Cleveland Public Theatre’s (CPT) mission is to raise consciousness and nurture compassion through groundbreaking performances and life-changing educational programs. CPT seeks a New Play Associate interested in joining its hard-working team with the ambitious goals of growing the organization and changing the community. For more information, visit www.cptonline.org.
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2017-2018 New Play Development Request for Proposals
The Deadline for Test Flight has been extended to Sunday, June 18, 2017!
The Deadline for Entry Point and Catapult is Monday, June 12, 2017.
CPT’S NEW PLAY DEVELOPMENT
CPT’s mission is to raise consciousness and nurture compassion through groundbreaking performances and life-changing educational programs. CPT’s programming agenda is to produce work that is outside the mainstream, offering a much broader range of work available to the Cleveland public and expanding the impact and originality of theatre across the country. CPT strives to make work that is excellent, extraordinary and nationally competitive.
Our new play development programs are based on our years of experience, community input and key principles of: focusing on artists; valuing diversity of approach, aesthetics and perspective; and balancing impact with investment.
We envision CPT as a nationally recognized hub for the development of new theatre that is extraordinary, edgy and relevant. We hope to be a model for nurturing local talent in similar sized markets, the most regarded cultivator of new theatre for Cleveland audiences, a laboratory for promising research and investigation and a launcher of nationally significant new plays.
Cleveland Public Theatre’s (CPT) mission is to raise consciousness and nurture compassion through groundbreaking performances and life-changing educational programs. CPT seeks a Master Electrician and Carpenter interested in joining its hard-working team with the ambitious goals of growing the organization and changing the community. CPT’s season typically includes 2 or more community events, 8-10 full productions and three performance series. CPT programs in two theatres, and embraces the opportunity to produce theatre in nontraditional spaces. For more information, visit www.cptonline.org.
Description of Position
This position is a year-round, salaried, staff position. Salary range is 28,000-32,000 and is based on experience and capacity. The Master Electrician and Carpenter is responsible for working with the Technical Director to implement all technical aspects of productions except costumes.
Cleveland Public Theatre is hiring full-time summer season Theatre Creators/Directors for Unique Position
Cleveland Public Theatre (CPT) produces groundbreaking performances and life-changing educational programs inside of our mission to raise consciousness and nurture compassion. CPT seeks up to three experienced collaborative theatre artists to fill a unique two-month position with CPT’s nationally recognized education program – Student Theatre Enrichment Program (STEP). For more information, visit www.cptonline.org or www.cptonline.org/education/student-theatre-enrichment-program
Deadline to Apply: March 31, 2017
Description of Position
The Creator/Directors report to the Education Manager. This position is 8-10 week, intensive, full-time staff position, including evenings and weekends. Pay $500 – $1,000/week.
Theatre Creator/Directors are responsible for leading the creation of an original play with the Education Manager, a team of instructors and a cast of Cleveland teens with little theatre experience.
STEP – CPT’s Student Theatre Enrichment Program (STEP) is an arts-based job training program that engages Cleveland teens from low-income families in a powerful 8-week intensive that focuses on excellence in performance, play creation, physical theatre, writing, production and set design/construction. Students ages 14-19, with little or no previous performance experience, are eligible for participation, and earn money while learning and practicing valuable job skills such as timeliness, communication, commitment and teamwork. Under the guidance of CPT artists, teens develop an original play and then tour it to public parks throughout the city of Cleveland. Since its beginning in 1995, STEP has received multiple awards and recognitions including those from the City of Cleveland, The President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts. STEP is the longest running arts-based, job-training program in Cleveland and has been utilized as an international model for engaging youth. Through STEP, teens see themselves as a positive and inspirational force, and watch as their work has an impact on the larger Cleveland community.
We are extending the deadline for submission for the 17-18 season.
Typically over half of CPT’s season is locally created work! Let us know your ideas by February 20th!
Dear Northeast Ohio artists,
CPT is planning the 2017-2018 Season, and once again we are reaching out to you for great ideas.
CPT is focused on new work that is surprising, unexpected and somehow outside the realm of conventional theatre.
Please send your proposals electronically to CPT’s Executive Artistic Director Raymond Bobgan at firstname.lastname@example.org. See complete instructions below.
CPT is looking for proposals from Northeast Ohio artists for complete projects. Proposals may be from directors or playwrights for world premieres, second or third US productions, radical re-envisionings of classic plays or other projects.
The show could be your own show or a script you would like to work on.
Based on the success of past co-productions and our New Play Development series, we are also interested in creating opportunities for artists and groups that would like to retain greater ownership of projects and who can share risk with CPT.
Cleveland Public Theatre (CPT) is seeking exceptional Teaching Artists for its celebrated Brick City Theatre program and Student Theatre Enrichment Program (STEP). Teaching Artists of all performance-related arts disciplines are welcome to apply.
The Teaching Artist position has two areas of responsibility:
- Instruction: teach the basics of their primary discipline to children participants; create and implement curriculum; collaborate with CPT Education Staff and other professional artists; develop original performance material
- Administration: work with CPT Education Staff – Program Director in all areas of program delivery including: participant recruitment, management and evaluation; daily class plans and reports; and development of program partner relationships
Cleveland Public Theatre’s (CPT) mission is to raise consciousness and nurture compassion through groundbreaking performances and life-changing educational programs. CPT seeks an Artistic Associate interested in joining its hard-working team with the ambitious goals of growing the organization and changing the community. For more information, visit www.cptonline.org.
DEADLINE TO APPLY: February 17, 2017
Description of Position
The Artistic Associate (AA) works as an assistant to Executive Artistic Director who leads the interwoven artistic and education programming. This position is a year-round, salaried, staff position well over 40 hours a week. Salary range $28,000-32,000, commensurate with experience. Some benefits included.
The Artistic Associate works collaboratively across all departments managing calendars, maintaining and growing partnerships, representing CPT in community meetings, collaborating on new program development, assistant-producing and line-producing shows, education programs and special events. Read More ›
Deadline for submissions is Monday, January 30th.
Cleveland Public Theatre is planning the fourth annual STATION HOPE, a one night event of entertainment and art inspired by the history of St. John’s Church and the Underground Railroad, the repercussions of oppression, and contemporary struggles for social justice on April 29, 2017.
How Station Hope Will Work
Audiences explore the St. John’s campus on the corner of W 26th St and Church Ave. With 30+ performances to choose from, attendees will encounter choirs, dance, theatre, intimate solo performance and interactive art – all happening at the same time in multiple indoor and outdoor venues.
Station Hope performances are 10 – 15 minutes in length, presented multiple times throughout the evening. Art installations will range from large to small, depending on the individual needs and space available. Read More ›