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Peter Pan the Musical

Woodlawn Theatre, Inc.
Audition/Workshop starts on: 08/01/2015 and Runs Through: 08/02/2015
Times: Auditions will be held Saturday August 1, 2:00pm and Sunday August 2, 2:00pm
Production/Performance Dates: November 27, 2015 - December 23, 2015
Details:
Peter Pan tells the classic J.M. Barrie tale of a young boy who refuses to grow up. On a quest to find stories with which to entertain his young cohorts in Neverland -- an island refuge for “Lost Boys” -- Peter returns to the real world and meets Wendy, Michael, and John Darling. The Darling children accompany Peter back to the magical Neverland, where they learn to fly, get involved in all sorts of adventures, defeat the evil Captain Hook, and are changed forever. J.M. Barrie’s masterful story shines especially brightly with a rich score that includes such beloved songs as “Tender Shepherd,” “Never Never Land” and “Distant Melody.” A delightful musical featuring singing pirates, daring swordfights, and fantastical make-believe, Peter Pan is a story that is filled with magic, delight, and just a fairy dusting of heartbreak.
Characters Needed: The role of Peter Pan will be played by Carlye Gossen

The following roles are available for audtion:

CAPTAIN HOOK - The one-handed captain of the Jolly-Roger. Relentless and restless in his pursuit of Pan, Hook is short-fused and ridiculous. He is a larger than life villain.
Male

JOHN NAPOLEON DARLING - The middle Darling child. A sly smile is always at home on John’s face. He has a mischievous twinkle in his eye and is always ready for an adventure.
Male

MICHAEL DARLING - The youngest Darling child. Never far from his favorite Teddy, Michael is sweet and innocent. He is ever so lovable and very huggable.
Male

MR. DARLING - A bit of grouch, Mr. Darling is a professional who happens to be a father. Though sparkles of his love peak through from time to time, he often has places to go and people to see. He may be of imposing size.
Male

MRS. DARLING - The Darling matriarch. Mrs. Darling glides about gently but swiftly from task to task with motherly precision. She has a pleasant strength to her demeanor.
Female

SMEE - Captain Hook’s knockabout lackey. An archetypical evil side-kick, Smee might be a bit rotund and is definitely dwarfed by Hook. Should be portrayed by an actor with physical comedy chops.
Male

TIGER LILY - A striking Native American princess, Tiger Lily is a tough girl and an excellent dancer. She should command the stage when taking it and move about it as would mist.
Female

WENDY DARLING - The eldest Darling child. Wendy is compassionate, incredibly loving, and very protective of her younger brothers. She is the child every parent wishes they had.
Female

Ensemble
Ensemble players will include Indians, the Lost Boys, pirates and various animals


 

Location: 1920 Fredericksburg Road, San Antonio, Texas, 78201
Our Website: www.woodlawntheatre.org
Contact/More Information: greg@woodlawntheatre.org





Divas of Eastwood

Renaissance Guild with The Carver Community Cultural Center
Audition/Workshop starts on: 08/06/2015 and Runs Through: 08/13/2015
Times:

Audition Dates: Thursdays, August 6 & 13, 6.00PM

Please arrive 15 minutes early to sign-in

Please call to request appointment- (210) 560.0481

 

Production/Performance Dates:

*Performances: January 28 – February 6, 2016

Thursday: 8pm, Friday:8pm, Saturday: 8pm, Sunday:4pm

*Subject to change

Audition results: posted via website and on our voicemail box on Monday, August, 20, 2015, 8 pm (subject to change)

 

Workshop Dates: Sep – Oct,

The Carver Community Cultural Center & the renaissance guild

announces auditions for their original musical revue

 

“Divas of Eastwood”

A celebration of the Chitlin’ circuit

Director: Bill Lewis

 

The Chitilin’ Circuit was a pre-civil rights era performance network, spread from Harlem to Los Angeles which provided Black entertainers with consistent employment, and, kept the music of Black America alive during the late thirties, forties and fifties.  In the seventies, with the rise of integrated performance spaces, the Chitilin’ Circuit slowly disappeared.  The Johnnie Phillips’ Eastwood Country Club, Don Albert’s Keyhole Club and the Carver Library Auditorium were a part of that circuit in San Antonio.

 

This revue is a celebration of the Eastwood, Keyhole and Carver, the entertainers who played on the circuit and the Circuit itself.   The Eastwood Country Club becomes the metaphor for all of this, presenting, as it did, such “Divas” as Dinah Washington, Etta James, Sarah Vaughn and many more.  But by extension the Revue and the Eastwood represents the music of three decades of African American music, the history and its influence on today’s music.

 

Audition Dates: Thursdays, August 6 & 13, 6.00PM

Please arrive 15 minutes early to sign-in

Location: Little Carver Civic Center, 226 N. Hackberry, SATX 78202

Please call to request appointment- (210) 560.0481

 

Female Singers needed: in all registers of jazz, blues, gospel, soul, and neo-soul vocal styles.

Please come prepared to sing a song from the list below, a cappella or with a CD TRACK (please, no iPODs)

Artist/Song list:

Lavern Baker:

“Jim Dandy”

Ruth Brown:

“(Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean”

Linda Hopkins:

“Tain’t nobody’s business”

Etta James:

“I rather go blind”

Jill Scott: 

“You don’t know”

Ike and Tina Turner:

“Proud Mary”

Big Mama Thornton: Ball & Chain;  “Good Rocking tonight”

Sister Rosetta Tharp:

“Eye is on the Sparrow”

Nancy Wilson:

“How glad I am”

Nina Simone:

“Trouble in Mind”

Roberta Flack:

“First Time Ever I saw your face”

Cassandra Wilson:

“You don’t know what love is”

Jackie Wilson:

“Lonely Teardrops”

Dinah Washington: 

“What a difference a day makes”

Esther Phillips: Nobody knows you “When you’re down and out”

 

Questions: email shows@therenaissanceguild.org or call (210) 560.0481.

