Wardrobe Supervisor

Wardrobe Supervisor

CATEGORY: Non-Theatrical

New York, NY 10001

Job Details


ZeroSpace combines bleeding-edge technological art and actor-driven narrative to create a one-hour immersive experience unlike anything ever created.

Wardrobe Supervisor:
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

- Oversee the set-up of the dressing rooms and wardrobe department in partnership with the Costume Designer and Stage Management

- Look after the costumes for performers and uniform costume pieces for production FOH, Security & F&B departments (harness, gloves, aprons, etc.)

- Ensure the proper costumes are clean and pre-set for all operating hours, rehearsals and special event

- Develop and oversee of all wardrobe running lists

- Ensure the smooth running of the experience during all operating hours, including additional staff as required

- Ensure proper care and regular maintenance for all costumes, shoes, undergarments, masks and costume related personal props such as gloves and other accessories in order to maintain the integrity of the original costume design

- Ensure the proper labeling, hanging, storage and pre-set of all costume pieces

- Create and execute a proper cleaning schedule for all garments, ensuring that laundry and dry cleaning are done on a regular basis between shifts

- Coordinate the regular application of garment freshening sprays and providing clean undergarments to the performers

- Ensure that all costumes are properly pressed or steamed prior to each shift

- Regularly inventory and inspect all costumes and coordinates all costume repairs and replacements

- Measure and fit all new performers as necessary

Compensation: Full-time Employment 

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to hiring@zerospace.co


July 11, 2019 -



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