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Actors Who Sing - (posted 9/27/16 by Palace Theater in the Dells)

The Palace Theater in the Wisconsin Dells announces submissions for its upcoming production of Miracle on 34th Street.

Seeking strong ACTORS who sing for all roles/ensemble.

Synopsis: In this Christmas classic, an old man going by the name of Kris Kringle fills in for an intoxicated Santa in Macy's annual Thanksgiving Day parade. Kringle proves to be such a hit that he is soon appearing regularly at the chain's main store in midtown Manhattan. When Kringle surprises customers and employees alike by claiming that he really is Santa Claus, it leads to a court case to determine his mental health and, more importantly, his authenticity. This is a classic holiday production will include various sung Christmas Carols

Rehearsals begin Monday, 10/24/16, opening Thursday, 11/10/16 and closing 12/28/16. Must be available for all rehearsal and performance dates. Please see performance schedule at www.dellspalace.com

Please submit your headshot, resume and performance video clips to dellspalacecasting@gmail.com by September 30, 2016.

All roles PAID
NON-UNION ONLY

Female Child Actor - (posted 9/27/16 by Palace Theater in the Dells)

The Palace Theater in the Wisconsin Dells announces SUBMISSIONS for the Role of Susan Walker for its upcoming production of: Miracle on 34th Street, adapted from the novel by Valentine Davies.

Directed by Michael Stanek

Seeking the role of Susan Walker: FEMALE CHILD (age 7 to 9, can be older if she looks younger) Precocious, wise beyond her years. She doesn’t believe.

Auditions will be held at The Palace Theater in Wisconsin Dells during the evening on Sunday, 10/9/2016. Please send your picture and resume to dellspalacecasting@gmail.com for an audition appointment. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!

Rehearsals begin Monday, 10/24/16, opening Thursday, 11/9/16 and closing 12/28/16. Must be available for all rehearsal and performance dates. Please see performance schedule at www.dellspalace.com

All roles PAID
NON-UNION ONLY
Anthony and Joseph Tomaska Casting Authority

Writers/Actors - (posted 9/23/16 by Are We Delicious?)

Audition Notice: Are We Delicious? Musical Heroes at the Barrymore Theatre

We are looking for singing and non-singing Madison-area performers/writers to join our ensemble of writer/actors for a single performance at the Barrymore Theatre December 2nd. Everyone writes and everyone acts. Singing ensemble members will collaborate with a hand-picked group of composer/musicians to create mini-musicals.

This audition is to fill final slots in a 9-person ensemble. We’re looking for really strong performers. Pre-cast ensemble members include Kelly Maxwell, Brad Knight, Karen Moeller, and Dana Pellebon. The backing band includes Sean Michael Dargan, Andrew Rohn, and Dave Adler.

Ensemble members receive a pre-set share of the box office commensurate with the audience size.

Audition date: Saturday, October 8th at 11 am at the new StageQ rehearsal space.

One Performance: December 2nd at 7:30 pm at the Barrymore Theater

Writing/rehearsals: seven meetings & rehearsals November 18th thru 21st, then Nov. 28 thru Dec. 2nd with no rehearsals/meetings during the Thanksgiving weekend.

Full details at: www7.mysignup.com/deliciousheroes

Performing Arts Center Manager - (posted 9/23/16 by Ashwaubenon School District)

The Ashwaubenon School District and Village of Ashwaubenon are seeking a full time Performing Arts Center Manager for our newly constructed 700-seat facility that serves both the Ashwaubenon Schools and Village of Ashwaubenon community.

Individual will be responsible for serving as the lead facility and program manager for the Ashwaubenon PAC and is responsible for managing all PAC dedicated staff and coordinating all performing arts activities and events that the PAC will house.

The Village of Ashwaubenon is a suburban community adjacent to the city of Green Bay and in the shadows of Lambeau Field. The Village, which currently has a population of 18,000, is approximately 110 miles north of Milwaukee.

For complete job description and application requirements please visit www.ashwaubenon.k12.wi.us/employment.cfm .