*Performances: January 28 – February 6, 2016

Thursday: 8pm, Friday: 8pm, Saturday: 8pm, Sunday: 4pm

Audition results: posted via website and on our voicemail box on Monday, August, 20, 2015, 8 pm (subject to change)

 

Workshop Dates: Sep – Oct 

The Carver Community Cultural Center & the renaissance guild

announces auditions for their original musical revue

 

“Divas of Eastwood”

A celebration of the Chitlin’ circuit

Director: Bill Lewis

 

The Chitilin’ Circuit was a pre-civil rights era performance network, spread from Harlem to Los Angeles which provided Black entertainers with consistent employment, and, kept the music of Black America alive during the late thirties, forties and fifties.  In the seventies, with the rise of integrated performance spaces, the Chitilin’ Circuit slowly disappeared.  The Johnnie Phillips’ Eastwood Country Club, Don Albert’s Keyhole Club and the Carver Library Auditorium were a part of that circuit in San Antonio.

 

This revue is a celebration of the Eastwood, Keyhole and Carver, the entertainers who played on the circuit and the Circuit itself.   The Eastwood Country Club becomes the metaphor for all of this, presenting, as it did, such “Divas” as Dinah Washington, Etta James, Sarah Vaughn and many more.  But by extension the Revue and the Eastwood represents the music of three decades of African American music, the history and its influence on today’s music.

 

Audition Dates: Thursdays, August 6 & 13, 6.00PM

Please arrive 15 minutes early to sign-in

Location: Little Carver Civic Center, 226 N. Hackberry, SATX 78202

Please call to request appointment- (210) 560.0481

 

Female Singers needed: in all registers of jazz, blues, gospel, soul, and neo-soul vocal styles.

Please come prepared to sing a song from the list below, a cappella or with a CD TRACK (please, no iPODs)

Artist/Song list:

Lavern Baker:

“Jim Dandy”

Ruth Brown:

“(Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean”

Linda Hopkins:

“Tain’t nobody’s business”

Etta James:

“I rather go blind”

Jill Scott: 

“You don’t know”

Ike and Tina Turner:

“Proud Mary”

Big Mama Thornton: Ball & Chain;  “Good Rocking tonight”

Sister Rosetta Tharp:

“Eye is on the Sparrow”

Nancy Wilson:

“How glad I am”

Nina Simone:

“Trouble in Mind”

Roberta Flack:

“First Time Ever I saw your face”

Cassandra Wilson:

“You don’t know what love is”

Jackie Wilson:

“Lonely Teardrops”

Dinah Washington: 

“What a difference a day makes”

Esther Phillips: Nobody knows you “When you’re down and out”

 Questions: email shows@therenaissanceguild.org or call (210) 560.0481.

*Performances: January 28 – February 6, 2016

Thursday: 8pm, Friday: 8pm, Saturday: 8pm, Sunday: 4pm

*Audition results: posted via website and on our voicemail box on Monday, August, 20, 2015, 8 pm 

 

Workshop Dates: Sep – Oct, once a week based on cast availability

Rehearsal Dates: Nov - Jan
Rehearsal days: Mon – Friday, an occasional Saturday if needed.
Rehearsal times: 6.30 -9pm, based on cast schedule
Rehearsal location:  TBA

Contact: For more information visit therenaissanceguild.org, or call (210) 560.0481

*Subject to change

Details:

The Carver Community Cultural Center & TRG

announces auditions for their original musical revue


The Chitilin’ Circuit was a pre-civil rights era performance network, spread from Harlem to Los Angeles which provided Black entertainers with consistent employment, and, kept the music of Black America alive during the late thirties, forties and fifties.  In the seventies, with the rise of integrated performance spaces, the Chitilin’ Circuit slowly disappeared.  The Johnnie Phillips’ Eastwood Country Club, Don Albert’s Keyhole Club and the Carver Library Auditorium were a part of that circuit in San Antonio.

This revue is a celebration of the Eastwood, Keyhole and Carver, the entertainers who played on the circuit and the Circuit itself.   The Eastwood Country Club becomes the metaphor for all of this, presenting, as it did, such “Divas” as Dinah Washington, Etta James, Sarah Vaughn and many more.  But by extension the Revue and the Eastwood represents the music of three decades of African American music, the history and its influence on today’s music.

 

Characters Needed:

5 Female Singers needed: in all registers of jazz, blues, gospel, soul, and neo-soul vocal styles.

Please come prepared to sing a song from the list below, a cappella or with a CD TRACK (please, no iPODs)

Artist/Song list:

Lavern Baker:

“Jim Dandy”

Ruth Brown:

“(Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean”

Linda Hopkins:

“Tain’t nobody’s business”

Etta James:

“I rather go blind”

Jill Scott: 

“You don’t know”

Ike and Tina Turner:

“Proud Mary”

Big Mama Thornton: Ball & Chain;  “Good Rocking tonight”

Sister Rosetta Tharp:

“Eye is on the Sparrow”

Nancy Wilson:

“How glad I am”

Nina Simone:

“Trouble in Mind”

Roberta Flack:

“First Time Ever I saw your face”

Cassandra Wilson:

“You don’t know what love is”

Jackie Wilson:

“Lonely Teardrops”

Dinah Washington: 

“What a difference a day makes”

Esther Phillips: Nobody knows you “When you’re down and out”

Location: 226 N. Hackberry, San Antonio, Texas, 78202
Our Website: www.therenaissanceguild.org
Contact/More Information: www.therenaissanceguild.org

(210) 560.0481





Renaissance on the River - performers

The Magik Theatre
Audition/Workshop starts on: 07/06/2015 and Runs Through: 08/14/2015
Times: As needed.
Production/Performance Dates: September 4 - September 6, 2015
Details:

Hear ye, Hear ye, All Renaissance  Fair Performers!

