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Job Opportunities

We are currently looking to fill the following positions:

  • Stage Manager
  • Ticket Sales Assistant Supervisor
  • Development Director
  • Overhire Scenic Crew
  • Guest Services Seating Coordinator and Host – Part Time 
  • Weekend Birthday Party Assistant
  • Overhire Electrics Technicians

 

Please scroll down for information on Internships and our Call for Touring Artists Productions!

Position: STAGE MANAGER

The Center for Puppetry Arts is accepting resumes for contract stage managers for the 2019-2020 season. The Stage Manager will supervise performers, assist directors and conduct rehearsals, performances and meetings for any assigned production. The Stage Manager will also run all technical elements for Center productions, including but not limited to lights, sound, video and FX.   

The Center for Puppetry Arts is the largest nonprofit organization in the United States dedicated to the art form of puppetry. The Center produces 6 Family Season shows and 6-8 New Direction Series (Adult) shows and touring guest artist shows in 2 theaters.  The Center’s mission is to inspire imagination, education, and community through the global art of puppetry.  For further information, visit our website at www.puppet.org

Direct supervisors of this position are the Resident Stage Manager and Director (of contacted show) and the Departmental Supervisor is the Producer. The SM works closely with all other production personnel.

 Production Specific Responsibilities:

  • Generating and maintaining all show related paper work; eg scripts, calendars, contact info, reports ect.
  • Supervision of puppeteers
  • Supervision of a production’s rehearsal period
    • Generation and distribution of rehearsal reports
    • Generation and supervision of technical notes
    • Script supervision and distribution of revisions
    • Recording and updating all Blocking and Choreography
    • Being “On Book” for performers
    • Maintaining all pre production lists
    • Generating show specific lists
    • Supplying puppeteers with rehearsal needs
    • Operation of all equipment necessary for rehearsals, including but not limited to: Sound, Overhead projectors, halogen shadow lights, recorded media and reporting equipment failure to appropriate Production Personnel
    • Maintaining schedule of rehearsal period and calls
  • Running of daily production meetings (once production moves on stage)
  • Organization and running of Technical Rehearsals
    • Generating Running (Tech) Scripts
    • Coordination of Technical Rehearsal schedule with all required personnel
    • Supervision and organization of Puppeteers for technical process
    • Maintenance and oversight of Technical Rehearsal Periods and schedules
    • Operation of all technical systems required for the particular production, which may include but are not limited to: light boards, non dims, sound mixing boards, Q lab, Power Point, Compact Discs, Microphones, DVD’s, Video Mixers, vocal effects units, and other equipment.
    • Performing all technical operations of the production on a daily basis:
      • Maintaining the highest possible performance standards
      • Performing the pre show announcements live for each and every show
      • Adjusting and performing all sound to the needs of the size and conditions of the house
      • Being able to make all technical adjustments as needed for any contingency while the show is running without stopping the flow of the performance: e.g. Adjusting for failed equipment, slipped or failed microphone, adjusting cues to accommodate an injured or ill performer or understudy, in short, any situation that may affect the show.
  • Maintaining the run of the production
    • Generating and distributing daily reports on the status of the production
    • Effecting minor repairs to puppets, props, and set items to maintain the production values of the performance
    • Making sure that all repair notes (minor and major) are completed in time for the next performance, or scheduling shop time and assistance for more complicated repairs
    • Maintaining the Director’s rehearsal process and notes throughout the run of the production
    • Opening and closing the theater and Green Room areas
    • All pre show and post show stage duties
    • Overseeing the call and warm-ups and needs of and for the puppeteers
    • Daily Maintenance of all Microphone units
    • Daily Running and operation of all, lights, sound, media and SPFX for the production
    • Scheduling and/or coordinating archival recordings and photo calls
    • Maintaining all safety and emergency procedures and equipment
    • Assistance with strike
    • Completion of show book and going over Show Book Checklist with the RSM
  • Daily coordination with Ticketing, House Staff, and cast to begin a performance
  • Reporting to Building Supervisor or Production Personnel any maintenance issues that may arise in the House or Stage respectively.
  • Maintenance of wardrobe for the production
    • Daily Laundry
    • Weekly Dry Cleaning
    • Inventory and Maintenance of puppeteer needs for production
  • Other duties as assigned