Application deadline is October 17, 2016.

Dance Instructor - (posted 9/21/16 by Dance Now! Dance Studios, LLC)

Dance Now! Studios located in Beaver Dam WI is expanding! We are currently looking to fill a part time teaching position in our new Watertown WI location. Position would be teaching 2 evenings per week. Candidate must be able to teach ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical and creative movement to all age groups/levels. Must be able to work independently, have excellent communication and organizational skills. Instructor must also be willing and able to certify with Dance Masters of WI in the future. Salary will be commensurate with experience. If interested, please submit resume and dance history to Julie at dancenowstudios@att.net

Artistic Director - (posted 9/14/16 by Beaver Dam Area Community Theatre)

Beaver Dam Area Community Theater
Artistic Director Job Description
Under the direction of the Managing Director and in support of the Beaver Dam Area Theater’s Mission Statement, the Artistic Director helps to ensure the artistic health and growth of BDACT.
Goals
• Oversee the production of professional quality shows within budget.
• Create a solid pool of voluntary qualified directors and production personnel through aggressive recruitment and by providing education, training, and hands-on learning.
• Provide continuity and a long range vision to maintain overall balance and variety of production performance genre and theme.

Goal 1: Oversee the production of professional quality shows within budget
Related Job Duties:
• Assure quality in technical areas of every show such as sound. Lights, costumes, sets, and props.
• Establish a positive relationship with all staff, voluntary and employed.
• When necessary, as determined by the managing director, direct one of the four main stage shows and/or Stage II productions.
• Be present at auditions and, at the request of the director, assist with casting when needed.
• Support and encourage show production staff as needed.
• Attend artistic director and production conferences, workshops etc. and facilitate networking for all BDACT, with any necessary funding to be approved by the board.
• Work with the Managing Director to ensure a consistent and appropriate public image in all internal and external communication. Broaden the involvement of BDACT in the community by serving as a spokesperson and liaison on behalf of the theater.
• Assist in developing and managing programming budgets.
• Together with the production management team, assess equipment for safety and usefulness, reporting concerns to the Managing Director.
• Create a monthly report for the board of directors.

Goal 2: Create a solid pool of voluntary qualified directors as well as on-stage and off stage production personnel through aggressive recruitment and by providing education, training, and hands-on learning.
Related Job Duties:
• In the spirit of community involvement, aggressively encourage and recruit volunteer directors who are qualified and / or are interested in further developing their skills.
• Attend rehearsals and provide feedback as appropriate and needed, giving support, encouragement, and cooperation.
• Supervise the maintenance and implementation of written procedures and manuals for technical, directorial, and production staff.
• Supervise and support the volunteer management team (costumes, props, sound, and lights).
• Encourage, support, help organize, and, at times, even facilitate training sessions, workshops, and other educational opportunities.


Goal 3: Provide continuity and a long range vision to maintain overall balance and variety of productions especially with regard to genre and theme.
Job Related Duties:
• Encourage, inspire, and develop ideas for second stage programming, such as short plays, play readings, etc.
• Expand revenue sources by contracting and organizing tour shows, guest artists, etc.
• Provide outreach opportunities such as group attendance at professional theater productions, visiting artists, and workshops by professional theater resource people.

Schedule:
Time which is necessary to achieve the above stated goals and job duties. It is understood that this position is part time with the potential to grow with the organization.

To apply, please send your cover letter, resume, and references to:

Beaver Dam Area Community Theatre
P.O. Box 216
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
Email: info@bdact.org

Sound Designer - (posted 9/11/16 by Sun Prairie High School)

Seeking Sound Designer for high school productions. We produce 3 shows each school year - a musical, play, and student-directed show.

The Sound Designer is responsible for obtaining all sound effects, whether recorded or live for a specific production. He/She is also responsible for setting up the sound playback equipment and make sure the board operator is properly trained. For musicals, sound designer is also responsible for mic-ing actors and musicians. The Sound Designer will also train and supervise student technicians, who mic students and run the soundboard for all performances.

