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Master Cutter/Draper

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DEPARTMENT: Playhouse

REPORTS TO: Costumer Shop Manager

REQUIREMENTS: Minimum Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience in the field; minimum 3 years practical experience as a Cutter/Draper in a professional setting; minimum 5 years of professional garment construction experience or equivalent; and a thorough knowledge of garment construction techniques, work-room industry standards and safety protocol.

PRIMARY FUNCTION:  Creates the patterns and supervises construction of garments as designed by the Costume Designer. Fits and oversees alterations and reworking of built, rented and pulled garments, as assigned. Maintain quality control and work-room industry standards and safety protocol. Mentor students in all aspects of garment construction, quality control, industry standards and safety protocol.

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  1. Sets the standards for garment construction in the workroom, and oversees quality control and consistency of construction while maintaining a safe work environment.
  2. Creates and/or oversees the creation of patterns by draping or flat patterning for individual garments.
  3. Supervises and participates in the cutting, mock up, stitching and fitting of all costumes.
  4. Supervises and advises students on methodologies for made-to-order garments and alterations with clear and specific instructions.
  5. Assists Costume Studio Manager with the evaluation of students' strengths and level of experience to help in the development of educational growth.
  6. Works closely with the Costume Shop Manager to estimate time and materials needed for each project while developing methods and techniques to achieve goals and adhere to deadlines.
  7. In consultation with the Costume Designer and Costume Shop Manager discusses costumes and how they are to be constructed.
  8. Researches the period, style and techniques necessary to complete the costumes, working with the Costume Designer and the Designer's renderings.
  9. Maintain operational knowledge for multiple studio machines (sewing, industrial sewing, cover-lock, over-lock, walking foot, blind hem) tools, (scissors, rotary cutter, electronic sheers, distressing equipment, etc.) and equipment (dye vat, distressing tumbler, industrial iron and steam generator).
  10. Attend fittings.
  11. Informs Costume Shop Manager of needed supplies and equipment maintenance and repair in a timely manner.
  12. Basic working knowledge of painting and dyeing techniques as it relates to fabric and stage garments for the theatre.
  13. Working knowledge of millinery, leather work, cobbling, jewelry techniques, corsetry, and distressing techniques as needed.
  14. Follows tech protocol.
  15. Attend technical rehearsals as needed.
  16. Attend production meetings as needed.
  17. Performs other duties as assigned by Costume Shop Manager.

Working Environment:  Occasional exposure to objectionable conditions or variations such as those found in variable weather conditions or light industrial settings.

Physical Demands:  Job requires repetitively lifting weight objects where frequent bending or stooping alternates with lighter activities; frequently work at a fast pace with unscheduled interruptions; mobility within office.  Ability to walk, sit, stand, and climb stairs.  Ability to use hands and fingers to handle office equipment, records, files.  Required to reach with arms and hands, and to stoop, kneel or crouch.  Vision abilities read documents.  Ability to talk and hear.  Ability to lift up to 15 lbs.

Point Park University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Scenic Charge

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Scenic Charge

DEPARTMENT: Playhouse

REPORTS TO: Production Manager

PRIMARY FUNCTION: The Scenic Charge (SC) for the Pittsburgh Playhouse is a 10 month (August thru May) position responsible for accomplishing, supervising and coordinating the scenic paint and treatments for the Pittsburgh Playhouse and GRW in support of Playhouse events and productions. The SC ensures safe and proper use and maintenance of all theatrical painting and application materials. The SC works in conjunction with the Production Manager and other production heads to develop production schedules, over hire and staffing needs, budget needs, and advance work with designers, directors, and artists’ representatives for a wide variety of performances and events. The SC mentors students and supervises full-time, part-time, and over-hire production staff within the paint department. This position may teach as an overload consistent with Point Park University policies

REQUIREMENTS: 

Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience with a minimum 3 year related professional work experience as a theatre artisan in a producing theatre or performing arts facility. Skilled at painting techniques and applications, mechanical skills in the use of hand and power tools. Supervisory skills and the ability to read and interpret ground plans required. Strong oral and written communications skills and the ability to instruct on material relevant to scenic applications is required. 

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsible for the artistic integrity of all paint and surface applications for all playhouse productions & events to the satisfaction of designers and production manager.

