Critical Incident Questionnaire (CIQ).

Continuing The Conversation Survey

             through a Critical Incident Questionnaire (CIQ)


During the evening, our facilitator Heather Fox Griffith mentioned an evaluation tool that she finds useful - the Critical Incident Questionnaire (CIQ).

She has set one up via survey our SATP members for feedback. Please fill in to help us with our growth in the Theatre Community.

This is an evaluation tool that may be used to focus on critical moments or actions in a workshop or event, as judged by the participants. The five questions are answered anonymously. 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VVCZRB8

Thanks!

SATP Respect & Equity Committee

OFFRE D’EMPLOI ADJOINT(E)

OFFRE D’EMPLOI ADJOINT(E)
À LA DIRECTION ARTISTIQUE

À PROPOS DE LA TROUPE DU JOUR


La Troupe du Jour (LTDJ) est un organisme professionnel à but non lucratif qui développe le théâtre en Saskatchewan, par le biais de la création, de la formation, de la production et de la diffusion depuis 1985. La Troupe du Jour est vouée au développement du théâtre francophone en Saskatchewan. À ce sujet, LTDJ travaille, grâce à son leadership dans le domaine dramaturgique, à la création et au développement d’une dramaturgie originale de l’Ouest. La compagnie développe d’ailleurs depuis la dernière décennie un processus d’accompagnement dramaturgique destiné à soutenir les auteurs fransaskois tout au long de leur travail de création. Le mandat de création reste la pierre angulaire de la mission artistique de LTDJ. De plus la compagnie désire faire connaître la dramaturgie contemporaine en produisant des textes d’auteurs canadiens.

NATURE DE LA FONCTION

Sous la supervision de la direction artistique, l’adjoint(e) à la direction artistique aidera à la planification, direction et supervision de l’ensemble des activités artistiques de La Troupe du Jour conformément à sa mission et ses objectifs premiers
L’emploi est basé à Saskatoon dans le quartier Riversdale
Poste à temps partiel 15 heures/semaine
Taux horaire : 20$/heure (négociable selon l’expertise du candidat)

TÂCHES ET RESPONSABILITÉS

1. Leadership
• Adhérer à la mission, à la vision et aux valeurs de La Troupe du Jour
• Formuler, en collaboration avec la direction artistique et administrative et les membres de l’équipe et avec l’approbation et l’engagement du conseil d’administration, les objectifs annuels et s’assurer de leur atteinte.
•  Représenter La Troupe du Jour sur les tribunes et auprès des intervenants susceptibles de contribuer au développement et à l’atteinte de la mission et des objectifs premiers de l’organisation ;

2. Programmation
Afin d’assurer la réalisation de la mission et de l’orientation artistique de la Troupe du Jour, l’adjoint(e) à la direction artistique devra:
• Appuyer la direction artistique dans la programmation des spectacles présentés en saison;
• Appuyer la direction artistique dans la décision de la programmation des spectacles présentés en tournées incluant des vitrines promotionnelles ;
• Anticiper la programmation en accord avec le plan stratégique.
• Appuyer la direction artistique dans la supervision des activités théâtrales et créatrices qui composent la saison de La Troupe du Jour afin qu’elles se déroulent dans des conditions optimales ;
• Représenter La Troupe du Jour aux différents évènements de diffusion ;
 

3. Recherche artistique
Afin de cultiver et de maintenir la qualité artistique des productions de La Troupe du Jour, l’adjoint(e) à direction artistique devra assister la direction artistique à :
• Se tenir au fait de l’activité théâtrale et dramaturgique aux échelles régionale, nationale et internationale par le biais de lectures et d’une participation active à divers évènements;
• Initier des activités ou des projets qui développent l’orientation artistique de La Troupe du Jour.

4. Encadrement artistique
Dans le but d’assurer une relève forte et selon le plan directeur, pour continuer l’œuvre d’incubateur de l’art du théâtre, l’adjoint(e) à la direction artistique devra :
• Développer et cultiver un bassin d’artistes locaux des arts de la scène ;
• Réaliser des activités de développement artistiques, tels des ateliers ou programmes de mentorat ;
• Appuyer le développement artistique des membres de l’équipe ;

5. Relations avec la communauté
• Établir de bonnes relations de travail et des ententes de collaboration avec des groupes communautaires, des organismes de financement, des politiciens, et d'autres organismes en vue de faciliter l'atteinte des buts de l'organisme ;

6. Communications/relations interpersonnelles
• Entretenir des relations efficaces et harmonieuses avec les membres du personnel et du conseil d’administration.
• Maintenir des relations efficaces et soutenues avec les partenaires et avec les bailleurs de fonds ;
• Maintenir d’excellentes relations avec le milieu culturel francophone et par extension avec le milieu anglophone ;
• Entretenir une communication claire dans un français de qualité avec les membres, le public et les partenaires.

