MonixArts is looking for an enthusiastic and committed producer to develop an ongoing relationship. The producer will work closely with Monica Nicolaides to build an ongoing programme of work and support the development of future works.
We are currently working on a dance film project – based on our latest work ‘SIGNS’ which was supported by ACE – and are looking for a producer who is interested and, ideally, has experience working on filmed projects.They should be interested in making and producing new work. Responsibilities would include partnership building, fundraising and company representation.
Monica, Artistic Director of MonixArts, has been working as a choreographer and dancer for over 8 years with performing credits including: BSkyB, mapdance, Birmingham Royal Ballet, London Olympics ceremonies, Warner Brothers, Dance Digital, Carpe Diem dance, Torifune Butoh-Sha, Universal Studios, Valentine Pictures, Lionsgate, Tesco amongst others.
Her work was performed at The Place, Lost Theatre, The Blue Elephant Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe, Edinburgh Zoo, Clarence Mews and was commissioned to choreograph for the University of Cumbria, Third Row Dance and the British Medical Association.
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Today was the last rehearsal day with my cast of 17 performers. Our last class and last studio run through of the show. The set is done. Lighting and sound cues are set and costume is finalised.
6 days till curtain call. This was an exciting time. It is inspiring to work with new talent, create ideas from scratch and really dig deep into BSL. Many moments of slight “torture” (mostly from me to them), i.e. class, drills and conditioning, unexpected developments of broken toes, pulled muscles and illnesses, alongside the victorious ball game of two teams, experimentations of hit and miss.
Watching them today, they have improved and come so far in only 7 weeks. Raw talent that is slowly developing. Now it’s a matter of making sure that it transfers and develops onstage.
I can’t wait to see the performance in the theatre next week. If they keep going as they have been, they will do me proud.
Further, we managed to raise money for Deaf awareness week in support to our show.
If you’re around Carlisle next Thursday-Saturday, come watch Hand Me That Sound at the Stanwix Theatre at 5:00pm (14th and 16th May) and 7:30pm (15th May).
Despite my temptation to move rehearsals outside in the ‘small field’ by the studios last week, it has been a hectic couple of days.
Progress.. 3/4 of the choreography is finalised – technically is more like 90% of it done with only some linking scenes missing – and 60% of the sound score is complete. The energy was booming, something I love witnessing when everyone is buzzing in the studio. It’s amazing what a bit of sunshine can do to you!
Production is well underway, with costumes essentially finalised, props almost finished, and marketing pushing hard. ‘Hand me that Sound’ tickets are available, and if you would like to know more about the performances take a look at Hand me that Sound.
Cannot believe how fast this process is going. Yet, I’m enjoying every minute of it. (The luxuries of having a studio to yourself for full 8 weeks). Till next week peeps.