Call Out for Weight

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Oddly Moving are seeking a circus performer specialising in contortion and/or hand balancing to work with us in the Research & Development of our new show ‘Weight.’ We are especially interested in BAME performers.

More about us

Oddly Moving tell stories on the outskirts of normal using circus, physical theatre and storytelling. ‘Weight’ is our second show following a U.K. tour of ‘He Ain’t Heavy.’ It is directed by Charlotte Mooney and produced by Turtle Key Arts.

To learn more about the company visit: http://www.oddlymoving.co.uk 

‘Weight’ – info about the show

‘Weight’ will retell the Greek myth of Atlas carrying the world, and reflect on themes of responsibility, choice, physical and emotional weight. In this R&D we will experiment with different ways of navigating a set made of suspended and ground based objects of various sizes/weights and explore different ways of using circus to tell the story of Atlas.

Who we are looking for

We are looking for a performer whose primary skill is either contortion or hand balancing, someone who is excited by devising new work, comfortable using text on stage and interested in using their own autobiographical material relating to the themes.

Further Information:

  • Monday 1st April- Friday 5thApril 2019
  • Location: Worthing Theatre

Pay: Above Equity and ITC recommended rates. Accommodation, travel and per diems provided where necessary 

Get in touch

If you are interested please send a brief expression of interest and any links to examples of your work to oddlymovingcircus@gmail.comby Monday 4thMarch 2019.

All aged 18+ are welcome to apply, if required, please include any additional access requirements so we can facilitate.

 

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