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'Anansi The Spider, Assistant Stage Manager'

'Anansi The Spider, Assistant Stage Manager'

  • Project Details
    Seeking an Assistant Stage Manager with extensive and demonstrable experience in a similar producing environment to join the team for Anansi The Spider production.

    Responsible to: Company Stage Manager/ Stage Manager on Book

    Responsible for: Assistant Stage Manager Placements

    Other Key Relationships: Technical Director, Production Manager, Deputy Production Manager, Resident Design Associate, Creative & Technical Teams

    About The Production:
    The greatest tales ever spun.
    Production states "People say that in a time long, long ago, animals walked on two feet and spoke with words, like we do. And back then it was known by everyone that the cleverest of all the animals in the kingdom was a spider – the infamous Anansi – the original trickster and the master spinner of yarns. But sometimes Anansi could be a little too clever for his own good."

    These classic West African and Caribbean tales about the spider hoaxster are brought vividly to life as our hit production returns, after its successful run in 2019.

    The company believes that all children deserve to have access to the arts, regardless of their circumstances and their mission is to transform young lives through theatre by:
    • Creating innovative and outstanding theatre for children aged up to 13 years.
    • Supporting artists to make work with ambition, integrity and hope.
    • Encouraging children to question and explore the world through stories; developing empathy, understanding and imagination.
    • Collaborating with children in schools and communities to inform our practice, and inspiring children to fulfil their potential through creative projects with inventive theatre-makers.
    • Extending our reach through online theatre experiences, national and international partnerships and subsidised tickets.
    • Recognising that climate action is vital to protecting children’s futures, and actively reducing our environmental impact on the planet.
    • Believing in equality, diversity and inclusion; we take action to advocate for, and promote the rights of children.
  • Production Type
  • Production Type
    General Staff + Crew
  • Union Status
    Non Union
  • Location
  • Dates & Location
    Runs from 28 Dec - 25 Feb 2023. in London
  • Closing Date
    28th Nov 2022