Job Opportunity – Technical Stage Manager, Nuketown
Nuketown is a combined storytelling and protest-art piece about cities, public money and the possible end of life as we know it. It underwent a pilot in 2016 and now is going out on tour. The show involves 2 elements – a participatory build session with Lego where audiences add to an imaginary city equal in value to the proposed £205 billion Trident nuclear submarine replacement programme, and a live show where live camera feeds are used to explore this utopian city and tell the tales of its inhabitants.
We are seeking a Technical Stage Manager to support the touring and delivery of both elements of the project, manage the props, set and technical equipment, handle technical communications with venues, lead on getins & getouts, and operate sound and lighting.
- Experience of working stage management on small-scale touring theatre shows.
- Experience of using Qlab 3 for playback.
- Ability to work with studio theatre lighting desks to plot and program lighting cues.
- Strong communication and organisational skills.
- Based in or able to commute to Exeter.
- Availability for all tour and rehearsal dates
- Full, clean driving license.
16th-20th and 23rd-27th April: Rehearsals in Exeter
28th April: Performance at Farnham Maltings, Farnam*
14th May: Performance at Exeter Phoenix
16th May: Performance at Norwich Literature Festival*
18th May: Performance at Bridport Arts Centre
19th May: Performance at Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton
24th May: Performance at ARC, Stockton*
1st July: Re-rehearsal day in Exeter
7th July: Performance at Theatre Shop, Clevedon.
*Travelling from Exeter the day before.
£1995 representing 19 days work at £105 per day (1 day prep, 11 days rehearsal and 7 performances). Travel and accommodation for all non-Exeter tour dates will be covered, alongside commuting costs of up to £20 per day for rehearsals & performances in Exeter.
How To Apply
Send a cv to email@example.com . Deadline for applications will be 5pm on 4th March. Interviews will be held in Exeter on the week commencing 12th March.