Sound Designers

We are looking to hire several sound designers, in order to round out the staffs for the 2020-21 Season.

Sound Design for Plays:

  • Must have prior experience designing sound for theatre.  - Experience should be reflected in submitted resume.
  • Possible candidates will be capable of designing and implementing sound effects required for the show.
  • The sound designer should have evening and weekend availability during the one week technical rehearsal process.  (They are not needed to run the show for performances.)
  • The designer would preferably be available to attend periodic 45-60 minute long work week meetings.
  • All design work and other preparation would not need to be done at theatre, but designers must be able to meet deadlines and exhibit their progress periodically.
  • Sound designers are contracted on a per show basis.  The total hours of work and corresponding compensation hinge on the design needs of the show.  Sound design needs for our productions range from a couple hours of research and prep work to many hours of research, prep, and building complex cues.
  • Stipend and programming needs will be discussed with all applicants whose resume shows adequate experience.

Sound Design/Technician for Musicals:

  • Must have prior experience mixing live performances that includes multiple microphones that reinforce sound of vocal and musical performers.  - Experience should be reflected in submitted resume.
  • Possible candidates will be capable of designing and implementing sound effects required for the show.  Alternately we might separate the role of sound designer and technician, in which case one person would design sound cues for the show and one person would run microphones and mix the sound for the live performances.
  • The sound designer/technician should have evening and weekend availability during the one week technical rehearsal process.  The sound technician must be available for the entire performance run of the show.
  • The designer would preferably be available to attend periodic 45-60 minute long work week meetings.
  • All design work and other preparation would not need to be done at theatre, but designers must be able to meet deadlines and exhibit their progress periodically.
  • Sound designers/technicians are contracted on a per show basis.  The total hours of work and corresponding compensation hinge on the design needs of the show.  Sound design needs for our productions range from a couple hours of research and prep work to many hours of research, prep, and building complex cues.
  • Stipend and programming needs will be discussed with all applicants whose resume shows adequate experience.

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