Tuesday, October 24, 2006


Winter Internships at Goodman Theatre

Goodman's Internship Program offers a rich and challenging experience for qualified college students and recent graduates who are actively pursuing careers in professional theater. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. Goodman interns have the opportunity to refine their practical and critical thinking skills through close interaction with Goodman staff and artists in Chicago's large and diverse theater community. The level of responsibility entrusted to Goodman interns requires that, besides demonstrating competence in their specific area of interest, they be mature, self-reliant, articulate and able to work effectively in a highly collaborative environment. For most internships, a basic knowledge of computers and word processing is also essential.
Modest stipends are available for all internships. Stage management interns are also eligible to receive Equity membership points. Academic credit is awarded at the discretion of the intern's college or university. Interns also receive complimentary tickets to all Goodman productions.
Applicants are currently being sought for the Winter/Spring term of the 06/07 season in the following areas:
  • Artistic
  • Casting
  • Development
  • Dramaturgy
  • Education & Community Programs
  • Literary Management
  • Marketing/PR/Press
  • Production Management
  • Stage Management
For more information or to apply, please visit www.GoodmanTheatre.org and navigate to the "Work at Goodman" section under "About Goodman." Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled, but please complete your application ASAP for early consideration.
Goodman Theatre is an equal opportunity employer.


Noble Fool Seeks Theater Teachers

Noble Fool Theatricals at Pheasant Run Resort is looking for teachers for theater classes for next year. Ideally, candidates have worked professionally in their specific field. Classes will be offered for Children, Young Adults, Adults and Seniors. Classes offered may include: Musical Theater, Scene Study, Dance, Voice Lessons, Audition Technique, and Improv. Classes will be held in St. Charles. Please send all inquiries to info@noblefool.org.

Caveat actor (or instructor).


Wednesday, October 18, 2006


Job: Asst/Assoc. Prof. of Theatre-Physical Theatre/Movement

Announcement for Position in The Theatre Conservatory,
Chicago College of Performing Arts,
Roosevelt University
Assistant/Associate Professor of Theatre-Physical Theatre/Movement.
Tenure-track appointment, beginning August 15th 2007. The Theatre Conservatory, Chicago College of Performing Arts, seeks professional artist/educator with expertise to teach and coach physical theatre/movement and related skills for actors in theatre, as well as musical theatre programs, in a range of classes at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
Previous professional theatre experience required; university-level experience preferred, with extensive experience in a well-articulated approach to teaching movement for actors. Expertise in related areas such as circus skills, mask-work, clowning, period/style movement,
etc., preferred. Professional directing and/or choreographic experience a plus.
Completed M.F.A. or doctoral degree at time of application is required. Exceptional professional qualifications considered in lieu of completed terminal degree or previous teaching experience. Candidates who are specialists in disciplines such as Laban, Feldenkrais, Alexander, etc., should hold certification in area(s) of expertise.
See their site for more info.

Thursday, October 12, 2006


Free Night at Improv Kitchen

Also, as a way of saying "Thank You" to all you Improv Kitchen loyalists we are offering free admission to the Friday 7 PM show to the first 20 people who make reservations. Just mention the Romanian special when you book
This is all I know about this; caveat actor.