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Seeking two TYA performers (one who can teach music!)

CATEGORY: Performer

NCCA Jean's Playhouse
Lincoln, NH
US

Job Details

DESCRIPTION

The North Country Center for the Arts at Jean's Playhouse, a 260-seat traditional summer stock theatre located in the rural resort town of Lincoln, NH, is looking for a replacement actor & actress for its TYA Program, IMPACT, starting THIS MONDAY.

2024 IMPACT SEASON:
The Emperor's New Clothes, Return to Oz, Neverland, Hansel & Gretel, Lost in Wonderland, Rapunzel
The IMPACT Children’s Theatre Tour performs a different original 45-minute musical fairytale to multiple NH venues each week for 6 weeks. Actors are responsible for performing up to 8 shows a week in the mornings and early afternoons, while also rehearsing the next show in the late afternoons and evenings. As this is a touring “troupe,” there are additional actor responsibilities which include assembling and disassembling the set at each location, driving the IMPACT 8 seat passenger van to different locations, interacting with children and signing autographs after every show, caring for costumes and props, and being an ambassador throughout the state for NCCA Jean's Playhouse. While not required, a valid driver’s license is preferred. The dates of the contract are June 24 through August 10 (7 weeks). Compensation is $225 / week, plus dorm-style shared housing.
*** Also looking for a one IMPACT Actor to take on the position of Music Director. Additional duties include plunking and teaching music and harmonies. Shows are tracked so no need to be able to play full accompaniment. An additional weekly stipend of $50 is available for this candidate.

DURATION

Jun 24, 2024 - Aug 10, 2024

SALARY

$225.00 – $275.00 per week

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