We're Hiring for VAULT Festival 2022

Updated: Jan 4

The UnDisposables are searching for a passionate and enthusiastic team of people to join them in the creation and delivery of two new feminist shows at VAULT Festival 2022: Save the Princess, and SELF HATE / What Would Lizzo Do?


Full information about each role can be found in the Job Spec & Info Sheets listed below.


Applications are all submitted via a Google form and we accept either written or video format.


We are actively encouraging female identifying artists & artists from the global majority for these roles


Producer


Stage Manager


Assistant Director


Technical Manager


DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR ALL ROLES IS 12pm MONDAY 10TH JANUARY 2022




About the Project

Female-Led theatre collective, The UnDisposables, are bringing two productions to VAULT Festival in March 2022.


Save the Princess, 1st - 6th March 2022

‘Save the Princess’ is an exciting, interactive one-woman show in which our heroine’s fate will literally be in your hands. Using bespoke video game-style controllers, you’ll make choices that will determine the direction of Princess Plum’s journey and uncover secrets across the video game multiverse. But with six possible endings to discover, will you be able to save Princess Plum from the submissive role she’s been trapped in since the dawn of time?


Drawing inspiration from iconic video game franchises such as Mario, The Last of Us, Final Fantasy, Red Dead Redemption, Animal Crossing and many more, ‘Save The Princess’ explores the sometimes comic, sometimes dark story of what happens when video game worlds collide.


Tickets & Info



SELF HATE / What Would Lizzo Do, 4th, 11th & 18th March 2022

In a world obsessed with making women smaller in every way, we ask ‘what would Lizzo do?’ But is the world ready for radical self-love? And are you?


This verbatim piece of gig theatre explores the vulnerable lows and euphoric highs of our history with marginalised bodies. We invite you to turn previous self-hate into radical self-love, whilst exploring our relationship to bodies in terms of our gender, race, sexuality and disability. Peppered with references to Lizzo’s music and full of joyous dance, singing and lipsyc, this is not a show about body positivity. This is about being worshipped. By our society, by our lovers, by ourselves.


Tickets & Info




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