The Sound Designer must attend all production meetings (every other week until tech) and possibly some specific meetings with the Director.The Sound Designer must attend some acting rehearsals and all Technical/Dress rehearsals. The Sound Designer must be able to find the time to make changes in the cues between rehearsals. Also, realize that there may be extra time required to train and work with students.

For more information, or to apply, please email Amy Frank at aefrank@sunprairieschools.org

Lighting Designer - (posted 9/11/16 by Sun Prairie High School)

Seeking Lighting Designer for high school productions. We produce 3 shows each school year - a musical, play, and student-directed show.

The Lighting Designer is responsible for the design and installation of the lighting for each production. This includes developing an overall look for the show, creating a plot, hanging and focusing fixtures, and programming lighting cues. The Lighting Designer will also train and supervise student technicians, who will run the event. The Lighting Designer must be familiar with how to hang, circuit, focus, etc. Must be able to program on an ETC Ion light board. There is a small budget to rent or purchase additional items.

Time commitment: The Lighting Designer must attend all production meetings (every other week until tech) and possibly some specific meetings with the Director. The Lighting Designer must attend some acting rehearsals and all Technical/Dress rehearsals. The time commitment is relatively short, but intense. The Lighting Designer must be able to find the time to make changes in the cues between rehearsals. Also, realize that there may be extra time required to train and work with students.

For more information, or to apply, please email Amy Frank at aefrank@sunprairieschools.org

Dance teacher - (posted 8/29/16 by Evoke Arts)

We are currently expanding and are looking for dance teachers specializing in teaching street dance, ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, cheer or yoga.
As one of our dance teachers you will:
1. Deliver teaching sessions to students of different ages.2. To prepare dance pieces for students for their end of year production.
We are looking for someone with:

Qualifications and/or training in dance or performing arts.
Passion for working with and inspiring young people;
Strong ability to choreograph and teach within your styles
A good working knowledge of the dance and performing arts industry;
Enthusiasm, passion, patience and self-discipline;
The ability to work with others, at all levels, as part of a team;
Organizational skills and self/time management skills;
To be resourceful and adaptable, with the ability to solve problems.
Application form - www.evokeartshigh.com/#!dance-teacher-applications/rr5b2

Costume Designer - (posted 8/12/16 by Madison East High School)

Madison East High School is accepting applications for costume designer for the 2016-2017 season. The productions will be a touring Theatre For Young Audiences show, and a show to be determined in April. Applicants can submit a resume to Paul Milisch at pmilisch@madison.k12.wi.us

Sound Design - (posted 7/22/16 by University of Wisconsin-Waukesha County)

Sound designer needed to oversee and train students as part of a three show season. Flexible schedule to be arranged and scheduled for occasional afternoon and evening work calls and training sessions. Interested individuals should email current resume and cover letter to steven.decker@uwc.edu .

Part-time voice teacher - (posted 7/19/16 by Academy of Sound)

www.academyofsound.org/employment

Academy of Sound is accepting applications for a part-time voice lesson teacher.

The primary duties of this position are to prepare for and teach private voice lessons to students and adults at all levels, in half-hour or 45-minute blocks.


Selection factors include:

-Have a degree in music education, voice, piano, or collaborative piano
-Undergrads currently completing a music major or minor, with teaching experience, may be considered
-Mastery of, and ability to communicate, the essentials of healthful singing
-Basic piano accompanying skills
-Have excellent knowledge of repertoire, and the ability to choose level-appropriate music for students
-Have reliable transportation and no potential conflicts with our teaching schedule (voice studio operates in Oregon, WI on Wednesdays and/or Thursdays between 3pm - 9pm, from mid-September 2016 through May 2017)
-Be able to commit to this position through May 2017 -- ideally longer
-Be comfortable working with kids and adults in a private lesson setting -- background check required
-Have experience working one-on-one with students, in a music or similar teaching setting
-Ability to teach other instrumental lessons is helpful, for substituting and/or additional teaching opportunities
-This is a part-time employee position (not a 1099/contractor role)

Please send a music-related resume and cover letter describing why you would be great for this position to: office@academyofsound.org

