New Work Producer (Maternity Cover)
Shakespeare’s Globe is looking for a New Work Producer (Maternity Cover) to join our Theatre Department.
Shakespeare’s Globe is currently seeking a New Work Producer to join our Theatre Department
The New Work Producer is responsible for line producing new plays and other projects across the summer season in the Globe Theatre and winter season in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, (SWP) as well as working as part of the Producing team to provide support across all productions at Shakespeare’s Globe.
A key part of this role is, in consultation with senior members of the Theatre Department and wider Globe teams, to lead on the commissioning, development, and line-producing of new plays, new writing festivals and other projects and events across both playhouses. As well as identifying and developing emerging writers and working closely with the Artistic Director to programme new plays.
This role works closely with the Artistic Director, Associate Artistic Director, Senior Producers, Assistant to the AD, and other members of the Theatre Department team in the development of Globe work.
The successful candidate will have substantial professional producing experience, including the commissioning, development and producing of new plays, ideally in mid to large scale venues. They will be calm and personable, able to work well under pressure; experienced in working sensitively with creative teams, and able to demonstrate tact, discretion and confidentiality.
For more information on the role, please download the job description. To apply, please complete our online Application Form and send a copy of your CV to us at [email protected]
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