Shakespeare in the Park: Renaissance on the River, a Shakespeare festival and Renaissance experience, is seeking period costumed performers of all types: musicians, jugglers, magicians, street characters, groups, belly dancers, etc., to be part of the Renaissance Fair portion of our event! The event is Sept 4–6 at La Villita in downtown San Antonio. There is a small budget for performers, and we will be happy for you to “pass the hat.” The San Antonio Shakespeare Festival is a fun, free family event and we anticipate large crowds for the Labor Day weekend. If you are interested in coming to play contact David Morgan at dmorgan@magiktheatre.org.

Characters Needed: Street entertainers - in period Elizabethan costume:

Strolling musicians
Jugglers
Madrigal singers
Magicians
Belly dancers
Fire eaters / sword swallowers
Street characters
Etc. - if you have an idea, let us know!


Location: 420 South Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas, 78205
Our Website: www.magiktheatre.org
Contact/More Information: David Morgan, dmorgan@magiktheatre.org





ALL-STAR VIDEO: A 90's Trope

Overtime Theater
Audition/Workshop starts on: 08/15/2015 and Runs Through: 08/16/2015
Times: Auditions will be Saturday, August 15th from 12:00 - 4:00 pm and Sunday, August 16th from 12:00 - 4:00 pm.
Production/Performance Dates: The production runs from October 23rd - November 21st.  Every Friday and Saturday night, plus Sunday, November 1 and Sunday, November 15 and Thursday, November 5 and Thursday, November 19.  (5 week run, 14 performances)
Details:
Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script, sides will be provided at auditions. Prepared monologues welcome but not required.

Please bring a headshot and resume.

Guitar and Singing skills are required for a few characters. (noted with “**” in the character description)

Synopsis of the play:

Lace up your Doc’s, grab your flannel, and light up a clove because the 90’s are back only at the Overtime Theater. Set in 1995, All-Star Video may be forced to close its doors forever unless its slacker misfit employees can come together, pull off a hail mary, and save the fledgling VHS store from a corporate takeover by the evil Blue-Star Video.

Characters Needed:

Jason:  male mid 20’s, is a film school dropout with too much movie knowledge for his own good. He has become his own road block in life and, with the help of his best friend Ian, he must find a way to overcome the trials and tribulations of his love life, proposed feature film, and slacker life choices.

Emily:  female early to mid 20’s, is sweet and kind to a fault. She is the kindest, most positive person you will ever meet and she would do anything to make sure you’re ok. She has worked hard at receiving high marks in her academic career and now her future stands on a precipice as she nervously awaits her grad school letter.

Tessa:  female early to mid 20’s, is what you would call the free spirit or gypsy of the group. She has a magnetic personality and she is all over the place, a common factor men are attracted to. She lives her life on a whim but relies on her best friend Emily to be her rock in life.

Matt:  Once one of the hottest young upstarts in the New York business scene, Matt, male late 30’s, has fallen from grace after being blacklisted following false allegations by a competitor concerning shady business practices. After moving back home he opened up All-Star Video to once again attempt to make something of himself.

Ethan:  male late teen’s, is a young conservative kid trying to find his place in the world and start making his own claim on life. He is generally nervous and confused about the world but is sweet and brave at his core.

Corey:  male early 20’s, is your local friend and dealer. He is young and loud with no care about who sees or hears him. He jams to metal, punk, and hip hop to the max. He reeks of weed but loves giving hugs.

Devon:  male mid 30’s, is a local success story who has snaked his way to being a pillar of the community sponsoring baseball teams to organize charitable works. While he may be slick on the outside he is nothing but a pure shark inside. He is part franchise owner of BLUE STAR VIDEO.

Dalton:  male late 20’s, is the regional manager for BLUE STAR VIDEO and second in command to Devon. He is an asshole through and through. He enjoys Greco Roman wrestling and has a vintage collection of men’s cologne.

Tanner:  male mid 20’s, is a model BLUE STAR employee, arrogant and egotistical, and assistant to the regional manager. He has a knack for pushing all the right buttons and pissing people off. He sees himself as god’s gift to women and serves as Dalton’s wingman we needed.

David:  A WWII vet, David, male early 70’s, is a grizzled old Jewish man with a heart of gold. He has years of experience in life and dispenses wisdom when needed. He is alone in life but finds happiness and comfort hanging out at All-Star Video, surrounded by young and old.

Location: 1203 Camden, Near the Pearl Brewery Complex, San Antonio, Texas, 78215
Our Website: www.theovertimetheater.org
Contact/More Information:

Bryan Ortiz (Director/Writer)

Bryan.fcpred@gmail.com

Robert Jerdee (Producer/Writer)

robertj222@hotmail.com





DEATH BY DESIGN by Rob Urbinati

Spotlight Theatre & Arts Group Etc, Inc. (S.T.A.G.E., Inc.)
Audition/Workshop Date: 08/23/2015
Times:

DATE:           Sunday, August 23, 2015 at 4:00 P.M.

PLACE:          S.T.A.G.E., Inc. at Krause House Theatre,             1300  Bulverde Road in Bulverde

Production/Performance Dates: Oct 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18
Details:

Take the humor of Noel Coward, the mystery of Agatha Christie, add a husband and wife with a love/hate relationship, throw in an assortment of interesting and zany house guests, top it off with a feisty maid and dashing chauffer and you have the perfect recipe for laughter. A hilarious new who-done-it classic.

Characters Needed:

                               CHARACTERS

BRIDGIT - the Maid. Irish. Crabby. Warm-hearted. Fifties

JACK - the Chauffer. Cockney. Charming. Clever. Twenties

EDWARD BENNET - the Playwright. Urbane Vain. Thirties/Forties

SOREL BENNET - the Actress. Glamorous. Daffy. Thirties/Forties

WALTER PEARCE - the Politician. Stiff. Conservative. Thirties/Forties

ERIC - the Radical. Emphatic. Fiery. Twenties

VICTORIA VAN ROTH - the Bohemian. Intense.   Artistic. Any age.

