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Job Openings

Sound Engineer (Winston-Salem)

Triad Stage, a celebrated LORT Theatre in Greensboro, NC, seeks a candidate for Sound Engineer for four productions at the Hanesbrands Theatre in Winston-Salem, NC.  The ideal candidate will be a strong collaborator and creative problem solver These services include, but are not limited to, assisting the Sound Supervisor in pre-production planning and placing speakers and ClearCom headset systems as necessary during the load in period; attendance and participation in all technical rehearsals and daytime rehearsals during the preview period as scheduled by the theatre management and director; setting up and striking tech table headset systems as necessary for rehearsals during the preview period; per-performance maintenance of sound system and Clearcom system including powering up and testing pre-show and shutting down post-show; executing of sound cues during each performance as called by the Stage Manage; and performing light preparation as necessary for load out of sound equipment after the closing performance. Qualifications include BFA or BA in technical theatre, or commensurate professional experience; command of sound equipment and its usage; experience programming and operating a Yamaha LS9 sound board or similar; strong commitment to safety in the workplace.  This is a periodic, temporary position and compensation will be made on a fee per show basis.  Housing will not be provided for out of town candidates.  Please send cover letter and resume to theater@triadstage.org.  Triad Stage has a core value of inclusion and is actively seeking to diversify its staff.

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Master Electrician (A Christmas Carol)

Triad Stage, a celebrated LORT Theatre in Greensboro, NC, seeks a candidate Master Electrician for A Christmas Carol at the Hanesbrands Theatre in Winston-Salem, NC.  The ideal candidate will be a strong collaborator and creative problem solver.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: preparation and participation in load in, including securing and collecting necessary lighting equipment and rentals; leading focus call; attendance and participation in all technical rehearsals and performances as scheduled by the theatre management and director of each production; supervising crew including light board operator and overhire electricians; performing daily notes during work calls before tech; installing cue lights as deemed necessary by the PSM; executing notes during the run of the production if necessary; loading out and returning equipment January 2 and 3, 2018.  Qualifications include BFA or BA in technical theatre, or commensurate professional experience; command of stage lighting instruments and their usage; knowledge of safe electrical practices; experience programming an ETC Ion board or similar; strong commitment to safety in the workplace.  This is a temporary position and compensation will be made on a fee per show basis.  Housing will not be provided for out of town candidates.  Please send cover letter and resume to theater@triadstage.org. Triad Stage has a core value of inclusion and is actively seeking to diversify its staff.

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Wardrobe Supervisor (A Christmas Carol)

Triad Stage, a celebrated LORT Theatre in Greensboro, NC, seeks a candidate for Wardrobe Supervisor for our upcoming remounted production of A Christmas Carol at the Hanesbrands Theatre in Winston-Salem, NC.  The ideal candidate will be a strong collaborator and creative problem solver.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Assisting Costume Coordinator in final preparation of the costumes for technical rehearsals and transporting them from the Costume Shop to the Hanesbrands Theatre; attendance and participation in all technical rehearsals and performances as scheduled by the theatre management and director; performing pre-performance duties to maintain and prepare the costumes as specified by the Costume Designer and Costume Supervisor; maintaining supplies of consumables as necessary; supervising a crew of two dressers; assisting the cast of actors in changing of costumes as necessary; post-performance duties including coordinating the laundering and dry cleaning of costumes; strike and clean-up following the final performance of the run.  Qualifications include BFA or BA in technical theatre, or commensurate professional experience; command of theatrical stitching techniques; strong commitment to safety in the workplace.  Please send cover letter and resume to theater@triadstage.org.  This is a full time, temporary position and compensation will be made on a fee basis.  Housing will not be provided for out of town candidates.  Triad Stage has a core value of inclusion and is actively seeking to diversify its staff.

