Good Medicine Specialists Workshop and Audition Westerville, Ohio
Good Medicine Productions seeks local performing artists/actors to perform year-round in nursing homes and pediatric facilities. A specialty in variety skills such as physical comedy, improvisation, music, clowning, magic, juggling, dance or puppetry is a distinct advantage.
The position requires an open heart, maturity, selflessness, and a desire to use your artistic gifts to serve the needs of others. . It requires the ability to connect playfully with people of all ages from diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds. A well-developed funny bone is essential.
This is an ongoing, part-time, paid position. Daytime availability needed for minimum of twice a month.
Good Medicine Productions is a non-profit theater company with a mission to bring transformational joy to all humans, and especially hospitalized children and elderly in senior living facilities through the art of improvisation, comedic performance and innovative storytelling.
This is a non-union position
Paid training stipend.
Ongoing artistic development: classes with master teachers, individual coaching, annual professional development conference with other healthcare performing professionals around the country.
If you are interested in auditioning: Please CLICK ON THIS LINK to include the following info:
Your email and phone number
A note describing your interest in the position
We will follow up with more details once we receive your audition form. If you have any questions, contact artistic director Kristie Koehler Vuocolo at GoodMedicineProductionsED@gmail.com.
Good Medicine is committed to building a diverse ensemble and strongly encourages applications from artists of color and bi-lingual artists. Good Medicine is an equal opportunity employer.
Good Medicine is made possible in part by state tax dollars allocated by the Ohio Legislature to the Ohio Arts Council (OAC). The OAC is a state agency that funds and supports quality arts experiences to strengthen Ohio communities culturally, educationally, and economically.