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Mamma Mia! Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, 2017
Mamma Mia!
2017

Wardrobe Supervisor

Responsibilities & Necessary Qualifications:

Position Summary

The ideal candidate will have experience as both a wardrobe supervisor and an in-depth knowledge of the role of dresser in live performance. In addition, the candidate should have excellent interpersonal communication skills to work with staff and performers of all ages. Knowledge of costume construction is a plus, but hand and machine sewing are essential. Candidate should have excellent problem-solving skills, remain calm in stressful situations, ability to be a self-starter, and practice superior organizational skills.  

Duties Include:

  • Coordinate dresser tracks, piece lists and dresser duties
  • Label costumes for each character and verify preset costumes
  • Design and execute quick-rigging, alterations, and hand sewing
  • Style and care for wigs and false hairpieces
  • Perform cleaning, repairs, and alterations on garments to maintain the standard of costumes from first to last performance
  • Coordinate strike, execute a complete inventory, clean, restore and return any rentals with the costume shop staff
  • Help keep the costume shop clean and organized
  • Maintain a stock warehouse/inventory system in collaboration with costume shop staff
  • Participate in all Arts Center functions including gala, fundraisers, theater series/events, rentals, outdoor festivals, education, and outreach activities
  • Additional duties as assigned

Required Qualifications:

  • Interpersonal skills with performers
  • Written and verbal communication
  • Knowledge of laundering techniques
  • Organization

Ideal Qualifications:

  • Education, training or equivalent relevant work experience
  • Costume alteration/fittings/repairs
  • Machine and hand sewing
  • Wig styling and maintenance
  • Craftwork

What We Offer:

  • $16/hour + OT
  • Year round
  • Health, dental and vision insurance
  • Benefits after 90 days, 70/30 Arts Center/Employee
  • 401K retirement plan after 90 days
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
  • Benefits increase along with tenure

Reports to: Costume Shop Manager

Employment Classification: Full Time Non-Exempt, Overtime Eligible

The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina is an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse staff; we strongly encourage people from under-represented groups and diverse backgrounds to apply.

 

Organizational Profile

The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina is located on a barrier Island within 1 hour of Savannah, Georgia. We are a SPT – 7 Actors Equity associated producing theatre.  We work with award winning directors, designers, and actors to offer a season of musicals and plays, including both classics and contemporary Broadway Hits. We also present various Guest Artists during our season. 

The Arts Center is passionately committed to producing high-quality, professional theatre which exceeds the expectations of the residents and visitors, many of whom are regular theatre patrons in New York, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and London.

We have successfully produced award-winning theater for 27 years in an intimate 349-seat venue in a 45,000 sq. ft. building, situated on 4.2 acres of land centrally located on Hilton Head Island, SC. The facility includes a full scene-shop, rehearsal hall, costume shop, dressing rooms, art gallery, and educational studio.  

Ready to Apply?

Email Curt Tomczyk with resume and cover letter. Please, no phone calls.

Sound Designer / Engineer

Responsibilities & Necessary Qualifications:

Position Summary

The sound designer/engineer position will serve as the front of house sound mixer for typically one play, four musicals, and seven to ten live events. The ideal candidate will have experience designing and engineering full scale musicals with up to 7 orchestra members and 25 performers. This position works closely with Directors and Musical Directors to make sure technical requirements are met and a professional level of sound quality is maintained.  It is essential that the individual demonstrate strong creative, organizational, technical and communication skills. Desired qualities for this position include remaining calm in stressful situations, ability to be a self-starter, and effective management skills.

Duties Include:

  • Coordinate all sound requirements for the Presenting Series, inclusive of backline, instrumentation and monitors as required by the technical rider with presenting artists
  • Interview and recommend the hiring of over-hire personnel
  • Program and maintain all video and audio elements
  • Experience with traditional and contemporary theatrical sound reinforcement practices, loudspeakers, and production intercom systems
  • Direct supervision of Sound Assistant and over-hire personnel
  • Maintain department budgets and recommend purchases and enhancements
  • Coordinate load-in with consultation of fellow department heads
  • Participate in all Arts Center functions including gala, fundraisers, theater series/events, rentals, outdoor festivals, education, and outreach activities
  • Additional duties as assigned

Required Qualifications:

  • Training, education, or experience in live audio engineering
  • Written and verbal communication skills
  • Interpersonal skills & organization

Ideal Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of AutoCAD and/or Vector works
  • Yamaha digital console experience
  • Experience with Dante
  • Wireless mic system knowledge
  • Mac Q Lab knowledge including video programming
  • Experience with video projection/production
  • Managing and budgeting

What We Offer:

  • 38 - 40K/year
  • Year round
  • Health, dental and vision insurance
  • Benefits after 90 days, 70/30 Arts Center/Employee
  • 401K retirement plan after 90 days
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
  • Benefits increase along with tenure

Reports to: Production Manager

Employment Classification: Full Time Exempt, Salaried

The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina is an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse staff; we strongly encourage people from under-represented groups and diverse backgrounds to apply.

