Russell Maliphant (UK)
Male and Female, Closes: June 30, 2018 - published on Monday, 11 June, 2018
Russell Maliphant is seeking professional dancers to cast his next production. Russell Maliphant Company was established in 1996 as the framework for Maliphant to initiate productions and to work with his own ensemble of dancers. Since that time we have received two Olivier awards, two South Bank Show awards and three Critics' Circle National Dance awards for best modern choreography, amongst many other national and international awards and nominations.
Russell Maliphant's work is characterised by a unique approach to flow and energy and an ongoing exploration of the relationship between movement, light and music. For 20 years, Maliphant has worked closely with pioneering lighting designer Michael Hulls to explore and realise these ideas. Russell Maliphant and Michael Hulls are both Associate Artists of Sadler's Wells.
In April 2018, the Russell Maliphant Company became one of Arts Council England's National Portfolio Organisations. This brings an exciting new chapter to the company's history, becoming Company in Residence at DanceEast, Ipswich.
HOW TO APPLY
Visit our website to download and complete an application form
Email your completed form, with a video link of you performing, to email@example.com
Application deadline 30 June 2018, midnight UK time.
Your video must not exceed 5 minutes and must be of good quality. Please make sure it includes performance footage as well as rehearsal/studio footage. You must be clearly and completely visible. If there are other performers in the video, please make sure you clearly indicate who you are and highlight the sections you performed in the "Video Notes" field on the application form.
You will be notified by email on Friday 13 July 2018
Audition is by invitation only
Audition Date: Saturday 21 July, 10am - 5pm
Audition Location: London
Availability: Performers must be fully available for creation from Jan - April 2019, leading to touring approximately April - May 2019 and Sept - Nov 2019.
Salary: Above Equity Standards
Male or Female, Closes: June 29, 2018 - published on Monday, 11 June, 2018
Shaper/Caper, led by multi award-winning choreographer and first ever Artist in Residence at BBC Radio 2 Thomas Small, are looking for one dancer to work alongside 4 other dancers and join a high-profile mass participation project in Scotland in September. This project features up to 500 performers aged between 8 and 30 and an audience of 10k. Audition is by invitation only. Applicants should have excellent technical and performance skills. Due to the event being a Year of Young People event, performers need to be aged under 30.
Applicants must be available for the following dates:
14th to 24th August and 3rd to 14th September 2018. Performance is on 14th September. Rehearsals will take place in Dundee, Scotland.
Equity minimum weekly wage plus allowances for travel, accommodation, per diems etc.
To be considered, please send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 29th June at 5pm.
1. CV (2 pages max)
2. Online link to footage of you dancing (YouTube, Vimeo etc and include any passwords if required to view)
3. Headshot or face photo
4. Please state if you prefer to audition in Dundee or London
The audition will take place from 10am to 5pm on: Wed 4th July in Dundee and Fri 6th July in London. Please ensure you are available on one of these audition dates.
If you need to get in touch, please email email@example.com or visit www.shapercaper.com
Physical Postcards (UK)
Male, Closes: June 24, 2018 - published on Monday, 11 June, 2018
We are looking for a strong and engaging dancer/physical performer to work alongside Sarah Fairhall and Lois Taylor to create Physical Postcards touring work.
Physical Postcards on tour, is an Arts Council of England funded performance project for
rural venues. It explores the sending and receiving of danced messages from the body.
This performance brings the audience into our process of making Physical Postcards through performance of informal conversations, choreographed work and in the moment
improvised responses to the audiences writing.
We are looking for a strong performer and collaborative individual to co create the work,
who is interested in investing in it for current and future performance opportunities. You
will need to enjoy and be confident in exploring and expressing your ideas, in movement
and text and be playful and inventive. Really positive skills are: Improvisation, contact, voice work, creative writing, dance/movement technical or/an originality.