Oversees and mentors students enrolled in theatre practicum including apprentice, federal work studies and production students by instructing and supervising them in the technical aspects and safety procedures of the scenic paint department. Assigning tasks to student assistants and crews, supervising students in the operation of various technical theatre assignments.

Oversee and maintain facility areas and support all events within Playhouse production as it relates to the scenic paint department.

Perform other related duties as assigned.

Working Environment: Occasional exposure to objectionable conditions or variations such as those found in variable weather conditions or light industrial settings.

Physical Demands: Job requires repetitively lifting average weight objects with repetitive bending and stooping. Frequently lifts heavy objects but alternating with lighter activities. Job may require physical exertion such as long periods of standing. Job may require above-average agility and dexterity. Frequent work at a fast pace with unscheduled interruptions. Mobility within the office. Ability to walk, sit, stand and climb stairs. Ability to use hands and fingers. Required to reach with arms and hands, and to kneel, stoop or crouch. Vision abilities required by this job. Ability to talk and hear. Ability to lift up to 15 lbs.

https://www.pointpark.edu/careersatpointpark/employmentlistings/staffandadministrativepositions/sceniccharge

Point Park University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers (KYL/D) Company Member and Apprentice Positions

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KYL/D’S 2019 COMPANY AUDITION

Dates: Audition-Shop Classes August 5-9, 2019 (M-F) from 10:00-11:30am
Call-backs on August 8 & 9 from 11:45am-1:45pm
Where: KYL/D- 1316 S. 9th St. Phila, PA 19147

Kun-Yang Lin/ Dancers (KYLD) seeks male and female dance artists for company member and apprentice positions for the 2019-2020 season. KYL/D is interested in professional dancers who are: committed to working at a high technical level, adventurous collaborators, responsible group members, and interested in community impact through dance. Dancers of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to audition.

KYL/D is a Philadelphia-based contemporary dance company, under the leadership of Artistic Director, Kun-Yang Lin. The company works 32-36 weeks per year, 15-17 hours per week (including company class). Dancers are paid at an hourly rehearsal rate, in addition to performance fees. Other benefits include free access to studio space when available, company classes, a platform to share choreographic work at the InHale Performance Series, and opportunities for additional teaching and outreach pay.

The week of the “audition-shops” are open to the public, and while dancers interested in working with the company are encouraged to attend all week for maximum exposure, dancers may also choose to drop in for just one day, or as many days as scheduling allows. All classes will be taught by Kun-Yang Lin and will take place Monday August 5 - Friday August 9th from 10-11:30am. Call-backs will take place  Thursday, August 8th from 11:45am-1:45pm and Friday, August 9th from 11:45am-1:45pm.

Dancers interested in auditioning for KYL/D will receive a discounted rate of $10 for each day of the workshops. To complete your registration, you must submit the registration form on our website: http://www.kyld.org/open-positions The audition form details contact information, payment options, dates attending audition, as well as uploading the required documents: a one page resume, dance photo, headshot and a video link (if available).

Please visit the KYL/D website to learn more about the company’s work: http://kyld.org
Questions? Please contact Business Director, Katie Moore: katie@kyld.org

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Dancers are paid at an hourly rehearsal rate, in addition to performance fees

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$5 registration fee and $10 per workshop class taken
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Dates: Audition-Shop Classes August 5-9, 2019 (M-F) from 10:00-11:30am Call-backs on August 8 & 9 from 11:45am-1:45pm Where: KYL/D- 1316 S. 9th St. Phila, PA 19147 All rehearsals will occur at KYL/D's dance center, listed above. Rehearsals will be Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Friday afternoons starting August 20th.
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Friday, August 9, 2019

Director of Individual Giving

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Pittsburgh Public Theater is seeking an experienced, energetic, driven and creative leader to spearhead its individual giving programs with a focus on building one-to-one relationships with The Public’s highest value patrons. The Director of Individual Giving is responsible for the strategy, planning, management and implementation of all aspects of The Public’s individual giving initiatives with the goal of significantly increasing giving from this sector. The Director also manages a portfolio of individual prospects. The position requires someone who is highly proactive and goal-driven.

