Cleveland Public Theatre is proud to present the STEP Workshop Series. Available to ages 14-19, these workshops aim to support Cleveland’s young artists in the continuation of their artistic training. These free workshops will occur throughout the calendar year and will explore a variety of artistic practices. Participants will work with professional Cleveland artists working at the top of their field in developing their craft and discovering their individual artistic voices. Workshops are open to young artists of all experience levels.
The first workshop of the Series, Monologue & Audition Techniques for Musical Theatre, will focus on skills needed to prepare for and perform authentic, powerful audition performances. For this workshop, youth should prepare a contemporary monologue (memorization is encouraged but not required) and 16 or 32 bars from a musical theatre piece of their choice. Bringing sheet music is encouraged.
Join us on Saturday, November 5th, from 10 am-2 pm at Cleveland Public Theatre, 6415 Detroit Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44102. Reserve your spot in the workshop via this link: REGISTER HERE!
Questions? Contact Melissa Crum, CPT Artistic and Education Associate, at: email@example.com or call at (440) 429-5876.
Cleveland Public Theatre (CPT) is hiring a Technical Director, who is a core part of the CPT staff and will make a meaningful contribution to life at CPT and its success. CPT will be accepting applications for this position until the role is filled.
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR JOB DESCRIPTION
CPT is hiring a Technical Director (TD). This role requires leadership and initiative and reports to the Executive Artistic Director (EAD). This role participates in leading the theatre and supporting the EAD in strategy and decision-making.
Salary range is $60k to $72k, commensurate with experience and skillset. Additional compensation is offered for major design projects up to $6k per year, so maximum pay range is $78k. CPT may accommodate additional outside work.
The TD manages and implements all technical aspects of productions, except costumes, for CPT’s season, consisting of 6-12 full productions, 2-4 new work development series, 2 multi-stage special events, and other artistic projects. CPT programs in two theatres, various onsite studios, and occasionally produces work offsite in nontraditional spaces. The TD will lead the building of this department and will work with the EAD and the artistic department to grow capacity. For the 2022/2023 Season, the TD oversees and works with CPT’s Associate Technical Director and over-hire technicians to implement all sets, lighting, video, and sound installations. The TD is responsible for oversight of CPT’s scene shop and technical equipment. The TD is also offered opportunities to work as a designer; and receives additional compensation for major projects. Candidates must have three years full-time technical theatre work (or equivalent as a freelancer) with excellent technical skills in the following areas: sound technician, master electrician, and set construction. Expertise in some of the following skills is also a plus: sound design, lighting design/video design/implementation, and scenic design. The successful candidate will be collaborative, eager to learn new ways of working, service oriented, and highly self-motivated. CPT promotes a positive work environment and works to maintain a sustainable workload for technical staff and their teams.