Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Education Program is accepting applications for Teaching Artists for workshops, classes, and residencies. Applicants should submit a cover letter addressing the particular positions, a CV/resume showing relevant teaching experience, and an unofficial transcript from the last degree-granting institution attended. Applicants who are selected to interview will need to present at least one Shakespeare monologue.
Classes – Teaching Artists who are selected for classes at The Studio may teach youth and/or adult classes in Acting, Critical Analysis, Veterans Ensemble, Movement, Voice, and Textwork.
Workshops – Teaching Artists cast in Romeo and Juliet will need weekday-daytime availability beginning in February and extending through April. Post-matinee workshops may require abiding by a set curriculum, or may feature the Teaching Artist’s own special skills (i.e. – stage combat, movement, acting, characterization).
Residencies – Teaching Artists for in-school residencies must have daytime availability. Residencies at military bases/hospitals will need evening/weekend availability. Residencies for retirement communities should have afternoon/evening availability.
Acceptance of any position with Chesapeake Shakespeare Company will require a background check. CSC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
No phone calls, please.
Submit cover letter, resume, and copy of unofficial transcript to:
Ron Heneghan, Director of Education: [email protected]
U.S. Mail: 7 S. Calvert Street Baltimore, MD 21202