2 weeks devising, 4 performances - future performances 2019. Where: Devising in East Cornwall Liskeard. Confirmed performances in Cornwall and Devon
When: Devising - One day in your own time pre-September and together September
3rd - 14th . Performance - September 15th , 21st , October 6th and one more tbc between
September 15 th and October 6th
Accommodation: To be discussed on an individual basis, support given to find very
Deadline for application: Sunday 24th June. We will be in contact by Thursday 28 th June
For applicants who would be strong for the project, we will arrange a face to face meet up
or Skype interview/audition end of June early July.
Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org A letter of application outlining your skills relevant to the project, reasons for interest in it, who you are and what you might be able to bring to this way of working. Links to footage of you dancing in performance, improvisation or studio play time. A CV of relevant experiences with a simple ID photo
Grounded Movement (UK)
Male or Female, Closes: May 18, 2018 - published on Tuesday, 15 May, 2018
5 professional performers required for, Ragtime to Grime, a new production by Grounded Movement, directed by Temujin Gill (London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony). The production is about cultural amnesia and change, where the new generation often forgets what has come before, and will feature a rich mix of iconic Jazz and dance music by South London-based producer Miles Romans Hopcraft.
We have received funding from Arts Council England to conduct the research and development of this new production and present a performance at the Crystal Palace
Festival on the 16th June 2018.
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR
Adaptable dancers/actor dancers with an eclectic movement experience and a good ability
in one of the following: traditional jazz, lindy hop/swing dance, old school British bebop,
rhythm tap, breakin' (b.boying) and other hip hop and funk dances. May include some acting and vocal work.
Rehearsals will be split into two stages:
30 - 31 May, Rehearsals
6, 7, 10, 14, 15 June, Rehearsals
16 June - Crystal Palace Festival Performance.
Fees at equity rates
November - dates TBC.
Fees at equity rates
HOW TO APPLY
Please send your CV, and if available, a short link to footage of yourself in performance -
dance, acting or rap/spoken word, to email@example.com by Friday 18
Please note this is an invitation only audition. Audition date: Sunday 20 May, 2.30 pm - 5.30 pm
Rosie Kay Dance Company (UK)
Male and Female, Closes: June 21, 2018 - published on Tuesday, 15 May, 2018
RKDC seeks one female and two male dancers for MK ULTRA. RKDC seeks male and female dancers with a playing age of 17-28 to perform in MK ULTRA. The project will rehearse and rework MK ULTRA before touring to theatres in the UK.
Dancers need these qualities:
MK ULTRA is about pop stars and fame and deconstructs performance - we're looking for stars who can shine, Very fast at learning, Good memory for complex material, Strong contemporary technique, excellent strength and fitness.
Diverse performers with interesting/unique/quirky looks and strong confidence. Positive attitude, hard working and willing to contribute to a healthy, fun touring company atmosphere, Good acting ability.
Applicants need to be available for all of these dates:
Rehearsals and premiere in Birmingham 20 - 31 August and 10-22 September. Depending on your home location you may need to travel to Birmingham on 19 August and 9 September.
Tour weeks (including travel days):
27 September - 3 October
15 - 17 October (part-week)
22 - 27 October
4 - 11 November
RKDC is unable to sponsor work visas and you must have the legal right to work in the UK. If you have any queries about this please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before applying to audition.
Equity/ITC Ethical Manager Contract: £471 pw for rehearsals, £500 pw for performance plus holiday pay, all travel and accommodation plus touring per diem.
Applicants must be available for the relevant round one audition and the recall dates
Females - round one
Thursday 21 June 2018, 10:00-17:30
The Sir Doug Ellis Woodcock Sports Centre, Aston University, Aston Triangle, Birmingham B4 7ET
Males - round one
Friday 22 June 2018, 10:00-17:30
Birmingham Hippodrome, Thorp Street, Birmingham B5 4TB
Females and Males - recall
Friday 29 June 2018, 10:00-17:39
DanceXchange, Thorp Street, Birmingham B5 4TB
Audition will comprise of: Fitness session and technique class. Learning repertoire
Improvisation section. Please note we cannot cover costs to attend the audition. We cannot offer an alternative date or online audition.
