Sunday, July 31, 2005

I'm a Follower Too

From SBR: Selectively Biased Rants

1. Reply with your name and I'll respond with something random about you.
2. I'll tell you what song/movie reminds me of you.
3. I'll pick a flavor of jello to wrestle with you in.
4. I'll say something that only makes sense to you and me (maybe/maybe not).
5. I'll tell you my first memory of you.
6. I'll tell you what animal you remind me of.
7. I'll ask you something that I've always wondered about you.
8. If I do this for you, you must post this on your journal.

18 comments:

BabelBabe said...

ok, David, I will bite because it's Monday morning, I have a full day of two toddlers ahead of me, and I can't drink so I'll take any diversion I can get. Have at it.

Anonymous said...

kinda frightening... but the boss is on vaca, so i'm game. - lindsay

David said...

First - I am making a change. Instead of picking an animal to represent you, I am picking you out a job from the 8/1 ArtSEARCH.

All hail ArtSEARCH!

David said...

Babelbabe...

1. You were always fascinated by tweeds.

2. Say Anything "GET OUT OF THE BATHTUB MR. COURT!!!"

3. Oh but if the thought had come up in time. Hmm. Strawberry-Kiwi

4. (although I wasn't actually part of this) Dance Break

5. This unfortunately must just be as one of the legion of people in Debi's class. My favorite of that period though is that one night, late, I was at your door in Donner and I heard you on the phone so I waited for you to be done and then I knocked and you screamed "WHAT" from inside. I almost ran away. I think you were tired.

6. ARTISTIC ASSOCIATE/DRAMATURG - Atlanta, GA, US
Job posted on June 30, 2005

The Alliance Theatre is a LORT B, D and TYA theatre producing premieres, classics, contemporary works and productions for children. Associate would report directly to Artistic Director and work in partnership with theatre’s Literary Manager and resident directors. Responsibilities include managing and growing theatre’s Kendeda Graduate Playwriting Competition, a national competition whose winner receives a full production in the theatre’s subscription season; managing all playwrights working with the theatre on current or future projects; overseeing production dramaturgy; representing the artistic voice of the theatre to staff, audience, and community; and participating in season planning. Requirements: Previous experience as member of artistic staff or demonstrated leadership in the field of literary management and/or dramaturgy; deep familiarity with the dramatic canon—both classic and contemporary--and demonstrated relationships with current field artists and leaders; superior critical analysis skills and corresponding written and verbal skills with which to convey them. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Send letter, resume, salary requirements and references to: Associate Search, THE ALLIANCE THEATRE, 1280 Peachtree Street, NE, Atlanta, GA 30309. Email: atcliterary@woodruffcenter.org. The Alliance Theatre is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

7. Really, were all those phi cap parties all that and a bag of chips?

David said...

Lindsay...

1. You were the first student to pass out cold on the futon in my office.

2. All I Wnna Do - Sheryl Crow

3. Magical Twist

4. Suck it up Cupcake

5. A blank stare from a room full of students who were wondering just what they had got themselves into (but a good natured blank stare).

6. PRODUCTION MANAGER - montgomery, AL
Job posted on July 18, 2005

Alabama Shakespeare Festival (ASF), a LORT B & D company with a $7.5 million budget located in Montgomery, seeks a Production Manager for 11-show season in 2 theatres, Responsibilities include hiring and oversight of production staff, developing and maintaining production schedules, budget management, oversight of theatre use and management, and ensuring the quality of all production aspects. The Production Manager also teaches classes in MFA management programs. Candidates should possess excellent leadership, communication, organizational, problem-solving, and collaborative skills. 3 years LORT production management experience required. Excellent salary commensurate with qualifications and experience; appointment begins immediately. Send letter, resume, and three professional references to: Human Resources, ALABAMA SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL, 1 Festival Drive, Montgomery, AL 36117. Email: hr@asf.net.

7. Are you ever going to finish that paper?

Ellen said...

Ok, now I am curious :) do me!

-Ellen

Katy said...

Curiousity killed the cat... or at least my time... I'm in.

Anonymous said...

interesting... do we need to answer back? - lindsay

Anonymous said...

... and the answer is YES I AM! i swear...

Anonymous said...

Oh man, this might be scary. What the heck, I'll play along. My lj needs an update...
~Kate

Anonymous said...

Pick me!

The Duck of Speed (a.k.a. Lavina)

David said...

Ellen...

1. You did really great work for me in a class that I think ultimately has very little do do with your life. You didn't have to do that, but you did anyway. That's cool.

