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Baltimore Rock Opera Nov production Love & ROAR! seeks Production Manager

The show's Production Manager is ultimately responsible for ensuring that all physical and visual aspects of the show are designed and executed on schedule.

Applications Close:

September 9, 2022

Position Type: Short Term Show Position (starts August 1st Ends November 30th)

Department: Production

Compensation: Honorarium of $800-$1000 total for the entire show position. 50% is paid up front. 50% is paid upon conclusion of the duties.

Contact: [email protected]

Baltimore Rock Opera Society (BROS) is a community powered non profit production company that has been creating works of original rock theater since 2009. In the Spring of 2022, BROS will premiere a comedic rock and roll extravaganza that marries the worlds of Kaiju action-fantasy films with the world of 90's and 2000's romantic comedies. (Kaiju Rom-Com) The world-premiere rock opera Love & ROAR! needs a highly capable and logistics-minded Production Manager to coordinate and help execute the vision for the show as outlined in the show’s script, music demos and the existing sets, creatures and costumes designs. The Production Manager (PM) will work closely with all of the BROS Staff members (particularly the Production Director, Volunteer Director, and Managing Director) and the Love & ROAR! Production team (particularly the Director, Assistant Directors, Music Director, Designers and Stage Manager) to lead an energized cast and crew through a satisfying production process. Ultimately, they will help to create a completely mind-blowing run of sold-out performances that touch and thrill our audiences.

Working with the show director to Create agendas for weekly production meetings

Creating and maintaining a master show calendar with departmental and show deadlines.

Setting Production deadlines, Checking in on deadlines, alerting other Production team members and BROS staff when deadlines are missed.

Prioritizing the work of the designers and other production staff for the overall benefit of the production

Spending money from the show's budget. Prioritizing and approving expenses for the show's departments.

Keeping tabs on ALL design elements, their execution, finishing dates, designs, and functionality in the show.

Assisting the show's technical staff with video, audio, lighting and projection elements.

Communicates with the front of house and box office staff to ensure the guest experience (seating, front of house design) is integrated with the show.

Salary Range
Production Theater
Employer Name:
Baltimore Rock Opera Society
Employer Contact Information:
[email protected]
Job Submission Requirements:
Cover letter outlining your experience and interest in the position. PLUS resume or list of relevant experience. Email to [email protected]
Benefit Package
Stipend only. Professional Development opportunities are available and will be paid for by BROS if the candidate is interested.

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