Hampshire Shakespeare Company

650 East Pleasant Street
Amherst, MA 01002
www.hampshireshakespeare.com
hampshire.shakespeare.company@gmail.com

Date Posted:
December 03, 2018

Region:
Western Massachusetts

Category:
Artistic/Programming

Type:
Volunteer

Outdoor Theatre Director

Description:

Looking for directors! Hampshire Shakespeare Company is still looking for directors to help shape our summer 2019 season of Shakespeare Under the Stars! We are specifically seeking proposals for the eight plays below and will select our season based on the proposals we receive.


The plays in consideration are:

- Henry V

- Love’s Labor’s Lost

- Measure for Measure

- Richard III
- The Taming of the Shrew
- Timon of Athens
- The Tempest
- The Winter’s Tale
Qualifications:
The Director is the creator and enactor of the artistic vision of the production they direct and will be a collaborative center point for the success of the play. We want a director who is passionate about their work, so choose plays that really excite you! Interested in multiple plays? Feel free to submit proposals for up to three plays. Have a dream to direct something not on this list? Submit your proposal for it anyway! We will consider every proposal we receive.
How To Apply:

What’s in a proposal? A proposal by any other name would smell as sweet. What we want is to hear your vision for the show and why this play speaks to you. Just a few paragraphs will do. Have some drawings? We’ll look at those, too!


While the priority deadline has passed, we are still accepting proposals on a rolling basis until 12/31. Send your proposal to hampshire.shakespeare.company@gmail.com. While we are a community theatre, we do offer a small stipend to most staff.

Apply by:
December 31, 2018
About this Organization:

Our mission is to develop and maintain a diverse, mutually supportive core community of artists that draws from and gives to the greater Pioneer Valley community. With a focus on the understanding of text, we empower artists and audiences to engage with Shakespeare and related works through outdoor and indoor performance, education, and outreach.