Top 5 theatre jobs and auditions of the week: Disney’s Aladdin open auditions, Royal Exchange Theatre, Coventry City of Culture and more…
This week’s top theatre jobs and auditions on The Stage Jobs include associate artistic director at Manchester’s Royal Exchange, executive director of Coventry City of Culture Trust and auditions for Disney’s Aladdin…
The Royal Exchange Theatre is seeking a new associate artistic director. The successful candidate will be able to evolve their creative practice and leadership skillset over a three-year period, and to work closely with artistic director Sarah Frankcom and the programming and creative learning and engagement teams, to assist in developing, leading and delivering their artistic vision. Find out more here
Disney’s Aladdin at the Prince Edward Theatre are holding open auditions for exceptional male and female dancers and singers. The casting of Aladdin will be in keeping with the exotic location in which it is set so actors of all ethnicities and cultural backgrounds are encouraged to attend. Find out more here
Coventry City of Culture Trust wishes to appoint an executive director. Coventry has been awarded the title of UK City of Culture 2021, following in the footsteps of Derry/Londonderry 2013 and Hull 2017 and is looking for a candidate who is accomplished in strategic leadership with at least 5 years’ experience gained in a similar role of responsibility and complexity. Find out more here
P&O Cunard are auditioning talented performers to appear in various productions on board the P&O Cruises and Cunard fleets. Headliners Theatre Company and Royal Court Theatre Company will be holding auditions in Manchester and London for vocalists and dancers to star in their spectacular shows. Find out more here
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