DIAVOLO SEEKS PERFORMERS FOR NEW SEASON
Diavolo is holding auditions for male and female touring company members for
the new season. Seeking performers with strong background in dance, partnering and acrobatics. Diavolo offers approximately 25-30 weeks of work for the season, including 6-10 weeks of rehearsal at our Los Angeles studio. Competitive pay rates for touring engagements, performers receive per diem plus transportation and hotels. Working environment is physically demanding and team-oriented. Opportunity to collaboratively choreograph new works in Diavolo’s style of Architecture in Motion under the direction of founding Artistic Director Jacques Heim (choreography credits include Cirque du Soleil and other special events worldwide). Recent artistic highlights include touring engagements to 25 cities during recent U.S. tour plus international shows at the Melbourne Arts Center in Melbourne, Australia and the Movimentos Festival in Wolfsburg, Germany.
Audition Date and Location:
Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
2501 Flora Street
Dallas, TX 75201
– Clothes you find comfortable and easy to move in.
– Professional resume, recent photo or headshot.
Please direct all inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Diavolo: Diavolo performs a distinct style of architecture in motion that
fuses many different movement vocabularies such as everyday movement, ballet,
contemporary, acrobatics, gymnastics, martial arts, and hip-hop. The company
was founded in Los Angeles in 1992 by Jacques Heim, whose credits outside
of the company include choreography for KA, the permanent Cirque du Soleil
show at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas. Diavolo has an extensive performance
history throughout the U.S, Europe, Asia, and Latin America; in over sixteen seasons
of touring, Diavolo has performed for hundreds of thousands of concertgoers
worldwide as well as millions more on television. The Los Angeles Philharmonic
commissioned Diavolo to create L’Espace du Temps, a trilogy of dance
works that each premiered with the orchestra at the Hollywood Bowl. Tens
of thousands of students each year attend the Company’s student matinees, inschool
assembly shows, community workshops, and award-winning master classes.
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