Alethia Antonia is looking for an Experienced Producer to work  with across a range of projects starting April 2024.

Where: Remote

When: The initial period will be from the beginning of April 2024 to the end of August 2025 with the scope to extend.

Deadline for applications: 25/03/2024

About Alethia Antonia

Alethia (They/her) is an independent choreographer, performer, teacher and researcher.

Alethia’s practice incorporates a variety of movement practices, music, singing, and academic frames to explore artistic and socio-political questions related to identity. Their work aims to present narratives, develop methodologies and provoke discussions around individual and collective experiences related to feminine blackness that move away from stereotypical representation or existing in a place of invisibility. Their practice also explores accessibility, decolonisation and using dance as a place to reimagine and heal.

Alethia’s choreographic work has been presented in theatre (The Place, DanceEast, Lilian Baylis) galleries (UTA Artist Space, LA and Centre Pompidou, Paris) outdoors (National Theatre Riverstage, London Gallery Weekend) and in film contexts (Phoenix Dance Theatre and Sadler’s Wells Digital Programmes), with their research being supported by institutions such as Akram Khan Company, FABRIC, NSCD, Yorkshire Dance and Leeds Dance Partnership. They are a Work Place Artist at The Place and a part-time PhD student at De Montfort University with a Midlands4Cities scholarship.

Alongside their choreographic work, Alethia is an established performer who has worked with Russell Maliphant Company, Scottish Dance Theatre, James Cousin Company, James Wilton Dance and Theo Clinkard, amongst others, and is a guest lecturer for conservatoires, professional companies and youth dance schemes around the UK.

The Work

R&D of a new full-length work (Co-commissioned by Sadler’s Wells)

Touring of existing work Inscribed in “Me” (including touring through Rural Touring Dance Initiative)

Various independent commissions (including choreographic works, research and curation)

Locations: Onsite project work will be at different locations around the UK. Other work can be done remotely.

Hours/Days: Minimum 2.5 days per week (20 hours) with potential additional days for certain project-based work. Times and days of work are to be mutually agreed upon.

Fee: £250 per day.

How to apply:
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Please send a CV and a short letter of interest or a voice memo/video detailing your experience and why you are interested in the role to The deadline is 6 pm on March 25th 2024.

Suitable applicants will be invited to have an informal chat with Alethia (in person or over Zoom) w/c April 1st.

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