ALICE - the Visitor. Sweet. Shy. Twenties

Location: 1300 Bulverde Road , Bulverde, Texas, 78163-0575
Our Website: www.stagebulverde.org
Contact/More Information:

Contact Persons: Mona Klein/Charlotte Miniard (830) 438-2339






Female adult audition for SBT

Storybook Theatre / Lynn Draper
Audition/Workshop starts on: 07/08/2015 and Runs Through: 08/31/2015
Times: Auditions ongoing until positions are filled.  More than one person is needed.
Production/Performance Dates: 2015/2016 school year (ongoing)
Details:
Adult female needed for touring theatre troupe.  Ages college to 55 yrs. Needed is someone with a flexible schedule. Part time. Performing mostly during the week. Travel around the state of Texas is required at times but with plenty of advance notice.  Storybook Theatre performs primarily for schools but theaters as well. Some drama experience preferred.
Location: 10415 Teich Loop, New Braunfels, Texas, 78132
Our Website: www.sbtheatre.com
Contact/More Information: Contact Lynn 210-658-6450
stories@satx.rr.com





X-Celerated Theatre Program Teacher

The Magik Theatre
Audition/Workshop starts on: 08/01/2015 and Runs Through: 08/31/2015
Details:
The Magik Theatre’s Education Department is looking for enthusiastic theatrical teaching artists for its X-Celerated Theatre program. Selected educators will teach theatre for at-risk youth in multiple San Antonio facilities. The instructor will work with a group of students for 16 weeks, helping them develop an original work for a performance.
 
The mission of the X-celerated Theatre program is to incorporate theatre into the counseling that the youth already receive, supplying them with strong writing, communication, teamwork, and leadership skills. The teaching artists will be responsible for differentiating and implementing curriculum, recruiting, production development with assistance from The Magik Theatre staff.
 
This is a part-time paid position with a travel reimbursement.
 
Requirements
  • Must be 21 years of age or older
  • Must be able to pass a rigorous background check
  • Experience working with at-risk youth
  • High School Diploma (GED or better)
  • Must have theatre training – directorial experience a plus
  • Must have teaching experience
  • Must have excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Must be organized and able to execute curriculum on a compressed timeline
  • Must have reliable transportation
Open until filled
Location: 420 South Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas, 78205
Our Website: www.magiktheatre.org
Contact/More Information: Please send resume and cover letter to education@magiktheatre.org.





Medea

Classic Theatre of San Antonio
Audition/Workshop starts on: 09/13/2015 and Runs Through: 09/14/2015
Times:

Auditions will be held at The Classic Theatre of San Antonio, 1924 Fredericksburg Road, 78201 on: 09/13/2015 and 09/14/15 from 7-10pm with Callbacks on: 09/21/2015 from 7-10 pm.

Production/Performance Dates: November 6-29
Details:

Audition requirements: Prepare one dramatic monologue and 16 measures of a ballad.  Callbacks will be cold readings of scenes and a dance call for all females in the show. The chorus will need to act, sing, and dance. All music will be sung a capella.

Medea by Euripides

Medea and her two children wait in exile for her heroic husband to secure a place for them, only to find out that he has abandoned them for the King's daughter. With her imminent banishment, divorcement from her only love, and separation from her two children drawing nigh, Medea has twenty-four hours to exact revenge and reclaim the only thing she has left: her life.

Characters Needed:

Nurse:  A young woman, 18 – 25. Medea's confidant, and the narrator of the story.
Medea's Children: Two boys, 6-11 years old. Thin, playful, innocent, genuine.
Medea:  Queen of Colchis, 35-50. A powerful, magical, cunning, classically beautiful woman who has just passed her prime, capable of covering a Hamlet-esque range of emotion and psychology.  She is not the aggressor, rather she is the victim who has been cornered into a terrible situation and must fight her way out.
Jason: A devilishly handsome, charismatic 30-40 year old who can make any powerful woman swoon.  He's a conqueror of land, riches, and hearts.  Once he has vanquished, he moves on.  He has a sense of invincibility with an expertise in diplomacy. A womanizer, as well as a leader of men.
Aegeus-King of Athens:  A friendly man who is especially fond of Medea. He and his wife are best friends with Jason & Medea.  He is willing to sacrifice for his friends as long as it doesn't compromise the safety of his people.
Chorus 1-4: Four women who characterize the voices in Medea's head. They battle out scenarios with Medea and support her decisions. Must be able to dance and sing.

Total cast: 12 people

Actors and technicians will receive a stipend.

Location: 1924 Fredericksburg Rd, San Antonio, Texas, 78201
Our Website: www.classictheatre.org
Contact/More Information:

Please call Florence for an audition appointment: (210) 589-8450.






Death By Design by Rob Urbinati

Harlequin Dinner Theatre
Audition/Workshop starts on: 11/09/2015 and Runs Through: 11/10/2015
Times:

Monday, November 9th from 7pm to 9pm
Tuesday, November 10th from 7pm to 9pm
Production/Performance Dates:
January 15th - February 27th
Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays
Details:
Please have a prepared monologue and expect cold readings.


For an audition slot, please email robertjolivas@live.com.
Rehearsal will begin November 16th at 7pm. 


Edward Bennett, a playwright, and his wife Sorel Bennett, an actress, flee London and head to Cookham after a disastrous opening night. But various guests arrive unexpectedly -a conservative politician, a fiery socialist, a nearsighted ingenue, a zany modern dancer - each with a long-held secret. When one of the guests is murdered, it’s left to Bridgit, the feisty Irish maid with a macabre interest in homicide, to solve the crime.
Characters Needed:
Bridgit - the Irish maid. Crabby. Warm-hearted. 50s
Jack - the chauffeur. Cockney. Charming. Clever. 20s
Edward Bennett - the playwright. Urbane. Vain. 30s/40s
Sorel Bennett - the actress. Glamorous. Daffy. 30s/40s
Walter Pearce - the politician. Stiff. Conservative. 30s/40s
Eric - the radical. Emphatic. Fiery. 20s
Victoria Van Roth - the bohemian. Intense. Artistic. 20s/30s
Alice - the visitor. Sweet. Shy. 20s
Location: Bldg. 2652 Harney Path, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, 78234-5020
Our Website: www.myjbsa-fss-mwr.com
Contact/More Information: Please call 210-222-9694 for more information. 





