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Production Assistant Positions - The Radicals Tour

The Anthropologists is seeking two Production Assistants for The Radicals Tour. One position is NYC-based. The other is Hartford, CT. based. All team members must show proof of vaccination against COVID-19. You’ll be joining a women-led team of committed theatre artists!  


We are looking for a Production Assistant to support our performances of No Pants In Tucson and Artemisia's Intent in NYC and Hartford, CT. The role will include scenic load in and load out, assisting during tech, and leading the scenic & prop set up and break down of three performances. We are looking for a motivated, reliable team player to join our women-led team of committed theatre artists. The Production Assistant should have familiarity with basic technical theatre equipment, should be able to lift up to 50 lbs and should be comfortable going on a ladder. Prior stage management experience and familiarity with QLab is a bonus! Must be able to show proof of vaccination. This is a fully vaccinated team, testing weekly when working in person. If you are available for most but not all of the dates/times listed, please still be in touch.

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The Anthropologists reclaim history this fall with two critically praised plays. Our three-city tour celebrates historical figures who defied the gender standards of our times, no matter the cost. Plays include No Pants In Tucson and Artemisia’s Intent.


THE TEAM: Written and Directed by Melissa Moschitto. Devised by The Anthropologists. Featuring performances by: Mariah Freda, April J. Barber, Nazlah Black and Jalissa Fulton. Dramaturgy by Linnea Valdivia and Lynde Rosario. Visual Design by Irina Kuraeva.


Founded in 2008, The Anthropologists is dedicated to the collaborative creation of investigative theatre that inspires action. Fusing research, expressive movement, and rigorous dramaturgy, we create dynamic plays rooted in social inquiry. We use theatre to engage with challenging questions, to recontextualize the present and reimagine our collective future. 


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 discrimination 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. Meet our community of artists and administrators here.


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