 

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

-BA or BFA in Theater or related discipline (preferably in stage management) – or - Equivalent professional experience
-Previous stage management experience
-Proficient in PC and Mac Platforms
-Proficient in Q-Lab programming (Show Control, Audio, and Video)
-Experience in Live Sound Mixing of a minimum of 12 channels
-Experience with wireless microphones
-Experience with running projections
-Working knowledge and experience in Sound Engineering
-Working knowledge of Digital Sound Boards (i.e. Allen & Heath Dlive)
-Working knowledge and basic programming of ETC Ion light console
-Working knowledge of musical notations and choreography
-Experience with basic tools and repair techniques (for puppets, props, set, and paint)
-Very strong organizational skills
-Excellent concentration and multi-tasking abilities
-Strong interpersonal skills
-Strong leadership skills
-Able and willing to work independently at times with minimal supervision, but is also able to work as a part of a team
-Valid Driver’s License

 To apply:  

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@puppet.org  or

Center for Puppetry Arts

Attn: HR

1404 Spring St. N.W.

Atlanta, GA  30309. 

 

Ticket Sales Assistant Supervisor

 

SUMMARY:

The Ticket Sales Assistant Supervisor’s overall responsibility is to assist the Ticket Sales Director in managing the day to day operations of the ticket sales office at the Center for Puppetry Arts.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Supervise Ticket Sales department staff including House
  • Manage daily reconciliation and deposits
  • Manage group sales orders and follow through with all procedures including confirmation of orders and finalizing payment of orders with group leaders 
  • Sell memberships to customers.
  • Support the Ticket Sales Director as needed.
  • Work extended and/or irregular hours including nights, weekends and around holidays, as needed.
  • Conduct Sales Calls when needed to groups to encourage early booking
  • Sell to customers at the window and over the phone
  • Effectively manage the ticket sales office in the absence of the Ticket Sales Director.

SKILLS REQUIRED:

Position requires ability to:

  • At least 2 years experience with a computerized ticketing system.
  • Tessitura ticketing system experience preferred.
  • Experience building events and managing promotions on a computerized ticketing system preferred but not required.
  • Microsoft Word and Excel required.
  • Demonstrate exceptional skills in customer relations, communications and problem-solving.
  • Provide the highest level of customer service and assure all customer issues are dealt with in an efficient and professional manner.
  • Follow oral and written instructions and communicate effectively with others in both oral and written form.
  • Organize and prioritize work to meet deadlines.
  • Work effectively under pressure and/or stringent schedule and produce accurate results.
  • Work independently, exercising judgment and initiative.
  • Maintain an effective working relationship with other departments, patrons and others encountered in the course of employment.
  • Remain flexible and adjust to situations as they occur.
  • Knowledge of basic Ticketing customer service best practices.

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

Undergraduate degree required. Two (2) years ticket related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Send resume and salary history to carolvanleer@puppet.org or mail to Ticket Sales Director, Center for Puppetry Arts, 1404 Spring Street, Atlanta, GA 30309.  No phone calls, please.

Development Director

Position Summary

Reporting to the Executive Director, this role oversees all aspects of fundraising for the Center – including corporate, foundation, and government grants; sponsorships; membership; individual and board giving; the annual fund; donor events; an annual gala; donor cultivation, stewardship, and reporting; planned giving; capital campaigns; and birthday parties and event rentals. This role entails managing a team of 4 full-time staff members (and part-time staff/interns as needed) and working closely alongside the Board of Directors and its various committees. Applicant must have 4-6 years of fundraising experience, preferably in an arts or culture organization. This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position.

