The successful candidate for this position will have experience & training in one or more additional areas: on-camera work, directing, global heightened language & Shakespeare, actor-director relationship, additional & complimentary Acting methodologies, professional development for actors & preparation for entering the field, etc.
Preference will be given to candidates who have experience teaching first & second-year Meisner progression and who also possess a vision for adapting this technique to meet the needs of the 21st century.
The ideal candidate will also bring a demonstrated commitment to furthering efforts toward anti-racism, anti-sexism, equity, diversity, and inclusion. The successful candidate must be able to work creatively and collaboratively with faculty in multiple disciplines across the school as well as with students, staff, and school leadership.
Candidates should have fluency with national and global theatre trends in terms of the artistic marketplace and industry as well as a field of artistic research and social transformation.
Preferred candidates will have experience synthesizing their focus on Acting to a diverse training vocabulary that incorporates comprehensive Voice, Speech, and Text work as well as Movement Training.
A depth of background or mastery in the work of other practitioners is welcome, as is a background in Art and Social Justice. The ideal candidate will also be a consummate professional artist with a global perspective and a robust, fully engaged, acclaimed, and recognized professional practice, as an Actor, Director, or Theatre Practitioner.
The successful candidate will collaborate closely with the MSNR Studio core faculty on collaborative curricular models and teaching practices for maximum fluidity and intersection, aligning curricular goals, models, and strategies to achieve synthesized, organic, and unified professional theatre training for the emerging student artist moving seamlessly from their training in order to achieve the free, responsive and autonomous professional actor.
Master of Fine Arts and or extensive professional acting, directing, and/or professional production/performance experience in national or internationally recognized professional theatres, theatre companies, and productions and a minimum of ten years of teaching experience or the equivalent thereof. We are extremely interested in diverse candidates for this position. We are extremely interested in candidates who identify as female for this position.