Paid opportunity to develop audiences in Sheffield
Are you interested in theatre and arts in Sheffield? Do you have close ties to your local networks?
Utopia Theatre is looking for two Audience Development Ambassadors to come on board and help spread the word about our exciting upcoming project, Shadow In Different Shades.
We are looking for people who are passionate about theatre and the arts in Sheffield and want to work with us to build strong ties with individuals and communities throughout the city. Most of all we want to make lasting relationships with our Audience Development Ambassadors and work together to reach our target audience who may experience barriers preventing them from accessing our work.
A LITTLE MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT.
Shadow In Different Shades is a new play by writer Oladipo Agboluaje, developed in partnership with Utopia Theatre Company.
Inspired by Moji Kareem’s life and that of her mother and daughter, the piece deals with what it is like to be a daughter and a mother; a story of migration an shifting identity. ‘Shadow In Different Shades’ is a compelling and thought-provoking tale of dreams and broken promises, of hope, optimism and resilience in the face of harrowing circumstances. The play will address a whole range of issues including; love, loss, struggle with self and the relationship between religion and mental health, the position of women in society, religious freedom, miscarriage and female genital mutilation. Nigerian music will play a vital role in the play.
A reading of this play will be given at The Crucible Sheffield on 24th May 2018.
If your interested you need to attend a meeting with Artistic Director Moji Karee on 21st March, 2018 where she will give you all the information you need to get started
INTERESTED IN APPLYING.
Sounds like something you would like to be involved in? The application process is simple, and you don’t have to have worked professionally in theatre before. Just answer the following questions and send over your response alongside your Cv.
What is the last thing you saw in a theatre that you really enjoyed, and why?
What is the first thing you’d do to start developing audiences in your community and in your networks?
Please remember to include your name, contact details and post code on your responses, please try an keep them to a maximum of 2 sides of A4.
To apply please email Atristic Director, Moji Kareem on firstname.lastname@example.org attatching the responses to your questions and your CV.
If you have any questions at all, please feel free to email Moji on the address above or give us a call on 07584 243464.
We look forward to hearing from you.