PROFIL DU CANDIDAT
• Un(e) artist(e) qui possède à la fois des talents de créateur et de coordinateur.
• Bien connaitre le contexte théâtrale franco-canadien (fransaskois en particulier) et y avoir idéalement déjà travaillé.
• Être parfaitement bilingue et accepter de résider à Saskatoon si retenu(e) pour le poste.
• Aime travailler en équipe, et a déjà travaillé de façon efficace au sein d’une équipe de production.
• Se consacre non seulement à la compagnie, mais s’implique aussi dans la communauté.
• Possède au moins 5 ans d’expérience en tant qu’artiste œuvrant dans le milieu théâtrale.

Veuillez nous acheminer votre curriculum vitae et une lettre décrivant vos aptitudes pour l’emploi d’ici le 28 février 2018 à 17 h, à l’adresse suivante : administration@latroupedujour.ca à l’attention de Darcie Young, direction administrative

La Troupe du Jour ne communiquera qu’avec les personnes convoquées à une entrevue.

Continuing the Conversation......

February 12, 2018 Continuing the Conversation…. 

Time: 7:30pm – 9pm Location: The Refinery, Saskatoon

Check out our event page for more details
https://www.facebook.com/events/559731947733933/

The theatre industry in Saskatoon has been very active with a topic on Respectful Behaviour in theatre workplaces. As SATP wanted to take on a leadership role with its Respect & Equity Committee. The committee will present the next dialogue “Continuing the Conversation…” Feb. 12 for all individuals and organizations working in theatre.

In an effort to engage in a meaningful dialogue, send topics of what you want to talk about. sask.theatre@gmail.com

This evening’s structured meeting will ask important questions to fill the gaps around the important subject on how and what will help from SATP. Our specialist in power dynamics, Heather Fox Griffith joins our SATP Consent & Respect Committee Co-chairs, Jennica Grienke and Skye Brandon as our facilitator and counselor.

During the evening we will continue with a guided conversation on how the Saskatoon Theatre community sees SATP’s role.

If you are not comfortable talking at this event, please feel free to contact SATP with your thoughts at sask.theatre@gmail.com . All emails are kept confidental.

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Heather Fox Griffith provides training resources to individuals and groups interested in learning about narrative therapy and victim/survivor-centred restorative practices. Training services may be of interest to individuals and groups, community workers such as victims services workers, counselors, therapists, social workers, clergy, nurses, child and youth workers, psychologists, school counsellors and educators, addictions workers and more.

Heather is currently a doctoral candidate in the PhD Program offered by the Faculty of Education at the University of Regina in Saskatchewan. Her research interest is in the advancement of victimology and survivor studies and the development of relevant educational opportunities in higher education. She is a research associate with the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women/Institut Canadien de Rrecherches Sur Les Femmes. Some of Heather’s written work is available on Amazon.

 

Healthy Artists Workshop this Monday Feb 5th

Healthy Lifestyle Movement Class for Artists & Administrators


Don't miss this great opportunity to participate in our Healthy Artists series.

A unique series of approaches to developing human potential is important for not only our professional development in our careers but for long term appreciation and understanding how being a healthy artist affects our everyday life.

SATP believes movement is important as it equals longevity and our expansive space promotes movement. Effective movement brings awareness and efficiency into our ordinary movements of sitting, standing and walking. As we facilitate a shift in posture that allows the body to find an effortless upright structure we learn applications that brings exercises for self-care and professional development.

Collaborating with Sum Theatre Saskatoon, SATP offers a hands-on workshop talk to improve your strength, cardiovascular capacity, mobility, and agility in an environment that will keep you coming back for more. Learn how to effortlessly move on stage, in the office and in your home. Facilitator: Heather Morrison in collaboration with Sum Theatre.

Don't miss this important event with Nutritionist Marc W Morris and Heather Morrison as they discuss important recommended lifestyles while we work in the arts industry. Come prepared to learn some short workout routines great for the dressing room or when you are on the road.

FIRST HALF - We have the privilege to have a wonderful nutritionist as one of our speakers.

