Town Theatre, set to begin its centennial season in Columbia next month, is looking for help in the technical side of the house.
The theatre is seeking a part-time assistant technical director. The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of all aspects of technical theatre including set design, construction, lighting and sound. Town Theatre is embarking on its 100th season of operation with a heavy emphasis on musicals. Generally, the theatre produces five main stage shows during the season (September to May), a large summer main stage musical, two to three youth theatre productions as well as various special event shows. The theatre itself is a proscenium stage theatre with a fly system. Sets are built onsite in a workshop and on the stage. Town Theatre values the ability of all staff to work in and promote a harmonious work environment.
Preferred skills include, but are not limited to carpentry, overhead rigging, stage electrics, scenic painting and sound/audio tech experience.
Application deadline: Friday, Sept. 14, 2018. For additional duties and other pertinent information, go here.
(Ed. note: The Hub will have more on the theatre’s exciting centennial season closer to its first production, which coincides with the application deadline for this posting.)
And Long Bay Symphony in Myrtle Beach is looking for an audience engagement manager.
The part time administrative position is responsible for marketing that will create awareness of and promote the Long Bay Symphony and its programs within the Grand Strand community. As a part of community engagement, the position would manage the “Musicians in the Schools” program within the public school districts of Horry and Georgetown Counties.
A bachelor’s degree is required. At least 1-3 years work related experience and a music and/or education background preferred.
An application deadline was not listed. Please go here to find duties and requirements.