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Directing Apprenticeship – The Handless King

Amphibian Stage, a non-profit professional theater based in Fort Worth, seeks a Directing Assistant Apprentice to assist the director and the production team for THE HANDLESS KING by Harley Elias, directed by Co-Artistic Director, Jay Duffer.

DATES FOR APPRENTICESHIP: Evening and weekend rehearsals from July 1-26, 2024

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE:

  • is a college senior or a recent college graduate (1-4 years out) seeking to gain experience in the field of directing
  • is highly dependable, motivated, and organized
  • values observation
  • is comfortable with articulating logical artistic opinions
  • is passionate about the rehearsal process and collaborates well with others
  • is experienced in script analysis and, preferably, some experience directing at the college level  
  • shares the values of Amphibian Stage as expressed in our Diversity Equity Inclusion and Accessibility and mission statements
  • has dependable transportation to and from theater

RESPONSIBILITIES MAY INCLUDE:

  • assisting/observing the director
  • assisting/observing/participating in all rehearsals
  • assisting the stage manager for rehearsal set-up and breakdowns
  • giving notes to actors under the director’s guidance
  • working scenes with actors under the director’s guidance 
  • possibility of moving into a crew position once production opens, should interest/availability allow

STIPEND: $200 per week (30 hours max per week)

HOW TO APPLY: Please send your resume, a letter of interest (which includes at least two references with contact details) and at least one letter of recommendation to: Ayesha Ganguly ayesha@amphibianstage.com

APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 4th, 2024

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR IN YOUR LETTER OF INTEREST:
Share with us why this opportunity attracts you and what you are hoping to learn from your experience with Amphibian Stage. Tell us briefly about your previous experience in theater. Utilize this opportunity to highlight your passion, skills and your writing abilities. Please also include any information we should have about your schedule and availability. 

We encourage you to explore our website to gain a better understanding of our organization before you apply. 


ABOUT US:

Amphibian Stage is a non-profit professional theater based in Fort Worth. Our mission is ‘To produce engaging and innovative theatre that inspires new ideas, opens new doors and increases our understanding of the vast world around us’. Started in 2000, Amphibian’s programs include: Main Stage Plays | New Play Development | Comedy Residency and Festival | National Theater Live | Arts Education – Free student shows, field trips and DE-CRUIT for veterans. 

INCLUSIVITY STATEMENT:
Amphibian Stage is an Equal Opportunity Employer that strives to represent individuals from all walks of life in its workforce. We want our employment community to be a representation of the diverse world we live in. As such, we strongly encourage people from underrepresented groups to apply and we ensure that every candidate who applies is treated equally and fairly without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, veteran status, disability status and any other factor prohibited by law.

Lighting or Sound Intern Moving into Board Op Intern – Marie & Rosetta

Amphibian Stage, a non-profit professional theater based in Fort Worth, seeks a Light OR Sound moving into Board op Intern once the show begins to assist the designer for MARIE & ROSETTA by George Brant.

DATES FOR APPRENTICESHIP: Evenings from March 26th – April 28th | Thursdays- Sundays. Must commit to entire run of show

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE:

  • a high school or college student of theatre arts seeking to gain experience
  • is highly dependable, motivated, and organized
  • shares the values of Amphibian Stage as expressed in our Diversity Equity Inclusion and Accessibility and mission statements
  • has dependable transportation to and from theater

RESPONSIBILITIES MAY INCLUDE:

  • assisting/observing the designer
  • assisting/observing/participating in rehearsals
  • assisting the designer/stage manager for rehearsal set-up and breakdowns 
  • move into a board operator position once production opens

STIPEND: $600 for 5 weeks. 

HOW TO APPLY: Please send your resume, a letter of interest (which includes at least two references with contact details) and at least one letter of recommendation to:
Ayesha Ganguly ayesha@amphibianstage.com

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 26th, 2024.

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR IN YOUR LETTER OF INTEREST:
Share with us why this opportunity attracts you and what you are hoping to learn from your experience with Amphibian Stage. Tell us briefly about your previous experience in theatre. Utilize this opportunity to highlight your passion, skills and your writing abilities. Please also include any information we should have about your schedule and availability. 

We encourage you to explore our website to gain a better understanding of our organization before you apply. 

ABOUT AMPHIBIAN STAGE:
Amphibian Stage is a non-profit professional theater based in Fort Worth. Our mission is ‘To produce engaging and innovative theater that inspires new ideas, opens new doors and increases our understanding of the vast world around us’. Started in 2000, Amphibian’s programs include: Main Stage Plays | Spark Fest- New Play Festival and Acting Competition | Stand -Up Comedy Residency | National Theater Live screenings | Arts Education 

INCLUSIVITY STATEMENT:
Amphibian Stage is an Equal Opportunity Employer that strives to represent individuals from all walks of life in its workforce. We want our employment community to be a representation of the diverse world we live in. As such, we strongly encourage people from underrepresented groups to apply, and we ensure that every candidate who applies is treated equally and fairly without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, veteran status, disability status and any other factor prohibited by law.

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