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HEDGEPIG ENSEMBLE THEATRE INC

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**COVID19 UPDATE: We are slowly coming back to in-person meetings and programming for fully vaccinated folks at this time.**

Hedgepig Ensemble is a theater company and activist organization that tells joyous stories.
We reimagine the classics, creating a legacy of storytelling with gender equity at its core. We work to elevate the voices of women, honor the legacies of women playwrights from history, and produce incredible shows.
We are dedicated to anti-racism in our work. And we taking our work onto a national platform.

Our flagship project is Expand the Canon (www.expandthecanon.com). Please check it out!

Hedgepig Ensemble Theatre, an award-winning non-profit theater company in Brooklyn, seeks dynamic, diverse, and driven theater lovers to join the Board of Directors as we implement a strategic plan that scales our work for greater impact. We seek volunteers from a variety of professions to help steward Hedgepig into its next stage of growth. Founded in 2012, we have a strong team of artists and a wonderful Board. We are looking for members with new perspectives and skills to help take us to the next level.

We especially seek women, people of color, and Brooklyn residents to join our Board. Additionally, we especially seek candidates with experience and interest in any of the following: grass root marketing, fundraising, digital marketing, Google analytics, gala planning, silent auction planning, Corporate Training, Accounting, and partnership building.

You are a great fit if you are passionate about theatre, the classics, gender equity & want to use your skills and network to build resources that will contribute to the growth and impact of our work.

Board members meet formally 5 times per year, serve on a committee that meets monthly, attend social events, attend productions, and become an integral part of our artistic family. Approximately 5 hours per month.

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About HEDGEPIG ENSEMBLE THEATRE INC

Location:

1196 DECATUR STREET 2, BROOKLYN, NY 11207, US

Mission Statement

Founded in 2012, Hedgepig Ensemble Theatre is an award-winning nonprofit theatre company in Brooklyn. We elevate the voices of all women by reimagining the classics. By investing in the growth of our artists, we nurture an inclusive and collaborative community that creates artistically excellent work.

Description

Hedgepig ensemble produces 1-2 mainstage productions and a series of theatrical events and readings throughout the year. In 2020, we are embarking upon a strategic plan that will transform the company into a voice of national importance through our Expand the Canon program. We are also rolling out a public speaking program to bring the skills of classical theatre to a professional environment. All of this surrounded by the excellent productions of plays for which we are known. All of our programming is designed welcome our audience into our artistic family.

We have a 15-member professional acting ensemble that has been playing, training, and acting together for many years. These talented artists anchor our productions. When audience members return to see multiple shows, they start to note familiar faces and are brought more deeply into our work.

Whether speedy Shakespeare plays with wine pairings, championing lesser known classical plays by female writers, or boozy brunch benefits spark your interest, we've got it all!

Advocacy & Human Rights
Arts & Culture
Women

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

137 South Oxford StreetBrooklyn, NY 11217

SKILLS

  • Accounting
  • Arts Administration
  • Business Development
  • Career Counseling / Coaching
  • Fundraising
  • Networking

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 28
  • Orientation or Training
  • 5 meetings per year plus 5 hours per month.
  • There is a reasonable fundraising expectation for all Board members.

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