Marc Morris PhD, CSCS - Marc is a full-blown health enthusiast. Marc received an Honours Chemistry (Bio-organic Specialization) degree from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario. In academia, Marc’s experience ranges from playing “lab rat” as a healthy control to delivering two full university level courses (Advanced Metabolism and Macronutrients and Current Issues in Nutrition). He was also presented five conference abstracts at Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario. In 2009, he moved to the Prairies to pursue graduate school in Nutrition at the University of Saskatchewan, where he is currently working on his PhD in Nutrition.

As a strength athlete, Marc is a nationally-ranked Powerlifter, 2012 Westerns Raw Champion and attended the 2018 World Equipped Powerlifting |Championships. He has coached several athletes to the National level, including multiple podium finishes, and beyond. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Dr. Marc works full-time as a health coach - providing guidance to all those looking to improve their health and reach their fitness goals, specifically through resistance training and body recomposition.

SECOND HALF- Wear clothing appropriate for training for our second half of our the workshop. We will have a short guided workout for as we learn worthwhile stretches for the dressing room or when you are on the road. 

There is no charge for admission for SATP members. $10 for non members at the door. 

Save some money and join us today! https://sasktheatreprofessionals.ca/membership/

HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US AT THIS EVENT.

SAVE THE DATE

SAVE THE DATE

FEB. 12, 2018

SATP 's Consent and Respect Committee are planning Saskatoon's next event on continuing a dialogue on sexual consent and respect in our theatre workplaces.

Continuing the Conversation .... 

Time: 7:30 pm - 9 pm

Place: The Refinery

More details to come soon!

SATP New Resource Page

SATP is working on the new Resource Page.

Here are some links available to the theatre community who experience sexual harassment, assault or abuse. We are working together to find the resources for our toolkit to cultivate and support cultural leadership in Saskatchewan. We continue to develop guides on how to navigate these systems to access the support that will be most useful to you.

Let us know if you can think of some other suggestions. sask.theatre@gmail.com 

Globe Theatre General Audition Notice

General Audition Notice Globe Theatre

Globe Theatre will be holding general auditions in Regina, SK for the 2018|2019 season on:

Monday, February 26, 2018 – CAEA members only
Tuesday, February 27, 2018 – Non-Union

Actors are invited to apply for an audition time by sending an electronic copy of their resumé and headshot to auditions@globetheatrelive.com (please include ‘General Auditions’ in the subject line).

Submission deadline is Monday, February 12, 2018 at 5 pm CST.

Globe Theatre will contact individuals selected for auditions. Please note that video submissions will not be accepted.

Audition Requirements:

Two contrasting monologues selected from plays (monologues downloaded from the internet or from monologue books are not acceptable). One monologue should be from the contemporary repertoire and one should be from the classical repertoire. Each monologue should be no longer than 3 minutes in duration.

Actors who are professional singers with musical theatre training who wish to perform a song are welcome to do so. This is not a requirement of the audition. A piano and CD player will be available. Please note that an accompanist will not be provided.

Globe Theatre is committed to diverse, inclusive casting. Qualified performers are encouraged to submit without regard to age, disability, ethno-cultural identity or gender. Equity members will be seen first at all audition calls.

CAEA members: please bring your membership card to the audition.

Jayme Oakley Company Manager | Globe Theatre (306) 924-2839 │ jaymeo@globetheatrelive.com

job posting - General Manager Lyric Theatre

General Manager

Lyric Theatre, Swift Current
CONTACT e-mail: denise.lyrictheatre@gmail.com
Website: http://www.lyrictheatre.ca/

DEADLINE January 24, 2018

The Lyric Theatre, Swift Current

The Lyric Theatre is seeking a highly motivated, skilled and experienced individual to fill the position of General Manager. The position manages all aspects of theatre operations, including staff, and assists the Board of Directors to ensure the efficient execution of the programs and activities of the Lyric Theatre. A strong candidate would demonstrate the following competencies;
Highly effective time management and organizational skills.
Ability to manage multiple projects at a time.
Proficiency in the use of computer programs and software, and the use of office equipment.
Knowledge of management principles as they relate to non-profit/voluntary organizations.
Knowledge of marketing principles, and how to effectively execute a marketing strategy.
The ability to maintain neat and accurate records, experience with basic accounting procedures.
Experience in employee management.

A background in arts administration is an asset.
Employment Type: Permanent, Full-time
Starting Salary: $50,000 annually
Start Date: March 1, 2018