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
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arthur Pita (UK)
Male, Closes: July 30, 2016 - published on Friday, 22 July, 2016
Arthur Pita in collaboration with HeadSpace Dance is looking for an experienced male performer 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 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 email@example.com
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 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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: email@example.com. 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com
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.
Luke Brown Dance (UK)
Male and Female, Closes: June 19, 2016 - published on Monday, 6 June, 2016
Auditions for Female and Male Dancers. Luke Brown (Artistic Director of Luke Brown Dance) is looking to work with 3 dance artists (both male and female) for the creation and tour of 'For You I Long the Longest'.
'For You I Long the Longest' explores the ever-changing nature of affection, reflecting on the beauty and brutality of love through works 'Second Self' and 'Princess'. Luke Brown's theatrical recreation of real life romance is both charming and provoking, laced with intimate storytelling and delicate choreography. 'For You I Long the Longest' blurs the lines between fantasy and reality in an honest and light hearted search for a happy ever after.
Luke Brown is seeking dancers with strong contemporary technique and experience in contact improvisation and partnering, showing excellent skills and confidence in both devising and delivering text as well as the ability to learn and retain movement material quickly. The retention of subtlety and detail is extremely important. Dancers must be open to taking direction and be comfortable working in a collaborative environment.
Previous experience of theatre and text work is preferred but not essential.
Auditions will be by invitation only.
Audition will run from 10am - 4pm
Sunday 19th June - Audition
Sunday 26th June - Recalls
Location: London Studio Centre, Arts Depot, 5 Nether Street, Tally Ho Corner, North Finchley, London. N12 0GA
Creation: 4th - 17th July 2016 - 22nd August - 4th September 2016
11th - 12th September 2016
20th September 2016
26th September 2016
3rd - 5th October 2016
13th September 2016
21st September 2016
27th September 2016
6th October 2016
21st October 2016
Payment for creation
£440 per week
Payment for performance
£150 per performance date
Payment for rehearsal
£100 per rehearsal date
Email Luke Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org with an expression of interest, CV and link to movement footage by Monday 13th June before 5pm
Box Artist management (UK)
Male and Female, Closes: June 9, 2016 - published on Sunday, 5 June, 2016
Box Artist Management - BAM is casting for Florence + The Machine headline gig @ Hyde Park British Summertime Festival. This audition is for male and female professional dancers and is by invitation only.
AUDITION 9th JUNE
Looking for exceptional, strong dancers with a contemporary commercial cross over and individual style. The audition venue is to be confirmed with pay levels set at above Equity rate for this type of performance. Please check with Equity to see what those rates should be.
You must be available for the following dates: 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th June & 2nd July. The work is choregraphed by Holly Blakey.
Send a CV and headshot to email@example.com, the dealine in this Thursday, 9th June.
Gary Clarke Company (UK)
Male, Closes: July 19, 2016 - published on Tuesday, 31 May, 2016
Award winning choreographer Gary Clarke requires 1 versatile and highly skilled male dancer to join Gary Clarke Company for the UK Autumn tour of the critically acclaimed mid-scale dance theatre production COAL
Marking the 30th anniversary to the end of the 1984 British miners' strike, COAL is a riveting piece of dance theatre which takes a nos-talgic look at the hard hitting realities of life at the coal face.
The successful artist will be required to: Successfully learn the repertoire from COAL from an existing role. Perform COAL at various mid-scale theatre venues nationwide in Autumn 2016 (11 shows in total). Perform certain sections of COAL at site-specific locations linked to each venue and area. Deliver COAL workshops at schools, colleges and universities nationwide. Work with and alongside groups of women from coal mining communities.