Stage Managers Wanted at SeaWorld

SeaWorld San Antonio
Audition/Workshop starts on: 04/13/2015 and Runs Through: 12/31/2015
Details:
Live show productions at SeaWorld

Stage Manager Positions
Available at SeaWorld San Antonio

Apply from April 9-13, 2015

For more information and link to apply on line visithttp://www.seaworldauditions.com

Primary Purpose:


To oversee the installation, rehearsal and operation of assigned Entertainment venue/area, including the supervision and development of the cast and crew on a daily basis. Maintain ongoing and overall safety/quality of shows and events.

Basic Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent required, College Degree preferred
  • Two (2) years of related experience in Theater preferred.
  • Prior technical training and management experience preferred.
  • General knowledge of theatrical operation required.
  • Certain venues require the ability to swim.
  • Certain venues require applicant be at least 18 years of age.
  • Working knowledge of the English language with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office to include Word and Excel.
  • Must be able to multitask while maintaining a positive attitude to ensure excellent guest service.
  • Must be able to stand, walk, and work for prolonged periods of time in extreme weather conditions.
  • Must be willing to work a flexible schedule to include weekdays, weekends, evenings, and holidays
  • Consistently practices safe work habits including, but not limited to the use of personal protective equipment, lifting and reporting of unsafe situations
  • Must be willing to comply with and ensure team members comply with all SEA grooming guidelines and employment standards.
  • Must be able to successfully complete all legal, company and department training requirements to include but not limited to passing required tests and certifications within established timelines.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assisting in the installation/remounting of new or changing show/performance product while maintaining open, clear and concise communication with internal and external departments.
  • Working with cast and crew to maintain the integrity of the show and maintenance with regards to technical and safety related issues as well as general cleaning. Learning technical tracks in order to fill in, when necessary.
  • Training, supervising, evaluating, coaching and developing the cast/crew in your assigned venue/area. Administering feedback sessions and evaluations in a timely manner.
  • Following and maintaining training protocols and standard operating procedures in your assigned venue/area and collaborating with your Supervisor to update and develop these, as needed.
  • Assisting in the maintenance of team member training records.
  • Assisting in the development, training and maintenance of safety inspections and procedures for your assigned venue/area.
  • This includes, but is not limited to, green tag procedure, injury reduction plans, MSDS sheets, emergency action plans and monthly safety inspections. Consistently practicing safe work habits and reporting unsafe situations to management.
  • Acting as the point-of-contact in your respective areas for internal and external departments, as well as outside contractors (i.e. directors, choreographers, construction companies, etc.)
  • Various tasks for assigned venue/area to include, but not limited to, attending meetings, attending development classes, monitoring team’s schedules and hours, team member documentation, updating/maintaining team member files, checking/responding to email in a timely manner, creating/maintaining personal & venue calendars and assisting guests when necessary.
  • Demonstrating consistent courtesy and professionalism in all work
Location: 10500 SeaWorld Dr., San Antonio, Texas, 78251
Our Website: www.seaworldauditions.com
Contact/More Information: see our website and follow the link to apply.






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CSDC Imps Troupe

Crystal Sea Drama Company
Audition/Workshop starts on: 08/19/2015 and Runs Through: 08/20/2015
Times: Wednesday and Thursday, 4:30-6 p.m.
Production/Performance Dates: Performances 3-6 times throughout the year; dates tbd
Details:

CSDC Imps Troupe

Grades: 7th and up

By Audition only

Auditions: August 19, 4:30-6 p.m. Callbacks, August 20, 4:30-6 p.m., if necessary.  

Rehearsals: times to be determined after auditions, based on troupe members’ schedules – at least one to two rehearsals a month

Instructors: Student Interns Chris Miller, Sidney Murray

Supervisor: Irene Miller

Supply Fee: $15 for t-shirt if new to Troupe

This class will perform three to five times a year, dates tba

CSDC Imps – “We put the IMP in IMProvisation” – is a student run group that performs a number of times throughout the year. Students are accepted into the Troupe by audition only.

Location: 8414 Speedway, San Antonio, Texas, 78230
Our Website: www.crystalseadrama.org
Contact/More Information: Irene, irene@crystalseadrama.org, 210/849-0934





2015 Playfest

Crystal Sea Drama Company
Audition/Workshop Date: 09/03/2015
Times: Thursday, 7-9 p.m.
Production/Performance Dates: October 9-18, 2015 - Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays
Details:

The festival is open to all students (including college age). However, current and former CSDC students will be given priority in filling the open spots. To sign up for auditions, please email Irene Miller, irene@crystalseadrama.org anytime between August 9 and September 1. A list of how many actors, and the ages, number of males, and number of females that are needed will be posted on the CSDC website (www.crystalseadrama.org) and the CSDC public Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Crystal-Sea-Drama-Company-CSDC/119925671435) by August 8. Include in the email your name, email address, phone number, parents’ names and contact information, and any conflicts with the dates listed below in the General Timeline from September 21 through October 18. Actors will be contacted within one day of emailing their request and will be given an audition time on September 3.

Auditions will consist of performing a monologue of the actor’s choice (between 30 seconds and 1 minute long), along with a possible cold reading. You will be free to leave after your audition is completed. The audition panel will be made up of the New Play Festival playwrights and directors, Mrs. Miller, and at least two other adults. Actors will be notified on or before September 17, with the results of the audition.

