Video - Panta Rei Danseteater 'Lullaby'
Norwegian dance company Panta Rei Danseteater, late last year, conducted a little experiment whereby three dance makers created two pieces with the same name based on the same idea, featuring three male dancers and two musicians, to see what the outcome was.
June 2nd, 2016watch now
Audition Email Updates
Tavaziva Dance (UK)
Male, Closes: September 2, 2016 - published on Sunday, 28 August, 2016
Tavaziva is seeking an experienced male dancer for an exciting project in Norway this October. Applicants should have strong ballet and contemporary techniques and MUST be available for rehearsals in London 8th-11th October and to be in Norway 13th-16th October.
Auditions will be held after open class on Thursday 8th and Thursday 15th September at Canada Water Studios. Those auditioning will not be required to pay the regular class fee.
To apply please send your CV and any show reel links to email@example.com by Friday 2 September
Please DO NOT apply if you are not available for the October dates. There will be future opportunities to audition for the company should you not be available on this occasion.
If you have any questions please email or call 020 8365 9150 (please note the office will be closed 25-29 August)
Gwyn Emberton Dance (UK)
Male or Female, Closes: September 30, 2016 - published on Sunday, 28 August, 2016
Gwyn Emberton Dance is looking for dancers with at least three years of training in contemporary/ballet and have improvisation/devising and contact skills for three weeks R&D for their new work.
Project dates are 23rd November to 14th December. Full fee, expenses, travel and accommodation will be covered. The creation and tour is scheduled for July through to the autumn 2017.
The company will hold two workshop days, one in Cardiff and the other in London.
Workshop/audition days are:
London - 15th October - Venue to be confirmed.
Cardiff - 21st October - Venue to be confirmed.
A maximum of 30 dancers will be invited to each day.
The company may invite some of the dancers from the London workshop to come to Cardiff on 22nd for call backs. Travel costs from other UK cities will be covered.
Please send your CV and one link of three minutes of your dancing, ideally just improvising to firstname.lastname@example.org by 30th September. Please specify which city you'd prefer to attend or if you if either city is possible.
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Mina Aidoo (UK)
Male, Closes: August 30, 2016 - published on Monday, 22 August, 2016
Looking for two black male contemporary dancers for a film trailer for 'We Raise Our Hands In The Sanctuary' A play from theater company Inky Cloak.
"We Raise Our Hands In The Sanctuary combines drama, dance and nightclubbing to tell the story of two gay teenagers who free themselves from the racism, homophobia and hardship of early 1980s London to create an underground club night that is the secular sanctuary of the title - only to have their achievement threatened by ambition, addiction and AIDS."
Looking for dancers who are trained in contemporary dance and have skill in contact improvisation, lifting/taking weight and devising movement. Experience in physical theatre/acting/theatre desirable.Film shoot will be outdoors on location.
Dates: 30th and 31st August, South London.
Rate is for one rehearsal day and one film shoot day including photography for the play promotional poster.
Please send CV and showreel to email@example.com
Gerrard Martin Dance (UK)
Female, Closes: August 22, 2016 - published on Monday, 22 August, 2016
Gerrard Martin Dance requires a charismatic, versatile, black, female contemporary dancer for a period of paid ACE funded, R&D/creation. The theme is based on the Black Lives Matter Campaign and will be politically sensitive.
The R&D will consist of rehearsing for a week in Northampton and two weeks in London, and culminate in two sharings. Dates of the rehearsal period are: 12th September - 29th September 2016
This is a paid position in line with Equity/ITC rates.
Venue: Marylebone Studios,
Date: Tuesday, 23rd August 2016
Time: 11am - 5pm
The audition workshop will consist of class, rep, contact, improvisation, singing and text work. This is an invite only workshop. Please send CV and any movement links to:
Tempered Body Dance Theatre (UK)
Male or Female, Closes: September 2, 2016 - published on Monday, 22 August, 2016
Tempered Body Dance Theatre is seeking 2 dancers for an upcoming project. We are looking for strong ballet dancers, one male and one female.
Dancers must be very competent in solo and pas de deux work. 8 rehearsal days will take place throughout November and December, and performances will be December 28th to January 3rd (with no shows on January 1st). Dancers will be paid a fixed project fee. All rehearsals and performances are in London.
