Job Types: Production

SOUND SUPERVISOR

Theatre SilCo is an Equity theatre in Silverthorne, Colorado currently accepting applications for a Seasonal Assistant Technical Director for the 2023 Summer Season. Productions include: Ken Ludwig’s Moriarty: A New Sherlock Holmes Mystery, The Amish Project, and The Legend of Georgia McBride.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Oversee implementation, operation, and maintenance of all audio needs for the summer season in a number of venues. Ensure sound designs/plots are executed as required per discussions with the artistic staff  and designers. Each design is to be ready, loaded in, and reflect high artistic quality and professional attention to detail. All sound designs must be maintained throughout the production run. Any sound notes needed during the course of the production are to be administered before the next scheduled performance.

DEPARTMENT SUPERVISION: The Sound Supervisor will report to the Production Manager, Technical Director, and Sound Designer. The Sound Supervisor will supervise Production Apprentice during the contract dates and any job responsibilities or design work on special events as assigned to the apprentice. Working with the rest of the production staff, Sound Supervisor will ensure all sound requirements for each production/event meets all technical specifications per discussions with the artistic staff, as well as overseeing sound maintenance throughout the course of the run. 

TECHNICAL PROCESS: Sound Supervisor must be present and perform required duties at rehearsals and performances to the satisfaction of artistic staff and production stage manager. During tech week and through the run of the productions.

MAINTENANCE: Supervise maintenance of all sound equipment, including speakers, consoles, microphones, body pack mics/receivers, and any other show-related equipment. Coordinate repairs or replacement as needed. 

STRIKE / CHANGEOVER: Plan and oversee all sound strikes and changeovers of productions and special events. 

YOUTH THEATRE: Theatre SilCo also produces theatre for young actors in a workshop environment throughout the summer, on the outdoor stage. The Sound Supervisor will be responsible for training an Apprentice to live mix and run the performances for these productions.

QUALIFICATIONS: BFA or BA  in technical theatre, sound design, or equivalent work experience. Working knowledge of theatrical sound systems required. Experience with Behringer X-32 digital consoles, console programming experience, live mixing experience required. Some design experience is preferred. Must display a positive attitude with a focus on people and community. Demonstrate professional conduct at all times. Strong leadership skills. Comfortable working with both hired crew and volunteers of varying experience and abilities. Proficient oral and written communication skills. Ability to decipher sound plots, elevations, ground plans, and other design elements handwritten or via technology like VectorWorks, etc.

PHYSICAL DEMAND: This job requires climbing stairs, using ladders, and scissor lifts. There is also a certain amount of lifting and carrying of weights of up to approximately 50 lbs.

DATES AND INFO:
Contract Start Date: May 19, 2024
Contract End Date: September 16, 2024
$700-$800/wk DOE
Housing and Travel provided
Ability to bring vehicle a plus

TO APPLY: Letter of interest, resume, website/portfolio links – Please send all application materials to: Whitney Carter, Production/Company Manager, whitney@thesilco.org   (Please include SOUND SUPERVISOR in the subject line)

PROPS SUPERVISOR

Theatre SilCo is an Equity theatre in Silverthorne, Colorado currently accepting applications for a Seasonal Props Supervisor for the 2024 Summer Season. Productions include: Ken Ludwig’s Moriarty: A New Sherlock Holmes Mystery, The Amish Project, and The Legend of Georgia McBride.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Props Supervisor will oversee all props needs including rehearsal prop requisition, performance prop construction/rental, creating properties tracking sheets, in-performance prop tracking, props stock inventory and maintenance. 

DEPARTMENT SUPERVISION: The Props Supervisor will report to the Production Manager and Technical Director. Working with the rest of the production staff, Props Supervisor will ensure all requirements for each production/event meets all technical specifications per discussions with the artistic staff, as well as overseeing prop maintenance throughout the course of the runs. 

TECHNICAL PROCESS: Props Supervisor must be present and perform required duties at rehearsals and performances to the satisfaction of artistic staff. During tech week and through the run of the productions, Props Supervisor will supervise prop tracking and maintenance for the production.

BUDGETS: Track expenditures for the properties department as well as supervise/execute purchases on company accounts and cards of props materials, theatrical supplies, furniture, repairs/replacements, etc.

MAINTENANCE: Supervise and execute maintenance of all props and related equipment, including crafting tools, power tools, consumables, and any other show-related items or equipment. Coordinate repairs or replacement as needed. 

STRIKE / CHANGEOVER: Plan and oversee all prop strikes and changeovers of productions and special events. 

