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Theater Latte Da, located in Minneapolis, is hiring production personnel for the 21-22 season. 

 

To apply for any of these positions, please complete this application - 

https://forms.gle/YreeDNfCcxc4Lexs5

 

Questions can be directed to Allen Weeks at allen@latteda.org.

 

LIGHTING

 

Electrician - The Electricians will assist the Lighting Supervisor in hanging, wiring, 

focusing, and maintaining the lighting equipment for each production. Applicants will be 

placed on a call list and receive notification when labor is needed. 

  • Starting at $19/hour as an employee. 

  • Minimum 4 hour call.

  • Must be willing to work on extension ladders and genie lifts.

  • Must be able to lift up to 50lbs.

  • Previous experience with the theatrical lighting process and practices strongly preferred.

 

Light Board Programmer/Operator - The Light Board Programmer/Operator will program and operate the lighting console during tech rehearsals and performances. They will also participate in hang, focus, strike, and cueing sessions. A typical commitment is approximately 8 weeks with 6 performances per week. Applicants will be contacted for an interview..

  • Starting at $19/hour as an employee.

  • Must have excellent programming skills with the ETC Element lighting console specifically, or the ETC EOS family in general. 

  • Previous experience programming moving lights is preferred.

 

COSTUMES

 

Dresser - This Dresser will work closely with the Costume Supervisor to perform 

backstage duties related to the costume department during tech rehearsals and 

performances. This will include assisting the cast with costumes, hair, make-up, and 

other needs. This person will also assist the stage management team with other 

backstage duties as needed. A typical commitment is approximately 8 weeks with 6 performances per week. 

  • Starting at $19/hour as an employee. 

  • Must have previous experience with the theatrical process and common practices. Previous experience as a dresser, stage manager, actor, or other crew member is strongly preferred.

  • Must have basic sewing and repair skills.

  • Must be willing to work closely with the cast  and crew to create a welcoming, safe, and inclusive environment. 

  • Previous experience styling and fitting wigs in a theatrical setting is strongly preferred.

 

AUDIO

 

Audio Technician - The Audio Technicians will assist the Audio Supervisor in the installation, troubleshooting, and strike of audio equipment. Applicants will be placed on a call list and receive notification when labor is needed. 

  • Starting at $19/hour as an employee. 

  • Minimum 4 hour call.

  • Must be willing to work on extension ladders and genie lifts.

  • Must be able to lift up to 50lbs.

  • Previous experience with professional audio practices and equipment is strongly preferred. 

 

SCENIC

 

Scenic Carpenter - The Scenic Carpenters are members of the scene shop crew and will use their skills in construction, fabrication, and theatrical techniques to build, install, maintain, and strike the scenic elements of a production or project. Applicants will be placed on a call list and receive notification when labor is needed. 

 

  • Starting at $19/hour as an employee. 

  • Minimum 4 hour call.

  • Must have excellent carpentry and fabricating skills with various materials including wood, metal, foam, plastics and fabrics

  • Must have a solid understanding of common theatrical practices relating to reading scenic/ build drawings, scenery construction, installation, rigging, and stage mechanics

  • Must be able to lift 50+ pounds

  • May be required to work in extreme conditions: at heights, in confined spaces, and in adverse and cold & high temperature weather

 

 

Allen Weeks

Production Director
Pronouns: he/him/his

ISD728 is Hiring! 


Full-time position in our ISD 728 schools, semi-flexible schedule, year-round with great benefits, in a new, high-tech, auditorium with "eager to learn" student techies from 6th - 12th grades.
This position is based in Zimmerman, MN. Leading our middle and high school students in safety, construction, lighting, sound, projection, video production and props for three productions a year. Our district wide theatre program boasts; a 4 person, full-time, Technical Director staff, a facility scheduler for 3 high school auditoriums and two smaller venues. Our team works together to cover all rentals, district auditorium uses and school events. We hire several high school student staff to assist with events through our very successful Learn to Earn program. Together, we create dynamic district wide activities and learning opportunities for our performing arts students in and outside of the typical theatrical production. We are excited to fill this position. Apply soon!   

 

Apply Here! 

Starting wage is $22.50 per hour. 40 hour/ week year-round, see the Benefits below.

 

Benefits package

Informational Technology Personnel & Specialist Effective July 1, 2019

Other ISD728 positions possibly coming soon:

 

Theatre Specialist - casual position (as needed)

Set designer Fall Production

 

For additional information, contact:

Kristina Hess (She • Her)

District 728 Auditorium/Theater Manager 

Kristina.Hess@ISD728.Org

763-656-9590

 

The College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University Theater Department is seeking an Interim Costume Designer for Spring '22 productions.

 

See the link below for position description and application info:

https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/csbsju/jobs/3230409/interim-costume-designer

 

The College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University is located near St. Cloud, MN.

