Call for Musicians for Productions in 22-23 Winter Season | Playbill

Call for Musicians for Productions in 22-23 Winter Season

CATEGORY: Musician

Florida Studio Theatre
Sarasota, FL
US

CONTACT NAME

Alexa Doggett

Job Details

DESCRIPTION

Florida Studio Theatre is seeking musicians for upcoming productions in our 2022-2023 Mainstage and Cabaret Seasons. Sarasota locals are highly encouraged to apply. See production details below.

Winter Musical (Title TBA)

Gompertz Theatre

Seeking:

· Horn player – Trumpet first and others a plus

· Guitar/Electric Bass player

Style: Musical Theatre with Rock elements

Band joins rehearsals – Approx. Tuesday, 10/1/2022 (exact date TBD)

Previews – Wednesday 11/9/2022 & Thursday, 11/10/2022

Opening – Friday, 11/11/2022

Closing – Sunday, 1/1/2023

Possible extension(s) through 1/22/2023

Performances per week - 8

Salary - $50-$65/service, pending experience

To apply, please send a short resume and video sample(s). You can email the link to [email protected]. If it is a YouTube link, please make sure it is public or unlisted.

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Soulful Cabaret (Title TBA)

Goldstein Theatre

Seeking:

· Drummer

· Upright/Electric Bass player – Preferably a Woman to sing back up/harmonies & possible solos

Style: Jazz, Pop/Rock, and Blues

Band joins rehearsals – Approx. Tuesday, 11/1/2022 (exact date TBD)

Previews – Wednesday, 11/16/2022 & Thursday, 11/17/2022

Opening – Friday, 11/18/2022

Closing – Sunday, 3/19/2023

Possible extension(s) through 4/16/2023

Performances per week – 9 to 10

Salary - $50-$65/service, pending experience

To apply, please send a short resume and video sample(s), including a vocal clip for the Bass player. You can email the link to [email protected]. If it is a YouTube link, please make sure it is public or unlisted.

All musicians must be vaccinated for participation in the upcoming season.

DURATION

Aug 4, 2022

SALARY

$50-$65/service

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