Beechmont Players, Inc., is seeking directors to direct in the Beechmont Players’ 2016-2017 season.
As the Arts Organization in Residence at the Anderson Center, BPI has the privilege of presenting its productions in the Anderson Center’s beautiful 223-seat proscenium theater. With our large audience base, BPI typically fills this theater with approximately 1,000 audience-members over each production’s run. BPI now has a storage/build facility, where set designers and builders can take full advantage of the theater’s plentiful stage space by building the set in advance. This space can even allow rehearsals on the set at the build facility. BPI welcomes directors, design teams, and crew-members new to our group, while maintaining an active and talented membership that is ready to step up to help make each show a success.
Interested in joining us for our 57th season? Please submit up to five plays and/or musicals that you would like to direct in BPI’s 2016-2017 season. If scripts for the shows you are presenting are not available at the Hamilton County Public Library, please submit a copy for the Play Reading Committee (if you do not have a copy and would like assistance obtaining a copy, please let me know). Please consider the group, our audience, and our theater when suggesting shows to present. Click here for additional information about our group and a list of our past productions.
If you are interested in submitting to direct at Beechmont, contact Wayne Kirsch at firstname.lastname@example.org. An Application form will be sent to you. Please fill out and return this application, along with a current theatrical resume, by November 2, 2015. You may submit these items via e-mail to email@example.com. Please indicate your availability for production dates, as well as your availability for director interviews on the application.
Please note that the group would like to produce at least one musical in the 2016-2017 season. Also, we prefer the summer production be a family-friendly show. This does not necessarily need to be a show with children in it, but should at least be appropriate for children to watch, and it can be a musical or not.
For the director interviews, you will be asked to present up to three shows, though the Play-Reading Committee may ask you about the other two shows you submitted. Director interviews will take place on Sunday afternoon, November 29, and Monday evening, November 30.
Thank you for your interest in Beechmont Players, Inc. I look forward to receiving your submission!
Wayne Kirsch, VP Shows
Beechmont Players, Inc.