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“I still get excited by the magic that can happen when all these strangers come together and give themselves completely to a shared experience.” Christopher Samuel Carroll will share development of his wordless play, Icarus, on Sunday 22 April as part of First Seen 2018.

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The Street is Canberra’s professional theatre company and leading creative producer-presenter  dedicated to contemporary performance.  Inspired by our geography, history, and people, we champion creative process alongside finished work; rich dialogue with our community, and in our city of ideas, inquisitive artists who have something to say about the world.

The Street aims to enrich, support and sustain Canberra audiences by providing theatre of the highest quality made here in Canberra. The Street regularly programs original ACT theatre work as well as commissioning and developing original Australian performance works, and presenting a diverse music and comedy program.

We offer marketing, production, programming, administration, front of house, box office and development roles. If you’re interested in joining our team, please check below for a list of current job openings.

Current Vacancies

 

Casual Technical Staff

The Street Theatre employs multi-skilled casual technicians to assist in the maintenance of equipment and technical support of productions within a diverse program mix across three spaces in 2017.

Please send any expressions of interest with an attached CV to street@thestreet.org.au and lindab@thestreet.org.au to register your interest in any future positions.

 

Further information

Check out Take Part for information about opportunities for artists including casting opportunities.

Check out Join In for information about volunteering.

Location

15 Childers St,

City West ACT 2601

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Opening Hours

Monday - Friday: 10am - 3pm

+ 1.5 hours prior to performance

 

02 6247 1223
street@thestreet.org.au