Dance Choreography - (posted 7/16/16 by Pure Gravity Fitness Pole Dance & Aerial Arts)

Teach Dance Choreography from contemporary movement, hip hop to belly dance & exotic dance. This is a part time position paid hourly. Studio is located downtown Beloit WI. We are an aerial arts studio. Please contact Kyra at Pure Gravity Fitness. 608-751-1330

Teaching Artist/ Children's Theatre Director - (posted 6/29/16 by Lake Country Playhouse)

Lake Country Playhouse is looking for exceptional teaching artists to bring the joy of acting, musical theatre & technical theatre to students throughout Lake Country during the 2016-17 school year. Our LCP Young Artist program continues to grow every year, and we need gifted teachers and performers willing to share their art on a part time basis. Qualified candidates should have a BA (or equivalent experience) in theater, as well as directing experience, and exceptional organizational skills. Ability to choreograph or music direct for a show is a plus.

Teaching Artist responsibilities include teaching intro, beginner and intermediate acting and music classes, and other related courses, and directing at least two productions a year from a variety of genres. The teacher is expected to be a flexible team player and be sensitive to working with students with a wide range of abilities and goals. We will explore the themes, stories and characters of classic musicals like Alice In Wonderland (2014), Peter Pan (2015), Into the Woods & Robin Hood (2016) and through dance, song and creative play.

Responsibilities:
• Work with LCP Young Artist Education Director to learn curriculum and preferred teaching strategies and program outcomes.
• Plan and lead classes at Lake Country Playhouse in a variety of theatrical arenas including Acting, Improv, and Audition Prep.
• Arrive for scheduled programs on time and prepared; ensure that programs are on schedule within allotted classroom times; work with teachers to guide students in relevant and appropriate behavior/actions.
• Communicate with LCP Young Artist Education Director regularly; consult LCP Young Artist calendars and request necessary information from LCP Young Artist Education Director

Qualifications
• Mature, responsible and enthusiastic individuals who enjoy sharing their passion with students in grades K-12.
• Capable of independently leading exciting and challenging classes that engage students and use multiple teaching strategies to deliver lesson plans.
• Role models who build meaningful connections with students through positive reinforcement, effective classroom management and clear boundaries.
• Experience with parents, teachers, and students required with the ability to react quickly and communicate effectively in time sensitive situations.
• Committed to the art form of musical theater and/or arts education
• Demonstrated performance and singing experience
• Strong interpersonal and group facilitation skills
• Ability to meet performance standards including attendance, reporting and punctuality
• Reliable automobile

TEACHER Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Contract Period: September 2016-May 2017 (school year)
Hours: Part-time, 2-4 days/week; 5-10 hours/week between 5pm-9pm
Salary & Benefits: Pay is determined by the level of education and years of service in the field of teaching. Extra hours for rehearsals and performances will be required. Hourly pay for instruction hours + Monthly mileage stipend.

To Apply:
Email Resume, cover letter and references to Katie Behrend Berg at katieebehrend@gmail.com

Acting - (posted 4/19/16 by Ghost Boat, Dells Boat Tours)

Ghost Boat and Dells Boat tours are offering PAID acting jobs! A great way to add to your acting resume.

Location: Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin

Hours: 7:00 pm to 10:00 or 11:00 pm, depending on how busy we are.

Start/End dates: Friday 27 May 2016 to 31 October 2016 ( These dates are VERY flexible and we are willing to work with your schedule.

Starting Wage: $9.00 an hour

Job Details : We run 7 days a week . The Job consists of using special effects makeup,costuming, and acting/scaring talents to create Characters for a turn of the century mining "Ghost" town. We have numerous straight scaring roles and several improvisational acting roles.

Contact information: Email cover letter and resume to Chase Wright at wrightfx2.0@hotmail.com

Children's Theatre Director - (posted 4/12/16 by Brookfield Center for the Arts)

We have openings for enthusiastic individuals for the following positions:
Private Music Lessons
Group music lessons
Theatre Classes
Drama Production
Various other Music and Drama Classes.

