Overview

The Tony-award winning UTAH SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL, a professional theatre company in residence at Southern Utah University, is accepting applications for Production Staff for the 2023 season. The Utah Shakespeare Festival produces a seven-show repertory season and three Greenshows across four venues in the summer/fall of each year.

Contracts begin April 30th and run through September 12 or October 14 depending on assignment.

Duties and Responsibilities:

– Junior Painter/Stage Crew: Responsible for painting and finishing of all scenic elements for assigned productions. Responsible for running, storage, and maintenance of paints for assigned productions. Will be part of Stage Crew and the Changeover Crew as shows open and participate in working shows and changeovers.

Beginner and Intermediate experience with scenic painting and finishing or related field. Must be comfortable using ladders, scaffolding, and personnel lifts. Basic knowledge of typical scenery and paint specific tools.

 

Documents Needed to Apply:

Resume
Cover Letter addressed to Shiloah Frederick
Contact Information for three professional references

Apply at https://suu.applicantpro.com/jobs/2637582.html

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