We are seeking a talented full-time Producer for a fixed-term contract till 31 May 2022, who is experienced in site-specific and outdoor theatre, and has a passion for community engagement, to work with us on two upcoming large-scale productions.
The Producer will take overall responsibility for producing our productions, including sourcing locations, developing schedules, working with community companies and professional cast, and running budgets. The Producer will work closely with both the Artistic Director Nancy Hirst and the communities we collaborate with.
We are looking for an energetic, strategic, positive thinker with a practical ‘can-do’ approach who is able to work collaboratively with a wide range of people. Excellent communication, financial and organisational skills are critical.
How to Apply
To apply, please read through the information and guidance notes provided in this pack.
- Closing date for applications: 12 noon, 5 November 2021
- Interviews: 10/11 November 2021
- Employment to begin as soon as possible.
If you require this information in an alternative format, please email Daniel King: firstname.lastname@example.org
Icon Theatre believes theatre is for all and promotes diversity and access across its activities. We are committed to building a culturally diverse workforce and actively encourage applicants from different backgrounds.
Icon Theatre are seeking 5 professional dancers with strong contemporary technique for our next big outdoor production –If Not Now – a mass movement spectacle at Rochester Castle, in February 2022.
The production will explore opportunities for profound social change and how far we can come together as a community to challenge and transform poverty and social injustice. It will feature newly commissioned live music, a mass ensemble of amazing local residents, young people and performers, and spectacular large-scale video projected onto the walls of Rochester Castle. Professional dancers will be required to rehearse and perform alongside a large cast of community participants and young people. Professional dancers must be 18+.
We want to hear from performers who are inspired by these issues and want the opportunity to work with us to devise a short, powerful, stand-alone piece of work to explore these themes with a diverse range of performers. The final production will be fully choreographed but the performers will play an essential role in devising, creating and developing that choreography. We’d like to hear from dancers from a range of backgrounds and styles. We are particularly interested to hear from disabled dancers including wheelchair users. The audition will take the form of a free dance workshop led by Jon Beney on Saturday 6 November in London. Everyone who participates will be required for the full day (10am – 4pm).
Please read the Call Out for Performers for more information.
How to Apply
If you are interested in auditioning, please send your CV and a headshot, and a link to a short video clip of you in performance or rehearsal, to email@example.com by 29 October 2021.
We are committed to equality and diversity and welcome applications from all sections of the community. Please do let us know if you have any access requirements when applying.