If you want work that have a significant positive impact on children's lives...
If you want to work on a team with other passionate, high-performing and talented people...
If you want an unprecedented opportunity to learn, grow and develop yourself...
If you are looking for something fun, challenging, fast paced and meaningful. . .
Then you have found your dream job!

You are the rock star we are looking for if you are creative, resourceful and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment. You are a self-starter, have detail organizational and problem-solving skills, and you can manage tasks efficiently and effectively. As you will be interacting with every member of the team, families, and children you need to have strong communications skills, all with a positive, supportive and charming nature.

Work Experience:
2+ years of relevant work experience in the arts, music, drama or Education

Other expectations/skills:
Passion for the Arts
Excellence and world-class quality work is the only acceptable standard.
Positive, friendly and good humored personality.
Mature, wise, poised and polished professional.
Fast, efficient and proficient work.

E-mail: molly@brookfieldcenterforthearts.com if interested.

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Alternative Compensation Opportunities!

Director - (posted 9/20/16 by Sun Prairie Civic Theatre)

The 2017-2018 Theatre Season Play Selection

The Sun Prairie Civic Theatre Board of Directors is seeking submissions for our 2017-2018 Season. The Board uses a director submitted approach for three of our shows – 1 musical, 1 nonmusical, & 1 children’s show. The board also selects one large musical. These would be for shows running between August 1, 2017 and July 31, 2018.

If you have a play or musical you have always wanted to direct, you can submit a proposal along with your name as director for consideration. The play should be the kind of family entertainment Sun Prairie Civic Theatre audiences has been accustomed to for the past 47 years. Along with submitting the play or musical you will be asked to submit a synopsis of the show, cast numbers, and any special or unusual requirements. You may submit the name of any other staff members who are willing to work with you on this production. More than one submission per director is permitted. The SPCT Board of Directors will review all submissions and present qualified selections to the membership for an advisory vote on November 20, 2016. Performance dates will be determined after show selection and in conjunction with the Sun Prairie Area School District’s scheduling process. The Board will make the final selection of shows and directors for the season.
Submission deadline is November 11, 2016. Submit to:
SPCT 2017-2018 Play Season
P. O. Box 132
Sun Prairie, Wisconsin 53590

Artistic Director - (posted 9/15/16 by Broom Street Theater)

WANTED: ARTISTIC DIRECTOR FOR BROOM STREET THEATER

The AD will:

Choose the seasons plays
Serve on the board
Mentor new directors and playwrights
Be the public face of the theater.

For a full list of job specifications, go to bstonline.org/ad-job

The applicant will be mentored into the position by the current AD. There is a small stipend. To submit, send a cover letter explaining why you want the job and why you think you would be good for it along with a resume to ad-job [at] bstonline [dot] org.

Submissions must be received by 10/07/2016.

Casting Call - (posted 8/22/16 by Chicago 139 Productions)

Chicago 139 Productions is now casting Staydream, a new original comedic web series to be shot and produced in Madison, Wisconsin, with filming to begin in September.

Submit headshot, resume, and reel (if any) to: staydreamtv+casting@gmail.com. Put the name of the role you'd like to audition for in the email subject line. We'll email you sides (script pages) and instructions for you to create an audition video for your desired role. You only need to audition for one role; we'll automatically consider you for all parts that fit you.

LOGLINE:

A young film student wonders why her life can't be more like the classic films she's studying.

SYNOPSIS:

When she is denied the opportunity to attend USC to study film, Steffie stays at home and attends the local university only to find that if you don’t pursue your dreams, they may pursue you.

STAYDREAM
Web Series
NON-UNION
Rate of Pay: Deferred Pay. Copy, Credit, Meals
Usage: Internet

Producer / Casting Director: Dave Grundgeiger
Director: William Hawk Edwards
Writer: Peter Rambo
Audition Date(s): flexible
Start Date: 09/10/2016
Location: Madison, WI USA

SEEKING:

KURT (Series Regular)
45 to 55 years old, Caucasian male. Steffie's father. Kurt is of German decent, the second generation to be born in the US. A long time film lover, Kurt has always shared (never pushed) his passion with his kids. Kurt is a loving father and husband. He is not irresponsible, but practical matters don't interest him. The actor doesn't need to be of German decent. The character doesn't have a German accent.

