Top 5 theatre jobs and auditions of the week: Tokyo Disney, Somerset House, National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company and more
This week’s top theatre jobs and auditions on The Stage Jobs include auditions for dancers and aerialists at Tokyo Disney, scenic artist at Royal Shakespeare Company, deputy head of LX and video at the National Theatre, head of stage and automation at Manchester’s Royal Exchange and head of technical production at Somerset House
Somerset House Trust is seeking a head of technical production to join Somerset House with specific responsibility of providing technical production management across Somerset House’s cultural and events programme. This is a new team and role with responsibility for the planning and practical delivery of all technical elements of large scale events at Somerset House. Find out more here
Royal Shakespeare Company have a vacancy for a full time, permanent scenic artist. Based at Stratford-upon-Avon, their workshop manufactures scenery and props from design to completion for all their productions. Find out more here
National Theatre is looking for a deputy head of LX and video. They are currently looking for someone to assist the production electrician, production video engineer and the chief LX and head of video in running the fit-up and get-out, to run any on-stage cues if required during performances and to manage local crew where necessary and to provide technical support for any cast rehearsals as scheduled by the company stage manager. Find out more here
Tokyo Disney Resort are holding auditions in London for male and female dancers and aerialists. 8-14 month contracts begin July/August/September 2018 depending on role. Performers receive competitive performance fee, a monetary supplement for living expenses, round trip travel, private apartments, 5-day work weeks, and the chance to experience one of the world’s most fascinating and vibrant cities. Find out more here
The Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester is searching for an experienced individual for the role of head of stage and automation. This is a new post which will lead the stage and automation team in the preparation, delivery and supervision of the theatre’s programme which includes its own theatre productions, visiting work, events, hires and engagement activities. Find out more here
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