If you are interested in applying, please send CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. The audition will be September 2nd, in London.
Regionteater Väst (sweden)
Male and Female, Closes: September 2, 2016 - published on Monday, 15 August, 2016
Regionteater Väst - RTV Dance are looking for professional dancers RTV Dance are a touring dance company for children and young people. We are first and foremost performing in the region of Västra Götaland, which contains of 49 municipalities in the west of Sweden, but also nationally and internationally.
We are the largest touring institution in the west of Sweden, as well as the largest producer of dance productions for children and young people in Sweden. Our home stage is in Borås, where we have our studios, workshops and administration. The artistic director of RTV Dance is Camilla Ekelöf.
We are looking for experienced professional dancers, both male and female, with at least 3 years documented professional dance experience. You have a strong contemporary dance technique, good classical training, musicality and strong personal integrity and stage presence.
Audition will be held at Regionteater Väst in Borås, Sweden, 24-25 of September, at 10-17. After you have sent CV with photo, we will answer you by e-mail. Audition by invitation only. Day 1: warm up class and varied repertoire. Day 2: will be exclusive for a selected number of dancers.
To send or email your CV and for other questions, please contact: John Niklasson: email@example.com Regionteater Väst - RTV Dans, Att: John Niklasson Bryggaregatan 10 503 38 Borås Application deadline 2nd of September, 2016
Second Hand Dance (UK)
Male or Female, Closes: September 18, 2016 - published on Monday, 15 August, 2016
Second Hand Dance collaborates with dancers, artists and the public to make thought provoking, joyful and highly visual dance performances for all ages. We are currently seeking dancers for a new production, Getting Dressed, for children and families that delves into the movement and humour of clothes. How you put them on, take them off, share them and express yourself, your identity and your gender.
We are looking for 3 performers who are confident in contemporary technique, devising, collaborating and have a desire to work on a family dance production. We are particularly interested in performers who are confident in partner-work and lifting or with parkour/acro- experience.
Audition workshops will take place on 19, 20 & 22 September in London.
Audition workshops will be run by Second Hand Dance Artistic Director Rosie Heafford and internationally renowned choreographer Erik Kaiel from Arch8. We expect all audtionees to be available for the full 3 day workshop process.
Monday 19 September - Open Audition with morning class, improvisatory tasks and physical workshop. At the end of the day, selections will be made for re-calls on 20 & 22 Sept. Tuesday 20 September & Thursday 22 September - re-calls for selected applicants.
A small stipend will be able for those re-called towards travel costs.
We are looking for male and female performers with the following qualities:
Excellent devising skills, willing to work collaboratively and quick to generate movement; An eye for detail and refining movement
Confident with partner-work and lifts and excited about developing physically demanding movement as a group
Interested in performing for and interacting with children and family audiences
Willingness to explore working with clothes and discuss how we can translate themes of gender and identity to young audiences
REHEARSALS & TOURING
Creation Period: December 2016 - February 2017.
Touring: February - March 2017
£450 per week
The Creation and tour period is subject to confirmation of funding, anticipated for October 2016.
Please send a CV, performance footage and a covering letter (or video application if you are less comfortable writing) explaining why you would like to work with us to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11th September 2016. Successful applicants will be notified by 14th September 2016. Please let us know in your application if you have any access requirements.
Pangea Art (UK)
Male or Female, Closes: August 14, 2016 - published on Monday, 8 August, 2016
Pangea Art (www.pangeart.co.uk) and Chinese Arts Space (www.casuk.org) are seeking 2 dancers with strong physicality, good contemporary dance technique, improvisation skills and experience in collaborative creation to take part in a 2-week research & development period of a new work, Missing Parts, leading to UK tour.
Applicants must demonstrate a high technical ability in contemporary dance with preference given to those with knowledge of Chinese dance or other dance vocabulary, improvisation, contact and creating individually & collaboratively. We are interested in applicants with experience in using their voice, acting skills and working with musicians and a community cast. People of East Asian heritage and Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic backgrounds are particularly encouraged to apply.