MARIA (Series Regular)
45 to 55 years old, Caucasian female. Steffie's mother. Down to earth, accountant type. Her heritage is Irish/Italian. Maria was an artist (musician or painter) in grade school through high school and was good, but gave it up in college to focus on her studies. She would never discourage her children from following a dream, but she would be the first to tell them that there’s no shame in making a good living and putting food on the table.

TOUR GUIDE
18 to 25 years old, all ethnicities, male or female. A bubbly college student who volunteers to show new freshmen around. Think Game Show Host.

SECURITY OFFICER
25 to 55 years old, all ethnicities, male. Uniformed security guard. Having your own uniform is a plus. (We will block out any logos.) One line.

MR. SMITH
50 to 99 years old, Caucasian male. "Old timey prospector type.” Aging, weathered, beaten. A short comedic role as the founder of a small college campus. One line.

TEACHER
25 to 70 years old, all ethnicities, male or female. An elementary school teacher for a single scene.

CHILDREN
5 to 8 years old, all ethnicities, male or female. Little kids that will appear on camera and answer a single question.

WOMAN
18 to 25 years old, all ethnicities, female. A young woman handing out flyers to an art show that our main character meets on a college campus.

STUDENT 1-4
18 to 25 years old, all ethnicities male or female. Four college aged students. Each has one line.

Director of Children's Show - (posted 7/18/16 by Sun Prairie Civic Theatre)

Sun Prairie Civic Theater is seeking a director for its 2017 children's show. This is a volunteer position. Cast would be between 40 – 60 young persons between the ages of 8 and 18. The director would also be assisted by a number of high school interns with theater experience. Interested directors would have input on show selection, production dates, and rehearsal dates, as well as other staffing. Selection of this director should be made in November 2016. Please submit letters of interest by October 31st, 2016 to SPCT Summer Show, P. O. Box 132, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin 53590. Submit letters of interest to SPCT Summer Show, P. O. Box 132, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin 53590.

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Seeking jobs or internships

Sound OP/Designer, Audio Engineer - (posted 11/30/15)

Hello my name is Brandon Revels and I am looking for a position as an Audio Engineer for theatrical performances. I have many years of experience with music and theater as well as a degree from MMI in Recording and Music Technology.

Experience

August 2013 to Rock River Repertory Theater Edgerton, WI
Present Sound/Light Operator/Freelance
• Ran sound for rehearsals of Spamalot
• Light Operator for all 5 performances of Spamalot


January 2013 to Children’s Theater of Madison Madison, WI
Present Sound Operator/Freelance
• Run sound for theatrical performances when main Sound Operator/Designer isn’t available to do so or when he needs help
• Use QLab to play sound effects.
• Sound Operator for Too Many Frogs and Then They Came for Me in The Playhouse at The Overture Center for the 2012-2013 season


October 2011 to Captive Soundz Woodstock, IL
Present Audio Engineer/Light Operator
• Load audio and lighting equipment in and out of venue
• Mic up instruments and setup audio/lighting equipment
• Run equipment checks such as sound check and lighting check
• Run sound or lights depending on show and how many people are working
• Run analog and digital consoles
• Worked with such bands as URMOM, Convoy, Whiskey Dick, Cover This-Chicago, Screw City Saints, Logan Mize, Cary and Crud, Rough Riders, Decades Rock Band, Vinyl Thunder, Chris “Stinger” Stevens, 2211, 69South, Shabang, Gnomesain, Money, Pablo and The Rythmix, Sushi Roll, Tripping Tarzan Johnny Can’t Stop, and The Cal Stage Band

