Wellesley Theatre Project

219 Washington St
Wellesley , MA 02481

Date Posted:
August 13, 2019

Central Massachusetts



Choreographer/Teaching Artist for Wellesley Theatre Project’s Production of Frozen, Jr.


Wellesley Theatre Project, a new nonprofit located in Wellesley, MA is seeking a Choreographer/Teaching Artist.

Production: Disney's Frozen, Jr.

September 3 - December 15
Performances: September 3 - December 15th

Rehearsals: 4-6pm Tuesday - Friday and some Saturdays 1-4pm

Grades 2-12

For more information on the organization, please visit www.wellesleytheatreproject.org.

Job description below:

  • Provide all typical duties of a choreographer as agreed upon with the director;
  • Provide dance coaching to individuals on as-needed basis;
  • Work to create a positive learning environment for the actors and be a role model of professional theatre etiquette;
  • Rehearses Production;
  • Works in a safe manner;
  • Performs duties as workload necessitates;
  • Maintains a positive and respectful attitude;
  • Communicates regularly with supervisor;
  • Demonstrates efficient time management and prioritizes workload;
  • Demonstrates regular and consistent attendance and punctuality;
  • Participates in Wellesley Theatre Project events as needed or required;
  • Assist director and team with other production matters as necessary.

Competitive stipend in line with experience
How To Apply:

Interested applicants should email a resume, letter of interest, and three references to rush@wellesleytheatreproject.org

Apply by:
September 01, 2019
About this Organization:
Wellesley Theatre Project is a nonprofit theatre company in Wellesley Massachusetts providing exceptional Performing Arts Education to Youth Pre K-12th Grade. WTP offers camps, year long classes, fully realized productions, workshops, masters classes, and community outreach opportunities for students.

Mission Statement:
Wellesley Theatre Project empowers youth with life skills learned through exceptional performing arts education, and then challenges them to become citizen artists -- improving the quality of life in their local and global community by emphasizing collaboration, cultural and social understanding.