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HIRING: Youth Musicians for Summer Musical

Dance & Bmore's Voices of Carmen is hiring youth musicians 14 - 21 yrs for our summer musical.

Auditions:

  • Date: Sunday, April 7
  • Time Frame: 4:00 - 7:30PM (15 minute audition appointments available)
  • Location: Motor House, 120 W North Ave, Baltimore, MD 21201

MUSICIANS NEEDED:

Dance & Bmore seeks Bilingual Teaching Artists (English/Spanish)

Dance & Bmore Teaching Artists facilitate creative classes, leading music, movement, and theater games. A minimum of two teachers per team collaborate to plan and lead engaging age-appropriate activities in music, movement, and theater. Our core community values are gratitude, patience, safety, and teamwork.

Training: Dance & Bmore provides a comprehensive training program for Teaching Artists. All Teaching Artists are required to attend teacher training workshops, in-class training, and professional development to bolster their skills and confidence as Team Teachers.

Port Discovery Children's Museum seeks Visitor Experience Assistants for the Summer

Port Discovery’s Learning and Visitor Experience Department’s mission is to engage all of our visitors, both adults and children, throughout the museum’s exhibits and play spaces (floor) in innovative, play-based educational experiences and programs. This includes informal interactions, as well as pop-up programs and more structured activities and workshops throughout exhibits and play spaces.

Dance and Bmore seeks Teaching Artists

Seeking Teaching Artists to facilitate creative classes in music, movement, and theater games. A minimum of two teachers per team collaborate to instruct and engage students of all ages in interdisciplinary creativity and connection. Our core community values are gratitude, patience, safety, and teamwork.

Spring and Summer Classes Available

  • Pay: $20 - $60 per class
  • Part-Time, Independent Contractor

ABOUT DANCE & BMORE PROGRAMS:

Bmore Broadway Live seeks a Lighting Designer

Role description: The Lighting Designer will design and program lighting cues for an upcoming Bmore Broadway Live theatrical production. The Lighting Designer will use lights to communicate time, place, and mood, and direct audience attention, collaborating with the Director, Set Designer, and Costume Designer to tell the story of the piece.

Minimum and preferred qualifications:

  • Experience designing and hanging lighting for the stage
  • Professional, organized, personable, and collaborative

Pay: $500

Production Schedule:

Bmore Broadway Live by Dance & Bmore is seeking a Stage Manager

Bmore Broadway Live by Dance & Bmore is hiring a Stage Manager for 2024 productions.

Description:

The Stage Manager will facilitate communication between the director, creative team, cast, and crew. The Stage Manager will maintain a copy of the script with notes about all blocking and technical cues. The Stage Manager will supervise the pre-show routine and call all technical cues during the show. The Stage Manager will serve as representative of the creative team after the show has opened to maintain the show’s consistency and quality.

Bmore Broadway Live CASTING African-American Female Leads

Seeking talented African-American female actors with strong singing and movement abilities for lead roles in the upcoming workshop produced by Bmore Broadway Live, working title "Pioneers of Black Broadway." The workshop focuses on characters such as Anita Bush, Regina Anderson, and the Hyers Sisters, who were influential theater directors during the Harlem Renaissance.

Prepare:

Sweet Charity Production seeks a Costume Designer

Role description: The Costume Designer will design the costumes for the Bmore Broadway Live production of Sweet Charity directed and choreographed by CJay Philip. The Costume Designer will use clothing to communicate time, place, and character, collaborating with the Director, Set Designer, and Lighting Designer to tell the story of the piece.

Role Responsibilities:

Maryland Art Place seeks Fall Intern

MAP offers internships for upper-level college students, graduate students, and recent graduates. Fall, Spring, and Summer Internships are available. MAP hours: 11 am-4 pm, Monday - Saturday.

Interns are responsible for assisting MAP in a variety of ways, ranging from programming to administration, with opportunities for special projects depending on skills and professional interest. Intern duties include: performing research; assisting with gallery preparation and installation; photo/video documentation, coordinating events, gallery sitting, social media and community outreach.

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