To apply Complete the application form here: http://rosiekay.co.uk/mk-ultra-audition-notice-2018/
Gerrard Martin Dance (UK)
Male, Closes: May 20, 2018 - published on Tuesday, 15 May, 2018
Gerrard Martin Dance requires an Afro-Caribbean / Black-mixed heritage, Male Contemporary dancer, for a 4 week R&D period. GMD is creating a duet entitled 'B', a contemporary dance piece exploring the experiences of being both Black and Gay.
Dancers should possess at least 3 years professional training; have strong technique, contact work and floor skills, as well as a strong performance quality. The piece will require the individual to be collaborative, sensitive, and both open-minded and physically inquisitive.
'B' will examine Black intimacy within a Gay, male context.
The R&D period will be conducted in two locations. The first 3 weeks will be spent researching in Northampton, and the final week in London, culminating in a London sharing for invited guests.
Dates of the R&D period are from the 28th May - 22nd June
Audition date: Sunday, 20th May 2018
Pay: Equity weekly rate
Please send a CV, a head / body shot, and any links to show reels / filmed improvisation work to: email@example.com
Keneish Dance (UK)
Male or Female, Closes: May 15, 2018 - published on Thursday, 10 May, 2018
Keisha Grant, Artistic Director of Keneish Dance urgently seeks 1 black male or female dancer to join the cast for 'African Sanctus'; a large scale dance and live orchestral collaboration. You will have a sound work ethic, exceptional musicality, a strong presence and solid contemporary / classical and African Dance skills.
At last 2 years professional experience is preferred.
28 May - 1 June, 4 June, 11 June - 6 July, Performance 7 July @ Octagon Centre, Sheffield.
Fees: Equity rates + relocation costs at £100 per week. The creation period will take place in Birmingham and Leeds.
Send CVs with photograph and video entry to Keisha at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline 15 May @ 5pm
Jack Webb (UK)
Male and Female, Closes: May 27, 2018 - published on Thursday, 10 May, 2018
Award-winning Scottish Choreographer and Director Jack Webb is looking to meet new dancers for a research and development project '79 Spaces'.
79 Spaces is a new intergenerational work for four women between the ages of 20 and 70 years old. 79 is a rough average of the age that humans will live to be. Working with this sense of time as a guide for a new work, Jack will develop ideas, choreography and movement methodologies and choreographic strategies that explore life in the in between spaces, the value of time, how much time we have left, how much we've wasted and as we grow older how our sense of time changes.
This research is part of and informed by Jack's current body of work exploring choreographic strategies that bring people together, paying close attention to the importance of support networks, community, connection, disconnection, isolation, loneliness, care of oneself and others and the never ending search for shared connection and its transformative effects.
Jack's work is strongly routed in the dancing/moving body. His practice is concerned with a variety of enquiries that explore ways in which to transform and deconstruct the body, states of consciousness and being, distortion of the body, objects, costume and surroundings. His work is often influenced by and attempts to connect to the goings on in nature and society, is of an existential nature and attempts to zoom in on the inner and outer emotional and physical landscapes of the performer and audience.
Jack is interested to meet four female professional dancers to form a diverse group for this project in Edinburgh, Scotland. He is looking to meet
One professional dancer between 20 - 30 years old
One professional dancer between 30 - 45 years old
One professional dancer between 45 - 55 years old
One professional dancer between 55 - 70 years old (although older performers will be considered)
Dancers should possess a strong and articulate dance/physical/technical/movement base with an interest in and experience of improvisation, partner work, text, should be excited by an experimental approach and be comfortable working in collaboration with the choreographer/director and other dancers to develop the work. Jack would like to meet dancers who are kind, sensitive, articulate, brave, open minded and who enjoy working deeply and authentically in a safe creative environment under the guidance/direction of the choreographer.
