Sheffield People’s Theatre Young Company

National Theatre Connections (Ages 13 - 19)

In spring 2019 Sheffield People’s Theatre Young Company (13-19) will perform a play commissioned by the National Theatre.

Opportunity: Young Stage Manager

A fantastic opportunity for someone aged 13 – 19 interested in the area of Stage Management to work as a Young Stage Manager with professional support on the Sheffield People’s Theatre Young Company, National Theatre Connections production of Stuff by Tom Wells.

The Young Stage Manager will  work alongside a professional Stage Manager and will discover more about this role by following the process of the production; from first rehearsals to running the final performance, working with the director and creative team, sourcing and gathering props, to creating a detailed noted script.

You will need to be available for rehearsals most Saturdays, 10am-4pm and some evening sessions from 15 December and for performances from Tue 12 – Sat 15 March 2019 and the Connections Festival Mon 25 – Sat 30 March 2019. Read the full Job Description here.

To apply, please email Pippa with your name, age and no more than 500 words explaining why you would like the role, any experience you have and your availability to  

Applications close Friday 7 December. Interviews will take place the following week.


Sheffield People’s Theatre Young Company (Ages 18 – 25)

An opportunity for people aged 18 - 25 to gain further theatrical experience, a platform from which they can start building a career in the theatre industry through a long term program of skills development in a professional environment. Participants will develop a range of performance skills including physicality, approaches to script, devising, audition technique and movement. The group will work towards a devised performance and the end of the project.

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