QUALIFICATIONS: BFA or BA in technical theatre, properties design, or equivalent work experience. Props construction, rental, and requisition experience. Some design experience is preferred. Must display a positive attitude with a focus on people and community. Demonstrate professional conduct at all times. Strong leadership skills. Comfortable working with both hired crew and volunteers of varying experience and abilities. Proficient oral and written communication skills. Ability to decipher property plots/tracking, elevations, ground plans, and other design elements handwritten or via software technologies.

PHYSICAL DEMAND: This job requires climbing stairs, using ladders, and power tools. There is also a certain amount of lifting and carrying up to 50 lbs.

DATES AND INFO:
Contract Start Date: May 19, 2024
Contract End Date: September 16, 2024
$650-$750/wk DOE
Housing and Travel provided
Ability to bring vehicle a plus

TO APPLY: Letter of interest, resume, website/portfolio links – Please send all application materials to: Whitney Carter, Production/Company Manager, whitney@thesilco.org  (Please include PROPS SUPERVISOR in the subject line)

MASTER ELECTRICIAN

Theatre SilCo is an Equity theatre in Silverthorne, Colorado currently accepting applications for a Seasonal Master Electrician for the 2024 Summer Season. Productions include: Ken Ludwig’s Moriarty: A New Sherlock Holmes Mystery, The Amish Project, and The Legend of Georgia McBride.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Oversee and participate in all hang/focus/electrics needs for the summer season in a number of venues. Ensure lighting designs/plots are executed as required per discussions with the artistic staff and designers. Each plot is to be ready and loaded in to reflect high artistic quality and professional attention to detail. All lighting plots must be maintained throughout the production run. Any focus notes needed during the course of the production are to be administered before the next scheduled performance.

DEPARTMENT SUPERVISION: The Master Electrician will report to the Production Manager, Technical Director, and Lighting Designer. The ME will supervise the Production Apprentices during the contract dates and any job responsibilities or design work on special events as assigned to the apprentice. Working with the rest of the production staff, ME will ensure all lighting requirements for each production/event meets all technical specifications per discussions with the artistic staff, as well as overseeing lighting plot maintenance throughout the course of the run. 

TECHNICAL PROCESS: Master Electrician must be present and perform required duties at rehearsals and performances to the satisfaction of artistic staff. During tech week and through the run of the productions, ME will operate the light board and otherwise execute necessary duties on the crew as assigned by the Production Stage Manager.

MAINTENANCE: Supervise maintenance of all lighting equipment, including lights, dimmers, light boards, tools, spotlights and any other show-related equipment. Coordinate repairs or replacement as needed. 

STRIKE / CHANGEOVER: Plan and oversee all lighting strikes and changeovers of productions and special events. 

QUALIFICATIONS: BFA or BA in technical theatre, lighting design, or equivalent work experience. Working knowledge of theatrical lighting systems, experience with ETC ION console, console programming, hang/focus experience required. Some design experience is preferred. Must display a positive attitude with a focus on people and community. Demonstrate professional conduct at all times. Strong leadership skills. Comfortable working with both hired crew and volunteers of varying experience and abilities. Proficient oral and written communication skills. Ability to decipher lighting plots, elevations, ground plans, and other design elements handwritten or via technology like VectorWorks, etc.

PHYSICAL DEMAND: This job requires climbing stairs, using ladders, scissor lifts, and power tools. There is also a certain amount of lifting and carrying of up to 50 lbs.

DATES AND INFO:
Contract Start Date: May 19, 2024
Contract End Date: September 16, 2024
$600-$700/wk DOE
Housing and Travel provided
Ability to bring vehicle a plus

TO APPLY: Letter of interest, resume, website/portfolio links – Please send all application materials to: Whitney Carter, Production/Company Manager, whitney@thesilco.org (Please include MASTER ELECTRICIAN in the subject line)

SHOP CARPENTER

Theatre SilCo is an Equity theatre in Silverthorne, Colorado currently accepting applications for a Seasonal Shop Carpenter for the 2024 Summer Season. Productions include: Ken Ludwig’s Moriarty: A New Sherlock Holmes Mystery, The Amish Project, and The Legend of Georgia McBride.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Build all scenic elements for production. The shop carp will ensure sets are built, painted, and finished as per direction from the Technical Director, Assistant Technical Director or other Artistic Team representative. Each set is to be ready and loaded in accordance with the production calendar and should reflect high artistic quality and professional attention to detail. All sets must be maintained throughout the production run. Any repairs needed during the course of a production are to be administered before the next scheduled performance.

