About LittleLion Dance Theatre
LittleLion Dance Theatre is dedicated to producing meaningful and innovative dance pieces and performances for young audiences and families. As movement is the first language in dance theatre, LittleLion aims to take children out of the everyday world into the abstract world of the senses and to encourage them to expand their imagination by making boundless stories of their own. We believe that imagination pushes boundaries and expands children’s perception of self and the world around them.
Little Lion Dance Theatre is directed by Selma Daniel, a Brazilian choreographer based in Ireland with over 21 years of experience in dance performance, choreography and education.
About Paper Plane
There is one thing that makes EVERY family a family… and that is LOVE!
The family, regardless of its shape or configuration, is a place for the construction of personal and social identity. Through the project Paper Plane, Daniel aims to celebrate the diversity of families and encourage acceptance and inclusion in children’s relationships.
Supported by Solstice Arts Centre, The Arts Council of Ireland’s YPCE Project Award 2020 and Fingal County Council, the research will culminate in a new Dance Theatre show for families in autumn and will be presented at Solstice, Draíocht and Linenhall Arts Centre.
The Producer will be responsible for producing all aspects of Little Lion’s production of Paper Plane like:
- Marketing strategy
- Communication with venues, cast and crew
- Arts Council report
The Producer will be the main point of liaison for internal and external colleagues. They will report directly to the Artistic Director and will be responsible for day to day producing requirements of this production whilst in performance.
As part of this contract the producer will assist the Artistic Director with a touring application for 2022.
The Artistic Director is keen to develop a long term relationship with the Producer for future projects.
LittleLion is also looking for a production manager for the production of Paper Plane.
The role require the successful candidate to manage:
- Paper Plane technical production
- Sourcing materials
- Preparing and running production meetings
- Hiring and managing the crew
- Arranging transportation
- Risk assessment
- Organising schedules
- Managing the budget
- Compiling budget reports
- Monitoring Covid-19 guidelines and ensuring all crew members are adhering to them
- Technical rider of the show
Dates of the Production
20th Sep/22nd Oct 2021:
5x week Rehearsals full-time in Dance House
28th & 29th October 2021:
Tech and Performances at Solstice Arts Centre x2.
1st & 2nd November 2021:
Tech and Performances at RoolaBoola Linenhall Arts Centre x2.
8th & 9th November 2021:
Tech and Performances at Draíocht Arts Centre x4.
For more information or to apply, please send your CV and cover letter to Selma: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for applications is: Tuesday, August 31st, 2021.