ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER
This placement opportunity will suit a newly graduate from theatre and performing arts or a non-graduate aspiring theatre maker hoping to gain experience in self-producing, directing, stage craft.
You will be involved with the remount of On The Line for its run at Camden People Theatre. Learning on the job, you will be part of a small professional team, responding to the Stage Manager and Director and be actively involved with the project from rehearsals to shows.
Odd Eyes Theatre aims to offer learning opportunities based on learners’ requirements. We will design the role according to the candidates’ needs and aspirations.
We are an inclusive company.
Deadline for applications: 21 October
Rehearsal dates: 7 – 25 November
29 November to 3 December – Camden People’s Theatre
Additional dates / venues to be announced.
Please send your CV and a cover letter indicating why you feel this role would suit your abilities and what you would like to gain from working on the production.
Read about the play: On The Line
For further information, contact [email protected]
When inner city teenagers Tia and Kai find themselves living it up in their rich schoolmate’s mansion, they think their day can’t get any better… Until a priceless fishing fly mysteriously vanishes, leading to home truths being revealed and friendships stretched to breaking point.
Talking directly to the audience, Kai and Tia, sixteen recall the events of their out-of-the-ordinary day spent at the Kardashian-like villa of their rich school mate Sienna. The day started off with a bang: gym, private cinema, a walk-in wardrobe to ‘dress the part’ and even a swimming pool, all fuelled by cocktails, home-grown weed and the best UK Drill soundtrack. But when Sienna’s father came back to find his daughter drunk and his collectible fishing fly missing, the adventure took a bleak turn, putting their friendship at stake.
ON THE LINE is a fast-paced play which looks at the complexity of growing up in today’s Britain. The script has been developed by Emilia Teglia through workshops with young people in Camden since 2020 with public sharing in January 2022 at Barons Court Theatre, Tower Theatre and secondary schools in London.