Boston-area dancers and choreographers! Job opening! Choreographer positions for the Freelance Players’ musical theater troupes in Jamaica Plain and Needham.
Each Freelance Troupe produces two original musicals a year with young actors ages 8-12, for audiences of all ages. Do you have experience in musical theater choreography, love working with kids and teaching collaboratively?
JP Troupe: Tuesday afternoons in JP
Needham Troupe: Friday afternoons in Needham
Troupes meet weekly, mid-September through late May (school vacations off). So much fun, with enthusiastic, diverse kids in a caring and inclusive community. Salary commensurate with experience.
For more information, contact Artistic Director Kippy Dewey: email@example.com or 617-274-6065.
Administrative Coordinator – Dance Division at Berklee
Boston Conservatory at Berklee
Workplace street address
8 The Fenway
Full time, regular
The Dance Division Administrative Coordinator reports to the Division Dean and is responsible for and oversees the daily administrative operations of the division. The Administrative Coordinator works closely with both the Dean and the Chair in matters pertaining to division business processes, curriculum, health and wellness, and in organizing special projects, programs, and presentations.
The Dance Programs Coordinator will oversee all Afro-Latin dance offerings at HSTF, specifically Jóvenes en
Acción/Youth in Action’s dance team and Learn Through Dance (LTD) program. The coordinator will work as an integral member of the Jóvenes en Acción/Youth in Action (JEA) Team. Under the guidance of the Director of Arts and Education Programs, the coordinator’s main responsibility will be to work with middle- and high-school program participants who are part of JEA’s Ritmo en Acción dance team, including fostering a cohesive ensemble of youth ambassadors of Afro-Latin arts in Boston’s Latin Quarter and beyond; cultivating young people’s dance and performance skills; and teaching the cultural history and traditions of various AfroLatin dance styles. The Dance Programs Coordinator will also oversee dance instruction for LTD, which brings Afro-Latin dance instruction into Boston Public Schools during the school day. The coordinator is responsible for the creation and refinement of AfroLatin dance curricula for in-school and out-of-school instruction. Additionally, the Dance Programs Coordinator will work closely with Education staff to ensure JEA youth stay on track academically. Lastly, the coordinator will serve as a representative of HSTF at events, meetings, and other external commitments as needed.
This is a full time position.
Our mission is to amplify the power, creativity, and voices of youth, connecting them to Afro-Latin culture and heritage so they can create a diverse, vibrant Latin Quarter and build a just, equitable Boston.
Looking for a ballet teacher to sub for the month of September and possibly the first two weeks in October. The hours are Tuesday 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. September 10, 17 and 24.
4:30 class – 2nd and 3rd grade
5:30 class – 4th and 5th grade
6:30 class – 6th – 8th grade
All recreational classes.
August 28, 2019
For More Information
http://beatconnx.com/ , firstname.lastname@example.org
Grades 1 -6 part-time dance teacher and assistant at Torit Montessori
Torit Montessori School
Workplace street address
300 Cambridge Street
Part time, regular
Torit Montessori offers a part-time job to a dance teacher trained in classical ballet and one other dance form. Teacher would teach a class for Grades 1-3 of up to 20 students and Grades 4/5 of 12 students. Teacher is requested to find an assistant for the class. Class time block is Tuesday from 1 – 3:00, with paid time 12:15 – 3:00 (45 minutes planning time per week.) . Pay for teacher is $75 per hour, with stipend for assistant. Job is available ASAP for full school year. One of the requirements will be preparation of students for two performances, December and May/early June.