All participants will need to pay the New Play Festival Fee. For students who are taking other classes at CSDC, the cost is $150. For students who are not taking other classes at CSDC, the cost is $175. This fee includes two complimentary tickets per participant, tuition, and supply fee. This fee is due at the first rehearsal, along with the show contract. 

Actors will be required to attend all rehearsals and performances. Actors may be cast in one or more plays and may be asked to provide costume pieces if the play is set in modern times. You will be expected to memorize the script(s) in which you are cast.

Play Festival General Timeline and Important Dates:

September 3: Auditions, 7-9 p.m.

September 21-25; 28-October 2: rehearsals start; 6-9 p.m. Mondays through Wednesdays and Fridays; Thursdays 7-9 p.m. (Times can be adjusted based on schedules of participants)

October 3: Tech rehearsal, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

October 5-8: Dress rehearsals, 5-10 p.m.

October 9-10: Performances – call time 5 p.m.; show 7:30 p.m.

October 11: Performance – call time 12:30 p.m.; show 3:00 p.m.

October 16-17: Performances – call time 5 p.m.; show 7:30 p.m.

October 18: Performance – call time 12:30 p.m.; show 3:00 p.m., 5 p.m. strike; 7:30 p.m. strike party

October 19: Finish strike, 6-9 p.m.

Characters Needed: tba
Location: 8414 Speedway, San Antonio, Texas, 78230
Our Website: www.crystalseadrama.org
Contact/More Information: Irene, irene@crystalseadrama.org, 210/849-0934
http://www.crystalseadrama.org/NewPlayFest.html






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Stage Makeup Workshop

Woodlawn Theatre, Inc.
Audition/Workshop starts on: 07/27/2015 and Runs Through: 07/31/2015
Details:
July 27-July 31

Tuition: $215 (camp shirt included)

Professional makeup class taught by Artistic Director, Greg Hinojosa, will feature fantasy, animals, old age, and more! Stage Makeup Workshop is predominantly geared for older kids and teens. The class is for one week 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Monday-Friday. A different theme will be taught each day. Students will apply makeup techniques on themselves and other students as time allows. Tuition includes price of make-up kit. Register for camp at woodlawnapa.org. Spaces are limited so sign up today.
Location: 1920 Fredericksburg Road, San Antonio, Texas, 78201
Our Website: www.woodlawntheatre.org
Contact/More Information: Ariana Trevino, info@woodlawntheatre.org





Attack of the Zombies

New Braunfels Performing Arts
Audition/Workshop starts on: 08/03/2015 and Runs Through: 08/08/2015
Times: Classes August 3-7 at the Brauntex theatre full day and half day options available please go to www.nbperformingatrs.com for details on the camp.
Production/Performance Dates: August 8 7:00pm
Details:
All campers will be in the show.
Characters Needed: all characters needed.
Location: 290 west San Antonio street, New Braunfels , Texas, 78130
Our Website: www.nbperformingarts.com
Contact/More Information: www.nbperformingarts.com or email: sherry@nbperformingarts.com





Camp Showbiz! Summer Camp

The Magik Theatre
Audition/Workshop starts on: 07/13/2015 and Runs Through: 08/21/2015
Times: Ages 3-5
Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon

Ages 6-17
Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Extended care also available.

Camp now offered at 2 locations!

Magik Theatre downtown campus
420 S. Alamo • San Antonio, Texas 78205 • (210) 227-2751

Magik Performing Arts Center (northside)
5359 Casa Bella • San Antonio, Texas 78249 • (210) 375-5458
Production/Performance Dates: Magik Theatre Downtown Campus Camp Showcases
July 17, July 31, August 14, August 21

Northside Magik Performing Arts Center Camp Showcases
July 10, July 17, July 24, July 31, August 7, August 14, August 21
Details:
Visit our website or call (210) 227-2751 to register!
Location: 420 South Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas, 78205
Our Website: www.magiktheatre.org
Contact/More Information: The Magik Theatre's Camp Showbiz offers creativity and fun while helping children and teens build self-confidence and learn independence, problem-solving, teamwork and other skills that will help them be successful in life, even if they don't plan to go on stage!





ComedySportz Teen Improv 101

ComedySportz San Antonio
Audition/Workshop Date: 08/22/2015
Times: Teen Improv 101 classes - Saturdays from 2pm-4:30pm

Registration is for the 6 week Saturday session.
Details:
IMPROV 101: Introduction to Fun*
 
We focus on the basics of improvisation: team-building, trust, speed, status, active listening, and agreement. You will learn to be fearless and have fun on stage!

This workshop emphasizes basic verbal and physical communication skills by exploring spontaneity, active listening, risk-taking, story-telling, character development, and other fun stuff in a safe, non-judgmental environment. Laughter and positive vibes guaranteed. No prerequisite except willingness for silliness. You learn the fundamentals for creating effective improv scene work.  Giggles, chuckles, and guffaws included in course fee. It will be one of the funniest and most fun, life strengthening things you will ever do for yourself. 

No prerequisites or previous experience required. Class includes 2 passes to a regularly scheduled CSZ show. Class participants will get to perform in a showcase on Friday October 2 at 6:00pm which is free for friends and family.

Registration fee:  $170

Upcoming workshop dates - each workshop is six 2.5 hour sessions:


Saturdays - August 22 - September 26 2:00-4:30pm


Student Testimonials:

"Improv 101 was a class that stretched my mind, my imagination and my soul. I learned how to listen to others and laugh at myself. I learned how to become a kid all over again."

"I used the idea of 'something could go terribly wrong, I can't wait' at work and found it very liberating. I wasn't fearful anymore of the unexpected happening."

"Jason was an energetic guide who pulled out the inner actor in me. I was able to let go and have fun without inhibitions. Enjoyable, fearless, and pushy--I have enlarged my boundaries."