Project Details 2016
19th to 24th September 2016 - Rehearsals in London (venue TBC)
25th September to 1st October - The Tramway Theatre in Glasgow
15th to 22nd October - The Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield
23rd to 29th October - The Gulbenkian Theatre in Canterbury
5th to 12th November - The Gala Theatre in Durham
19th to 26th November - The Blackwood Miners Welfare Institute in Caerphilly: Wales
3rd to 10th December - The Contact Theatre in Manchester
£500 per week x 7 weeks engagement = £3500 (freelance contract) PLUS additional travel, accommodation and per diems covered
(Other additional dates for performances and workshops for Autumn 2016 may be added in discussion with the artists and the
company and additional touring dates for Spring 2017 will be confirmed by August 2016)
Audition is by invitation ONLY and interested applicants should demonstrate:
A very strong contemporary dance technique, strong floor work technique, a strong physical build, strong physical theatre skills, experience in highly physical work, good contact and partnering skills, very good stamina, good improvisation and creative skills, good musicality, confidence in text work, the ability to connect with very emotionally driven work, a willingness and openness to work with the community / non-dancers, a good working attitude, a good sense of humour, the ability to collaborate and work well as a team, the abil-ity to work well under pressure, confidence and experience in delivering education and outreach work, a full CRB check
Recent graduates are welcome to apply
Audition 1: Leeds - Sunday 17th July 2016 - 9.30am until 6pm
Venue: Yorkshire Dance, 3 St Peters Building, St Peters Square, Leeds LS9 8AH
Audition 2: London - Saturday 23rd July 2016 - 9.30am until 6pm
Venue: London Contemporary Dance School, 7 Dukes Road, London, WC1H 9PY
Recall Audition (for Leeds and London) : Sunday 24th July 2016 - 9.30am until 6pm
Venue: London Contemporary Dance School, 7 Dukes Road, London, WC1H 9PY
Interested applicants should submit a current CV stating their age and experience, a clear head and body shot and a short video clip of relevant performance work and clearly state which audition they wish to attend (Leeds or London) to:
Gina Walters at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants should also state if there is any issues with any of the dates or details listed as the company can be flexible depending on individual circumstances.
Deadline for applications is Wednesday 20th July 2016 at 6pm
All applicants will receive a successful or unsuccessful e-mail
Autin Dance Theatre (UK)
Male and Female, Closes: June 18, 2016 - published on Tuesday, 31 May, 2016
Established International Dance Artist and emerging choreographer Johnny Autin is looking for versatile and skilled dance theatre performers (male and female, and we particularly welcome applications from dancers of Black and South Asian heritage) to join the Birmingham-based professional company Autin Dance Theatre for our upcoming project 'A Positive Life'.
A Positive Life is an immersive dance theatre experience aimed at teenagers and young adults, around the themes of sex education, self love, health and wellbeing. The work aims to inspire, engage and challenge young people's mindsets and behaviours around their sexual health as well as investigating the impact of the physical theatre art form and the power of immersive live performances.
Autin DT is seeking exceptional performers in dance and physical theatre, and exceptional actors that are keen movers, ideally based in The Midlands, to work with Creative Director Johnny Autin through 3-5 weeks (funding dependent) of Research and Development. This will include creating and devising in the studio, as well as working in educational and community context's with young people, where workshops will be delivered, extracts of the work will be performed and consultation will take place with young people from a range of different backgrounds.
This is a paid opportunity, and number of dancers/length of contracts are subject to funding. We are looking for highly creative, technical and strong individual performers interested in embarking on an intense, fun, personal and creative journey with Autin DT.
Dates: (Confirmed with Venues - subject to funding)
Week 1 - 7th & 8th, 11th - 13th July 2016 at DanceXchange, Birmingham
Week 2 - 25th - 30th July 2016 at mac birmingham
Week 3 - 5th - 10th September 2016 at mac birmingham
Possibility of further work subject to funding. We envision more work for performers to follow in the following year (from Sept onwards).
Open audition workshops:
Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th June (10am to 6pm) in Birmingham, venues TBC. To register to the open audition workshops in advance, please send CV, headshot and online video links to email@example.com
IJAD Dance Company (UK)
Male and Female, Closes: June 9, 2016 - published on Tuesday, 31 May, 2016
IJAD Dance Company workshop/audition IJAD Dance Company are looking for three professional dancers for their next research and project. We will be holding a workshop / audition day for male and female dancers on Thursday the 9th of June with a recall on Friday the 10th of June 2016.
These workshops will offer the participants the opportunity to gain an understanding of the company's work, and IJAD will have the chance to choose the performers that are best suited for their research/projects. The company's work is highly physical, using an
amalgamation of physical theatre, contemporary, neo classical. The company creates lively projects, with a collaborative nature. IJAD are a resident company at FACT until January 2017 Liverpool, and collaborating with Citrus Suite.
