STILETTO Entertainment is auditioning performers for our fabulous shows that take place on-board Holland America Line's luxury vessels with worldwide itineraries. Each of our main stage productions features a male and female singer couple leading the energetic cast of up to six female dancers and up to four male dancers in addition to a male and female singer/dancer couple, through several evenings of thrilling passenger entertainment offered during exotic cruises from 7 days to 180 day grand voyages. Casting Directors James Nadeau & Jodie Stinebaugh offer four to eight month contracts at sea.All performers must be at least 21 years old to apply and all must meet the height and physical requirements at the time of the audition. No Union jurisdiction covering cruise lines. Union and Non Union may apply.
Officer status on board. Competitive salary, medical benefits, cruise discounts, travel, lodging and worldwide itineraries on and four to eight month contracts provided. (Casting is ongoing)
Celebrate payday with an outing to the food trucks with your colleagues! Come splurge on four-wheeled goodness while chatting with likeminded foodie friends. No RSVP required. If you have questions, email email@example.com.
Meet us at the Boylston entrance to the Prudential Center, and we'll head to a food truck for lunch together.
Meet us at the first dock east of the Mass. Ave. Bridge, Boston Side, Charles River, for a brown bag picnic. All staff and faculty are welcome.
Grab your lunch and head down to the river to enjoy the sun and meet a few new faces! In case of rain or sub-60 degree weather, we'll meet in the Prudential Atrium instead. No RSVP required. Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join the BWC for an informative discussion about the Counseling and Advising Center and the Reach Out Program Initiative.
Karen Grimes, director of counseling and advising, and Leah Driscoll, coordinator of program services, will share with us their professional backgrounds and the inner workings of their department. The Counseling and Advising Center helps our students with academic advising, international student advising, and personal counseling and disability services. The Reach Out Program’s mission is to provide our students with education, outreach, and resources surrounding alcohol and other drug use and abuse, sexual assault, domestic violence, and mental health awareness.
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Join the Community Building Committee for Happy Hour on Wednesday, June 4! All staff and faculty members are welcome, so invite your colleagues and join us at the Mass. Ave. Tavern. The Community Building Committee will be hosting this event, but attendees will purchase their own food and drinks.
If you can't make it for this event, stay tuned for more information about upcoming summer events, including food truck outings, summer outdoor concerts, employee brown-bag picnics, and more. Find upcoming events and more information on the Community Building Committee page.
SuperstarK, a singing contest televised in Korea, is holding auditions in Boston for its sixth season. Berklee is proud to co-host SuperstarK auditions with CJ E&M Music at our Fordham Road facility in Allston this year. Bring your vocal talent and stagecraft and show the judges what you can do. No application is required and musicians of all ages are invited for the live audition as a solo vocalist or as a group. For more information, contact email@example.com.
All members of the Berklee community are invited to this drum massage event. Hosted by professor Steve Wilkes, and students from the Music Therapy Department, you will have the opportunity to be massaged in an exquisite aural bath of low frequencies and quiet repetitive rhythms. It might just be one of the most relaxing experiences you have ever encountered!
Please arrive by the 7:30 p.m. start time and have all cellphones and electronics completely turned off. Bring your own yoga mat, if you wish. Loose, comfortable clothing is recommended.
FUSION magazine's annual event will spotlight Scottish music and tradition and will feature Hanneke Cassel '00, Christopher Lewis '00, Jenna Moynihan '13, Mairi Chaimbeul, Mark Simos, Fresh Haggis, and more.
Don Gorder, Chair of Music Business/Management, interviews John Clayton during this music-industry-focused session. This clinic is designed for John to share his experiences as a performer and businessman over a lengthy and impressive career.
Common Space is an event for people and about people. It is a place where any and all can come together to enjoy music, art, and poetry. It is designed to give local upcoming artists a platform to perform their craft and to give the local community a space to come together to enjoy these performances and connect with people they may not normally meet. Typically we find that when people share a common space, community building begins to happen. We want to encourage community building and offer this free event to all.