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Ever wonder how our graphics game could possibly be so on point? It’s all thanks to our amazing team of designers and illustrators. And now, you can be one of them!
We’re looking for talented folks to volunteer their time and skills as part of Magnet’s graphics team. You can earn credits toward free classes (if you’re into that sort of thing) or you can simply enjoy the internal rewards of seeing your work displayed all around the theater and website. Whatever makes you feel alive!
The graphics team helps us out with the visual needs of the theater—whether it’s branding new programs, updating our existing art, or creating show promotions and campaigns.
The time commitment is on a project basis, so take on work as your schedule allows—we’re cool with that. Plus, not gonna lie, there’s a lot of cool stuff coming up.
To apply, send a resume and a link to your portfolio to Evan and Chrissie at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re excited to hear from you.
If you are any of the following …
• The person who always has the most audience members at your class shows.
• Constantly nerding out about improv to anyone who will listen.
• Someone who has a Magnet stamp on their hand nearly every day of the week.
• Itching for a free class.
• Interested in getting some marketing experience.
• A real human and not a wolf.*
… then you definitely sound like Street Team material!
How does it work? Glad you asked.
We want to fill the house with cool people who enjoy fun and laughter—and this is your chance to help us do that. The Street Team will partner up with the promotions department to help get the word out about our shows! If you’re enthusiastic about Magnet—we’d love to hear from you. (Plus, did we mention you can earn a free class? Right. Better get on this.)
Simply email Evan and Chrissie at email@example.com and we’ll give you all the details!
*Again: no wolves.
Job Opening: School Director
Magnet Theater is now accepting applications for the 2014 fall season of Megawatt. Please fill out THIS FORM no later than AUGUST 16th to apply for an audition slot.
Anyone who has completed Magnet Level 6 is eligible to apply, though please note that a completed form does not guarantee an audition slot. Due to the high volume of eligible improvisers and a limited number of slots, priority will be given to students and performers who have finished the class or performed on a Megawatt team within the last year.
Confirmations will be sent out by SUNDAY, AUGUST 17th.
CLICK HERE to apply.
The Magnet Theater is looking for a Part-Time Promotions individual. This person would be responsible all details of promotions inside and outside of the Magnet Theater. Candidate must be extremely reliable, organized, and a great communicator.
Strong writing skills, social media experience, a passion for details, promptness and planning are required. A great sense of humor is a must!
This is a part-time position with some flexibility in hours. Please send your resume and two writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org, and put “Magnet Promotions Application” as the subject line.
We are very happy to share the following announcement with the Magnet community. Break a leg.
JUST ANNOUNCED FROM THE SECOND CITY CHICAGO
General auditions for The Second City
The Second City primarily seeks actors to become Understudies to The Second City Touring Company (based in Chicago) – other projects actors are considered for – once they make the call back process: Second City Theatricals, Ship ensemble members, SCC actors (corporate division)
The Circuit: Round 5! Apply for Student Harold Teams!
The next round of The Circuit begins in January! The Circuit features Harold teams made-up of both current Magnet students and veteran Magnet performers. Anyone who has completed Magnet Level 3 or higher (and is not currently on a Megawatt team or in Team Performance Workshop) can apply. Performers will be chosen randomly by lottery. Teams will rehearse weekly with an assigned coach and have a 3 month run of shows on Friday nights at the Magnet Studio Theater.
Apply now by emailing email@example.com. Deadline to apply is December 23rd.
The Magnet is hosting a special round of auditions for a Second City improvisation touring company that will play aboard Norwegian Cruise Line Ships. If you have graduated from The PIT, UCB or Magnet’s Training program here in New York, you are eligible to audition. Here are the details:
Second City Theatrical is seeking actors for Second City ensembles aboard Norwegian Cruise Line ships. Contracts are for 2011. The Second City (based in Chicago and Toronto) has been the sole sketch comedy and improvisation provider for NCL cruise ships since January of 2005.
WHEN: Tuesday, February 1 from 10AM to 6PM, Callbacks are Wednesday February 2, time TBD
WHERE: Magnet Theater Training Center, 259 W 30th Street, FL2
To submit, email your headshot and resume ON JANUARY 3-6, 2011 to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: “NY ship auditions.” Expect an email reply with information (audition time, decline, etc) on Jan 10 or 11.
The Second City is seeking graduates of improv programs (e.g. The Second City, UCB, Magnet, PIT, etc)
Auditions will be held in half hour increments with groups of eight, and will be completely improvised.
Please bring a current headshot and resume with updated contact information (we will phone you, not your agency).
Please dress in something akin to performance clothes (how you would dress for a Second City performance).
Q&A Session: Learn About Second City’s Cruise Ship Performance Opportunities
If you are an improviser/actor and want information about opportunities with Second City’s NCL gig, please join Beth Kligerman, Director of Talent and Talent Development for The Second City, for a Q and A session.
WHEN: Monday, January 31, 5pm to 6:30pm
WHERE: Magnet Theater, 254 W 29th Street
Magnet Theater is having a Commercial Contest and you could WIN!
Would you like to win a FREE Class at Magnet Theater? All you have to do is make a 30 sec commercial promoting either our Classes, Mixers, Theater, Musical Improv or Megawatt. That’s it!
- Your entry must be approximately 30 seconds long 16:9 ratio (Standard definition or High definition)
- Include one of the Magnet logos
- Include www.magnettheater.com visually within the ad
- Feature one of the 5 topics aboveLet yourself be creative and have fun! Once you have created your masterpiece you can upload your video to YouTube at anytime with this title MAGNET THEATER COMMERCIAL CONTEST – (Your Name Here) The deadline for this contest is November 1st, 2010. Submissions will be judged by Magnet Theater staff based on which commercial best reflects the Magnet Theater philosophy and image. Number of views and comments on YouTube can help but do not determine the winner of the contest.
8 new directors. 8 new films. It all happened this summer!
Shoot from the Hip is an improvisational filmmaking intensive. Exploring film through improvisation, story development, directing, cinematography, sound, and editing, students completed their own digital film shorts, and collaborated on the films of other students.
Featuring: Joshua Friedman, Richard Jopson, Ron Palais, Jen Sanders, William K. Scurry Jr., Elena Shumskaya, Darrick Smith and Julie Stainer-Loehr, led by David Etkin and Mark Grenier.
Including an exclusive trailer from “Bring Your Own God,” the project of SFTH ‘09! Featuring: Dan Abrams, Elihu Dietz, Jess Lane, Luke Manson, Alex Marino, Mike Martino, Blake Merriman, Ron Palais, Jen Sanders, Austin Smith, Drew Tarvin and Rachel Werbel; led by Armando Diaz, David Etkin and Josh Weinstein.
The show happens Tuesday October 5th at 10pm right here at the Magnet Theater!
- alex marino
- armando diaz
- austin smith
- blake merriman
- bring your own god
- dan abrams
- darrick smith
- david etkin
- digital film shorts
- drew tarvin
- elana shumskay
- elihu diets
- je sanders
- jess lane
- josh weinstein
- joshua friedman
- julie stainer loehr
- luke manson
- mark granier
- mike martino
- rachel werbel
- richard jopson
- Ron Palais
- shoot from the hip
- William K. Scurry Jr