3 weeks - 18th June - 6th July 2018 in Edinburgh, Scotland
£550 per week
Accommodation and transport provided for those living outside of Edinburgh
Please write to Jack at email@example.com with a note of interest that details why you would like to work with Jack/the project , a CV and footage of you dancing. All applications should be received by 27th May 2018. There will be no audition.
79 Spaces is supported by Creative Scotland and Dance Base, Edinburgh.
Visit www.jackwebbperformance.com for more information
Male, Closes: May 28, 2018 - published on Friday, 4 May, 2018
Indepen-dance is an award winning inclusive dance company for disabled and non-disabled people to enjoy, express, and fulfil their potential through dance. Our mission is to enable participation in high quality arts provision and improve well being, quality of life and provide opportunities for disabled and non-disabled dancers.
We are seeking one male dancer to perform in Four Go Wild In Wellies: a playful look at how friendships are built broken and mended - a whimsical adventure featuring tents that have a life of their own, bobble hats, and of course, lots of fun in wellies! A dance theatre show for audiences aged 3-5 years (and their families). Four Go Wild In Wellies has toured extensively around Scotland and to Ireland and Germany. It will be performed in Thailand in May 2018 and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 and Merchant City Festival, Glasgow.
ABOUT THE AUDITION
We are seeking one male dancer to learn an existing role. The audition will consist of technique class and learning repertoire.
• Highly physical and expressive performer
• Ability to learn existing material quickly
• Supportive practice and willing to work with others
• Interest in performing for children and their families
• Interest in inclusive practice
• Height: under 5"8/176cm
• Experience performing with early years audiences
• 2 years of professional, or comparable, dance experience and/or an
extraordinary natural performance style
Audition: Thursday 14th June in Glasgow by invitation only (10am-4pm)
REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE PERIOD
• Week 1: Monday 2nd July - Friday 6th July 2018
• Week 2: Monday 9th July - Friday 13th July 2018
• Week 3: Monday 16th July - Wednesday 18th July 2018
Rehearsals will take place in Glasgow. Fee: Week 1 and 2 £450 per week, Week 3 £270
• 7th Aug - 12th Aug
• 14th Aug - 19th Aug
• 21st Aug - 26th Aug
Performances will take place in Glasgw and Ediburgh. Travel to Edinburgh will be
Fee: £500 per week
Dancers must be available for all dates including audition
HOW TO APPLY
Please send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org
• Covering letter
• Any available links to videos of you dancing (Youtube or Vimeo links only)
Deadline to apply: Monday 28th May. Successful applicants will be informed by
Friday 1st June
We encourage applications from both disabled and non-disabled dancers.
For further information about the company and production please follow the links
The Middleton Corpus (UK)
Male, Closes: May 9, 2018 - published on Friday, 4 May, 2018
theMiddletonCorpus is URGENTLY seeking a Male performer to join the team for an intense period of rehearsals leading to various performance dates with the company, throughout the Summer of 2018.
AUDITION DATE | 12th May 2018 (10am - 1pm) at Kala Sangam (Bradford)
* if you are unable to attend the audition, or need to leave early, please still apply with your interest and we can possibly find other methods to see how you might fit the role. 05 1.120.1
Due to company performers being unable to commit to the summer tour dates, this year, theMiddletonCorpus are urgently seeking 1 male performer to join the company to learn our latest work 'Seedling', that will be presented at various festivals across the UK throughout the summer. Due to the sporadic nature of the schedule, we ask that you carefully check the dates, to ensure you are able to commit to the all of the dates required.
If you are unable to commit to the dates, we kindly ask that you withhold your application on this occasion, to ensure that we are able to make the most appropriate decisions for the nature of this working period.
We would particularly like to hear from Male performers who have excellent contemporary dance ability, can move with quality, and preferably with experience of lifting.
