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Actors - (posted 5/15/15 by Spectrum Reach - formerly Charter Media Creative)

Diverse group of actors needed to be in a local television commercial. Commercial will air in the greater Madison market and on the web. You will be delivering a line to camera as well as doing cut away shots. Men & women of all ethnicities in the following age groups are needed. Gen Y (1980-1995), Gen X (1961-1979) and Boomers (1946-1964).

Must be available for one day the week of June 8th – 12th, 2015. The actual date will be determined when cast. Shoot will take place on Madison’s Eastside. Time required will be 6 hours. Payment will be $200 for the day.

RESPOND by Friday May 29th!

Please send headshot and resume to:
kelly.klaschus@spectrum.com

Kelly Klaschus
Producer Director Senior
Spectrum Reach (formerly Charter Media Creative)

Resident Light Designer, Asst Technical Director - (posted 5/14/15 by Edgewood College Theatre)

DESCRIPTION OF JOB:
Edgewood College Department of Theatre Arts seeks to fill a new part time position of light designer with some assistant technical director duties.

Successful candidates will have a demonstrated commitment to promoting diversity, inclusion, and multicultural competence in an educational and work environment and must be willing to contribute to the College’s strategic plan of inclusion.

Responsibilities:

 Create unique lighting designs for up to four productions a year in the Diane Ballweg Theatre.
 Mentor lighting design for the theatre for young audience touring show.
 Create simple, rep plot based light designs for other events as needed.
 Manage and maintain lighting inventory and equipment.
 Teach, train and mentor students in the lighting equipment, light board operations, design, hang and technical work of lights.
 Attend all production meetings, design meetings, and rehearsals for design as needed.
 Work with stage management students in the art and craft of calling cues as needed.
 Attend department meetings and participate within the department of theatre arts as needed.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS

Necessary Education or Work Experience:

Bachelors in a related discipline.

Required Skills and Knowledge:

One to two years of experience working in theatre light design and technical assistance.

Other Qualifications:

Demonstrate multicultural competence – the awareness, knowledge, and skills needed to work with others who are culturally different from self in meaningful, relevant, and productive ways.

The candidate must actively support the mission of the college by working with faculty, staff and students to share in our core values - truth, compassion, justice, partnership, and community.

Disclaimer:

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.

Deadline for applications: June 1, 2015.

To apply: Send a letter of application, resume, and references to:

Edgewood College
Human Resources – RLDA
1000 Edgewood College Drive
Madison, WI 53711
E-mail: humanresources@edgewood.edu
Equal Opportunity Employer

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.

Technical Theatre Director - (posted 4/23/15 by The Prairie School)

Technical Theatre Director: The Performing Arts Department of the Prairie School seeks an energetic, outgoing technical theatre professional to join our staff full-time in August of 2015. The Performing Arts Department is responsible for a variety of musical and theatre performances and serves the entire school population. A qualified candidate will hold a minimum of a Bachelor or Master of Arts Degree in Technical Theatre or related discipline, and have 3-5 years equivalent experience. Experience with set design and construction is required. Teaching students the art and craft of technical theatre in the classroom and theatre shop is also required along with a background in crew training and set painting and dressing. Digital lighting/programming and digital sound design/programming is strongly preferred.

The Prairie School, an equal opportunity employer located in Racine, Wisconsin, is a college preparatory, independent day school. The Prairie School serves an average of 650 students from early school through 12th grade. The School provides excellent working conditions with small classes. Salary and benefits are competitive. Salary is subject to experience and degree.

Interested candidates, who meet the qualifications, please send resume’ and cover letter to hr@prairieschool.com.

Technical Director - (posted 4/16/15 by Forward Theater Company)

Forward Theater Company is looking for an experienced Technical Director for its 2015-2016 season, beginning in October. Please click on this link for more information: http://www.forwardtheater.com/learn-more/employment-opportunities
or contact Monica Butler, Production Manager, mbutler@forwardtheater.com

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

Dance Instructors - (posted 4/8/15 by Forte Studios)

Forte Studios is looking for dedicated, high energy instructors to join our team for fall 2015! We are only 20 minutes from West Madison. The perfect person is reliable, knowledgeable, energetic, has great communication skills, loves working with kids, and can take control of a group while still having fun. Being able to teach multiple styles is a plus. The styles we are looking for are Hip Hop, Tap, Modern, Jazz, Ballet, Pointe, and Pre-School Dance. College training and/or previous experience is preferred. If you fit this description, we would love to hear from you! Please send your cover letter, resume and head shot to us at fortestudios102@gmail.com. Pay is negotiable based on experience and education. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

College Teaching Assistants - (posted 3/18/15 by Children's Theater of Madison)

Teaching Assistant
Children's Theater of Madison (CTM)
Summer Stage Program

About the position:
CHILDREN’S THEATER OF MADISON (CTM) seeks experienced, enthusiastic, & organized college aged Teaching Assistants for our Summer Stage program. Responsibilities include assisting in the supervision of students and during the final performance, taking attendance, and helping to create a positive and safe environment for students. These are contracted Limited Term Employment positions.