For additional info, contact

Adam j Dahl

Interim Director of Operations

& Production Manager - Fine Arts Programming & Theater Department

College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University

646-651-8518 cell

adahl@csbsju.edu

 

The South Dakota Symphony Orchestra seeks an experienced individual for the part-time position of Production Assistant. The Production Assistant is responsible for all staging requirements of the orchestra and chorus – including technical elements and physical conditions for all SDSO sponsored events in multiple venues. This position works with professional musicians, conductors, guest artists, administrative, and technical staff.

The South Dakota Symphony Orchestra is based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, a vibrant and growing community serving a 125-mile region that touches 5 states. The SDSO’s music director is Delta David Gier who has guided the orchestra to new musical heights. Over the past several years, the orchestra has seen significant growth in its musical prowess and the scope of products and services. Known for innovative programming, state-wide outreach, deep community engagement activity, and a commitment to inclusivity, the SDSO has a strong heritage upon which to build an even stronger future. The SDSO is the state’s premier arts organization with the Washington Pavilion as its home.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Set-up and arrangement of the orchestra -- chairs, music stands, large instruments, and other equipment – for orchestral rehearsals and performances. This includes set changes during concerts and rehearsals.

  • Provide the best possible working conditions for musicians on and off stage, and anticipating and managing logistical problems.

  • Assist with planning and coordination of stage logistics in all venues, including load in/load out schedules.

  • When required, transport equipment to and from a variety of venues; load and unload equipment; and transfer stage equipment within a venue for all services.

  • Attend periodic production meetings, and maintain good communication and working relationships with all South Dakota Symphony and Washington Pavilion staff.

  • Contribute to the professional appearance of the orchestra on stage.

  • Other duties as required by the Artistic Operations Director, conductors, and other staff as needed.

  • The Production Assistant reports to the Artistic Operations Director.

    Qualifications:

  • Minimum 1 year of stage experience preferred

  • Working knowledge of orchestral instruments and orchestral seating conventions

  • Ability to lift, carry and move up to 50 lbs.

  • Valid South Dakota driver’s license and good driving record

  • Knowledge of rudimentary lighting and audio equipment and their operation

  • Effective interpersonal and problem solving skills

  • Must multitask well in a deadline-oriented environment

  • Willingness to work evenings and weekends

  • Must be able to travel overnight on occasion with orchestra

  • Ability to maintain a sense of humor when the going gets tough

    Compensation:

  • This position is part-time requiring flexible scheduling.
    $16.50/hour, between 10-25 hours each week during concert cycles, depending on concert requirements. Benefits are not available for this position.

    To apply and for inquiries:

    Contact Peter Tuff, SDSO Artistic Operations Director, by email at peter.tuff@sdsymphony.org, or call 605-335- 7933 x 12. Position is open until filled.

 

The SDSO is intentional about building multicultural bridges through music, and we encourage people from all backgrounds to be a part of the work we do. Hence, we strongly encourage applications from people of color or people of other marginalized communities.

 

Project Support AssociateOpening

    Norcostco is a national theatrical equipment supplier and services company with its corporate location in Minneapolis. Norcostco has a diverse service portfolio. This includes: Retail Sales Division of makeup, technical, costume, and drapery; Rental Department Division including: Costumes and Technical equipment. And, Project Installation Division installing new theatrical equipment. 

Job Summary
   Norcostco is looking for a Project Support Associate. Candidates must have a working knowledge of theatrical equipment both lighting and rigging with application to renovation and new construction projects. The ideal candidate will have a wide range of theatrical knowledge and experience, a willingness to learn new skills, and the ability to thrive in a small team environment. In addition, be able to support inside project operations including drafting, submittal preparation, and other administration duties. 

Job Duties 

  • Prepare CAD Drawings for projects 

  • Prepare project submittals document packets 

  • Keep project documents organized 

  • Process project document requests i.e. Contracts, Insurance, Bonding 

  • Coordinate with Project Managers 

  • Manage Project Invoicing, Purchase orders and Billings 

  • Work with other trades and contractors for coordination drawings. 

    Additional Desired Job Duties/Skills 

  • Provide Support to Inside Sales Team as need 

  • Supporting inside technical rental operations at Minneapolis 

    Skills required 

  • Ability to read and understand construction drawings. 

  • Proficient in the recent versions of AutoCAD. 

  • Working knowledge of theatre equipment as it relates to track, hardware, fastening methods, theatrical lighting 

    and rigging integration. 

  • Ability to assemble project specific data sheets. 

  • Working Knowledge of theatrical Equipment 

  • Strong Phone and Digital Communication Skills 

  • Familiarity of Microsoft products 

  • Basic Accounting knowledge 

    Additional Desired Skills 

  • Understanding of AIA Billings 

  • Basic understanding of CRM, rental, and QuickBooks software 

     

Job Type: Hourly; Part Time or Full Time Hourly (Depending on qualifications and current market demand) Location: Minneapolis, MN (Particularly Golden Valley) but also remotely supporting our other branches 

For Consideration, please send a resume, 3 contacts of recommendations and a sample of drafting work to Barry Nelson at Barry.Nelson @ norcostco.com 

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