REQUIRED DATES FOR THE PROJECT:
24th, 25th May 2018 | Rehearsal at 'Kala Sangam' (Bradford) (10am-5pm) (2 working days) (Seedling)
w/c 28th May 2018 | Rehearsal at 'Kala Sangam' (Bradford) (10am - 5pm) (Bank holiday Monday off) (Seedling)
1st & 3rd June 2018 | Confirmed performances at 'Wheee! Festival' (Nottingham) (overnight stay from Fri-Sun) (Seedling)
w/c 9th July 2018 | Rehearsal at 'Kala Sangam' (Bradford) (10am - 5pm)(Seedling & Without End)
14th July 2018 | Confirmed performances at 'Bradford Festival' (Seedling & Without End)
15th July 2018 | TBC performance at 'Walthamstow Garden Party' (London) (Seedling)
PAY | This is a paid position, employing the following rates of pay:
- £450/week for rehearsals (£90/day if working less than 5 working days).
- £100/day for confirmed performance dates (TBC dates will be paid at the £100/day rate, once the date is confirmed)
Flexibility | We are aware that this is a very sporadic period of work, so understand if it isn't appropriate for some people, but as a freelancing based company, we always ensure that artists & performers are all paid fairly, with whatever funds we have available. We hope that you are understanding.
TO APPLY | Please send through your up-to-date CV and any footage that you might have to demonstrate your qualities, with a brief note to inform us that you are able to commit to the dates required and to outline any specific skills that you believe might be beneficial for the work. Please send emails to email@example.com
Deadline to apply | Please ensure that you apply as soon as possible, so that we can carefully consider all those that we might need to invite for audition period. Deadline will be 9th of May 2018. We will aim to reply, to all applications to inform you of whether we would like to see you in the audition, within 2-3 days of receiving your application, or if this becomes impossible, all applicants will be informed before the evening of the 9th of May, whether they are invited to attend the audition date.
Hit The Ground Running Dance Theatre (UK)
Male, Closes: May 11, 2018 - published on Wednesday, 2 May, 2018
Artistic director Michael Heatley is looking for highly physical and experienced male dancers who are comfortable with text based work , for the companies regional North East tour of 'Macho' - a physical theatre piece focusing on the stigma attached to men's mental health. Funded by Arts Council England
The contract will run from
11th June 2018- 6th July 2018
Project fee- Equity rates
To apply please email
. Current Cv
to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12pm Friday 11th May
Successful candidates will be informed by 14th May and invited to a workshop/ audition on the 20th May in Newcastle
Hagit Yakira Dance (UK)
Female, Closes: May 7, 2018 - published on Monday, 23 April, 2018
Female Dancers wanted for Hagit Yakira dance's new production 'If One Keeps Walking...' (subject to funding) Hagit Yakira dance are looking for 2 female professional dancers/performers for an R&D period for their production 'If One Keeps Walking...'. The contract will run from 2nd July till 26th July (some full weeks and some not) & 10th September till 21st September.
The research will then be developed into a full production during 2019
A more detailed timeline will be given in the workshop/audition. All of the rehearsals will be held in London. It is a paid work.
It is vital that dancers have a very strong contemporary technique, floor work, contact improvisation, and improvisation skills. In addition there will be a need for openness and ability for a team work to contributing to the creative process.
AUDITION DATES: The audition will take place Laban, Laurie Grove studio 6, London, SE14 6NH, on 12th May 2018, at 9.30am and is invite only. Please be prepared to stay all day.
Some of the participants might be asked to come for a one day call back workshop in June - more detailed for that will be given on the day.
TO APPLY: Participation in the audition is by invitation only. To apply please email the following information to email@example.com by 4.00pm on Monday the 7th May 2018
• a cover letter
• a current CV
• a headshot
• Optional - links to footage of you dancing
Successful applicants will be invited to audition by Wednesday 9th May.