About the program:
Summer Stage (formerly Summer Drama School) has offered students an opportunity to gain training in acting, build confidence, work as an ensemble, exercise their imagination, and perform. Summer Stage programs are open to students entering grades 4K-12th. 3 Week programs culminate in a full scale production at the Overture Center for the Arts. 2 Week programs conclude in a black-box style performance that focus on student growth. One-Week programs are open to elementary and middle school students and finish with an informal showcase for family and friends.

To Apply:
Please send your resume to education@ctmtheater.org. Look over our offerings here (www.ctmtheater.org/take-a-class/summer-stage-2015) and let us know the program(s) that fit your schedule & interests.

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.

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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).

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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.

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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

Hip Hop Instructor - (posted 11/4/14 by Dance Attitudes)

Dance Attitudes is looking to fill a Hip Hop Instructor position immediately. We are looking for someone with a true love for kids and education. A fun, energetic, professional person with a passion for dance and its artistry. We currently have 8 hours available with opportunity for more as the studio is continuing to grow. You must be willing to work with students ages 5-adult, beginner to advanced skill level. 



Dance Attitudes is a highly reputable and national award winning dance studio, located in Janesville Wisconsin. We specialize in Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Irish, Hip Hop, Lyrical and Dance Tumbling. At Dance Attitudes, our positive and encouraging teachers show every one of our dancers, through difficult and challenging skills, that hard work produces achievement and high self-esteem.


Pay: Based on Experience

Start Date: Immediately
contact info.: email: barefeet777@yahoo.com
or call 608-754-4399

Irish Dance Instructor - (posted 7/23/14 by Schauer Arts & Activities Center)

Position available within the Schauer School of Dance to join our growing, non-competitive (recreational) Irish Dance program. Applicants should be competing at the Preliminary Championship level or higher and have at least two years experience teaching other students. Ideal candidate will be someone who wants to use their skills and passion for Irish Dance to educate the next generation about Irish culture. 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 your peers/ instructors. Send resume and/or portfolio describing dance experience as well as a summary of two significant accomplishments (min. of one example related to progression through Irish dance) to Classes@SchauerCenter.org.

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Costume Creators - (posted 5/22/15 by Evansville Community Theatre)

Are you good with a needle and thread? Do you like creating one-of-a-kind costumes? Are you looking to express your creative side? Evansville Community Theatre is looking for several people to help create costumes for our July 10-18 production of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe! All skill levels welcome! Please e-mail ECT at evansvillect@gmail.com if you have questions or are interested. We look forward to hearing from you! For more information about ECT: http://ecttheater.com

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.

Auditions for BITE THE APPLE - (posted 4/22/15 by Broom Street Theater)

Broom Street Theater is seeking 8 actors for Bite the Apple a sci-fi political thriller about corruption and human rights. In the country of Proper, people are given a future path upon birth, a fate from which they mustn’t stray; otherwise, they are declared fateless and forced into camps. When a genderless individual with a mysterious past lands in one of these camps, the corrupt scramble to maintain order. Knowledge will set the fateless free, if only they have the courage to bite the apple.

Auditions are Monday, June 1st and Tuesday, June 2nd from 6:30pm to 9:30pm at the Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center (935 Jenifer Street). An invitation-only callback will be held on Wednesday, June 3rd from 6:30pm to 9:30pm at the Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center.

Needed: Four men (ages range from early 20s to late 60s), three women (early 20s to late 50s), and one gender-neutral role (early 20s to late 30s). Preliminary auditions will be cold readings. Please arrive dressed to move. Contact writer/director Malissa Petterson at malissa.petterson@gmail.com with any questions or concerns.

Actors - (posted 2/16/15 by WISCOMEDY)

CALLING ACTORS: Sketch Comedy Series

A Madison-based sketch comedy group is looking for male and female actors interested in supporting roles for an ongoing YouTube sketch comedy series beginning late February.

All ages and levels of experience are welcome to apply. The humor is targeted towards the college 18-22 demographic for short three to seven minute SNL/Comedy Central style sketches.

Roles are available upon need as an ongoing 18 month filming schedule is planned. You do not need to be available for all 18 months. Only looking for those that want to be considered at any point of the filming process. A majority of filming will take place on weekends.

Auditions will be done individually by appointment only.
If possible, please send any film reels you have available online.
There is no compensation available at this time. Recurring actors will have paid opportunities as viewership grows.
Email: AnthonyE.Varga@gmail.com"

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