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Lincoln School of Creative Arts
Fixed term until the 1st of September 2024 and full time at 1.0 FTE
Sunday 09 July 2023
Wednesday 19 July 2023
Are you an experienced Lecturer in Musical Theatre, with specific experience in dance technique and choreography? If so, this could be the opportunity for you.
As part of the Lincoln School of Creative Arts, you will be to teach and assess student work across a range of practical and theoretical modules. You will have knowledge and a high level of professional expertise in Musical Theatre choreography and will be able to deliver practical skills training in the areas of Musical Theatre dancing, devising, and choreographing. You will be able to teach dance technique in at least two of the following areas: musical theatre jazz, contemporary ballet, and tap.
The Lincoln School of Creative Arts currently offers Undergraduate programmes in Dance, Drama & Theatre, Fine Art, Music, Creative Writing, and Technical Theatre & Stage Management, alongside a suite of M-level programmes and MPhil/PhD opportunities.
The School operates the Lincoln Arts Centre, which includes rehearsal studios and a 444-seat public theatre venue, with a rich legacy of developing small-scale theatre and performance groups who tour their work to regional venues, community clients, and national festivals.
We also offer students a range of technique classes, professional platforms to develop new work, opportunities to join our public-facing performance groups The Lincoln Company and the Lincoln Dance Collective, and involvement in practice-as-research projects. We take pride in an ethos of internationalism, interdisciplinarity, and collaboration, and we are committed to supporting diversity.
For an informal conversation about the role, please contact Robert Dean, Deputy Head of School, at [email protected] .
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