"I can't wait to do it again. I feel more fun and playful. It's a great way to get out of the seriousness of every day life. Then bring that fun back into my life. I could not have found a better way to be more like a kid again."

"Just wanted to say thank you! I did a 1.5 hr presentation the other day for 70 people and it went wonderfully. Before taking improv with ya'll I would have been a wreck (even with a much smaller presentation) THANK YOU!!"

"Remember when you were a kid, when acting silly & having fun went hand in hand. If you want to find some fun in your life again, take this class ... and hey, it's cheaper than therapy ..."

"I had so much fun! I opened up and explored the different side of me. I learned that I can do anything if I put my mind to it. Awesome & fun!"
Location: 11950 Starcrest suite 210, San Antonio, Texas, 78247
Our Website: www.cszsa.com/
Contact/More Information: Click here to register: --> register here <--
or call 210-338-0279 for more information





ComedySportz Improv 101

ComedySportz San Antonio
Audition/Workshop Date: 08/23/2015
Times: Improv 101 classes - Sundays from 2pm-4:30pm 

Registration is for the 6 week Sunday session.
Details:
IMPROV 101: Introduction to Fun*
 
We focus on the basics of improvisation: team-building, trust, speed, status, active listening, and agreement. You will learn to be fearless and have fun on stage!

This workshop emphasizes basic verbal and physical communication skills by exploring spontaneity, active listening, risk-taking, story-telling, character development, and other fun stuff in a safe, non-judgmental environment. Laughter and positive vibes guaranteed. No prerequisite except willingness for silliness. You learn the fundamentals for creating effective improv scene work.  Giggles, chuckles, and guffaws included in course fee. It will be one of the funniest and most fun, life strengthening things you will ever do for yourself. 

No prerequisites or previous experience required. Class includes 2 passes to a regularly scheduled CSZ show.

Registration fee:  $150

Upcoming workshop dates - each workshop is six 2.5 hour sessions:


Sundays - August 23 - September 27  2:00-4:30pm


Student Testimonials:

"Improv 101 was a class that stretched my mind, my imagination and my soul. I learned how to listen to others and laugh at myself. I learned how to become a kid all over again."

"I used the idea of 'something could go terribly wrong, I can't wait' at work and found it very liberating. I wasn't fearful anymore of the unexpected happening."

"Jason was an energetic guide who pulled out the inner actor in me. I was able to let go and have fun without inhibitions. Enjoyable, fearless, and pushy--I have enlarged my boundaries."

"I can't wait to do it again. I feel more fun and playful. It's a great way to get out of the seriousness of every day life. Then bring that fun back into my life. I could not have found a better way to be more like a kid again."

"Just wanted to say thank you! I did a 1.5 hr presentation the other day for 70 people and it went wonderfully. Before taking improv with ya'll I would have been a wreck (even with a much smaller presentation) THANK YOU!!"

"Remember when you were a kid, when acting silly & having fun went hand in hand. If you want to find some fun in your life again, take this class ... and hey, it's cheaper than therapy ..."

"I had so much fun! I opened up and explored the different side of me. I learned that I can do anything if I put my mind to it. Awesome & fun!"
Location: 11950 Starcrest suite 210, San Antonio, Texas, 78247
Our Website: www.cszsa.com/
Contact/More Information: Clicke here to register: --> register here <--
or call 210-338-0279 for more information





Crystal Sea Drama Company Classes 15-16

Crystal Sea Drama Company
Audition/Workshop starts on: 08/25/2015 and Runs Through: 04/28/2016
Times: Tuesdays, 1-6 p.m. and Thursdays, 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
Details:
Orientation and Registration for CSDC 2015-2016 classes, August 6, 6-9 p.m.

CSDC Fine Arts Studio, 8414 Speedway

Classes include: Technical Theatre Production Stagecraft, Exploring Theatre, Elementary Theatre Arts, CSDC Imps - Improvisation, Elementary Art, Advanced Shakespeare Performance Class, Scenic Painting Techniques, Costume Design and Building, Production Class - Acting, Renaissance Trebuchet Challenge

Ages 5-19

Registration fee: $75/student include free t-shirt; $150 family maximum, plus $15 for required t-shirt for 3rd or more student

Tuition and supply fees vary by class. See website for more details. http://www.crystalseadrama.org/FallSpring.html
Location: 8414 Speedway, San Antonio, Texas, 78230
Our Website: www.crystalseadrama.org
Contact/More Information: Irene, irene@crystalseadrama.org, 210/849-0934
http://www.crystalseadrama.org/FallSpring.html






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Renaissance on the River - vendors

The Magik Theatre
Audition/Workshop starts on: 07/06/2015 and Runs Through: 08/17/2015
Times: As needed
Production/Performance Dates: September 4-6, 2015
Details:

Hear ye, Hear ye, All Renaissance  Fair vendors!

Shakespeare in the Park: Renaissance on the River, a Shakespeare festival and Renaissance experience, is seeking period-appropriate vendors to be part of the Renaissance Fair portion of our event! We are expanding our Shakespeare in the Park event to include Renaissance vendors.

The event is Sept 4–6 at La Villita in downtown San Antonio. For vendors who provide their own period booths there will no booth charge up front (just a percentage – so it’s low risk.) We have had great response for the past 10 years for this event. Demos are a big plus if you have the ability.  The San Antonio Shakespeare Festival is a fun, free family event and we anticipate large crowds for the Labor Day weekend. If you are interested in coming to play contact David Morgan at dmorgan@magiktheatre.org
Characters Needed: Elizabethan-period-appropriate vendors/demonstrators:

Glassblower
Potter
Paper-maker / bookbinder
Jeweler / jewelry-maker
Blacksmith
Leather workers
Period clothing
Artists
Etc.
Location: 420 South Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas, 78205
Our Website: www.magiktheatre.org
Contact/More Information: David Morgan at dmorgan@magiktheatre.org





ATAC Seeking Qualified Judges

Alamo Theatre Arts Council
Audition/Workshop starts on: 07/14/2015 and Runs Through: 08/31/2015
Details:
Qualified judges are invited to submit resumes to ATAC for consideration for the 2015/16 theatre season.  We are seeking judges with knowledge of theatre production and some experience. 
Visit atac-sa.org for information on how to submit your resume.
Please join us as we celebrate excellence in San Antonio live theatre!
Our Website: www.atac-sa.org
Contact/More Information: Contact Marisa Varela at atacballotsmarisa@gmail.com for more information.





