April 29, 2022
Set and Lighting Designers: Perceptual Archaeology
The Fire and Rescue Team is seeking a set designer and a lighting designer (2 positions) to join our "Perceptual Archaeology" workshop May 24 - June 3 at Crow's Theatre. We are prioritizing artists who self-identify as Deaf or disabled. This position is to join the creative team as we develop the project through in-person workshops, in preparation for a production in 2023.
- May 24 - June 3, approximately 15 workshop hours remote/onsite at Crow's Theatre, some preparation (see hourly breakdown below)
- December 12 - 23, tentative workshop dates at Crow's Theatre
- Early 2023 for tentative May/June 2023 Production
15 Hours Expected
- 1 hr meeting beforehand
- 1-2 hr prep beforehand
- 10 hrs max onsite
- 1-2 hrs post-workshop paperwork/wrap up
- 1 hr post-workshop meeting
About Perceptual Archaeology The Fire and Rescue Team is adapting a series of blind travel essays written by Alex Bulmer for a live theatrical show, Perceptual Archaeology: a collective live theatre creation capturing the experience of travelling blind – where sonic curiosity replaces the notion of sight-seeing. We are a new group called The Fire and Rescue Team, co-founded by theatre artist Alex Bulmer, a blind female identified queer artist with thirty years of leadership within disability arts, and Leah Cherniak a sighted female identified artist with over thirty years of leadership in physical theatre and collective creation. Working within a primarily blind-informed process where blindness shapes form and content, we challenge how we perceive and make meaning of spaces, pursuing a theatrical incitement for the playful, daring, some discomfort and revelation.
Team Leadership Alex Bulmer, Co-Founder Leah Cherniak, Co-Founder Laura Philipps, Producer Sally Roberts, Production Manager
Open until filled. The The Fire and Rescue Team is hoping to fill the positions by the end of April.
If you have any questions, please contact Laura Philipps, Producer, email@example.com.