 

Responsibilities

  •   Prepare department strategies (short and long term) to meet annual fundraising goals and enlist support from members of staff, the Board of Directors, donors, and volunteers.
  •   Seek, ask, and close individual gifts for the Center with a focus on major gifts. Support board members and Executive Director in making the request for funding.
  •   Lead, manage, coach, and evaluate development staff.
  •   Work with Center leadership and board to prepare and administer department budget, projecting and achieving goals for both revenue and expenses.
  •   Work closely with Executive Director to facilitate all board activities and serve as development officer for the Center’s key development partners, sponsor companies and prospective donors (and their legal and financial advisors).
  •   Expand the individual giving programs and stewardship of new donors
  •   Develop a planned giving program including gift solicitations, frequent contact with donors, prospective donors (and their legal and financial advisors).
  •   Supervise research and writing of grant proposals for corporations, foundations, and government prospects and edit/review each grant before submission.
  •   Oversee the planning and execution of special events, parties, and fundraising events to maximize net financial results from such efforts – particularly the annual String Fling Gala, held each September and Puppets for Puppetry event every other year, hosted in conjunction with The Jim Henson Company.
  •   Establish development policies, systems, and procedures, with emphasis on ethical standards for soliciting and reporting gifts (in-kind and cash) and for meeting expectations of donors (individual, corporate, foundation, and government).
  •   Supervise the use of donor software and records, ensuring donor privacy, data accuracy, and timeliness of all reporting.
  •   Other duties as assigned

 

Qualifications & Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in non-profit management or related field
  • Passion for fundraising, nonprofits, the arts, and the work of the Center
  • 4-6 years’ experience in development/fundraising with demonstrated success
  • Excellent communication, writing, planning, teamwork, and interpersonal skills.
  • Proven track record of securing gifts
  • High level of organizational skills, detail-oriented, and able to work in a fast-paced environment and manage multiple projects simultaneously
  • Experience with Raiser’s Edge and Tessitura systems preferred

 

Instructions for application:

Please cover letter and resume to: hr@puppet.org  or Center for Puppetry Arts, Attn: Lisa Rhodes, 1404 Spring St. N.W., Atlanta, GA  30309.  No phone calls, please.

 

Overhire Scenic Crew


POSITION SUMMARY

The Center for Puppetry Arts is accepting resumes to fill its ever-growing list of scenic artists, craftsmen, and technicians for part time opportunities on an as-needed basis. Specific duties may range from general technical assistance to specific artistry projects. The expected duties are outlined by the Technical Director during the planning process to fill specific needs. Scene shop crew are encouraged to discuss interest in upcoming projects.  

Responsibilities cover a variety of disciplines, including but not limited to the following:

  • Load-in, changeover, or strike of Center productions and events.
  • Moving scenery in or out of storage.
  • Repair and touch-up of all scenic elements.
  • Building, painting, and dressing scenery.
  • Planning builds, which could involve drafting, rendering, or prototyping.
  • Maintain a clean and orderly shop with appropriately functioning equipment.
  • Assist with Center activities, as needed.

Physical Demands:

  • Comfortable working on ladders and the ability to move and manipulate 80-pound ladders
  • Ability to lift and carry a minimum of 50 pounds regularly.
  • Ability to stand for long periods, squatting kneeling

Required Qualifications:

  • Three years of formal theatre education or professional experience.
  • Troubleshooting and problem-solving.
  • Willingness to adapt to different fabrication processes.
  • Motivated and responsible.
  • Healthy sense of humor.
  • Team-oriented attitude.

Desired Skills (any level of each can be helpful and should be discussed with the Technical Director):

  • Stage Technician (confident installing or striking a range of scenic elements)
  • Woodworking (from scenic carpentry to furniture craft and everything in between)
  • Metalworking (welding, smithing, machining, etc)
  • Rigging
  • Carving
  • Painting (Scenic artistry to faux finishing)
  • Crafting and dressing
  • Tetris-ing (Packing and storing efficiently)
  • Planning (Outlining, drafting, samples, etc)
  • Working in a dead-hung space
  • Use of hoists and lifts.

Overhire Scenic Crew are compensated on an hourly basis.

Organization Background:  The Center for Puppetry Arts is the largest nonprofit organization in the United States dedicated to the art form of puppetry.  For further information, visit our website at www.puppet.org

To apply:  

Please send cover letter, resume and portfolio (if available) to:  hr@puppet.org  

Please note any attachment over 10 MB may need to be sent in separate emails.  

 

Guest Services Seating Coordinator and Host – Part time  

 

SUMMARY:

The Guest Services staff are responsible for seating the Center’s patrons in a friendly manner in the theater by providing courteous and effective customer service at the Center for Puppetry Arts performances and museum. The Guest Services staff assist the ticket sales department in solving any customer service issues so that patrons will want to return.  This position reports to the Ticket Sales Director.


MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manage the seating of patrons for events at the Center for Puppetry Arts in a positive and friendly manner so that customers will want to return.
  • Analyze ticket sales reports to ensure proper seating for General Admission events and Reserved seating events.
  • Print, fold and distribute programs and ensure that every adult patron receives a program
  • Work as a team with ticket sales staff and museum staff in managing lines of people entering the theater

 

SKILLS REQUIRED:

Position requires the ability to:

  • Demonstrate exceptional and positive skills by verbally welcoming guest to the Center for Puppetry Arts as well as thanking guests for attending after the performance ends.
  • Outstanding customer relations, communications and problem-solving in a fast-paced environment: seating school groups, families and individual patrons.
  • Coordinate with the Ticket Sales office to analyze daily school group and patron  activity for seating each performance 
  • Coordinate with Production on specific requirements for each performance. i.e. late seating, seating restrictions, etc
  • Deal effectively with special seating requirements
  • Follow oral and written instructions and communicate effectively with other the Ticket Sales personnel and other House Management  
  • Work effectively under pressure to ensure all patrons are seated in a courteous and friendly manner before show time.
  • Manage the Theatre during show time with courteous attention to patrons moving about the Theatre. 
  • Work independently, exercising judgment and initiative.
  • Remain flexible and adjust to situations as they occur.

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

High school diploma required.  Guest Service experience in Theater preferred; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  


Send resume to carolvanleer@puppet.org or mail to Ticket Sales Director, Center for Puppetry Arts, 1404 Spring Street, Atlanta, GA 30309.  No phone calls, please.

Weekend Birthday Party Assistant

 

ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND:

The Center for Puppetry Arts is the largest nonprofit organization in the United States dedicated to the art form of puppetry. It is a uniquely creative cultural destination dedicated to celebrating the magic and wonder of puppetry by inspiring imaginations and entertaining the young at heart in all we do. The Center’s high quality, accessible programming encompasses three areas: performance, museum and education. All programs for school-age children are designed to support curriculum standards in order to enhance classroom learning in a unique way.

POSITION SUMMARY

Reports to the Birthday & Rentals Coordinator as part of the Development Department. The Weekend Birthday Party Assistant is responsible for assisting with birthday parties on weekends, on an as-needed basis. This is an occasional/part-time role.


RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Arrive with enough time to make sure party rooms are cleaned/set up and everything is in order before birthday party groups arrive.
  • Verify attendance numbers with Education staff and with the Ticketing attendance report before the groups arrive.
  • Help birthday parent(s) unload items from their car such as decorations and food. Parents are responsible for hanging/setting up any permitted decorations in the party room themselves, but the Weekend Birthday Party Assistant is expected to help if needed or if the parent(s) are in obvious need of an extra hand.
  • Greet and show birthday family to their party room upon arrival. Give parent(s) a run-through of their schedule and review with them what to expect. 
  • Direct party groups to all of their activities – the performance, Create-A-Puppet Workshop™, party room, and/or Museum – and make sure they arrive on time for each activity.
  • Be mindful of where the party groups need to be and when.  Sometimes, parties will overlap and this will require asking for help from another staff member to manage traffic flow.
  • Station yourself in the main floor breezeway area when not with a party group, so you are easily accessible in case birthday group needs assistance.
  • Verify ticket count with birthday parent(s) before party ends and if necessary, issue rain checks or direct patron to the ticket office to settle up any remaining fees.
  • Sweep floor, wipe tables, take out trash, and reset for the next party or next day. Clear away tables, chairs, and birthday thrones if there are no more parties that weekend.
  • Record notes on the actual number of tickets used, extra payments made or rain checks issued, and any issues or comments from the party; leave these notes for the Birthday & Rentals Coordinator to review.
  • Write thank-you notes to birthday parents and leave for the Birthday & Rentals Coordinator to mail.
  • Assist with miscellaneous events and rentals as your schedule and availability permits, on an as-needed/as-agreed-upon basis.

