Work with RoguePlay
JOB CALL: BOARD MEMBERS
Call Out for Board Members (voluntary)
RoguePlay Theatre produces work nationally and internationally, capturing new stories through stunning Aerial Circus, Acrobatics, Poetry and Dance. Our work plays with the marriage between Circus and Theatre, our workshops challenge young people, our classes are disability accessible and our well equipped Creation Centre is safe and affordable.
The Board meets every two months and plays an important and integral role in providing advice and support through their personal expertise and works alongside us promoting our work and the ethos of our Company.
We are currently seeking to increase and diversify the membership of our Board by engaging committed individuals with specific fields of expertise. We are particularly interested in hearing from anyone with a financial or accountancy background, experienced legal advisor and a suitable Chair.
We are keen to hear from people with passion who feels they have something to offer our constantly growing company
Application deadline: Ongoing
Further information about the role and how to apply
You must be over 16 years of age.
JOB CALL: MALE DANCER & PHYSICAL THEATRE PERFORMER
WHEN: June 2019 onwards
CONTRACT LENGTH: Freelance
WHERE: Birmingham, West Midlands with subsequent touring opportunities
MALE DANCER with STRONG PHYSICAL THEATRE skills.
RoguePlay have a busy year ahead and we require a male dancer with at least 2 years experience including physical theatre. The role is for our indoor show ‘3AM Waitress’, originally created in 2017, re-rehearsed in 2018 and performed at Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2018 with 5 star reviews. The piece is available for tour booking autumn 2019 and 2020 and will be performed at TILT Festival Birmingham on Friday July 19th.
About 3AM Waitress:
A 65 minute high energy dance theatre piece with an eclectic soundtrack, performance poetry and aerial silk. 3 a.m. Waitress is a haunting road movie soundtrack to loneliness, detachment and the brief moments that bring us back to life. Merging Physical Theatre and Dance with Aerial Circus, all held together by Performance Poetry, the piece explores the damage done by solitude, the tenderness of unexpected connections and the ultimate peace that comes when we accept the world as it is. We are never sure if what we are seeing is real, or a scene from a movie, whether it's the beginning of a story or the end. We know nothing about our waitress except that she seems to be stuck in the same place at the same time and if she stops, the world may stop too.
Further information available here: www.rogueplay.co.uk/3am-waitress