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Young Performer Supervisor

Date Posted: 10/05/2017

Application Deadline: 10/27/2017

Type of Position: part time

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Submission Instructions: To apply, please email letter of interest, resume, and references no later than Friday, October 27th to Neil Macke, Operations Associate, at nmacke@clevelandplayhouse.com noting the position in the subject line (or use the form below). Cleveland Play House is an equal opportunity employer.

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS
Qualified applicants must be able to follow instructions, be reliable, self-motivated, and detail-oriented.
Experience working with children required.
Experience working in stage management or run crew on live theatre productions is a plus.
The Young Performer Supervisor will need to pass a criminal background check prior to first day of employment.

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES
Communicate with parents/guardians of young performers on a daily basis.
Report any issues concerning young performers to stage manager in a timely manner.
Oversee drop-off and pick-up of young performers by their parents/guardians in rehearsal hall and theatre.
Ensure that young performers properly complete their role during rehearsals and performances
Collaborate with the lead Young Performer Supervisor to establish a consistent track for the young performers during performances.
Oversee completion of school work when young performers are not actively in rehearsal/performance (supervisor is not expected to act as a tutor, but is expected to keep young performers focused).
Assist in running lines and reviewing blocking as needed.
Other duties as assigned by stage management.
Hours are mostly nights and weekends with some morning and afternoon calls.

Organization: Cleveland Play House

Cleveland Play House, America’s first regional theatre and recipient of the 2015 Regional Theatre Tony Award, is accepting applications for a Young Performer Supervisor to work on our production of A Christmas Story from Tuesday, November 14 through Saturday, December 23, 2017. This Supervisor will work with a lead Young Performer Supervisor on the daily management of seven young performers and three young understudies on the production.