 

Organizational Profile

The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina is located on a barrier Island within 1 hour of Savannah, Georgia. We are a SPT – 7 Actors Equity associated producing theatre.  We work with award winning directors, designers, and actors to offer a season of musicals and plays, including both classics and contemporary Broadway Hits. We also present various Guest Artists during our season. 

The Arts Center is passionately committed to producing high-quality, professional theatre which exceeds the expectations of the residents and visitors, many of whom are regular theatre patrons in New York, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and London.

We have successfully produced award-winning theater for 27 years in an intimate 349-seat venue in a 45,000 sq. ft. building, situated on 4.2 acres of land centrally located on Hilton Head Island, SC. The facility includes a full scene-shop, rehearsal hall, costume shop, dressing rooms, art gallery, and educational studio.  

Ready to Apply?

Email Curt Tomczyk with resume and cover letter. Please, no phone calls.

Props Master

Responsibilities & Necessary Qualifications:

Position Summary

The ideal candidate will have experience in prop construction, fabrication, and acquisitions.  Having the ability to develop a props list, organize, shop, locate hand props, set dressing and furnishings is highly desirable in this position.  Knowledge of historical periods and prop resources are helpful. Creative, resourceful, positive, craftspeople will thrive in this position. Desired qualities for this position include remaining calm in stressful situations, ability to be a self-starter, and effective management skills.

Duties Include:

  • Communicate with directors to ascertain properties for main stage productions
  • Provide estimates of all props and décor to the director and production manager
  • Maintain accurate prop lists and budgets
  • Provide rehearsal props in a timely manner
  • Communicate with designers as to the decorative requirements of each scenic design
  • Maintain accurate inventory of all furniture and large decorative items
  • Construct, repair and maintain production properties through duration of show run
  • Participate in all Arts Center functions including gala, fundraisers, theater Series/events, rentals, outdoor festivals, education, and outreach activities
  • Additional duties as assigned

Required Qualifications:

  • Experience with general propping methods and techniques
  • Written and verbal communication skills
  • Competency with MS Office
  • Valid driver’s license

Ideal Qualifications:

  • Proficient with Adobe software suite
  • Experience with producing paper goods
  • Knowledge of scenic art techniques
  • Carpentry skills
  • Casting and mold making
  • Sewing and upholstery
  • Crafting

What We Offer:

  • $18/hour + OT
  • Year round
  • Health, dental and vision insurance
  • Benefits after 90 days, 70/30 Arts Center/Employee
  • 401K retirement plan after 90 days
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
  • Benefits increase along with tenure

Reports to: Production Manager

Employment Classification: Full Time Non-Exempt, Overtime Eligible

The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina is an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse staff; we strongly encourage people from under-represented groups and diverse backgrounds to apply.

 

Organizational Profile

The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina is located on a barrier Island within 1 hour of Savannah, Georgia. We are a SPT – 7 Actors Equity associated producing theatre.  We work with award winning directors, designers, and actors to offer a season of musicals and plays, including both classics and contemporary Broadway Hits. We also present various Guest Artists during our season. 

The Arts Center is passionately committed to producing high-quality, professional theatre which exceeds the expectations of the residents and visitors, many of whom are regular theatre patrons in New York, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and London.

We have successfully produced award-winning theater for 27 years in an intimate 349-seat venue in a 45,000 sq. ft. building, situated on 4.2 acres of land centrally located on Hilton Head Island, SC. The facility includes a full scene-shop, rehearsal hall, costume shop, dressing rooms, art gallery, and educational studio.  

Ready to Apply?

Email Curt Tomczyk with resume and cover letter. Please, no phone calls.

Paint Charge Artist

Responsibilities & Necessary Qualifications:

Position Summary

The Paint Charge’s primary responsibility is realizing the production team’s vision and executing all surfaces per designer elevations. Methods will range from flat wall painting and traditional scenic art methods to experimental innovation of unusual requests. Paint samples are strongly encouraged as a part of the production process.  The Paint Charge will be responsible for managing the paint shop, inventory, equipment, supplies, and budgets. Qualities include creative, artistic, ability to be a self-starter, and able to work alone as well as with a group.