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree or equivalent; 5+ years related experience; proven track record in securing new donors and upgrading existing donors; exceptional interpersonal skills; outstanding written and verbal communication skills; flexibility and an affinity for working in fast-paced environment; proficiency with Microsoft Office; fundraising database experience, Tessitura preferred; passion for the arts

Pittsburgh Public Theater is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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Group Sales Manager

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Pittsburgh Public Theater is seeking an outgoing and results-driven Group Sales Manager to help usher in the next era of success for the organization's 45th Anniversary season and beyond. The ideal candidate will be a goal-oriented individual who will thrive on both outbound efforts and administrative management. The Group Sales Manager will lead the charge on planning and executing events, parties, tours, and pre- and post-show programming designed to increase ticket sales. This will include supervising Front of House staff, caterers, and other vendors as they relate to these programming efforts. This position will work directly with the Director of Marketing on strategizing and implementing campaigns to boost sales and audience diversity, and with the Director of Education and Engagement on Student Matinees and community engagement programming. The Group Sales Manager will also work with Development staff to coordinate joint initiatives and fulfill corporate sponsor benefits. This position will assist with general marketing initiatives and events, and serve as a social media liaison as needed

 

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or equivalent. Sales experience with a proven track record is required as are exceptional interpersonal skills, and outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Must be computer-savvy, and able to understand basic website management of Group Sales web pages. Microsoft Office proficiency required, and basic graphic design experience preferred. Strong candidates will have a passion for the arts. Salary is a base salary plus commission. Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to pkyle@ppt.org. Please include Group Sales Manager in the subject line. No phone calls.

 

Director of Individual Giving

Pittsburgh Public Theater is seeking an experienced, energetic, driven and creative leader to spearhead its individual giving programs with a focus on building one-to-one relationships with The Public’s highest value patrons. The Director of Individual Giving is responsible for the strategy, planning, management and implementation of all aspects of The Public’s individual giving initiatives with the goal of significantly increasing giving from this sector. The Director also manages a portfolio of individual prospects. The position requires someone who is highly proactive and goal-driven.

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree or equivalent; 5+ years related experience; proven track record in securing new donors and upgrading existing donors; exceptional interpersonal skills; outstanding written and verbal communication skills; flexibility and an affinity for working in fast-paced environment; proficiency with Microsoft Office; fundraising database experience, Tessitura preferred; passion for the arts.

 

 

Pittsburgh Public Theater is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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2019 Philly Model Face Off $1,000 Model Casting Calls

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2019 Philly Model Face Off Free $1,000 Magazine Photo Shoot Casting Calls For Female Models * Makeup Artists *

Hair Stylists * Clothing Designers * Female Photographers * Female Event Volunteers

 

The 2019 Philly Model Face Off is a free $1,000 Magazine print model photo shoot for Ripping Runways Magazine, Girl 9 Magazine, Ethnic Queen Magazine, and Project Couture Magazine, for beautiful aspiring female models, Creative Makeup Artists, Creative Hair Stylists, Female Photographers with professional camera equipment and experience, upcoming clothing designers, and female event volunteers in New York,  New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, D.C., Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and models from all 50 States for the biggest free Magazine print modeling photo shoot event on the East Coast in 2019 for serious, gorgeous, glamorous, and talented aspiring females models ages 18-27 that are seriously interested in worldwide magazine print modeling exposure, getting possible paid modeling jobs, building a reputable modeling portfolios, and being seen by fashion show casting directors,  modeling agency talent scouts, and entertainment insiders that are looking for new faces for their upcoming projects.

 

The International Beauty Movement is Now Casting Beautiful Aspiring Female Indian models, Latina models, Italian models, Jewish models, Ethiopian models, Middle Eastern models, Asian models, Pinay models, Ethnic models, African models, Bi-racial models, European models, Ukrainian models, Russian models, Arab Models, Portuguese models, African American models, White models, Somali models, Polish models, erotic models, eye candy models, exotic models, Pinup Models, Boudoir models, vixen models, fitness models, bikini models, and inked models, from New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, D.C., Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina and models from all 50 states for this Exclusive Invitation Only 2019 Philly Model Face Off Magazine Photo Shoot for Ripping Runways Magazine, Girl 9 Magazine, Ethnic Queen Magazine, and Project Couture Magazine that will feature Gorgeous & Glamorous East Coast Models competing in the 2019 Philly Model Face Off Free $1,000 Magazine Photo Shoot Exclusive International Beauty Movement Spring Magazine photo shoot that will be taking place in Philadelphia, PA in the Summer 2019.

