Work with us!
Vault Theatre is accepting applications for part-time Teaching Artists for the 2022-2023 school year. We are seeking experienced TAs with expertise in all theatre disciplines including acting, musical theatre, playwriting, and devising. Teaching Artist opportunities include in-school residency programming, after school classes, and camps. Vault Theatre Teaching Artists build an inclusive and creative experience for community organizations and the students we serve.
Experience in teaching acting, music, dance, playwriting, devising, and/or other theatrical disciplines
Exceptional verbal and written communication. Ability to work collaboratively in a school or community organization environment
Demonstrate a commitment to diversity and proven ability to work effectively with persons of diverse backgrounds.
Ability to work independently and complete assigned tasks within identified timeframes.
Availability to work a flexible schedule that may include afternoons, evenings and some weekends.
Teaching Artists who are bilingual are preferred, but not required.
Develop lesson plans for classes and or workshops based on the objectives outlined by Vault Theatre
Submit documentation of teaching practice, including lesson plans.
Teach across multiple age groups as assigned.
Address the learning needs of diverse student populations.
Collaborate with other Teaching Artists
Attend professional development opportunities, team meetings and planning sessions for classes & workshops
ABOUT VAULT THEATRE
Vault Theatre, a new 501(c)3 theatre company located in Durham, is dedicated to unlocking the imagination through comprehensive and innovative theatre programming onstage, in the classroom, and within the community. Vault Theatre is focused on investing in the artistic work and stories of our rising young voices.
Our work celebrates stories of radical hope for the future for audiences of all ages, nurtures the artistic voices of young performers, creates dialogues for social change, and mentors early career artists for continued growth in the performing arts industry.
VAULT THEATRE PROGRAMMING
Vault Theatre creates high-quality theatre experiences with, for, and by young people in the Triangle.
Classes and Camps: Vault Theatre offers comprehensive programming with young people at Durham Arts Council and Orange County Arts Commission/Eno Arts Mill and other locations in the Triangle.
Integrate, Engage, and Create: a series of holistic in-school or afterschool programs that pairs with core curriculum or arts classes to engage in conversation, create empathy, and build pathways for individual student action. Workshops and Residencies are designed to work directly within the existing curriculum creating a strong partnership with classroom teachers on reaching unit goals and objectives.
Changemakers Ensemble: Young Artists have the opportunity to perform original, devised productions by young people.
Teaching Artists are paid a minimum of $20 per hour up to $50 per hour depending on project and experience.
Send a resume to Artistic Director, Lauren Sale. Cover letters are not required, but feel free to let us know a little bit about you!