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Production Crew: Dog Man The Musical

TheaterWorksUSA is seeking four qualified candidates for the production run crew of our World Premiere Production of Dog Man: The Musical, to be presented at the Lucille Lortel Theatre in New York City as part of our Family Summer Theater Program.

  • Rehearsal begins on June 3rd; Tech rehearsals will begin on June 22nd
  • The show will run through August 4th with possible extention through August 11th
  • Successful candidates will be creative, reliable, collaborative, and exceptionally organized.
  • Salary is negotiable and based on experience.

The four available Production Crew positions are listed below.

Master Electrician

The Master Electrician will run lights at all performances, coordinate exchanges and repairs as needed, and maintain the lighting plot and equipment for the production. The production Lighting Designer is David Lander. Start date is June 24; closing date is August 4th, with a possible extension through August 11th.

Please submit cover letter, resume, and references to Bob Daley by clicking below.

Sound Engineer

A-1 sound engineer to run sound at all performances, mix performers with recorded playback and maintain and coordinate replacement of the equipment for the production. The Sound designer is Emma Wilk. Start date is June 22; closing date is August 4 with a possible extension through August 11.

Please submit cover letter, resume, and references to Bob Daley by clicking below.

Production Assistant: Electrics

The Production Assistant to run a Follow Spot at all performances. This position will report directly to the Stage Management and Electrics team and will be solely relied upon to know the Follow Spot cues and flow of the show.

Please submit cover letter, resume, and references to Bob Daley by clicking below.

Production Assistant

The Production Assistant will run the deck, take deck cues, do all prop and scenic pre-sets, and do show laundry in the theater for the production. The Production Assistant reports directly to the Stage Manager. Start date is June 3;  closing date is August 4th, with possible extension through August 11th.

Please submit cover letter, resume, and references to Bob Daley by clicking below.

Casting

We are constantly seeking performers committed to Theater for Young and Family Audiences and prepared to tour North America. Shows tour under American Equity Association’s Theater for Young Audiences contract, and actors are signed as Assistant Stage Managers. 

Official audition notices are posted as they become available, but we are always accepting headshots and resumes.

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Artists

In addition to creating and producing its own works, we also provide select artist management services for those committed to programming Theater for Young and Family Audiences in communities across North America.  

If you are interested in working with us, please submit your information here.

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Writers & Directors

As a provider of extensive Theater for Young and Family Audiences, we are always commissioning creative professionals at all stages of their careers to help bring high caliber programming to theatergoers of all ages in New York City and throughout North America.  

If you are interested in working with us, please submit your information here.

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