Oct. 2005 to Edgerton Performing Arts Center Edgerton WI
Present Sound Operator/Designer and Light Operator/Freelance
• Run both the sounds and lights systems for theater productions and concerts
• Set up microphones, both wireless and corded.
• Design the sound plot for theater productions and help with light set up and operation.
• Supervise tech crew as well as the Stage Manager/Crew.
• Experience on Yamaha GA32/12 and IM8 mixing consoles; experience with Shure, Crown and Sennhesier products. Experience with a Turbosound/Yorkville speaker system.
• helping with the Wartman Endowment for the Arts Artists Series
­ worked with Roy Clark, Motown Records’ The Midnight Movers, Karkowska Sisters Duo, and The Alley Cats

Education
Sept. 2008 to Madison Media Institute Madison WI
Jan. 2010 Associates in Recording and Music Technology
Training in/with:

• Reason3/4
• Logic 8/9
• Pro Tools8 LE
• SSl4000G/E
• Trident 80C
• MTR on 2”
• RADAR
• Pro Tools 8HD
• Avid D-Command
• Avid C-24
• Mic placement, polar patterns
• The use of industry standard outboard gear
• Using industry standard microphones
• Setting up a basic small venue sound system

Sept. 2004 to Edgerton High School Edgerton, WI
June 2008 High School Diploma
Member of Tech Crew for all school district theater productions

Personal: Pro Tools 8HD Operator Certification. Some experience as well with graphic design.

Keywords: Computer skills (MAC/PC) and good technical skills, quick learner, problem solving skills, well educated, excellent memory.

References: Available Upon Request

Fell free to Contact me at:

Email:brevelsaudio@yahoo.com
Phone:(608) 884-9024 or (608) 501-8346

Technical Director, tech work - (posted 1/30/13)

John Peruzzi
(608) 434-4438 • johnperuzzi@gmail.com • 610 West St. Baraboo, WI 53913

Skills
• Comprehensive knowledge of theatrical carpentry, lighting, rigging, and welding.
• Skilled at problem solving, mechanical innovation and on the spot troubleshooting.
• Experience leading crews ranging from union technicians to high school students.

Technical Experience
Sand County Contracting, Baraboo, WI (8/11-present)
Expiditer
Salaried position for remodeling company. Duties include purchasing and delivery of all materials to jobsites, permit applications, scheduling, facility and fleet maintenance, punchlist duties

Victory Gardens Theater, Chicago, IL (4/09-7/11)
Technical Director
Full time position for Tony Award winning theater company in Chicago. Led build from page to stage, budgeting, estimations of time and labor, supervision of scenic carpenters and union painters, maintenance of scene shop, tools, and theater facilities.

Tightship Scenic, Chicago, IL (1/05-present)
Technical Director
Production company providing services to small theater companies, custom design and building for residences, scenic painting, permanent display cases, and outdoor scenery. Clients include The City of Chicago, Friends of the Chicago River, Cirque Shanghai, Museum of Contemporary Art, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago Park District, bars, restaurants, and residences.

Lookingglass Theater Company, Chicago, IL (11/06-6/07)
Master Carpenter
Set construction, rigging, supervision of build crew / load in / load out, consultation with Technical Director about installation, budgeting, and crew schedules.

Redmoon Theater, Chicago, IL (4/05-11/06)
Build Manager
Set construction and design work for outdoor spectacle theater. Construction of, moving water stages, kinetic sculpture, collapsible cakes, roving death mobiles, and mechanical wonders. Managing crews, coordinating with Technical Director concerning build schedules, new hires, and interns in addition to leading build.

Performance Space 122, New York, New York (5/01-12/04)
Assistant Technical Director
Theater jack position with internationally acclaimed dance and performance art venue in the east village. Maintenance of tools, lighting equipment, scenic inventory and theatrical supplies. Leadership skills employed heading load in and strike crews, programming light board, teaching interns, planning of work schedules, and shop budgeting. Frequent lighting design work for smaller projects, receptions, and short run performances.

Special Skills: Autocad literate. Ability to drive large vehicles and trailers, manual transmission, Valid Wisconsin driver’s license, Hazcom certified, FOID Card, Lead Safe Removal certified

Education: B

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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