In partnership with Arts Council England, Plymouth City Council and Theatre Royal Plymouth this project fuses myth, legend, science, puppetry & aerodynamics into one unforgettable event, which will use the city centre of Plymouth and The Hoe as a stage.
The event is a major site specific project programmed as part of Mayflower 400 in Plymouth 2020. The creative team include puppet director of War Horse, Mervyn Millar, a world champion kite flier and set designer for Bjork, Carl Robertshaw, award winning Artistic Director Angie Bual and producers from Trigger.
As Lead Stage Manager, you will be responsible for a two person Stage Management team and volunteers, as well as working alongside creative/ production teams, cast, crew and other external partners.
We are looking for someone with experience in working as part of a stage management team and large-scale size ensemble casts on site-specific projects. Experience of working with large-scale puppets is desirable but not essential. Applicants must be based in Plymouth or have a base in Plymouth from which they can work. We encourage people from BAME backgrounds to apply.
If you think this sounds like the job for you, take a look at the application pack here. Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10am Monday 1st July 2019.