Lucia Tong will choreograph this new work commissioned by the Chinese Arts Space as part of their Project New Earth project celebrating the work of the Chinese Labour Corp in WW1. The piece will look at the long journeys and hard work these labourers faced in unknown lands.
Work Period is from 30th August- 8th September 2016 (including Work in Progress sharing in London) week beginning Oct 10th-UK tour Dec 16th Southbank performance (plus rehearsals tbc)
Audition is by invitation only on 15th August in the evening in London, location TBA
Please send CV, letter of interest, and video links (if available) to email@example.com by August 14th
Lo-Giudice Dance (UK)
Male, Closes: September 2, 2016 - published on Monday, 8 August, 2016
Lo-Giudice Dance are seeking to employ 2 male dance artists for their upcoming production of Savages. Savages is a dance theatre performance derived from folkloric tales and historic references to the North, fusing Scandinavian runes, dark romance and Anthony's choreographic vocabulary, performed to the music of Wardruna (from History Channel's 'The Vikings' series).
The work will premier March 11th 2017 at Dance City and will tour to theatre venues across the north of England throughout spring.
We are seeking dance artists with a minimum of 2 years experience, confident in delivering high quality contemporary dance technique who are proficient with contact, partner and theatre based work.
Individuals confident with the companies developing style with an ability to bring something new and exiting to this production are encouraged to apply.
As these 2 opportunities are to replace existing company members who have undergone previous R+D stages of this work, successful candidates will be required to step into some choreographed sections for this production, whilst being creatively independent during the development of the work as a finished piece.
Audition: 11th September by invitation only and will take place at Dance City in Newcastle.
Period of employment:
13th Feb - 10th March
7 dates throughout March and April
£150 per performance
Travel and accommodation to artists outside of the North East will be provided throughout the tour.
Send a showreel and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline Friday 2nd September.
Victoria Fox Audition/Workshop (UK)
Female, Closes: August 7, 2016 - published on Thursday, 28 July, 2016
An audition/workshop looking for 4 highly skilled dynamic female dancers, for a two week period of movement driven Research and Development starting 22nd August 2016 (subject to funding) and potential further creation period and engagement.
We are interested in hearing from South East based female dancers at any point in their career, ranging from experienced performers to recent graduates, who have a minimum three years contemporary dance training, technically articulate dancers who have a sense of freedom and daring, strong partnering skills. People who enjoy working as part of a close collaborative team contributing to the creative process.
This audition/workshop takes place Friday 12th August 2016 at The Brighton Dome and is by invitation only.
Please send your CV and headshot to email@example.com by the 7th August.
The Research and Development is a paid opportunity, Equity rates and above subject to experience.
Victoria is a Brighton based dancer, choreographer and teacher. She has danced with Silesian Dance Theatre Poland, CandoCo Dance Company, Jasmin Vardimon Company, Flexer and Sandiland, Underground7.
Hofesh Shecter Company (UK)
Male or Female, Closes: August 25, 2016 - published on Thursday, 28 July, 2016
Hofesh Shechter is seeking female and male dancers with significant experience of an international standard to join Hofesh Shechter Company full-time from January 2017 to be part Hofesh's new creation, our ongoing UK and international touring programme and a range of diverse participatory projects.
All contracts will be for a period of 12 - 18 months
Auditions are by invitation only.
How to apply
This application is for dancers with significant international experience only.
To apply please complete the dancer application form, listing your last three jobs, and send it with your headshot, CV and a link to a short video clip of you in performance or rehearsal. to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing deadline for all applications is 6pm on Thursday 25th August 2016
We apologise that we are unable to respond to every application individually.
If you do not hear from us by Tuesday 13th September 2016 please assume that your application has not been successful.
Male or Female, Closes: August 6, 2016 - published on Tuesday, 26 July, 2016
JV2: Professional Development Certificate provides participants with a unique opportunity to train as versatile and multi-disciplinary performers, touring nationally alongside Jasmin Vardimon Company.
Working in the exclusive Jasmin Vardimon Production Space students will benefit from ample opportunities to further develop as performers alongside Jasmin Vardimon Company. With its direct relationship to one of the foremost creative minds in the UK, the course offers students access to the processes of Jasmin Vardimon, taught by Jasmin and senior company members.