2. Real Genius - I have no good reason.

3. Peach, although there may be some impropriety to be assessed here first.

4. Maybe when they're done we'll play your sequenced recording next to the mechanical and see what it sounds like.

5. Undoubtably in a blur of a CAD class.

6. ASSOCIATE TO FULL PROFESSOR OF SOUND DESIGN - Irvine, CA
Job posted on August 1, 2005

The Drama Department at the University of California, Irvine invites applications for a full-time tenure position (Associate to Full Professor) in Theatrical Sound Design. Candidates must have outstanding professional credits in theatrical sound design, plus a strong commitment to teaching, training, and working in a university environment. Mastery of the latest developments in audio technology, a solid foundation in the history and literature of drama and dramaturgy, and a broad knowledge of world-wide musical styles are also essential. Additional qualifications may include musical composition and/or research interests in audio science and technology. This is the first of two positions in Sound Design expected to be filled within the next two years. Applications must include, together with a comprehensive letter of introduction, a complete resume of professional and (where applicable) academic experience, at least five non-returnable and clearly-labeled CDs of representative work, a statement of teaching interests and (where applicable) previous teaching experience, and three letters of recommendation - or the names, positions, and telephone numbers/email addresses of at least three qualified referees. Submit materials to Sound Design Search Committee, Department of Drama, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Irvine 92697-2775. Application deadline: November 15 or until position is filled. The University of California, Irvine, has an active career partner program and is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity.

7. Are you getting enough sleep?

David said...

Kate...

1. Who'd-a-thunk you'd be a PTM?

2. Freebird

3. No Jello for currently enrolled students.

4. "Boevers is kinda cool when he's been drinking."

5. Mostly from chatting online from after your breif foray into academia. I don't think I really registered before that.

6. ASSISTANT PRODUCTION MANAGER - Knoxville, TN, US
Job posted on July 14, 2005

The Clarence Brown Theatre, at the University of Tennessee – Knoxville, seeks an Assistant Production Manager for a full-time position with benefits. Of its 6-show season, three shows are produced under a LORT D contract. This position will report directly to the Production Manager. Principal duties include assistance with the administrative day-to-day aspects of theatrical productions, facility maintenance, rental supervision of outside groups, and crew assignments. Ideal candidate must have at least 2 years of experience in a professional theatre setting. Stage management or production management experience helpful. Strong written and verbal communication skills, organizational skills, time management, and computer knowledge required. Evening, weekend, and holiday work occasionally required. Please send cover letter and resume with phone numbers of three references to Laura Sims, Production Manager, CLARENCE BROWN THEATRE, 206 McClung Tower, Knoxville, TN 37996. Email: lsims@utk.edu.

7. Do you miss designing?

Anonymous said...

I wanna play, but i don't have a journal to post to.

shellie stone

David said...

Katy...

1. You're a paperwork machine.

2. Green Eyed Lady

3. Berry Blue

4. Beware of Shiny Object Boy

5. I remember you critting your first year before I had you in class. Something about some huge group project for Basic Design.

6. ASSISTANT TECHNICAL DIRECTOR - Houston, TX, US
Job posted on August 2, 2005

The nationally recognized Alley Theatre (LORT B and C) seeks qualified individual for year-round position of Assistant Technical Director. Major responsibilities include CAD drafting with AutoCAD 2005, ordering materials and supplies, working with motion control, and shop supervision. Computer skills necessary. The Alley produces a minimum of nine shows in two spaces over ten months, plus a two-show summer series. Ability to work with varied personalities and time tables a must. Salary commensurate with experience plus benefits package. Send resume and references to Kristin Fox Siegmund, Production Manager, ALLEY THEATRE, 615 Texas Ave., Houston, TX 77002. Fax: 713-228-0527. Email: jamieg@alleytheatre.org. No phone calls, please. EOE.

7. Are you really a klutz?

David said...

Lavina...

1. you are the duck of speed (I have no idea what that means).

2. The Guru (thats a cop out).

3. Grape

4. Really, you can't part in front of Love's.

5. Another freshman crit. Woohoo

6. DRAMATURG - Houston, TX
Job posted on July 25, 2005

The nationally recognized Alley Theate (LORT B+C) seeks individual for position of Dramaturg. Qualified candidates will have a degree in dramatic literature, dramaturgy, or similar discipline, excellent writing and communication skills, and, ideally, experience working in a literary capacity at a professional theatre. The Dramaturg will report to the Artistic Director, and will be the primary literary resource on the artistic staff. Dramaturg will play a crucial role in the development of the Alley’s new play program. Job duties include providing dramaturgical research and rehearsal support for all productions, workshops, and readings, editing and preparing scripts, speaking at events and moderating discussions, reading and evaluating script submissions and writing and editing articles for Alley publications. Salary commensurate with experience plus benefits package. Please send resume and references to Dramaturg Search, ALLEY THEATRE, 615 Texas Ave., Houston, TX 77002. Fax: 713-228-0527. Email: kathrynt@alleytheatre.org No phone calls, please. EOE.

7. Just what is the duck of speed?

David said...

Shellie...

no blog, no play.

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