Opportunities!

Female Welsh Performer 50+

We are looking for someone driven, passionate and collaborative, who is willing to commit to the project on a sessional basis (week residencies and festival/performances).

 

Essential qualities:

  • Experience of devising and working with dance/movement and text.

  • Memorisation of set material

  • Professional or semi-professional background

  • Flexibility and adaptability to working with artists of different disciplines

  • Fluent in Welsh

 

Desirable qualities:

  • Experience running arts workshops and working with communities

  • Prior experience of site-specific or site-responsive work

The candidate would need to be available the week of 21-27 August for a residency week in Swansea with performances in Cardiff. The daily rate would be £100/day (approximately 5 days work). Hours/work days and travel to be discussed according to availability and demands of the project. There are particular dates for future performances rather than extended touring period dates, and therefore the position would be sessional. Please send us your CV with a short statement (250-500 words) describing why you would like to be involved in the project by 5pm on 25 July. You are welcome to send us samples of your previous work or video links supporting your application. Interviews will be held on the week commencing 7 August. Please contact Thania Acarón, co-artistic director for Orphaned Limbs Collective, for further information: orphanedlimbs@gmail.com, mobile 07787034072.

Performance Technician

We are looking for an all-rounder (sound, lighting and stage management) who is driven, team-focused, creative and collaborative.

Desirable qualities: Experience of working with dance and aerial harness

Essential qualities: Working knowledge of QLab or compatible platform

 

Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Liaising with artists for all technical requirements including sound-checks, programming, lighting and specific staging requirements.

  • Preparing lighting plan, cue list and refining current lighting design for ‘when in roam’.

  • Setting staging elements and assisting with aerial rigging. Some working at height and manual handling is required.

  • Liaising with technical staff of venues when relevant.

  • Power-down and pre-close safety checks.

  • Maintaining back-ups of all lighting & sound cues and settings.

The candidate would need to be available the week of 21-27 August for a residency week in Swansea with performances in Cardiff. The daily rate would be £100/day (approximately 3-5 days work). Hours/work days and travel to be discussed according to availability and demands of the project. There are particular dates for future performances rather than extended touring period dates, and therefore the position would be sessional. Please send us your CV with a short statement (250-500 words) describing why you would like to be involved in the project by 5pm on 25 July. You are welcome to send us samples of your previous work or video links supporting your application. Interviews will be held on the week commencing 7 August. Please contact Thania Acarón, co-artistic director for Orphaned Limbs Collective, for further information: orphanedlimbs@gmail.com, mobile 07787034072.

As we are preparing to tour in Wales, we are looking for new collaborators. Check out the descriptions below to see if you'd like to join us!

Orphaned Limbs Collective is looking for a South Wales-based performer (female, 50+), and a performance technician to collaborate with. The candidates would ideally be willing to join us during research and development stages as well as touring the project with us in late 2017-18 (dates to be discussed).

              

Our project, ‘when in roam’, involves dance, physical theatre, aerial harness, music composition and video projection. It has been developed over seven sites in Wales, Scotland, Madrid and Puerto Rico, will be finalising development in August 2017 and launching touring in Wales in late 2017-18. For more information on the project and its trajectory, please visit this link: when in roam