One final place remaining for JV2 2016-2017 Final Audition
Saturday 6th August 2016, Jasmin Vardimon Production Space,Stour Centre, Ashford, Kent, TN23 1PL
Registration from 9:00am. Audition begins at 10:00am
Please register in advance by emailing email@example.com. Please bring with you a printed non-returnable copy of your CV, photo/headshot, kneepads and trainers
Centre Chorégraphique National de Rillieux-la-Pape (France)
male, Closes: August 31, 2016 - published on Tuesday, 26 July, 2016
The company of the National Choreographic Center of Rillieux-la-Pape / Director Yuval Pick is looking for a male dancer. Yuval Pick's choreographic vocabulary is unique, remarkably free from the many influences which have marked his own artistic journey.
Each creation is an opportunity for him to integrate and research further the relationship his movements have with music. He constructs unexpected dialogues, interweaving rhythmic elements, reshapes the spaces. No one material is there to serve another, nor does it ignore the presence of the others.
His work is fully transform the dancers and their spaces, creating a new dimension which will expand beyond mere individualities.
FULL CONTRACT FROM AUTUMN 2016
You must be a minimum age of 25 years old with significant professional dance experience
with advanced technique in contemporary and classical dance.
More information about the audition's date and place will be published in September 2016.
You can already send your CV with a photo and a video link by email to Mélanie Scherer : firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Guy And Roni (Netherlands)
Male and Female, Closes: August 10, 2016 - published on Friday, 22 July, 2016
Dynamic, daring, unpolished, but also touching and humorous. Club Guy & Roni is an international dance company, founded in 2002 in Groningen by Guy Weizman and Roni Haver. They create mysterious, musical and seductive dance performances, dealing with contemporary topics and reaching far beyond the genre of 'dance'.
In its quest for innovation, the Club collaborates with artists from other disciplines such as music, film, theater, science and visual arts. Generating new music is a key feature in the work of the Club. Composers such as Heiner Goebbels and Michael Gordon were invited to write original scores. The Club also works with writers like Judith Herzberg who made a special adaptation of L'Histoire du Soldat.
The Club is a popular guest at international festivals in, among others, Madrid, Rome, Tallinn, Berlin, Marseille and Frankfurt. The Club also performed at the prestigious American Jacob's Pillow Festival, and the Grec Festival in Barcelona. Site specific performances are presented in festivals such as the Oerol Festival on Terschelling island. The new piece Phobia will premiere at Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival Groningen 2015.
On the 10th of September we will have an audition/workshop (by invitation only) in Groningen (NL). We are looking to engage experienced contemporary dancers for shorter and longer projects.
Please send your cv (with a photo) and a video link before the 10th of August to: email@example.com
Arthur Pita (UK)
Male or Female, Closes: July 30, 2016 - published on Friday, 22 July, 2016
Arthur Pita in collaboration with HeadSpace Dance is looking for experienced male and female performers to join the existing cast for the creation and tour of a new full evening work, Stepmother/Stepfather.
Applicants must have excellent technique and improvisation skills, a commanding stage presence and be comfortable with the use of voice/text.
Must be available 26th September - 30th October for creation, production and premiere and Spring 2017 for UK tour.
Individuals of different ethnicities and disabled performers are particularly encouraged to apply.
Auditions, by invitation only, will be held in London on either 30th or 31st July.
Please email CV, cover letter and, if available, link to showreel to:
Ella Mesma Company (UK)
Female, Closes: August 1, 2016 - published on Wednesday, 13 July, 2016
Ella Mesma Company is seeking a female dancer for an exciting new opportunity. We are looking for One solo artist to join us on recent work, Ladylike which to be shown in London, subject to Arts Council Funding. This is to cover the role of a dancer but could also lead to a personal or understudy role for a tour in 2017.
Individuals must have the following;
Physically strong with a good knowledge of breaking and power moves.
Knowledge of Latin dance styles
Excellent Contemporary technique and experience working with contact preferred.
Spanish/Portuguese speakers encouraged to apply (but not compulsory).
Audition date will be in August
Rehearsal period: September
Performances: 14th October, 28th October
Please do not apply if you cannot commit to these dates.
Please send cv, showreel and letter of interest with the subject: "Ladylike" to firstname.lastname@example.org
Monix Arts (UK)
Female, Closes: July 14, 2016 - published on Wednesday, 13 July, 2016
Looking for 1 female contemporary dancer for Research & Development phase of "Signs". Must be have 3 years of professional training or equivalent. Experience in British Sign Language is an advantage.
This project is looking at the importance of body language in BSL, fusing contemporary dance and British Sign Language.
Rehearsals dates between: 9th August - 30th September 2016
Performance in September 2016.
This a PAID opportunity based Equity rates.
To apply please email your CV with headshot and showreel by 14th July 2016 18:00. Please state your experience with BSL. Applications without a showreel will not be considered.
Email | email@example.com
For more information about MonixArts.
Parkour Dance Company (UK)
Male, Closes: June 29, 2016 - published on Thursday, 23 June, 2016
Dance Enterprise Ideas Fund winners Parkour Dance Company in collaboration with Peacefire Frontiers are looking for one strong male performer to join the cast of Sacred Sons.
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR
Highly creative performance artist with great connection and awareness to their physical bodies and who can respond to a range of creative tasks, improvise and work collaboratively. Excellent contact skills and strong physicality is required. Some acting ability is needed for characterisation work. Must be comfortable in exploring interpersonal work which will be drawn upon in some areas of psycho-physical choreography. Parkour and/or tricking experience is a bonus. We also like a good sense of humour ;)
AUDITION DATES & DETAILS
Wednesday 29th June, 1pm-4pm, Meet at Timber Lodge Cafe in Queen Elizabeth Park
Bring comfortable clothing, trainers for outdoor work and an item or object that symbolises strength to you.
If successful the chosen performer will need to commit to the following...
SS Creative Process - 10 days
(Mon 11th - Fri 15th July, Mon 18th & 19th July, Sun 21st, Mon 22nd, Tues 23rd August.
Show day - 1 day. (Sun 28th August @ Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as part of NoFit State Circus event) Forest video/photo shoot - half day (date TBC). Fee: £900
SS is a 25 minute adaptable site-specific 'parkour dance theatre' piece performed in public spaces. By embodying an authentic ritual it brings back ceremony to community places and transforms everyday environments into sacred space. Ritual is an embodied sensory sequence that symbolically and physically marks a transition of life including the making of meanings, values and purpose. SS takes the audience on an archetypal journey and connects to world-wide cultures.
This is the first piece co-choreographed by artistic director Jade Shaw and Jacob Smart (rehearsal director and core artist) after four years of professional collaboration through Parkour Dance Company, it harnesses their joint curiosity into self, spirit & society using both risk taking & pysco-physcial movement.
Zia Ali is creative director of Peacefire Frontiers and a global trainer in the fields of conflict resolution, cultural arts, and ceremony who unifies groups and ignites shared leadership. He began his doctoral research in 2013 exploring ritual performance in transforming violent behaviour in young men within a dance context. His 15 years experience has led him to behind a number legacies world-wide with companies such as Band of Brothers. Zia will consult on the ritualistic elements throughout the creative process and also devise the education program with Jade Shaw.
After completion Sacred Sons will undertake a UK tour followed by a potential US tour in summer 2017. Alongside the show will be a 12 week transformational educational program aimed at young men from difficult backgrounds, there is an opportunity to receive training to be a leader on the program. Become a member of the parkour dance company family. YAY!
PARKOUR DANCE COMPANY
Parkour Dance Company (CIC) is one of the UK's first social enterprises to fuse the ethos and technique of parkour with the medium of dance for performance, well-being and positive social change. This unique collaboration of disciplines is underpinned by three value's which form the heart of our motivation. These are...
1. Connection - To oneself, others and the environment
2. Transformation - Of body and mind
3. Change - Through self & society
The company runs an academy, youth company, older peoples program and professional performance collective. Artistic director Jade Shaw strongly believes that movement can be used not only to heal, transform and catalyse the mind and body but also for positive social change.
Email Jade Shaw with CV and/or showreel to confirm your place.
Rehearsal Director - Parkour Dance Company
Neon Dance (UK)
Male and Female, Closes: August 31, 2016 - published on Thursday, 23 June, 2016
Neon Dance are seeking female and male dancers this Autumn. Neon Dance creates work for the stage and screen. Since 2004, we have produced a portfolio of bold, playful and risk-taking projects that ignite the public imagination.
Artistically led by Adrienne Hart, our work appears in diverse spaces across the UK - from theatres, festivals and galleries (The Intention (2012), Falling from Trees (2010)) to urban and digital space (Stages (2013), Archived'it (2011)). Collaboration is at the heart of our practice and we work across art form and alongside world-class artists on projects that often engage with contemporary science.
Our growing reputation as a bold and experimental company has helped us secure strong partnerships with Pavilion Dance South West (Dream Artist 2015-17), Sound and Music (Audience Lab 2015-16) and Sadler's Wells (Adrienne Hart, Summer University 2015-18).
Our dynamic team is committed to presenting ambitious work of the highest quality. In 2016, we premiered Empathy - our first evening-length work. Completing its first showcase tour in March 2016, the production will continue to tour the UK and EU this autumn.
Neon Dance are seeking highly skilled female and male dance artists for a recasting of the company's latest evening-length work 'Empathy'. The period of employment will include UK and international touring.
Deadline: 31st August 2016
Dates you will need to be available:
10th - 21st October 2016
27th October 2016
15th November 2016
23rd November 2016
10-11th December 2016
What makes our behaviour uniquely human?
Touching and emotionally charged, 'Empathy' reflects on what influences us to emphasise with others. Five dancers jostle for position - folding, lifting and balancing against one another as they navigate through the award winning Numen's beguiling laser light design.
Taking inspiration from the work of psychologist Professor Simon Baron-Cohen (Zero Degrees of Empathy), 'Empathy' is a truly theatrical experience where movement, sound and lighting combine and contribute in equal part.
What we're looking for:
Highly technical and creatively strong dance artists who enjoy working as part of a collaborative team. We're interested in hearing from experienced dance artists with the ability to learn and retain movement material quickly.
Fee: £500 per rehearsal week plus travel and accommodation. £150 per performance.
Please send a CV, headshot and online film links of previous work to: firstname.lastname@example.org. A workshop audition will be held in London on Saturday 3rd September and will be by invitation only.
If you have any questions regarding the position, please contact: email@example.com
James Cousins Company (UK)
Male and Female, Closes: July 22, 2016 - published on Wednesday, 15 June, 2016
Male and female dancers wanted for new creation 'CLOSER' James Cousins Company are looking for passionate and versatile performers for an exciting new venture. In a first for the company we will take our work off the proscenium stage in a new highly theatrical immersive production based on the award winning play 'Closer' by Patrick Marber.
We are looking for experienced, highly creative dance artists with excellent improvisation and contact skills, who are excited to respond to a range of creative tasks and work collaboratively with James and the other cast members, to create a unique new theatrical experience that will get audiences talking.
Cast members will be taking on the play's four leading characters and so must have exceptional performance and characterisation skills and be able to bring the required maturity and emotional depth to these challenging and demanding roles.
As a company member you will become a key ambassador for our work. We are looking for hard working and committed individuals who want to invest in this exciting next stage. Prior knowledge of the company's work and knowledge of the play is preferable. Fluency in English language is essential due to the exploration of text within the work.
The audition will take place on Thursday 11th August 10.30 - 17.30. There will be a call back on Friday 12th August from 10.30 for selected candidates.
The contract will be in several blocks with two periods of creation in the UK - one in January and February 2017 and another from June 2017 onwards. This is funding dependent.
Please note that participation in the audition is by invitation onlyApplications must include:
a covering letter stating why you feel you are suitable for these roles with the company and your motivation for applying, an outline of your availability, a CV (max 2 page with most recent experience at the top) and a clear video link to you dancing is favourable but not essential (Vimeo/YouTube or similar).
Please do NOT include video files in your application - these will not be viewed.
Please email all information to firstname.lastname@example.org by 18.00 on Friday 22 July
Applications that do not include all of the above will not be considered. Successful applicants will be notified by Friday 29 July.
Gary Rowntree Dance (NI)
Male and Female, Closes: June 24, 2016 - published on Friday, 10 June, 2016
Gary Rowntree | Dance is an emerging dance company based in Belfast, Northern Ireland and requires two new dancers for a research and development period. Both male and female dancers are encouraged to apply for the development of a new duet that will be created for performances in late 2016 and potential 2017.
The project will take place from the 18th July for one week in Belfast.
Applicants must have 3 years professional dance training, excellent contemporary dance technique and improvisational skills. Excellent skill and experience in partnering and contact work. Dancers must also be confident in devising and have the ability to learn and retain movement material quickly. Previous experience in highly physical work, theatre and use of text is also required.
*There is no audition for this role. Audition is by email only.*
To apply: Please send an email with an expression of interest, your CV and a video link of you performing to email@example.com Closing date is Friday 24th June at 5pm.
Payment: £400 per week. Travel and accommodation will be provided for those outside of Northern Ireland.
Kibbutz Dance Company (Israel)
Male, Closes: June 30, 2016 - published on Friday, 10 June, 2016
Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company, directed by Rami Be'er, is looking urgently for a male dancer for the main company, from 1,75m and up, with an excellent contemporary dance technique, strong physical skills, and performance experience for season 2016/2017.
How to apply: send an email including a video link and CV to Rachel Ariel firstname.lastname@example.org
Auditions are by invitation only
For further information please visit: http://www.kcdc.co.il
EnKnapGroup Dance Company (Slovenia)
Male and Female, Closes: July 7, 2016 - published on Wednesday, 8 June, 2016
EN-KNAP Productions and EnKnapGroup Dance Company announce an AUDITION / WORKSHOP (by invitation only) for experienced professional dancers (female and male) to join the Company on a 2-year agreement, with the beginning of work in Spring 2017.
The three-day audition - workshop will take place from Friday 23 September to Sunday 25 September 2016. in Španski Borci Cultural Centre, Zaloška 61, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Interested candidates should pre-register by submitting a current CV, contacts details,
a head shot, and a link to the video presentation, by email to: email@example.com.
The deadline for applications is July 1 2016.
All applicants will receive an email with information on the selection results, by July 7 2016.The selected candidates will also receive audition details.
Male of Female, Closes: June 16, 2016 - published on Wednesday, 8 June, 2016
Brokentalkers Workshop/Audition Call Out. Brokentalkers, the award-winning Irish theatre company, are looking for contemporary dancers and physical performers with experiences of devised performance making, to work with them on their new piece which will premiere in Dublin in late September 2016.
The dates of development and production will be between August 8th and October 29th 2016 and will take place in Dublin.
TO APPLY: please email a short CV, a link to an online video clip of your work as a performer, and a brief note explaining why you would like to participate to:
Deadline for applications is 16/06/16
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to participate in a day-long workshop with Brokentalkers artistic directors Feidlim Cannon and Gary Keegan, choreographer Jessica Kennedy and musical director Sean Millar.
Workshop/Audition will be held on Friday the 24th of June in Dublin.
Carte Blanche (Norway)
Male and Female, Closes: August 1, 2016 - published on Monday, 6 June, 2016
Carte Blanche invites dancers - 25 years or older, educated and experienced in contemporary techniques, improvisation and performance skills - to audition 17-18 September in Bergen, Norway.
Six contracts available:
Two permanent contracts: from February/March 2017 -
One 3-year contract: from February/March 2017 - February 2020
Three 1-year contracts: from February/March 2017 - February 2018
Dancers are required to have a minimum of 3-years post education professional experience in creative and dynamic processes. We appreciate individuality, strong performance skills and artistic integrity. Applicants must be 25 years old / born in 1991 or earlier. Gender not specified. Working language is English.
Audition 17-18 September 2016 at Studio Bergen, Nøstegaten 119, 5011 Bergen, Norway (map)
Apply with this application form within 1 August 2016 by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Those invited receive a notification on the 17 August, to the e-mail address you provide in the application form.
Audition is by invitation only.
Please send application form in English, including your CV, letter of motivation, photo and video in your e-mail.