NTC seeks a Trainee
Touring Stage Manager
to work in rehearsals and on tour for
'How to Make a Killing in Bollywood'
by Umar Ahmed and Manjot Sumal. This is a musical comedy about two best friends who decide to quit their jobs in a fast food restaurant and head to Bollywood in search of fame and fortune. A play about friendship and ambition and the lengths people will go to realise their dreams, punctuated throughout with a fantastic sound track and infectious injections of Bollywood dance moves.
- Candidates will have stage management training or worked as stage management in amateur/semi-professional theatre.
- This traineeship will be fully mentored by producer Gillian Hambleton and the touring stage manager. Candidates will acquire skills and experience in all aspects of small scale-touring theatre including get-ins and get-outs, LX: rigging and focusing, FX and propping.
- You must be available from
30 August to 5 November 2016
. This is a full time opportunity and will include weekend and evening working - you will also be required to write a final report on your experience.
- This exceptional opportunity offers
a bursary of £290 p.w.
, accommodation in Alnwick during rehearsals and accommodation on tour.
- Please apply by email by 18 July with full CV and letter explaining why you would be suitable for this training opportunity, which is partially funded by The Barbour Foundation.
- Interviews are on 21 July 2016 in
. NTC actively seeks applications from BAME candidates and trainees resident in the North East.
Please submit your application to Email: