VIM VIGOR apprentice audition
VIM VIGOR DANCE COMPANY /////
APPRENTICE position for 2016/2017 season /////
NEW YORK ///////////
VIM VIGOR NYC audition + callback
July 31st, 230pm-630pm
Peridance Capezio Center
126 East 13th Street
New York, NY 10003 U.S.A.
To apply: please send along your CV, photo, and a short letter as to why you would like to work with VIM VIGOR to email@example.com with NYC AUDITION in the heading. Please also send a video link of your dancing.
*We will go through an initial review process for this audition. Dancers will be emailed a confirmation of an audition spot by mid-July. We will do our best to accommodate as many applicants as possible.
NYC CLASS ///////////
Shannon Gillen will be teaching contemporary class from 1230-230pm prior to the audition on July 31st. This class is open to the public and not a required part of the audition. For details please visit: http://www.peridance.com/wsdetail.cfm?wsid=523
VIM VIGOR is a physical dance theater company under the direction of Shannon Gillen. VIM is seeking to hire an apprentice with very strong contemporary technique with an emphasis on floorwork and partnering, improvisational and theatrical skill-sets, and professional experience for the company's upcoming season. Our interest is to introduce this apprentice to VIM's collaborative working style, so applicants should be interested in participating in a creative group dynamic. We also seek to build trust before considering a full dancer hire in 2017.
Applicants must be available to start in August to train with the company during our summer intensive and available to travel with VIM VIGOR during our creation period in California. Travel to the company's residency in California will be covered along with accommodations. This position also will be paid with a modest weekly stipend. All applicants must be available August, September, early October, November, early December, and January - please do not apply if you are already committed.
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