Company One

539 Tremont St. Studio 202
Boston, MA 02116
www.companyone.org
info@companyone.org

Date Posted:
November 05, 2018

Region:
Eastern Massachusetts

Category:
Artistic/Programming

Type:
Part-Time

Movement Coach / Choreographer

Description:

Company One Theatre seeks candidates for the position of MOVEMENT COACH/CHOREOGRAPHER for their production of MISS YOU LIKE HELL, book by Quiara Alegría Hudes and music and lyrics by Erin McKeown, to be directed by Summer L. Williams, in collaboration with the American Repertory Theatre at Oberon.


Rehearsals begin in November. Tech will begin January 5, 2019, with opening January 12. All rehearsals & meetings are weeknights and weekend days.



ABOUT US

Company One Theatre’s mission is to build community at the intersection of art and social change. Our vision is a Boston defined by justice, equity, and artistic innovation.

Learn more about us:http://www.companyone.org/about-us/

Qualifications:

As this production is not dance heavy, experience choreographing movement (as opposed to dance) for plays and/or musicals is required. Please outline such experience in your cover letter.


Candidates from diverse backgrounds and/or traditionally under-represented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. Boston based candidates or those who have their own housing/transportation in the Boston-area only.

How To Apply:

Please submit your cover letter and resume to Sarah Cohan, HR Manager, at employment@companyone.org.

Apply by:
November 19, 2018
Salary:
Stipend
About this Organization:

MISSION:
Company One Theatre builds community at the intersection of art and social change.


VISION:
A Boston defined by justice, equity, and artistic innovation.


MANIFESTO:
Welcome to our community, where every audience member, artist, student, and supporter has the opportunity to fight for social justice. At C1…

  • We strive to create intentional, authentic theatrical experiences that uniquely integrate content, style, space, and community.
  • We amplify new stories and adventurous theatrical forms to define what’s next in the American theatre.
  • We focus on growing our students’ authority, voice, and point of view, while developing artists into the next generation of change-makers.
  • Our work is responsive to what’s happening in our city, nation, and world.
  • We work towards justice by challenging inequity and oppressive systems.
  • Innovation, forward thinking, and collaboration lead the way.
  • We center our work on reciprocal relationships with community partners.
  • Representation is an act of social justice.
  • Our growth is motivated by questioning the status quo, internally and externally.
  • We strive for artistic excellence as defined by our collective community.