Nutkhut is looking for two exceptional performers to take part in a paid two week R&D for our new family show,
The Princess and the Chickpea.
We are looking to develop the show in collaboration with selected performers over two weeks with a sharing at the end.
Audition 20th or 25th July 2017 TBC. Please indicate your availability for both of these dates.
R&D 18th-29th September (inclusive) 2017 TBC All applicants must be available for the full two weeks. We are looking for:
One female dancer / performer
The role will include playing Princesses from around the world as well as other parts that will be developed over the R&D period.
We are seeking people at a high level in:
And a secondary skill in at least one of the disciplines below:
For this role we are looking for a performer at a high level in Kathak dance who is open to working with comedy. The suitable candidate would ideally also have a secondary skill in one of the following disciplines:
We are strongly committed to diversity and encourage submissions from all backgrounds.
To apply please send a CV, headshot and video links of your work with “Princess & the Chickpea Auditions” in the subject line to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications is 5pm Wednesday 12th July 2017
We are only able to reply to shortlisted applicants who will be notified by Friday 14th July. Any questions, please email email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you!
The Emperor’s Lost Gem
The Emperors Lost Gem is Nutkhut’s immersive theatrical experience on the streets of Luton, which dissolves the boundaries between audience and performance.
A magical promenade for schools, families, children and adults along Bury Park’s High Street. This bespoke production includes shadow puppetry, interactive story-telling/poetry, a short traditional Kathak dance workshop and craft workshop
Created by Nutkhut’s co-Artistic Director Simmy Gupta and based on the children’s stories of the Mughal Emperor Akbar (1542 – 1605) and his favourite advisor, Birbal (1528 – 1583).
Akbar and Birbal are travelling through time to find Akbar’s descendant on the streets of Luton!
Birbal was said to be the most wise, witty and intelligent of Akbar’s nine closest and best advisors known as Akbar’s Nine Jewels or Akbar’s Navrattans – the name also given to a piece of jewellery representing the universe.
We are looking for performers to work on a rolling performance schedule in Luton’s Bury Park on 8th & 9th December 2017 with rehearsals from 4th-6th December in London and 7th December in Luton.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with a showreel and biog/CV, head-shots by 22nd November 2017.
All applicants must be available from 4th – 9th December 2017.