Gaslight Theatre Company seeking directors for 2016-17 season
From a press release:
The Gaslight Theatre Company, a 501c3 nonprofit theatre company dedicated to the performance of classical and under-produced works in Northeastern Pennsylvania, is now accepting directing submissions for its 2016-17 season.
Directors interested in submitting must fill out a form on the company’s website and e-mail their theatrical résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org in addition to completing the form. Any other supplemental material can be included with the e-mailed résumé.
The submission deadline is Sunday, Jan. 31.
“We pride ourselves on our professional nature and the fact that we have the incredible opportunity to work with so many talented individuals in Northeastern Pennsylvania. With that being said, we love working with both new and familiar faces, so if you’ve never worked with us before, that’s quite all right!” the company wrote on their website.
“We thank you in advance for taking the time to submit to direct for our upcoming season! The Board of Directors will contact interested directors in February, once all submissions have been reviewed.”
The mission of the Gaslight Theatre Company is to produce, promote, and support professional quality productions of (but not limited to) classical plays, local/regional original works, and plays not typically produced in and around NEPA. Gaslight also serves as a community service organization, provides cultural education, and showcases local talent to the Wyoming Valley community.
Gaslight’s next production, “Drowning Ophelia,” runs Jan. 28-30 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Jan. 31 at 2 p.m. at The Theater at Lackawanna College (501 Vine St., Scranton). Read more about the show here.