Second Hand Dance (UK)
Male or Female, Closes: May 4, 2018 - published on Monday, 23 April, 2018
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, The Night Tree. The Night Tree will be an adaption of the book by the same name by Eve Bunting. The story explores the beautiful journey of a family who go into the forest and decorate a tree for Christmas with edible decorations for the birds and animals.
We are looking for 1 performer who is confident in contemporary dance technique, devising, collaborating and has a confident singing voice. A desire to work on a family dance production is essential.
We are also interested in developing relationships with dancers for future projects.
The audition workshop will take place on Monday 21 May with a call-back on Tuesday 22 May 2018 in London (location TBC).
Supported by Gulbenkian, University of Kent, Pavilion Dance South West and using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Rosie Heafford - Second Hand dance is a Pavilion Dance South West Dream artist. Produced by Claire Summerfield at www.tandemworks.uk
ABOUT THE AUDITION WORKSHOPS
Invitation only audition with improvisatory tasks and voice workshop.
We are looking for male and female performers with the following qualities: • Excellent devising and improvisation skills and a willingness to work collaboratively • Excellent movement technique; quick to generate movement and an eye for detail • Confident singing voice • Confident with partner-work and contact improvisation • Interested in performing for and interacting with children and family audiences • Interested in collaborating on a show with the natural world at its heart
We aim to be inclusive in our casting and are actively seeking applications from a diverse range of backgrounds and body types.
Creation Period Performers must be available for all the following weeks 2-6 July 2018 3 - 15 September 2018
19 Nov - 7 December 2018
Performance Period 9 - 24 December 2018
Rehearsal locations are to be confirmed. Performances will be in Canterbury and Bournemouth.
FEES £500 per week
HOW TO APPLY Please send a CV, performance footage and a covering letter or video application explaining why you would like to work with us to firstname.lastname@example.org by 4th May 2018. Successful applicants will be notified by 15 May 2018. Please let us know in your application if you have any access requirements.
Cascade Dance Theatre (UK)
Male and Female, Closes: May 4, 2018 - published on Monday, 23 April, 2018
CASCADE DANCE THEATRE is looking for male and female dance artists to join the company for the creation and tour of its new production FRANKENSTEIN.
Applicants should have received training from a recognised school or conservatoire and should be an experienced dance theatre artist with excellent contemporary technique and contact/partnering skills. The Company requires committed, versatile dancers who should be charismatic performers with an interest in narrative and the ability to deliver text and spoken word.
Successful applicants will be responsible for the creation of the work with Artistic Director Phil Williams and his creative team. The work will tour to venues throughout Wales and will be accompanied by a workshop program which will be delivered by the company dancers.
Rehearsal period in Wales
17 September - 31 October
National Tour of Wales
1 November - 1 December
The company pay above equity minimum rates and provide accommodation during the rehearsal and touring periods.
Audition by invitation only will be held in Cardiff on Saturday 12 May.
To apply please send
• CV including Headshot /Images of previous work
• Video links of recent dance projects
Application deadline is Friday 4 May and only successful applicants will be notified by Monday 7 May.
Artists of all ages and ethnicities are encouraged to apply
Fuora Dance Project (UK)
Female, Closes: May 3, 2018 - published on Tuesday, 10 April, 2018
Fuora Dance Project is looking for one or two Female artists in dance theatre and spoken word to join the company for rehearsals and a national tour of its production 'W-hat About?' from Sept 2018.
Fuora Dance Project (Dundee/Scotland) is looking for exceptional performers in dance theatre and spoken word to rehearse and perform the next tour of 'W-hat About?', a children's dance-theatre performance for children aged 6+ (and their adults). It is a celebration about grandparents who help us to grow up, teaching us to be brave when life is difficult, helping us to fight our fears and destroy the barriers between others and ourselves.
The performance is an interactive celebration of the importance of intergenerational family ties enriched by a humorous take on the combination of Italian and Scottish cultures.
