Master Stage Carpenter

Master Stage Carpenter

CATEGORY: Technical

Ogunquit Playhouse
Ogunquit, ME 03907
US

CONTACT NAME

Brian Swasey

Job Details

DESCRIPTION

Ogunquit Playhouse, Ogunquit, Maine seeks an experienced MASTER STAGE CARPENTER for our 6-production 2019 Mainstage Season. Approximate dates of employment: April – November, 2019.

Ideal Candidate: Must be detail-oriented and remain focused in a fast paced working environment. Successful candidates will have high-level carpentry skills, fast-paced problem-solving abilities, and demonstrate proficiency in the safe operation of power tools, scenic carpentry, theatrical rigging, and stage operations.

Job Duties/Expectations include (but are not limited to):

-Work with Stage Manager and Production Manager to run and maintain back-stage areas during each show, including technical rehearsals, performances, and events

-Act as a liaison between management and run crew, relaying call times and ensuring team efficiency

-Maintain scenery, rigging, stage equipment, fly rail, and carpentry repairs

-Must have experience with single-purchase counterweight fly system

-Must be comfortable working at heights and able to lift and carry 50 pounds

-Provide additional scenic construction support as necessary

-Possess flexibility and positive backstage demeanor working with actors and other crew

-Run each performance (8 shows/week)

-Assist in rehearsals and load-in/strike as necessary

-Additional experience in automated rigging control, deck automation, and hydraulics is desirable

Salary and housing included.

Please send letter, resume and references to Brian Swasey, Associate Producer, at production@ogunquitplayhouse.org. Please include 2019 MASTER STAGE CARPENTER in the subject line.

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