The candidates have to be available on the 15th of June and will be working between
London and Liverpool. Subject: Astronomy, we will be researching with the professors of
Astronomy Andrew Newsam.
IJAD are a contemporary performance company has a fascination with new technology
and an aim to get everyone involved. The work is based contemporary, neo classical and physical theatre dance styles.
For more information about IJAD Dance Company visit www.ijaddancecompany.com All applicants should be aware that the work comprises, social media and virtual platforms.
Workshop / audition by invitation only If You have two years experience and are free for pocket of time between June 2016- and January 2017.
Send us a C.V NOW covering letter by Sunday Tuesday the 7thof June, explaining why you are interested in the company's work and whether you are available and would like to be considered for the projects: Orbits
Performers should have a degree in Dance. IJAD are particularly interested in performers that have a wide range of dance vocabulary, Ballet, Contemporary, physical theatre, street dance. Good dance teachers. With a minimum of 2 years experience in professional dancing. Being on Twitter is a must
Contract Starts: 15th of June 2016 rehearsals and performances will be sporadic until
January 2017 Paid work.
Sally Marie (UK)
Male and Female, Closes: June 4, 2016 - published on Monday, 23 May, 2016
We are looking for dancers for two dance-theatre projects this summer, directed by Sally Marie. 9.30am Registration both days. On Saturday 4th June from 10 am-1.30am Independent Dance. Siobhan Davies Studios, 85 St George's Rd, London SE1 6ER. Upstairs studio. (Elephant and Castle underground.) 2.30-5.30pm Rambert Dance Company Studios. 99 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PP. ( The Southbank.) Mercury Studio. Waterloo Underground / Station. On Sunday 5th June, 10 - 5.45pm Siobhan Davies Studios, 85 St George's Rd, London SE1 6ER. Upstairs studio
Every Day People
Just weekends only, from 9th July - 21st August (£180 a day / £360 for each weekend / £2520 in total). We are looking for three dancers, male or female.Six members of the public are going to choreograph their own dance work on three professional dancers, with myself as go-between. You'll need to be warm and open, versatile, a good team player and possess a great memory - as you may be work on three different pieces in a day over the 8 weekends.
29th August - 25th September. Full-length dance-theatre work about our connection to nature / also a comedy. It has already premiered as an indoor work & is now going to be re-imagined as an outdoor piece for the InsideOut Festival in Dorset. We need 3 Male dancers, possibly one female. ( It's mostly Bournemouth based, yet accommodation will be provided.
We are looking for three very different men. And also a community cast from the Bournemouth area.
Ist Man: Possibly a woman in fact. Someone very funny, emotional, charismatic and good at text.
2nd Man Great mover, someone who can breakdance perhaps / and who is also competent at text. This part is a city bloke who loves football.
3rd Man: Someone intense who is a great mover and good at contact. Does not need to be able to do text really ;)
We have already been commissioned and so it's definitely happening, only I am awaiting a funding decision to extend the rehearsal process. This will be a paid position. Likely around £450 a week for four weeks, which includes the shows.
We are hoping these initial performances may lead to further performances at Festivals next summer. The audition is open - to give new graduates a chance as much as anything.
Please bring your CV and a picture on the day and email me with a simple word YES if you are coming so we can gage numbers: firstname.lastname@example.org
(A couple of other choreographers who may be looking for dancers will be invited to observe the audition too.)
Moxie Brawl (UK)
Female, Closes: June 12, 2016 - published on Monday, 23 May, 2016
Moxie Brawl- a fresh, all-female, inclusive, award winning dance theatre company that creates work for outdoors, indoors and places wheres dance just shouldn't be, is searching for dance artists to join the research stage of a new work in Autumn 2016.
Artistic Director Sarah Blanc is developing a new work, 'History Of Ireland'; a fun and engaging dance theatre piece, which explores the stereotypical view of Ireland whilst bringing to light Irish women who have been forgotten in the history books.
Moxie Brawl is looking to recruit 1 female dance artists to join the team for this research stage. The successful candidate will have excellent performance skills, a collaborative approach to working, be comfortable learning large pieces of text and have strong dance technique. Ability to play an Irish traditional instrument would be a bonus.
