Tech Applications for the Cedar Street Players
2023 Holiday Production
A Christmas Carol
Applications due September 15th by 11:59pm
Cedar Street Players is the community theatre wing of Ozark Actors Theatre
All acting roles are volunteer positions
Tech positions are listed below as paid or volunteer
Ozark Actors Theatre is seeking Tech Crew and Designers for its 2023 Production of A Christmas Carol
You can submit your application for any of the paid or volunteer positions until Friday, September 15 at 11:59pm. We will be inviting adults and youth ages 13+ for various positions. For this production, we are committed to reflecting the diversity of our community both off and on stage. Artists of all ethnicities, gender identities, backgrounds, and abilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
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For this production, we are committed to reflecting the diversity of our community both off and on stage. Performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, backgrounds, and abilities are strongly encouraged to audition.
Please note, the role of Ebenezer Scrooge has already been cast. All other roles are available.
This is a community theatre production. All roles are volunteer positions.
About the Show:
About the show: In the local stage adaptation by playwrights Daniel Goff and Daniel Reardon, "A Christmas Carol" takes on vibrant new life. Ebenezer Scrooge, the miserly protagonist, is visited on Christmas Eve by the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Yet to Come. Goff and Reardon's creative reimagining infuses fresh energy into the timeless story, and this year, their script will be new and improved with more music and dance, and the production will be getting a fresh look with new costumes and improved sets and technical elements. Last year, audiences were enchanted by Scrooge's transformation, and as A Christmas Carol becomes part of Rolla's annual Christmas traditions, it will remain a powerful reminder of the importance of love, compassion, and second chances.
Paid Positions Available:
Choreographer - ($200 stipend) - this person is responsible for choreographing and teaching all dances as well as assisting with some creative staging.
Costume Designer - ($400 stipend) - this person is responsible for adapting the original costume design by Zachary Phelps as well as coordinating costumes for the rest of the cast.
Lighting Designer - ($400 stipend) - this person is responsible for the design, installation, and operation of the lighting and special electrical effects used in the production.
Props Master - ($400 stipend) - this person is responsible for finding, creating, purchasing, or borrowing all props and set dressing used in the production.
Special Effects/Puppet Designer - ($200 stipend) - this person is responsible for the design and creation of the special effects surrounding Jacob Marley and The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Be
Stage Manager - ($400 stipend) - this person is responsible for attending all rehearsals, taking attendance, taking blocking and production notes, assisting with rehearsal as necessary, and running the backstage or calling the show at all performances.
Volunteer Positions Available:
Light board operator
Spot light operators
Set/prop run crew
Sound board assistants
Stage manager assistant
How to Apply:
Follow this link to fill out the application form, and attach a resume or work samples, if you have them available!
The Cedar Street Players encourages anyone who is interested to audition and is always eager to welcome new faces and fresh talent to its stage. The Cedar Street Players has a non-discrimination casting policy, open to members of all races, sexes, creeds, orientations, and abilities. We encourage members of diverse backgrounds and abilities to audition for our productions.