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Production: 'Trust No One' (See all 7 roles)

Production Assistant

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Casting understudies for "Trust No One," a comedy thriller stage play about two best friends, a gay man and straight woman, who fall for the same guy -- a food delivery man with a...more

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Seeking

Males & Females, ages 18-64, All Ethnicities

Role Description

Production Assistant: must be available for Sunday rehearsal’s from 1-5pm and possibly longer on some Sunday’s for approximately 5 months; must also be flexible to conduct task through out the week at times. Duties will include but not limited to attending production meetings, managing the marketing of the play across social media;
creating a website to market the play; emailing previous and potential audience members; assisting with creating and distributing fliers, and playbills; researching and contacting photographers. makeup artists, etc. to assist with production; organizing accommodation for cast and crew; organizing and distributing scripts, schedules, call sheets, and contracts; assisting cast members, and at times running errands for them; running errands between the production office and other departments; dealing with accounts and expenses; keeping on book during rehearsals; preparing and distributing briefing notes; assisting with general office administration; booking studios, production equipment, and performances; liaising with a wide range of people; assist wherever needed on productions.

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Production assistant

Qualifications

Production Assistants must be flexible well organized, and be able to think on their feet. They should be able to relay messages quickly and accurately. They should have strong verbal and written communication skills and be able to take orders. They must be punctual and enthusiastic, and understand the importance of taking detailed notes and recording expenditure accurately. They should be levelheaded, and able to work calmly and effectively under pressure. They must also be able to contribute to good working relationships, and to creating a positive atmosphere on the production. They should have good secretarial skills, and be computer literate in standard word processor, spreadsheet and e-mail programs. They must also have the ability to work without supervision and have a willingness to learn.