director
414-266-7067
kidsfromwis@sbcglobal.net

Please submit all application materials to:
Mark Dorn
11726 W Radcliff Ave
Morrison, CO 80465

Or by email attachment to marksdorn@gmail.com

How you can help support MadStage! Radio theater page Submit show information to MadStage Information about performance venues Wisconsin playwrights and scripts page Theater humor page Win Free Tickets! Thanks to all those who've contributed to MadStage in the past year! About MadStage Theater and dance classes, workshops, teachers and schools Performance links Performance-related job and volunteer opportunities, plus internship listings Dance Groups featured on MadStage Theater groups featured on MadStage Performance Calendar Home

Alternative Compensation Opportunities!

Director Submitted Shows 2016-17 - (posted 7/26/15 by Sun Prairie Civic Theatre)

The Sun Prairie Civic Theatre Board of Directors is seeking play submissions for our 2016-2017 Season.

The Board is looking for director submissions for two musicals and one non-musical. One musical will be a mostly children/youth cast. An additional large musical will be selected by the Board. The play should be the kind of family entertainment Sun Prairie Civic Theatre audiences has been accustomed to for the past 45 years. All submissions must; be in writing, come from the proposed Director, include a synopsis of the show, cast numbers, and any special requirements. The Director may submit the name of any other staff members who are willing to work on the production. In addition, Directors are encouraged to supply any additional information that could help the Board in making a decision. More than one submission per director is permitted. Submission deadline is September 30th, 2015.

The SPCT Board of Directors will review all submissions and present qualified selections to the membership for an advisory vote in October 2015. The Board will make the final selection of shows and directors for the season no later than November 1st, 2015. Show dates are based on availability of our show venue, Cardinal Heights Upper Middle School. Our goal is to present the Children’s show in July of 2016, a small musical in late November/early December 2016 and a non-musical in late February/ early March 2017.

Please complete the form below and return to mailto:banjokintner@gmail.com or to:

SPCT
P.O. Box 132
Sun Prairie, WI, 53590

Director:
Name of Show:
Licensing Agency:
Cast gender and number:
Synopsis:

Stage Manager - (posted 5/15/15 by Mercury Players Theater)

Experienced Stage Manager needed for Mercury Players December production of “Gadzooks, Cinderella”, in which a financially-challenged Shakespearean company is reduced to performing a British panto version of Cinderella for the holidays. In the Bartell Theater the weekends of Dec. 11 and 18, with preview performances at the Stoughton Playhouse the weekend of Dec. 4. Rehearsals will start mid-October. This is community theater, so it is unpaid. Contact producer Bonnie Balke, bonster55@gmail.com, or director Stephen Murray, stephenfmurray@gmail.com.

How you can help support MadStage! Radio theater page Submit show information to MadStage Information about performance venues Wisconsin playwrights and scripts page Theater humor page Win Free Tickets! Thanks to all those who've contributed to MadStage in the past year! About MadStage Theater and dance classes, workshops, teachers and schools Performance links Performance-related job and volunteer opportunities, plus internship listings Dance Groups featured on MadStage Theater groups featured on MadStage Performance Calendar Home

Seeking jobs or internships

How you can help support MadStage! Radio theater page Submit show information to MadStage Information about performance venues Wisconsin playwrights and scripts page Theater humor page Win Free Tickets! Thanks to all those who've contributed to MadStage in the past year! About MadStage Theater and dance classes, workshops, teachers and schools Performance links Performance-related job and volunteer opportunities, plus internship listings Dance Groups featured on MadStage Theater groups featured on MadStage Performance Calendar Home

About MadStage.com

Send information, comments, comp tickets, and corrections to webmaster@madstage.com.

This site is provided as a free service. If you'd like to help spread the word, please link to our site from yours and mention it in your programs and mailings! If you find it useful and would like to help make it even better, contributions will be applied toward expenses and publicity for the site.

All material copyright 1997-2015 Toad Hall Productions. Logo designed and created by Maciek Smuga-Otto. All information is subject to change. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in these pages, MadStage.com assumes no responsibility for any inaccurate information including times, places and prices. Please inform us of any corrections or updates! We will post them as soon as they are brought to our attention. Last update: Tuesday, February 17, 2015 3:06 PM. As of today, MadStage has had more than 2123784 visitors!

 

How you can help support MadStage! Radio theater page Submit show information to MadStage Information about performance venues Wisconsin playwrights and scripts page Theater humor page Win Free Tickets! Thanks to all those who've contributed to MadStage in the past year! About MadStage Theater and dance classes, workshops, teachers and schools Performance links Performance-related job and volunteer opportunities, plus internship listings Dance Groups featured on MadStage Theater groups featured on MadStage Performance Calendar Home