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Role Details
​Seeking to grow a production team in the area of live events in multiple locations.
Business Line: Live on Stage
Production Type:  Concerts | Comedy Shows |  Musical/Stage Plays
Position: Freelance 
Project Hire: Production Specific
Location(s): Los Angeles, CA | Washington, D.C. | Atlanta, GA

We are seeking someone who is proactive, a self-starter and has a proven track record of delivering results. The Producer participates in all production meetings, while working closely with the show's Executive Producer to reach production goals. 

Legendary Studio Shows is in the midst of an exciting transformation initiative expanding from Washington, D.C. to Los Angeles, CA and the team is actively seeking someone that is:

  • An accomplished professional who possesses the passion, experience, skills and abilities to help drive this transformation as we venture into new markets.

  • Well versed in the the understanding of cost estimation, planning, event production, market research and pricing.

  • In an depth understanding of product marketing and sales, while targeting specific demographics.

  • Comfortable with leading a production crew to ensure project goals are obtained.

  • Able to meet deadlines and is able to quickly shift-focus according to production changes.\

  • Experienced with identifying and managing sub-contractors.


 The Co-Show Producer must be able to:

  • Conduct outreach for entertainers on live concert and comedy show productions within a 50 to 75-mile radius of the producing city

  • Provide support for Casting Calls for live on-stage musicals and stage plays

  • Research demographics and create a development plan to include a road map, measuring project goals from start to show execution

  • Clearly communicated requirements with Executive Show producer to have contracts developed

  • Create box office projections using Legendary Studio Show Basis of Estimate (BoE)

  • Leverage production budgets while staying within or below budget.

  • Work closely with the Show Manager(s) over all projects, while providing regular updates as he/she works directly with artist(s) and management

  • Manage a small team of 2-3 employees to effectively market and advertise to direct consumers

  • Have excellent communication and presentation skills with technical, non-technical, and executive audiences

  • Have/develop an understanding of theatre technical terms

  • Attend regular meetings with the Washington, D.C. team to provide updates, project schedules and development progress

  • Ability to plan, organize and proctor efficient meetings through preparation and stakeholder subscription and possess an innate ability to guide a group towards agreed upon objectives

  • Be able to operate day-of live shows alongside Executive Producers and project team

  • Ability to bridge communication and provide clear and concise status updates with a diverse set of technical and non-technical stakeholders

  • Own tracking and resolution of team blockers and issues.

  • Provide solutions to problems

  • Forecast sales goals and scenarios

  • Innate capability to create order out of chaos.  Proven problem-solving skills. Ability to think out of the box and generate creative solutions.

  • Desire to work in fast-paced, fluid environment. Capable of reacting instantly to changes in a competitive business environment.

  • Bachelor's Degree in Business, Communications or related field

  • 3+ Years Sales Experience

  • 6+ Years Industry Experience

Basic Qualifications
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