Outdoor Puppetry and Performance Art Spectacles
The Audience Services Manager is responsible for overseeing all audience related components during performances. • Attend all required production meetings and communicate progress and needs to Production Manager. • Arrive at the park by 4:00 pm performance and dress rehearsal evenings. • Engage with Director, Site Coordinator, Usher Coordinator, Parking Coordinator, Merchandise Coordinator, Hungry Ghost Coordinator, Skull Counter, Stage Manager, ADA Services Providers, Patrons, and community volunteers to coordinate all Front of House logistics during each scheduled performance. • Document nightly audience count, merchandise tent sales, gate collection money, skull counter data, car count, bike count, performance start and stop times, accessible parking numbers, details on any and all incidents or issues, and other info as needed. • Assure Usher coordinator, assistant usher coordinator, merch tent coordinator, counters, parking coordinator, assistant parking coordinator, gate volunteer, band arrive on time and have what they need to be successful. Time commitment 01 October 2017 to 15 November 2017
Tabloid layout, poster, postcards Position Description The Graphic Designer is responsible for creating the digital layout of all promotional materials for the Halloween Show. Time commitment 15 September 2017 to 01 November 2017
The Parking Coordinator manages the parking set-up, parking during nightly performances, and breakdown of parking signs, fencing, coordinating with Audience Services Manager and Site Manager. Time commitment October 20 – November 1st
The Lighting Designer designs the lighting plot and manages the lighting board for the production. It is their responsibility to procure and return lighting equipment, and manage setup and strike of the equipment for required rehearsals and all performances. The Lighting Designer supervises the Assistant Lighting Designer and volunteer lighting technicians, and coordinates with Fire and Flame effects. Time commitment 1 October 2017 to 5 November 2017
The Sound Engineer designs the soundscape and manages the sound board for the production. It is their responsibility to procure and return sound equipment, and manage setup and strike of the equipment for required rehearsals and all performances, working closely with the Music Director. Time commitment 20 August 2017 to 15 November 2017
Applications and Questions should be directed to: Contact [email protected] Mina Leierwood or Jesse Pollock-Foote
This activitity is funded, in part, by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund as appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.