This audition is particularly targeted at female disabled artists however, applications from all female dance artists are welcome. In addition, Moxie Brawl is also looking to recruit cover for the Autumn leg of the Windibops tour 19th-27th October.
Ideally these two roles would be the same person but not essential.
Dates: Irish research- First two weeks in September 2016 at The Place in London. Exact dates to be confirmed.
Windibops Autumn dates- 20th-27th October confirmed and 1st -3rd November TBC
Fee: £450 per week
The audition will take place at Trinity Laban, Sunday June 12th, 10am - 2pm.
Unfortunately, alternative dates are not available, applicants must be available to attend this date to be considered.
Please look at the website and videos on youtube before sending a *covering letter (maximum 2 paragraphs) explaining why you would like to work with us, CV and any links to clips you may have of yourself moving/performing to: email@example.com by Friday 3rd June. Successful applicants will be notified by Monday 6th June
*Video applications are also accepted, if you would prefer to talk instead of writing a cover letter.
Hagit Yakira (UK)
Male, Closes: June 3, 2016 - published on Wednesday, 18 May, 2016
Hagit Yakira - founder and director of Hagit Yakira dance is looking for an experienced male dancer for her new production Free Falling, which will be performed nationally throughout autumn 2016 and spring-summer 2017. A project supported by Sadler's Wells, Laban Theatre and Dance4.
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to participate in two days of workshops led by Hagit Yakira. The workshops are for shortlisted applicants only and are subject to the requirements as outlined.
Workshop/Audition dates, times and location:
London: Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. Saturday 11th June and Sunday 12th June from 9.00am till 3.00pm. Shortlisted applicants will be informed by Wednesday 8th June More details about the workshops will be sent to those invited.
All applicants should be available for the creation period in London between September - October 2016. This contract is being offered at £440 per week for the five to six week period. Unfortunately no travel or accommodation expenses can be covered during this time. The selected dancer will also need to be available for touring 2016/2017. An additional daily rate, plus travel, accommodation and per diems will be offered for this.
Applicants should have the following experience/skills:
Strong contemporary dance training with excellent technical and creative abilities
Very strong partnering skills
Experience in improvisation
A willingness to contribute to the creative process
A desire to learn
An interest/familiarity with Hagit Yakira's work
TO APPLY: please email a short CV, photograph, online film links/uploaded videos of previous work (no special effects) and a brief letter explaining why you would like participate, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications is Friday 3rd June at 5pm.
For any queries regarding the production or the workshop auditions, please email email@example.com
Didy Veldman (UK)
Male or Female, Closes: June 20, 2016 - published on Wednesday, 18 May, 2016
Umanoove/Didy Veldman is looking for two experienced male/female dancers for her first independent creation starting 19 Sept. 2016 in London. This full length production will have four dancers and will also be performed by Alexander Balanescu. The audition will be held on Sunday 10 July 2016 with a deadline for applicants on Monday 20 June 2016
Requirements: Extensive body awareness, strength, flexibility in body and mind, ability to apply various movement techniques, improvising, collaborating and generosity.
Interested applicants should email a CV and photo, and any links to video footage, explaining why they would like to work with 'Umanoove'/Didy Veldman, no later than 20 June '16 to firstname.lastname@example.org Please note that the audition will be by invitation only.
Working period: 19 Sept until 17 Nov. with performances starting 4 Nov. Plus a second performance period starting end of April'17 until middle of May '17. Please if you do not have availability during the stated project period do not apply to audition.
Russell Maliphant Company (UK)
Male or Female, Closes: June 17, 2016 - published on Saturday, 14 May, 2016
Russell Maliphant Company is looking for experienced dancers for short project in Autumn 2016 and international touring in 2017 the audition will be held on 16 and 17 July 2016 and the deadline for applicants is Friday 17 June 2016
Requirements: Strong contemporary and/or classical technique training, Very strong partnering skills for male, A desire to learn, Familiarity with Russell Maliphant's work.
Applicants are required to send CV with headshot, online film links/uploaded videos of previous work (no special effects) and a covering letter outlining why they wish to be considered by email. Audition will be by invitation only and subject to the requirements as outlined. Please send submissions to email@example.com
Initial period of employment will be 14 - 27 November 2016 with possibility for further dates in 2017. We kindly ask that individuals who do not have availability during the stated project period do not apply to audition. If you are unavailable for the project dates but would like to be considered for future engagements please send details to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add you to our database.
