Nantucket Dreamland Foundation

PO Box 989
Nantucket, MA 02554
www.nantucketdreamland.org

Date Posted:
October 29, 2018

Region:
Cape/Islands

Category:
Artistic/Programming

Type:
Seasonal

Choreographer/Teaching Artist

Description:
Seeking a highly trained and skilled choreographer with a background in musical theatre and education, along with experience teaching children ages 8-18 musical theatre to choreograph our upcoming production of Peter Pan Jr. Rehearsal and performance period - January 2-February 18th.
Qualifications:

 Ideal candidates will have undergraduate degrees or above in theatre, art, music, dance, education, and/or related fields. Certified teachers are a plus. Strong consideration will absolutely be given, however, to individuals who have not completed a degree or who have a degree in an unrelated area, but who have a significant level of experience in one of the above mentioned fields. Candidates must minimally have a high school diploma and experience working with children. Candidate must co-create and implement simple yet artful choreography and teach it to beginner through advanced students. A passion for theater and for kids is essential as well as the enthusiasm to be in a co-creative role with the director. A deep commitment to manifest a strong creative vision and ability to raise the performance bar for all involved. The Dreamland Stage Company is committed to building relationships with like-minded artists who will remain in our creative orbit.


Experience in any of the following diverse dance genres such as: modern, jazz, ballet, hip-hop, African, folk or Latin a plus. 


How To Apply:
Interested candidates should submit cover letter, picture and resume and video sample of work tolaura@nantucketdreamland.org . In addition, we ask for three references with whom you have worked who may speak to your creative and educational process with young people. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. 
Apply by:
November 15, 2018
Salary:
Stipend, travel, housing
About this Organization:
The Nantucket Dreamland opened in 2012 with a mission to enrich the cultural and intellectual life of Nantucket by providing year-round films, educational programs, and a venue for community activities that engage Nantucket in the evolving world of entertainment and education. The Dreamland shows first-run films, offers film-related programming, and provides children’s theater education programs for both the summer and year-round community. Additionally, the Dreamland makes its facilities available to rent for use by local groups, nonprofits, and individuals.