WANTED! – Producer/Partner in Crime

It’s full steam ahead over here at Tucker HQ.  Preparations for my next show ‘Super Situation‘ are well underway and I’m now looking for a Producer to help me sort all the stuff out that needs to be sorted out aside from writing the show – which I really ought to be getting on with – aaaarrgggh!

I’ve just posted an ad to www.artsjobs.org.uk which should be up in the next day or so all being well.  Here it is in all its glory:

Job – Producer/Partner in Crime
London, profit share, part-time, starting ASAP!

I’m a London based Actress who’s been writing her own work for several years.  I now want to step this up a gear and am well aware I can’t do this all by myself…

I’m currently writing a one-woman visual comedy show to be performed at the Bongo Club during this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.  I’m looking for someone to help me with:

• securing more funding/sponsorship
• liaising with the people I’ve got lined up to help me with Press, Marketing, Directing, Design etc.
• putting together a venue pack for organising tour dates
• researching possible venues
• publicity during the Fringe
• flyering and promotion

The show will be great fun to work on and I will provide free accommodation in a very central location for the entire Festival.

You’ll need:

• a good sense of humour
• good people skills
• a willingness to get stuck in
• experience of working at the Fringe
• a drive to make this work

I need someone who can be as excited about this project as I am and help me take it as far as it can go.  I also need you on board asap so that I can get on with writing the show!

Ultimately I’m looking for someone to work with me long term so the role would suit someone interested in getting involved in/developing a small scale Theatre Company.  Otherwise it’s simply a great opportunity to gain more experience.

More details about me and my stuff can be found here: www.loistucker.net

If you think working with me on this project would be of interest to you – please email me, detailing your previous experience and why this ridiculous venture is for you, and we can arrange to meet up over some kind of beverage and edible thing.

Hopefully the right person will pop up very soon and the next phase of world domination shall begin.

Apart from lots of show preparation gubbins, I managed to sneak in a little Lois of the Lane gig at the end of March at Bar Kick.  I really am totally snowed under with stuff at the moment so that might be the last one for a while.  (I am of course a sucker for punishment and this is probably all lies.)