Audition Notices

ALICE: In Pantoland

Audition Dates: September 20th, 23rd & 24th

Audition City: Halifax

Production Name: Alice: In Pantoland

Submission Deadline: Sept 10th, 2021

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Join the Neptune Team! 

 

Submission Details


Application deadline is October 1st, 2021.
Please submit a detailed cover letter and resume by email to the attention of Michael Erwin,
Production Manager at: work@neptunetheatre.com
Include Head of Staging in the subject, and be prepared to provide three or more references.
Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted further.

 


Scenic Carpenter

About the Position
Reporting to the Head Scenic Carpenter, and working as an integral member of the production team of Neptune Theatre, the Scenic Carpenter contributes to the construction of all required scenic elements for our productions. The Scenic Carpenter also assists with the installation, operation and maintenance of all scenic elements and carpentry equipment as required by the Technical Director, according to established budgets and schedules.

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Props Builder

About the Position
Working as an integral member of the production team of Neptune Theatre, the Props Builder is responsible for the efficient construction, modification, and maintenance of properties and set decoration for all Neptune Theatre productions and events. They will execute the stage property needs of the production as directed by the Head of Properties.

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Production Buyer / Driver

About the Position
Working as an integral member of the production team of Neptune Theatre and reporting to the Technical Director, the Production Buyer / Driver assists fellow production department staff in the transportation and procurement of materials from suppliers and our separate buildings and facilities. The Production Buyer / Driver will be responsible for a sum of petty cash, and follow procurement rules and polices as set out by Neptune Theatre. They are also responsible for arranging the maintenance and upkeep vehicles used by the production department.

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Dresser

About the Position

Working as an integral member of the production team of Neptune theatre, reporting to the Head of Wardrobe, the dresser provides efficient and reliable ongoing maintenance of all costumes, accessories, and wardrobe elements, and acts as a costume builder and member of the wardrobe running crew for Neptune Theatre productions and presentations. As a member of the wardrobe running crew, the dresser prepares costumes for each performance, laundering and cleaning them as required, and assists with costume changes backstage during the performances.

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Head of Staging

About the Position

Working as an integral member of the production team of Neptune Theatre, the Head of Staging will provide efficient and reliable preparation, operation, and maintenance of all stage machinery, rigging, scenery and management of labour resources within the established budgets and schedules for their department. The Head of Staging will ensure a safe and clean work environment on stage.

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Head Scenic Carpenter

About the Position

Reporting to the Technical Director, and working as an integral member of the production team of Neptune Theatre, the Head Scenic Carpenter oversees the construction of all required scenic elements for our productions as specified by the production’s design team and supervises all carpentry crew engaged for each production. The Head Scenic Carpenter also oversees the installation, and maintenance of all scenic elements and carpentry equipment as required by the Technical Director, according to established budgets and schedules. 

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Head of Props

About the Position

Working as an integral member of the production team of Neptune Theatre, the Head of Props is responsible for the efficient location, rental, purchase, building, and maintenance of properties and set decoration for all Neptune Theatre productions and events. They will establish the stage property needs of Neptune productions through consultation with the Props/Set Designer, the Stage Managers and the Director. Budgets, schedules, and staffing requirements will be established and updated regularly through consultation with the Technical Director and Production Manager.

 

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