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Single Carrot Theatre Seeks Lighting Designer for Upcoming Production

Single Carrot Theatre seeks a qualified lighting designer for our upcoming production of Something Like Jazz Music by the SCT Ensemble, written by SCT’s Artistic Director Genevieve de Mahy. Lighting designers at SCT are responsible for designing the light plot, designing individual lighting cues, and collaborating with the rest of the production team to realize the director's production concept through design. The ideal candidate is familiar with the ETC Element, a good team player, and comfortable working in highly collaborative environments. Pay is a $200 honorarium, to be paid within two weeks of the end of the contract. Applicants applying to work on Something Like Jazz Music should note the following production timeframe:

Something Like Jazz Music pertinent dates

Next Production meeting: December 15th, 7:30pm-8:30pm

First rehearsal: January 5, 2016

Tech: February 26-March 4

* Please note - tech Saturday and Sunday will both be 10 out of 12 rehearsal days.

Performances: March 5-March 27

Interested parties should send cover letter, resume, and work samples to Producing Director Kellie Mecleary at [email protected].

About Something Like Jazz Music

If you opened a suitcase from a stranger from long ago, what stories would emerge? In an all-new, original production, Single Carrot Theatre is looking into the past— right in our backyard. With a focus on the Mid-Atlantic region in the 1920s, history is recreated. Myriad suitcases and steamer trunks reveal people’s secrets, and piece together the story of what makes up a life.

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Employer Name:
Single Carrot Theatre
Job Title:
Lighting Designer
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Employer Contact Information:
[email protected]
Job Submission Requirements:
Interested parties should send cover letter, resume, and work samples to Producing Director Kellie Mecleary at [email protected]

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