Dates: September 18 & 19, 2016
Show Times: TBA
Location: World Peace Theatre in Kawasaki ::CLICK HERE FOR MAP::
Student: 1500 yen
Adult: 3000 yen
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YTG is proud to announce its next show, Touch Me Not, a collaboration with Tarinainanika’s co-director and YTG associate artist Tania Coke.
Tania is working with YTG Ensemble members Andrew Woolner and Naoe Kawamoto to create the show in rehearsal. The final production will feature four performers, multimedia sequences, and live music. Some of the music will be composed by local composer Takuto Koide.
For more information about the play’s story, ::CLICK HERE::
For more information about the creators of the play, ::CLICK HERE::
We need volunteers for rehearsals and show days. To find out more ::CLICK HERE::
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Touch Me Not is continuing to sail through development, and we’re going to need some volunteers pretty soon.
PRINT DESIGNER / LAYOUT ARTIST
We have the graphics we need for the show, and we’ll soon have the programme contents. We need someone who can put it all together so we can send it to our printer.
STAGE MANAGER / ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER
You need top-flight organizational skills.
On this show, your job will be to keep running lists, coordinate who does what when, and make sure that everything happens as it should.
We need someone who can make it to rehearsals, which are typically held on Mondays and Fridays from 10:00 - 16:00 in Kawasaki.
For the rehearsal period, your primary job will be to assist the director in the rehearsal room, take notes, and coordinate with production team.
Come show week (September 10 - 19), you’ll be on the floor, making sure the show runs smoothly by keeping props, costumes, and set organized (or making sure the performers do), and possibly calling the sound and light cues as well.
BOX OFFICE MANAGER
No surprises here. You receive email and phone calls from audience members and manage their reservations and payments. On the day of the show, you run the front desk.
Obviously, you have to be available on the show nights (September 18 & 19) to do this position.
We need crew for setting up the theatre on September 17, and for resetting after the final show on September 19. We will also need an extra set of hands or two on show dates to make sure things run smoothly backstage.
We need several camera operators to handle the filming of the show. Having your own equipment is a plus, but we’re more in need to steady hands and keen eyes. Not a super hard job.
Come and join our team and be part of a challenging piece of modern theatre! Also, the more the merrier at the cast party after the final show!