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LECTURER IN LIGHTING DESIGNStanford University Department of Theater and Performance Studies seeks applicants for a one academic year appointment as a Lecturer in Lighting Design. Applicants should be prepared to design both dance and theater productions for three mainstage productions, teach three courses in lighting design and mentor student designers on productions in each of three academic quarters spanning September through June. A MFA in design is required. Applications should be submitted to email@example.com and include cover letter, resume and three references. Deadline for applications is April 16, 2017.
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LECTURER IN ADVANCED ACTINGStanford University Department of Theater and Performance Studies seeks applicants for a one academic year appointment as a Lecturer in Advanced Acting starting in the fall of 2017. Applicants should be prepared to engage with a diverse campus community through undergraduate instruction in a wide variety of styles and methodologies throughout three quarters September through June.
Applications should be submitted to Patrice O’Dwyer, Department Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org and include a one page letter of application, curriculum vitae/resume, the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three references, and copies of transcripts. Deadline for applications is April 21, 2017.
Responsibilities: Responsibilities include teaching a variety of performance courses in the TAPS undergraduate Acting concentration. An ideal candidate will have expertise in a wide spectrum of styles and acting methodologies that can impart real technique and develop skills, and engage a diverse campus community.
Qualifications: Master of Fine Arts; at least three years of university or college teaching experience; substantial professional experience as an actor; experience with diverse/multicultural theater voices and/or student populations and repertoire; experience with a wide range of theater styles and traditions, broad knowledge of both canonical and contemporary theater repertoire and an ability to teach students at both an introductory and advanced level.
The undergraduate acting concentration within the TAPS department is part of a BA-only program, and designed to support the liberal arts and humanities component of Stanford Undergraduate Education.
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