Producer/director roles and show applications
CUADC Edinburgh Fringe Show Funding 2018
CUADC is now opening applications for Edinburgh Fringe 2018 show funding.
Please follow the link below for the application pack with details on how to apply.
Please send your application to email@example.com by midday on Thursday 22nd February.
Feel free to email Oscar at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about applications!
Deadline: Thursday 22nd February 12:00pm
Applications for the Marlowe Society Committee, 2018-19
The Marlowe Society, one of Cambridge's oldest student drama societies, is looking for new members to join its committee for the coming academic year. This is a fantastic opportunity to promote innovative drama in Cambridge, and to be involved in some of the most exciting productions of the year.
You would be involved with the organisation of our annual shows: a professionally directed production at the Cambridge Arts Theatre, the Marlowe showcase for graduating actors, HATCH, and a performance of the play that wins The Other Prize for new writing, along with any extra productions of verse plays or new writing which we choose to support.
Moreover, the society regularly collaborates on projects with industry professionals, so if you were planning on working in the theatre industry in any capacity, this would be a great chance for you to make valuable contacts and gain industry experience. Our alumni include Sir Ian McKellen, Sam Mendes, Emma Thompson and Ellen Robertson.
We are accepting applications for the following roles:
Vice-President, Junior Treasurer, Secretary, Membership Secretary, Workshop Officer, Publicity Officer, General Executive Members (Producer/Director’s Rep, Technicians Rep, Actor’s Rep, and Writer’s Rep).
Please make sure that you send your application to Molly at email@example.com. In your application, please include a theatrical CV along with a 100-200 word explanation of why you want to apply for the role and what you think you could bring to the committee. Please list a first and second choice from the above list of positions.
Please note that the committee position would last from mid March to the end of next Lent term. Deadline for applications is 8pm on Friday, February 23rd.
Any questions about the positions can be directed to the current officers:
Secretary, Carine Valarche cv310
Junior Treasurer, Tom Warwick taw49
VP, Anastasia Bruce-Jones (ab2313) or Emma Corrin (ec584)
Membership Secretary, John Tothill jft38
Workshops, Ruby Morris rkm39
Technician’s Rep, Ruth Harvey rh632
Writer’s Rep, Olivia Gillman og262
Actor’s Rep, Sophie Taylor st649
Producer/Director’s Rep, Saskia Ross sr750
Deadline: Friday 23rd February 8:00pm
Applications to Direct and Produce
A troupe of Lords tangle with a swarm of mischievous fairies as they try to woo the much-desired Phyllis. However, Phyllis is in love with Strephon – half-fairy, half-mortal, a lowly shepherd and nephew of the Fairy Queen. When the pompous lords break up the happy couple, the fairies vow revenge. Installing one of their own, the hapless Strephon, in Parliament, they incite liberal rebellion. Frivolity ensues as lofty lords and feisty fairies collide in the ever bumpy road to love.
The CUG&S society is taking Iolanthe to the 25th international Gilbert and Sullivan festival in Harrogate in August and we're looking for a Director and a Producer to get this show started!
Applications and enquiries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and will be considered on a rolling basis.
Deadline: Wednesday 28th February 11:45pm
Lent Week 8
Film Submissions + Screenwriting Prize + Video Artists + FIlm Selection
Cam Shorts is open for film submissions again! We'll need a rough cut sent through to email@example.com by the 28th of February.
We are also opening up The Fletcher Players/Cam Shorts new screenwriting prize!
The winner will be awarded £200 towards making their film and a slot at a future Shorts, the runner-up will receive £100. We're looking for writers that haven't written a film shown at Shorts before.
Send submissions through to firstname.lastname@example.org by 22nd February, 17:00.
We're also looking for video artists to have work featured during the pre and post state; as well as looking for someone who might be interested in helping us put together a short intro video for the evening itself.
Get in touch if you're interested - email@example.com
We're looking for a couple of people to joing the film selection committee - to help us look through the films submitted and work out what we should show. No experience required! If you could send an email to Russell and Emma at firstname.lastname@example.org by the 12th Feb- we'll meet up for a chat.
Deadline: Wednesday 28th February 11:59pm
May Week Shakespeare applications
Madhouse are excited to be opening applications to direct and produce our annual, May Week Shakespeare play to be performed in the Medwards gardens.
This is a great opportunity to perform a play in a new setting, complete with its own unique benefits and challenges - last year saw the incorporation of flowers from the gardens into many of the props in a performance of Richard II.
If you love Shakespeare and nature, or just want a chance to explore a new venue, this is the opportunity for you!
Get in touch with us (through our facebook page or at email@example.com) with what Shakespeare play you would like to perform, any ideas you have about how to incorporate the gardens into the play and any previous experience you have (none necessary).
Deadline: Saturday 10th March 11:00am