We are looking for highly creative, versatile, skilled and strong individual performers interested in embarking on a journey with the company. Applicants must be based in UK and being able to speak fluent ITALIAN. Applicants should also demonstrate strong dance theatre technique, partner work, improvisation and devising skills, be a quick learner for the existing dance and acted material. Must be adaptable for rural touring.
To apply, please email a letter of interest outlining your practice and why you are interested in being a part of this project, along with a CV, headshot, and a short video to email@example.com. Please mention if you have any additional information that you believe that it is valid for the selection.
Deadline to apply: 3rd May 18
Audition: 12th May 2018 from 11.30am to 5.30pm at Scottish Dance Theatre, Dundee Rep Theatre (Scotland)
Attendance to the audition is by invitation only. Please apply only if you can commit all the dates written below for the period of work.
Key Tour and Rehearsal Dates:
Rehearsal Week at Platform, Glasgow - w/b 24th September 2018
Platform - 29th September
Lochgelly Centre, Fife - 6th October
Cumbernauld Theatre - 7th October
Dundee Rep Theatre - 12th October
The Brunton Theatre - Oct/Nov
Adam Smith Theatre - 19th October
Carnegie Hall - 20th October
Eastgate Arts - 27th October
Pitlochry Festival Theatre - 3rd November
The Byre Theatre - February 2019
N.B Further dates will occur soon - keep in mind working period between October/November 2018 and only one in February.
Fixed Fee: £2,500
Travel, accommodation and per diems are provided by Fuora Dance Project
For more information about the company, please visit https://fuoradanceproject.weebly.com/
Company Chameleon (UK)
Female, Closes: May 4, 2018 - published on Monday, 26 March, 2018
Company Chameleon is offering the exciting opportunity for an experienced Female Dancer to join our core artistic team from summer 2018, in a full-time salaried position with the Company. The successful applicant will be required to re-locate to Manchester (if not already residing in the city).
Applicants should have received training from a recognised school or conservatoire; we are looking for an experienced dance theatre artist with excellent contemporary technique and contact improvisational / partnering skills. Candidates must have at least two years' experience working in a professional touring dance company.
Extensive performance experience, familiarity and openness to different choreographic approaches and proficient teaching skills are all essential - this post will cover three main areas of responsibility:
- Rehearse and perform in Company repertoire (indoor venues / outdoor festivals)
- Assist Artistic Directors in choreographic/creative development of residencies/projects
- Actively engage in the delivery of learning and participation programmes
Whilst the role will primarily be working in the Company's home base of Manchester, the successful candidate will also be expected to tour nationally and internationally throughout the year - locations will vary depending on the Company's touring schedule and projects taking place at that time.
To apply please send all of the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- CV including Headshot / Images of previous work
- Video links of recent dance projects
Application Deadline: Friday 4 May 2018, 17:00
Audition: Saturday 19 May 2018 (by invitation only) Manchester
Interviews: Sunday 20 May 2018 (shortlisted candidates only)
Venue: Manchester, TBC
For further information about Company Chameleon please visit www.companychameleon.com If you have any questions about this position, please contact our office 0161 232 6082 / email@example.com
James Wilton Dance (UK)
Male and Female, Closes: April 1, 2018 - published on Thursday, 11 January, 2018
James Wilton Dance are looking for exceptional male and female dancers for the creation and touring of their new work ' The Storm' to premiere Autumn 2018. Audition date- 7th April in Eastbourne.
Candidates must have excellent floor and partner work skills, as well as a strong contemporary technique.
Applicants must have a minimum of two years professional experience.
Before applying please familiarise yourself with the companies style at www.jameswiltondance.org.uk. Here you can also find information on tour dates to see the company live, as well as information on workshops we are holding this Spring.
To apply please send: CV and a clear Highlight Reel to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not send any photographs.
Audition is by invitation only. Unfortunately we are only able to contact successful applicants.
Salary: Paid, above equity minimum. Autumn contract will be for a minimum of 15 weeks, plus further touring into 2019. Contract to start July 2018.
Deadline for application: 1st April