We are seeking an experienced performer and a freelance producer to join our team.
As we begin redeveloping our show Water is Attracted to Water to tour in late 2023/24 we are looking for two lovely collaborators to join us.
Water is Attracted to Water is a theatre show celebrating an imagined Water Day, with a Water Molecule Dance, stories, a science experiment, drawings and music. It is a staging of a 21st century myth for the human relationship with water: playful, funny and geeky but also recognising our sadness as we face ecological and climate crises.
The show is part of a wider interdisciplinary arts project collaborating with scientists working on the climate crisis. In development it has received funding and support from Arts Council England, WATERAGRI H2020 research project, Lund University, University of Salford, New Adelphi Studio and ARC Stockton. We currently have funding in place for a short intensive period of work and are applying for further funding for the final phase. Please check out our website (www.waterisattractedtowater.com) to see our short film, EP and information about our initial work in progress performance.
If you are a playful performer with experience of movement, improvisation, theatre, based in or near Manchester or Edinburgh maybe we are a good match. We particularly welcome Global Majority performers and seek to reflect a diversity of voices and perspectives on stage.
Full role description here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/16WwFzPwnFO-5p-nCpw4yJB5W73Zh8D_85eKs23ZinrU/edit?usp=sharing
Seeking a freelance producer with excellent time management & communications; strategic thinker; recent Arts Council NLPG experience, able to work remotely. UK based.
Pay rates: £200/day
CV and expression of interest by 27 Feb via email to Kate Adams on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are committed to equal opportunities. If you have any access needs, please get in contact with Kate. We’ll be shortlisting and replying on 1 March and arranging online interviews in early March. Performer auditions in person, in Edinburgh and Manchester in late March or first week of April.
(Top image: by Evgenia Bourzoukou)
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