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Creative Producer - No Pants Digital

The Anthropologists seeks a dynamic Creative Producer for our No Pants Digital Sleeve series. The ideal candidate has an interest in or experience in producing, has a connection with the TGNC/LGBTQIA+ artist community, and is passionate about nurturing artists and their visions as well as risk taking in storytelling forms. Artistic experience as a dramaturg is also heartily welcomed! This role encompasses creative, curatorial, technical, and producing support for three artists who are creating short-form pieces in a variety of formats. Candidates should be organized, curious, problem solvers who thrive in a collaborative environment. 


The Creative Producer is part of a 3-person producing team and responsibilities will include: 

  • Identifying and commissioning two transgender and/or BIPOC artists

  • Scheduling artist planning meetings; identifying specific technical or artistic support needs for each project 

  • Maintaining clear communication between the artists and The Anthropologists’ producing team

  • Managing the overall production and release calendar 

  • Supporting digital dramaturgy  

  • Supporting marketing, press & distribution efforts 


This position is 100% remote, via zoom (or other communication services). Position begins in August and concludes in October. Estimated number of hours: 20-25. The fee is $400.


The Anthropologists values diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law. We are committed to diversity both on-stage and among our staff.  We encourage applications from marginalized communities including Black, Indigenous, people of color, LGBTQIA+, women, neurodiverse, and people with disabilities.


To apply, please submit a brief letter of introduction and resume by July 25 to Assistant Producer


This artist-led initiative empowers theatre artists as storytellers. It’s an opportunity to create new digital (or analog!) short-form content highlighting the themes within No Pants In Tucson, while finding new ways to connect with our existing community and reach new audiences. Drawing on our existing research archives, artists are invited to create theatrical explorations of five minutes or less. Final digital pieces will be premiered in October 2021 and hosted on our website, accessible to all audiences for free. These pieces of digital theatre may also be featured in programming events with our partner organizations. You may view the project here: 



Founded in 2008, The Anthropologists is dedicated to the collaborative creation of investigative theatre that inspires action. Rooted in research and community engagement and shaped by contemporary dance and physical theatre techniques, we're committed to exploring current social topics from an anthropological perspective in order to break down and unleash cultural discoveries.

We foster a working environment that is driven by collaboration, inclusivity, respect and care for one another and our community. We are committed to creating workspaces and processes free of harassment. We do not tolerate descrimination based on race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual identity or immigration status. We promote equity, transparency and humanity. View our code of conduct here. The Anthropologists is committed to becoming a fully anti-racist theatre company. You may view our ongoing anti-racism work here.