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Jobs at the Dragon


Call for Teaching Artists

Redwood City Youth Theatre (RWCYT) is looking for passionate and experienced teaching artists in the fields of theatre (all aspects), music (vocal), and dance for students grades K – 12.

RWCYT is a new hybrid education program between Broadway by the Bay and Dragon Theatre launched in the summer of 2019. We provide training opportunities for students at both introductory and advanced levels to learn life and theatrical skills. All teaching artists report to the Education Director.

Required RWCYT teaching artist skills: organization, punctuality, classroom management, ability to tailor lesson plans to individual student needs and/or abilities. Teachers should be proficient in her/his/their specified fields and able to teach their discipline(s) to designated youth age groups. The expectation is for teaching artists to create their own lesson plans with guidance from the Education Director for program continuity.

Opportunities: RWCYT is currently structured with three different grade groups (K-2, 3-5, 6-12). Each age group has one workshop scheduled on a Saturday each month from January through May (with some exceptions). We will also be hosting school break programs during Presidents’ Week (Feb. 17 – 21), and two separate weeks in the spring (March 30 – April 3 and April 6 – 10). We will also be hosting our Theatre Arts Academy programming in the summer.

Stipends: For individual workshops, teaching artists are paid at an hourly rate scaled to the age of the class ($30/hr for grades K-5, $35/hr for grades 6-12). For school break programs, full-day (8:30 am – 4:30 pm) instructors are paid a weekly rate of $800. We are dedicated to keeping our programming affordable for our community and offering tuition scholarships to those in need.

Submission Instructions: Qualified applicants should submit the following via email to Justine Bechler at rwcyteducation@gmail.com:

  • Brief cover letter including the grade range(s) you feel competent to instruct (K-2, 3-5, 6-12) and contact information
  • Teaching resume
  • Artist resume
We look forward to your submissions!
Justine Bechler
Education Director
Dragon Theatre
Redwood City Youth Theatre

 


Call for Designers and Stage Managers

Are you a theater designer or stage manager looking for an artistic home?

Dragon Productions Theatre Company in downtown Redwood City is seeking new stage managers and designers of all disciplines to join the Dragon family.

What does that mean?

-We are hiring SMs and Designers for our 2020 Season Shows

-We are starting a new resident artist/designer program for which we are considering submissions.

-We are refreshing our database of artists/designers which we will use to

-help up plan our 2021 season hiring

-hire for one-off projects throughout 2020

-refer artists/designers to friend organizations and co-producing partners for their hiring needs

You can find out more specific information about our 2020 Season below:

If you’d like to become involved with the Dragon or are interested in one of the specific shows in our season, please send a cover letter, resume, and portfolio (if applicable) to charlotte@dragonproductions.net

 

More information on 2020:

2020 Stipends for any given discipline range from: $250 – $750

2020 Materials Budgets for any given discipline range from: $100 – $550

Our Lights and Sound run on Qlab and an ETC Nomad board

 

The Nether by Jennifer Haley, directed by Jennifer Hollingworth

First Production Meeting: 10/7/19

Tech Weekend: 1/11- 1/12/20

Opening: 1/17/20

Closing: 2/9/20

 

The BaltimoreWaltzby Paula Vogel, directed by Troy Johnson

In Repertory with

Confession (World Premiere) by Berry Slater, directed by Robyn Braverman

First Production Meeting: 11/11/19

Tech Weekend: 2/29- 3/1/20

Opening: 3/6/20

Closing: 4/5/20

 

Caught by Christopher Chen, directed by Bora “Max” Koknar

First Production Meeting: 2/10/20

Tech Weekend: 5/2- 5/3/20

Opening: 5/8/20

Closing: 5/31/20

 

AJ’s Annual Party, an adaptation of Joseph Moncure March’s poem The Wild Party by Nathanael Card, directed by Nathanael Card

First Production Meeting: 4/6/20

Tech Weekend: 7/4- 7/5/20

Opening: 7/10/20

Closing: 8/2/20

 

The Creatureby Trevor Allen, directed by Alika Spencer-Koknar

First Production Meeting: 7/6/20

Tech Weekend: 8/29- 8/30/20

Opening: 9/4/20

Closing: 9/27/20

 

Roe Vs. Wade (World Premiere) by and directed by James Kopp

First Production Meeting: 8/11/20

Tech Weekend: 10/24-25/20

Opening: 10/30/20

Closing:  11/22/20

 

Dragon strives to be a community hub for intimate, accessible and uncommon experience which connect and generate conversation. Through its programming Dragon aims to grow and elevate the Bay Area arts ecosystem incubating artists and communities that represent the diverse voices of the Bay and empowering them to take their work to the next level.

If you’d like to become involved with the Dragon or are interested in one of the specific shows in our season, please send a cover letter, resume, and portfolio (if applicable) to charlotte@dragonproductions.net