Assistant Professor, DRAMA-Acting

Job #2518

Job Type Full Time
Location Syracuse, NY, New York
Field Education
Post Date Nov 15, 2021
Salary $64,000 commensurate with experience

The Syracuse University Department of Drama seeks to hire a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Movement for its Acting Program.
Primary expertise should include a variety of movement techniques applicable to acting and performance. Areas of expertise could include any of the following: Mask, Clown, Commedia, Circus/Acrobatics, Body Conditioning/Training, Tai Chi or other Martial Arts Forms, and Contact Improvisation. Fight Choreography and Intimacy Direction are highly desirable. The department seeks candidates whose personal and professional experience, teaching, and creative activity contribute to the advancement of equity, diversity, and cultural wealth. Successful candidates will enhance the department’s capacity both to honor and to cultivate the contributions of those communities that have historically been under-represented or underserved in theater training and/or the theatrical profession. The Department offers conservatory-style training and an unparalleled level of integration with a professional theater: Syracuse Stage, the leading professional theater company of central New York. This position begins in Fall 2022. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled: however, candidates who apply by December 15, 2021, will be given priority consideration. For further information and full job description, visit, or contact Professor Celia Madeoy , Search Committee Chair.

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