Dance Ahead (UK)
Male or Female, Closes: May 25, 2016 - published on Saturday, 14 May, 2016
Dance Ahead are looking for 2 new performers to join the cast of The Glass House. Applicants must hold 3 years professional dance training. Exceptional contemporary dance technique. Excellent Contact improvisation skills and devising skills and a strong performance presence.
The Glass House is a development of Looking Outside from the Inside commissioned by Dance City for Edits in 2015 - a piece of contemporary dance theatre on the themes of poverty, the vulgarity of bourgeois spending, and the social isolation caused by the wealth gap. The Glass House will cast 4 professional dancers, 16 cross-generational community participants and a number of local musicians.
Audition Date : 29th May 2016 1 - 5pm (Carlisle, Cumbria)
Project Dates : 8th - 27th August 2016 (Carlisle, Cumbria)
Inclusive fee of £1,500
Deadline for Applications 25th May
To apply please send a cover letter, headshot and CV to email@example.com with the subject heading Pro Performer Glass House.
Australian Dance Theatre (Australia)
Male and Female, Closes: June 9, 2016 - published on Monday, 9 May, 2016
A rare opportunity has become available for male and female dancers to join Australian Dance Theatre, based in Adelaide. The successful applicants will join an elite team of professional dancers, representing a world-class company led by Artistic Director Garry Stewart.
Dancers with professional experience are encouraged to apply. Full-time contracts of one-year duration are available. Applicants must hold either an Australian or New Zealand citizenship or a valid visa to work as a dancer in Australia.
The audition will be undertaken at your own expense.
Resilient and Quick thinking.
Peak physical condition.
Highly proficient in contemporary and classical dance
High level of professionalism
Willingness to work hard and be passionate about dance and movement research and be an effective team member.
Applicants must submit:
One head shot
Two dance shots
Links to video footage (YouTube or Vimeo - 3 min max) including passwords if used
CV including a minimum of two references to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ensure it is clear which audition you would like to attend.
Applications Close: Friday 10h June 2016
AUDITION LOCATIONS: Melbourne, Friday 17 June - 12.00pm - 6.30pm, Victorian College of the Arts - 234 St Kilda Rd, Southbank VIC 3006
New Zealand: Sunday 19the June - 10.30am - 5.30pm, New Zealand School of Dance - 11 Hutchison Rd, Newtown, Wellington 6021, New Zealand
Adelaide: Thursday June 23rd 2016 10.30am - 5.30pm, Adelaide College of the Arts - 39 Light Square, Adelaide SA 5000
Hilde Elbers (Netherlands)
Female, Closes: May 30, 2016 - published on Monday, 9 May, 2016
Hilde Elbers is looking for a Physically powerful Theatrical playful Female dancer It is asked that one is willing to dive into mentally challenging processes and dares to make personal connection to the work.One needs to be able to be very precise, and strong in improvisation as well.
The work probably will be, repetitive, long lasting, and physically extreme. The Theme of the next performance will be about boundary's. To what do we say yes and to what do we say no? how close can we get? How defensive are we?
In these two days we will explore different aspects that are used in the work.As the work is layered we will use a workshop format to have time and dive in deeply.
Attendance is on invitation.
Please send to: email@example.com before 30 may
1) A one page motivation letter (please look at my website and the trailers of The Animated and A manual for walking. www.hildeelbers.nl) where you write about what comes up for you when you hear the word: boundary's / personal boundary's. Please include your thoughts about saying yes and no in regards to different aspects of life.
It can be poetically written, A word game, an association train ore however it fits you
2) A link to a youtube/vimeo video where you are dancing/moving and shows your theatrical skills as well.
3) a CV
7-8 August 2016 in Boulevard festival
1 week in the end of October 2016
7-12 and 14-19 November 2016
1- 17 December 2016
1-25 January 2017 :
Premiere 25th January
The audition will be held in Theater De NWE Vorst in Tilburg the Netherlands. Details follow upon invitation. Please take into account the workshop audition is for two days!