ArtsVenture

ArtsVenture
Audition/Workshop starts on: 07/14/2015 and Runs Through: 08/31/2015
Times: ONGOING
Details:
ArtVentureSA is an advocacy group for working artists to be the driver of the following goals:

* Create ...a cohesive community for artists to thrive
* Build San Antonio as a city to sustain working artists
* Give individual artists a voice in city government and the private sector
ArtsVentureSA is a new artists advocacy group in San Antonio.

Join the ArtVentureSA Facebook group now for details on upcoming meetings, mixers, and opportunities!
Contact/More Information: https://www.facebook.com/groups/365144123695436/





X-Celerated Theatre Program Teacher

The Magik Theatre
Audition/Workshop starts on: 08/01/2015 and Runs Through: 08/31/2015
Details:
The Magik Theatre’s Education Department is looking for enthusiastic theatrical teaching artists for its X-Celerated Theatre program. Selected educators will teach theatre for at-risk youth in multiple San Antonio facilities. The instructor will work with a group of students for 16 weeks, helping them develop an original work for a performance.
 
The mission of the X-celerated Theatre program is to incorporate theatre into the counseling that the youth already receive, supplying them with strong writing, communication, teamwork, and leadership skills. The teaching artists will be responsible for differentiating and implementing curriculum, recruiting, production development with assistance from The Magik Theatre staff.
 
This is a part-time paid position with a travel reimbursement.
 
Requirements
  • Must be 21 years of age or older
  • Must be able to pass a rigorous background check
  • Experience working with at-risk youth
  • High School Diploma (GED or better)
  • Must have theatre training – directorial experience a plus
  • Must have teaching experience
  • Must have excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Must be organized and able to execute curriculum on a compressed timeline
  • Must have reliable transportation
Open until filled
Location: 420 South Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas, 78205
Our Website: www.magiktheatre.org
Contact/More Information: Please send resume and cover letter to education@magiktheatre.org.





Witte Museum seeks Lighting & Media Tech

Witte Museum
Audition/Workshop starts on: 07/20/2015 and Runs Through: 08/31/2015
Times: Position is open until filled.
Details:

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Lighting and Media Technician/Preparator is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of all audio-visual equipment used in the various exhibits, including TV, media players, computers, projectors and sound systems; also responsible for audio-visual setups during the week and weekends to accommodate events. The position is responsible for all lighting pertaining to exhibits and the inventory of lighting equipment and supplies. The Lighting and Media Technician/Preparator, under general supervision, provides a wide variety of skilled and semi-skilled duties in the fabrication, construction, preparation, production, installation and care of museum exhibits and performs related duties as required. The Lighting and Media Technician/Preparator works with carpenters, installers and other exhibit staff as well as assists other departments such as curatorial and collections, events, education, facilities and development as needed.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Set up audio-visual equipment and systems
  • Work with the Manager of Exhibits to design audio-visual components for exhibits
  • Responsible for the repair, maintenance and inventory of all audio-visual equipment
  • Duplicate, edit, and produce audio and visual media as necessary
  • Provide technical support in all aspects of audio-visual technology and assist with the design, construction and installation of exhibits, displays, and other related areas as needed
  • Maintain lighting in the exhibition galleries and program spaces
  • Work with and assist preparators, fabricators, and other museum staff as needed
  • Assist with fabrication, assembly, installation, dismantling and/or moving of exhibit items, and valuable artifacts
  • Repair and maintain exhibits
  • Paint and prepare an exhibit space for exhibit installation
  • Hang and remove paintings and other exhibit items
  • Assist with structural, technical and security aspects of exhibits
  • Ability to perform woodworking, metalworking, and plastic work to build or repair exhibit elements
  • Assist in maintaining the exhibit department shop and associated tools, machinery, and storage areas
  • Work as an exhibit Preparator as needed

 EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS:

  • Extensive knowledge of audio-visual systems
  • At least 5 years experience in the repair and maintenance of audio-visual equipment
  • Knowledge of theatrical lighting systems
  • Knowledgeable in the use of woodworking equipment and hand tools
  • At least 2 years of experience working in a museum and/or gallery
  • Good manual dexterity and knowledge in special care and handling of irreplaceable and valuable artifacts
  • Must have experience with fabrication and woodworking
  • Must be able to work off of ladders, forklifts, boom lifts and scissor lifts
  • Must be able to work in confined spaces in addition to public spaces in the Museum
  • Must possess strong oral and written communication skills
  • Must be an energetic, enthusiastic individual
  • Must be a flexible, team-oriented individual who works well in groups or on individual projects
  • Must be able to understand and carry out specific tasks and instructions, but also be willing to collaborate and make suggestions to solve problems
  • Must have experience with Windows and Macintosh platforms
  • Familiarity with ETC Architectural Control Systems

 EDUCATION:

  • Preferred: BA in Art or Design with hands-on fabrication experience
  • Preferred: Electronic/Technical degree

 PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be in good physical condition with the ability to lift up to 50 lbs, walking, climbing stairs, etc.
  • Must be able to drive a 20’ box truck (clean driving record)
  • Must be able to work flexible hours including after hours and some weekends
Location: 3801 Broadway, San Antonio, Texas, 78209
Our Website: www.wittemuseum.org
Contact/More Information:

Résumé and Cover Letter may be emailed to: humanresources@wittemuseum.org         

The Witte Museum is an equal opportunity employer.






 

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