PCPA seeks an experienced AEA production stage manager.
You will stage manage shows throughout the season beginning with the PCPA fall production of Peter Pan.
In collaboration with the staff Stage Manager you will lead all stage management activities and all stage management interns, including; conducting all rehearsal and performance activity personally or through intern assignments, including crew assignment all to be coordinated with other Production Department heads, teach students in the conservatory program both in classroom and lab settings.
You will work with the Production Manager to schedule meetings and other events needed to complete the production process. Your duties will include monitoring all Equity actions and maintains compliance with AEA/URTA contract.
Become an essential communication link for the entire company. This position carries with it great deal of responsibility, and understanding the significance of every link of the organization.
We would like to see you begin late August of 2018. An MFA is preferred, or BA/BFA and 4- 5 years of professional experience required. The compensation is per AEA/URTA tier III.
Please send cover letter and resume to Jeff Allen, firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find of the job description at the link below. EOE
PCPA is looking for an enthusiastic, and skilled individual to become our staff Wardrobe Supervisor. Come and take on the responsibility for ensuring smoothly-run performances of each production, which includes: conducting costume changes and quick changes; maintaining costumes and continuing consistency with the original costume design.
Do you have a knowledge of clothing and theatrical practices along with strong organizational and computer skills? Do you enjoy using your combined costume and organizational knowledge to create running lists and costume plots all while you mentor and training entry-level technicians how to be the best member of a wardrobe team?
When you are not running a show you will have the opportunity to work alongside our talented costume shop staff, contributing to the realization of costume designs.
PCPA produces 8-10 shows per year in three theatres. Full-time, hourly, year-round position with benefits. Do you have a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre or possibly equivalent transferable skills from other training and 2 – 3 years of professional experience? The position begins around the first of September 2018.
PCPA – is looking for a skilled, enthusiastic individual for our staff Costume Technician position. Are you ready to be part of a team and take on the construction, alteration, and maintenance of costume pieces? Opportunities may exist to help with light or occasional costume crafts work and share in duties that maintain a clean, organized shop environment.
As a staff costume technician, you will have the opportunity to assist training and advising technical conservatory students as they discover the joy of the costume industry.
Do you have strong stitching skills, the ability to work under deadline, flexibility and excellent communication skills? PCPA produces 8 to 10 shows per year in three theatres. Full-time, hourly, year-round position with benefits. Come and join a resident company where you will be able to enjoy both the consistency of on-going work and the diversity of varied artistic projects.
We are located on the central coast of California. Can you endure year-round beautiful weather?
Do you have a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre or possibly equivalent transferable skills from other training and 1 – 3 years of professional experience? The position begins around the end of August.