Overview

Premiere Stages is seeking a Scenic Artist to support our 2022 summer season, including productions of Mud Row by Dominique Morisseau, Scab by Gino Diiorio, and Certain Aspects of Conflict in the Negro Family by Tylie Shider.  Scenic Artist executes painting, layering, texturing of scenic design with supervision of the Technical Director; production interns are available to schedule for support.  Supply requests are provided to Technical Director who handles budgeting and purchasing.  Premiere Stages is located 38 minutes from NYC by train.  To apply please send resume to the email address listed.

Mud Row:
Hours will be coordinated with the Theatre Conservatory Technical Director and Mud Row scenic designer.   Rehearsals begin June 21; designer run is on July 8; tech week begins July 10 and the show opens on Friday July 15.

Scab:
Hours will be coordinated with the Theatre Conservatory Technical Director and Scab scenic designer.  Rehearsals begin August 16; designer run is on September 2; tech week begins Sep 4 and the show opens on Sep 9.

Certain Aspects:
Hours will be coordinated with the Theatre Conservatory Technical Director and Certain Aspects scenic designer.  Rehearsals begin September 20; designer run is on October 7; tech week begins Oct 9 and the show opens on Oct 14.

To apply for this job email your details to ngandiel@kean.edu

About Premiere Stages at Kean University

Premiere Stages at Kean University is committed to serving the cultural needs of northern and central New Jersey through the development and production of high-quality Equity theatre premieres, professional development and educational initiatives for the local and campus communities, and the support and cultivation of emerging playwrights and theatre artists.

As the professional theatre company in residence at Kean University, Premiere Stages actively engages and enhances the specialized training programs at Kean, while embracing and serving a culturally diverse audience, underserved local youth, and a broad pool of gifted regionally-based artists.