Single Carrot Theatre (SCT) is seeking producers to manage the logistics and coordination of A Short Reunion and Promenade: Baltimore. Both projects are world-premiere, site-specific endeavors taking place in various locations in Baltimore. SCT is seeking a producer for each project to serve as an independent contractor, managing all aspects of the planning and execution of each project. One person could serve as the producer for both projects, or it could be two distinct positions. Start date is ASAP for each position. A Short Reunion runs April 20-30th, and Promenade: Baltimore runs June 2nd-June 25th.
Successful candidates will be highly detail-oriented, organized, and strategic thinkers; will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to juggle many tasks at once; and will be able to set up systems for the successful management of a complex production with elements of a festival structure.
For A Short Reunion:
- Independent contractor position. Pay is $2,000-2,300 for project based on experience.
- Secure venues for performances of short pieces in non-theatrical spaces (bars, restaurants, etc.) in the Remington neighborhood in Baltimore.
- Work with the Artistic Director to match short plays to locations and determine audience’s route from location to location.
- Work with the Artistic Director to hire and supervise a team of designers
- Coordinate space and schedule rehearsals with actors and directors.
- Oversee a team of stage managers, and work with the stage management team to implement a successful rehearsal schedule and production plan
- Workload varies greatly from week to week. Availability to work 10-25 hours a week, starting with fewer hours and peak workload occurring in March and April 2017. Weekday/workday availability required.
- Ability to Start ASAP—A Short Reunion runs April 20-30th
For Promenade: Baltimore
- Independent contractor position. Pay is $4,000-4,800 for project based on experience.
- Work with the Artistic Director to hire and supervise a team of designers, actors, and stage managers/crew
- Build and maintain relationships with community members in multiple neighborhoods in Baltimore, in collaboration with members of the SCT staff
- Collaborate with members of StereoAkt, a Hungarian Theater Company, to plan and coordinate the logistics of a complex production which will take place on the streets throughout Baltimore.
- Coordinate the involvement of volunteer performers
- Workload varies greatly from week to week. Availability to work 15-30 hours a week, with the peak workload happening in April and May 2017. Weekday/workday availability required.
- Ability to start ASAP—Promenade : Baltimore runs June 2nd-June 25th
- Experience producing performing arts events or festivals
- Minimum of 3 years experience working as a producer in the arts or related field.
- Experience working with local community organizations or on community engagement projects is a plus
- Familiarity with Remington (for A Short Reunion) and Central/Northern Baltimore (for Promenade) a plus.
Single Carrot Theatre is committed to building a diverse community of staff, interns and artists. Individuals from all groups are encouraged to apply.
Interested parties should contact Genevieve de Mahy at [email protected] with a cover letter, resume, and two references.
About A Short Reunion:
Since its inception, SCT has been privileged to perform the works of known, unknown, and soon-to-be-known playwrights in equal measure. Our commitment to introducing Baltimore audiences to plays that are both new and underproduced has allowed us to work with some amazing artists. To celebrate our epic 10th Season, we’ve commissioned playwrights from our past to write brand-new, never-before-seen shorts for SCT. Pieces by a growing list of playwrights, including the authors of Hotel Cassiopeia, Phoebe in Winter, and MilkMilkLemonade, will be performed and produced across Remington by the current ensemble, in collaboration with former ensemble members, returning specially for this spectacular, one-of-a-kind event.
About Promenade: Baltimore:
Grab your bus pass and get ready to ride. In partnership with the Hungarian company StereoAKT, SCT will move the theatre out of our building, onto a bus and into the streets and neighborhoods of the city we love. Viewers board a bus, which passes through neighborhoods both familiar and unknown. As actors on the street present poetic expressions of everyday life in Baltimore, complimented by a live-mixed soundscape of music, narration, and stories based on and told by neighborhood residents, the audience is challenged to view and question the borders and boundaries in our city from different angles. This unique ride highlight’s our city, its complexity, its struggles, and its beauty.
The Single Carrot Theatre ensemble is a driving force for theatrical innovation in Baltimore—championing new, diverse, and socially significant works; reinvigorating the classics; creating vibrant theatrical experiences; and fiercely supporting the growth of artists.
In 2006, a small ensemble from the University of Colorado conducted a nationwide search and decided to lay down roots and build a theatre in Baltimore. Now, entering its tenth season, Single Carrot theatre has produced 45 mainstage productions, participated in numerous collaborative endeavors with area nonprofits, offered extensive educational programming for both children and adults and engaged in international exchanges with theatre artists from Russia and Bulgaria. Single Carrot Theatre moved to a permanent home in January 2014. Firmly planted in Baltimore, Single Carrot Theatre has made it a priority to be a part of the community and to engage and empower Baltimore’s residents through theatre.
Single Carrot Theatre is an ensemble based theatre company where the ensemble artists of the organization also serve administrative roles. Each ensemble member has voting rights and is actively involved in any big picture decisions and creation of new policy.
Single Carrot Theatre is committed to building a diverse community of staff, interns, and artists. Individuals from all groups are encouraged to apply.