CAVALIER COMEDY REVUES FOR VANUATU AND NEPAL
Where: Musgrove Studio, Corner Princes and Alfred Streets, Auckland City
When: Wednesday, 29 July and Thursday, 30 July 2015
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To help raise further funds for the valiant disaster relief work still being carried out in Vanuatu and Nepal, Cavalier Theatricals have put together, for your pleasure and delight, two stand-up comedy shows packed full of familiar and well-known comedians as seen on TV and in the recent NZ International Comedy Festival.
Both shows feature completely fresh and different line-ups from the other:
Wednesday, 29th July 2015
MC: TM Bishop (Pulp Comedy)
Comedians: Neil Elston, Patrick Paul, Fooz Alhili, Dave Danger, Sophia Johnson and, 2014 Billy T James Award Nominee, Jamaine Ross.
Thursday, 30th July 2015
MC: Tim Batt (2014 and 2015 Billy T James Award Nominee)
Comedians: Louise Beuvink, Julia Holden, Nathan Winter, James Stewart, Jayran Mansouri and, 2015 Billy T James Award Nominee, Matt Stellingwerf.
Start Time: 8:00pm (Both shows approximately two hours, with a 15 minute interval)
Telephone bookings and enquiries: (09) 308 2383
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All profits from both of these shows will be passed directly onto the Red Cross to continue their good work being done in Vanuatu and Nepal; so come along to show your support for this worthy cause and also score yourself a quality evening of fun and laughs in the process.
Notice posted at 3:07am on Saturday, 18 July 2015.
OUR NEXT PRODUCTION
OUR NEXT PRODUCTION
Wednesday, 29 July 2015, at 8pm, will be the first night of Cavalier Theatricals next production.
Just giving you all a heads-up now that we're a-coming!
Notice posted at 5:22pm on Saturday, 30 May 2015.
THEATRE PRODUCTION MANAGERS WANTED
Three passionate Theatre Production Managers are wanted to work alongside Cavalier Theatricals' Artistic Director and General Manager in organising and putting on (at least) a couple of stage plays together. This team of five will oversee all aspects of the plays' production - right from the very early planning and strategy stages, right up to the pack-out after each show's final performance.
Each member of this five-strong team will assist one another in whatever needs to be done, but each member will also have a specific set of duties which they are primarily responsible for. The main duties of each Production Manager are as follows:
1. FINANCIAL PRODUCTION MANAGER: This person is primarily responsible for the business side of the shows. This includes managing the budget and the finances, venue co-ordination and overseeing all things Front of House (this includes bookings and ticket sales). Within this role, this Production Manager will work closely with the General Manager.
2. TECHNICAL PRODUCTION MANAGER: This person is primarily responsible for the technical side of the shows. This includes being in charge of set construction and all things to do with the lighting and sound installation and operation. They will also be each show's Stage Manager. (It is planned to have an Assistant Stage Manager with each show so that this Production Manager may have some extra help with this side of things).
3. CREATIVE PRODUCTION MANAGER: This person is primarily responsible for the artistic side of the shows. This includes coming up with the set, lighting and sound designs. They will also be each show's Director. (It is planned to have a Trainee Director with each show so that this Production Manager may have some extra help in this regards).
The shows that will be put on will be risk-share productions and each show's final net profit will be split equally amongst the five members of the show's production team; the strategy being, the more that we put into it, the more that we should get out of it.
Ideally, the Financial Production Manager would hold some sort of Bachelor or Masters Degree in Communications or Arts Production Management and they would also ideally have some previous office and financial experience. The Technical Production Manager would ideally hold some sort of technical stage qualification and/or have previous stage managing experience. And the Creative Production Manager would ideally hold some sort of stage writing or directing qualification and/or have previous stage directing experience.
The top prerequisites though that we are looking for is passion, drive and determination, so don't be put off if you don't have any of the qualifications just stated above. If you truly believe you can do the job and you really are resolute and passionate about that, then do feel free to get in touch with us. Tell us why you would make a super great Theatre Production Manager and, should you state yourself strongly enough, then you stand just as good of a chance as anyone else who applies.
All applications by email only. Include whatever you want in your application, but the minimum we require is an up to date CV and a covering letter stating (amongst other things) which Production Manager position you are applying for. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications now closed at 7pm on Wednesday, 25 March 2015.
All the best to you now.
Notice posted at 12:45pm on Thursday, 05 March 2015.
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