 

QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS: 

  • Passion for the Center’s mission of inspiring imagination, education, and community for the global art of puppetry.
  • Outgoing personality
  • Crowd management skills and ability to politely “take charge,” especially with regard to managing multiple groups of people simultaneously
  • Strong customer service skills, including the ability to interact with guests in a friendly and professional manner and smoothly resolve any issues that may arise
  • Ability to anticipate guest needs

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICATION:

Please send your resume, along with a letter of interest and salary requirement to: Hilary Meredith, Membership Manager, hilarymeredith@puppet.org. No phone calls, please.

Overhire Electrics Technicians


POSITION SUMMARY

The Center for Puppetry Arts is accepting resumes from theatre technicians with skills in electrics, sound, and video for part time opportunities on an as-needed basis.

Primary responsibilities will be to assist in the operations of the electrics shop, including but not limited to the following:

  • Assist in the changeover of shows, which includes installing the lighting, audio, and video needs for Center and guest artist productions
    • Hang, circuit, and focus lighting plots
    • Prepare sound systems for rehearsals and performances 
    • Hang and focus of video projection equipment
  • Prep upcoming shows (building practicals, pulling gear, cutting gel, etc.
  • Help to maintain and organize the Electrics shop, keeping it in a state of readiness for upcoming events 
  • Repair and maintain equipment
  • Fulfill the electric needs for other Center activities (events, tours, etc.)

 

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  •          Three years of formal theatre education or professional experience
  •          Skills in lighting and sound system operations
  •          Skills in electrical, audio, and video wiring
  •          Skills in trouble shooting and problem solving
  •          Motivated and responsible
  •          Team-oriented attitude
  •          Comfortable working on ladders (all spaces have dead-hung grids)
  •          Ability to lift and carry a minimum of 50 pounds regularly
  •          Knowledge of ETC Lighting equipment and Q-lab

 

Overhire Electrics Technicians are compensated on an hourly basis.

The Center for Puppetry Arts is a non-profit multi-division organization featuring a production department along with museum and education departments. The production department produces an average of 8 new works and/or remounts per season. In addition to in-house productions, the Center also hosts a wide variety of guest artists and event rentals. 

The Electrics division of the Center is responsible for overseeing the operations and maintenance of lighting, audio and video for the production department. The Production Department operates two theatres (330 and 170 seat) that employ show automation control to co-ordinate audio, video, and lighting cues. The Center also runs a full complement of wireless microphones and a healthy inventory of lighting equipment for its productions. In addition to working with show operation hardware, the electrics department is called upon to create unique solutions for the technical needs of puppet theatre as well as ways to allow multigenerational equipment to work together efficiently. Occasionally, the electrics department is also called upon to work with the museum to assist with maintenance and the creation of new exhibits. 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICATION:

To be considered, please mail or email your resume to the following: 

Center for Puppetry Arts
ATTN: Production Department
1404 Spring Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30309-2820 USA
 

or Email HR@puppet.org. In the subject line: "Name-Overhire Electrics Technician"   (Example: John Smith-Overhire Electrics Technician)

Internships

Are you looking for invaluable nonprofit work experience, professional connections in the arts community, and to be a part of one of the most dynamic places in Atlanta?   Interns at the Center for Puppetry Arts are an integral part of our organization and our goal is to inspire interest in the arts through an in-depth view of our administrative and artistic processes.

Available Internships for Spring 2019

  • Museum: Collections Management
  • Development/Fundraising
  • Museum: Exhibitions 
  • Museum: Library | Archives
  • Musuem: Education
  • Production: Performance  
  • Production: Stage Management 


Click here for application instructions and FAQ. 

Fall Session: September- December (12-15 weeks)
Application Deadline: July 30th

Spring/Winter Session: February- May (12-15 weeks)           
Application Deadline: December 19th
 
Summer Session: June- August/September (12-15 weeks)
Application Deadline:  April 14th



Internship Descriptions 

Development/Fundraising Internship: 

