Camdram

Producer/director roles and show applications


Almost Romeo & Juliet

23:00, Wed 4th November 2020 - Sat 7th November 2020 at ADC Theatre
Michaelmas Week 4

ALMOST ROMEO AND JULIET IS BACK and HUNGRY FOR CO-PRODUCERS

We're looking for some organisational fiends and a lovers of parody to produce the living daylights out of this show! Whilst the main jobs will be centred around applying for funding, managing the budget and making sure publicity is EVERYWHERE by week 4 and potentially helping coordinate rehearsals, we'd like to encourage creative input from our producers should you have any you'd like to give. The welfare aspect of show production will be shared across the prod team, but if you have particular interest or experience in this side of things we'd love to know!
Since next term is likely to be strange, intense, mysterious and unusual, we're strongly in favour of having more than one producer to share the load of all the challenges with which a certain little virus is likely to supplement the usual producer responsibilities. As such we welcome team applications as well as single applications if you're happy to be matched up with another producer!

Please email us your application detailing any past experience (always helpful but not essential!) and what you could possibly look forward to about producing a Shakespeare parody in the middle of a plague, and do feel free to send any of us any questions about the whole project before applying!

Deadline: Friday 10th July 18:00


Five Guys Named Moe

19:45, Tue 12th May 2020 - Sat 16th May 2020 at ADC Theatre
14:30, Sat 16th May 2020 at ADC Theatre
Easter Week 3

Applications for co-Musical Director

His Girlfriend left him, he's broke, drunk, and it's almost five o'clock in the mornin'. But don't worry about our hero, Nomax. In a drunken slumber, out of his 30s style radio jump five guys named Moe who cajole, wheedle, comfort and jazz him with the whimsical hit songs of Louis Jordan - one of the most beloved song writing talents of the 20th century - and convince him to get his life back on track.

This musical with its high energy, audience participation, beautiful score and brilliant script is going to be such a fun experience for everyone involved. I'm so proud to say that as is traditionally done, 5 Guys Named Moe will feature an all black cast. This is an incredible opportunity to highlight BME talent in musical theatre and I'm thrilled to be a part of it. If you're not BME, please don't hesitate to apply as everyone regardless of ethnicity shall be considered for prod team roles.

Follow the link for the application pack which outlines all the necessary steps for applying, and the dates you'd need to be free :)

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mm_DSuG7qKtjhNCY9_ApS6lh_ztz8ali_6S6rpIK5gQ/edit?usp=drivesdk

Deadline: Saturday 1st August 23:00


The Marlowe Society

Michaelmas 2020 Marlowe Society Funding Applications

The Marlowe Society is pleased to announce that applications for funding next term are now open. To apply, please fill out the following google form: https://forms.gle/XsBaEbzr9weNRNvN6
The deadline for funding applications is 6th August 2020 23:59 BST. Following your application, you may be asked to attend an interview to discuss your production.

We’re looking to fund a range of productions next term so all applications will be considered; regardless of genre or venue slot. However, applications that fit within the Marlowe’s aims of staging verse drama and/or new writing are particularly encouraged.

Currently, the future is highly uncertain and, as a result, funding offers won’t be confirmed until the Society can be assured of the viability of the project. We will work with you to try and ensure the success of your production.

If you have any questions or need a hand working on your application, get in touch with Luis Almonacid (lra34@cam.ac.uk)

Looking forward to seeing your applications!

  • The Marlowe Committee

Deadline: Thursday 6th August 23:59