Apply to direct a production at CDC Theatre, the oldest, continuously producing community theatre in New Jersey. Our mission as a 501©3 non-profit organization is to offer family- friendly, live theatre to the community and to encourage the development and enjoyment of theatre arts. We will consider directors within a broad range of experience and are looking for people who will bring their enthusiasm to our theatre and the community. Our season runs from September through June during which we typically program two musicals, a play and a children’s production. Directors interested in working with us are asked to submit no more than three shows for our Program Committee to consider, along with a synopsis of each show. Please fill out the forms below. We also ask that you include your resume, a brief statement of your interest in the shows and why you chose to submit to CDC Theatre. The deadline for submissions is September 1. Directors who have submitted a project that is of interest to CDC Theatre will be contacted via e-mail on or about October 1 so that we might schedule an interview. While all completed submissions will be given the same consideration, CDC Theatre reserves the right to choose projects and directors that the committee feels will fit with the theatre’s mission and benefit the theatre. Materials may be submitted electronically, along with any questions, to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to: CDC Theatre P.O. Box 511 Cranford, NJ, 07016 Attn.:Program Committee
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