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Costume Coordinator (A Christmas Carol)

Triad Stage, a celebrated LORT Theatre in Greensboro, NC, seeks a candidate for Costume Coordinator for our upcoming remounted production of A Christmas Carol at the Hanesbrands Theatre in Winston-Salem, NC.  The ideal candidate will be a strong collaborator and creative problem solver.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Reading the script and costume bible to determine the costume technical needs for this year’s production; maintaining a current and accurate overview of the show workload and budget; anticipating materials, and labor needs of design and staff and providing these in a timely manner; acting as a liaison with stage managers for fittings, public relation photo shoots, and quick change rehearsals; assigning staff and over-hire stitchers and supervising crew calls; attending all production meetings, technical rehearsals and previews; conducting all fittings; updating all paperwork required for the running of performances; arranging the logistics of running the wardrobe department during performances including purchasing consumables, laundering & dry cleaning for garments. Qualifications include BFA or BA in technical theatre, or combination of degree and commensurate professional experience; command of theatrical stitching and pattern making techniques; strong commitment to safety in the workplace.  Please send resume and cover letter to theater@triadstage.org.  This is a full time, temporary position and compensation will be made on a fee basis.  Housing will not be provided for out of town candidates.  Triad Stage has a core value of inclusion and is actively seeking to diversify its staff.

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Play Submissions & Auditions

Play Submission Policy

Thank you for your interest in Triad Stage. We are unable to accept unsolicited scripts at this time. Due to the volume of material we consider each year Triad Stage only accepts play submissions from playwrights, agents, and theatre artists with whom we have an existing professional relationship. Unsolicited scripts will be returned when there is a SASE enclosed; those without a SASE will be recycled.

Please note that Triad Stage does not provide any comments or suggestions about work that we do not intend to develop or produce. If you have any questions or need additional information, please email Kamilah Bush, Artistic Apprentice.

Auditions

TRIAD STAGE CHILD AUDITIONS FOR 2017-18 SEASON 

Triad Stage will be holding auditions for local children for our 2017-2018 season. We are seeking child actors of all ethnicities between the ages of 7-14. We are especially seeking African-American boys and girls between the ages of 8-13.

Auditions will be held on:

Tuesday, September 5, 2017 -- 5pm-8pm at the
Location: The Conference Room at the Milton Rhodes Arts Center
(209 Spruce St N, Winston-Salem, NC 27101) 

Wednesday, September 6, 2017 -- 4pm-8pm
Location: Triad Stage. Space TBA.
(232 South Elm Street, Greensboro, NC 27401)

Auditions are by appointment only. Please contact Sarah Hankins, Associate Artistic Director, to schedule an appointment. Email: sarah@triadstage.org. Phone: 336-274-0067, x215.

If you have already auditioned for the season, you are still under consideration and do not need to attend these auditions. Callbacks for all considered children will take place in mid-September.

Children’s rehearsal schedules vary according to the production. We traditionally rehearse 6-8 hours a day, according to the needs of the production. When in tech we can rehearse up to 10 hours a day. Children are usually called between 4-9 pm during the week and at various times on the weekends. Parents should be prepared that children may be called as early as 11am during the four days of technical rehearsals.

Beautiful Star
First Rehearsal: November 14, 2017
Rehearsing and performing at: The Pyrle Theater in Greensboro
Commitment: November 14, 2017 -- December 24, 2017   
Seeking:          3 girls -- ages 8-13, all ethnicities
1 boy -- age 10-13, African-American

A Christmas Carol
Rehearsing and performing at: Hanesbrands Theater in Winston-Salem
Commitment: November 3, 2017 -- December 24, 2017
Seeking:          4 boys and 3 girls – ages 7-14, all ethnicities

A Raisin in the Sun
Rehearsing and performing at: The Pyrle Theater in Greensboro
Commitment: January 3, 2018 -- February 18, 2018 
Seeking:          1 boy -- age 11, African American

Our Town
Rehearsing and performing at: Hanesbrands Theater in Winston-Salem
Commitment: January 19, 2018 -- March 4, 2018
Seeking:          1 boy and 1 girl – age 9-12, Open ethnicity

We ask that you prepare a short monologue of your choosing OR the monologue below along with your favorite holiday song a capella.

“Scrooge was hard and sharp as flint, from which no steel had ever struck out generous fire. Secret and self-contained and solitary as an oyster. The cold within him froze his old features, nipped his pointed nose, shriveled his cheek, stiffened his gait; made his eyes red and his thin lips blue. Nobody ever stopped him in the street to say: "My dear Scrooge, how are you? When will you come to see me?" No beggars implored him. No children asked him what it was o'clock. But what did Scrooge care? It was the very thing he liked.”