TECHNICAL PROCESS: The shop carpenter must coordinate with the Technical Director and ATD to attend any technical rehearsals which they may be required to attend. During technical rehearsals and performances, the shop carpenter will be in attendance for load-in and strike and must execute all necessary duties to ensure a safe and timely setup of all technical elements.

MAINTENANCE: Aide in the maintenance and daily storage of all theatre equipment, including tools, turntable, and any other show-related equipment. Communicate the need for repairs or replacement as soon as possible to the TD and ATD. Maintain the shop, backstage areas, scenic storage, etc. in a neat and orderly fashion. Assist in the storage and maintenance of properties, set pieces, furnishings, and all technical equipment concerning load-in/strike, special events, workshops and other coordinated events.

QUALIFICATIONS: Strong carpentry skills and experience in construction for theatre, scenic painting skills a plus. Must maintain a safe working environment at all times. Display a positive attitude with a focus on people and community. Must demonstrate professional conduct at all times. Comfortable working with both hired crew and volunteers of varying experience and abilities. Proficient oral and written communication skills. Ability to decipher drafting plates, elevations, ground plans, and other design elements. Must be able to work independently or lead a team of apprentices.

PHYSICAL DEMAND: This job requires climbing stairs, using ladders, scissor lifts, and power tools. Must be able to correctly and safely operate shop tools, saws, drills, and other machinery. Ability to lift up to 40 lbs. Ability to stand for long hours and work at height (up to 20’). 

DATES AND INFO:
Contract Start Date: May 19, 2024
Contract End Date: August 26, 2024
$600-$700/wk DOE
Housing and Travel provided
Ability to bring vehicle a plus

TO APPLY: Letter of interest, resume, website/portfolio links – Please send all application materials to: Whitney Carter, Production/Company Manager, whitney@thesilco.org  Kaden Reynard, Technical Director, kaden@thesilco.org  (Please include SHOP CARPENTER in the subject line)

ASSISTANT TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

Theatre SilCo is an Equity theatre in Silverthorne, Colorado currently accepting applications for a Seasonal Assistant Technical Director (ATD) for the 2024 Summer Season. Productions include: Ken Ludwig’s Moriarty: A New Sherlock Holmes Mystery, The Amish Project, and The Legend of Georgia McBride.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Build and oversee all scenic elements for production. The ATD will ensure sets are built, painted, and finished as per direction from the Technical Director or other Artistic Team representative. Each set is to be ready and loaded in accordance with the production calendar and should reflect high artistic quality and professional attention to detail. All sets must be maintained throughout the production run. Any repairs needed during the course of a production are to be administered before the next scheduled performance.

TECHNICAL PROCESS: The ATD must coordinate with the Technical Director to supervise/attend any technical rehearsals which they may be required to attend. During technical rehearsals and performances, the ATD will be in attendance for load-in and strike and must supervise/execute all necessary duties to ensure a safe and timely setup of all technical elements.

MAINTENANCE: Supervise maintenance of all theatre equipment, including tools, sound and light boards, spotlights, turntable, and any other show-related equipment. Coordinate repairs or replacement as needed. Maintain the shop, backstage areas, scenic storage, etc. in a neat and orderly fashion. Facilitate the storage and maintenance of properties, set pieces, furnishings, and all technical equipment concerning load-in/strike, special events, workshops and other coordinated events.

QUALIFICATIONS: Strong carpentry skills and experience in construction for theatre, scenic painting skills a plus. Must maintain a safe working environment at all times. Display a positive attitude with a focus on people and community. Must demonstrate professional conduct at all times. Comfortable working with both hired crew and volunteers of varying experience and abilities. Proficient oral and written communication skills. Ability to decipher drafting plates, elevations, ground plans, and other design elements. Must be able to work independently. Must have strong leadership skills and ability to lead carpentry crew during build, load-in, strike, and assist in training backstage crew in safe stage operations.

PHYSICAL DEMAND: This job requires climbing stairs, using ladders, scissor lifts, and power tools. Must be able to correctly and safely operate shop tools, saws, drills, and other machinery. Ability to lift up to 40 lbs. Ability to stand for long hours and work at height (up to 20’). 

DATES AND INFO:
Contract Start Date: May 19, 2024
Contract End Date: September 16, 2024
$700-$800/wk DOE
Housing and Travel provided
Ability to bring vehicle a plus

TO APPLY: Letter of interest, resume, website/portfolio links – Please send all application materials to: Whitney Carter, Production/Company Manager, whitney@thesilco.org Kaden Reynard, Technical Director, kaden@thesilco.org (Please include ASSISTANT TECHNICAL DIRECTOR in the subject line)