We're looking for new directors to work with!
Are you a director or student director? Do you speak English reasonably well? Are you looking for a fun group to direct? If you answered yes to all these questions, then this page may be for you!
At the moment, we are looking for directors to give courses/production during our first semester, from September 2021 to December 2021.
But what does it mean to give a course/production with Alles Is Drama?
Well, I'm glad you asked!
Giving a course with Alles Is Drama means being available one day between Monday and Thursday from 19.00 to 22.00. You would be teaching a group of around 12 people, all members of Alles Is Drama. The number of courses during the semester generally varies between 10 and 12 courses.
The compensation can be discussed with the current board members.
What type of profiles are we looking for?
- As a director or student director, we would, first of all, expect you to be enthusiastic about your course.
- We also expect you to have somewhat of a plan and a general theme for your lessons. This can definitely be discussed with the board if you don't have any ideas yet. Here are a few examples of the courses/productions we've given so far:
- Theatre From Song
- Fiction Film, from Pre- to Post-
- Body Movements for Actors and Directors
- Technical Difficulties
- Furthermore, we expect you to be open to constructive feedback. We are a student association and we try to give our members exactly what they want. This means you will be receiving feedback (when necessary) as the sessions go by.
- On a more practical note, you need to be able to teach in English. Our association is very international, so all our courses and productions are given in English.
- As a student association, we do not have a big budget. You will get paid for your time, but unfortunately, we do not have the funds necessary to make it much.
If you are interested and/or require more information, you can contact us on all our social media. We hope to hear from you!
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