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The theater is a collaborative art form.  Even one-person shows can’t be done on their own.  (At the very least, you need at least one person in your audience!)

The cool thing about meeting the right collaborator is that your energy to make something happen doubles, triples, and increases exponentially with each person you add.  And then one day, you’ll find yourself sitting in a Broadway theater teching your show, looking around at the hundred people working on it with you. . . and remembering when it was just you, in your room, with an idea (yes, I’ve had this moment several times).

This is why we encourage TheaterMakers to meet other TheaterMakers and get them signed up on their show, or simply just meet for coffee and brainstorm!

And, believe it or not, one of the most common questions I get asked is . . . “Ken, where can I find a Director/Designer/Composer/Orchestrator/Actor, etc.”  Shocking, right?  Because we all know how many people are desperately looking to work as a Director/Designer/Composer/Orchestrator/Actor, etc.

That’s why we’ve started a TheaterMaker Production Team Database . . . so when you need someone for your show . . . or if you’re a TheaterMaker looking for a job on a show . . . you know where to look.

Post your profile if you’re a Director of plays or a Choreographer of musicals.  Or a Writer, Investor, Designer or whatever.

Search through the profiles if you’re looking for any of the above, or are just looking to meet someone who shares the same passion of making shows as you do, and see what you can cook up together.

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Ask yourself.  What do you have to lose by signing up?  And putting yourself out there?

Only a possible collaboration that could take you exactly where you want to go.

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David Gallo Design- Experienced Associate Scenic Designer

WHO: David Gallo Design

POSITION: Experienced Associate Scenic Designer

DESCRIPTION: Scenic and Media Designer David Gallo is seeking a top-quality associate scenic designer to work on a project basis. Broadway experience is required. Must be proficient in AutoCAD; 3D Max is a plus. Only local NY/NJ candidates with stellar skills will be considered. A proactive work ethic, excellent communication skills and follow-through are necessary. There is potential for multiple and future projects.

Job Starts: Sept 2-flexible Job Ends: TBD

To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to jan@davidgallo.com by Friday August 23rd .

 

Marketing/Administrative Assistant – Broadway Fantasy Camp

Marketing/Administrative Assistant for Broadway Fantasy Camp

Description:

The ideal candidate must have strong knowledge of Broadway. They must be detailed-oriented and accurate maintaining names and numbers. Must have excellent organizational, communication (written and oral), and interpersonal skills. Must also possess the ability to prioritize and multi-task, quickly learn and have strong recall in a fast-paced work environment. Must be professional and comfortable when engaging with vendors and clients.

Duties will include:

Maintain and create content for Broadway Fantasy Camp social media accounts, with focus on Facebook and Twitter
Edit, resize, and archive photos using iPhoto, or Preview, or other basic program
Keep content of databases current
Maintain lists and contacts
Create flyers and gift certificates
Write/edit promotional material
Conduct general research and create/update spreadsheets
Support other staff in various projects
Daily office and administrative duties
Basic iMovie editing
Maintain Google AdWords campaign
Analyze and create Google AdWords and Google Analytics statistics and reports
Cold call various organizations
*Must be proficient with:
Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, YouTube, WordPress, ChimpMail

Compensation: $10/hour. Must be available Monday-Friday, 3-4 hours/day, during traditional business hours.
Candidate must be available through end of 2012.

Job Start: ASAP

Interested candidates should submit cover letter highlighting why you are an ideal candidate for Broadway Fantasy Camp and resume with three references to assistantjob@earthlink.net

Job Start Date:
8/13/2012
Job End Date:
12/31/2012
Company:
Broadway Fantasy Camp

Address:

NY, NY 10019
US
Contact:

anon-046047-1344028330@anon.playbill.com

Part-Time Developer

The Pekoe Group

Your responsibilities would include:
Duties will include coding and maintaining a variety of websites, some hand-coded and some built on a CMS. You will also be responsible for building out new websites in conjunction with our design team to meet client specifications.

Qualifications and Experience:
At least one year of professional work experience – agency experience a plus.
Strong organization skills, ability to deal with changing priorities and a great attitude are expected.
Must be an expert in HTML & CSS.
Must be highly proficient in JavaScript & PHP.
A love of theatre is a plus.
This position is for IMMEDIATE HIRE.

TO APPLY:
Email your cover letter, resume & portfolio.
Please include the date you can start and any wage requirements in your cover letter.
Please submit links to at least three projects and describe your role in each of them.
Please include DEVELOPER in the subject line.
This is a part-time position.
Absolutely no phone calls.

Salary:
Hourly
Company:
The Pekoe Group

Address:

New York, NY 10036
US
Contact:

anon-045709-1342650650@anon.playbill.com

Marketing Manager – National Yiddish Theatre – Folksbiene

The National Yiddish Theatre – Folksbiene is seeking a hands-on marketing professional. Responsibilities include: overseeing website renovation, providing website maintenance, creation and maintenance of marketing schedule/calendar, all season and single ticket marketing including brochures, postcards, email and social media outlets, coordination of graphics, purchase of advertising, media buys, creating production programs, creating and managing membership solicitations and privileges, supervising group sales manager. Desired starting date: August 1 to August 15. The candidate should have at least 5 years of professional marketing experience.
Please send cover letter and resume resume. EOE.

Profile:
Founded in 1915, the National Yiddish Theatre – Folksbiene is the nation’s preeminent professional Yiddish theater and the longest continuously operating Yiddish theater in the world. Its mainstage productions, children’s productions and touring shows play to some 30,000 individuals each year. English and Russian supertitles make the Folksbiene’s award-winning Yiddish productions accessible, enjoyable and relevant for audiences of all ages and backgrounds who seek to understand the diversity, history and culture of the city. At least one show each season is in Yiddish; other shows are in English and provide an insight into Yiddish culture and promote Jewish continuity. In 2007 the National Yiddish Theatre – Folksbiene received a special Drama Desk award “for preserving for 92 consecutive seasons the cultural legacy of Yiddish-speaking theatre in America.”

 

Job Start Date:
8/1/2012
Union Information:
AEA
Salary:
$45-50,000
Company:
National Yiddish Theatre – Folksbiene

Address:

New York, NY 10001
US
Contact:

anon-045632-1342452730@anon.playbill.com

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