Duties Include:

  • Estimate time and labor as part of the pre-production process
  • Coordinating over-hire painters
  • Utilize strong time management skills during production
  • Procure all necessary tools and materials for realizing the design
  • Coordinating with all department heads regarding workspace allocation and stage time
  • Coordinate with the Technical Director to complete all work in a timely manner
  • Maintain the upkeep of paint finishes during show runs
  • Participate in all Arts Center functions including gala, fundraisers, Theater Series/events, rentals, festivals, education, and outreach activities as needed
  • Additional duties as assigned

Required Qualifications:

  • Experience with general painting methods and techniques
  • Willingness to learn intermediate scene painting techniques
  • Ability to read plans and paint elevations
  • Color mixing
  • Organization

Ideal Qualifications:

  • MS Office Suite
  • Knowledge of scene design
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD or Vector Works
  • Proficient with Adobe software suite
  • Time management Skills
  • Strong visual acuity

What We Offer:

  • $18/hour + OT
  • Year round
  • Health, dental and vision insurance
  • Benefits after 90 days, 70/30 Arts Center/Employee
  • 401K retirement plan after 90 days
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
  • Benefits increase along with tenure

Reports to: Technical Director

Employment Classification: Full Time Non-Exempt, Overtime Eligible

The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina is an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse staff; we strongly encourage people from under-represented groups and diverse backgrounds to apply.

 

Organizational Profile

The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina is located on a barrier Island within 1 hour of Savannah, Georgia. We are a SPT – 7 Actors Equity associated producing theatre.  We work with award winning directors, designers, and actors to offer a season of musicals and plays, including both classics and contemporary Broadway Hits. We also present various Guest Artists during our season. 

The Arts Center is passionately committed to producing high-quality, professional theatre which exceeds the expectations of the residents and visitors, many of whom are regular theatre patrons in New York, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and London.

We have successfully produced award-winning theater for 27 years in an intimate 349-seat venue in a 45,000 sq. ft. building, situated on 4.2 acres of land centrally located on Hilton Head Island, SC. The facility includes a full scene-shop, rehearsal hall, costume shop, dressing rooms, art gallery, and educational studio.  

Ready to Apply?

Email Curt Tomczyk with resume and cover letter. Please, no phone calls.

Staff Carpenter

Responsibilities & Necessary Qualifications:

Position Summary

The theatrical carpenter will read plans, follow directions, and execute scenery based on technical drawings.  This position uses standard power tools: table saw, circular saw, impact drivers, pneumatics, and hand tools. Part of the carpenter’s duties are to assist the Master Carpenter in facilitating work. In addition, helping to keep the shop and stock spaces clean and organized is important.  It is not uncommon to use/climb ladders during load in and in assembly.  There are five main stage shows and several events annually. Qualities for position include remaining calm in stressful situations and ability to be a self-starter and team player.

Duties Include:

  • Construct, assemble and install scenery for Arts Center productions
  • Work with the Master Carpenter on timely execution of projects
  • Maintenance and upkeep of the scenic elements during show runs
  • Complete shop upkeep and tool maintenance
  • Occasional running crew assignments
  • Participate in all Arts Center functions including Gala, Fundraisers, Theater Series/Events, Rentals, outdoor festivals, education, and outreach activities as needed
  • Additional duties as assigned

Required Qualifications:

  • Carpentry or strong interest in wood working craft
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Written and verbal communication skills

Ideal Qualifications:

  • Welding Experience, MIG
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD and or Vectorworks
  • Competency with MS Office
  • Knowledge of scenic art

What We Offer:

  • $16/hour + OT
  • Year round
  • Health, dental and vision insurance
  • Benefits after 90 days, 70/30 Arts Center/Employee
  • 401K retirement plan after 90 days
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
  • Benefits increase along with tenure

Reports to: Technical Director and Master Carpenter

Employment Classification: Full Time Non-Exempt, Overtime Eligible

The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina is an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse staff; we strongly encourage people from under-represented groups and diverse backgrounds to apply.

 

Organizational Profile

The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina is located on a barrier Island within 1 hour of Savannah, Georgia. We are a SPT – 7 Actors Equity associated producing theatre.  We work with award winning directors, designers, and actors to offer a season of musicals and plays, including both classics and contemporary Broadway Hits. We also present various Guest Artists during our season. 

The Arts Center is passionately committed to producing high-quality, professional theatre which exceeds the expectations of the residents and visitors, many of whom are regular theatre patrons in New York, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and London.

We have successfully produced award-winning theater for 27 years in an intimate 349-seat venue in a 45,000 sq. ft. building, situated on 4.2 acres of land centrally located on Hilton Head Island, SC. The facility includes a full scene-shop, rehearsal hall, costume shop, dressing rooms, art gallery, and educational studio.  

Ready to Apply?

Email Curt Tomczyk with resume and cover letter. Please, no phone calls.

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Arts Center of Coastal Carolina!