BAPAC SEEKING COSTUME DESIGNER FOR TORNKID

This position will be working directly with the director on #ModelMinority. The costume designer will design/conceptualize the costume looks for the actors in #ModelMinority, and then purchase or construct (with company budget) those pieces. Looking for a costume designer familiar with a wide depth of musical theater.


Pertinent dates as follows:

Start date: Immediately

Rehearsals:

Starts June 20

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 6:30 PM - 10 PM
Some Saturday and Sunday mornings

Tech runs August 10 - 15

Show dates:

August 16 - 19, Fri - Mon

August 22 - 26, Thurs - Sun

Additional: All actors cast will be required to participate in mandatory developmental workshops, which will take place for one or two days each month from March through June. All dates and times will be decided once casting has been finalized.

Job Duties

  • Attend required design meetings with designers & producers.

  • Attend designer run during the rehearsal process.

  • Conduct fittings for actor measurments.

  • Create/purchase/modify costume pieces to fit theme, design & actors’ movement/comfort.

  • Manage company specified costume budget for the show.

  • Costume completion by August 10.

  • Available on a weekly basis during performance run to do maintenance for costumes.

Qualifications

  • Experience as a costume designer for shows with a fantasy or cultural aesthetic.

  • Sewing and construction experience for actors of all shapes & sizes.

  • Formal training from a fashion or costume design program preferred.

Salary & Benefits

This is an independent contractor project position. Stipend is tba.

To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to dibale@baltimoreapac.org, Subject line “Costume Designer - #ModelMinority”


#MODELMINORITY: A MUSICAL PARODY REVUE

DIRECTOR: DONNA IBALE
COMPOSER: BOBBY GE
COLLABORATORS: RAPID LEMON PRODUCTIONS
WHEN: AUGUST 16 - 25, 2019
WHERE: BALTIMORE THEATRE PROJECT

#ModelMinority is an original work about the highs and lows of Asian Americans in the performing arts. This production will be a re-telling/adaptation of first person stories from Asian American performing artists, directors and writers and their struggles with identity and representation in the arts and entertainment industries.

The production will feature original music composed by Bobby Ge, and re-imaginings of some of your favorite musical theater numbers. Donna Ibale - currently the director for Rapid Lemon’s production of Thank You, Dad - will be directing this new work with Cori Dioquino as lead dramaturg and writer for the piece.