Development interns assist with the writing and production of fundraising appeals, researching potential contributors and fundraising ideas, and assisting with the planning, organization, and logistics of cultivation parties and other special events.
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Graphic Design Internship:
Graphic Design interns’ duties include assisting with the creation of various materials such as print and online ads; flyers, invitations, and other printed items; photo illustrations and emails; as well as possible video projects.
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Museum Education Internship:
Under the supervision of the Museum Services Coordinator, Museum Education interns will assist with the daily operations involved in running a small museum. Interns will be trained to give tours and conduct educational programming designed to help museum patrons of all ages and backgrounds interact and explore the art of puppetry.
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Collections Management:
The Center for Puppetry Arts seeks an intern to assist the Collections Manager in the Museum department. This internship grants broad hands-on experience in collections management and preventive conservation with emphasis on object  handling, cataloging, rehousing, and condition reporting. Tutorials and workshops will be conducted to expose the intern to various aspects of the collections field
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Exhibitions Internship:
The Center for Puppetry Arts seeks an intern to assist the Exhibitions Director in the Museum department. This internship grants broad hands-on experience in exhibit research, curatorial writing, and collections management.
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Library/Archives Internship: 
The Center for Puppetry Arts seeks an intern to assist the Museum department with processing manuscript collections in the Nancy Staub Puppetry Research Library. This internship provides the intern with valuable hands-on experience processing collections including organization, rehousing, data entry, and creating finding aids for researchers.
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Electrics Internship: 
Assist the Resident Production staff with the implementation of lighting, sound, and video elements for upcoming CPA productions. Duties may include: the hang, circuit, and focus of lighting plots, preparing sound systems for rehearsals and performances, the repair and maintenance of equipment and fulfilling the electric needs of other Center activities. 
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Puppet Building Internship: 
Assisting Resident Puppet Builders with the construction of puppets, props, and costumes for upcoming CPA productions. Duties may include sewing, patterning, foam patterning and fabrication, molding and casting, sculpting, painting and basic woodwork. 
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Performance Internship
The Center for Puppetry Arts’ Performance Internship program provides a practical learning experience to the individual interested in pursuing a career in professional theater. The focus of the program will be active participation in a Center production from the first day of rehearsal until final strike. During the rehearsal period, the Intern will observe the development of the production as script, design, movement, and character are adjusted to meet the specific demands of the puppet theater and the Director’s vision.
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Stage Management Internship:
The Center for Puppetry Arts’ Performance Internship program provides a practical learning experience to the individual interested in pursuing a career in professional theater. Through hands-on activities, the program seeks to instill a fundamental understanding of the workings of a professional puppetry company.
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Directing Internship: 
The Center for Puppetry Arts’ Directing Internship program provides a practical learning experience to the individual interested in pursuing a career in professional theater. During the rehearsal period, the Intern will observe the development of the production as script, design, movement, and character are adjusted to meet the specific demands of the puppet theater and the Director’s vision.
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CALL FOR TOURING ARTIST PRODUCTIONS

Family Series & New Directions Series for Adults and Teens

The Center for Puppetry Arts strives to present the best in puppetry and therefore is always seeking engaging puppet productions from both the United States and abroad. 

Companies selected to perform in our Family Series generally perform 13 shows per week (Tues-Fri: 10am & 11:30am, Sat: 11am, 1pm & 3pm, Sun: 1pm & 3pm) for 1-3 weeks. Performances last 45-50 minutes, and include a brief puppet demonstration following the show. Target audience age range is 4-10 years.  

Companies selected to perform in our New Directions Series for Adults and Teens generally perform 4-8 shows per week (schedule varies) for 1-2 weeks. Performances last 1-2 hours, and may include audience discussions following the show. Target audience age ranges are either 12+ (for teens and adults) or 18+ (adults only).

BOOKING CYCLE:
The Center’s season runs July 1-June 30.  Booking generally takes place 10-12 months before the beginning of each season. 

SUBMISSIONS:

To submit your production for consideration, please send a cover letter, tech rider (including required stage dimensions, sound/light/projection needs, number of people traveling with the show & any other essential elements the Center would need to provide to present your show) and video of the complete show to be considered. We do not select shows based on excerpts or highlight reels. If you wish multiple shows to be considered, please submit a complete package for each.
  
Center for Puppetry Arts
c/o Production Department
1404 Spring Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30309-2820 USA
 

With your permission, we would like to add your video to our library collection after our review process has concluded. DVDs in the library are available for scholars and puppeteers to view by appointment on the premises and do not leave the library. Please specify your preference in your cover letter. If you would prefer that we return your DVD to you, please include a self-addressed mailer, and we will return it as soon after viewing as possible. 

If you have any questions regarding submissions, please email kristinhaverty@puppet.org.