Jabuti Theatre requires a technician for Moonbeam on a Cat’s Ear, its new children’s touring production for spring 2016, which is being produced by Vision Mechanics. Must be able to drive, operate a mixing desk and lighting board, as well as assist with set up and strikes. Ability to work well as part of a small team essential. Required for 3 weeks of rehearsals plus Scottish tour, starting 29 Feb 2016 (exact date tbc). If you are interested please send CV and a short covering email to email@example.com. Closing date 21 November 2015 at 4pm. Read more about Jabuti at www.jabutitheatre.com
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In preparation for the DragonQuest event at Monikie Country Park next month, Vision Mechanics’ artists have been working with over 100 participants from local schools and young people’s groups to make Dragon Scarers.
These large, colourful sculptures will be placed in and around Monikie to prevent the Dragon from coming along and causing any accidental damage to local spaces.
Today children from P6 and P7 Monikie Primary School, were putting the final touches to their Dragon Scarer before it’s assembled.
The Dragon Scarers Project workshop programme has been made possible through the generous support of The Gannochy Trust, Cashback for Communities Arts Fund and Creative Scotland.
Our AR app for DragonQuest is now available to download for Apple, Android and Kindle Fire.
The app is called SneakAPeek AR
To download it
Apple users go to https://goo.gl/1ODbi7
Android users go to https://goo.gl/imlsgj
Kindle Fire users go to http://goo.gl/mWiJAf
Once downloaded you can try out SneakAPeek AR app on our sample Magic Rune Marker page http://goo.gl/feR54Y
Please try it out even if you haven’t got your ticket yet for DragonQuest.
For those going to DragonQuest we recommend downloading and testing out the app in advance of the event so you are all set to explore the amazing creatures hiding in the woods at Monikie Country Park.
In case of any queries please go to our App support page http://goo.gl/w2JmjR and we will try to help.
Did you manage to see Drift this summer? A vital part of our critically acclaimed production was its soundtrack – a mesmerising mingling of soundscape, dialogue and song that immerses the listener in Betty Mouat’s incredible journey and gives an insight into her fascinating character.
In response to a large number of audience requests we have set up a campaign to raise money to release it as an audio-CD. Whether you were able to visit the show or not, we hope that you will soon be able to enjoy the unique experience of Drift in the comfort of your own home (or on a windswept beach of your choice!).
The music was composed by Eddie McGuire; libretto by Judith Adams; vocals by Gerda Stevenson; sound design by Nik Paget-Tomlinson and Niroshini Thambar. Just follow the link for more information and to pre-order the CD today