Reports To: Technical Director
Summary of the Job: This employee is responsible for the safe construction, installation, and removal of scenery as outlined by the Technical Director and /or Shop Foreman. A carpenter has demonstrated a sufficient level of competency in the application of all of the tools, materials, and methods used in the making and operation of safe and effective scenic elements for live theatre, in addition to motivation to participate in a fast-paced artistic environment.
Build scenery safely and efficiently
Rig scenery safely and efficiently
Report safety and staff issues to supervisor
Must attend all strike and load in work calls, unless excused by the Technical Director
Must wear all safety equipment required for a given task
Job may require heavy lifting, ladder work, and long hours
Additional Functions: Additional functions as assigned by the Technical Director and/or the Assistant Technical Director
Required Education/Experience: Formal or advanced training in carpentry or technical production.
Knowledge of all aspects of carpentry (framing, trim, etc.)
Knowledge of the basic aspects of welding and metal fabrication techniques
Demonstrated knowledge of basic aspects of stage rigging.
Knowledge and proficiency of all hand and power tools in the scene shop and theatre
The ability to work independently
A self motivator with the ability to motivate others
Ability to read and use a tape measure
Ability to read designer plates and working drawings
The willingness to do a project correctly, and guide others to do so
Disclaimer: Although Barter Theatre has attempted to accurately and thoroughly describe this position, Barter Theatre reserves the right to change the same, including to change, add, or to subtract from the duties outlined, within the sole discretion of Barter Theatre, at any time, with or without advance notice.
Please send resume and cover letter to Casper Eichin: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dresser Fall 2019
DRESSER FOR THE FALL 2019 REPERTORY CYCLE
The ideal candidate will have at least one year professional experience as a dresser. Experience in rotating repertory is a plus, but not a deal breaker. Start date is September 9, 2019; end date November 10 with a possible extension through December. Salary is $325 per week plus over time and housing. Between two stages, the 2019 season includes Shrek, The Producers, Wait Until Dark, La Cage Aux Folles, White Christmas and ten more titles – both new and classic. Send resume, references and portfolio to Alice Sullivan, Costume Shop Manager at email@example.com.
Wig & Makeup Intern
The ideal candidate will have at least two years higher education in theatre costuming with some hair, wig and makeup experience, or a cosmetology education with theatre experience. Contract dates are August 26 – Dec 31. Stipend plus housing. Send resume, portfolio and references to Alice Sullivan, Costume Shop Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.