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Production: Spicy Witch Productions 2014-15 Season (See both roles)

Writer-in-Residence

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Seeking directors and writers for Spicy Witch Productions 2014-15 season. Production states: "We are seeking female directors who are inspired by our mission and interested in buil...more

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Seeking

Female, ages 18+, All Ethnicities

Role Description

Writer-in-Residence: inspired by our mission and interested in building a new play through ensemble-based work, as a Writer-in-Residence you will join our ensemble starting Fall 2014, will be invited to any and all rehearsals for our season, will be given at minimum two rehearsals per month for workshopping with actors. Note: Script is to be completed by April 2015. Program intention is to support a young female writer in creating and producing original work inspired by classical themes and written for the ensemble it was created with. Spicy Witch Productions will provide support through ensemble building activities, supplying actors for readings, workshop space, feedback, and finally by mounting the production in full as a part of our 2015-2016 season in conjunction with a classical work. There will be no pay for this position, but actors and space will be provided, as well as the guarantee of the play production during our 2015-16 season.

Auditions

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Spicy Witch Production's Mission

To make theater that is a spring board for thought and conversation regarding societal and theatrical evolution. Spicy Witch Productions is committed to putting on professional and engaging performances in repertory: classical and contemporary pieces that explore the same story or theme. Focusing on females in theater, the shows may use gender-bending casting or slanted perspectives to highlight and/or question gender roles and traditional stories while allowing women to get onstage and play the male roles they've always wanted. The juxtaposition of contemporary pieces with classic pieces will act as a spring board for thought and conversation regarding societal and theatrical changes. With a love of New York that spreads well beyond Midtown, SWP strives to always bring audiences (and its actors) to theaters outside of the Theater District.