We are seeking a great stage manager to work on our contemporary interpretation of Julius Caesar set in a fetish club. Key themes explored are the taboo of fetish; gender binaries; and women and power. We first performed the show at the 2015 Brighton Fringe to sell out audiences and will be developing it for this year’s Fringe in May. Images from this performance can be found on the projects part of this site.
The show will take place in a flexible space with audience and performers being mixed together, the idea is to make it feel like an immersive club space for the audience.
We’re looking for a stage manager who has some experience working within Fringe festivals, with all their unique problems stresses! We want someone who enjoys working as part of a collaborative team, and who has an interest in the themes the production addresses. We will also be requiring the stage manager to act as a technical operator during the performances.
We will be carrying out R&D on the project over 5 dates in March, specific dates tbc but they will be between 7th and 18th March. Rehearsals will take place over ten days in April, specific dates tbc and we have ten performances in May. Performance dates are 6th – 8th May and 30th May – 5th June, all performances 9:30pm – 10:50pm. Some rehearsals may take place in London depending on where the majority of the cast and team end up being based.
This is an expenses only position. If you’re interested in the position please get in touch with Ellen on firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us a bit more about you and why you’re interested in this role.