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Seeking Theatrical/Event Production Managers

Tinc Productions, a Production Management company is seeking professional, experienced theatrical production managers for commercial productions in New York City.
Here’s who we’re looking for:
You’re the type of person who thrives on taking care of things the right way, the first time.  You don’t leave anything to chance and you understand that you are responsible for the manner in which full productions are executed; start to finish.
You lead by example.  You approach challenges […]

By |February 8th, 2016|All|Comments Off on Seeking Theatrical/Event Production Managers

Summer Opportunities at Tinc

Tinc Productions has a number of opportunities this summer for theatrical managers and technicians in NYC.
NYMF Production Staff Positions
(no longer accepting applications)
For the sixth year in a row, Tinc will provide production management services for the New York Musical Festival, the largest annual musical theatre festival in America.  We’re looking to hire up to 10 Associate Production Managers, Audio Technicians, Lighting Technicians, and Audio Engineers for the month of July. With their help, we will produce […]

By |February 8th, 2016|All, Training|Comments Off on Summer Opportunities at Tinc

From Stage to Screen; Tuning in to Theatre

Written by Bridin Clements

Over the last three years, the theatre community and the TV and Film communities have been exploring ways to merge these art forms.  We’ve watched it happen.  We saw the widespread excitement for one of the first live telecast musicals, NBC’s The Sound of Music Live! in 2013. We watched and critiqued Peter Pan Live! and The Wiz Live!, hopeful that with each television special would discover new ways of sharing […]

By |February 5th, 2016|All, White Papers|Comments Off on From Stage to Screen; Tuning in to Theatre

Fashion Week 101: An Introduction to Fashion Week

As we near the end of January, New York begins preparing for a bi-annual event that turns the live event industry on its head: Fashion Week. As a freelance technician or designer you’ve probably heard a little about this mystical time of year and the riches that it potentially affords. Let’s take a look at some of the basics of working as a freelance technician during Fashion Week and what to expect.

Fashion Week […]

By |January 29th, 2016|Event Safety, All, White Papers|Comments Off on Fashion Week 101: An Introduction to Fashion Week

Job Posting: NYMF 2016 Technical & Mgmt Positions

The New York Musical Festival (NYMF) and Tinc Productions are seeking applicants for several technical positions in this year’s festival.

NYMF is the largest annual musical theatre festival in America. Each summer the Festival presents productions, concerts, readings and special events in the heart of New York City’s Theatre District. Approximately 50 different events are presented for a total of around 200 performances over the course of 3 weeks in July. […]

By |January 29th, 2016|All|Comments Off on Job Posting: NYMF 2016 Technical & Mgmt Positions

Breaking Down the Barriers to Broadway

Written by Bridin Clements

Last week we attended a talk on How To Make Broadway More Accessible, hosted by The Broadway League and the producers of Spring Awakening.  It featured a great line-up of representatives from groups working with disability, particularly with disability and the performing arts: TDF (Theatre Development Fund), the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities, Autism Speaks, Deaf West Theatre, Art Beyond Sight, The Broadway League and the Special Olympics.

The conversation was […]

By |January 22nd, 2016|All, White Papers|Comments Off on Breaking Down the Barriers to Broadway
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    So You Want To Do A Festival? 6 Tips for Working on Festival Production Teams

So You Want To Do A Festival? 6 Tips for Working on Festival Production Teams

There are theatrical festivals in NYC pretty much year round, but, recently January has popped up as the new popular festival month. This month, the city is now home to not one performing arts festival (APAP, the Association of Performing Arts Presenters holds their annual global performing arts conference here), but rather 6+. Artists, managers, agents, producers, curators, spend these weeks roaming the city going to the theatre, arts centers, warehouses, dance studios, museums, […]

By |January 13th, 2016|All, White Papers|Comments Off on So You Want To Do A Festival? 6 Tips for Working on Festival Production Teams
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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
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    Playing with Fire: 3 Considerations for Special Effects in Live Events

Playing with Fire: 3 Considerations for Special Effects in Live Events

The entire month of December, Tinc is partnering with Propared to present a series of of blogs focused on event safety.
 

Earlier this month I had the honor of attending the annual summit of the Event Safety Alliance. We heard a presentation given by Bob Ross, Doug Adams, and Fiona Thain from Pyrotek about some of the serious considerations that need to be taken into account when deciding whether or not to use special effects in your show. […]

By |December 16th, 2015|Event Safety, All, White Papers|Comments Off on Playing with Fire: 3 Considerations for Special Effects in Live Events