Florida Repertory Theatre is a fully professional theatre company serving all of Southwest Florida, and is now in its 20th season as an ensemble-based, artist-driven organization with an annual operating budget of approximately $3 million.
With a growing national profile, Florida Rep is one of the most active arts organizations in the area, and holds true to its mission to "improve the quality of life in our community through all the arts," and strives to continue to "Set the Bar High" as “One of America’s Top Repertory Companies” -The Wall Street Journal.
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STAGE MANAGERS will assist the Director with the formulization of the production as camp enters the second week. They will work with students during the rehearsal process in polishing the work for each production and teaching on and off-stage rehearsal techniques and serve as example of professionalism and leadership. They will then serve as the Production Stage Manager for each show and play a key role in scheduling and organization during technical rehearsals. Previous experience as an Assistant Stage Manager or Stage Manager is required for this position.
CHOREOGRAPHERS will instruct students ages 8-18 in all styles of dance throughout the course of the summer. They will be pivotal in choreographing each production in which they are assigned and aide in mentoring all students in their movement techniques, style, and blocking onstage. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual with previous dance experience who showcases ease when working with children.
TEACHING ARTISTS plays an important role in the success of each camp and the quality of each production. Each show will be divided into four different age groups where a Teaching Artists will be assigned to each group. You will be the closes mentor to the students and play a pivotal role in demonstrating the correct tone and behavior that is expected at Florida Rep. You will work mostly with classroom management, organization, and scheduling as well as serve as Assistant Directors and mentors for the students. We are looking for upbeat, energetic, positive individuals who love their art and sharing it with children. Experience instructing or working with children is highly encouraged.
MUSIC DIRECTOR will vocal direct 1-2 productions and serve as a Teaching Artists for the others. The Music Director is expected to enhance vocal exploration not only musically but physically as they expand the development and range of each student. They will be working with students on various musical styles as well as voice for the actor. Experience in music is required. Those with the ability to play the piano are strongly encouraged to apply.