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    BRRR! 5 Tips for Surviving Live Event Work in Winter Conditions

BRRR! 5 Tips for Surviving Live Event Work in Winter Conditions

It’s that time of year where you might find yourself saying yes to a call, and then thinking…. “Yikes, it’s going to be cold out there.”  One of the joys of our industry is that it doesn’t stop.  There is work to be had all year round, but that also means that you may find yourself outside working in 10 degree weather.  Here are a few tips for prepping for winter time work and […]

By |January 5th, 2016|Event Safety, All, White Papers|Comments Off on BRRR! 5 Tips for Surviving Live Event Work in Winter Conditions

Making History; Tuning in to Theatre

Thursday the 10th was an exciting day for the theatre community.  The musical Daddy Long Legs became the first show, on or Off-Broadway, to ever live stream a full performance, free of charge on any computer or mobile device.  The announcement of this event sparked the interest of people across the industry, bringing up the exciting yet scary question about the potential of digital media for our industry.

Does the digital experience eliminate “the […]

By |December 22nd, 2015|All, White Papers|Comments Off on Making History; Tuning in to Theatre

GETTING PAID: 3 Steps to Completing Employee Paperwork

Written by Bridin Clements

For new technicians, moving to the city can sometimes be overwhelming. So many sights, so much constant motion. The good thing is that it also means a lot of work is to be had!  Shows, elaborate parties, corporate meetings, galas.  At Tinc, we work across all of these event types. Translation? We hire a lot of technicians. Lots of hiring means a lot of onboarding. The techs we hire don’t always have the […]

By |November 19th, 2015|All, White Papers, Training|1 Comment
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    Who Gets Production Credit in the Theatre (And Why It Matters)

Who Gets Production Credit in the Theatre (And Why It Matters)

Written by Bridin Clements

We have been following the recent news about the New York Times’ decision to omit the list of designer credits from theatrical reviews. Last month Local USA 829 asked members of its union to protest the decision, and last week 80 influential playwrights wrote to the paper, urging them to restore the credits. In its sample letter, the union emphasizes the importance of the credits box to “theatre-goers and professionals alike.” By removing these credits, the […]

By |November 6th, 2015|All, White Papers|1 Comment

Production Management Intensive Recap

In June, Tinc and Propared co-hosted a week-long production management intensive; a course designed for managers transitioning from the academic setting into the professional world. We received a pile of resume submissions for the intensive, and were thrilled to have such a talented group of young managers attend. This also coincided with Tinc’s Annual Summer Production Management Internship. Jess Bergson (Stage Management student at Carnegie Mellon School of Drama) was a participant in the […]

By |October 6th, 2015|All, Our Projects, Training|Comments Off on Production Management Intensive Recap

Summer Production Management Intensive

Tinc Productions and Propared are hosting a week long Management Intensive this summer. The curriculum is designed to offer skills and experience for managers in the arts transitioning from an academic setting into the professional world.
The week’s goals are to:

Explore the landscape of live events, including the opportunities available to managers, and the variable production processes and job roles across a variety of live event types.
Explore the definition and foundational principles of management and […]

By |April 22nd, 2015|Training|Comments Off on Summer Production Management Intensive

Job Posting: Summer Production Management Internship 2015

Tinc Productions is seeking a Production Management Intern for the 2015 New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF).
Internship Dates:  June 15, 2015 – July 31, 2015.  
Stipend:  $2,000
Application Deadline March 15
Tinc Productions’ Internship Program provides a training ground for early career professionals to bridge the gap between education and the professional world.

Interns will work alongside Tinc’s industry leaders in a period of intensive education, work experience and networking in the Production Management, Project Management, and […]

By |January 23rd, 2015|All|Comments Off on Job Posting: Summer Production Management Internship 2015

Job Posting: NYMF 2015 Technical & Mgmt Positions

The New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) and Tinc Productions are seeking applicants for a variety of production staff and management positions for the 2015 New York Musical Theatre Festival.

NYMF is the largest annual musical theater event in the world and brings together the best of the new and up-and-coming directors, writers, librettists and performers to give life to 30 new musicals and many related special events. The festival takes place over 3 weeks […]

By |January 23rd, 2015|All|Comments Off on Job Posting: NYMF 2015 Technical & Mgmt Positions

Stanley Cup at Madison Square Gardens

Tinc has been all over 31-33rd streets since the New York Rangers made it to the Stanley Cup finals.

In partnership with Barbizon Lighting, Arc3 Design and 4Wall Entertainment, Tinc ‘s Crew: Production Electrician – Sarah Arnold, Assistant Production Electricians – Adrian Kozlow, Mark Krasnov, Val Migoulia and Electricians – Tim Bornt and Nathan McKinney made sure that throughout the torrential NY rainstorms Madison Square Gardens shows their NY Ranger’s pride throughout the finals.

It required […]

By |June 16th, 2014|Our Projects|Comments Off on Stanley Cup at Madison Square Gardens

Tinc Lights Streb at Unveiling of Bergdorf Goodman Holiday Windows

Featuring the dancers from Streb – www.streb.org

Lighting Design – Jeff Harris

 

By |December 10th, 2013|Our Projects|Comments Off on Tinc Lights Streb at Unveiling of Bergdorf Goodman Holiday Windows