 

Would you like to receive a free $1,000 print model magazine photo shoot, a free $1,000 modeling photo portfolio from the shoot, a free feature in one of our internationally known magazines and compete in the Philly Model Face Off Exclusive Print Model Magazine Photo in Philly in the Summer 2019?

 

 

 

NOTE: All models applying for this free $1,000 magazine photo shoot be should have great modeling posing qualities, a unique beautiful look, great skin, great attitude, a great fit body for your height, a great working attitude, a unique style of dress, and a serious dream of modeling and being known worldwide.

All models must be able to provide their own transportation to Philadelphia if they are selected for this free $1,000 one day magazine print modeling photo shoot in the Spring of 2019, if you are not able to provide your own transportation to Philadelphia, PA Please Do Not Apply To This Casting Call.

 

 

If you are a Beautiful Aspiring Female Models ages 18-27, a Creative Makeup Artist, Creative Hair Stylist, Female Photographer with professional equipment and experience, upcoming clothing designer, or want to be a female event volunteer, this is the perfect opportunity to give your career a jump start into magazine print.

 

All female models, Creative Makeup Artists, Creative Hair Stylists, and clothing designers, that are selected for this excellent Spring 2019 exclusive magazine print modeling opportunity will receive a free $1,000 magazine photo shoot, a magazine photo feature, and free photos from the photo shoot to build their portfolio and each model will be featured in one of our internationally known online magazines.

 

To Apply As a Model:

Please submit 4-6 clear recent full body head to toe photos only that are no older than 12 months in one of the following: formal dress clothing and heels, ethnic clothing or native clothing, casual clothing and heels, bikini or lingerie.

(We will accept camera photos or professional photos but No Photos in Jeans or Sneakers Please)

Submit 4-6 full body head to toe photos that are no older than 12 months and a bio with your age, height, weight, measurements, phone number, and what city and state you are from to: internationalbeautymovement@aol.com

 

 

NOTE: All Models that are selected will be responsible for their own transportation to Philadelphia, PA if they live outside of the area..

 

 

To Apply as a hair stylist, body painter, makeup artist, female photographer, or clothing designer:

 

NOTE: ALL MAKEUP ARTISTS AND HAIR STYLISTS MUST HAVE A LICENSE OR CERTIFICATION TO APPLY

To apply for consideration for the 2019 Philly Model Face Off as a hair stylist, body painter, makeup artist, female photographer, or clothing designer, you will need to submit a professionally written bio with your contact information and 4-6 recent good quality photos of your work (that are no older than 12 months) or a link to your website or photo work to qualify for this amazing magazine competition.

 

**A photo or video portfolio is required as part of this application process for all makeup artists, hair stylists, and body painters applying to this casting call. A URL link listed on your resume for an online portfolio is preferred, Please email us your bio with full contact information and portfolio or link of your work to: internationalbeautymovement@aol.com **

 

To Apply As a Female Volunteer:

Volunteers Must be reliable, energetic, enthusiastic, self motivated, take directions well, be professional at all times, assist models and photography team, be creative, and work well with people and be a team player.

Volunteers will not be modeling but assisting with magazine photo shoot.

 

Please email us 2 FULL BODY HEAD TO TOE recent photos, with age, phone number, email, and why you want to be a female fashion event volunteer for the 2019 Philly Model Face Off, send to: internationalbeautymovement@aol.com

 

 

 

 

Please Feel Free To Visit Our New Website

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International Beauty Movement  Modeling Website:

https://magazinemodeling.wixsite.com/beautymovement

 

 

Ethnic Queen Magazine Website:
https://ethnicqueenmagazin.wixsite.com/ethnicqueenmagazine

 

 

Check Out the International Beauty Movement Magazines Link: http://pubhtml5.com/bookcase/xfer

https://issuu.com/rippingrunways

 

 

International Beauty Movement Youtube Channel:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCtRHqzNJkV5cwBSPn9qREw

 

 

Please visit our Worldwide magazine print model casting call link to view details of all of our current casting calls for aspiring female magazine print models worldwide at: http://rippingrunways.blogspot.com/

 

 

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Listing Deadline: 
Saturday, September 21, 2019

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