GIGS with DANCE & Theatre
by Jennifer Duran
... Do you enjoy fashion design? Do you stay up at night bringing characters in television and film to life through color, material, flow, and body movement? As a costume designer you create the very important mood and look of a period by way of wardrobe and props. In this job you get to research, design, purchase and produce the costumes and props to portray a character's culture, age, personality, and living conditions in a particular time in history.
Are you interested in making a show come to life? Lights make it happen! As a lighting engineer, you operate a lighting board that controls all of the visuals on a stage. You also rig and hang lights, move equipment and design the arrangements; you create ambiance, movement, emotion, and excitement. And this is just the beginning.
If you enjoy being in front of the screen but don’t necessarily need a large audience, this could be the job for you. As a broadcast presenter, you’ll be able to gain knowledge about a specific program, practice animation and public speaker, and interaction with the general public. You’ll also be able to meet a variety of people as you make your way through the entertainment industry and interview/ greet different guests.
As a Dramatherapist you would be able to support and inspire your clients through the use of the arts. Through the use of improvi- sation, creativity, storytelling, script work and so much more, you would be able to en- courage your clients to develop new ways of thinking and interaction. It’s a way of bring- ing people out of their comfort zone and al- lowing them to express themselves fully.
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