Ball State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance seeks an individual with a commitment to collaborative discourse, interdisciplinary inquiry, and entrepreneurial learning practices as a musical theatre practitioner and voice teacher within a Nationally recognized BFA program in musical theatre.
The successful candidate will also take on a leadership role in the crafting of curriculum, recruitment of students, and building connections within the discipline that will further enhance the opportunities presented to our students during and after their matriculation.
Master’s degree with a minimum of five (5) years of experience as an artist, performer, musical director, or director on Broadway, major Regional Theatre, or Equity touring venues
One year of part-time or full-time teaching experience at the university/college level, gained concurrently or at any time.
Five years of experience as a musical theatre practitioner in professional venues.
Master’s degree in theatre, voice performance/pedagogy, or related discipline with a minimum of ten (10) years experience as an artist, performer, musical director, or director on Broadway or in major Regional Theatre venues
Three years of teaching experience at the university/college level.
Master voice teacher comfortable teaching all genres of musical theatre including legit, mix, belt, pop, and rock.
Ability to serve as a pianist for class and production work when needed.
Significant connections and recognitions within the professional musical theatre industry.
Excellent communication and organizational skills.
Ability to work collegially within a liberal-arts setting.... Read More